4/4/11: “Poetic Justice” Volume 8, Issue 1

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The Spring 2011  issue of  “Poetic Justice”  is now available!   Stories include:

  • Thompson Hine, LLP Leads A Unique Partnership:  Legal Aid clients and MetroHealth patients benefit
  • Medical-Legal Partnership: A Physician’s Perspective
  • Staff Attorney Profile: Peter Iskin
  • Housing Conditions Improve with Legal Aid’s Help
  • Legal Aid Provides Hope to Air Force Veteran
  • Partner Profile: Giffen & Kaminski, LLC
  • Volunteer Profiles: Kari B. Coniglio and Luis A. Carrion
  • Volunteer Lawyers in Action – VLP 2010 Snapshot
  • In Memoriam: Betty Klaric (1931 – 2011)
  • Legal Aid Launches New Website

2011
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Poetic Justice
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The Power of Partnership
...without Amanda, seven people would be homeless.

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Learn more about Legal Aid's Foreclosure Practice.

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Legal Aid saves family home and 51 years of memories
Mrs. Gaughan was put in a difficult position, having to juggle tending to her husband in his ailing health and dealing with a foreclosure.

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Learn more about Legal Aid's consumer practice.

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Unemployment Benefits Secured for Former Restaurant Employee
Ms. Jenkins laughs, remembering the opposing party's reaction as she walked into the hearing, "They were blown away that I came in with an attorney."

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Learn more about public benefits.

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Cleveland City Council Supports U Visas with Passage of Resolution
Many victims remain with their abusers and do not seek the help of police for fear of deportation. The U Visa promotes safe communities by encouraging immigrant victims of crimes to make police reports. Megan Sprecher

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Learn more about domestic violence.

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