From Stonewall to Windsor: New York’s March to LGBTQ Rights
See the landmark New York LGBTQ cases through the eyes of those who know them best – the judges and attorneys who lived this history.
The New York State Bar Association’s LGBTQ Law Section members can attend “From Stonewall to Windsor: New York’s March to LGBTQ Rights” and earn CLE credits for free. The event has been rescheduled to May 25 and will run from 6 to 8 pm.
LGBTQ Law Section Chair Christopher R. Riano (president, Center for Civic Education and lecturer, Constitutional Law & Government, Columbia University) will give the keynote speech about New York’s march toward LGBTQ rights.
NYSBA Past President Hank Greenberg will moderate a panel discussion featuring leading legal luminaries who will share their personal recollections and give insight into cases like Onofre, Braschi, and Hernandez. The panelists are Hon. Rosalyn Richter, former associate justice, Appellate Division, First Department and senior counsel, Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer; Hon. Matthew J. Titone, Surrogate’s Court, Richmond County; Roberta A. Kaplan, partner, Kaplan Hecker & Fink; and Riano.
Former Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman will make welcoming remarks.