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  • March 2, 2015 - REDEEM Legal Service Clinic. 
    VLJ is honored that Senator Booker put his trust in us and chose VLJ and a VLJ expungement clinic at which to announce his proposed reentry legislation, the Record Expungement Designed to Enhance Employment Act (the REDEEM Act).  The Act is designed to help break the current cycle of rearrest and reentry that makes our communities less safe, costs taxpayers billions of dollars each year and denies deserving citizens the chance to become productive members of society.  After Senator Booker introduced his legislation, VLJ’s reentry attorney, Karen Robinson, presented a tutorial to a standing room only crowd including dignitaries, community groups and clients seeking expungements . After the seminar, VLJ volunteer attorneys from McCarter & English and Gibbons met one on one with clients, providing counsel and advice and expungement assistance. 

    VLJ is enormously grateful to Senator Booker for initiating this important legislation and for putting the spotlight on those who currently face enormous obstacles to bettering their lives, supporting their families, and successfully reentering their communities.     

  • Photos from EVENT!

    Thank you to those of you who supported VLJ's 2014 Gala to help fund our free legal programs for the underserved! It was a privilege honoring PSEG, William E. Frese and the late Judge Morris "Mickey" Stern. Thank you to our incredible client, Jason Baker, a veteran who served three tours of duty, for speaking about his difficulties and the services he received through VLJ. CLICK HERE for photos from this year's event.

    The Supreme Court of New Jersey has adopted two new court rules relating to pro bono practice along with conforming amendments to the Rules of Professional Conduct and various court rules. The new rules and rule changes,with minor modifications made the Court, were recommended by the New Jersey State Bar Association's Pro Bono Task Force " order to clarify, streamline, and encourage pro bono practice..." The Task Force was formed to make recommendations to increase the provision of pro bono services in the state. The final Report "Closing the Justice Gap" was issued May 2012 and was unanimously adopted by the Board of Trustees of the NJSBA. For a copy of the report CLICK HERE. For a copy of the rules and conforming amendments, effective January 1, 2015, CLICK HERE.

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