Students from Minds Matter  of NYC  visited Albany Law School on April 23, 2008.  Their day began with a breakfast buffet in the 2000 building boardroom.  They then learned about “What Law Schools Want” from Admissions Director Gail Bensen and watched and discussed the video “Choose Law: A Profession For All.”  After lunch with students, professors and staff members, they attended Professor Moriarty’s Business Organizations class and then headed to the Federal Courthouse with law student Umair Khan ’09, ushering the final leg of their visit to the Capital City. There they were hosted at the Federal Courthouse in downtown Albany by ’76 Albany Law School alum The Honorable Randolph Treece, U.S. Magistrate Judge at the U. S. District Court of Northern District of NY.

The Diversity Office hosted the group and planned their day.

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