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State suit cites mismanagement at Rochester teachers’ aide union (9662)

The New York State Attorney General’s office has filed a lawsuit against former officers of a Monroe County labor union for their alleged waste and mismanagement of union funds. The suit seeks a return of the monies to the union ...

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Domestic violence training conference Oct. 1 & 2

The University at Buffalo Law School’s Family Violence Clinic will cosponsor a training conference for professionals who work with the victims of abuse and domestic violence. Titled “Domestic Violence: Where Do We Go From Here,” the one-day conference will be ...

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Domestic violence training conference Oct. 1 & 2 (9664)

The University at Buffalo Law School’s Family Violence Clinic will cosponsor a training conference for professionals who work with the victims of abuse and domestic violence. Titled “Domestic Violence: Where Do We Go From Here,” the one-day conference will be ...

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Upcoming continuing legal education credit opportunities

Keeping Pace with the Changing Immigration Law Landscape. Earn 9.5 continuing legal education credits from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 4, 2002 by attending this all day conference to be held at Queens Landing at Niagara-on-the-Lake. The ...

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Upcoming continuing legal education credit opportunities (9654)

Keeping Pace with the Changing Immigration Law Landscape. Earn 9.5 continuing legal education credits from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 4, 2002 by attending this all day conference to be held at Queens Landing at Niagara-on-the-Lake. The ...

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People’s Law School provides public with education on the law

Once again, one of the Monroe County Bar Association’s broadest reaching public education tools, the “People’s Law School” will hit the airwaves in October. The four week television series, broadcast live from WXXI, and co-sponsored by the Monroe County Bar ...

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People’s Law School provides public with education on the law (9643)

Once again, one of the Monroe County Bar Association’s broadest reaching public education tools, the “People’s Law School” will hit the airwaves in October. The four week television series, broadcast live from WXXI, and co-sponsored by the Monroe County Bar ...

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Continuing Legal Ed. on Social Security Advocacy planned for Oct.

On October 15 and 16, Catherine Callery, Esq. and Edwin Lopez-Soto, Esq. partner in presenting a two-hour program on Social Security Advocacy. Disabled people who have been denied SSI benefits generally cannot afford legal representation to appeal their case to ...

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Continuing Legal Ed. on Social Security Advocacy planned for Oct. (9648)

On October 15 and 16, Catherine Callery, Esq. and Edwin Lopez-Soto, Esq. partner in presenting a two-hour program on Social Security Advocacy. Disabled people who have been denied SSI benefits generally cannot afford legal representation to appeal their case to ...

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ABA president calls on lawyers to work with ‘Freedom’s Answer’ projects in schools (9636)

American Bar Association President Alfred P. Carlton Jr. called on lawyers around the country to join ‘Freedom’s Answer,’ a nationwide campaign being led by high school students this fall to maximize voter turnout in federal elections. The project will send ...

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Domestic violence prevention conference set for October 2

Improving Community Response to Domestic Violence: Raising the Bar is the topic of an upcoming conference sponsored by the Rochester/Monroe County Domestic Violence Consortium. The conference is set for 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2002 at ...

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