Professor Patrick Connors' treatise, SIEGEL & CONNORS, NEW YORK PRACTICE (6th ed. 2018 Thomson) was cited seven times in the three opinions in Williams v. Beemiller, 33 N.Y.3d 523 (2019). In Williams, an Ohio firearm merchant sold a gun to an Ohio resident in Ohio, which was then resold on the black market and used by a gang member to shoot the plaintiff in Buffalo. The Court held that the plaintiff could not obtain long-arm jurisdiction over the Ohio firearm merchant in New York State court.
Professor Edward W. De Barbieri will present "Update on Best Practices in Community Economic Development Law" at a CLE for New York State legislative staff in December 2019.
Professor Sarah Rogerson presented on immigration legislative updates at the 2019 Legislative Updates CLE hosted by the New York State Bar Association in December 2019.
Professor Keith Hirokawa attended and participated in Re-Imagining Environmental Law: Implementation and 2020 Planning at Airlie House in Warrenton, Va., November 18-19, 2019.
Professor Patrick Connors presented a "New York Civil Practice Update" to the New York City Managing Attorneys' and Clerks' Association at the law offices of Kasowitz Benson Torres LLP in New York City on November 15, 2019.
Professor Mary Lynch participated in a training for deputies on domestic violence, stalking, and strangulation crimes for the Albany County Sheriff's Department in November 2019.
Moderator, Justice Jackson Lecture, The White House on Trial (November 2019).
Professor Robert Heverly presented at the Albany Law Review Symposium: The Courts Are Alive with the Sound of Music on October 21, 2019.
Professor Vincent Bonventre presented "Supreme Court Update" and "Court of Appeals Update" at a CLE program for the Oneida County Bar Association on October 5, 2019.
Professor Mary A. Lynch presented at the 2019 Annual Villanova Law Review Symposium, Gender Equity in Law Schools, on October 25, 2019.
Professor David Walker will present "Citators in the Era of Originalism" at the Law Librarians of Upstate New York's annual meeting in Albany, N.Y., in October 2019.
Professor Rob Heverly served as moderator/presenter, Albany Law Review Symposium, The Courts are Alive with the Sound of Music, October 21, 2019.
Professor Melissa Breger presented "Implicit Bias in the Courtroom" at a CLE for the Capital District Trial Lawyers Association in October 2019.
Professor Evelyn Tenenbaum presented "Half a Chance: Legal and Ethical Challenges Related to Splitting Donated Livers" at the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities (ASBH) Conference in Pittsburgh on October 25, 2019.
Professor Evelyn Tenenbaum and co-investigator Jed Adam Gross presented their joint work, "Extending Split Liver Transplantation in North America," at the Canadian Transplant Summit in Banff on October 18, 2019.
Professor Evelyn Tenenbaum will present "Half a Chance: Legal and Ethical Challenges Related to Splitting Donated Livers" at the American Society of Bioethics and Humanities Conference in Pittsburgh, Pa., on October 25, 2019.
Associate Dean Antony Haynes participated on the panel "Misinformation in the Age of Social Media" at the New York State Department of Health's Division of Legal Affairs 2019 Semi-Annual Meeting and CLE in Albany, N.Y., on October 3, 2019.
Professor Vincent Bonventre delivered the Constitution Day commemoration lecture at Marist College, "A Constitution We Are Expounding: Current Controversies Before the Court," on September 23, 2019.
President and Dean Alicia Ouellette presented and moderated a panel as part of an expert group meeting on bioethics and disability at the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, in September 2019. The group, composed of experts from around the world, was convened to inform the U.N. Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities' forthcoming report to the Human Rights Council.
Professor Sarah Rogerson received the Solidarity Committee of the Capital District's Immigration Advocate Award in September 2019.