12/19/2012: Legal Aid attorney selected for Advisory Council on Disabilities

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Legal Aid attorney Katie Feldman was elected this week to the Cuyahoga County Advisory Committee on Person with Disabilities.   The group is an advocacy group for disabled persons within Cuyahoga County. The Committee will comment on areas of employment, law, architectural attitudinal barriers and other relevant issues concerning disabled persons.

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Baker Hostetler Helps Legal Aid Preserve Education Rights
The Washingtons hoped that by challenging the expulsion and the district's interpretation of its look-alike weapon policy, they could prevent other families from going through the same experience.

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Legal Aid’s advice helps secure lost paycheck
Ms. Cortes states, "I really enjoyed working on this case because the client learned the procedure by which to resolve his matter and did it on his own."

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Calfee Attorney and Private Tenant-Landlord Program Stop Unfair Eviction
Legal Aid receives an overwhelming number of requests for eviction assistance every year and without the volunteer attorneys' time and effort, many people would be turned away.

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Learn more about housing.

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The law firm of Taft increases its support of Legal Aid: 2012 Legal Aid Board President is a partner at the firm
As Board President, Mr. Thompson wants to inform the community about Legal Aid's services, history and purpose.

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Learn more about Legal Aid's Board of Directors.

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