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Welcome to Community Legal Aid

Community Legal Aid is a non-profit law firm serving the legal needs of low-income individuals and families, and seniors with an issue in central northeast Ohio. Do you have a New Civil (not criminal) Legal Problem?


HELPLINE REOPENS, NOTE CHANGE IN HOURS

Community Legal Aid's HelpLine - 1-800-998-9454 - has reopened after a three-day closure. Its hours, effective Apr. 2, are Monday and Wednesday 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and Tuesday and Thursday 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.


Apply for help online and someone will contact you within two business days.
Our self-help library may have the answer you need.
Or attend a Legal Aid Clinic for on-the-spot advice.

 



Community Legal Aid has Summer Program openings for Law Students in four (4) of our Northeast Ohio offices. Job descriptions for the various positions are listed here.


In 2013, Community Legal Aid’s 28 staff attorneys along with nearly 300 pro bono attorneys have devoted their time to representing thousands of people in need.

But we don’t have a lawyer for everyone who needs one.

Last year there were 13,543 people who qualified for services but did not receive any help.  They include retirees, the disabled, those who have lost their jobs and those who are under-employed.     

Consider helping someone who needs a hand up.  Your donation, no matter the size, will make a difference!  Will you give a gift today? 

Please contribute online: www.communitylegalaid.org/donate

We hope that you will decide to make equal justice for all a reality in central northeast Ohio.


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Family Court 'Do It Yourself' Forms

Access FREE forms to help you file for a divorce, dissolution or to change a family court order in Trumbull County. Click here to learn more and access the forms.


Pro Bono Ripples of Hope


Local lawyers encourage their peers to lend a hand to help others in this video, made possible by a grant from the Ohio State Bar Foundation in support of the Jerome L. Holub Project for CLAS Volunteer Legal Services Program (VLSP). Launched in conjunction with the Akron Bar Association and The University of Akron School of Law, the project seeks to provide low income residents of Summit County with a fresh start through Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

Pro Bono Ripples of Hope
Navigating the Jerome L. Holub Pro Bono Bankruptcy Program

 
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