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Rent, mortgage moratoriums extended for final time

The Centers for Disease Control has again extended the deadline for the federal eviction moratorium which was scheduled to expire at the end of June.
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Ohio State Bar Foundation awards more than $445K

$100,000 was awarded to Ohio Legal Help to develop new legal content for its website, including topics on disability, civil rights, employment discrimination, equal credit opportunity, fair housing, immigration and youth and foster law. 
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Student Loan Forgiveness

Susan Choe is featured on All Sides with Ann Fisher and covers the impact of the current moratorium and how forgiveness might work.
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Pandemic Shows Need For End-Of-Life Planning

Tune into The Sound of Ideas and hear Executive Director Susan Choe discuss legal options for end-of-life planning.
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Eviction, Foreclosure Disputes Being Handled Online

Ohio Legal Help is collaborating with the Supreme Court on an Ohio Online Dispute Resolution pilot project.
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Using Online Tools to Connect Pro Se Litigants

Developing self-help information for pro se litigants can increase efficiency in courts, improve the public opinion of the civil justice system, and increase access to justice. 
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Ohio Legal Help provides access to justice

Ohio Legal Help is Columbus CEO's February Nonprofit Spotlight.
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What to Do if You Get Evicted

U.S. News and World Report featured Ohio Legal Help in their state-by-state resource guide for eviction resources.
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Legal Assistance Portals Reflect Shifting Needs

The Pew Charitable Trusts spoke with Executive Director Susan Choe on the shift in users' legal needs during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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2020 taught these Columbus execs the importance of essentialism

Columbus Business First has talked to dozens upon dozens of business leaders, including Executive Director Susan Choe.
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