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Involved in the Tenant Town and Village Court Program launch in Irondequoit were numerous NY State Appellate Division Fourth Department attorneys and VLSP staff. From left: Craig Peterson, Chief Appellate Court Attorney; Christopher Larrabee, law assistant; Pauline Smith, VLSP staff paralegal; Brittany Jones, law assistant; Joseph Dinolfo, Mental Hygiene associate attorney; Karen Chung, VLSP staff attorney; Hon. James Mulley, Executive Assistant to the presiding justice; Lisa Paine, Deputy Chief Attorney at Mental Hygiene Legal Services; and Alan Ross, Deputy Clerk. (Nora A. Jones photo)
Involved in the Tenant Town and Village Court Program launch in Irondequoit were numerous NY State Appellate Division Fourth Department attorneys and VLSP staff. From left: Craig Peterson, Chief Appellate Court Attorney; Christopher Larrabee, law assistant; Pauline Smith, VLSP staff paralegal; Brittany Jones, law assistant; Joseph Dinolfo, Mental Hygiene associate attorney; Karen Chung, VLSP staff attorney; Hon. James Mulley, Executive Assistant to the presiding justice; Lisa Paine, Deputy Chief Attorney at Mental Hygiene Legal Services; and Alan Ross, Deputy Clerk. (Nora A. Jones photo)

Tenant Town Court Program debuts in Irondequoit

Penfield Town Court Judge James Mulley has seen suburban tenants facing eviction without legal representation, and recognized how markedly different the outcomes might have been if the playing field had been more even. “Most landlords have lawyers, most tenants do not,” Judge Mulley observed, catching the ear of Volunteer Legal Services Project Executive Director Sheila Gaddis. How ...

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