The state's judiciary will lead a new effort over the next seven months to identify a more reliable mechanism for funding civil level services for the poor, Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman declared yesterday during Law Day ceremonies. Judge Lippman said that an unprecedented coalition of judges, legal services providers, law colleges and bar groups will work together to supplement, if not supplant, the Interest on Lawyers' Account Fund.
Lippman Pledges Effort to Boost Civil Legal Services for the Poor
New York Law Journal
May 4, 2010
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