Author: Dan

Frontline Providers Need More Support during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Disclaimer: The opinions expressed are solely that of the authors who take full responsibility for this content. There are no conflicts of interest to report. It is often said that we are at war with an “invisible enemy” during the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the recent history of similar outbreaks (i.e., SARS, H1N1), failures in government … Continued

A Good Year To Be a 2L

As a 2L, I understood the demands of law school and had developed skills and strategies to cope with the stress and to succeed. The things that had worried me as a 1L seemed much less daunting as I returned to campus in September. Then came the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Case For Virtual Mediation

Mediation, even if conducted virtually, is a viable alternative to case resolution pending the resumption of normal court operations.

Scott M. Karson Becomes 123rd President of NYSBA

Karson will serve a one-year term as president. He will be sworn in this evening by New York State Chief Judge Janet DiFiore, during a virtual ceremony that will be the first of its kind in NYSBA’s 144-year history.