The New York State Bar Association has given New Yorkers a reason to smile. Through its trusted Lawyer Referral Information Service (LRIS), the bar association has opened a window for people in need of litigation services in New York to conveniently contact lawyers online. The window came in the form of a 24-hour online portal that complements the already existing telephone service. Through the portal, New Yorkers can be connected to lawyers with the necessary expertise to handle, among other legal issues, criminal cases, compliance issues, and will writing. All lawyers practicing under LRIS are highly qualified and ethical, having been approved by the bar association. The online portal was developed by legal.io, a premier technological firm based in New York.
New York State Bar Association and its LRIS
For the 35 years that it has existed, the LRIS has assisted many lawyers to grow in the legal practice by providing them with a platform to reach out to a large clientele. Currently, the organization connects tens of thousands of New Yorkers to legal experts. Its parent organization, the New York State Bar Association, is the largest state bar association in the United States. The organization boasts more than 70,000 registered lawyers, including the brightest legal minds in the country such as Jeremy Goldstein of Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates LLC.
About Jeremy L. Goldstein
Jeremy L. Goldstein is a renowned American Legal practitioner and a member of the New York Bar Association. He mainly focuses on offering legal advisory services to companies’ management teams and large business owners, especially in matters of executive compensation and governance. Jeremy is a partner at Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates LLC.
Jeremy Goldstein’s experience in the legal industry stretches to over 15 years, having acquired his Juris Doctor in 1999 from the prestigious New York School of Law. Prior to joining law school, Goldstein had pursued a bachelor’s and a master’s degree from Cornell University and the University of Chicago respectively.