Help for Families

St. Andrew Legal Clinic works to meet the legal needs of low and moderate income people with family law concerns. Our sliding scale fees are based on income, family size, and ability to pay. SALC is committed to ensure children are offered the chance to reach their full potential by protecting the rights of families.

Help for Non-profits

Legal services provided by The Community Development Law Center are now being provided by the Small Business Legal Clinic (SBLC) at Lewis
and Clark Law School.

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Your donations help real people, here in Oregon. Regardless of emotional or financial limitations, all SALC clients receive quality representation. Quality legal help, means more children grow up in safer homes; parents enjoy increased financial stability; and incidents of domestic abuse may be reduced.

Upcoming Events

Thank you for helping to make the ninth annual TASTE FOR JUSTICE SUCCESSFUL!

We beat our fundraising goal this year with your generous support and had a...

Thu, 10/30/2014 - 5:00pm
Thank you for your participation in the Race for Justice!
More than 500 participants helped us raised more than $125,000 to support the mission of St. Andrew Legal...
Sat, 06/14/2014 - 9:00am

Our Commitment

Locations

We have two family law office locations in the Greater Portland Metro-Area serving low-income clients in Multnomah, Washington, Clackamas, Columbia and Yamhill counties. Visit our locations page to see office details, including address, contact information, and hours.

About St. Andrew Legal Clinic

We are a community-based, charitable organization that purposefully acts with compassion and spiritual motivations to help people in need.

SALC helps bridge the gap for families who do not qualify for Legal Aid and can not afford to hire a private attorney. As a result of the legal representation that SALC provides, families have increased financial security, stay off of welfare and are overall more productive members of our society. And more children also grow up in positive and safe environments as a result of SALC's intervention.