The New York State Bar Association’s COVID-19 Recovery Task Force, which will oversee the state’s pro bono network of lawyers helping with coronavirus recovery, includes several law school deans, partners at respected firms and leaders of legal aid organizations.

The pro bono network was established at the end of March to prepare for a surge in legal needs related to the pandemic and its effect on the economy. The lawyers will focus first on helping people apply for unemployment benefits, while also preparing to handle evictions, domestic violence and a wide variety of other matters.

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