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McGregor Smyth

Founding Managing Attorney of the Civil Action Practice and the Director of Reentry Net

The Bronx Defenders

HQ Phone:  (718) 838-7878

Direct Phone: (718) ***-****direct phone

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The Bronx Defenders

360 East 161st Street

The Bronx, New York,10451

United States

Company Description

The Bronx Defenders brings together interdisciplinary work groups combining criminal defense and civil lawyers, client advocates, investigators, and family court advocates in order to address not just the immediate criminal case, but the host of issues that dr...more

Background Information

Employment History

Executive Director

NYLPI


Affiliations

New York City Policing Roundtable

Advisory Board


Civil Action Project

Founder


Education

Yale Law School


undergraduate degree

History

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


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Staff | New York Lawyers for the Public Interest

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McGregor Smyth - Executive Director
McGregor Smyth - Executive Director McGregor Smyth is the Executive Director at NYLPI. In addition to his experience building and leading legal programs, McGregor has represented thousands of clients on a wide range of civil rights, immigration, and civil legal services matters, including numerous class actions. Before joining NYLPI in 2013, he was the founding Managing Attorney of the Civil Action Practice and the Director of Reentry Net at The Bronx Defenders, pioneering the integration of civil and criminal defense services for indigent people in the criminal and family justice systems. A graduate of Yale Law School and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, McGregor clerked for Chief Judge Charles Sifton, United States District Court, Eastern District of New York and was awarded the Skadden Fellowship to join The Bronx Defenders in 2000 and establish the civil practice. A recipient of the Kutak-Dodds Prize from the National Legal Aid and Defender Association, the Legal Aid Society Pro Bono Award, and the Arthur Liman Public Interest Law Fellowship, McGregor has published multiple articles on the need for and design of holistic legal services and the so-called collateral consequences of criminal justice involvement.


Staff | New York Lawyers for the Public Interest

www.nylpi.org [cached]

McGregor Smyth - Executive Director
McGregor Smyth - Executive Director McGregor Smyth is the Executive Director at NYLPI. In addition to his experience building and leading legal programs, McGregor has represented thousands of clients on a wide range of civil rights, immigration, and civil legal services matters, including numerous class actions. Before joining NYLPI in 2013, he was the founding Managing Attorney of the Civil Action Practice and the Director of Reentry Net at The Bronx Defenders, pioneering the integration of civil and criminal defense services for indigent people in the criminal and family justice systems. A graduate of Yale Law School and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, McGregor clerked for Chief Judge Charles Sifton, United States District Court, Eastern District of New York and was awarded the Skadden Fellowship to join The Bronx Defenders in 2000 and establish the civil practice. A recipient of the Kutak-Dodds Prize from the National Legal Aid and Defender Association, the Legal Aid Society Pro Bono Award, and the Arthur Liman Public Interest Law Fellowship, McGregor has published multiple articles on the need for and design of holistic legal services and the so-called collateral consequences of criminal justice involvement.


Advisory Board

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McGregor Smyth
McGregor is the Managing Attorney of the Civil Action Practice, and the Director of Reentry Net at the Bronx Defenders. McGregor established the Civil Action Project in 2000 and has extensive practical experience helping clients cope with the consequences of criminal proceedings and facilitating civil-defender collaborations. On behalf of his clients, he has advocated or litigated in nearly every venue in New York City - administrative, state, and federal. Prior to joining The Bronx Defenders, he graduated from Yale Law School, where he represented clients for two years as a student director of the Community Legal Services clinic. He then served as a law clerk for the Hon. Charles P. Sifton, then-Chief Judge of the Eastern District of New York. He is a recipient of the Arthur Liman Public Interest Law Fellowship, the Legal Aid Society Pro Bono Publico Award, and the Skadden Fellowship. He serves on the New York State Bar Association Special Committee on Collateral Consequences of Criminal Proceedings, the New York County Lawyers' Association Task Force on Criminal Courts, the Social Welfare Committee of the New York City Bar.


ICARE, nyicare.org

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McGregor Smyth is the Project Director and Supervising Attorney of the Civil Action Project at The Bronx Defenders, a public defender agency in New York City that provides integrated criminal and civil legal and social services to indigent people accused of crimes in the Bronx . McGregor established the Civil Action Project, which offers comprehensive legal and social services to clients, in 2000 and has extensive practical experience helping clients cope with the consequences of criminal proceedings.
McGregor represents clients at every jurisdictional level, and trains advocates nationally on these hidden sanctions, with a focus on facilitating civil-defender collaborations. In addition, in partnership with Pro Bono Net, McGregor is leading the development of Reentry Net at www.reentry.net, a collaborative network and online training and support center. McGregor serves on the New York State Bar Association's Special Committee on Collateral Consequences of Criminal Proceedings, the Association of the Bar of the City of New York 's Social Welfare Law Committee, and the Advisory Board of the New York City Policing Roundtable.


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