Why do we need legal services?
St. Louis has one of the nations largest per capita populations of immigrants, refugees, children, and families living below the poverty line. These individuals are more likely to experience legal issues, sometimes through no fault of their own. They frequently lack the resources needed to obtain competent legal counsel and just outcomes.
They frequently lack the resources needed to obtain competent legal counsel and just outcomes. These facts have created a noticeable increase in the need for pro bono or low cost legal services over the past decade in our metropolitan area.
NCLS handles the following types of cases:
- Consumer Fraud
- Landlord/Tenant Issues
- Debt collection actions
- Racial and religious discrimination
- Payday Loans
- Sexual Exploitation
- Minor Criminal Cases
- Driver’s license revocation
Do you need legal services? NCLS does a careful screening process before we decide to take a case.
About the Director
NCLS Board Members
Hal Bush – Professor, St. Louis University
Chairman of the Board
Ted Boldin – Associate Pastor, Metro Christian Worship Center
Eric Bronner – Attorney at Law
Kurt Eisleben – Retired, First Bank
Melissa Elliot – Co-Owner, J-KEM, Inc.
Priscilla Gunn – Attorney at Law
Aaron Henning – Founder, Harambee Youth Training
Eddie Jones – Program Manager Litzsinger Road Ecology Center
Brandi Miller – Attorney at Law
Kathy Woodard – Retired, Covenant Seminary