Giving Back to the Community
At the Siegel Law Firm, we believe that it is important to give back to the community. Our Founder and Lead Attorney, Bradley Siegel, is committed to helping those in need, regardless of their ability to pay. He is on the board of several non-profit charitable organizations and is the incoming President of the Brandeis Association, a Queen, New York-based Legal organization for Jewish legal professionals and students, whose mission includes fighting antisemitism on college campuses and wherever it exists.
The Siegel Law Firm is proud to support the community in this way. We believe that it is important to give back to those who are less fortunate, and we are committed to making a difference in the world.
Life’s Angels is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation created to help make a difference in the lives of people who have been “dealt a tough hand” in life. Formed in 2017 by a group of recreational poker players, Life’s Angels raises funds by hosting a series of charity poker tournaments and other fundraisers culminating in an annual No-Limit Hold’em Charity Poker Tournament.
Life's Angels aims to give back to our local community by helping people struggling with health, education, family issues, or other unfortunate circumstances in their lives. Over the past years, we have sponsored summer camps and school tuition for children in need, donated money and equipment to beneficiaries suffering from crippling health care bills, volunteered time and money for local food banks, given away toys and food during the holidays, and more.
The Brandeis Association is a Queens County Bar Association of Jewish legal professionals.
Founded in 1969, the Brandeis Association’s mission is to encourage friendship and culture among our members, to foster respect for the law and legal institutions, and to vigorously assert our interest in justice and fair play in the County of Queens and the City and State of New York.
The Brandeis Association is a voluntary bar association; therefore, our membership includes Jewish lawyers and judges who live, practice or preside in the Borough of Queens. Our goal is to bring our community together and engage with legal and social issues that have an impact on the Jewish members of the legal profession, our community in Queens County as well as the larger Jewish community as a whole.
Our religious values and traditions are at the forefront of who we are as legal professionals, members of our community, and individuals.
Bradley Siegel is the incoming President of the Brandeis Association.
Nassau Suffolk Law Services
Nassau Suffolk Law Services is highly experienced in poverty law and, from their beginnings, has focused on cases dealing with the survival needs of people with low incomes, involving shelter, food, healthcare, and family issues.
Public benefit programs and the preservation of housing are priority areas. They help clients combat their serious housing problems, especially evictions, poor housing conditions, and foreclosures. They are also committed to ensuring that government benefits, particularly public assistance, Medicaid, SNAP benefits (food stamps), SSI, and emergency services, including temporary shelter, are provided fairly to eligible people.
Given the significant prevalence of homelessness on Long Island, they have devoted a large portion of our resources to preserving housing.
Bradley Siegel is the chair of the advisory board for the NSLS.