Albany Law keynoter Megyn Kelly ’95 received top billing in the Times Union’s roundup of local commencement speakers.

The law school’s LLM in Health & Human Rights was featured on Page 5 of The International Jurist.

Students Glenna Morgan and Kellan Potts had a great showing while representing the U.S. at the international client counseling competition. Read about it on our website.

1L student Racquel Saddler could be crowned Albany Tulip Queen this weekend.

Fun news: alumna Jessica Blain-Lewis ’05 is reportedly competing on “Survivor.” (Paywall – see below.)  

Profiles:

Professor Hutter’s co-authored amicus brief was quoted in the article “Court Weighs Merits of Attorney-Client Privilege Expansion” in the New York Law Journal.

Professor Gottlieb‘s commentary, “Professor Paul Murray’s Class on the Civil Rights Movement,” was heard on WAMC’s Northeast Report.

Professor Brescia’s article “Four Questions at the Intersection of the Legal Profession and Technology, for Both Evangelists and Skeptics” is forthcoming in the Albany Law Journal of Science and Technology.

Professor Hutter published the “Evidence” chapter in PREPARING FOR AND TRYING THE CIVIL LAWSUIT, 2nd ed., revised (New York State Bar Association, 2016).

Professor Tenenbaum presented “Paired Kidney Donation and NEAD Chains: Issues and Solutions” at the University at Albany School of Public Health for a New York State Department of Health CLE program on May 4.

Professors Connors and Hutter participated in the annual meeting of the 4th Judicial District Federated Bar Association in Montreal on April 29-30.

Professor Hutter presented an Evidence Update for the Albany County Bar Association membership, as well as a New York CPLR Update for Albany Law alumni in New York City.

Adj. Prof. Eleanor Stein received a Terra Award for her for commitment to sustainability initiatives at the University at Albany.