Albany Law School has a strong presence in the latest issue of preLaw magazine:
- Featured in the “Around the Nation” roundup for the Community Development Clinic
- Listed in the table “Most improved employment rates”
- Graded in all three categories under “Top schools for public interest, criminal and health law”
President & Dean Ouellette, ’94 was invited to participate in UAlbany’s East Campus announcement, scheduled for next Monday. Read about it in the Times Union.
Dean Antony Haynes discussed Albany Law’s online Cybersecurity & Data Privacy master’s program with the Credit Union Times.
Professor Raymond Brescia‘s column, “For Lawyers, the Future is Now,” was published in The Huffington Post.
Professor Stephen Gottlieb‘s commentaries, “Sotomayor’s Dissent in Utah v. Strieff, Part I” and “Sotomayor’s Dissent in Utah v. Strieff, Part II,” were heard on WAMC’s Northeast Report. He was also quoted in the WAMC segment “Confederate Flags Still Found at New York’s Fairs, but Meaning is Up for Debate.”
Professor Falati was featured in the Albany Business Review’s “People on the Move.”
Professor Gottlieb gave a talk about his book, “Unfit for Democracy,” to the faculty of Marquette University Law School on September 7.
Professor Brescia spoke about his book, “How Cities Will Save the World,” at Georgia State University College of Law on September 8.
Professor Falati, Students to Help Entrepreneurs Develop High-Impact Ideas
After Prestigious Clerkship, Armistead ’14 Follows Calling to Immigration Law Clinic Catania ’17 Helps to Label a Level 3 Sex Offender