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Official Resources

  • New Jersey Courts Self-Help Resource Center
    Includes information on representing yourself in court, contact information, forms, brochures, and kits. (via New Jersey Judiciary)
  • New Jersey Ombudsman Program
    An ombudsman is an impartial staff person who answers questions and addresses concerns on behalf of the public and is responsible for enhancing customer service in the courts. The New Jersey Courts ombudsman can answer questions about the working of the courts system, deadlines, and requirements for court procedures. (via New Jersey Judiciary)

Law Library Resources

The Law Library is open to the public and members of the bar as an information resource.  Our librarians are happy to help you with legal research, but are not able to provide legal representation, advise you about your legal matter, or fill out forms. 

Please see our guide on Legal Research Resources for the Public to find books and resources for non-lawyers and pro se litigants.

Finding an Attorney

The right legal representation can make a tremendous impact on the resolution of your matter.  Here are some local resources for finding an attorney:

  • Camden County Bar Association - Lawyer Referral Service
    Offers free referral to local private attorneys practicing in your area of need. The attorney may charge up to $30 for the first half-hour of consultation.
  • South Jersey Legal Services
    A non-profit organization providing legal representation and advocacy for low-income individuals.
    Intake: 1-800-496-4570

    745 Market Street
    Camden, NJ 08102
  • Camden Center for Law & Social Justice
    In collaboration with the Diocese of Camden, the CCLSJ provides legal services to low-income southern New Jersey residents. Special focus on immigration and family law matters.

    North Camden Office
    509 State St. Camden, NJ 08102
    Phone: 856-966-8896

    Immigration Services Office
    126 N Broadway, 2nd Flr,
    Camden, NJ 08103
    Phone: 856-583-2950
  • Office of the Public Defender
    The OPD represents adult and juvenile clients who are charged with criminal and juvenile offenses in New Jersey state courts when the court determines that they cannot afford to hire private lawyers.

    101 Haddon Avenue, Suite 8
    Camden, NJ 08103

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