Low Income Referral Services

The Board of Professional Responsibility and its Consumer Assistance Program does not refer, recommend, appoint or assign attorneys. We do not give legal advice or represent anyone and have no authority or jurisdiction to give this type of counsel or assistance.

However to assist low-income families and individuals in locating an attorney, a list of Low Income Lawyer Referral Services in Tennessee is provided below. It is best to apply for assistance from the legal services program in your geographic area. To avoid misunderstandings, please remember to obtain a written fee agreement from any attorney you may hire at the first conference.

Another agency with resources for low-income families is the Tennessee Alliance for Legal Services.