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Legal Aid Tests New Style of Advocacy in Harlem

By Tom Perrotta

The Legal Aid Society of New York's Greater Harlem office last fall began using an "integrated services" model in representing clients. Approaching clients with attorneys representing various areas of practice, including both civil and criminal, is one step toward implementing a vision of a "full-service" law firm for the poor.

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