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Legal Counsel for the Elderly
601 E St. NW 4th Floor
Washington, DC 20049

Main Number: 202-434-2120
Legal Hotline: 202-434-2170
Long Term Care Ombudsman: 202-434-2190
Senior Medicare Patrol: 202-434-2099

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Pro Bono Opportunities

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To request a pro bono case, please email If you would like to be removed from this list, add another lawyer or update your email address, please email us at Periodically, our volunteers will contact you by email to obtain a status report on your pro bono case.


Charitable Giving: Legal Counsel for the Elderly champions the dignity and rights of Washington, D.C.'s elderly by providing free legal services to those in need – empowering, defending and protecting vulnerable seniors. Help us continue to help them. You can support LCE by donating online. Designate Legal Counsel for the Elderly under CFC #31866 and United Way #8808. Help us help those in need in the District.

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