About Legal Aid Board
The Sierra Leone Legal Aid Board is an independent non-profit organization that came into existence in 2015. It has a national mandate to provide, administrate, coordinate and monitor the provision of legal aid in civil and criminal matters as set out in the Legal Aid Board Act 2012.
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We are committed to providing quality, accessible, affordable, timely, and sustainable legal services to service indigent individuals and groups in Sierra Leone.
Our mission is to provide quality, accessible, credible, and affordable legal aid services for the poor including paralegal services.
What is Legal Aid?
The Legal Aid Act 2012 defines legal aid as the provision of legal advice and assistance
How can I get Legal Aid?
You can access Legal Aid Board SL by visiting any of our offices around the country or through email.
Do I qualify for Legal Aid?
To access the scheme, the applicant must be indigent. This means the applicant’s income
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The Legal Aid Board with support from UNICEF has organized a one-day orientation workshop for 50 volunteer paralegals on...
Legal Aid Board conducts UNDP-funded training on Bail Regulation for Police Port Loko Town, 16 July 2021. The Legal Aid...
Legal Aid Board Trains Police Investigators and Prosecutors on Bail Regulation in two Districts Bo, 9 July 2021. The Legal...