Welcome! we are thrilled to have you join our community.
Did you know that you are entering a profession in which you can make a profound difference?
- You can give hope to those who are in despair.
- You can be a voice for those who have been silenced.
- You can give life to ideals such as: “the right to vote” and “equality under the law.”
- You can free someone who has been unjustly imprisoned.
- You can insure that a child is raised in a loving home.
- You will have the opportunity and the obligation – through your knowledge and through your training – to improve our world.
- and yes! you can become the Governor of the State of New York.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Learn more about Albany Law School’s student organizations at the Information Fair – on Tuesday, August 26 at 4pm (East Foyer – outside the Library),
Click HERE and for more information about our beautiful Capital District area:
Things to do in Albany
Updated Calendar of Events in the Capital District Region
Activities for students with children
FREE 1st. Friday Events in Albany County
You are invited to attend a special workshop this Saturday, August 23rd from 3:15 p.m. to 4:45 p.m. at the Sheraton Times Square in New York City titled, The Importance of LGBT Representation in Law Schools and the Legal Community: Apply to Law School Now! The workshop will be conducted during the Lavender Law Conference in Conference Room F. This session is being presented in collaboration with the Law School Admission Council (LSAC). Individuals considering attending law school, interested in learning more about the law school academic curriculum, or who have already decided to apply to law school are strongly encouraged to attend. Attendees will also receive general information about the myriad of services offered by LSAC. Please note: The Lavender Law Conference runs from Thursday, August 21 through Saturday, August 23. Please be sure to stop by LSAC’s Diversity Initiatives table of resources during the event.
The Asian American Bar Association of New York was formed in 1989 as a not-for-profit corporation to represent the interests of New York Asian-American attorneys, judges, law professors, legal professionals, legal assistants or paralegals and law students. The mission of AABANY is to improve the study and practice of law, and the fair administration of justice for all by ensuring the meaningful participation of Asian-Americans in the legal profession.
To learn more about upcoming state and national Diversity Job Fairs: Click HERE
Greetings! from the Pride Center of the Capital Region!
www.inourownvoices.org – Contact this great organization with office less than 1 mile from Albany Law School.
Networking Events: http://www.lgbtcenters.org/resources.aspx
LGBT Equality Maps & Legislation, Click HERE
Recommended reading: Click HERE
Learn the history behind the Rainbow Flag, Click HERE Continue reading