ABLE attorneys Kathleen Kersh and Matthew Currie’s analysis of how the community lawyering model can be used to promote community power to change unjust systems was recently published in the UIC Law Review.
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Prevent homelessness and protect renters from uninhabitable living conditions. Protect seniors and veterans. Ensure access to healthcare and education. Support welcoming communities and due process for immigrants. Rebuild neighborhoods and empower residents. Lift up the voices of people often unheard and left behind.
Advocates for Basic Legal Equality, Inc. (ABLE) is a non-profit regional law firm that provides high-quality legal assistance in civil matters to help low-income individuals and groups in Ohio achieve self-reliance, and equal justice and economic opportunity.
2022 Summer Associate Program
ABLE is currently accepting applicants for our 2022 Summer Associate Program, which gives law students experience, feedback, and a real-world legal aid setting.Learn More About Summer Associate Program and Fellowships
ABLE Publishes 2022 Immigration Advocacy Project Report to the Community
Read our Immigration Advocacy Project's report to the community, featuring important updates, statistics, and client stories about our impact on agricultural worker and immigrant communities throughout Ohio.