Consumer Law

The Consumer Law Project (CLP) assists with a wide variety of consumer matters, including consumer fraud, unfair business practices, foreclosure and real estate fraud. The Debtor Assistance Project (DAP) is part of CLP. DAP assists with several types of bankruptcy-related matters. Read More

Contact Information


  Consumer Issues

  • Consumer Right's Project is currently closed. 

  • If you are in need of legal assistance, please contact Lawyer Referral & Information Service at 213 243-1525 or Beverly Hills Bar Association at 310 601-2440.

  • If you have an issue related to PACE financing (Ygrene, CalFirst, Hero, or E3) please call (213) 385-2977 x306.
  • We offer a clinic at the Los Angeles Public Library twice a month.  Please click the following links for information on how to make an appointment:
    (English | Spanish

  Bankruptcy Assistance

  • You may visit the L.A. Bankruptcy Self-Help Desk (flyers: English | Spanish)on Mondays and Wednesdays, 10 a.m.–12 p.m. and 2–4 p.m. Closed on court holidays. Arrive 30-60 minutes early for security.
  • You may also apply for bankruptcy assistance using our online application. If you are unable to complete the online application, you may leave us a message  at (213) 385-2977, ext. 704
  • Bankruptcy Self Help Desk Public Counsel's Bankruptcy Self-Help Desk provides walk-in bankruptcy advice on Mondays and Wednesdays, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., and 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Bankruptcy Find out answers to frequently asked questions about bankruptcy, how to use credit wisely after bankruptcy, and your legal rights during and after bankruptcy, in these publications from the National Consumer Law Center and Nolo Press.
  • Disputes with Attorneys The Los Angeles County Bar Association and California State Bar each offer methods for dealing a dispute you might have with an attorney you have hired.
  • Self-Help Resource Centers Located at Superior Court locations throughout L.A. County, Self-Help Resource Centers provide education and assistance to parties who do not have attorneys and need to complete documents and court procedures on their own.