Legal Aid Society of Rochester

Founded in 1893. Provides direct civil legal services, including lay advocacy and related human services, to adults and children
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Primary geographic focus: New York
Organization type(s): Provider

The Legal Aid Society of Rochester believes in the guarantees of due process and equal protection as promised in our State and Federal constitutions.

To ensure that those rights have real meaning, we will strive to provide a highly qualified and zealous advocate to anyone who cannot otherwise obtain representation in civil legal matters.

We will create an environment in our community that values access to legal counsel, so every person is treated with dignity, equality, and fairness.


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Specialized Housing Court Aims To Strengthen Tenant Rights in Rochester

Mary McCombs
Spectrum News Rochester
January 7, 2020
A new housing court in the city of Rochester is designed to assist and protect tenants with potential landlord issues.

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