City Bar Justice Center

About City Bar Justice Center

About this Organization:
The City Bar Justice Center, formerly the City Bar Fund, is the pro bono affiliate of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York. Having established relationships with government, nonprofit and academic legal institutions, with corporations and private law firms of all sizes, and with bar associations locally, nationally and internationally, the City Bar Justice Center has the unique ability to bring together all segments of the bar to collaboratively address legal needs. By harnessing resources from the legal profession, the City Bar Justice Center annually provides direct legal representation, information, and advocacy to 25,000 poor and vulnerable New Yorkers from all five boroughs. Clients include immigrants, battered women, the homeless, the elderly, cancer survivors, consumers filing for bankruptcy, struggling small businesses and those in need who cannot otherwise access legal resources. We recruit, train and mentor volunteer attorneys to provide advice and representation; offer a legal telephone hotline; assist clients proceeding without representation in divorce and consumer bankruptcy matters; and educate the public on legal issues. Through the City Bar Public Service Network, we catalyze lawyers to serve the public and their profession by providing the means and opportunities to do pro bono legal and non-legal projects.
Monday-Friday 9am-12:30pm.

Legal Services Provided
Domestic Violence
Family Law
Public Benefits
Real Estate Law
Websites & Blogs
City Bar Justice Center Website
Contact & Map
New York Seniors Legal Assistance Project
42 West 44th Street
New York, NY 10036
Telephone: (212) 382-6600
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