CEO Q&A: Legal services chief has always fought for poor

The Ohio State Legal Services Association didn’t have to look far for...

Food assistance benefits for the month of February

Due to the federal government shutdown, food assistance benefits for the month...

Local nursing-home owner, state association appeal Supreme Court decision

COLUMBUS — The Ohio Health Care Association is urging the Ohio Supreme...

Harassment Spreads To A New Frontier: Smart Home Technology

Earlier this month, Powell Police released hundreds of pages of records related...

Columbus pushing back against retaliatory evictions

The Columbus City Council recently updated its law against retaliatory evictions, prohibiting...

Columbus Tenant Advocacy Pilot Shows Strong Results

It’s probably no surprise having a lawyer with you in a court...

Tenant Advocacy Project helps Franklin County residents stay in their homes, according to new study

Franklin County processes about 18,000 evictions a year and the Legal Aid...

Pro Bono Program Gets Drivers Legally Back on Road

More than 200 people lined up inside Franklin County Municipal Court looking...

Evicted: No Place to Call Home

In 2016, over 100,000 evictions were filed in Ohio alone. This week,...

Volunteer Commercial Litigators Serve Columbus, Ohio, Residents Through Innovative Pro Bono Program

In Columbus, Ohio, one innovative pro bono program uses volunteer attorneys—including prominent...

How Columbus lawyers have joined the effort to stem evictions

Every day in Central Ohio, an average of 75 people are told...

Legal Aid Society of Columbus Community Discussion

On the front lines of Columbus’ eviction battle

By Tristan Navera  – Staff reporter, Columbus Business First Jul 9, 2018, 1:17pm...

Cleveland not yet enforcing lead cleanup, legal action gets results elsewhere

CLEVELAND, Ohio–Now that hundreds of Cleveland property owners and tenants have received...

Jack D’Aurora: State budget should support legal aid

Is access to legal assistance for low-income Americans important? President Donald Trump...

Ohio Seeks to Impose New Medicaid Work Requirements, Tempting Lawsuits

On Monday night, Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R) officially submitted a request...

Franklin County Struggles To Overcome High Number Of Evictions

Jerry Smith wanders through a home on the west side of Columbus...

Sent to the curb: Affordable housing advocates say evictions can have lasting effects on tenants, neighborhoods

There were nearly 18,000 in Franklin County filed last year, a number...

Melissa Linville Receives the 2018 Henry J. Sommer Scholarship

Krista D’Amelio | Latest News | March 14, 2018 The National Association...

Franklin County has the highest eviction rate in Ohio. Why? And what can be done about it?

When Stacy Dellibovi arrived at eviction court on a Friday morning in...

Human Trafficking: Ohio’s Current Landscape

By Tabitha Woodruff  January has been designated National Slavery and Human Trafficking...

Legal Aid Society of Columbus Featured in Columbus Bar’s Legal Connections

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Resources available for those homeless after an eviction

Franklin County processes nearly 19,000 evictions each year, making the Franklin County...

LASC Opposes the Medicaid Work Requirement

  COLUMBUS, March 16, 2018 – Today, the Legal Aid Society of...

Rent-To-Own, Then Left Without A Home

Angel Trosper lives in a concrete, one-story house on a street in...

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