Welcome to the Resource Center for The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland!

Legal Aid staff and volunteers provide community outreach and education in a variety of ways including brochures, informational stories, attending community events and making educational presentations.

Also, Legal Aid provides information and tools for people to resolve legal issues on their own without help from an attorney.  These tools can be found by clicking on the “Self Help” link to the left on this page.

More helpful information is also available in the form of FAQs, Brochures, and other resources on this website.  Please browse this Resource Center via the navigation bar at the left.  You can also see these same resources in various other pages of this website.

If you have a specific speaker or brochure request – please follow the links at the left to fill out a request form.

This website is meant to give you general information and not to give you specific legal advice. This information cannot take the place of advice from a lawyer. Each case is different and needs individual legal advice. You should contact a lawyer if you need representation or if you have questions.

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Legal Aid Board Member Honored for Pro Bono Service
He tirelessly challenges and encourages others to see the value for the wider community. Fred

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Get help with volunteering.

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Legal Aid and MetroHealth Partnership Continues to Thrive
Through the innovative collaboration between Legal Aid and the MetroHealth System, attorneys from Legal Aid provide legal services to MetroHealth patients.

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Learn more about Legal Aid's Community Advocacy Program.

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Jesse Anderson: Community Advocate and Legal Aid Board Member
Long-time community advocate and Legal Aid board member Jesse Anderson is concluding a year as chairperson of Legal Aid's grievance committee.

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Learn more about Legal Aid's practice groups.

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Richard D. Petrulis, Esq. is Legal Aid’s New Board President
“There is a sense of fairness and fair play that has always been part of American culture. Lawyers have the skills to secure justice and help people build a better life,” Mr. Petrulis says.

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Learn more about Legal Aid's Board of Directors.

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