Lawyers Who Lead By Example

New York Law Journal


In this Special Section, the New York Law Journal honors the firms and attorneys who have stepped in to fill the legal needs of low-income New Yorkers. We profile litigators and transactional lawyers, three of whom are "retired"; one government attorney; one business development professional; two law firms and two bar associations, all of whom demonstrate the ideal that practicing law is a privilege, not a right, and that lawyers have an obligation to give back.

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