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Month: July 2021
NYSBA is convening an emergency task force to determine whether COVID-19 vaccination mandates should be considered in the interest of protecting the greatest possible number of people and preventing another virus wave.
The Nominating Committee invites members of the New York State Bar Association to submit recommendations of themselves or others for consideration in developing its slate of nominees for association offices beginning in 2022.
It is imperative that New York act now or else we will have no choice but to accept the pig that is being developed in the NCBE’s poke.
T. Andrew Brown, president of the New York State Bar Association (NYSBA), issued a statement today regarding the Miami-Dade building collapse, which claimed the life of a New York City lawyer and NYSBA member who was one of the last victims identified.
Chief Judge Janet DiFiore, during her coronavirus update today, provided additional details about the mask policy in courthouses statewide and noted that court officials were planning to ramp up in-person trial activity in September.
It reads like the plot of Mean Girls or Ferris Bueller’s Day Off or The Breakfast Club. Only this time around, Molly Ringwald and Ally Sheedy would have to be cast as the teens’ mothers.
NYSBA is launching a blue-ribbon Task Force on Voting Rights and Democracy to make recommendations and provide expert analysis to lawyers, policymakers, legislators, and journalists on how to safeguard the very foundation of this country’s democracy.