Professor Rogerson was a guest on The Capitol Pressroom with Susan Arbetter to dicuss New York state's role in immigration assistance.
Professor Lytton was interviewed for the article "Sandy Hook Families Want Gun Lawsuit Moved Back To State Court" in the Hartford Courant.
Professor Brescia was interviewed for the article "Nassau's lawsuit payouts total $101.5M over 8-year period - nearly three times Suffolk's $37.4M" in Newsday.
Professor Bonventre was interviewed for the NPR segment "Court of Appeals Back on Track, After Lengthy Vacancies."
Professor Bonventre was a guest on Talk 1300, discussing Court of Appeals appointments.
President Andrews was named to Lawyers of Color's Fourth Annual Power List Issue.
Professor Lynch's "Best Practices for Legal Education" blog won first place in the ABA Journal Blawg 100’s Careers / Law School category.
Professor Lynch began her co-presidency of the national Clinical Legal Education Association.
Professor Rogerson participated in a panel on “Emerging Issues in State-based Immigration Reform” as part of the Government Law Center's Anderson Legislative Seminar Series.
President Andrews delivered the Black History Month lecture "A Champion for African Freedom: Paul Robeson and the Struggle Against Apartheid" at The Center for Law and Justice.
Professor Connors delivered a presentation to the New York State Association of County Clerks at its Annual Legislative Conference.
Professor Tenenbaum presented "Medicine and the Law" at Albany Medical College.
Patrick Connors presented a program on recent developments in New York Ethics at the Chaminade High School Alumni Lawyers Association Meeting, in Mineola, NY on December 16, 2014
Professor Patrick Connors, January 2015 Pocket Part to Siegel, New York Practice
Professor Melissa Breger, Transforming Cultural Norms of Sexual Violence Against Women, Journal of Research in Gender Studies
Professor Timothy Lytton, There is More to Transparency than Meets the Eye: The Impact of Mandatory Disclosure Laws Aimed at Promoting Breastfeeding, American Journal of Law and Medicine
Professor Heverly Elected Chair of National AALS Section on Internet and Computer Law
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