The New Jersey State Bar Association will be a part of the fourth Union City Law Day on Sept. 21 at Union City High School.
More than 95% of Union City residents are Spanish-speaking and many are not fluent in English. The NJSBA seeks bilingual, Spanish-speaking attorneys to provide assistance in the following areas of law: immigration, guardianship for children, landlord-tenant, divorce, domestic violence restraining orders, criminal law/expungements and criminal law/victim’s rights. For those who are not bilingual, interpreters will be available, so please do not hesitate to volunteer.
The event is held in conjunction with state Senator and Union City Mayor Brian Stack, the Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey, the Hudson County Bar Association and the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office.
The main part of the program is in the school gymnasium, where the participants will have the opportunity to speak to a lawyer one-on-one. Many volunteers bring business cards, as attendees will often follow-up after the program for direct representation.
Please volunteer by emailing [email protected].
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 7, 2023
Contact: Thomas Nobile
Director of Communications