Without the Legal Aid Society, Stacey Lloyd would have lost the only home she has ever owned, the pastoral place in Porter Corners where she has raised two sons and cared for her granddaughter and, because she runs her own business, that is the center of her professional life, too.
When Annie Parsons borrowed a friend's car, she never imagined that a simple errand would cause so much trouble. Annie borrowed the car to drive the short distance from Cohoes to Albany and unfortunately was involved in an accident along the way.
The generous financial support LASNNY receives from attorneys, corporations, foundations and the general public demonstrates solid backing for our mission and the services we provide to the community. See the leadership of the Justice for All Campaign here.
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May 3, 2018 The Legal Aid Society of Northeastern New York held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday morning for its new Center for Civil Legal Services near the intersection of Central Avenue and Henry Johnson Boulevard.
May 3, 2018 New facility will offer legal services and support programs for clients. Project supported by Capital Region Economic Development Council.