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April 2021


Ep. 3 - Amicus Curiae with Host Daniel K. Wiig, Esq., A Conversation with Hon. Anthony Cannataro, Citywide Administrative Judge of the Civil Court of the City of New York and a Justice of the New York State Supreme Court





The New York County Lawyers Association Podcast series: Amicus Curiae with Host Daniel K. Wiig, Esq. is proud to present Episode 3 - A Conversation with the Hon. Judge Anthony Cannataro, Administrative Judge of the Civil Court of the City of New York and Justice of the New York Supreme Court. In this episode you will gain insights on the efforts undertaken to pivot the NY Civil Courts operations from in person to virtual during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Judge Cannataro also shares his thoughts on the importance of ADR and the critical role this tool plays in the within the New York Civil Courts. Join Host Daniel K. Wiig as he delves into an important conversation with Hon. Anthony Cannataro, NY's Administrative Judge responsible for managing the largest civil jurisdiction court, by volume, in the United States.

Hon. Anthony Cannataro's Biography  



March 2021

 


Ep. 2 - Amicus Curiae with Host Daniel K. Wiig, Esq., A Conversation with Deena 'Fireball' Baikowitz



The New York County Lawyers Association Podcast series is kicks off it's second episode with guest Deena 'Fireball' Baikowitz. In this episode you will gain insights from Deena 'Fireball' Baikowitz on networking, Zoom Etiquette, Personal Branding, and professionalism in the New Normal. Join our host Daniel K. Wiig, and Deena Baikowitz as they hold a conversation delving into the networking skills that impact your professional bottom line.

About Deeana 'Fireball' Baikowitz  


February 2021


Ep. 1 - Amicus Curiae with Host Daniel K. Wiig, Esq., A Conversation with The Hon. Stewart D. Aaron, Magistrate Judge, United States District Court, Southern District of New York


Video Presentations - February 2021

 

NYCLA CLE - A robust and insightful portfolio of cutting-edge programs



NYCLA unifies the bench, bar and academia to deliver meaningful programs



NYCLA's Minority Judicial Internship Program Success Stories



NYCLA Pro Bono Programs - New Yorkers Helping New Yorkers



NYCLA Honors Authors of its Renown Commercial Litigation in New York State Courts



NYCLA's Legacy of Diversity & Inclusion



A Celebration of Diversity & Service in the Legal Profession



The 56th Charles Evans Hughes Memorial Lecture*



*1 complementary NY CLE credit in Professional Practice was awarded to attorneys attending the live program. For details on other upcoming CLE programs of interest, click here . The recoding will NOT be available for CLE credit.

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