Former Chief Judge Leads A-List Panel

Chief Judge A List Panel

Retired New York Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman visited Albany Law School on April 25 to moderate the Albany Law Review’s 13th Annual Chief Judge Lawrence H. Cooke ’38 State Constitutional Commentary Symposium.

The discussion, State Courts in the Trump Era: Judicial Independence, Federalism, and the Rule of Law, featured an esteemed panel of jurists and scholars: New York Court of Appeals Judge Rowan Wilson; New York State Unified Court System Chief Administrative Judge Lawrence Marks; New York Supreme Court Appellate Justice Christine Clark ’96; Rutgers Law School Distinguished Professor Ronald Chen; and Albany Law School Justice Robert H. Jackson Distinguished Professor of Law Vincent Bonventre.

Prior to the event, Judge Wilson—who before joining New York’s highest court was a partner with Cravath, Swaine & Moore in New York City—spoke with students in the Career and Professional Development Center about how to succeed in big law interviews and summer associate positions.


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