Supreme Court Appellate Division to Convene at Albany Law

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The New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division, Third Department, will hold a session of court at Albany Law School for the 18th consecutive year on Tuesday, March 19, beginning at 1:30 p.m. in the Dean Alexander Moot Courtroom. The session, which first-year students are required to attend as part of their lawyering course work, is an opportunity for an up-close view of the appellate process.

The justices scheduled to hear arguments are:

Presiding Justice Karen K. Peters
Associate Justice Robert S. Rose '68
Associate Justice Leslie E. Stein '81
Associate Justice John C. Egan, Jr. '80

Case summaries are available online:03-19-13 Albany Law School Cover and Summaries.pdf03-19-13 Albany Law School Cover and Summaries.pdf.

Albany Law has hosted a session of the Appellate Division, Third Department, each year since 1995. When the first session at the law school was held on Oct. 11, 1995, it marked the first time in more than 85 years that the court had sat at a location other than its home courtroom.

That initial session also marked the beginning of a program whereby the Appellate Division, Third Department, began holding court sessions throughout the 28 counties that make up its geographic jurisdiction.

The session is free and open to the public.