Do you need legal advice? It’s not always easy, or affordable, to come by as a student. That’s why the Associated Students of Boise State University (ASBSU) funds free attorney consultations with a local private lawyer for most legal problems you may have. This service is available to all full fee paying students at Boise State.
Some of the topics eligible for discussion are:
- Landlord/tenant problems
- Small claims court
- Divorce/family Law
- Automobile accidents
- Personal injury
- Child custody/child support
- Minor in consumption/possession
- Driving under the influence
- Workman’s compensation claims
- Collection and debt problems
- Insurance claims
You’ll meet with one of two attorneys with the law firm of Schroeder & Lezamiz Law Offices, LLP. The firm was established in 1981 in Boise, Idaho and has provided legal services to individuals, businesses, and universities. It has received the AV rating from Martindale Hubbell, which is the highest rating given to law firms in the United States. You can learn more about Schroeder & Lezamiz Law Offices, LLP here.
Margaret M. Lezamiz has been a licensed practicing attorney in the State of Idaho since being admitted to the bar in 1983, and is fluent in Spanish.
John T. Schroeder is a nationally-recognized attorney, and has practiced law in the State of Idaho since being admitted to the bar in 1981.
For a full list of the topics you can seek consultation for, or to learn more about the service, visit here. To be eligible, you must be a currently enrolled and full fee paying student in the semester that the appointment occurs. You’ll need to be enrolled in either summer or fall classes to use this service over the summer.
Monday and Thursday
Fall and spring semesters (summer appointments may be available)
9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
By appointment only, walk-in appointments are not accepted. Book an appointment here.
Appointments are thirty minutes long. Please be sure to bring proper identification. Faculty and staff are not eligible to use this service.