You can go to LiveHelp, the online chat feature of LawHelp/ny. Launched in February 2010, in English and Spanish, a trained navigator can lead you to “Know Your Rights” legal information and referrals to free legal services (income requirements apply). Because of volunteer help from pro bono law students and attorneys, the English LiveHelp is [...]
Ever thought about learning English but didn’t have the money to pay for ESL classes. If so, take advantage of this great service being provided by New York University. From 10/3 to 11/7 they are providing free English classes in New York City. Click here to find out more about it.
For many victims of domestic violence, the daily pain and harassment becomes a shameful secret; making it hard to speak up about it. Trapped in a vicious cycle of physical and/or verbal abuse, it is unfortunate that many of these victims of domestic violence are never able to escape and instead lose their lives at [...]
Thousands more people seek free legal assistance than is available. In 2009, The Legal Aid Society helped only one out of nine New Yorkers seeking legal assistance, and Legal Services-NYC was only able to “fully serve” 12% of those who sought its help. The resources on the LawHelp.org/NY website try to fill this gap in [...]