Berkeley Tenants Union September 26, 2019 Counseling Clinic Intake
The Berkeley Tenants Union (BTU) is excited to launch our free monthly legal counseling for tenants! Sign-up for a chance to speak with tenant attorneys about your situation. Sessions are 20 minutes long by default, but if we have less sign-ups than expected we may be able to lengthen your session. If demand exceeds spots available, we will place folks at the front of the line for the following month. Counseling will take place from 6-8PM on Thursday, September 26, 2019 at BTU headquarters inside of Grassroots House (2022 Blake Street, Berkeley, California 94704). The sign-up form will close at 11:59PM on Friday, September 20 (i.e. the Friday beforehand).
The Berkeley Tenants Union is a not-for-profit organization, and we value our members' privacy. Rest assured your information is kept secure.
Address (include apartment number if applicable)
Which sessions work for you? (Check all that work)
6:00PM - 6:20PM
6:20PM - 6:40PM
6:40PM - 7:00PM
7:00PM - 7:20PM
7:20PM - 7:40PM
7:40PM - 8:00PM
If you selected multiple time slots, please rank them by preference (#1 = best option for you)
Optional: Provide a written summary of your situation
If you want, you can provide a summary of your situation and we’ll give it to the lawyer before your counseling session so they can have a basic idea of your situation beforehand.
Want to fight back against greedy landlords and developers? Then join the Berkeley Tenants Union!
The below questions are optional, but will let us know if you would like to join the Berkeley Tenants Union (as well as what you’re interested in working on if you have time to volunteer).
Do you want to be a member of the Berkeley Tenants Union?
Yes! I am interested in joining (or rejoining/renewing my membership in) BTU!
Which of the following interest you? (Check all that apply)
Organizing tenants in your own building into a building association
Organizing tenants in other buildings into building association
Recruitment and publicity (through methods besides organizing building associations)
Emailing and calling city councilmembers, state legislators, and other elected and appointed officials
Attending (and ideally speaking at) city council, city commission, and other local meetings
Travelling to Sacramento to support/oppose state legislation
Organizing "know-your-rights" workshops
Collecting signatures for ballot measures and/or other kinds of petitions
Campaigning for pro-tenant candidate and/or ballot measures
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