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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

Ohio, Michigan Supreme Court Justices Will Meet to Settle Football Bet, Emphasize Legal Aid

January 7th, 2019|0 Comments

What started as a friendly wager between two state supreme court justices rooting for their beloved college football teams will end in an even friendlier meeting when they highlight legal [...]

Ann Roche: Justice for All Fellow

December 12th, 2018|0 Comments

With near record unemployment levels in Ohio, many employers are hiring. But for some Ohioans who want to work, finding and keeping a job is full of barriers, particularly for [...]

Aisha Sleiman: Justice for All Fellow

December 11th, 2018|0 Comments

Aisha Sleiman grew up with a keen awareness of inequality. As a high school student in the Bay area, she volunteered at a neighboring school in Oakland. The disparity between [...]

Emily Roberts: Justice for All Fellow

December 11th, 2018|0 Comments

Through volunteering at the University of Cincinnati College of Law’s Domestic Violence and Civil Protection Order Clinic, run through a partnership with the Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati, Emily [...]

LEGAL AID FUNDING SOURCES

TWITTER FEED

“If we take a family mired in poverty and break that cycle, the odds are very heavy that that cycle is broken forever.” @GovMikeDeWine at @AkronRoundtable #poverty Retweeted by Ohio Legal Aid

Employers are learning about Certificates of Qualification for Employment (CQEs) today at an informational event supported by @LASColumbus and @OhioPovertyLaw featuring special guest @ReeseClarett13 pic.twitter.com/bnIipCUgoT

The most recent data show that grandparents in the U.S. care for almost one out of four children under age five on a regular basis. Today’s grandparents provide time and money to their children and grandchildren to the tune of $253 billion each year. #PSfromPS @NCOAging Retweeted by Ohio Legal Aid