About Utah Legal Services

“Equal Justice Under Law” is one of our nation's most basic principles.  Economic realities leave this promise too often unfulfilled.  Utah Legal Services (ULS) is a nonprofit law office incorporated in 1976 committed to making equal justice a reality by providing free legal help in non-criminal cases to low-income Utahns. We level the playing field, ensuring everyone has a voice in the legal system. 

ULS serves the entire state with offices in Salt Lake City, Ogden, Provo and St. George. Specialized units also serve groups with special legal needs including farm workers, American Indians and Senior Citizens. Utah has over 360,000 persons eligible for legal help from ULS.  Many of these poor families live great distances from the Wasatch Front and are dependent upon the outreach programs of ULS.

Table of Contents

  1. A Message from the Executive Director
  2. Public Documents and Information
  3. What if I suspect Fraud, Waste or Violation of LSC Regulations?

A Message from the Executive Director

Thank you for your interest in Utah Legal Services, and for your support of our work. Our staff and I consider it an honor to work, and work hard, for people who otherwise would not have an effective voice in our legal system. Together we are committed to equal justice and meeting the basic needs of the poor and disadvantaged in Utah. With the help of our many partners and of you, we can make this ideal a reality. Thank You.

Anne Milne

Public Documents and Information

General Information

  • Mission Statement:  Utah Legal Services seeks to protect the rights of the disadvantaged and persons of limited means by legal representation, advocacy, and education throughout Utah.
  • ULS Management

Non-Profit Status

Board Information

Qualifications for Service

Financial Information

Legal Services Corporation (LSC)

What if I suspect Fraud, Waste or Violation of LSC Regulations?

If you suspect: 

  • FRAUD involving Legal Services Corporation (LSC) grants or other funds;
  • WASTE of money or resources;
  • ABUSE by LSC employees or Grantees; or
  • VIOLATIONS of laws or LSC regulations

Please call or write the Office of Inspector General: 

   PHONE:  800-678-8868 OR 202-295-1670
   FAX:        202-337-7155
   E-MAIL:   HOTLINE@OIG.LSC.GOV
   MAIL:       P.O. BOX 3699, WASHINGTON, DC 20027-0199

UPON REQUEST YOUR IDENTITY WILL BE KEPT CONFIDENTIAL
REPORTS MAY BE MADE ANONYMOUSLY

However, in any case you are protected by ULS' whistleblower policy.