LANC-Boone Office - Closed 9/30/2011

171 Grand Boulevard, Boone, NC 28607    MAP

TO REQUEST LEGAL HELP, CALL: 1-866-219-5262 (toll free)

Residents of Alleghany, Ashe and Wilkes counties are now served by the Winston-Salem Office. 

Residents of Avery, Mitchell, Watauga and Yancey counties are now served by the Morganton Office.


In the News

"Legal Aid to Close Boone Office"
   (August 8, 2011 Article, Go Blue Ridge)
Legal Aid of North Carolina  Legal Aid of NC to close offices, reduce staff and services,
  affecting thousands in NC
(August 5, 2011 Media Release)

Celeste M. Harris, Esq.
  Celeste Harris named Chair of the Board of Directors of
  Legal Aid of NC (June 21, 2011 Media Release)
Legal Aid of NC and UNC School of Law to offer free advance
  directives clinics in:
    - Boone, NC, March 8 (Monday)
    - West Jefferson, March 10 (Wednesday)
    - North Wilkesboro, March 11 (Thursday)
  (February 24, 2010 Media Release, LANC-Boone Office)
Lisa Morgan elected Chair of LANC Board of Directors
(June 30, 2009 Media Release)


In 1976 the North Carolina Bar Association established the Legal Services of North Carolina (LSNC). In 1979, LSNC founded the Legal Services of the Blue Ridge as an independent, legal services program that served low-income clients in the seven-county area surrounding Boone, NC. On January 1, 1999, Legal Services of the Blue Ridge consolidated with 11 other legal services programs in North Carolina and again became a branch office of LSNC. On July 1, 2002, LSNC consolidated with other legal services programs to form "Legal Aid of North Carolina," a legal service program that served all 100 counties in North Carolina. Accordingly, the Legal Services of the Blue Ridge offices was renamed as "Legal Aid of North Carolina - Boone Office" on July 1, 2002.   [also see About Us]


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Mission Statement

Legal Aid of North Carolina is a statewide, nonprofit law firm that provides free legal services in civil matters to low-income people in order to ensure equal access to justice and to remove legal barriers to economic opportunity.


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