Justice for All Fellows are new attorneys funded by the Ohio Access to Justice Foundation to develop and execute two-year projects to address urgent legal problems facing everyday Ohioans. The Foundation is excited to welcome four new attorneys to the Justice for All Fellowship program, all of whom began their fellowships this fall.
Hannah Bogaert joins the Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati, where she will provide holistic, trauma-informed legal services to college students who are survivors of sexual assault.
Zachary Lemaster joins Legal Aid of Western Ohio, where he will start new partnerships with medical providers to provide holistic legal services to mothers experiencing domestic violence in rural areas.
Magda Phillips joins The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland, where she will work to establish financial stability and generational wealth for Black Northeast Ohioans living in poverty.
Ashley Ward joins the Ohio Justice and Policy Center, where she will provide legal services and policy advocacy for Ohioans who cannot access housing due to involvement with the criminal legal system, as well as educate the public about housing barriers for Ohioans with criminal records.
Returning second-year Justice for All Fellows are:
Russell Hauser, working at The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland to provide educational advocacy and representation to students in school disciplinary hearings, and;
Sarah Kolick, working at The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland to empower older adult survivors of domestic violence and elder abuse through the provision of holistic legal services.
The Ohio Access to Justice Foundation funds law school graduates with a passion for public service to address urgent legal problems facing Ohioans. Meet the Justice for All Fellows.