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Faculty Presentations

April 2018

Patrick Connors

Professor Patrick Connors, Albert and Angela Farone Distinguished Professor in New York Civil Practice, delivered presentation to the Federation of Bar Associations of the Fourth Judicial District on "Recent Developments in Ethics and Procedure" at its annual meeting in Montreal, Canada, on April 28, 2018.​

Sarah Rogerson

Professor Sarah Rogerson was invited to lead a discussion at the Harvard Law School hackathon entitled Strategies for Sanctuary Spaces on April 20, 2018.​

Robert Heverly

​Professor Robert Heverly presented his paper "The Information Semicommons Redux" at UNH Law School's Intellectual Property Scholarship Redux Conference on April 6, 2018.

March 2018

​Professor Anthony Paul Farley, James Campbell Matthews Distinguished Professor of Jurisprudence, participated on the roundtable "The Future of Critical Race Theory" at the 2018 Yale Law School Critical Race Theory Conference on March 24.
Jaya Connors

Professor Jaya Connors presented on "Advocating for Child Clients in Custody Cases Involving Parental Alienation/Interference Issues" at Widener University Commonwealth Law School's Law Review Symposium on March 23, 2018.​

Evelyn Tenenbaum

​Professor Evelyn Tenenbaum presented “Ethical Concerns Regarding New Innovations in Live Kidney Donation” at the Black Market Gold: Medical and Transplant Tourism symposium at Suffolk Law School on March 22, 2018.

Ava Ayers

Professor Ava Ayers moderated panel on “Civilian Oversight of Police” at Albany Government Law Review symposium on March 8, 2018.

Ava Ayers

Professor Ava Ayers was a panelist on “Lawyering with a Healthy Mind” at Albany Law School, Wellness Week series on March 5, 2018.

Mary Lynch

Professor Mary A. Lynch, Kate Stoneman Chair in Law and Democracy, will speak at Siena College’s “Women’s Panel on Law and Government” on March 19, 2018.

Robert Heverly

​Professor Robert Heverly presented his paper "Cyborg Lives: The Law and Policy of Human Augmentation" at the Eighth Annual Internet Law Works-in-Progress Workshop at New York Law School on March 24, 2018.

Robert Heverly

​Professor Robert Heverly presented along with Assemblymember Patricia Fahy on issues relating to the FCC's revocation of net neutrality protections and how local individuals and grass-roots organizations can take steps to try to ensure neutrality in internet operations at Bethlehem Town Hall on March 8, 2018.​

Michael Hutter

Professor Michael Hutter was invited to present a paper before the New York Appellate Division justices at their annual meeting in March concerning "splits" among the four departments, and their effects on the civil justice system in N.Y. He also engaged in a discussion with the justices concerning his presentation.

Anthony Paul Farley

Professor Anthony Paul Farley, James Campbell Matthews Distinguished Professor of Jurisprudence, participated on the panel “Broken Windows Policing” at the Albany Government Law Review Symposium at Albany Law School on March 8, 2018.

Anthony Paul Farley

Professor Anthony Paul Farley, James Campbell Matthews Distinguished Professor of Jurisprudence, participated on the roundtable "The Future of Critical Race Theory" at the 2018 Yale Law School Critical Race Theory Conference on March 24.

Evelyn Tenenbaum

Professor Evelyn Tenenbaum presented “Ethical Concerns Regarding New Innovations in Live Kidney Donation” at Ethics Grand Rounds at Albany Medical Center on March 1, 2018.

Vincent Bonventre

​​Professor Vincent Bonventre, Justice Robert H. Jackson Distinguished Professor of Law, moderated the Albany Law Review’s 12th Annual Cooke Symposium, “Reconsidering the Right to Die: The Debate over Assisted Suicide,” on March 22, 2018.

Mary Lynch

Professor Mary A. Lynch, Kate Stoneman Chair in Law and Democracy, was invited to present to the faculty of the Ohio State University Moritz College of Law on March 29, 2018 about “The Importance of Experiential Learning for Development of Essential Skills in Cross-Cultural and Intercultural Effectiveness." It is part of a series of presentations by the law school’s Teaching Innovation group.​

Ava Ayers

Professor Ava Ayers moderated the panel "Oversight" at the Albany Government Law Review Symposium at Albany Law School on March 8, 2018.

Professor Evelyn Tenenbaum presented “Ethical Concerns Regarding New Innovations in Live Kidney Donation” at Ethics Grand Rounds at Albany Medical Center on March 1, 2018.

February 2018

​Associate Dean Antony Haynes presented the CLE "Legal Ethics and Technology" for the Albany County Bar Association on February 26, 2018.