The New York Law Journal previewed the upcoming Cooke Symposium featuring all seven Court of Appeals judges. The NYLJ, the New York State Unified Court System, and others have tweeted about the Albany Law Review event.

Albany Law School’s Immigration Law Clinic will continue to provide free legal representation to immigrants in the Capital Region. Read about it here.

All Over Albany wrote about next week’s “Law & the Sharing Economy” symposium.

UAlbany published a recap of Albany Law’s Students of Color Moot Court Competition.

City & State president Tom Allon mentioned an upcoming ethics seminar at the law school in his column for The Huffington Post.

Professor Raymond Brescia‘s column, “Lawyers: Bulwark against Inequality and Gentrification?” was published by The Huffington Post.

Professor Gottlieb‘s commentary, “Why Neither Party Can Back Down on Garland,” was heard on WAMC’s Northeast Report.

Professor Donna Young delivered the talk “Say Her Name: Law Reform and Activism at the Intersection of Race and Gender” at the law school’s 2nd Annual Katheryn D. Katz ’70 Memorial Lecture event. 

Professor Brescia’s book, “How Cities Will Save the World,” is available now. He also has an article forthcoming in the New York Law School Law Review.

Professor Sarah Rogerson has an article–“The Politics of Fear: Unaccompanied Immigrant Children and the Case of the Southern Border”–forthcoming in the Villanova Law Review.

Professor Keith Hirokawa held a discussion and book signing on campus this week. His book, “Environmental Law and Contrasting Ideas of Nature,” is not out in paperback.

Professor Patrick Connors’ scholarship has been cited in 10 reported decisions so far in 2016, not including citations to the New York Practice treatise.

Professor Stephen Gottlieb is scheduled to speak at the annual dinner meeting of the League of Women Voters of NYS on June 1.