Civil Justice Reform; Crain's Forty Under 40 Class of 2019

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Last month, Cleveland became the first city in the Midwest and fourth in the country to guarantee legal representation for low-income tenants with children in eviction cases. On The Sound of Ideas, we'll discuss the state of criminal justice reform across the nation and in Cleveland ahead of the Legal Aid Sociey's annual meeting. Plus, we'll meet some of this year's Crain's Forty Under 40 class. 



Crain's Forty Under 40


-James Sandman, Esq., President, Legal Services Corporation

-Chief Justice Nathan Hecht, Texas Supreme Court 

-Ted Ferringer, Architect, Bialosky Cleveland 

-Sara Elaqad, Executive Director, Minds Matter Cleveland 

-Ramya Ramadurai, Global Program Manager, Rockwell Automation 

-Mark Hamer, Vice President & Creative Director, Garage Creative Studios 

-Howard Washington II, Founder, Director and Lead choreographer, Elevated Dance Headquarters 

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