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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.

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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

Legal fellows to address urgent legal problems facing Ohioans

February 13th, 2019|0 Comments

COLUMBUS, Ohio (February 13, 2019) — The Ohio Legal Assistance Foundation has named the 2019 class of Justice for All Fellows. Through the fellowship program, new attorneys focus on urgent [...]

Legal Aid: Good for Business

January 24th, 2019|0 Comments

The latest issue of Ohio Matters, the official publication of the Ohio Chamber of Commerce, makes the compelling case that legal aid is good for business. Read more in Ohio [...]

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 [...]

LEGAL AID FUNDING SOURCES

TWITTER FEED

ABLE Senior Attorney Deb Lavey, was selected to serve on Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley's task force charged with researching and reducing evictions in Dayton. dayton.com/news/local/day… Retweeted by Ohio Legal Aid

Currently seeking a bright, creative, hardworking attorney for our Toledo office to work with our domestic relations and access to justice practice groups. More information and how to apply: bit.ly/2SzpecE pic.twitter.com/4J5qTHr0qQ Retweeted by Ohio Legal Aid

OLAF's Justice for All Fellows are incredible young attorneys addressing urgent legal problems facing everyday Ohioans. Our new 2019 class will begin fellowships this fall at @SEOLSLegal , @ABLELawInc & @CommLegalAid ow.ly/er4630nGVGL pic.twitter.com/noYjunhnki