Our very own Jim Denson, paralegal in our Disability and Health-Related Unit, has been selected by t


We are excited to announce that Jim Denson, paralegal in our Disability and Health-Related Unit, has been selected by the Corporate Source* as the NDEAM (National Disability Employment Awareness Month) Champion winner as a testament to his “accomplishments, tenure and tenacity.”

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Congratulations, Jim, on this well deserved honor!

We are so proud!

*What is The Corporate Source? The non-profit works to change the perceptions of individuals with disabilities in the workforce, not by marketing and public relations campaigns, by having them work in integrated settings where their value, productivity, commitment and dedication can be experienced by all. The Corporate Source (TCS) was established in 1996 as a not-for- profit corporation to create employment opportunities for people with disabilities. This is accomplished through the development of outsourcing contracts with the government and the private sector. Through these contracts TCS provides services throughout the metropolitan New York City area as well as in Puerto Rico and the USVI. TCS presently operates in over 100 geographically dispersed locations. TCS’s lines of business include: janitorial, landscaping, warehouse, switchboard operations, kennel care, mailroom operations, administrative and office support, messenger and attendant positions to name a few.


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