Pro Bono Ripples of Hope Attorneys – 844-292-1318 Ohio legal aid

The Volunteer Legal Services Program (VLSP) of Community Legal Aid Services
promotes pro bono programs in civil legal matters that secure justice, protect legal
rights, provide quality representation, and fight poverty. The VLSP collaborates with
private attorneys, law firms, law students, bar associations, and other volunteers to
develop programs that serve income eligible and elderly residents in eight Ohio counties
including: Columbiana, Mahoning, Medina, Portage, Stark, Summit, Trumbull and
Wayne. Pro bono programs include the Jerome L. Holub Pro Bono Bankruptcy Project,
the Reduced Fee Divorce Program (RFP) and opportunities to assist with a variety of
civil legal matters that promote family and economic stability such as adoption, simple
estate planning, homeownership and housing, guardianship and special needs trusts,
wage claims, consumer issues, probate of a simple estate, and other civil legal matters.
VLSP completes an initial screening of clients to establish income and asset eligibility
and makes cases available to volunteers through a weekly email referral system. VLSP
provides ongoing support and assistance to volunteers along with free CLE training.
Lawyers looking for volunteer opportunities to spread “ripples of hope” within our eight
county region of Ohio should contact the VLSP at or 1-

Pro bono service enriches communities, empowers people out of poverty, and provides
the personal satisfaction that comes from helping someone in need. Pro bono attorneys
have the opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of clients who have nowhere
else to turn for assistance. Even the simplest pro bono experience can make a real
impact. For example, writing a will for a terminally ill client provides peace of mind and
stability at a family’s most vulnerable moment. Pro bono service also provides attorneys
with opportunities for professional development. New and experienced attorneys alike
seek out pro bono opportunities that allow them to utilize their skills to make an impact
in today’s world. Pro bono helps attorneys develop and hone legal skills. Attorneys
alone have the privilege of legal training and responsibility to preserve the core principles
of our justice system through pro bono legal service, because nobody else can.

“Equality before the law in a true democracy is a matter of right. It cannot be a matter of
charity or favor or of grace or of discretion.”

-U.S. Supreme Court Justice Wiley Rutledge
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Best Local Business Attorney Columbus – 844-292-1318 Ohio legal aid

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Jan. 14 One Ohio Now Presser – 844-292-1318 Ohio legal aid

Coalition of labor and other groups, One Ohio Now, urge lawmakers and administration to take a balanced approach to solving budget issues, including considering tax increases. Comments from Barbara Shaner (Ohio Association of School Business Officials), Zach Shiller (Policy Matters Ohio) and Col Owens (Legal Aid of Southwest Ohio)
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Expungement and CQE Clinic – 844-292-1318 Ohio legal aid

Residents of the Grafton Reintegration Center produced this video on Community Legal Aid’s expungment and CQE clinic in Alliance, Ohio for the HOPE Channel. The HOPE Channel is a project of the Northeast region of the Ohio Department or Rehabilitation and Corrections to provide offenders with valuable information regarding reintegration opportunities while incarcerated and reentry resources available to prepare for release.
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Legal Aid Foundation – Public Service Announcement – Santa Monica CityTV – PSA – 844-292-1318 Ohio legal aid

Legal Aid Foundation - Public Service Announcement - Santa Monica CityTV - PSA

This is our Emmy nominated PSA that was produced for the Legal Aid Foundation through CityTV’s Digital PSA program. The program is a partnership with Women in Film and pairs a volunteer creative team of producer, director and writer with a local charity to create a high quality PSA. The Emmy Awards will be announced on August 6, 2011. Congratulations to the Legal Aid Foundation team, Director Sarah Elgart, Producer Sonya Blake, Writer Alison Marek and Associate Producer Karolyn Szot for a job well done!
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Helping Ohioans Enroll in Medicaid – 844-292-1318 Ohio legal aid

Webinar sponsored by: Ohio Network for Health Coverage and Enrollment.

This webinar provides information about enrolling Ohioans in Medicaid coverage.

Speaker include:
Mary Wachtel, Health Policy Institute of Ohio
Kathleen Gmeiner, UHCAN Ohio
Zach Reat, Ohio Association of Food Banks
Deanna White, Legal Aid Society of SW Ohio
Tricia Brooks, Georgetown University Center for Children and Families
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Over the last several months AOF and our partners have been focusing on helping Ohioans be safe in their homes, afford the basics and find good jobs that stabilize families in the state budget. Now, the budget has moved into the last step of the process — Conference Committee. Speakers explain what’s happened with health and human services programs over the course of the budget process.

Speakers include:
* Bill Sundermeyer, State Director, Advocates for Ohio’s Future
* Col Owens, Senior Attorney, Legal Aid Society of Southwest Ohio
* Mark Davis, President, Ohio Provider Resource Association
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