For more than a decade, Lisa M. Nousek has served as a partner with Boies, Schiller & Flexner LLP, based in Armonk, New York. In conjunction with her legal practice, Lisa M. Nousek is an active member of the New York State Bar Association.
New York residents now have a new tool at their disposal when they need to find a nearby lawyer that can help with their specific legal issues. The New York State Bar Association, in a joint effort with Legal.io, has launched a web portal that individuals can use round-the-clock.
The new website, nysbalris.legal.io, offers a simple, confidential process. Clients will need to fill out a brief questionnaire highlighting their specific legal questions, and to provide the area of New York State in which they currently reside. NYSBA staff will review the responses and refer issues to attorneys practicing in close proximity to the customers. The referral service is offered at no cost to users. There is a $35 fee if a client chooses to have a 30-minute consultation with a lawyer referred through the site. There is, however, no obligation to retain that specific lawyer as counsel.
New York State Bar Association
A partner at Boies, Schiller & Flexner LLP, Lisa M. Nousek practices complex civil litigation and commercial law. Active in her broader professional community, Lisa M. Nousek maintains membership in the New York State Bar Association, which will hold its 13th Annual International Estate Planning Institute on March 23 and 24, 2017.
The 13th Annual International Estate Planning Institute will take place at the Crowne Plaza Times Square in New York City. The event brings together estate and trust practitioners, investment advisors, tax attorneys, accountants, and bankers from around the globe to listen as the leading thinkers in their fields discuss developments in a number of areas related to estate planning, including cross-border planning. In addition, the event will provide opportunities for attendees to network and ask faculty questions related to estate planning.
The institute offers attendees 13 Minimum Continuing Legal Education credits, 12 in the Professional Practice category and one in the area of Ethics. Further, certified public accountants in New York and New Jersey can earn two Continuing Professional Education credits.