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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Ulmer Berne LLP renews support of Legal Aid: Four year grant will help prevent homelessness
Ulmer Berne recently announced an $80,000 four-year gift to The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland. The funds will focus on Legal Aid's housing law work.

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Learn more about Legal Aid's Housing Law Practice Group.

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Volunteer Profile: Annie L. Potter, Esq.
I have always liked public interest law and volunteering with Legal Aid allows me to do something I have a personal interest in.

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Learn more about volunteering with Legal Aid.

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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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Learn more about education.

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Legal Aid Secures Health Coverage for a Foster Baby
When Debra Weita found she could formally adopt Lizzie, she wanted to be able to provide for her future health needs.

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Learn more about Legal Aid's Public Benefits Specialty.

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