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

Back

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.

2012
News
photo
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.

Read More

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

photo
Legal Aid Prevents Homelessness
Mr. Ponce de Leon negotiated for his client to move out of the property, but the landowner then refused a return of the security deposit and demanded additional funds...

Read More

Learn more about Legal Aid's Housing Practice Group.

photo
In Memory of Claire Cloud
Her office in Legal Aid's Painesville Office was an island paradise...It was serene. It felt happy. It was fun. It was Claire.

Read More

Click here to give a gift in memory of Claire.

photo
Update on the Community Advocacy Program (CAP)
With the Cleveland Police Department, CAP staff attorney Megan Sprecher created a Divisional Notice concerning UNonimmigrant Status Certification (U Visas).

Read More

Learn more about community advocacy.

  • photo1
  • photo1
  • photo1
  • photo1