Suffolk Attorneys Answer the Call

Updated: Mar 3, 2020


We are proud of our attorneys in Suffolk County who have demonstrated their active commitment to pro bono in the true spirit of volunteerism. In gratitude for the dedication shown by our pro bono attorneys, the Suffolk County Bar Association (SCBA) (Hauppauge, N.Y), in collaboration with Nassau Suffolk Law Services’ Pro Bono Project (Islandia, N.Y.)and the Suffolk County Bar Pro Bono Foundation, hosted a Pro Bono Recognition Luncheon on Thursday October 23, 2014 during National Pro Bono Week. Attorneys who completed a pro bono case during the last 12 months were invited to the event to salute their generous donation of time and expertise. Distinguished guests included Judge C. Randall Hinrichs, District Administrative Judge for Suffolk County, who addressed the honorees and commended them on their dedication to pro bono representation of disabled and low income litigants in Suffolk County.

Congratulations to All!

Suffolk Pro Bono Project Honorees

Foreclosure Settlement Conference Honorees


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