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New blog post, "Ten Things to Do if Damaged by a Hurricane," provides general information CBJC developed after Sandy hit New York in 2012: bit.ly/2wNojJ1

The list includes taking pictures or video of any damage to your property, determining if you are eligible for FEMA, and other steps to establishing security during this destructive hurricane season.

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CBJC is hiring an Administrative Manager.

Click here to view the full job description and to apply: t.co/TXzDllrYaG
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The City Bar Justice Center’s Anti-Harassment Project held a CLE on June 27 entitled Assisting Victims of Discriminatory Harassment. The program trained 55 attorneys on how to use New York City’s discriminatory harassment law.

Discriminatory harassment is an act or acts using threats, intimidation, harassment, coercion or violence that: (1) interferes with the victim’s civil or constitutional rights; and (2) is motivated in part by the victim’s actual or perceived race, creed, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability, alienage, citizenship status, or other protected status.

Read more: bit.ly/2wBfsHs

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New on Justice Center News: bit.ly/2tNNRGo

If adverse action is proposed or taken against a transgender service member in violation of the existing rules of the Department of Defense, such individual is strongly encouraged to consult an attorney familiar with military law. Civil legal aid attorneys, such as those directing the City Bar Justice Center’s LGBT Advocacy and Veterans Assistance Projects, are available to assist any transgender service member who may be adversely impacted or who may have questions or concerns regarding their rights.

To contact CBJC’s LGBT Advocacy and Veterans Assistance Projects, please call the intake lines below:

LGBT Advocacy Project: (212) 382-6766
Veterans Assistance Project: (212) 382-4722
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