Several option are open to anyone keen on running a legal outreach program, in terms of how exactly the program can be run.
The first way in which a legal outreach program can be run is through legal clinics. These can be in offices where people with legal questions (or people looking for specific types of legal assistance) can be aided.
The second way in which a legal outreach program can be carried out is through a website. This can be a website where people with legal questions can have the said questions answered.
The third way in which a legal outreach program can be carried out is through mass media. Programs on radio and TV aimed at making people conversant with the law qualify to be termed as being forms of legal outreach.
The fourth way in which a legal outreach program can be carried out is through email. This may sound too simplistic, but there is actually a lot that can be done for free using email. It is, for instance, possible to have an arrangement where, anybody with some sort of a legal question can go to, say, the Ymail sign in page, which is www.yahoomail.com, and create an email about that particular issue, and then send it to people who can deal with it.