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A Thank You to Long Island’s Pro Bono Attorneys

December 5, 2012

In the aftermath of the recent Sandy Storm, we are reminded of the generosity of so many pro bono attorneys who continue to step up and provide free services to their neighbors in need: at legal clinics provided through The Suffolk County Bar Association and The Nassau County Bar Association , “Sandy” hotlines, and other community forums.

Throughout the year, Nassau Suffolk Law Services, in partnership with the Nassau County Bar Association and Suffolk County Bar Association, acknowledges the contribution of individual attorneys who have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to the Pro Bono effort and who serve as a role model for the legal profession and its commitment to pro bono work on Long Island. This important partnership complements the programs provided by Law Services and helps us to provide critical services to clients in need.

Read about a few of these attorneys selected as Pro Bono Attorneys of the Month in 2012.




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