Professor Bonventre was interviewed by North Country Public Radio for "Cuomo faces deadline to choose high court nominee."
Dean Andrews was featured for "The savor of history" in the Times Union on Sept. 25, 2014.
Professor Lytton was interviewed for the
article "Trial nears in priest sex abuse case filed by former altar boy" in The
Kansas City Star.
Professor Brescia wrote the op-ed "As School Year Begins, Thinking Outside the Tort" for The National Law Journal.
Professor Bonventre was interviewed for the article "Moreland controversy becomes issue in AG's race" in Newsday.
Professor Brescia was appointed to Albany Mayor Kathy Sheehan's blue ribbon panel on rail oil safety.
Professor Tenenbaum was appointed to the Ethics Review Committee at Albany Medical College.
Professor Redwood's book "Love Beneath the Napalm" is a finalist for the Foreword Reviews Book of the Year Award in the Short Stories category.
Dean Andrews delivered a talk to FBI employees on August 25 as part of a program to recognize Women's Equality Day.
Professor Chung (on behalf of the Albany Law School/University at Albany Institute for Financial Market Regulation), organized and moderated a panel on dark pools, high-frequency trading, market structure, and related issues. Panelists included senior staff from the Securities and Exchange Commission and FINRA, along with a leading expert from the private sector.
Professor Rogerson was invited
by the federal Office on Violence Against Women to participate in a
roundtable about how OVW and law school clinical
programs can increase access to legal services and support for survivors.
Professor Lytton presented “Comparing Kosher Fraud Laws in the U.S. and Israel: Is There a Tension between Consumer Protection and Religious Liberty?” at the Capital District Board of Rabbis Annual Meeting.
Professor Hutter presented "No Fault and Related Tort Issues" before the Nassau County and Suffolk County Academy of Law on June 11 and 26, 2014.
Professor Ira Mark Bloom, Federal Taxation of Estates, Trusts, and Gifts, Fourth Edition
Professor Timothy Lytton, Oversight in Private Food Safety Auditing: Addressing Auditor Conflict of Interest, Wisconsin Law Review
Professor Christian Sundquist, Genetics, Race and Substantive Due Process, Washington and Lee Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice
Professor Lynch Named an Editor of Journal of Experiential Learning
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