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Landlords have lawyers. Shouldn’t tenants?

Jared Riser, a fellow with NYLAG’s Tenants’ Rights Unit, discusses his experience defending a client facing eviction.

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Inspiring girls to become lawyers

Caprice Jenerson, Director of NYLAG’s Pro Bono and Volunteer Unit, provides a recap of the MLK Day event for Girl Scout Troop 6000, organized in conjunction with Pro Bono partners.

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No lawyer would take his case

Robyn Tarnofsky, Director of NYLAG’s Legal Clinic for Pro Se Litigants, shares highlights from the clinic and a client’s moving story.

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Financially hard-up women get help in pursuing MeToo cases

NYLAG recieved funding from the Time’s Up Legal Defense Fund to help Saturnina take action after she was sexually harrassed at work.

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Sponsors of migrant children face steep transport fees and red tape

NYLAG immigration attorney Crystal Fleming quoted in this article in the New York Times.

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NYLAG strongly disagrees with decision in the Matter of A-B-

Yesterday Jeff Sessions decided that a woman who escaped El Salvador after being beaten and raped with impunity for 15 years should not have been granted asylum, and she may now be deported back to that nightmare.

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