New Mexico Legal Aid's Native American Program provides free legal assistance on civil legal matters to low-income Native Americans and victims of violence. Program lawyers expert in Indian law are able to represent members of New Mexico's pueblos and tribes in civil matters in tribal, state and federal courts. Services are provided in a variety of locations including Santa Ana and Zuni, and through telephone- and videoconferencing throughout the state. All services are free.
New Mexico Legal Aid (NMLA) is the voice, defender and advocate for poor people who are seeking justice in all forums, particularly in the communities in which they live. NMLA is committed to help poor people in their struggle to access food, shelter, security and to preserve their unique cultural heritages.505 Marquette NW, Suite 700