“Characters and Cuisine”
On Friday, July 31, 2015 at 6:30 pm and Saturday, August 1, 2015
at 6:30 pm – Soul Rebel Performance Troupe, Inc. presents: “Characters and Cuisine”
Soul Rebel Performance Troupe, Inc. (SRPT) has proudly collaborated with a number of organizations in the community to present uniquely diverse productions, including Prisoner’s Legal Services, Albany Law School, Take Back the Night (Albany County Crime Victims & Sexual Violence Center), and Community Action Poverty Simulation (Center For Community Insights), and many other community partners.
To keep this momentum going and to have great thought-provoking productions in SRPT’s own Watervliet theater, we need to raise money. Let’s have fun doing this together with a great night of food, fun and prizes! Join the fun!
Friday, July 31, 2015 at 6:30 pm and Saturday, August 1, 2015 at 6:30 pm at the Watervliet Elks Club 501 4th Avenue, Watervliet, NY, US, 12189
“Characters and Cuisine” includes:
- 3-Course Meal
- 3 One-Act Plays
- Prizes & Surprises
For more information about the event, contact us by e-mail: email@example.com by phone: 518-833-2621. Click on the link below to buy tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/characters-and-cuisine-a-soul-rebel-performance-troupe-fundraiser-dinner-show-tickets-17796464705?aff=eiosprexshremail&ref=eiosprexshremail
The Albany County Bar Association, the Capital District Black and Hispanic Bar Association, the Federal Bar Association, and the Rensselaer County Bar Association are celebrating the Judge’s career with a cocktail reception in the Hilton Albany’s Grand Ballroom.
Plan on celebrating with us!
Learn about, Class of 1976 Albany Law School alum: The Honorable Randolph Treece
~Complimentary parking in the garage.
Click HERE for a Complete list of Albany area markets and restaurants.
The below list of restaurants and mini markets were recommended by members of our law school community. Enjoy!
~This week we introduced our first-year students to the BLOG.
“Albany Law School strives to provide a rich experience for its students, who come to law school for different reasons and with many different goals.
With more than 30 student organizations, there is a place for everyone. Many student groups work for social change through public forums, publish articles or sponsor and host well-known speakers. Others may donate their time for legal research for a group in need, solicit pro bono legal help, or raise funds for a specific cause.” To the members of the Class of 2018: We look forward to meeting you in August!
The Summer 2015 Albany Law School’s Alumni Magazine is now available online!
Read HERE Continue reading
Dear 2L & 3L:
Plan ahead and apply on CSM before the August 3, 2015 deadline date.
The Albany County Bar Association is in its 15th year (30 semesters) of this diversity internship program. These are opportunities for Albany Law School students to gain work experience in a private law firm and to secure an attorney mentor within a mid- or large- Albany area during the academic year. $18/hour or $1,800/stipend for a 10 hours per week for 10 weeks (totaling 100 hours during the Fall 2015 semester).
OCBA DIVERSITY & INCLUSION COMMITTEE | WILLIAM HERBERT JOHNSON BAR ASSOCIATION:
PRESENTS: 1st Annual Panel Discussion | Welcome to Syracuse
Summer Interns, Summer Associates & New Lawyers
Wednesday, July 29, 2015 | 4:00 – 6:00 pm
CNY PHILANTHROPY CENTER | 431 E. FAYETTE ST. SYRACUSE NY 12302 SECOND FLOOR BALLROOM Continue reading
Albany, NY EVENT:
CDBHBA – Capital District Black & Hispanic Bar Association Presents:
Thursday, July 30,2015 – CDBHBA Happy Hour and Networking Event
Please join us for this FREE and fun-filled event of networking, dancing, and more. Learn more about our organization and join a committee. Tell us about your vision for the organization and how you would like to see it grow. Appetizers will be provided. Cash bar available. Our own Albany Law School alumni: Ricja Rice, Esq. and Frank Munoz, Esq. will be teaching a Beginner’s Salsa lesson at 6PM. We hope to see you all there. RSVP at the link below. http://www.punchbowl.com/parties/7b76e83bd50ede6cba16
Thursday, August 13, 2015 – NYSBA Annual Minority Law Student Conference Day
It is that time of year again when we start preparing for our Annual Minority Law Student Conference Day which aims to prepare rising 2L & 3L students for the Fall and upcoming interviews for summer 2016 associate jobs and after-graduation jobs. The Minority Law Student Conference Day will be held on August 13, 2015 at New York Law School between 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. and is open (FREE) to all law students. In order to make this event successful and ensure that our students receive the development that they need, we are requesting that each of you provide 2-3 attorney volunteers.
At this time we are looking for speakers, attorneys to review and edit resumes and conduct mock interviews. As in the past the program will include panels discussing:
- Drafting cover letters and thank you letters
- Preparing your resume
- Use of Social Media
- What to Wear and Not to War
- Networking Lunch
- Mock Interviews
Interested Attorney and Recent Law graduate volunteers should contact Ms. Rosevelie Márquez Morales at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please indicate how you would like to assist.
Also, attached is a promotional flyer for the program, containing a link to register online. There is no charge for this event. Law students and recent graduates are welcome to attend.