OCTOBER 2019 – JUNE 2020 FREE WEBINARS PRESENTED ON THE SECOND TUESDAY OF EACH MONTH 12:00 P.M. – 12:30 P.M. WEBINAR SERIES ONLINE ON DEMAND ARCHIVES Considering What’s Next: (Re)Defining Retirement in a COVID World Rosemary C. Byrne, Step-By-Step Coaching LLC The Very Real Threat of Identity Theft: Measures for Prevention, Detection and … Continued
REAL PROPERTY LAW SECTION STUDENT INTERNSHIP PROGRAM REAL PROPERTY LAW SECTION STUDENT INTERNSHIP PROGRAM HOST FIRMS WANTED FOR THE FALL 2019 SEMESTER—ARE YOU INTERESTED IN HOSTING? The Real Property Law Section (RPLS) has partnered with law schools in New York State to create an RPLS Student Internship Program. The purpose of this clinical program is … Continued
We hope you’ll be able to join us in July 2020! Save the Dates! Real Property Law Section Summer Meeting July 9 – 11, 2020 Montréal Marriott Château Champlain | Montréal Quebec, Canada Join us for a taste of Europe in this diverse and vibrant city that blends the cosmopolitan with old world charm. Stroll … Continued
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Lorraine Power Tharp Community leader and attorney Lorraine Power Tharp was well known for volunteer leadership of many arts, health and equine-related organizations, as well as for her years of service to the New York State Bar Association. Lorraine was born in Staten Island, but grew up in Massena, N.Y. She graduated from Smith College … Continued
Immediate Past Section Chair William Schrag discusses what makes the International Section unique and why section membership is imporatant.
“Attorney Professionalism” Defined Attorney Professionalism refers to those qualities and attributes of a lawyer reflecting honor, integrity, civility, and commitment in the practice of law. These qualities notably elevate the profession from simply a means to earn a living. An attorney demonstrates professionalism by striving above career success, in pursuit of goals that meaningfully enhance … Continued
The New York State Bar Association’s Committee on Animals and the Law would like to introduce you to our Intro to Humane Education program. This program can help educators meet the requirements of New York State Education Law §809, which states: “The officer, board or commission authorized or required to prescribe courses of instruction shall … Continued