Albany Law School will delay opening until 11am due to the weather.
Professors Melissa Breger and Mary A. Lynch, Kate Stoneman Chair in Law and Democracy, were quoted in the All Over Albany article "No precedent: The life of Kate Stoneman" on March 21, 2018. The article was authored by 2L Justin Devendorf.
Adj. Prof. Rachel Kretser published the op-ed "Justice is best served through a diversity of arbitrators" in the Times Union on March 20, 2018. Judge Kretser's commentary was published ahead of a CLE on gender equality in alternative dispute resolution at Albany Law.
Professor Sarah Rogerson, director of the Immigration Law Clinic, spoke with the New York Times for the March 20, 2018 article "A Lone New York Sheriff Signs Up to Aid Immigration Crackdown."
Professor Vincent Bonventre was mentioned in the New York Law Journal article
"Criminal, Civil Caseload Decreases at NY Court of Appeals" on March 19, 2018.
Professor Patrick Connors' New York Practice column, "Court of Appeals Addresses Disclosure of Materials Posted on Social Media," was published by the New York Law Journal on March 19, 2018.
Professor Patrick Connors' scholarship continues to be cited in numerous reported decisions, with over 20 such citations from the New York and federal courts in 2017-18, including the New York Court of Appeals and Appellate Division.
Professor Edward De Barbieri was named an affiliated faculty member at the University at Albany's Institute of Nonprofit Leadership and Community Development in January 2018.
Associate Dean Rosemary Queenan was selected to serve as the 2018-2019 Chair of the Association of American Law Schools Section on Student Services.
Professor Mary A. Lynch, Kate Stoneman Chair in Law and Democracy, was invited to present to the faculty of the Ohio State University Moritz College of Law on March 29, 2018 about “The Importance of Experiential Learning for Development of Essential Skills in Cross-Cultural and Intercultural Effectiveness." It is part of a series of presentations by the law school’s Teaching Innovation group.
Professor Robert Heverly will present his paper "Cyborg Lives: The Law and Policy of Human Augmentation" at the Eighth Annual Internet Law Works-in-Progress Workshop at New York Law School on March 24, 2018. He is also presenting: a paper titled "The Information Semicommons Redux" at UNH Law School's Intellectual Property Scholarship Redux Conference on April 6; and on "Legal Issues in Artificial Intelligence and Human Augmentation" at the Seton Hall Artificial Intelligence and the Law Conference, April 19-20, 2018.
Professor Anthony Paul Farley, James Campbell Matthews Distinguished Professor of Jurisprudence, is participating on the roundtable "The Future of Critical Race Theory" at the 2018 Yale Law School Critical Race Theory Conference on March 24.
Professor Evelyn Tenenbaum was invited to present at the Black Market Gold: Medical and Transplant Tourism symposium at Suffolk Law School on March 22, 2018.
Professor Vincent Bonventre, Justice Robert H. Jackson Distinguished Professor of Law, moderated the Albany Law Review’s 12th Annual Cooke Symposium, “Reconsidering the Right to Die: The Debate over Assisted Suicide,” on March 22, 2018.
Professor Patrick Connors published the sixth edition of SIEGEL & CONNORS, NEW YORK PRACTICE (Thomson Reuters 2018). The treatise has been cited in thousands of reported decisions and has been called “The Bible” for litigation in New York State courts.
Professor Patrick Connors published the 2017 CPLR Supplementary Practice Commentaries for various CPLR Articles, including: CPLR Article 22, Stay, Motions, Orders and Mandates; CPLR Article 23, Subpoenas, Oaths and Affirmations; CPLR Article 30, Remedies and Pleadings; CPLR Article 31, Disclosure.
Professor Ray Brescia published "Using Technology to Improve Rural Access to Justice" in 17 Government, Law and Policy Journal (2017).
Professor Farley to Deliver Inaugural Matthews Black History Month Lecture
Prof. Rogerson: When Family Law and Immigration Law Collide
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