Legal Community Offers More Help for Sandy Victims

, New York Law Journal


The New York County Lawyers' Association and New York Legal Assistance Group have announced new efforts to assist Hurricane Sandy victims. NYCLA is also matching lawyers displaced from their offices with firms that have extra space.

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  • Avon

    The New York State Trial Lawyers Association has gotten commitments to help pro bono from dozens, if not hundreds, of its members. NYSTLA's listserv has been hopping for over a week, and training seminars are being set up on advising and helping people to obtain FEMA and other resources.
    Other legal groups are probably active as well. They all deserve lots of credit.

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