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Judith Goldiner

The Legal Aid Society
Attorney in Charge, Civil Law Reform Unit
New York, NY, USA

Judith Goldiner is the Attorney in Charge of the Law Reform Unit of the Civil Practice of the Legal Aid Society ("LAS"), the oldest and largest legal services program in the country.  She supervises the four units of the Law Reform Unit: public benefits, housing, homeless rights, and prisoner's rights, including four supervisors, thirteen staff attorneys, and four paralegals. She continues to develops and litigate an extensive housing law reform docket in state and federal courts, provides litigation assistance to Legal Aid's trial office attorneys, advocates at the state, city and federal level, including preparing and presenting testimony before the New York State Legislature, New York City Council, and numerous administrative agencies, conducts training for judges, attorneys, advocates and laypeople, participates in press conferences and media interviews, and supervises an extensive roster of pro-bono attorneys.


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