Benjamin N. Cardozo
School of Law

Securities Arbitration Clinic
55 Fifth Avenue, Suite 1116
New York, NY 10003
(212) 790-0200, x6646
esgoldma@yu.edu

Investors should contact the clinic to see whether they fall within the clinic's eligibility guidelines.

Cornell University Law School
Securities Law Clinic
G57 Myron Taylor Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853 
(607) 254-8270
william-jacobson@lawschool.cornell.edu

Investors should contact the clinic to see whether they fall within the clinic's eligibility guidelines.

Fordham University
School of Law

Securities Arbitration Clinic
150 W. 62nd Street, 9th Floor
New York, NY  10023
(212) 636-6934
radvany@law.fordham.edu

Each request will be considered on an individual basis to see if the law school can help.

New York Law School
Securities Arbitration Clinic
New York Law School Legal Services, Inc.
185 W. Broadway
New York, NY 10013
(212) 431-2338
howard.meyers@nyls.edu

Investors should contact the clinic to see whether they fall within the clinic's eligibility guidelines. 

Elisabeth Haub School of Law
Pace University

John Jay Legal Services, Inc.
Investor Rights Clinic
80 North Broadway
Preston Hall 404
White Plains, NY 10603
(914) 422-4333
jjls@law.pace.edu

Eligibility requirements include:
  • Your household’s annual income should not exceed $100,000.
  • Your claim should not exceed $100,000.
  • You should not have any major assets (e.g. vacation homes; other non-retirement investments) except your home, your car and the investments that led to the losses in dispute.
  • You should be a resident of New York State now or have been a resident of New York State when the disputed transactions occurred
In certain circumstances, JJLS will make an exception and consider representing investors who do not meet all of the criteria listed above.  If you have not already contacted other attorneys or a lawyer referral service, we may ask you to do so.

St. John's University
School of Law

Securities Arbitration Clinic
St. Vincent De Paul Legal Program, Inc.
8000 Utopia Parkway
Belson Hall Room 2-26
Queens, NY 11439
(718) 990-6930
sac@stjohns.edu

The claim cannot exceed $100,000

The potential client cannot have any major assets except their home and car.

They must have consulted three attorneys, who have declined to represent them or a legal referral services certifies they are unlikely to obtain representation on a contengency basis.

Preference will be given to senior citizens and New York State residents.

Annual income and net worth must be within a certain range. SAC will exercise discretion and flexibility based upon individual circumstances regarding annual income, claim amount and net worth.

Syracuse University
College of Law

Securities Arbitration & Consumer Law Clinic
Office of Clinical Legal Education
PO Box 6543
Dineen Hall
Betty and Michael D. Wohl Clinic
Suite 200
Syracuse, NY 13217
(315) 443-4582
Toll Free: (888) 797-5291
gjpieple@law.syr.edu

Each request for representation will be considered individually to determine eligibility in terms of household income and amount of claim. Clinic may waive eligibiligy guidelines if investor cannot obtain legal representation.