Albany Law Review Publishes First Issue of 75th Volume

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Date: 03/14/2012

The Albany Law Review recently released the first issue in its 75th anniversary volume, featuring original articles on recent legal developments and the theory of law by professors, judges, practicing attorneys and current students.

Among the articles in the most recent issue:

  • “The New York Court of Appeals, Albany Law School, and the Albany Law Review: Institutions Dedicated to the Evolution of Law in New York State” by Chief Judge of the State of New York Jonathan Lippman
  • “Revoking the Irrevocable Buyout: Aligning Equity with Due Diligence in Corporate Dissolution” by Hon. Matthew C. Lucas
  • “Ensuring Public Trust at the Municipal Level: Inspectors General Enter the Mix” by Albany Law School Associate Dean Patricia Salkin and Zachary Kansler ‘12

This latest issue of the Albany Law Review is dedicated to and features a memorial profile of former Presiding Justice of the Third Department Anthony V. Cardona, Albany Law School Class of 1970, who passed away late last year after a career on the bench that spanned three decades.

“As a journal, we are proud to follow in the footsteps of generations of fellow Albany Law students,” remarked Patrick A. Woods, the Albany Law Review’s editor-in-chief. “We hope that this issue, which includes a wide-range of scholarship, will help to advance their impressive legacy.”

The second issue of Albany Law Review’s 75th volume, to be published later this spring, is the Anthony V. Cardona Annual Issue of New York Appeals and focuses specifically on New York state law. The articles in this and prior issues are available on Westlaw, LexisNexis, and through the Albany Law Review’s website.