The Buckeye Institute’s Legal Center defends the U.S. Constitution and advocates for sound public policies that:
- Reform our criminal justice system while keeping communities safe;
- Increase worker freedom and vindicate workers’ First Amendment rights;
- Defend individual and property rights; and
- Uphold the proper balance of power between states and the federal government and checks and balances between the three branches.
Sometimes good public policy needs to be defended in the court of law and individuals need to be protected from unfair and unjust laws that violate their constitutionally-protected rights. As a public interest law firm, The Buckeye Institute’s Legal Center also represents individuals and groups in court to:
- Prevent government overreach and abuse;
- Defend free speech from those seeking to silence diverse opinions; and
- Support cases in Ohio and across the country that stand up for the rights protected by the U.S. Constitution.
If you are interested in having attorneys from The Buckeye Institute’s Legal Center consider representing you, or if you have questions about a legal case dealing with government overreach or a violation of your constitutionally-protected rights, we want to hear about it. Please click the link below in order to provide Buckeye’s lawyers with information they would need to properly assess your case.
If you have had municipal income taxes unfairly withheld from your paycheck due to Ohio’s emergency-based local income tax rules related to the pandemic, or you have been denied a refund of the same, please click the link below in order to provide Buckeye’s lawyers with information they would need to properly assess your case.
If you have been denied your First Amendment rights to free speech and/or association by a government union, please click the link below in order to provide Buckeye’s lawyers with information they would need to properly assess your case.
We appreciate your interest in The Buckeye Institute’s Legal Center and litigation.
Please be advised that we receive numerous inquiries from individuals across the country seeking pro bono legal advice and representation, and—of course—we cannot take every case, which means sometimes even turning down good ones.
We will do our very best to respond to your inquiry as quickly as possible after you submit the respective completed intake form. The Buckeye Institute’s attorneys cannot provide free legal advice or complimentary consultations on the details of your case unless we enter into an agreement to formally represent you.