Thursday, Oct. 3, 2013 at 7:00 p.m.
The Women's Law Caucus of Albany Law School invites the community to attend its annual candlelight vigil to honor and remember those who have died due to domestic violence, celebrate those who survive and thrive, and connect with others who support the cause of raising public awareness about the issue of domestic violence.
The vigil will take place in the East Foyer.
WHEN: March 6, 2013
WHERE: Albany Law School
From the documentary's website:
Ali Chaudry '10, Assistant Counsel, Office of the Majority Counsel, New York State Senate
Professor Alexandra Harrington, Visiting Professor of Law, Albany Law School
Sarah Rogerson, Assistant Clinical Professor of Law and Director,
Family Violence Litigation Clinic & Immigration Project, Albany Law
Gwen Wright, Acting Executive Director, New York State Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence
Professor Mary Lynch, Clinical Professor of Law, Director, Center for
Excellence in Law Teaching, and Director, Domestic Violence Prosecution
Hybrid Clinic, Albany Law School
WHEN: Oct. 23, 2012
WHERE: Outside Albany
Law School, on the corner of New Scotland and Holland avenues. Parking
is available in the main lot outside of the law school; please enter on
Holland Avenue. (Rain location: East Foyer)
The Women’s Law Caucus of Albany Law
School invites the community to attend its Annual Candlelight Vigil to
honor and remember those who have died due to domestic violence,
celebrate those who survive and thrive, and connect with others who
support the cause of raising public awareness about the issue of
For more information, contact Kathleen Evers, Chair, Women's Law Caucus.
WHEN: Oct. 22, 2012
WHERE: Albany Law School
A panel of women judges
from different levels of the judiciary led a roundtable
discussion exploring the recent findings from the Center for Women and
Government's 2012 report on the status of women in state and federal
courts in New York state. The judges will also discuss their path to the
bench and issues pertaining to gender diversity.
See Report Here
Hon. Karen Peters, Presiding Justice, Appellate Division, Third Department Hon. Leslie Stein '81, Associate Justice, Appellate Division, Third Department Hon. Ann Crowell '92, Fourth Judicial District Supreme Court Justice Hon. Christine Clark '96, Schenectady County Family Court Judge Hon. Helena Heath-Roland, Albany City Court Judge
Moderator: Dina Refki, Executive Director, Center for Women in Government and Civil Society
This program was jointly sponsored by
Albany Law School's Women’s Law Caucus, the Capital District Women’s Bar
Association Judicial Task Force and Diversity and Gender Fairness
Committee, and the American Constitution Society.