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.
Protecting The Rights of People Living, Working, and Raising Their Families in Poverty
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.
Choose an Area of Impact above to learn more. Support Justice Here.
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.
TENANT INFORMATION HOTLINE
Informational hotline for landlord/tenant obligations, duties, and rights with referral for full representation for qualified clientsCall today!
Drivers' License Legal Clinics
Removing Barriers to EmploymentLegal help leveraged a legislative pilot program
New Program Provides Civil Legal Assistance to Afghan Evacuees in Western Ohio
The ABLE-led Afghan Evacuee Immigration Legal Services Project provides legal guidance and helps our new community members as continued progress is made toward stabilizing the humanitarian crisis.Read More Here
Who Gets Stopped in Oakwood? The Racial Divide.
Reasons to be concerned about how frequently Black drivers are stopped in Dayton's Oakwood.Read More
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.