NLS in the Community

NLS in the Community At NLS, we think it is important to go beyond meeting clients at our offices.  We strive to work in the community as well.  NLS places lawyers at community locations.  We meet with clients at remote locations via our Justice Bus.  NLS conducts community education and training events.  We team with Continue reading

Know Your Rights Virtual Edition on Landlord/Tenant Law and New Protections During the COVID-19 Crisis: February 24 at 12:00 p.m.

You are invited to a Zoom webinar. Topic: A Conversation With Local Housing Attorneys About the State of Landlord Tenant Law Due to COVID-19 Description: During this panel discussion, moderated by Julie Loesch, Esq., Director of Child and Family Services EAP and CRJ, our panelists will address the current status and requirements of the COVID-19 Continue reading

Regardless of Income, Neighborhood Legal Services (NLS) Continues Unbiased Help for All Needing Health Insurance During Pandemic

Special Enrollment period for uninsured (or those about to be) extended to December 31 In the wake of the ongoing health emergency caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, trained and certified healthcare navigators of Neighborhood Legal Services (NLS) stand ready to help all Western New Yorkers get health insurance regardless of their income level. The process

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NLS Offers Help for People Living With HIV (PLWH)

Navigating public benefits is often challenging for Persons Living with HIV (PLWH) who are looking to maintain employment or return to work and need assistance with understanding how their earnings may affect these benefits. Neighborhood Legal Services, in partnership with the Volunteer Lawyers Project, can help clients understand and navigate these issues through our Benefits

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