TLC has many opportunities for attorneys to volunteer.  

  • In-person clinics across Utah that we sponsor and support which can use your help. Provo’s Family Justice Center is the largest clinic, held every Tuesday from 5pm to 8pm, featuring a wide array of resources for the public. We also have legal clinics from Brigham City to St. George.
  • Our weekly online clinic services Utahns throughout the state. You can join virtually from anywhere, and will be joined by BYU Law students.
  • Taking a case at our virtual document preparation clinic, which entails drafting a set of documents, such as alternate service, temporary orders or an order to show cause, in a domestic case.  
  • Helping negotiate settlements at pretrial calendar. Many attorneys like this option because it is a few hours of negotiation, which often results in a stalled family law case coming to a resolution.  

Each of these opportunities is a short-term commitment, enabling you to give time when you can without the more strenuous obligation of taking on a full pro bono case.  

We provide support through training videos, model forms for drafting, handouts and materials to give clients at clinics, and access to our experienced domestic law staff when questions arise.

You can email Michelle Lesué, the volunteer coordinator at michelletimplegal@gmail.com if you have any questions. 

Former Clients

It's always a great time to give back to your community. Whether you choose to work with kids seniors, or English language learners, it is always a rewarding experience for everyone involved.  

Listed below are organizations that have ongoing opportunities to volunteer.

Utah County Area Provo Serves


Salt Lake Area


Statewide Volunteer Opportunities


UtahFood Bank

UtahRed Cross

Big Brothers/Big Sisters Utah

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This project was supported in part by the Utah Office for Victims of Crime, awarded by the Office for Victims of Crime, U.S. Department of Justice. The  opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication are those of Timpanogos Legal Center and do not necessarily reflect the views of the U.S. Department of Justice or the Utah Office for Victims of Crime.