What an incredible two weeks:
Megyn Kelly’s commencement address received significant coverage beforehand (News10 ABC, WGY, Daily Gazette, Talk 1300, etc.) and even more afterward (Business Review, NewsChannel 13, TWC News, CBS 6, Times Union, News10 ABC, The Daily Gazette & others). “The Kelly File” aired parts of her address Monday on Fox News Channel. The video – which included a great intro about the law school – was shared by Megyn Kelly to her one million-plus followers on Facebook!
Read more about commencement (and watch an exclusive clip of Megyn Kelly speaking about her “transformational” Albany Law experience) on our website.
- Brooklyn Native Faras ’17 Helps Immigrants Achieve Legal Status
- An Expert in Threat Reduction, Ambassador Jenkins ’88 Helps Foster Global Security
- 3 Albany Law Professors Participate in Prestigious Appellate Division Seminar
- De Marco ’17 Selected for Competitive NYSBA International Internship in Costa Rica
Dean Queenan, Professor Breger and Professor Sundquist received faculty awards at commencement. Read more on our website.
Professor Brescia discussed his book, “How Cities Will Save the World,” during an hourlong interview on WFAN radio in NYC. He also published the column “How Cities Will Save the World: Where Progressive Reform Starts” in The Huffington Post.
Professor Farley appeared in the short film “Slavery in Effect,” a dialog among scholars at Harvard University’s conference entitled “The Scope of Slavery: Enduring Geographies of American Bondage.”
Professor Patrick Connors‘ column “Judiciary Law §470 Meets Temporary Practice Under §523” was published in the New York Law Journal.
Professor Heverly was quoted in the story “Juice vs. Water: Saratoga Companies in Trademark Dispute,” which aired on WAMC radio.
Professor Gottlieb‘s commentaries, “When More Law is Too Much – a Case of Airport Excess” and “Bernie and Ralph,” were heard on WAMC’s Northeast Report.
|Professor Tenenbaum published “Bartering for a Compatible Kidney Using Your Incompatible, Live Kidney Donor: Legal and Ethical Issues Related to Kidney Chains” in the American Journal of Law and Medicine.|
Professors Bonventre, Patrick Connors and Hutter presented at the 2016 Joint Seminar for the First, Second, Third and Fourth Judicial Departments held at the Second Department in Brooklyn, N.Y. on May 11.
Professor Young was the commencement speaker for UAlbany’s Department of Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies on May 15. She also moderated and appeared on the panel “Neoliberalism in the Academy: Faculty Governance, Downsizing & Diversity” at the conference NEPOC 2016 Confronting the Violence of Our Times on May 21.
Professor Tenenbaum worked with the Government Law Center to plan an interdisciplinary Bioethics Mediation Program, which was held May 16-18. She also presented a Public Health Policy Practicum at Albany Medical College on May 19 and 24.
Professor Patrick Connors’ NY Practice treatise has been cited in 22 reported decisions so far in 2016. His other scholarship has been cited in 14 reported decisions this year.