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As the coronavirus crisis continues, the legal needs and resources of our community are evolving in response to the ongoing effects of the crisis. On our clinic evenings, local attorneys will continue to provide information about legal issues through phone appointments (which can be scheduled by filling out this form, emailing [email protected], or calling 434-982-2361). Additionally, there are many other community resources for dealing with legal issues related to COVID-19, which are listed by category below.



Family Law and Domestic Violence:


Public Health and Health Insurance:


These resources were drawn from the Virginia Poverty Law Center’s resource page, Virginia Legal Aid’s resource sheet, the Legal Aid Justice Center’s resource site, the Central Virginia Legal Aid Society’s resource sheet, and Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP Pro Bono COVID-19 Resources, among others. These organizations are also valuable sources of aid that community members should consider reaching out to.

Neither the University nor the Office of the University Counsel provides any legal advice or counsel at the Women's Center Legal Clinic. The local Charlottesville attorneys and other attorneys who may volunteer to participate in the legal clinic are not employees or agents of the University and are not acting on behalf of the University.