The Symposium will be held at Albany Law School this Saturday (2/25/17). The symposium is being organized by one of our alums, Samantha Barnhart, Esq. (formerly Howell), and is co-sponsored by the National Lawyers Guild-Albany Chapter, the New York Civil Liberties Union-Capital Region Chapter, and the New York State Bar Association’s Pro Bono Service Department. Continue reading
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.” Continue reading
Youth Law Day (YLD) is a program sponsored by the New York State Bar Association’s Committee on Diversity and Inclusion and administered by its Youth Law Day Subcommittee. The goal of the program is to provide high school students with a sense of the law school experience, and to reduce the mystery or sense of unattainability that might be associated with it. Typically, the centerpiece is an interactive classroom experience led by law school faculty. Nearly 80 high school students from the Capital District YMCA, Glenmont Job Corps and guests from the Albany Law School Community will spend the day with us exploring the possibility of a legal profession.
Since 2006, all of New York’s 15 law schools have opened their doors to high school and elementary school students in their communities. The goal of the program is to help high school students envision law school as a realistic opportunity.
Special thanks to the Admissions Office; Professors: Gerald Rock and Sarah Rogerson; and all of our presenters, student participants and volunteers. Continue reading
Albany Law School’s Black Law Student Association (BLSA) is working in conjunction with multiple minority bar associations across the state to host an informative panel discussion about how to become a judge. This panel will feature judges from New York City and upstate New York. Most importantly, many of our minority alumni will be there to talk about their experiences, how they got to the bench, and their views about diversity in our judicial system. Get the unique opportunity to meet together, network and gain insight about the field from some very interesting people!
This event is taking place during the Black and Hispanic Legislative Caucus weekend seminars on Saturday, Feb. 18 in the Assembly Parlor from 3:30-4:45.
For more information: http://www.nysabprl.org/nysabprl2016/2016-schedule/
Additionally, if you are a member of BLSA, you have the opportunity to serve as a volunteer to check judges in, and help out at the reception that will take place at the Hilton after the panel. If you are interested, please email Racquel Saddler, ’18 at email@example.com.
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, firstname.lastname@example.org
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).
The Kenneth G. Standard Diversity Internship Program, sponsored by the New York State Bar Association’s Corporate Counsel Section, has announced two additional summer 2017 diversity internships. The goal of this program is to increase the representation of lawyers and students from a diverse range of backgrounds in corporate legal departments, and to provide students from a diverse range of backgrounds with an opportunity to experience in-house legal practice. The ultimate goal of the Diversity Internship Program is to create a network and forge relationships which will foster greater diversity in corporate legal departments throughout New York State.
Remember, the application deadline is February 20, 2017.
Employer: PepsiCo, Purchase, NY: Legal Intern: PepsiCo is a premier Consumer Products Company focused on convenient foods and beverages. PepsiCo’s tax department is committed to the Program and prepared to dedicate the time and resources necessary to promote its success. Continue reading
Topic: “Salty and Fresh Frontiers in Native American History”
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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, email@example.com.