New York Gets A Law Lesson From The Madison County Courier

The Madison County Courier has partnered with the Lawyer Referral and Information Service of New York. The Madison County Courier is promoting the new online service that has been sponsored by LRIS. This new online service allows people to search for attorneys online in a secure web portal. The attorney information found on this web portal is highly trusted because it is updated every day.

 

One great report the LRIS is receiving from the public is the time-based approach the web portal offers. The public can search for an attorney in a time-based fashion, which means they can search for an attorney who is available in a day or even in an hour. This has helped people get an attorney right before court starts. Inmates have even been using this service from jail, which is why more and more inmates in the state of New York are appearing in court with an attorney.

 

The web portal is available 24 hours a day and every day of the year. There is even a customer service department that is run by the New York Bar Association. This customer service department is also available 24/7, and there are even interpreters of all languages available.

 

Attorney Jeremy Goldstein is one of the attorneys who made this web project possible. He scheduled dozens of meetings with the New York Bar Association and the LRIS. Attorney Goldstein also invested a great deal of money into this project.

 

As an attorney, Jeremy Goldstein does a great deal of work for the government. He makes sure lawyers are not overcharging their clients, and he also makes sure lawyers are paying comfortable wages to their employees. Doing this type of work for the government led Attorney Goldstein to the thought of this web portal. He believes it is good for both the public and attorneys.

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