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Global Human Rights Advocate to Receive Ruth Bader Ginsburg Memorial Scholarship

The New York State Bar Association will present Kristen Popham, a champion of women and disability rights, with the Ruth Bader Ginsburg Memorial Scholarship during its House of Delegates meeting April 6 in Albany. Popham is a second-year student at…
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Can You Get Fired For Speaking Your Mind Online?

Employees are free to express their opinions, but their employers may hold them responsible for the content of what they say. With the widespread use of social media and the blurring of the lines between work and home, many workplaces…
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Where Do We Go From Here? Dispute Resolution DEI Initiatives After the Students for Fair Admissions Decision

In recent years, dispute resolution service providers, professional associations and court-annexed ADR programs have launched initiatives to increase diversity, equity and inclusion among dispute resolution practitioners. These programs seek to recruit, train and support members of historically underrepresented communities in…
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Profiles in Leadership: T. Andrew Brown, Former NYSBA President 2021-2022

The New York State Bar Association Committee on Leadership Development is profiling the association’s leaders in a series of articles that will appear on the website. In each profile, we examine the path they took to become a leader, the…
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Symposium Illuminates the Causes of Systemic Racism and Why Inequities Are Still Prevalent in Our Lives

The unequal outcomes of long-standing discriminatory laws and policies are still having an impact locally and nationally, speakers at a symposium presented by the New York State Bar Association and Albany Law School told participants. The symposium examined how centuries-old…
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New EASL Chair Sarah Robertson Is Aiming To Build Upon The Section’s Robust Foundation

A continued emphasis on creating high-quality content and recruiting younger members are the priorities for Sarah Robertson who took over as chair of the Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law Section earlier this year. “I’ve always been passionate about the content…
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Trial Academy 2023

Trial Academy Provides New Lawyers With a Boot Camp Experience

A one-of-a-kind boot camp for trial attorneys who want to improve their courtroom skills is set to kick off on April 6 in Albany. The five-day New York State Bar Association academy covers all aspects of a trial from jury…
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Breaking News: New Rules on Property Condition Disclosure and Flood Risk Go Into Effect Today

A new real estate law goes into effect today, bringing with it major changes that remove the option to give the buyer a $500 credit at closing instead of filling out the property disclosure form. The amendments of the real…
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What the Equal Rights Amendment Will Mean in New York

On Nov. 5, 2024, New York voters will be asked to decide whether New York amends its constitution to include an equal rights amendment. Below is a discussion of the amendment and its path to the ballot as well as…
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New York State Bar Association Event To Examine Issues Related to Social Media and Free Speech in the Workplace

What happens when political speech causes friction and disputes in the workplace? What rights do employees have when speaking about current events on social media? Many businesses and employers are struggling with these issues due to the recent conflict in…
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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.


NYSBA Journal: January - February 2024

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State Bar News: Summer 2023 Edition

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New York State Law Digest: January 2024 Edition

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