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  • The Key Bridge Foundation for Education and Research has worked since 1994 with the US Department of Justice (DOJ) to administer a mediation program to settle complaints under Title II and III of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.
  • Learn about the Center for Court Innovation's work on judicial policy and governmental reform. The Center is a non-profit think tank that helps courts and criminal justice agencies aid victims, reduce crime and improve public trust in justice.
  • FindLaw for the Public is designed to help find solutions to legal issues by providing access to lawyers and legal information. Search by topic (e.g., accidents & injuries, bankruptcy & debt) or search the directory of lawyers.
  • The following organizations and attorneys provide free legal services and/or referrals for such services to indigent individuals in immigration removal proceedings, pursuant to 8 CFR ?3.61. Some of these organizations may also charge a nominal fee for legal services to certain low income individuals.
  • The following organizations and attorneys provide free legal services and/or referrals for such services to indigent individuals in immigration removal proceedings, pursuant to 8 CFR ?3.61. Some of these organizations may also charge a nominal fee for legal services to certain low income individuals.
  • JASA provides counseling and legal representation for victims of elderly abuse by attorney/social work teams. In addition, Legal Services For The Elderly in Queens (LSEQ) provides representation and consultation on housing, entitlements, and home care matters. Also, training and consultation with social service agencies and community groups on legal rights of older adults.
  • General information for jurors in New York State. Includes the juror handbook, orientation video, laws and rules pertaining to jury duty, and questions and answers about jury duty.
  • LawHelp contains information to help New Yorkers with low and moderate incomes find legal resources.

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