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law centre

an office, usually staffed by professional volunteers, at which free legal advice and information are provided to the general public.
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Julie Paik, Los Angeles County's family law facilitator, said a new Los Angeles County law center will be ready to help pro-per clients with family law cases by the beginning of March.
Fueled by federal funding, the law center will open with a staff of 25, including two lawyers and 19 paralegals, to explain court protocol and help litigants fill out forms.
LexisNexis unveiled three IP-related law centers providing news and analysis about patent, trademark and copyright law.
The Company's Internet Law Center and Virtual Law Office provide a revenue source to legal aid organizations and bar associations through commissions paid from referrals received.