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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...

Fresh Start Gala, Thank You for Your Support

A huge thank you to everyone who came out and supported LASC’s...

Columbus Women’s Commission taking on issues of pay equity, evictions

  When the Columbus Women’s Commission rolled out a pledge to deal...

Columbus is welcoming, but has gender pay and rising homeless issues, panelists say

  By Jim Woods The Columbus Dispatch Columbus is a diverse and...

Not enough votes; Ohio child support bill on hold again

By: Patty Coller Updated: Oct 24, 2017 04:37 PM EDT COLUMBUS, Ohio...

Trump officials propose again letting nursing homes force residents, families into arbitration

By Alissa Widman Neese The Columbus Dispatch A lawsuit might seem like...

Johnson joins Legal Aid Society’s Marion office

The Legal Aid Society of Columbus, Marion Branch office is excited to...

Better Call Jackson finds help for tenants whose landlords aren’t fixing major problems

COLUMBUS (WCMH) — Two Columbus area residents have two completely different problems...

What renters need to know when the AC stops working

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WSYX/WTTE) — The summer months are typically the hottest of...

Columbus poor struggle with evictions, high housing costs

If she can find a place, Danielle Bailey said, she’ll probably have...

Women living in poverty play a high-stakes game

By Kathleen McGavey In Sheryl Sandberg’s book “Lean In,” women are told:...

Legal services offered at TCC

It took five years to create and fund the first known partnership...

Columbus Ice Miller Partner Recognized for Pro Bono Service

Columbus Ice Miller Partner Recognized for Pro Bono Service John Gilligan Receives...

Know your rights: Getting your security deposit back when apartment plans fall through

COLUMBUS (WCMH) – Imagine finding a new place to live, putting down...

LASC seeks relief for immigrant tenants living in apartments with extensive housing code violations

LASC seeks relief for immigrant tenants living in apartments with extensive housing code violations

The LASC Housing Unit has joined a lawsuit filed by City of...

Program to help tenants navigate eviction process

A new tenant-advocacy program soon will operate inside Franklin County Municipal Court,...

Education, Developmental Disabilities, and Basic Needs Supported through Columbus Foundation Grants

COLUMBUS, Ohio (January 11, 2017)—Grants recently approved by The Columbus Foundation will...

Bill lets collection firms tack fees onto Ohio student-loan debt

Even as state Attorney General Mike DeWine expressed concern in August about...

Veterans issues: Stand Down offers legal aid that can help vets land jobs, homes

In a convention hall packed with dozens of organizations offering homeless veterans...

Student debt can balloon with little notice

The former Ohio State student paid down her student loan to just...

Ohio sued over student-loan collection fees

Bill collectors and law firms working for the Ohio attorney general’s office...

Advocating for Equality in Ohio’s Highest Court

Advocating for Equality in Ohio’s Highest Court

After serving in the United States Army as a combat medic, Marcus...

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