Legal Services is a student benefit funded by the Student Activity Fee. Legal aid and advice is available to all students who take lecture classes for credit on the main campus. During an eligiblity check, the student's records are reviewed to verify that they pay the mandatory student activity fee at the time of the request. Students who take online-only courses, ABSE, non-credit classes, or courses at satellite campuses, are not eligible for this service.
Legal consultation and advising is provided by:
Access the Law
245 West 13th Avenue
Eugene, Oregon 97401.
Access the Law is a not-for-profit law firm dedicated to serving the needs of students and those of modest means. A team of practicing attorneys are available for a number of hours each week during fall, winter, and spring terms with limited hours available during summer term.
To make an appointment, please contact Access the Law directly.
- Telephone (541) 686-4890
- Visit: Student Legal Services and fill out the contact form for LCC students
- Visit their office at 245 West 13th Avenue, Eugene, Oregon 97401
Appointments must be scheduled in advance. There are no drop-in services. When requesting an appointment, you will need to provide your L-number and state the nature of the legal matter. Their legal secretary will contact the college to verify eligibility. You should bring a copy of your current term schedule to the appointment to verify your continued status as a fee-paying student.
If you have general questions about the service and whether you are eligible, you may contact:
Elizabeth Pratt, Administrative Specialist
Student Life and Leadership Development in Building 1, Room 201
Telephone: (541) 463-5336