Tickets are still available for the Sept. 28 Poverty Forum! Join us to hear Pulitzer Prize winner Matthew Desmond discuss the affordable housing crisis and opportunities to create change in our mountain region. (Michael Kienitz photo)
Our Impact on Western North Carolina
people from across the mountains helped by Pisgah Legal in 2016
million secured in quantifiable benefits for our clients in 2016
local attorneys volunteer their services to assist PLS clients
victims of domestic violence and their children helped in 2016
We are Pisgah Legal Services
Pat & Phil Smith
Pat and Phil are Co-Chairs of the PLS Endowment Campaign. Phil is an attorney with The Van Winkle Law Firm, and Pat is the retired executive director of CFWNC.
Joanne's friendly face is often the first folks see as they enter the Asheville office. She has been Pisgah Legal's receptionist for 15 years.
Lyn & Tom Leslie
Lyn & Tom are long-time supporters of Pisgah Legal Services and owners of Leslie and Associates. They are lead supporters of The Children's Law Project.
Russell is an advertising veteran, with 30+ years experience as an art/creative director. He uses his creative expertise to help raise funds for Pisgah Legal.
John is an attorney at Roberts & Stevens who also volunteers pro bono as a MAVL attorney with Pisgah Legal, helping survivors escape domestic violence.
Latest News & Events
Aug 31, 2017
Pisgah Legal Services Board President Lee Anne Mangone was a guest columnist for the Asheville Citizen-Times discussing the consequences of state funding cuts to legal aid and what that means for our low-income neighbors. Read the whole article here.Read More...
Aug 24, 2017
The 2017 Fall Newsletter is now available online! The edition features the stories of Pisgah Legal clients facing evictions, the broad affordable housing issues troubling Western North Carolina, and state funding cuts that threaten Pisgah Legal’s ability to help. Read…Read More...