The latest on Sanctuary for Families
Grace Jabbari, who accused the actor of assaulting her in a car, was herself arrested on a countercomplaint. Ross Kramer, Director of Sanctuary's Incarcerated Gender Violence Survivors Initiative, is representing Jabbari in this case.
Sanctuary Executive Director Judy Harris Kluger is named one of New York's leading nonprofit executives in City & State NY's 2023 Nonprofit Power 100.
The abuse may be tied to factors such as “crowded conditions” at the hotel, along with migrants’ traumatic backgrounds, said Dorchen Leidholdt, Director of Sanctuary's Legal Center.
Sanctuary provides free immigration legal consultation at Harlem’s Mid-Manhattan Adult Learning Center, which has seen an increase in African migrants seeking services.
Sanctuary was invited to participate in the planning and execution of an anti-trafficking operation in East New York—likely the largest of its kind targeting pimps and sex buyers New York has ever seen.
Karen R. King, a partner at Morvillo Abramowitz Grand Iason & Anello PC, is being recognized in part for her work with Sanctuary for Families to assist survivors of gender-based violence.
Duke student Khilan Walker reflects on the opportunity to spend the summer working on child policy issues in New York as an intern for Sanctuary for Families.
According to Sanctuary for Families, 70% of femicide cases in the world take place in the U.S., and three women are killed every day in the U.S. by an intimate partner.
Cleary Gottlieb has received the New York State Bar Association’s (NYSBA) 2023 President’s Pro Bono Service Award for the Large Law Firm category. Cleary was co-nominated by Lawyers Alliance for New York, The Legal Aid Society, and New York Lawyers for the Public Interest, supported by The Bronx Defenders, Sanctuary for Families, and Start Small Think Big.