September 24, 2012
I have worked with inMotion as an in-house extern, a law firm pro bono attorney, an event volunteer, a donor and as a junior advisory board member. inMotion's model for providing much-needed legal services to an extremely vulnerable population is truly outstanding. By providing informative training and regular supervision, inMotion is able to manage thousands of cases with a relatively small, but highly efficient and knowledgeable legal staff. Because they found inMotion, my clients have (1) acquired immigration status; (2) kept custody of their children; (3) achieved financial security; and (4) legally (and emotionally and physically) separated from their husbands, many of whom abused and threatened them and their children for years. By working with major law firms in NYC, inMotion is uniquely able to guarantee that the women it serves receive highly sophisticated, professional legal advice regardless of their means, experience, language, or immigration status. This is a wonderful organization.
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