The KABA Foundation is a nonprofit organization created in 2007 to provide legal, educational, and related services to the Korean American and other communities in the greater Los Angeles area. One of the KABA Foundation’s main activities is our monthly free legal clinics for the Korean American community in partnership with the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles, Asian Americans Advancing Justice – LA, and the Koreatown Youth & Community Center. Volunteer attorneys, with assistance from students and other individuals, provide free legal assistance to monolingual and limited-English proficient Korean community members facing various legal issues, such as domestic violence, family law, eviction, foreclosure, small business disputes, and immigration.The clinics are held on the second Tuesday of each month, from 6:30pm-8:30pm, at the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles office, located at 3750 W 6th St, Los Angeles, CA 90020. If you are interested in volunteering for the legal clinics, please contact email@example.com. Over the years, hundreds of KABA volunteers have helped thousands of individuals through these clnics, which have become an important cornerstone of the KABA Foundation’s mission and work in the community.