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Marc Borbely

Attorney

Neighborhood Legal Services Inc

HQ Phone:  (716) 847-0650

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Neighborhood Legal Services Inc

295 Main Street Ste. 495

Buffalo, New York,14203

United States

Company Description

Neighborhood Legal Services is a free provider of civil legal assistance for low income residents of Essex County, Massachusetts. Part of a larger national network of legal services providers, NLS helps our area's low income residents with legal problems invol... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Founding Principal

DC Tenants' Rights Center


Washington Lawyers


Director

FixOurSchools.net


Staff Attorney

Neighborhood Legal Services Program


Founding Editor

The Corner


Affiliations

DC Statehood Green Party

Member


Dear School

Board Member


H Street Main Street

Board Member


Fairview Halfway House for Women

Community Relations Advisory Board


Education

B.S.

biochemistry

Yale University


J.D.

UDC


J.D.

University of the District of Columbia - David A. Clarke School of Law


Web References(84 Total References)


Workers' Rights Board Takes on Wage Theft | DC Jobs with Justice

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Jacob Feinspan, Executive Director of Jews United for Justice, recalled the biblical tradition of organizing exemplified in the book of Exodus and noted that "we must connect the individual injustices with the larger systemic problems."rnrnOther Workers' Rights Board members present included: Christine Hart-Wright, Executive Director of Strive DC; Rev. Donald Robinson of First Baptist Church in Petworth; Marc Borbely, attorney with Neighborhood Legal Services; Rabbi Bob Saks of Interfaith Worker Justice of Greater Washington; and ward 8 activist Eugene DeWitt Kinlow. rn


Workers' Rights Board Takes on Wage Theft | DC Jobs with Justice

www.dcjwj.org [cached]

Other Workers' Rights Board members present included: Christine Hart-Wright, Executive Director of Strive DC; Rev. Donald Robinson of First Baptist Church in Petworth; Marc Borbely, attorney with Neighborhood Legal Services; Rabbi Bob Saks of Interfaith Worker Justice of Greater Washington; and ward 8 activist Eugene DeWitt Kinlow.


Marc Borbely, petition against school closings, May 16, 2006

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Marc Borbely, FixOurSchools.net
Marc Borbely (FixOurSchools.net)


Marc Borbely, open letter on school closing process, March 26, 2006

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Marc Borbely, FixOurSchools.net
Marc Borbely, director, FixOurSchools.net


www.nlsp.org

Marc Borbely, a staff attorney in the Southeast Office, joined NLSP in September 2008.
He focuses on helping tenants assert their legal rights, so they can avoid eviction, or the loss of housing subsidies. Marc serves as a mentor for the D.C. Bar Pro Bono Program, supporting pro bono attorneys representing tenants in Landlord-Tenant court. Marc holds a B.S. in biochemistry from Yale University, and a J.D. from the UDC - David A. Clarke School of Law. He has lived in the District since 1999. Before becoming a lawyer, Marc was a high school teacher in the D.C. and Oakland public schools, a journalist, and an elected Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner in DC. He speaks German and French and some Spanish. He is a member of the D.C. Bar. Marc wants to live in a society in which all of us, no matter our wealth or income, can use the legal system to assert our rights, and can use the political and legislative systems to shape the rules that govern us. He joined NLSP to be part of building such a system.


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