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Statements and Letters
NYCLA 2020 Statements and Letters

June 2020
Civil Rights Committee and Criminal Justice Section Issue Joint Statement to Governor Cuomo on the repeal of 50-a

Press Release
NYCLA 2020 Press Releases

June 2020
New York County Lawyers Association Announces Winners of the 26th Annual Honorable Richard Lee Price New York City Public High School Essay Contest