Focus Shifts in Pro Bono Effort to Make Storm Victims Whole

, New York Law Journal

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Eight weeks after Hurricane Sandy, New York lawyers who have been assisting storm victims pro bono say they are in the effort for the long haul. However, their focus is shifting from the most pressing legal needs in the immediate aftermath of the storm to grinding long-term problems.

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  • Chris

    Great article to help raise awareness of the fundamental necessities of life that pro bono takes care of in the aftermath of disasters and in every day lives of those who cannot afford the legal services they need. Kudos to the legal profession! And kudos to lawyers and doctors who take it to the next level by teaming up to provide interrelated medical-legal safety net services. Check out the examples in this op-ed from medical school dean Claire Pomeroy at University of California Davis. http://www.beckershospitalreview.com/hospital-management-administration/fixing-americas-health-and-legal-services-safety-net.html

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