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NYC Pro Bono Center
Hosted by: City Bar Justice Center, The Legal Aid Society, Pro Bono Net
This site is for lawyers, law students & legal professionals who are engaged or interested in pro bono in New York City and committed to our shared vision of equal access to justice for all.

Join this site to gain access to information about pro bono volunteer opportunities, monthly training and public interest events, pro bono news, and sample documents, training materials and practice resources to help you take and support your pro bono case.

 

Community Development/ Non-Profit
Hosted by: Lawyers Alliance for NY

This site contains resources to help business and transactional lawyers, as well as law students and faculty, who are advising nonprofit and community development organizations that serve low income and disadvantaged communities. This site contains a Library of resources for attorneys who want to use their business and transactional law skills to help nonprofit clients through Lawyers Alliance.

 

Family Justice/ DV
Hosted by: City Bar Justice Center - Immigrant Women and Children ProjectHer JusticeNew York Legal Assistance GroupSafe Horizon Domestic Violence Law ProjectSanctuary for Families

This site is a resource not only to lawyers and law students who are currently volunteering with at least one of the site hosts, but also for family law and domestic violence lawyers in legal services programs in New York City and State.  This practice area offers a Library of resources, access to the NYS Family Offense Petition Program, and News and Calendar tools to help you stay up to date with events and trainings.

 

Foreclosure
Hosted by: Legal Services NYC, City Bar Justice CenterCenter for NYC Neighborhoods

This site is intended to support the work of legal services attorneys and pro bono attorneys working on foreclosure matters in New York. This site contains a password-protected online Library of legal materials, as well as other useful information such as Decisions of Interest, Calendar of CLE Trainings and other foreclosure-related events, and Listservs.

 

Housing

Hosted byLegal Services NYCThe Legal Aid Society

Join this site if you are an attorney or law student currently volunteering with at least one of the participating organizations, a legal services attorney advising low income and disadvantaged clients on housing issues in New York, or an advocate from a community or legal services organization representing individuals in NYCHA hearings. There are resources here to help you including a set of “Know Your Rights” housing resource, an interactive Step-by-Step Process of a Nonpayment Case outlining the procedural steps of a non-payment proceeding and Stipulation and Settlement Checklists.

 

NYC Consumer Debt Defense Project

Hosted by: MFY Legal Services, Inc.

Join this site if you are a volunteer attorney, legal services advocate, law student, NACA member, or law school faculty member advising low-income consumers in debt collection litigation. This site includes a Library of resources, relevant Webinars and Podcasts, a Calendar of pro bono events and more.

 

Rochester/ Finger Lakes

Hosted by: Volunteer Legal Services Project of Monroe County (VLSP), Finger Lakes Volunteer Lawyer Service (FLVLS)Legal Aid Society of Rochester.

Join this site if you are a volunteer attorney, legal services advocate, law student or faculty member advising low income and disadvantaged clients. There are resources here to help you. This site serves pro bono volunteers in the following Western New York counties:

  • Monroe
  • Livingston
  • Ontario
  • Seneca
  • Wayne
  • Yates

 

Reentry.net/NY

Hosted by: The Bronx Defenders

This site is the New York State-based support network and information clearinghouse on prison, reentry, and the consequences of criminal proceedings. Attorneys, social service providers, policy advocates, individuals with criminal records, family, and community members are encouraged to join for full access to the online resource library, monthly mailings, and calendar updates.