The National Center for Access to Justice, along with the Pfizer Legal Alliance, is conducting a research study on the help available to self-represented litigants in Kings County Family Court in Brooklyn, New York. This study, part of the ongoing Access to Justice Index by the National Center for Access to Justice, includes public interest law groups, corporate law groups, 15 participating law firms and many law students. The study will focus on the work done by the Family Court Support Magistrates in family law cases such as child support and custody cases.
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