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Legal Aid of Western Ohio Inc

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Legal Aid of Western Ohio Inc

525 Jefferson Ave. Ste. 400

Toledo, Ohio, 43604

United States

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LAWO works with the Lucas County Department of Job and Family Services to provide outreach, legal need assessment and legal aid services. Our assistance is designed to remove barriers to employment by providing better access to legal services. We provide the ...more

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2013 News Archive

Pam Hayman Weaner: Making a Difference
LAWO Attorney Pam Hayman Weaner was recently selected as a "Making a Difference Award" recipient by the Northwest State Community College Foundation.


Pam Hayman Weaner: Making a Difference

Pam Hayman Weaner: Making a Difference
LAWO Attorney Pam Hayman Weaner was recently selected as a "Making a Difference Award" recipient by the Northwest State Community College Foundation. Recipients were nominated by community members and recognize and celebrate a business, organization, and an individual who are from the five county area and who are committed to bettering their community. Pam was recognized for her work with the Family Justice Center of Northwestern Ohio. She received her award on Thursday, May 16 at an Evening Under the Stars Green Carpet Event. In an article that appeared in the Crescent News, Pam praised LAWO. She said her work with legal aid gave her the opportunity to do work "that I believe to be God's calling for my life." Joining Pam at the Celebration were her parents and brother and several staff from ABLE and LAWO. Thank you Pam. Your commitment to "Making a Difference" has changed the future for thousands of victims of domestic violence.


Domestic Violence and Law

Attorney Pam Hayman Weaner is an Attorney with Legal Aid of Western Ohio and Regional Coordinator for the Family Justice Center of Northwest Ohio.
She received her Juris Doctorate from the University of Michigan Law School and her Masters of Art in Sociology from Western Michigan University. She has conducted legal advocacy on behalf of survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault since 1991 in the areas of family law, immigration, and protection orders. She has conducted trainings for law enforcement, prosecutors, judges and advocates throughout the State of Ohio since 1992. She is a former member of the Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission and was the recent site coordinator for the Henry County Family Court Safety and Accountability Audit, a national demonstration site for The Battered Women's Justice Project (BWJP) and its project partner, Praxis International.


Battered Women's Justice Project: Custody Webinar Recordings

Denise Eng and Pam Weaner will share what the community learned from this national demonstration Audit, how it changed their approach to child custody cases involving domestic violence, and explore its implications around the country.
Faculty: Denise Eng, Praxis International, and Pam Weaner, Audit Coordinator and Director of Legal Aid of Western Ohio.


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If you need food, go to the food bank," said Pam Weaner, managing attorney for Legal Aid of Western Ohio and director of the Family Justice Center of Northwest Ohio. The beauty of the year-old family justice center is that victims of family violence may now come to one location, tell their story one time, fill out one form, and get all the help they need. "The victim doesn't have to call all these agencies.We do it for them," Ms. Weaner said.Ms. Weaner, who has been working with Alicia's Voice, said that to her knowledge, Wood County would have the first family justice center started and led by families and survivors of domestic violence. "I'm excited about it," she said.


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