Albany Law School will be closed today until 4pm due to the weather.
Held monthly from February through May, each Warren M. Anderson Breakfast Seminar features a panel of experts who address legal aspects of a policy issue pending before the New York State Legislature.
Warren M. Anderson was a distinguished alumnus of Albany Law School and a former member of the Government Law Center Advisory Board. Having served in the New York State Senate for 35 years, he is known for his leadership during his tenure as President Pro Tem and Majority Leader from 1973 to 1988.
Warren Anderson began his legal career as an assistant county attorney in Broome County of New York. He then joined the law firm of Hinman, Howard & Kattell, where he practiced law up until his death in June 2007. Throughout his career he received numerous honors and awards.
The seminars feature a panel of experts who discuss the legal aspects of each issue, all currently pending before the New York State Legislature. The programs are held from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. in the Assembly Parlor on the 3rd Floor of the New York State Capitol.
February 14: Cybersecurity: Protection, Regulation and Privacy
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April 4: Homelessness and Housing in NYS
April 18: Repealing the ACA: Avoiding Unintended Consequences
May 2: The Path to a Constitutional Convention
All sessions are free and open to the public, but space is limited. Registration is requested.
We now offer online registration. Click the link in the blue box below and you will be taken to the new online registration.
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For more information, contact Amy Gunnells at 518-445-2329 or
2016 sessionsFebruary 23: Criminal Justice and Young Offenders: Is raising the age a viable option? View CLE Materials Watch VideoApril 5: The SAFE Act and Beyond: What is the role, if any, for state and local government in the regulation of firearms? View CLE Materials Watch VideoApril 19: Increasing Voter Turnout: How do we make democracy work? View CLE Materials Watch VideoMay 3: From Paris, France to Paris, New York: What is the role for state and local government in addressing climate change? View CLE Materials Watch Video