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Part 137 Program Offices Notice
Please note that the Part 137 Program Offices will be closed from August 1st through August 15th. Any new filings, and responses to program matters, will still be deemed received on that the date we receive them by e-mail. Otherwise, hearings and responses to your Part 137 inquiries will resume on Monday, August 15th.

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NYCLA 2022 Press Release

August 2022
New York County Lawyers Association Past President Robert L. Haig Honored with New York Law Journal Lifetime Achievement Award & Hon. Rosalyn H. Richter, NYCLA Member and 2016 Capozzoli Gavel Awardee also Receives Lifetime Achievement Honors

Statements and Letters
NYCLA 2022 Statements and Letters

June 2022
New York County Lawyers Association Issues Statement on SCOTUS ruling on Dobbs v. Mississippi


April 2022
Report of the New York County Lawyers Association for the Establishment of a Task Force on Lieutenant Gubernatorial Succession

NYCLA 2021 Amicus Briefs

December 2021
New York County Lawyers Association with the National Police Accountability Project files amicus brief in the New York State Court of Appeals in the matter of Ferreira v. City of Binghampton