About Us

What services does the center offer?

The Teton County Access to Justice Center is a self-help legal resource center providing legal assistance to low-income individuals in Teton County, Wyoming.

  • Reference assistance in legal resources 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. Monday – Thursday
  • Free seminars in legal topics
  • Free law clinics offered periodically
  • Assistance in filling out do-it-yourself legal forms
  • Intake to determine eligibility for further free legal services
  • Free civil legal services to income eligible persons within the priorities set by statute (up to 10 hours)
  • Referrals to pro bono or reduced-fee attorneys
  • The Teton County Access to Justice Center is funded by Equal Justice Wyoming, other private grants, and the generous donations of the Teton County Community.

Our Board and Staff

Nancy Norton, President
Gail Mayland, Vice President
Rebecca Wright, Secretary
Charles Daval, Treasurer
Tricia Kalish, Executive Director