How to Get Help
For answers to questions about Vermont law and how to solve your legal problem yourself, including Court Forms and information about Vermont Courts and court procedures go to the Vermont Law Help website.
The Vermont Law School in South Royalton has a legal clinic that helps many Vermonters, particularly in Orange and Windsor Counties. Call 1-802-763-7718 or find out more at this website about the South Royalton Legal Clinic
Disability Rights Vermont works to defend and advance the rights of people with disabilities and mental health issues. Call them at 1 800 834-7890 or go to their website.
ACLU of Vermont works to protect the constitutional rights of all Vermonters. Call them at 1 802 223-6304 or go to Vermont ACLU.
The Vermont Attorney General is the chief law enforcement officer in the State. For information go to Vermont Attorney General.
The Consumer Assistance Program is sponsored by the Vermont Attorney General and the University of Vermont. They help people with problems with goods or services they purchased and provide information about consumer rights and responsibilities. Call them at 1 800 649-2424.
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Law Line Executive Director Retires
Thomas F. Garrett, who has served as the executive director of Legal Services Law Line of Vermont (Law Line) since it was formed in 1996, will retire on August 15, 2016.
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