In the News

  • Professor Connors was interviewed for the article "NYRA turns it around" in the Schenectady, N.Y., Daily Gazette.

  • Professor Rogerson was interviewed for a segment on "Feds looking for a place to house immigrant kids" by WRGB CBS 6 News.

  • Professor Bonventre talked about recent Supreme Court decisions, including Hobby Lobby, with Susan Arbetter on the Capitol Pressroom.

  • Professor Connors was quoted for "More transparency sought from New York stewards" in the Daily Racing Form.

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Recognition

  • Dean Andrews was recently named to Lawyers of Color's Third Annual Power List.

  • Professor Young has been named to the Lawyers of Color 50 Under 50 list and will be featured in a special issue.

  • Professor Tenenbaum was appointed to the Ethics Review Committee at Albany Medical College.

Presentations

  • Professor Rogerson was invited by the federal Office on Violence Against Women to participate in a roundtable about how OVW and law school clinical programs can increase access to legal services and support for survivors.

  • Professor Lytton presented “Comparing Kosher Fraud Laws in the U.S. and Israel: Is There a Tension between Consumer Protection and Religious Liberty?” at the Capital District Board of Rabbis Annual Meeting.

  • Professor Chung moderated a panel on dark pools at the SUNY Global Center in New York City.

  • Dean Andrews delivered the Valerie Gordon Human Rights Lecture at Northeastern University School of Law.

  • Dean Ouellette presented her paper "Selecting Against Disability" at the conference "Intersections in Reproduction: Perspectives on Abortion, Assisted Reproductive Technologies, and Judicial Review" at Yale Law School.

Publications

Professor Timothy Lytton, Oversight in Private Food Safety Auditing: Addressing Auditor Conflict of Interest, Wisconsin Law Review

Professor Christian Sundquist, Genetics, Race and Substantive Due Process, Washington and Lee Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice

Professor Melissa Breger and Professor Mary Lynch, From Kate Stoneman to Kate Stoneman Chair, Katheryn D. Katz: Feminist Waves and the First Domestic Violence Course at a United States Law School, Albany Law Review