The Providence Public Library hosts lawyers who will answer questions for free.
It’s called “Lawyers in the Library.” No appointments are needed, and the series is free.
It’s run with a Presentation from a lawyer, and then an opportunity with people to speak to that lawyer about the presented topic.
For example, they’ve had presentations and open questions on Supplemental Security Income, disability benefit, tenant rights, employee rights, and special education.
There is one session every few months, and are held in evening hours.