Faculty Achievements 2015

  • Prof. Patrick M. Connors will be a Visiting Scholar in Residence at Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center in the Fall of 2015.

  • ​​Patrick Connors presented a program on Recent Developments in New York Civil Practice and Procredure at the New York State Bar Association's Bridging the Gap Program in New York City on March 18, 2015.

  • ​​Patrick Connors presented a program at the CUNY Law School Faculty Scholarship Exchange entitled "Strange but True Stories from the World of New York Civil Practice" in Long Island City, Queens, NY on March 4, 2015.

  • Professor Robert Heverly presented a talk on "Social Media and its Effect on the Law" to a meeting of judges from the State of New York's Sixth Judicial District held on February 27, 2015 in Watkins Glen.

  • Professor Sarah Rogerson participated in a panel on “Emerging Issues in State-based Immigration Reform” as part of the Government Law Center's 2015 Warren M. Anderson Legislative Seminar Series on Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2015.

  • President Penelope (Penny) Andrews delivered the Black History Month lecture "A Champion for African Freedom: Paul Robeson and the Struggle Against Apartheid" at The Center for Law and Justice on Feb. 10, 2015.

  • Professor Patrick Connors delivered a presentation on new consumer credit transaction rules and a new rule requiring redaction of confidential information in papers filed in New York state courts to the New York State Association of County Clerks at its Annual Legislative Conference on Feb. 3, 2015.

  • Professor Michael J. Hutter presented a 2014 CPLR Update to the Academy of Trial Lawyers. His materials were distributed statewide to the Academy's membership.

  • President Penelope (Penny) Andrews was named to Lawyers of Color's Fourth Annual Power List Issue, marking her fourth consecutive year on the compendium of “the nation’s most influential minority attorneys and non-minority diversity advocates.”

  • Professor Mary Lynch's "Best Practices for Legal Education" blog won first place in the ABA Journal Blawg 100’s Careers / Law School category. Her blog garnered more than 150 votes and was one of 13 popular vote winners out of 100 blogs.

  • Professor Mary Lynch began her co-presidency of the national Clinical Legal Education Association (CLEA), an organization of more than 1,200 members.

  • Professor Robert Heverly was elected chair of the Association of American Law Schools Section on Internet and Computer Law.