Living in New York can cause many to need a lawyer, especially with an overcrowded population. Therefore The New York State Bar Association is ready to help you find legal assistance to handle any issue such as a child custody dispute, will writing, landlord-tenant concern or any other legal issue that may arise. Thanks to The New York State Bar Association, New Yorkers now have a quick and easy way of finding legal services within their own community and who are properly experienced to handle their legal issues.
The New York State Bar Association’s Lawyer Referral Information Service just launched a new online portal for New York consumers and businesses who are in need of a lawyer. This service is offered 24 hours a day and is completely confidential thanks to The New York State Bar Association Lawyer Referral and Information Service. However, the New York State Bar Association still provides the ability to use the LRIS phone service. The Lawyer Referral and Information Service was built to provide New Yorkers a stress reduced way of finding legal assistance.
All these attorneys have been properly vetted and approved by the New York State Bar Association. They are in good legal standing with New York’s State Bar Association. This new online service was launched with help from Legal.io, which supports the legal field by providing referral management tools to those in the field. The New York State Bar Association now allows lawyers to offer their services to more people while also providing their services at a lower cost, which leads it to being the online destination for New Yorkers in need of legal help.
The New York State Bar Association has been matching New Yorkers with lawyers for three decades. The New York State Bar Association was launched in 1876 and remains the largest state bar association in the country. One of the certified lawyers you could be connected with through this service is Jeremy Goldstein.
Jeremy Goldstein is currently a partner with Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates. He advises clients on issues including executive compensation and corporate governance related issues. He previously was a partner with Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz. Jeremy Goldstein has witnesses many of the top corporate transactions of the last decade.
Jeremy Goldstein graduated from Cornell University and earned a master’s degree from the University of Chicago. He received his J.D. from NYU School of Law. He continues to write and talk about issues he is concerned with.
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