Bank on Justice

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Pro Bono

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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.

Our Mission

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.


Meet Kiko Yee, General Counsel & Chief Operating Officer

December 11th, 2019|0 Comments

Yukiko (Kiko) Kuwata Yee, our General Counsel & Chief Operating Officer, comes to us from the Ohio Attorney General’s Office where she prosecuted complex financial fraud cases. Kiko is not [...]

John Schrider receives Ohio Access to Justice Foundation Denis J. Murphy Award

December 10th, 2019|0 Comments

COLUMBUS, Ohio (Dec. 10, 2019) — Attorney John Schrider, director of the Legal Aid Society of Southwest Ohio, LLC, is the 2019 recipient of the Ohio Access to Justice Foundation [...]

Meet Jack Maib, Justice For All Fellow

November 11th, 2019|0 Comments

Jack Maib, our Justice For All Fellow who drives the Ohio Justice Bus, comes to us from Cleveland, Ohio. Jack is a recent graduate of Case Western Reserve University School [...]

Meet Camille Gill, Programs & Grants Counsel

November 7th, 2019|0 Comments

Camille Gill, our new Programs & Grants Counsel, has lived all over Ohio. Camille grew up in Canton and has worked and lived in Cincinnati, Toledo and Cleveland. Camille comes [...]



#BankonJustice champions such as attorney John Halliday hold their IOLTA/IOTA at a #PrimePartner financial institution. If you would like to join the Bank on Justice campaign please email

Sometimes financial, medical, housing, employment, and educational problems have legal solutions. A worldwide study cited in a recent @ABAJournal indicates that only 29% of legal problems were recognized as being legal in nature. #CivilLegalAidHelps Retweeted by Ohio Access to Justice Foundation