Finding a lawyer in New York will no longer be a hustle as it has always been. Thanks to the introduction of an online portal which is classified and available for available 24 hours a day. The portal was launched by the New York State Bar Association a trusted Lawyer Referral and Information Service (LRIS). Individuals now seeking services of professionals to handle criminal matters, will writing services, tenancy agreement and children custody issues will now have the website to apply for a lawyer or use LRIS telephone service to call for one. By using the portal one goes to the website and fills a needs questionnaire. It is reviewed and the client is matched with an attorney. The Bar forwards request to county bar association then client talks to the attorney at a fee of $35 fee for consultation.



Claire P. Gutekunst; the President of the State Bar, expressed his joy with the launching of the product that will help individuals get matched with qualified attorneys thus reducing the stress that is normally associated with finding legal representation. That is not all; the attorneys provided will have their testimonials reviewed by the bar. This was a partnership between New York State Bar Association and; a leading provider of referrals in the industry.



Jeremy L. Goldstein is one great lawyer. He holds several degrees from New York University School of Law, University of Chicago and Cornell University. Currently, he owns and runs Jeremy Goldstein & Associates LLC. This is a law firm devoted to counsel on matters in the framework of transformative corporate dealings and sensitive situations. Jeremy L. has worked with Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz a law firm and also has experience in big corporate transactions like the acquisition of Goodrich by United Technologies among others.



Jeremy Goldstein heads the Mergers & Acquisition Subcommittee of in the American Bar Association Business Section. He has been listed as a top executive compensation lawyer in Chambers USA Guide to America’s Leading Lawyers for Business and The Legal 500. Jeremy holds membership in the NYU Journal of Law in the Professional Advisory Board and leads the New Leadership Council of Make-A-Wish Foundation.


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