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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2014 Partners in Justice – Ambassadors for Legal Aid
“Partners in Justice” are those who serve as Legal Aid ambassadors to their law firms and corporate counsel departments. This year, more than 40 organizations are participating.

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Learn more about ways to give to Legal Aid.

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900 People Rock at Jam for Justice 2015
Thanks to sponsors and an audience of over 900 community leaders, attorneys, judges and Cleveland music fans, The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland’s annual summer event, Jam for Justice, raised more than $60,000.

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Learn more about Legal Aid.

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Announcing the 2012 Partners in Justice – Legal Aid’s Ambassadors
Partners in Justice are community leaders who serve as Legal Aid ambassadors to their law firms. This year 23 firms are participating...

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Learn how you can volunteer for Legal Aid.

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Former Legal Aid Client Studies Pre-law at John Carroll University
I tell them, education is like a candy store where you can try any kind of candy you want. Go ahead, try a saffron-flavored one - you may like it.

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Learn more about housing.

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