Student Legal Aid

Student Legal Aid

Student Legal Aid and other free services are brought to you by Student Government, not the Office of General Counsel.

The main purpose of Legal Aid - as described by Student Government - is to provide free legal advice to students attending the University of South Florida. Legal Aid strives to enhance public awareness by providing legal publications and programs free of charge. The program offers free consultations to students from Tampa Bay area attorneys.

The goal of Legal Aid is to be available to all students by enhancing awareness of the service continuously around campus. With support and dedication to the intentions of the service and to its goals, Legal Aid will increasingly become a resource students will know they have if they ever need it.

Please explore their services. Visit them on the 1st floor of the brand new Marshall Student Center, Student Government Suite 4300 or call them at 813-974-0101. You may also visit their web site.