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2014 Justice for All Campaign Kickoff

awardees at the 2014 Justice for All kickoff

Click here to see the slideshow of the event.

Click here to watch the video from "A Few Good Men" at Capital Repertory Theater on June 9, 2014.

Click here to see photos from "A Few Good Men."

Albany County Family Court Help Center is now open. 

Click here to read the press release.

WCBF Campaign for Justice

Click here to donate to the Challenge for Justice
Click here to read the Case for Support


Albany County Family Court Help Center
Seeks volunteer lawyers and law students to assist pro se litigants. Click here for info.

Community Development Block Grants:

Recommending funding for two LASNNY projects – Homelessness Prevention and the new Saratoga Springs Building. Click here to read the article.

Your taxes filed for FREE.

Families and people with an annual income below $52,000: state and federal taxes can be filed for free, by a VITA IRS-certified volunteer. Get your full refund in as little as 10 days--click here for details.

Success stories:

Good news is always welcome. Click here to read about a mother helped in domestic violence case, an active duty military gaining naturalized citizenship, and a veteran winning the fight to gain custody of his son.

Click here to view the photos from the December 2013 Holiday Party

New Pro Bono CLE Rules!


Do you have a Legal Problem?
... but can't afford a lawyer?
... We can help!

The Legal Aid Society of Northeastern New York provides free legal services to low-income upstate New Yorkers. We have 76 staff in five offices in the region, serving 16 counties and the St. Regis Indian Reservation.

Everything you say at Legal Aid is confidential. If you are eligible for our help you will be called back by an attorney or a paralegal who will learn the facts of your case and discuss ways in which we may be able to help you.

We may give you legal advice, information, or a referral to another agency or program. We may provide brief service, such as making some telephone calls or writing letters on your behalf. We may represent you at a hearing or in court. How we handle your case depends on what it is you want, what it takes to solve your problem, and the availability of Legal Aid staff.

On these pages, we post information that we hope is useful to our clients, our staff,  legal professionals and the greater community.

If you need help, please contact us by phone, or come into one of our neighborhood offices.


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