Please join OUTLaw for: “Running with Pride,”
A panel discussion on running for elected office and identifying as LGBTQ+.
Assembly member Daniel J. O’Donnell, NYS Assembly District 69;
Hon. Elizabeth Garry ’90, Appellate Division, Third Department;
Mike Violando ’96, Sullivan Keenan Oliver & Violando, LLP;
Hon. Jill Polk ’87, Schenectady County Family Court;
Hon. Margaret T. Walsh, Albany County Family Court;
and Geri Pomerantz, Legal Aid Society of Northeastern New York.
- Time: 6:00 P.M. – 8:00 P.M. Reception to Follow!
- Location and FREE PARKING:
Albany Law School, 1928 Building,
80 New Scotland Avenue, Albany, NY 12208
- Dean Alexander Moot Courtroom (4th floor)
Questions? contact: Dena DeFazio, E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tutors (Multiple Openings – $12/hour) – Apply on CSM by Feb. 28th.
(Albany Law School students who are work-study eligible are encouraged to apply).
Please log into your ALBANYLAW LINK account for more information and to apply. Contact your assigned career counselor in our office with questions! And remember, the application deadline is February 28, 2017.
Work hours available: Monday through Thursday, 3:00 to 5:00pm, during the Spring & Fall 2017 semesters. Questions! please email Andrea Wedler, Director of Financial Aid, email@example.com
Position Type: Academic year, Work-study openings
Desired Class Level(s): 1L, 2L, 3L
Description: Looking for students willing to tutor at-risk, urban students (ages 5- 13 years). Hiring Criteria: Must be federal work study eligible (contact the Albany Law’s Financial Aid Office to determine eligibility).
Description: Looking for law students willing to tutor at-risk, urban students (ages 5- 13 years). Tutors are needed for a community-based partnership for afterschool tutoring for students in Albany. We are looking for motivated individuals to assist us in providing curriculum, providing special activities, administrative duties, as well as research and grant writing. Hours available: Monday through Thursday – 3:00 to 5:00pm.
Off-Campus Work Site: Two Together Literacy Project, 200 Green Street, Albany, NY 12201 (Less than 3 miles from the Law School).
Topic: “Salty and Fresh Frontiers in Native American History”
Click Here: lipman_fosseick_flier
You are invited to the annual Janice D. and Theodore H. Fossieck Lecture. This event will take place from 1:45 to 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday, February 15th in the Standish Room of the Science Library on University at Albany’s Uptown Campus. There is a Free bus service to UA’s campus from Albany Law School. A map of the UAlbany campus is available here: http://www.albany.edu/maps/uptownmap.html
This year’s speaker is Andrew Lipman, Assistant Professor of History at Barnard College. He is the author of, The Saltwater Frontier: Indians and the Contest for the American Coast, winner of the Bancroft Prize in American History, finalist for the New England Society Book Award, and honorable mention for the PROSE Award in U.S. History.
This event is FREE and open to the public – this event is wheelchair accessible, for other accommodation or if you have any questions, please contact Christopher Pastore, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Millions across the world celebrate The Year Of The Rooster:
Join Us for Breakfast on Wednesday, February 1st from 8:30am – 10:30am. Stop by the red tables outside the Library’s Foyer for some breakfast treats.
Co-sponsored by: APALSA and members of the Diversity Faculty Committee
The 2017 Chinese New Year celebrations were not only restricted to China or Chinatowns across the globe as a large number of people from London to San Francisco came out to celebrate the Spring Festival, bringing in the Year of Rooster. One of the most important traditional celebrations in China and countries with a large Chinese population, the lunar new year is a family holiday where people clean their homes and decorate them with red lanterns and posters of poetic verses.
October is National Substance Abuse Prevention Month, an observance that focuses on the role substance abuse prevention plays in promoting safe and healthy communities. This month Albany Law School joins the effort to highlight the health risks involved with the abuse of drugs and alcohol and to provide information and resources related to the prevention and treatment of substance abuse. Albany Law School’s Drug and Alcohol Policy
What are the health effects of alcohol and drug abuse? Alcohol Use and Your Health
Concerned that you or a loved one has a substance abuse problem? Rethinking Drinking
Looking for ways to prevent alcohol and drug abuse? Ten Tips for Prevention for Parents
Join Us! On Wednesday, October 5, 2016, Prisoners’ Legal Services will host its annual event for National Pro Bono Week. Each year focuses on a different theme. This year’s theme will be death and dying while incarcerated and will include a screening of Prison Terminal: The Last Days of Private Jack Hall, a film highlighting one man’s final days in the Iowa State Penitentiary. Nominated for an Academy Award, the film provides a rarely seen look into prison hospice programs.
After the screening will be a panel discussion with Edgar Barens, the film’s director, and David Leven, Executive Director of End of Life Choices NY, followed by a reception.
Prior to the film, PLS will present awards to volunteers from across the state for their pro bono service to incarcerated New Yorkers.
The event will be held at Albany Law School, Wednesday, October 5, 2016
Click here for tickets.