Undocumented immigrants and their families are eyeing a Jan. 25 executive order that significantly changed the enforcement priorities for removal of undocumented immigrants. “The current political climate has created enormous uncertainty for families in which one or more members are ...Read More »
The Rochester Black Bar Association continues to demonstrate its dedication to building bridges and breaking down barriers in the community. The Bridge Builder Award, now in its seventh year, was presented to Sheila A. Gaddis on Thursday at a “Bridges ...Read More »
In 1977, Paul E. Richardson was in law school in Syracuse and the practice of law looked quite a bit different than it does today. He recalls working at IBM after earning his undergraduate degree at Hampton University, then his ...Read More »
The Arbor Loft at 17 Pitkin St. was a new venue for the MCBA Young Lawyers Section Silent Auction, but it featured many of the familiar auction packages such as golf outings, dog grooming, restaurant and shopping cards, and museum ...Read More »
On April 12, Mark Whitford, partner at Barclay Damon, accrued a couple hours of pro bono credit while helping four low-income unrepresented litigants and collaborating with two UB law students at the Federal Pro Se Assistance Program (PSAP). In the ...Read More »
Ask 12-year-olds to finish the sentence: Justice is ___________, and they will react openly. “Justice is unfair,” was the response from one sixth-grader, when the Hon. Jerry Alonzo was gathering responses to be used in an art project he started ...
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