Oregon Law Center/Legal Aid


Oregon Law Center (OLC) provides free civil legal services to low-income individuals to assure fairness on matters related to critical needs like food, shelter, medical care, income and physical safety.

Administrative Law

- information, advice and representation on a number of administrative law issues that are important for low income clients including health care, unemployment insurance, food stamps, the Jobs program, public benefits, Social Security and child support

Employment Law

- information, advice and representation on a number of employment law issues that are important for low income clients including wage claims, discrimination claims, family leave, working conditions and safety

Family Law

- information, advice and representation on a number of family law issues that are important for low income families, with the highest priority for matters involving domestic violence

Farmworker Law

- information, advice, and representation on a number of issues that are important to farmworkers, including wage claims, working conditions, housing and health care

Housing Law

- information, advice and representation on a number of housing law issues that are important for low income people including Fair Housing, government subsidized housing, landlord-tenant law and issues related to homelessness

Indigenous Project

- provides services to clients who speak indigenous languages from Mexico and Guatamala, including Mixteco, Zapoteco, Triqui, Kanjobal and other languages.

Hillsboro Regional Office
230 NE 2nd Avenue, Suite F
Hillsboro, OR 97124

503-640-4115

http://oregonlawcenter.org/how-to-get-help/olc-offices/hillsboro/