Fellowship Collaborative Program
The Toledo Bar Association, in partnership with Toledo Legal Aid Society, and University of Toledo College of Law, has created a fellowship program for recent law school graduates. The organizations involved identified a critical need to help mentor, guide, and train recently admitted attorneys so that they have the tools and resources to practice law here in the Toledo area. The goal of this fellowship is to provide new lawyers with the support and guidance they require to successfully start their own practice, while also helping to provide access to justice to those in need in Toledo.
During this 12 month program, each fellow will have the opportunity to work part-time at the Toledo Legal Aid Society, and will also establish and open a private practice. This is an exciting opportunity for the Toledo Bar Association to partner with the Toledo Legal Aid Society to help young lawyers start and grow their practice here in Toledo.
Fellows In the News...
4/2021: Lucas County Law Library Hosts Pro Bono Divorce Clinics
5/2020: Spotlight: Sarah M. Haberland
3/2020: Changing Spaces: Bar incubator programs adapt to trends in real estate, legal tech, work preferences
12/2019: Fellowship Collaborative: Not Just a "One Size Fits All"
9/2019: Fellowship Collaborative Wins National Award
4/2019: Rob Salem, Maggie Humphrey Present Program at Access to Justice Conference
3/2019: Fellowship Office Space Complete
2/2019: Introducing the 2019 Fellows Class
1/2019: First TBA Fellows Class Wrap-up
10/2018: Fellowship Update: Shaping the Future of Toledo
6/2018: Toledo Bar Association Welcomes the First Class of the TBA Fellowship Collaborative