December 17, 2020
Anthony Mohen works in the Economic Justice and Community Lawyering Project. He represents clients claiming government benefits, and tenants facing eviction.
Anthony is a Hudson Valley native and lives in Troy with his wife, their dog, and two cats. He moved to Troy from Brooklyn, where he was an attorney at Grow Brooklyn’s Foreclosure Prevention Program for five years, representing homeowners in Brooklyn and Queens. He has also worked at the Crown Heights Community Mediation Center and served as a Clinical Fellow at the Mediation Clinic at NYU School of Law. He received his JD from NYU in 2010.
Shruti Joshi works in the Foreclosure Prevention project where she represents low-to-moderate income homeowners facing foreclosure in the Capital Region.
Shruti graduated with a B.A. LL.B from Symbiosis Law School, Pune, India and received her Master’s in Law (LLM) from the George Washington University Law School in Washington, D.C. Shruti started her career as an in-house counsel specializing in Intellectual Property Law but was quickly enthused into public service after relocating to Albany and volunteering at Legal Aid. She has been at LASNNY since January 2016.