One of the many dedicated attorney volunteers for Alameda County’s Lawyers in the Library program – Ted Stalcup
We have recently heard from a staff member at the Pleasanton Public Library. She wanted to be sure that ACLL gave a hat tip to an attorney – Ted Stalcup – who regularly stops by their library to meet with patrons seeking free legal advice offered as part of their Lawyers in the Library sessions.
We, here at Alameda County Law Library, know Ted as one of the many dedicated volunteer attorneys who staff the Alameda County Lawyers in the Library program. Volunteers provide free consultation and referrals on a wide variety of issues including landlord tenant disputes, probate matters, employment problems, and other general consumer issues. These consultations take place at East Bay public libraries on a rotating basis throughout the month. The Lawyers in the Library program is an important step in our library’s mission of providing access to justice to its community.
For more information about the Lawyers in the Library program including volunteer opportunities, please contact Emily at ACLL at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Reference Desk at (510) 208-4832.