Legal Aid Society Conducts Post 9-11 Environmental Tests

October 25, 2002

Cleary Gottlieb advised pro bono client The Legal Aid Society during year-long environmental tests at its 90 Church Street offices.  Cleary produced a 14-volume report analyzing the test results.  The report is likely to be a critical component of the Society’s discussions with its insurers.

The Legal Aid Society is the nation’s oldest and largest provider of legal services to the indigent.  Debris from the World Trade Center collapse severely damaged the Society’s offices, which are still unoccupied.