Law Services Updates

Updated: Oct 9, 2020

New York Bar Foundation Supports Community Legal Help Project

Nassau Suffolk Law Services thanks the New York Bar Foundation for its generous support of the Community Legal Help Project. The Community Legal Help Project (CLHP) offers residents of Suffolk County limited legal services and consultations at public libraries. The new grant funds will help NSLS and the Suffolk County Justice for All Initiative continue to expand access to justice. Click here for more information about the CLHP or call 631-822-3272 to schedule a consultation.


SCPD Visits Islandia Office

As part of our continuing efforts to connect with our community, NSLS recently invited Suffolk County Deputy Police Commissioner Risco Mention-Lewis to visit our Islandia offices. She met with our staff to discuss NSLS services and how our offices could work together, especially in the areas of landlord-tenant, domestic violence and re-entry cases.

Help for New Americans! The Suffolk Citizenship Project is a partnership of the Suffolk County Bar Association and NSLS. The program helps low-income Green Card holders (legal permanent residents) apply for citizenship. Call 631-822-3282 for eligibility!


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