Professor Ava Ayers was a discussant on “Remapping Democracy: Redistricting, Race, and Fair Elections in a Changing Legal Environment” sponsored by the Government Law Review on March 6, 2023.
Professor Melissa Breger presented "Embracing Equity in the Courtroom" in Albany, NY on March 2023.
Professor Melissa Breger presented "Juvenile Brain Trauma as the New Frontier in Supreme Court Jurisprudence" at Cardozo Law's Family Law Workshop on February 2023.
The Disconnect: Exploring the Virtual Connection between Lawyers and Clients, Washburn University School of Law (2022).
Professor Ava Ayers was a panelist on “Local Administrative Law” at Fordham Urban Law Journal’s Cooper-Walsh Colloqium on October 14, 2022.
Professor Ava Ayers was a panelist on a Screening and Panel Discussion of Rooted Out by Julie Casper Roth (documentary on two men denied a marriage license in Root, NY) on October 3, 2022.
Professor Ava Ayers was a panelist on “Screening and Panel Discussion of ROOTED OUT by Julie Casper Roth” at Proctors Theater on October 3, 2022.
Professor Ava Ayers spoke on “The Supreme Court’s Legitimacy and the Stench of Politics” at Siena College on September 17, 2022.
Professor Ava Ayers was a discussant on “Enforcement and Exclusion: Sovereignty and the Social Control of Migrants” at the Law and Society Association Annual Meeting on July 16, 2022.
Professor Ava Ayers was a panelist on “Legitimacy & Resistance, Identity & Exclusion: the Ambiguities of Citizenship” at the Law and Society Association Annual Meeting on July 16, 2022.
Professor Melissa Breger presented "Juvenile Brain Science & the Supreme Court" at the Law & Society Association in Lisbon, Portugal on July 2022.
Professor Ava Ayers was a panelist on “The Polarization of SCOTUS in the 2020-2021 Term” at Siena College on April 27, 2022.
Adjunct Professor Isaac Mamaysky, Esq. presented The Impact of the Pandemic (and other Challenges) on the Legal Profession and Public Institutions at the Santa Clara Law Review Symposium on the Future of the Legal Profession (2022).
Professor Evelyn Tenenbaum Co-presented virtually, Using Ethics, Law, and Policy to Facilitate Split Liver Transplantation, at Ethics Grand Rounds at Albany Medical Center on March 3, 2022.
Professor Ava Ayers was a panelist on “Introduction to Voting Rights” for the Albany NAACP on February 24, 2022.
Professor Ava Ayers was a panelist on “A Seat at the Table: Engaging Stakeholders to Advance Policing Reform” at the Webinar for the American Bar Association’s Legal Education Police Practices Consortium on October 6, 2021.
Professor Evelyn Tenenbaum Invited to present, Issues Related to Advanced Donation Programs, Including the Voucher, at the 44th SITO (Italian Society for Organ and Tissue Transplantation) National Congress in Naples, Italy on Sunday October 3, 2021.
Professor Ava Ayers was a panelist on "Police Reform: A Statewide Perspective" at the N.Y.S. Pub. Employer Labor Relations Assoc. annual conference on September 29, 2021.
Professor Ava Ayers was a panelist on “First Mondays: Eviction Moratoriums” at Albany Law School on September 13, 2021.
Professor Dr. Alexandra Harrington presented keynote address at the Green Economics Institute & Green European Foundation Climate Feminist Summer School.