This March, law schools in New York State are embracing the importance of access to justice and launching a state-wide effort, March for Justice, involving events throughout the state to highlight the critical role lawyers play in our democracy, in preserving the rule of law, and promoting and preserving civil and human rights. The event features: James
Sandman, President of the U.S. Legal Services Corporation, the federal
agency that funds free legal services to low-income communities throughout the
United States; City of Albany Mayor Kathy Sheehan ’94; Joanne Macri ’94, the
Director of Regional Initiatives at the New York State Office of Indigent Legal
Services; Lillian Moy, Executive Director of The Legal Aid Society of
Northeast New York; and Glinnesa Gailliard ’07, Legal Counsel for CDPHP. 2 free CLE credits available.
3:00 P.M. - 5:00 P.M.
- Location: Albany Law School