101 East Second Street, Pembroke, NC 28372
[Mailing address: P.O. Box 939, Pembroke, NC 28372]
TO REQUEST LEGAL HELP, CALL: 1-866-219-5262 -
The staff of Legal Aid of North Carolina - Pembroke Office provides legal assistance
in civil matters (non-criminal matters) to eligible, low-income clients
who have problems with their basic needs and live in the three-county
area surrounding Pembroke, NC:
Robeson County or
Community Economic Development cases (cases where
groups who cannot afford a private attorney seek legal assistance
with their charitable or educational activities) will be
individually reviewed and accepted, if possible.
Indian Law Unit
A specialized Indian Law
Unit operates out of the Pembroke Office. The Indian Law Unit was
established in 1980 to address the unique legal needs of non-federally
recognized Indian tribes in North Carolina.
Pro bono Options
PAI Coordinator in the LANC-Pembroke Office.]
Legal Aid of North Carolina (LANC) actively recruits, trains, mentors, and co-counsels with
volunteer (pro bono) attorneys to help them handle the many complex
and changing legal issues unique to the practice of civil poverty law.
PAI ("Private Attorney Involvement") Program helps to ensure access
to justice for low-income families and further leverages the dollars
that are invested in LANC. Typically, pro bono attorneys are needed
either for their special expertise and/or to help us with our large
To volunteer pro bono service in the counties served by
Office, contact our
PAI ("Private Attorney Involvement") coordinator.
Local Advisory Council
The Local Advisory Council is comprised of volunteers who live in
the communities served by the Pembroke Office and who are dedicated
to ensuring equal access to justice.
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to an attorney regarding your particular situation.
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.