New CLE Opportunity: Ohio Record-Sealing Law Change and its Effect on Individuals Impacted by the Criminal Legal System
As part of its racial justice advocacy, Ohio State Legal Services Association (OSLSA), including its direct service civil legal aid programs the Legal Aid Society of Columbus (LASC) and Southeastern Ohio Legal Services (SEOLS), offers programming for low-income individuals throughout their collective 36 county service area who are navigating these barriers with the goal of obtaining a clean slate or second chance.
On May 17, OSLSA will be conducting a live interactive webinar on the recent changes in Ohio record sealing laws to ensure attorneys are properly equipped to aid low-income clients with record sealing applications. Through the program OSLSA also hopes to raise awareness on new record sealing eligibility criteria.
Application was made to the Supreme Court of Ohio for 2.75 hours of CLE credit for the program.
For more details and registration information, visit the link below.