The Legal Aid Society Honors 2011 Sustaining Law Firms
FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 2011

As The Legal Aid Society celebrates 135 years of providing legal services to low-income New Yorkers, we wat to acknowledge the outstanding support and dedication of the Sustaining Law Firms. These firms sustain the work of The Legal Aid Society by contributing at a leadership level of $600 per attorney.

The support of the Sustaining Law Firms enables The Legal Aid Society’s Civil Practice to provide legal representation to the most vulnerable New Yorkers including: senior citizens, survivors of domestic violence, persons living with HIV/AIDS, homeless families with children, disabled adults and children, immigrants and low-income wage earners. The support of the Sustaining Law Firms helps to ensure that poverty is not a barrier to accessing the justice system.

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