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 services to low-income Ohioans throughout the state, providing fairness and access in the justice system and ensuring justice for all.

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Emily Roberts

Justice for All Fellow (2018-2020)
Host: Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati
University of Cincinnati College of Law

As a Justice for All Fellow with the Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati, Emily helps to reduce poverty and homelessness through stable housing initiatives and housing legal services. Meet Emily.

Ann Roche

Justice for All Fellow (2018-2020)
Host: Southeastern Ohio Legal Services
The Pennsylvania State University Dickison College of Law

As a Justice for All Fellow with the Southeastern Ohio Legal Services, Ann removes barriers to employment for low-income Ohioans through direct representation in record sealings, Certification of Qualification for Employment (CQE), driver’s license reinstatements and by advocating for re-entry law reform at the state and local level. Meet Ann.

Nicole Iraola

Justice for All Fellow (2019-2021)
Host: Advocates for Basic Legal Equality
University of Nebraska College of Law

As a Justice for All Fellow with Advocates for Basic Legal Equality, Nicole works with communities in Ohio to both educate and provide legal help to immigrants.

Ayesha Cotton

Justice for All Fellow (2019-2021)
Host: Community Legal Aid
The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law

As a Justice for All Fellow with Community Legal Aid, Ayesha provides wraparound legal services to students and families at the LeBron James’ Family Foundation’s I Promise School.

Adam Vincent

Justice for All Fellow (2019-2021)
Host: Southeastern Ohio Legal Services
The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law

As a Justice for All Fellow at Southeastern Ohio Legal Services, Adam helps clients in southeastern Ohio reinstate their driver’s licenses and overcome barriers to employment.

Jack Maib

Justice for All Fellow (2019-2021)
Host: Ohio Justice Bus
Case Western Reserve University School of Law

As a Justice for All Fellow at Ohio Justice Bus, Jack coordinates the Ohio Justice Bus, a mobile legal aid office and technology hotspot that allows legal aid and pro bono attorneys to travel to and provide legal services to rural Ohioans.