Small Claims Class

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Small Claims Class

This online and in-person class explains how to send demand letters, get complaints served, prepare for court, collect judgments, and more.

By Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada

When and where

Date and time

January 27 · 1pm - September 8 · 3pm PST


Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada 725 East Charleston Boulevard Las Vegas, NV 89104

About this event

The Small Claims class offered by the William S. Boyd School of Law and Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada gives an overview of the small claims process. Attendees will learn how to decide if they should file a claim, research their case, send a demand letter, file their claim, get their complaint served, prepare for court, appeal (if wanted), and collect a judgement.

The class is offered both in-person at Legal Aid Center and online through Zoom (be sure to check the bottom of your emails from Eventbrite for the online meeting link).

To learn more about other free English and Spanish classes offered by the Boyd School of Law and Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada regarding bankruptcy, custody, immigration, tenants' rights, criminal record sealing, divorce, and more, visit

About the organizer

Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada is a private, non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization that ensures equal access to justice through free legal advice and representation for those who cannot afford to hire an attorney.

We are the primary legal safety net that changes the lives of low-income, vulnerable people in our community every day. Since 1958, our organization has represented low-income individuals in Clark County with civil legal matters such as domestic violence, fraud against the elderly, representing youth in the child welfare system, and defending working people against scams and financial predators. We become the voice for those who cannot speak for themselves in important legal matters that affect their well-being, their future, and even their ability to survive. The cases accepted are based on merit and highest need—victims of domestic violence, children, the elderly, victims of financial predators, active military, and veterans.