Director, New York and Fairfield County, CT, Program
Maurice K. Segall, Director, New York and Fairfield County, CT, Program (New York Office), has been with the Partnership for 22 years. He provides direct legal services to nonprofit groups, coordinates and supervises the work of staff and volunteer attorneys, and frequently lectures on legal issues for nonprofits and attorneys.
He currently serves as a Board Member of the Nonprofit Association of Westchester, as well as serving on the Advisory Boards of Family and Children’s Agency and Circle of Care for Children with Cancer. He previously served on the Advisory Board for the Fairfield County’s Community Foundation Center for Nonprofit Excellence, and on the Board of Directors of several other nonprofits including the Wilton Library, Family and Children’s Agency, the Connecticut Consortium for Law and Citizenship Education, Connecticut Legal Services, and Curtain Call. He is the founder of the Fairfield County Bar Association High School Mock Trial Competition, overseeing that program for 30 years. He is a recipient of the Liberty Bell Award from the Stamford/Norwalk Regional Bar for outstanding community service, the first practicing attorney ever to receive this honor.
Maurice is admitted to the bar in New York and Connecticut. He is a graduate of the University of Delaware and Albany Law School of Union University.