We are not a nation of laws if those laws are applied discriminately. We must have equality; actual, real and true equality – in education, in opportunity, and in the creation and application of our laws. There is insufficient room on this page to list all of the black and brown people who have been killed by racism over the last 400 years. We mourn the loss of George Floyd and we support those peacefully calling on all of us to do more and be better.
We are regularly updating our resources with the latest COVID-19 information and how it relates to you. Check out the links below for information on banks, pro bono opportunities, and access to justice in Ohio.
Bank on Justice
“Bank on justice” by choosing a Prime Partner financial institution for your interest on lawyer trust accounts (IOLTA) and interest on trust accounts (IOTA).
Looking for a way to help the community with your time and your talents? Check out our COVID-19 Pro Bono Opportunities Guide.
Access to Justice in Ohio
Learn about Ohio legal aids’ funding sources, the types of cases they handle, and other general information including location and counties served.
The Ohio Access to Justice Foundation is committed to improving access to justice and ensuring that legal aid societies and other resources, programs, and services address the unmet civil legal needs of low-income and underserved Ohioans.
The Ohio Access to Justice Foundation’s new community economic impact study, Strength in Justice, highlights how the work of Ohio’s legal aids help Ohioans and their communities be stronger, more [...]
April 13th, 2020|Comments Off on Applicants sought for 2021 Justice For All Fellowship program
Through the Foundation's Justice for All Fellows program, law school graduates with a passion for public service address urgent legal problems facing Ohioans. Fellows provide a full range of legal [...]