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2022 TCS New York City Marathon

The Legal Aid Society is proud to take part in the 2022 TCS New York City Marathon on Sunday, November 6.
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45th Annual Servant of Justice Awards

On Thursday, May 12, The Legal Aid Society community came together to celebrate the resiliency of our clients, staff, and city at the 45th Annual Servant of Justice Awards Dinner.  
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8th Annual NLP Winter Benefit

Each year proceeds from the benefit support The Legal Aid Society’s underfunded units and projects and their critical work.
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2022 United Airlines NYC Half Marathon

The Legal Aid Society was thrilled to once again be an official charity partner of the United Airlines NYC Half Marathon.
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The Fight For Trans+ Lives in Our Prisons and Jails

The Legal Aid Society’s LGBTQ+ Law and Policy Unit will host a virtual event on November 16th to raise awareness of the inhumane and life-threatening treatment of the trans+ community in the criminal law system.
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Virtual Roundtable Discussion: The Legalization of Marijuana

On Tuesday, June 29th The Legal Aid Society held a virtual event to discuss the impact of the Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act with the individuals who fought for this pivotal reform.
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2021 TCS New York City Marathon

The Legal Aid Society is proud to take part in the 2021 TCS New York City Marathon on Sunday, November 7.
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44th Annual Servant of Justice Awards

The Legal Aid Society recognized the amazing work of our staff, the resilience of the people we represent and this year’s honoree, Roger W. Ferguson, Jr.
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Clean Slate Advocacy Day

The Legal Aid Society stands with other defenders and advocates in the call for Clean Slate legislation, offering millions of New Yorkers fair access to jobs and opportunity.
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NYC Mayoral Forum

The Legal Aid Society is proud to co-sponsor this event and join the discussion about what this year's mayoral race means for vulnerable New Yorkers.
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