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Center for Economic and Social Rights
Legal Work Required: Center for Economic and Social Rights seeks assistance with an immigration matter.
Mission: Center for Economic and Social Rights (www.cesr.org) works to promote social justice through human rights.
Matter No. 37-135.1
Coastal Volunteers In Medicine
Legal Work Required: Coastal Volunteers In Medicine requests assistance with structuring a captive-physician practice entity or a nurse-managed health clinic to provide health care services to underserved communities.
Mission: Coastal Volunteers In Medicine (www.coastalvim.org) provides primary, non-emergency medical services to persons without any health insurance nor Medicaid and a family income of up to 250% above the Federal Poverty level.
Matter No. 34-130.2
Connecticut Immigrant and Refugee Coalition
Legal Work Required: Connecticut Immigrant and Refugee Coalition requests assistance with review and revision of certificate of incorporation and bylaws.
Mission: Connecticut Immigrant and Refugee Coalition advocates for Immigrant Refugee Communities in Connecticut.
Matter No. 08-760.1
CT Appleseed Center for Law & Justice, Inc.
Legal Work Required: CT Appleseed Center for Law & Justice, Inc. seeks assistance with a review of the volunteer mentor policies and procedures for the CLICC program (Connecting through Literacy: Incarcerated Parents, their Children, and Caregivers), which uses literacy and mentoring to strengthen relationships between incarcerated parents and their children in Connecticut.
Mission: CT Appleseed Center for Law & Justice, Inc. works to develop solutions for the causes, rather than the symptoms, of our state's social problems. We will deploy volunteer lawyers and other professionals to achieve systemic changes through legal and legislative advocacy, negotiation, education and other initiatives.
Matter No. 08-570.2
DoughMain Financial Literacy Foundation Incorporated
Legal Work Required: DoughMain Financial Literacy Foundation Incorporated requests assistance with the preparation of charter/bylaws for an advisory board to be formed by the organization.
Mission: DoughMain Financial Literacy Foundation Incorporated (www.DMFinancialLiteracy.org) builds financial literacy in students through engaging programs delivered directly to schools and homes.
Matter No. 36-164.8
Epilepsy Society of Southern New York
Legal Work Required: The Epilepsy Society of Southern New York seeks advice on New Jersey employment law requirements for employees working in both New York and New Jersey.
Mission: The Epilepsy Society of Southern New York (www.essny.com), and its affiliated group, Capabilities Partnership, provides comprehensive support, services and education to persons with epilepsy and other challenging disabilities such as autism, cerebral palsy, mental retardation, and traumatic brain injuries.
Matter No. 29-051.024
KinderSmile Foundation, Inc.
Legal Work Required: KinderSmile Foundation, Inc. requests advice on possible structures to expand its dental health program to other parts of New Jersey and the US.
Mission: KinderSmile Foundation, Inc. (www.kindersmile.org) provides dental services and oral health education for low-income New Jersey children from ages 0-12, and for low-income pregnant women and new mothers.
Matter No. 35-168.014