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President Richard Lewis Reflects on a Groundbreaking Year

President Richard Lewis reflects on his groundbreaking year as president and the initiatives he took to combat anti-Asian hate and antisemitism, preserve diversity and keep funding flowing to legal services programs. He also shares how the year has changed him…
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Image-Generative AI: Has Technology Evolved Beyond Modern-Day Fair Use?

Introduction Copyright is uniquely situated between the force of law and the pressure of an ever-evolving society. Since its inception, courts, legislators, and administrators have had to adjust and recontextualize copyright law to appropriately conform to new technologies and artforms.…
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U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts Surprises NYSBA Young Lawyers With a Visit Ahead of Their Admissions Ceremony

More than two dozen young lawyers from the New York State Bar Association were honored by a visit from Chief Justice John Roberts before their admission ceremony to the Supreme Court Bar.  The Chief Justice attended a breakfast at the…
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Burden of Proof: Affirmation of Truth of Statement by ‘Any Person’ Redux

Introduction Our spring column discussed the Jan. 1, 2024 amendment to CPLR 2106 allowing “any person,” regardless of where they are located, to use an affirmation in lieu of an affidavit. We reviewed the history of CPLR 2106, and the…
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What Happens When a Governor Is Unable to Serve?

When Andrew Cuomo resigned as governor in August 2021, New York had a constitutional procedure in place to fill that vacancy instantly. Under the constitution, Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul became governor. So far, so good. But what if she became…
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Augustine Classical Wins 2024 New York State Bar Association Mock Trial Competition

Augustine Classical Academy, a small Saratoga County Christian school, bested an impressive prosecution put on by Clarence High School from Erie County to win the New York State Bar Association Mock Trial Competition. The fictional criminal case, the People of…
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Presiding Justice Elizabeth Garry Honored For Public Service by The New York State Bar Association

Presiding Justice Elizabeth A. Garry received the Robert L. Haig Award from the New York State Bar Association. The award, which is given out by the association’s Commercial & Federal Litigation Section, was presented to her on Saturday, May 18,…
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NY Extends Online Skills Courses for New Attorneys

The New York State CLE Board has extended the deadline for the changes to format restrictions applicable to newly admitted attorneys for Skills CLE credit and the approval of all Accredited Providers to offer CLE programs in certain non-traditional formats…
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Nottingham High School Mock Trial Win Solidifies Team Prominence in Region II

For the second time in two years, the Syracuse public school city wide Mock Trial Team is headed to the state finals. Nottingham High School, which is made up of students from all of the city’s public high schools, beat…
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Clarence High School Mock Trial Team Finds Strength in Legacy

Postseason competition in Mock Trial is nothing new for the Clarence High School team in suburban Buffalo. The team this year bested a crowded field of more than two dozen schools from Western New York to take the Region I…
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NYSBA Publications

NYSBA produces and releases a variety of publications that pertain to case law, procedural developments, practice management, and a host of other topics of interest to legal professionals. Learn more by selecting a publication below, and read the latest issue or browse the archives. Note: Some issues and archives require you to login to the site first to access.

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NYSBA Journal: Spring 2024

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State Bar News- Annual Meeting 2024

State Bar News: Annual Meeting 2024 Edition

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CasePrep Plus

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New York State Law Digest: May 2024 Edition

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