Albany Law School will be closed today until 4pm due to the weather.
Judges from the New York State Court of Appeals will assemble this month at Albany Law School for the 10th Annual Chief Judge Lawrence H. Cooke State Constitutional Commentary Symposium, which will feature a discussion on the role and inner workings of the state's highest court. The symposium, entitled "The Seven: About the Court, By the Court," will take place Tuesday, April 26 at 6:30 p.m. in the law school's Dean Alexander Moot Courtroom.
The conversation — moderated by New York State Chief Judge Janet DiFiore — will include the entire bench of the Court of Appeals:
"The Seven: About the Court, By the Court," sponsored by the
Albany Law Review and part of the Edward C. Sobota '79 Memorial Lecture Series, is free and open to the public. Two (2) free Continuing Legal Education credits will be offered.
Registration is required for CLE attendees.
For more information, contact Stacey Lococo,
Albany Law Review editor for state constitutional commentary, at
email@example.com or Professor Vincent Bonventre at
Albany Law Review started its annual tradition of honoring former New York Court of Appeals Chief Judge Lawrence H. Cooke '38 in 2007 by holding the first State Constitutional Commentary Symposium in his name. The symposium provides a forum to explore issues and developments in state courts, state public law and state-federal relations.