Access to Civil Legal Services Has Grown, But More Funding Could Help, Attorneys Say

By Dan M. Clark

The New York Law Journal mentioned that President Greenberg was on the panel of the Chief Judge’s 2019 Hearing on Civil Legal Services in New York State. (may require subscription)

New York state has committed an unprecedented amount of funding to provide legal representation for low-income individuals in civil matters in recent years, but leaders from organizations that provide those services testified at a hearing Monday in Albany that the demand for that help has continued to grow.

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