Pro Bono

 

HONOR ROLL OF 
PRO BONO SERVICE PROVIDERS IN THE
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK U.S. BANKRUPTCY COURT
 
January 1, 2018 to March 31, 2018
  

Chief Judge Margaret Cangilos-Ruiz, Judge Robert E. Littlefield and Judge Diane Davis acknowledge and thank the attorneys and student practitioners listed below for their public service to the community, including parties in need of representation in the bankruptcy court.  

During the three months noted, twenty (20) attorneys and eight (8) student practitioners rendered pro bono services in thirty-eight (38) cases.  Five attorneys performed pro bono services in three or more cases, namely:  Marc S. Elrlich (4); Michael Jude O'Connor (4); Michael Toomey (4); Jonathan D. Warner (4) and Sean Patrick Moran (3).  These public-spirited attorneys offered their services gratis in fifty percent (50%) of the pro bono cases filed in the district.  In addition, several student practitioners who were inadvertently not listed last quarter are listed below. 

The listed attorneys and student practitioners filed at least one pro bono petition, represented a pro se party for a particular matter in a case, served as a public mediator or volunteered time for The Legal Project or another sponsored bankruptcy clinic.

 

 
Kim F. Lefebvre, Clerk of Court