"The Legacy of the Lobbying Commission" will be the opening topic of this year's Warren M. Anderson Legislative Breakfast Seminar Series, presented by Albany Law School's Government Law Center on Tuesday, February 26 at 8:00 a.m. in the Assembly Parlor at the Capitol.
The New York State Commission on Lobbying, which was created in 1977, was replaced last year by the new Commission on Public Integrity. The Anderson Legislative Breakfast Seminar will address what the Lobbying Commission accomplished during its three decade existence, and what lessons there are for the work of the Commission on Public Integrity.
The seminar will be moderated by Albany Times Union columnist Fred LeBrun.
Panelists include: David Grandeau, Esq., former executive director, New York State Commission on Lobbying; James Featherstonhaugh, Esq., Featherstonhaugh, Wiley & Clyne, LLP; and Patrick Brown, Esq., Brown McMahon & Weinraub LLC.
The Warren M. Anderson Legislative Breakfast Seminar Series lectures are held monthly from February through May. Each seminar features experts who address legal aspects of a policy issue pending before the New York State Legislature. The late Warren M. Anderson was a distinguished alumnus of Albany Law School. He served in the New York State Senate for 35 years, and was known for his leadership during his tenure as President Pro Tem and Majority Leader from 1973 to 1988.
CLE credits are available. The seminars are free, but space is limited. To register, please contact Kelly Ashe at 518-445-2329.
The 2008 Warren M. Anderson Legislative Breakfast Seminar Series is generously supported by the Civil Service Employees Association, Inc.; Featherstonhaugh, Wiley & Clyne, LLP; Hinman, Howard & Kattell, LLP; Hinman Straub P.C.; Hiscock & Barclay; New York State Association of Counties; State Academy for Public Administration; and Wilson, Elser, Moskowitz, Edelman & Dicker LLP.