On Wednesday, March 31th Albany Law School held its 11th annual Diversity topic roundtable discussion. During the event, the issue of: “Why diversity in the judiciary and legal profession matters” was discussed, and ended with a lively discussion on charting new pathways to the Bench.
Over 90 were in attendance, comprising of: alumni, faculty, staff, students, and local practitioners attended the Networking Reception and Program. The Networking Reception was sponsored by five Bar Associations and Albany Law School’s Diversity Office. Among the attendees were three special guests: NYS Appellate Division, Third Department, Presiding Justice Anthony V. Cardona; Associate Justice Leslie E. Stein, Third Department; and Associate Justice Bernard J. Malone, Jr., Third Department.
The program began at 6pm in the East Wing Classroom with welcoming remarks and comments by our Dean & President Thomas Guernsey. Dean Guernsey discussed how Albany Law continue to do its part in creating new pathways to the judiciary and highlighting our many accomplishments. Photo Gallery: