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Pro Bono

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Access to Justice in Ohio

Learn about Ohio legal aids’ funding sources, the types of cases they handle, and other general information including location and counties served.

Our Mission

The Ohio Legal Assistance Foundation is committed to improving access to justice and ensuring that legal aid societies and other resources, programs and services address the unmet civil legal needs of low-income and underserved Ohioans.

RECENT NEWS

2017 Annual Report Now Available

May 8th, 2018|0 Comments

Our nation promises justice for all, not just for those who can afford it. Legal aid levels the playing field and helps ensure fairness in Ohio’s justice system. It provides [...]

Perry County judges recognized for improving access to justice

April 27th, 2018|0 Comments

Judge Luann Cooperrider of Perry County Probate Court/Juvenile Court and Judge Dean Wilson of Perry County Municipal Court are the 2018 recipients of the Ohio Legal Assistance Foundation Presidential Award for Pro Bono Service.

Angie Lloyd: State should boost its services for immigrants

April 23rd, 2018|0 Comments

OLAF Executive Director Angie Lloyd writes in an op-ed that Ohioans should call for more immigration, not less. Ohio has a vibrant immigrant story in which Ohio’s immigrants contribute mightily to [...]

Ohio’s 513,592 immigrants sustain state’s population, economy

April 23rd, 2018|0 Comments

Our Pathway to a Brighter Future: Ohio's New Americans says Ohio's newest residents could help reverse its declining population, provide much-needed innovation and diversity of ideas, and offer a solution to [...]

LEGAL AID FUNDING SOURCES

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We were pleased to welcome new members of the OLAF Board of Directors Ann Stirling Bergen and Judge Howard Harcha to our office today for orientation. Special guests included Justice for All Fellows Patrick Higgins from @OhioPovertyLaw & Caitlin DiCresce from @LASColumbus pic.twitter.com/Ppad3JX4dS