The search of a lawyer is necessitated by incidences marred by stress and a lot of pressure. It is the wish of any individual facing a legal process to get a helping hand in finding a qualified lawyer to handle the process. Luckily for New Yorkers in need of legal services, the New York State Bar Association recently extended that much-needed helping hand through its Lawyer Referral and Information Service (LRIS). In conjunction with Legal.io, LRIS developed an online portal that helps New Yorker to access legal services from legal experts within the city easily.
Why the Portal Is Good For New Yorkers
The online portal is a reliable and confidential platform for acquiring legal services. The ideal thing about it is that all lawyers practicing under LRIS are all scrutinized and approved by the New York Bar Association; this assures clients of the lawyers’ credibility. Among the lawyers practicing under the bar association is Jeremy Goldstein. Legal.io, on the other hand, is a reputable tech company that has an impressive record of offering quality tech solutions to the New York legal industry.
About convenience, the online platform will be available for 24 hours a day, seven days a week. This complemented by the already existing telephone service will go a long way in solving many legal problems in the city.
How to Use the Portal
The portal is also very easy to use. Clients begin by filling a questionnaire that is readily available on https://nysbalris.legal.io. Important details about the legal issue are all filled in the questionnaire. The state bar then goes through the questionnaire and after understanding the whole issue, clients are matched with the right lawyers qualified to handle their particular cases. Matching clients to lawyers is not a new thing for the state bar since it has been doing the same over the last three decades.
Jeremy Goldstein currently practices under Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates, LLC where he is a partner. He has previously practiced under Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz.
Goldstein completed his legal course at the New York University School of Law in 1999. Prior to pursuing law, Goldstein had pursued a BA and an MBA in Art History.
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