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Utah Legal Services

  • Utah Legal Services (ULS) can only provide legal help to those who qualify in non-criminal cases.  Generally, we can answer questions, give advice, prepare legal documents, and represent clients in court and before administrative agencies. We cannot assist you in any criminal matter (including traffic violations).  For more information regarding services offered related to Bankruptcy click here.

Debtor’s Counseling Clinic, Sponsored by S.J. Quinney College of Law, Utah Legal Services, and the Utah State Bar

  • The purpose Free Brief Advice Legal Clinics is to provide brief one-on-one instruction & assistance to low-income Utahns who cannot afford legal representation. Legal volunteers cannot file for you or appear in court on your behalf. The Free Brief Advice Legal Clinics are open to any low-income Utahns on a first-come first-serve basis. Please be aware we do not make appointments. All Free Brief Advice Legal Clinics are staffed by volunteer law students and volunteer on-site supervising attorneys.  Please plan to arrive at least 30 minutes before the closing time at each clinic or you will not be seen and will have to attend the next clinic.
    • When: 2nd Tuesday of each month (excluding holidays)
    • Time:  5 p.m. – 7 p.m.
    • Location:  Horizonte School, 1234 South Main St., SLC, UT

Utah State Bar "Young Lawyers Division Tuesday Night Bar"

  • Tuesday Night Bar is held every Tuesday from 5 to 7 p.m.  There are no financial or age qualifications, and you can discuss any topic.  Appointments are required and can only be made from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. on the Monday eight days in advance.
    • Location:  Utah State Bar, 645 S. 200 E., SLC, UT 84111
    • Phone:  801-297-7037

Utah Legal Clinics and Resources

  • For more information on free legal clinics throughout Utah, click here.

Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure

Federal/State Court Information

Noticing and Approved Notice Providers