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NYCLA’s 102nd Annual Dinner
Tuesday, December 13, 2016, Reception – 6:30pm / Dinner – 7:30pm

Please Note: All above-mentioned events take place at the NYCLA Home of Law, 14 Vesey Street, unless otherwise indicated.


  
New York County Lawyers Association Statement on the Passing of Honorable Leonard B. Sand

Judge Sand was a proponent of justice and fairness as evidenced by, among other things, his landmark ruling in 1986 which structured a program to end patterns of racial discrimination in housing in the City of Yonkers.
NYCLA Statement on Hon. Leonard B. Sand
NYCLA Testimony of LSNYC on oversight Oct 19 2016

NYCLA Education Law Committee submits testimony at NYC Council Hearing on bulling prevention for LGBT and other vulnerable students in NYC schools
NYCLA Education Law Committee testimony 10 20 16
Online Legal Services Providers, Consumer Advocates, and Noteworthy Legal Experts Speak at Public Forum Discussing the Use of On-line Legal Forms by Consumers

NYCLA Public Forum will be held on Friday September 30, 2016
Online Legal Forms Public Forum
Committee on the Supreme Court submits comment letter in response to Chief Administrative Judge Marks’ proposal to implement mandatory electronic filing in Richmond County—Civil Term.

Committee on the Supreme Court submits comment letter
Committee on the Supreme Court Comment letter
New York County Lawyers LGBT Committee sends letter to Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox of Utah commending his remarks on inclusion of the LGBT community

New York County Lawyers LGBT Committee sends letter to Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox of Utah.
NYCLA LGBT Committee Letter to Lt. Gov. Cox
NYCLA Criminal Justice Section and the Civil Rights and Liberties Committee Judith Clark Clemency Letter

The Criminal Justice Section and the Civil Rights and Liberties Committee of the New York County Lawyers Association urge Governor Cuomo to grant clemency to Judith Clark.
NYCLA CJS and CRLC Judith Clark Clemency Letter

NY Bridge the Gap: A Program for Newly Admitted Attorneys – First Day Webinar and Second Day Live
December 9 - more...

[WEBINAR] NY Bridge the Gap: A Program for Newly Admitted Attorneys - Day 1 Only
December 9 - more...

NY Bridge the Gap 2: A Program for Newly Admitted Attorneys
December 9 - more...

NY Bridge the Gap 2: A Program for Newly Admitted Attorneys - Day 1 Only
December 9 - more...

Certified Guardian, Court Evaluator and Counsel for AIP Training: Certification Program Approved by the Office of Court Administration
December 15 - more...

NY Bridge the Gap 2: A Program for Newly Admitted Attorneys - Day 2 Only
December 16 - more...

A Conversation with the SDNY: Electronic Filing Best Practices
December 16 - more...

Ethics, Civility and the Newly Admitted Attorney
December 16 - more...

Overview of Business Bankruptcy Law
December 16 - more...

   



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