• Colorado Federal Pro Se Clinic
    Improving access to justice in our Federal Courts
 

Colorado Federal Pro Se Assistance Project

 

The Colorado Bar Association Federal Pro Se Clinic assists unrepresented litigants in the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado.  The clinic helps to prepare complaints and responsive pleadings, provides assistance with other common pleadings, answers procedural questions, and explains legal concepts such as jurisdiction, venue, and service of process. Our focus is on civil procedure – navigating the court system.

 

Before you call or come into the clinic,
fill out our intake form

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Complete this form and bring it with you to your Pro Se Assistance Clinic appointment

Complete Limited Scope Agreement>

 

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The Federal Pro Se Clinic is open but operating remotely due to Covid-19. If you have not visited the Clinic before, please click on the link above (“Click Here to Get Started”) and complete an online intake form. If you have visited the Clinic before and need an appointment, please call us at 303-380-8786.

 

 

Preparing to Meet with an Attorney

 

 

What you need to do and know before coming to a clinic appointment:

 

 

  •  Write down a list of specific questions for the attorney and bring it with you.
  •  Know the most recent court papers that were served on you or that you filed with the court.
  •  On a deadline? Let us know right away.
  •  Do some research at the law library about your case BEFORE you come to the clinic.
  •  The clinic does not provide legal advice by email.
  •  Complete Step One (Intake Form) before scheduling your appointment.
  •  If your appointment is by phone, read, fill out and send in the Limited Scope Legal Services Agreement beforehand.

 

Limited Scope Legal Services Agreement

Information and Forms

 

This publication was developed by the Administrative Office of the United States Courts to provide an introduction to the federal judicial system, its organization and administration, and its relationship to the legislative and executive branches of the government. The Administrative Office, the judicial branch’s central support agency, provides a broad range of management, legal, technical, communications, and other support services for the administration of the federal courts.

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  • Phone Number : 303-380-8786
  • Our Address : Alfred A. Arraj United States Courthouse
    901 19th St, Denver, CO 80294
  • Email : fpsc@cobar.org