Eviction Record Sealing & U of Akron Emergency Aid Program

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An eviction, even a claim that's dismissed, can taint prospective tenants for a lifetime. Still, very few petition the courts to have their evictions sealed. Cleveland Housing Court Judge Ron O'Leary has established a new policy to help, making it easier to seal eviction records. He joins us for The Sound of Ideas. Plus, a look at how the University of Akron is helping students struggling to pay rent or buy food with emergency aid.



Cleveland Housing Court

University of Akron Student Emergency Financial Assistance Program



The Sound of Ideas Eviction Series:

Impact of Evictions on Children

Eviction Help and Hurdles

Eviction: Landlords Perspective

Understanding the Eviction Legal Process


-Judge Ron O’Leary, Cleveland Housing Court 

-Hazel Remesch, Supervising Attorney, The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland 

-Réyna Pérez, Former SEFA Recipient and Postbaccalaureate Student, University of Akron 

-Ali Doehring, Director of ZipAssist, University of Akron 

-Allison Franco, Case Manager, Dean of Students Office, University of Akron

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