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Lead @ Home: Research Guide for the Kramer Law Clinic, Case Western Reserve University

This Research Guide provides links to community resources and information about the rules and regulations designed to keep communities safe despite the toxic presence of lead particles in and around many homes.


This research guide supplements the work the Case Western Reserve University Law School, Kramer Law Clinic is doing on the subject of Residential Lead Poisoning in Cleveland, Ohio.  Exposure to even small amounts of lead in childhood can result in significant physical and emotional consequences that last a lifetime.  Federal, state and local government leadership and involvement, as well as crucial media exposure, are essential for disseminating life saving information to the public.

For Case students, if a book listed is not available on campus you may request it on OhioLink.

Sept. 30, 2019: City of Cleveland Receives $9.7M Grant to Reduce lead Hazards and Lead Poisoning