Abraham B. Krieger, Chair of the Real Estate practice group and Member of the Corporate Finance Law practice of Meyer, Suozzi, English & Klein, P.C, based in the Garden City office, has been selected to join the Nassau Suffolk Law Services Advisory Council. The Council is comprised of volunteers devoted to providing legal services for Long Islanders in need. He also chairs the Grievance Committee for 10th District, 2nd Dept. Appellate Division.
Krieger has a history of contributing his legal expertise to communal service causes. He has been recognized as Nassau Suffolk Law Services Pro Bono Attorney of the Month and received Nassau County Bar Association’s Pro Bono Award for services to the Volunteer Lawyers Project. He continues his volunteer work with the VLP representing indigent parties in court. A long-time member of the Great Neck Chambers of Commerce Executive Board, he has also served as Counsel to the American Gathering of Jewish Holocaust Survivors since 1978. Krieger also served on the Advisory Committee of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum for 10 years.
Nassau Suffolk Law Services (NSLS) was the first Legal Services Corporation program in New York State and is currently one of the largest providers of free civil legal assistance in the state. In addition to providing legal support to low income, disabled and disadvantaged individuals, NSLS also advises churches, agencies and grass roots organizations dedicated to poverty. Meyer Suozzi’ s A. Thomas Levin, Chair of the Local Government, Land Use and Environmental Compliance practice and the Professional Responsibility practices, serves as the Chair of the Nassau Suffolk Law Services Advisory Council. Other Meyer Suozzi members include Andrew J. Turro, Chair of the Equine & Racing Law practice and part of the firm’s Litigation and Employment practices.