The annual public lecture – typically held in May – in honor of National Law Day has been cancelled until further notice. Please check back here for updates regarding future public lectures.
Each year, in honor of National Law Day, a group of professionals who have in-depth knowledge of a practical legal topic give a free presentation at the New York City Bar. The presentation is designed to help you learn about important legal issues that may affect your daily life. The lecture is followed by a question and answer session. After the presentation, free 30-minute consultations with volunteer lawyers are also available. Consultations may be scheduled in advance by calling the New York City Bar Legal Referral Service (212-626-7373); otherwise consultations happen on a first-come, first-served basis.
Past lectures include:
- Untying the Knot- Divorce Process Options in New York
- Consumer Fraud: What to Look out for and How to Protect Yourself
- Everything You Wanted to Know About Landlord-Tenant Court
- How to Prepare A Case For The Supreme Court
- Caring For Aging Parents
- What to Do When You Get to Court
- You Are Not Alone: Free Info & Services Provided by Government Agencies
The presentation is free and open to the public. For more information about the next Public Lecture, please contact the Legal Referral Service at 212-382-4732 or LRSoutreach@nycbar.org.
The Public Lectures are sponsored by the New York City Bar Association’s Monday Night Law/Moderate Means Committee, in association with the New York City Bar Legal Referral Service. The information provided during the lecture is for information purposes only. It is not intended to be legal advice and does not create any legal representation in any way.