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34th Annual Take Back the Night (Rally & March Against Sexual Violence), April 21st.

If you would like to attend, there will be an Albany Law School team participating:  email us by Monday, April 20th at:
diversity@albanylaw.edu if you wish to join a carpool.

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April 23rd Event: NYSBA hosts a Meet & Greet Reception at Albany Law School

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April 22nd Networking & Mock Interview Event: “Celebrating Earth Day 2015″

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1L & 2L eligible: The Miriam Maccoby Netter IP Fellowship ($5,000), May 1, 2015

The New York Bar Foundation is accepting student applications for The Miriam Maccoby Netter Fellowship, created and funded by the Intellectual Property Law Section 2015.

A completed application and supporting documentation as detailed in the guidelines must be submitted to The New York Bar Foundation on or before Friday, May 1, 2015. 

One grant, valued at $5,000.00, will be awarded to a public interest intellectual property organization or charity to conduct the fellowship. The fellowship will take place in summer 2015 and the organization will offer the fellowship to students enrolled in law school located in New York State during the 2015 spring semester, as well as persons who received their JD any time within the last 3 years.  The fellow will assist the organization with matters relating to intellectual property law.  Below is a PDF containing an application and complete fellowship guidelines.  Students also may access the application and guidelines at http://www.tnybf.org/fellandschol/

2L: Application Deadline extended: $5,000 (Judge Bernard S. Meyer Scholarship)

 DEADLINE EXTENDED, April 24th, 2015: The New York Bar Foundation is pleased to announce it is has extended the deadline for accepting applications for the 2015 Judge Bernard S. Meyer Scholarship.  Established in 2004 by the law firm, Meyer, Suozzi, English & Klein, P.C., the scholarship will be awarded to a law school student who excels in legal writing and advocacy skills. Previous winners of this scholarship have gone on to hold positions at law firms such as Cravath and Cadwalader, and as in-house counsel at organizations including Cancer Genetics, Inc. and NY Arc. An essay that displays excellence in legal writing and advocacy skills must be submitted for consideration of this scholarship.

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Today, April 13 @ 4:30pm: “Career Panel: Intellectual Property law for Non-science Students”

Career Panel: IP law for Non-science Students
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APALSA, BLSA & LALSA presents their: “Multicultural Cabaret”, at 6 p.m. on April 9th

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