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Jeremy Goldstein: An Experienced and Respected Lawyer

The New York body in charge of assigning and referring lawyers, (LRIS) has come up with a new system to provide assistance to individuals seeking legal assistance any time of day or night. The portal that is available on their website allows an individual to find access to a huge number of lawyers.


A person is required to visit the website (portal) and fill a confidential form regarding their issue, later on, the State Bar will match the issue against the most appropriate lawyer. In case the individual is from within the 17 counties, and then the State Bar will send the issue to the county which the individual resides. Only $35 is charged when meeting the lawyer for the first 30 minutes with the exceptions listed on the site, and after the case one is not obliged to keep the lawyers.


About Jeremy Goldstein


Jeremy Goldstein has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Cornell University. He also attended the University of Chicago and earned his Masters. In addition to that, he is an alumni of the New York University School of Law. Jeremy Goldstein is currently a partner in Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates, LLC, a law firm giving advice to various compensation committees. He is the head of the subcommittee (Mergers & Acquisition) of the Executive Committee of the American Bar Association Business Department


Jeremy Goldstein worked at Wachtell and Lipton. He also worked at Rosen & Katz where he worked as a partner. He was also an associate at Shearman & Sterling LLP. Jeremy Goldstein has actively practiced law for over 15 years, hence, he is very experienced in the line of duty. He is known to make articles and have talks on matters concerning compensation.


Jeremy Goldstein is involved in charity works; he is an active participating leader in the Make-A-Wish Foundation, a foundation that is dedicated to seeing the recovery of people with any form of mental disorders.


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