Albany Law’s affiliation with UAlbany was featured in the Business Review’s front-page story “Capital Region U: Why colleges work together.” (See text below.) The article included a quote from 3+3 student Daniel Lei, ’18. President & Dean Ouellette was quoted in the print version.
Law Student and Alumni Profiles:
- For David Crossman, 2-Week Drive from Alaska Turns into 3-Year Law School Journey
- Zaid ’92 Leads Lawsuit against Trump and D.C. Hotel
Professor Christine Chung appeared on Spectrum News’ “In Focus” for the segment “Expert: Albany Not Alone in Capital City Budget Problems.”
Professor Stephen Gottlieb’s commentary, “Trump and Jobs,” was heard on WAMC’s Northeast Report.
Professor Melissa Breger will present “Making the Invisible Visible: Analyzing Implicit Bias in the Courtroom” at Boston University on April 13.
Professor Vincent Bonventre will discuss “Current Topics Facing Women and People of Diverse Backgrounds – U.S. Supreme Court: The Nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch” at Albany Law School on March 23, 2017. The discussion is being presented by the Capital District Women’s Bar Association’s Diversity and Gender Fairness Committee.
Professor Stephen Gottlieb will participate on the panel “Nonfiction: The Courts & the Constitution” at the Los Angeles Times’ Festival of Books, held at the University of Southern California, on April 23.
Professor Robert Heverly, ’92 discussed issues surrounding drones and small unmanned aircraft on the panel “Federal Preemption of UAS Regulation” at Syracuse University College of Law on March 10. The event was presented by the Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism.