Through the Foundation’s Justice for All Fellows program, law school graduates with a passion for public service address urgent legal problems facing Ohioans. Fellows provide a full range of legal services to low-income Ohioans throughout the state, providing fairness and access in the justice system and ensuring justice for all.

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Emily Roberts

Justice for All Fellow (2018-2020)
Host: Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati
University of Cincinnati College of Law

As an Ohio Legal Assistance Foundation Justice for All Fellow with the Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati, Emily helps to reduce poverty and homelessness through stable housing initiatives and housing legal services. Meet Emily.

Ann Roche

Justice for All Fellow (2018-2020)
Host: Southeastern Ohio Legal Services
The Pennsylvania State University Dickison College of Law

As an Ohio Legal Assistance Foundation Justice for All Fellow with the Southeastern Ohio Legal Services, Ann removes barriers to employment for low-income Ohioans through direct representation in record sealings, Certification of Qualification for Employment (CQE), driver’s license reinstatements and by advocating for re-entry law reform at the state and local level. Meet Ann.

Aisha Sleiman

Justice for All Fellow (2017-2019)
Host: Advocates for Basic Legal Equality
UCLA School of Law

As an Ohio Legal Assistance Foundation Justice for All Fellow with Advocates for Basic Legal Equality, Aisha provides equitable development in distressed neighborhoods in Toledo by engaging in community lawyering and legislative and administrative advocacy focused on housing, transportation, and financial services. Meet Aisha.

Kristin Riebsomer

Justice for All Fellow (2017-2019)
Host: Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati
Indiana University School of Law

As an Ohio Legal Assistance Foundation Justice for All Fellow with Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati’s Maternal-Health Law Partnership (M-HeLP), Kristin improves pregnancy and newborn health outcomes through legal advocacy on issues involving social determinants of health. Meet Kristin.

Lauren Wert

Justice for All Fellow (2017-2019)
Host: Community Refugee and Immigration Services (CRIS)
The Ohio State University, Moritz College of Law

As an Ohio Legal Assistance Foundation Justice for All Fellow at Community Refugee and Immigration Services, Lauren addresses the substantial need for legal representation for unaccompanied minors and families who have been detained upon entry into the United States and placed into removal hearings at the Cleveland Immigration Court. Lauren coordinates a statewide volunteer network and handles some cases. Meet Lauren.

Joshua Loya

UAC Fellow (2017-2018)
Host: Advocates for Basic Legal Equality
The University of Dayton School of Law

As an Ohio Legal Assistance Foundation UAC Fellow at Advocates for Basic Legal Equality, Joshua provides civil legal assistance to unaccompanied minor immigrant children and represents the children throughout Ohio in related juvenile, asylum, and immigration proceedings.

Caitlin DiCresce

Justice for All Fellow (2017-2019)
Host: The Legal Aid Society of Columbus
The Ohio State University, Moritz College of Law

As an Ohio Legal Assistance Foundation, Justice for All Fellow, at The Legal Aid Society of Columbus, Caitlin provides stability to children of domestic violence victims by representing the children in education proceedings, handling holistic legal matters including benefits, child support and custody for the family. Meet Caitlin.