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The Government Law Center at Albany Law School is pleased to announce the dates and topics for this year’s Warren M. Anderson Series. The four programs will take place from 8–9 a.m. in the Assembly Parlor on the third floor of the New York State Capitol during this year’s legislative session. They are free of charge and open to the public. The Series will comprise four events:
Panelists will be announced as soon as they are confirmed.
Since its debut in 1992, the annual nonpartisan forum has offered diverse perspectives on serious government issues of the day to lawmakers, policymakers, advocates, business leaders, and community members. At each program, a panel of experts addresses legal aspects of a policy issue, offering important background information and outlining the complexities about subjects that are receiving significant attention in Albany and communities around the state.
Pre-registration for each program is required. Sign up online at the Center’s
Anderson Series page. On the day of each program, attorneys may also sign up for one free Continuing Legal Education credit for attending that program. For more information on the Anderson Series, please contact Cristina Alberto at
firstname.lastname@example.org or (518) 445-2329.
About the Warren M. Anderson ’40 Legislative Breakfast Series Held annually during the New York State Legislative Session since 1992, each program features a panel of experts who address legal aspects of a policy issue pending before the State Legislature. The Series is named after the former Majority Leader of the New York State Senate who was a distinguished alumnus of Albany Law School and a former member of the Government Law Center Advisory Board.
About the Government Law Center The Government Law Center at Albany Law School is a nonpartisan law and public policy center based in Albany, N.Y. The Center produces independent legal research and analysis to help state and local governments better serve their communities.
It prepares students for distinguished public service careers through the Government Law Center Fellowship Program. It also explores emerging issues and informs government officials through the annual Warren M. Anderson Legislative Breakfast Series and other programs.