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Disclaimer: The State Law Library is unable to give legal advice, legal opinions or any interpretation of the law.
Various Texas organizations are committed to ensuring fair and equal access to the court system for all members of the public. The organizations highlighted here provide informational videos, free legal publications, self-help guides, legal information, and legal aid assistance to populations that may be at a disadvantage.
This list is maintained for informational purposes only. An organization's presence in this list does not constitute an endorsement by the State Law Library.
These organizations provide alternative dispute resolution (ADR) or mediation services. These services typically assist individuals with resolving conflicts outside of a courtroom. Mediators can be attorneys or other individuals trained in mediation and dispute resolution tactics. Services are often provided for free or at a low cost. Please view each center's website for cost information.