May 2, 2019: A Law Day Tradition, State Bar Association Honors Lawyers, Firms Throughout New York St

Updated: Mar 3, 2020

The New York State Bar Association (NYSBA) continued its 30-year tradition of honoring lawyers, law firms, a law student and a civil justice group that have provided extraordinary pro bono service to those in need at a ceremony and luncheon on May 1 at the Bar Center in Albany.

This year Eve A. Nowack, a Nassau Suffolk Law Services Pro Bono Attorney was honored for her many hours of service in the Pro Bono Project and Pro Se Child Support Initiative. We are very pleased that Eve was selected for her extraordinary commitment. She is truly deserving of the recognition.

“Each year on Law Day, we honor those whose pro bono work has helped hundreds of people in meaningful, sometimes life-altering ways,” said NYSBA President Michael Miller. “It is fitting because, at its heart, Law Day is about the public good and public service. This is the oath we took when we became lawyers; it is our sacred trust.”

Congratulations Eve Nowack!

Pictured above with Michael Miller, President (left) and Henry M. Greenberg, President Elect (right)

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