In an effort to consider all sides of what constitutes an appropriate separation of powers, the Rockefeller Institute and the Government Law Center at Albany Law School host this forum in which some of New York State's top legal and government scholars and leading actors in showdowns in recent years will provide an account of what led to and occurred as a result of this landmark case and why, as well as discuss potential ways that budget gridlock can be avoided.
Registration is required by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join Dean Alicia Ouellette '94 in a Cinco de Mayo themed reception!
Generously hosted by Trustee Tom Mullin '76, Vice President and General Counsel, Constellation Brands
A presentation by the Assessment Committee
Professor Huntington, of Fordham University School of Law, will discuss her book "Failure to Flourish: How Law Undermines Family Relationships." A book signing reception will follow in the West Foyer.
A presentation by Christine Chung
Professor Melissa Breger will deliver a lecture on "Healing Trafficked Children: A Domestic Family Law Approach to an International Epidemic." Reception to follow.
A presentation by Douglas Cox,Associate Professor and the International Law Librarian,CUNY School of Law
The Government Law Center presents "Clean Tech Talks: Licensing University Technology" with Heather Hage, Esq., Senior Director, Innovation and Partnerships, The Research Foundation for SUNY
A presentation by Evelyn Tenenbaum and Sarah Ricks,Clinical Professor- Rutgers Law
40th Annual Meeting of the New York African Studies Association; co-sponsored by Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Albany Law School and Union College
Moderator Hon. Mae D’Agostino, U.S. District JudgeHon. Gerald Walpin, Former U.S. Inspector GeneralNadine Strossen, Professor, New York Law School
The event is open to the public
A presentation by Harris Freeman,Professor of Legal Research and Writing,Western New England School of Law
A presentation by Meredith R. Miller, Associate Professor of Law & Director of Solo & Small Practice Initiatives,Touro Law Center
A presentation by Sarah Rogerson, Connie Mayer, and Ray Brescia
A presentation by Professors Nancy Maurer, Rosemary Queenan, Mary Lynch, Steve Gottlieb, and Peter Halewood
A presentation by Professor Stephen Gottlieb.
A scholarship workshop for faculty seeking tenure.
A presentation by Professor Sarah Boonin, Suffolk University Law School
Join Acting Dean Alicia Ouellette '94 and NAA President Amy Kellogg '02 in a celebration of Albany Law's most recent bar passers. Held on the evening before the formal Admission Ceremony convened by the New York State Supreme Court, Appellate Division, Third Dept.
Fifteen New York law schools and the N.Y. State Dept. of Veterans' Affairs will assess how the state's law schools can best provide assistance to the veterans. Luncheon keynote: Alphonso David, N.Y. State Deputy Secretary and Counsel for Civil Rights
Presentation by Professor Robert Heverly
The full-day program, sponsored by NYSBA and the Albany Law
Journal of Science & Technology, has been scheduled for Wednesday,
September 17, 2014, at Albany Law School, from 12:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. with
registration beginning at 12:00 noon. The program will carry 4.0
Admissions/Career Services Assistant
Presenters: Prof. Vin Bonventre, Albany Law School; Assoc. Dean Alicia Ouellette '94, Albany Law School; The Hon. Randolph Treece '76, U.S. Magistrate Judge, Northern District NY; Prof. John Q. Barrett, St. John's University Law School and Jackson Center Fellow; moderated by the Hon. Albert Rosenblatt, Court of Appeals (ret.) Cosponsored by The Historical Society of New York Courts.
2 Professional Practice CLE Credits Available
Nina Chernoff, Associate Professor, CUNY School
The Director of Student Programs for the N.Y. State Senate will be in the Career Center to discuss the Legislative Fellowship Program. These positions are post-graduate job opportunities that are available for third-year students.
Regional competition among several high school teams to compete in the state competition, and ultimately the national competition
in Washington, DC.
Andrea Pike, Sage Colleges
Students from the Class of 2013 will talk about their experience preparing for the Bar. They will discuss study tips, recommend good habits to adopt, and suggest ways to discover your own personal preferences for effective preparation. Professor Pat Connors will moderate the panel.
Bond Schoeneck & King's Women's Initiative present a panel discussion: "Leaning in" in the Real World. The panel will explore ways to reframe issues that women confront everyday. Panelists are: Penelope Andrews, President & Dean, Albany Law School; Bonny Boice, President, BGB Consulting, former Executive Vice President of the Research Foundation; and Denise Gonick '91, President and CEO, MVP Health Care
This dynamic, interdisciplinary training conference will bring together scholars and practitioners from the fields of psychology, social/legal advocacy, alternative dispute resolution, prevention, and the judiciary to offer in-depth presentations on the history of domestic violence in our culture, our current state of knowledge, and suggestions for furthering our understanding and improving advocacy in circumstances of family violence.
Approved for 4 CLE credits for attorneys. Approved for 6 CE credits for social workers. All attendees will receive certificates of attendance.