Our Mission: Empowerment through education
to fight poverty and seek racial, social, and economic justice.
We seek to create inclusive learning environments that are participant centered, interactive, accessible, and take into account different learning styles, different professional backgrounds, and different methods of engagement.
We’re the largest poverty law educational program in the country.
Our instructors bring extensive depth and breadth of expertise, and include Legal Services NYC experts, law school professors, and leading thinkers from NYC’s public interest and private bar.
The Justice Learning Center is a critical part of Legal Services NYC, which fights poverty and seeks racial, social, and economic justice for New Yorkers that have low-income. For nearly 50 years, LSNYC has challenged systemic injustice and helped clients meet basic needs for housing, access to high-quality education, health care, family stability, and income and economic security. LSNYC is the largest civil legal services provider in the country, with deep roots in all of the communities we serve. Our neighborhood-based offices and outreach sites across all five boroughs help more than 80,000 New Yorkers annually.
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We are committed to ensuring that the Justice Learning Center site is accessible to all users and dedicated to improving our functionality and design.
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Doreen Odom – Director of Legal Education and Professional Development
Robert Marin - Training Program & Production Assistant
Anthony Navarrete - Training Program Associate