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New York Gets First Private Law Firm Dedicated to Representing Religious Institutions

Citing what it sees as the underserving of the religious community by the legal fraternity, Nelson Madden Black LLP, a new law firm based in New York City billed itself Tuesday as the first private law firm dedicated specifically to the legal representation of religious institutions and individuals in New York.
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