The Daily Gazette wrote about alumna Megyn Kelly’s March 9 book signing at Albany Law. NEWS10 ABC aired a segment on it, and the news was tweeted by reporters at WAMC and Time Warner Cable News.
Professor Gottlieb‘s commentary, “Labor Economics,” was heard on WAMC’s Northeast Report.
Dean Haynes joined “The Capitol Pressroom” to discuss cybersecurity and data privacy issues following his participation in that day’s Anderson Breakfast seminar. He also was quoted in the Daily Gazette article “Down to Business: Use caution with ‘smart’ devices.”
Professor Rogerson spoke with NewsChannel 13 for the story “Brother of Iranian UAlbany Professors reunited with family amid block on immigration order.”
Professor Bonventre will present “Religious Liberty: Fundamental Right or Nuisance” at Manchester Community Library in Manchester, Vt. on February 21.
Professor Clark moderated the LGBT Law Series panel “Legal Issues Facing LGBT Older Adults” at Albany Law School on February 16.
Professor Patrick Connors authored the 2017 Supplement to Siegel’s New York Practice (Thomson, Connors ed.). He is working on the Sixth Edition, Siegel and Connors, New York Practice. He also authored the 2016 McKinney’s Supplementary Practice Commentaries for CPLR Article 22, Stay, Motions, Orders and Mandates; Article 23, Subpoenas, Oaths and Affirmations; Article 30, Remedies and Pleading; and Article 31, Disclosure.
Professor Patrick Connors presented a New York Ethics Update to the Chaminade High School Alumni Lawyers Association in Mineola, N.Y. on February 2. His scholarship continues to be cited regularly in reported decisions (over 25 citations in 2016), including the New York Court of Appeals February 14, 2017 majority decision in Artibee v. Home Place Corporation, which relied on the discussion of CPLR Article 16 in the January 2017 Supplement to New York Practice.
Professor De Barbieri will present “Public Participation in Disruptive Transportation Technology Planning” at Western New England University School of Law in Springfield, Mass. on March 21.
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