St. Pete SG

Legal Aid

LEGAL AID FOR GENERAL CONCERNS 

Currently legal aid services are available via virtual appointments. Below is the contact information for the person that will assist you in setting up an appointment with our attorney. For the quickest response, please send an email with your first and last name and that you are seeking legal aid assistance to the following representatives: 
 
Tampa campus 
Ayanna Wyche (she/her) 
Student Legal Advocate 
sg-tpasla@usf.edu  
 
St. Pete campus 
Eran Fruehauf (he/his) 
Student Legal Advocate 
eranfruehauf@usf.edu  
 
Sarasota-Manatee campus 
Natalie Vlckova (she/her) 
Solicitor General 
sg-solicitorgeneral@usf.edu 

IMMIGRATION LEGAL AID 

Free Immigration Legal Aid available to students monthly 
Pre-Register on Bulls Connect by searching for “Immigration Legal Aid” 
1:1 15-minute sessions with a licensed immigration attorney held via Microsoft Teams  
 
Upcoming sessions: 
Friday, October 28th 11 am – 12 pm 
Friday, November 18th  - 11 am – 12 pm 
Friday, January 27th  - 11 am – 12 pm 

For any additional questions or concerns, please contact: 
 
All campuses 
Natalie Vlckova (she/her) 
Solicitor General 
sg-solicitorgeneral@usf.edu  

PURPOSE 

The main purpose of Legal Aid is to provide free legal advice to students attending the University of South Florida. Legal Aid strives to enhance public awareness by providing legal publications and programs free of charge. The program offers free consultations to students from Tampa Bay area attorneys. 
The goal of Legal Aid is to be available to all students by enhancing awareness of the service continuously around campus. With support and dedication to the intentions of the service and to its goals, Legal Aid will increasingly become a resource students will know they have if they ever need it.

CLIENT/ ASSOCIATE CONFIDENTIALITY 

Legal Aid coordinators will respect the laws of client confidentiality as well as the Attorneys participating in the service. Every message and legal problem related to a student's particular case is strictly confidential and will not leave the office. Per the disclaimer, the attorney's contact information is not public through Legal Aid services and cannot be provided to students using Legal Aid services. Also, the client's (student's) contact information is not public and is trusted to be confidential when their information is used for Legal Aid Services.

LEGAL QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS BY STUDENTS

During the consultation between the Attorneys and the student, the attorney can answer any questions or concerns with their legal opinion pertaining to the matter and they will also clarify to the student the particular laws involved relating to their questions or concerns. Attorneys will be able to assist with any legal question a student may have EXCEPT for questions regarding a problem with the school (USF). If any student has a legal concern (i.e. fell down on campus, underage drinking, etc.) we will refer the student to Student Affairs.