Legal Assistance

Cleveland Housing Court and Cleveland Public Library have teamed up to bring the court to the community. The Neighborhood Housing Court Kiosk is solely for the use of Clevelanders who need to appear before Cleveland Housing Court without traveling downtown. Kiosk available on a walk-in basis starting at 10 a.m. Located in South Branch, 3096 Scranton Road, in the Clark-Fulton neighborhood.


The Legal Aid Society offers free advice clinics for individuals with civil legal issues on a first-come, first-served basis. Legal Aid Society does not handle criminal cases or traffic violations. Please bring all relevant paperwork with you.


LegalWorks at Cleveland Public Library

LegalWorks is a non-profit organization that provides legal consultation and assistance for qualified, low-income youth and adults in underserved communities.

Areas of assistance focus on legal issues that prevent people from moving forward in their lives, including expungements, sealing records, obtaining certificates of qualified employment, clearing outstanding warrants, restoring driving privileges, and other select legal matters.

Registration is required.

Glenville | Mondays | 12-3:30 PM
11900 St. Clair Avenue | 216-623-6983


Fulton Branch
| Tuesdays | 12 – 3:30PM
3545 Fulton Rd. | 216-623-6969


Mt. Pleasant Branch | Wednesdays | 12 – 3:30PM
14000 Kinsman Rd. | 216-623-7032

Need legal advice or help now?  Need an appointment on a different day or time? Visit legalworksneo.org for more information.