Jeremy Goldstein and the New York State Bar Association’s New Service
May 12, 2017 — 2:50

Lawyers play a pivotal role in our criminal justice system as well as other common legal issues. Many people are wronged legally everyday one way or another and have no idea how to make things right and get what they deserve. A high percentage of those wronged want to hire a lawyer, but are skeptical due to the fear of being deceived by some con man looking to make a quick buck. So where can you find and hire a true professional who takes their job serious at an affordable rate?

 

Luckily, the city of New York has come up with an answer to this long standing problem by way of the New York State Bar Association’s reliable lawyer referral and information service (LRIS). LRIS has expanded it’s service to the internet, launching an online portal in combination with it’s already highly valued telephone service. LRIS hopes the new online portal will make it substantially easier for New Yorkers to find a more than capable lawyer to handle any legal issue they may have. The New York State Bar Association once again proves why it is one of the best state bar association in the country.

 

About Jeremy Goldstein

 

Jeremy Goldstein has made quite a name for himself in the wildly competitive world of law. He currently serves as a partner at Jeremy L. Goldstein & associates LLC. He advises many well known corporations in very important corporate matters.

 

Jeremy Goldstein has been on a roll for the past decade having his hands in many game changing corporate transactions, most noticeably United Technologies purchase of Goodrich.

 

Follow Jeremy Goldstein on Twitter.

 

Comments:
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    August 21, 2017 — 20:23