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The Holocaust Survivors Justice Network of Bet Tzedek

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Alan Randall Steinberg is a federal immigration lawyer* in Los Angeles, California. His previous work as a public affairs and government relations professional led to his appointment as Chair of the State Advocacy Committee for the Southern California Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association for the 2015-2016 year. He was appointed to the Association's Federal Advocacy Committee for 2016-2017. In addition to his professional endeavors, Alan Randall Steinberg's is significantly involved in his community. One of the organizations for Alan Randall Steinberg has volunteered is Bet Tzedek Legal Services.

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The Holocaust Survivors Justice Network of Bet Tzedek

  1. 1. THE HOLOCAUST SURVIVORS JUSTICE NETWORK OF BET TZEDEK Alan Randall Steinberg
  2. 2. Introduction  Alan Randall Steinberg is a federal immigration lawyer* in Los Angeles, California. His previous work as a public affairs and government relations professional led to his appointment as Chair of the State Advocacy Committee for the Southern California Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association for the 2015-2016 year. He was appointed to the Association's Federal Advocacy Committee for 2016-2017. In addition to his professional endeavors, Alan Randall Steinberg's is significantly involved in his community. One of the organizations for Alan Randall Steinberg has volunteered is Bet Tzedek Legal Services. A 501(c)(3) nonprofit, Bet Tzedek has been providing free legal services for low-income individuals and families for approximately four decades.
  3. 3. Holocaust Survivors Justice Network  The organization established its Holocaust Survivors Justice Network in 2008 to connect pro bono attorneys with Holocaust survivors who seek reparations from Germany. Over the years, the Holocaust Survivors Justice Network (HSJN) has assisted more than 5,000 survivors and recovered more than $11 million in reparations. Within the next five years, the HSJN estimates that it will recover an additional $179 million or more. HSJN currently operates in more than 30 cities across the United States. In order to expand its outreach, the organization works with a wide range of government agencies, law firms, and corporate legal departments. *Licensed in Pennsylvania only, not a member of California Bar. Practice limited to federal immigration and nationality law.

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