Our Mission is to be a partner in the community making equal justice for all a reality.
Primary geographic focus: Oklahoma
Organization type(s): Provider
CONTENT FROM THIS SOURCENews Story Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma
March 14, 2014
The Oklahoma Supreme Court signed an Order on March 13, 2014, establishing The Oklahoma Access to Justice Commission.
CONTENT MENTIONING/INVOLVING THIS SOURCENews Story Robert Evatt
January 16, 2016
More Tulsans faced eviction last year than in 2014, according to a new report from real estate data service RealtyTrac.
Profile Ralph Schaefer
August 4, 2016
Igor Petrovich learned a lot about helping people in one year.
News Story Trevor Brown
September 20, 2016
Every month, thousands of Oklahomans show up in local courts on civil cases with no attorney representing them because they can’t afford the fees or aren’t aware that legal aid is available.
News Story Tahlequah Daily Press (OK)
December 3, 2016
Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma recently received a grant from the federal AmeriCorps program as part of the Obama administration's investment in tribally-sponsored AmeriCorps programming.
News Story Sabrina Tavernise, Trip Gabriel
New York Times (NYT)
March 17, 2017
Legal Aid Services helped Joe and Paula Frye keep their home in Oklahoma. Now that program’s federal funding may be in jeopardy.
Op-Ed Martha Bergmark
April 3, 2017
The president wants to scrap legal aid, which countless Americans rely on when they cannot afford a private attorney. If he succeeds, it would be devastating.
News Story Meg Wingerter
November 19, 2017
Widespread uncertainty over health reform hasn't kept people from coming for help.
December 18, 2017
The idea of “justice for all” is just that for too many Oklahomans — an idea, and not a bedrock certainty as declared in our Pledge of Allegiance. That bedrock often turns to sand for the state's poor.
News Story Ralph Schaefer
January 8, 2018
That revenue makes up 35 percent of the Legal Services Corporation, and the U.S. House of Representatives has offered a 25 percent cut, he said, and worst-case scenario would mean a $1 million cut to LASO.
News Story Eleanor J. Bader
March 11, 2018
Last year -- fiscal 2018 -- Trump identified the Legal Services Corporation as one of 19 organizations to be completely eliminated.
With one of the worst eviction rates in the country, Tulsa has a major problem. Tenants and landlords are frustrated by what’s going onMichael Overall
July 30, 2018
Tulsa has nation’s 11th-highest eviction rate.
News Story Michael Overall
December 19, 2018
The winners include Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, which will develop a mediation program to help families facing evictions to stay in their homes.
Op-Ed Molly Aspan, Dwight L. Smith
March 13, 2019
Criminal justice reform is not reform without civil legal assistance. The providers of civil legal assistance need to be at the criminal justice reform table.
News Story Michael Overall
November 11, 2019
The eviction-prevention initiatives will involve a coalition of city departments, Legal Aid, the Oklahoma Policy Institute and nonprofit agencies, Gligo said.
News Story Tulsa World
April 12, 2020
News Story , Television News KOKH-TV (Oklahoma City, OK)
April 28, 2020
Op-Ed Katie Dilks, Michael Figgins
May 10, 2020
Blog Post Martha Bergmark
April 3, 2014
From coast to coast, legal aid organizations helped low- and moderate-income Americans sign up for insurance under the Affordable Care Act.
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