Online - Classes End – Session I
Alumni are invited to be a part of The Kate Stoneman Honorary Committee! The committee nominates honoree(s) and award recipients. Additionally, the committee is responsible for implementing Kate Stoneman Day. Join us to become part of this great tradition.
Connect with fellow Boston-area alumni and welcome President and Dean Cinnamon P. Carlarne to Albany Law School during this reception graciously hosted by Dianne Phillips ’88 at Holland & Knight, LLP.
Online - Classes Begin – Session II
Celebrate the release of the new book, Remarkable Cities and the Security and Sovereignty of Food and Nutrition: 41 Ways to Regenerate the Local Food System, edited by Prof. Jonathan Rosenbloom, Professor of Law; Director, Flexible JD Programs; Director, Albany Law School and University of Parma Study Abroad Program. Join Prof. Rosenbloom as he speaks about his recommendations and shares how we can rethink the role of development and how communities can grow while fostering a strong, inclusive, affordable, accessible, and healthy food system.
Online - Add Deadline – Session II
Online - Drop Deadline – Session II
Join Prisoners' Legal Services of New York for our 12th Annual Celebration of National Pro Bono Week. With guidance from stories, poems, concerns, and ideas submitted by incarcerated individuals, a panel of experts will discuss the various challenges faced by formerly incarcerated individuals reintegrating into society that lead to recidivism, and possible solutions that will help reduce the recidivism rate. The program will take place at Albany Law School from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., with a reception to follow. RSVP by email: email@example.com
Join us for an opportunity to connect and network with Utica-area alumni, and meet Albany Law School's 19th President and Dean, Cinnamon P. Carlarne.
This event is being held in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Panelists will discuss how survivors and victims of domestic violence experience abuse in culturally specific ways. Attendees will also learn about strategies for practicing cultural responsiveness in domestic violence services. CLE credits (3.0) are available for attorneys who attend the full program.
Enjoy an evening of connecting with NYC-area alumni and friends as we welcome President and Dean Cinnamon P. Carlarne to Albany Law School. We also look forward to welcoming our newest young alumni, the Class of 2023, to this powerful alumni network.
Join us for the 9th Katheryn D. Katz ’70 Memorial Lecture. This year’s speaker is Jane M. Spinak, the Edward Ross Aranow Clinical Professor of Law Emerita at Columbia Law School. Professor Spinak is a renowned advocate for children’s welfare and juvenile justice. The Katz Lecture Series was established in 2014 to focus on family law topics that Professor Katz made central to her teaching, including domestic violence, gender and the law, children and the law, reproductive rights, and inequality.
Veterans Day – No Classes/Offices Closed
The Government Law Center invites Albany Law School students, faculty, and staff to a series of livestreams of oral arguments before the Supreme Court of the United States and the New York State Court of Appeals, with an opportunity for discussion. SCOTUS: Consumer Financial Protection Bureau v. Community Financial Services Assn. Tuesday, October 3, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. 1928 Building, W120 NYS Court of Appeals: Matter of Rochester Police Locust Club v. City of Rochester Wednesday, October 18, 3 p.m. – 4 p.m. 2000 Building, U343 SCOTUS: O'Connor-Ratcliff v. Garnier; Lindke v. Freed Tuesday, October 31, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. 1928 Building, W120 NYS Court of Appeals: Matter of Hoffman v. NYS Independent Redistricting Commission Wednesday, November 15, 1 p.m. – 2 p.m. 2000 Building, U343
Connect with fellow Rochester-area alumni and welcome President and Dean Cinnamon P. Carlarne to Albany Law School during this reception at the Seneca Park Zoo!
Virtual - Recent Grad CLE Series
Graduates from the Classes of 2020-2023 are invited to take advantage of the Albany Law School Recent Graduate CLE Program, taking place November 3 and 17. This year's program will provide the 6 credit hours of skills that newly admitted attorneys are required to earn in their first and second years. More information to be announced soon.