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Volunteer attorneys provide limited representation for unrepresented litigants in their nonpayment cases in the Housing Court’s Resolution Part. The representation begins and ends the same day. This program is conducted in partnership with CUNY School of Law's Community Legal Resource Network in New York, Kings and Queens counties. The Program also operates in Bronx County Housing Court.
Contact: Yacine Barry-Wun, Esq.
Special Counsel for Housing Court Initiatives
VOLUNTEER LAWYER FOR THE DAY PROGRAM (VLFD)
Volunteer attorneys provide limited representation for unrepresented consumer debtors in Civil Court in New York, Kings, Bronx and Queens Counties. Volunteer attorneys represent litigants during settlement negotiations and in vacating default judgments. This program is conducted in partnership with New York County Lawyers' Association, New York Legal Assistance Group and the Brooklyn Bar Association Volunteer Lawyers Program.
Contact: Laurie Milder, Esq.
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VOLUNTEER LAWYERS PROGRAM (VLP)
Housing VLP and Consumer VLP
Volunteer attorneys provide advice to unrepresented Housing Court litigants and Civil Court Consumer Debt litigants under the supervision of the Civil Court’s Help Center Court Attorneys. Volunteer lawyers meet with unrepresented litigants on a walk-in basis in the Court’s Help Centers. This is an advice-only program. Volunteer lawyers do not represent the litigants in court or file papers on their behalf. The Housing VLP operates in all counties of New York City, with an additional site for the Housing VLP in the Harlem Community Court. The Civil VLP operates in New York and Kings Counties only.
Housing Court Contact: Yacine Barry-Wun, Esq.
Civil Court Contacts:
Laurie Milder, Esq. email: email@example.com
Ameela Mohamed email: VLPcivil@nycourts.gov
GUARDIAN AD LITEM - Housing (GAL)
The Civil Court’s GAL Program recruits, trains, and supervises a pool of GALs who are appointed by Housing Judges to advocate on behalf of mentally or physically impaired litigants facing eviction in landlord-tenant cases. Attorneys and non-attorneys are eligible to participate.
Denise Colon-Greenaway, Esq. MSW
Special Counsel for Court-Based Interdisciplinary Programs
FAMILY COURT VOLUNTEER ATTORNEY PROGRAM
Volunteer lawyers provide legal advice on support, paternity, custody,visitation, family offense and guardianship matters to unrepresented litigants in Family Court in New York, Kings, Queens, Bronx and Richmond Counties.
Contact our Office at: VAPFamily@nycourts.gov
UNCONTESTED DIVORCE PROGRAM
While under the supervision of the Supreme Court’s Help Center’s Court Attorneys, volunteer attorneys will assist unrepresented litigants in the preparation of uncontested divorce papers to enable them to accomplish divorce through the State Supreme Court. Volunteer lawyers do not represent the litigants in court or file papers on their behalf.
Contact: Laurie Milder, Esq.
email: firstname.lastname@example.org (all counties)
Baila Kamman, Esq. (New York County)
Kwaku Agyeman, Esq. (Kings County)
Gail Adams, Esq. (Queens County)
THE COURT NAVIGATOR PROGRAM was launched in February 2014 to support and assist unrepresented litigants - people who do not have an attorney - during their court appearances in landlord-tenant and consumer debt cases. Specially trained and supervised non-lawyers, called Court Navigators, provide general information, written materials, and one-on-one assistance to eligible unrepresented litigants. In addition, Court Navigators provide moral support to litigants, help them access and complete court forms, assist them with keeping paperwork in order, in accessing interpreters and other services, explain what to expect and what the roles of each person is in the courtroom. Court Navigators are also permitted to accompany unrepresented litigants into the courtroom in Kings County Housing Court and Bronx County Civil Court. While these Court Navigators cannot address the court on their own, they are able to respond to factual questions asked by the judge.