New York Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman announced Monday the expansion of a program that pairs “emeritus” attorneys with pro bono opportunities to include practicing as well as retired attorneys.
The initiative was designed to tap into the large number of retiring baby boomers to boost the ranks of lawyers available to represent poor New Yorkers in foreclosure, housing, family and other civil cases.
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