Jim Maisano’s Blog: Successful “Law Day” at St. Joseph Church in New Rochelle

Jim Maisano County Legislator

Legislator Jim Maisano posted: ” I was very proud to host a “Law Day” event at St. Joseph Church in New Rochelle on June 30, 2013.  It is often difficult for working families to afford an attorney when they need legal advice.  I was pleased to bring in some pro bono attorneys for”

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Successful “Law Day” at St. Joseph Church in New Rochelle

by Legislator Jim Maisano

 

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Fr. Biglin, Yolanda Valencia, Shary Sanchez, Jim Maisano, Giovanna Fernandez Harswick, Daniel Villena, Fr. O’Halloran, Anna Lisa Negro & Giovanna’s mom

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I was very proud to host a “Law Day” event at St. Joseph Church in New Rochelle on June 30, 2013.  It is often difficult for working families to afford an attorney when they need legal advice.  I was pleased to bring in some pro bono attorneys for a few hours to answer legal questions for the hard-working people who live in the West End neighborhood of New Rochelle.

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I must thank Empire Justice Center (Daniel Villena, Esq.) for answering immigration law questions, and Legal Services of Hudson Valley (Shary Enid Sanchez, Esq.) for answering general civil law questions.  I also want to thank New Rochelle attorney Giovanna Fernandez Harswick, Esq. who also met with guests.  And a special thank you to our host at St. Joseph Fr. O’Halloran, and my parish priest Fr. Biglin, together these helpful priests made the event a success.  As always, Yolanda Valencia and Anna Lisa Negro from my staff were a big help.  We plan to hold additional “Law Day” events in the future at other locations in my district (New Rochelle & Pelham).

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County Legislator Jim Maisano 914-636-1621 CtyLegJimMaisano@gmail.com

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