DVAP always needs more volunteers to assist those in need. DVAP has over 30 years of experience recruiting, training and supporting volunteers in their efforts to help low-income people with their legal problems. With over 25% of Dallas County residents living in poverty, DVAP needs as many volunteers as possible to assist those in need.
Attorney volunteers are needed to do the following:
- Interview applicants at legal clinics.
- Provide legal advice to people in need.
- Accept legal cases for full representation.
- Mentor other attorneys on their pro bono cases.
- Volunteer at the DVAP office.
- Make juvenile law presentations to at-risk youth and their parents.
Paralegals, law students, and other volunteers can help by:
- Pre-screening applicants at legal clinics.
- Assisting applicants with completing paperwork at clinics.
- Volunteering at the DVAP office.
For further information about DVAP, see the following video.
*Numbers from 2022.