In honor of national Law Day, the law firm Harter, Secrest & Emery LLP in Rochester entertained and educated 134 local students May 5 with its 13th annual mock trial play at the Memorial Art Gallery. A cast of HSE ...Read More »
Several Seventh Judicial District employees of the state Unified Court System and security officers were honored April 29 with longevity pins in appreciation of their service. Administrative Judge Craig J. Doran hosted the ceremony at the Hall of Justice, followed ...Read More »
GRAWA President Melanie Wolk opened the annual meeting of the Greater Rochester Association for Women Attorneys with a recap of the year’s accomplishments, calling on members of the audience to share their “favorite” GRAWA event this past year. The American ...Read More »
Members of the Rochester Black Bar Association and local dignitaries turned out in large numbers Thursday to honor Rochester City Court Judge Stephen T. Miller with the bar association’s Bridge Builder Award. Judge Miller was recognized at the fourth annual ...Read More »
More than 300 attorneys, judges and members of the community attended the Foundation of the Monroe County Bar’s fourth annual Jazz For Justice event March 21 at the Harro East Ballroom. Jazz For Justice is the foundation’s primary fundraising event ...Read More »
In January, the Greater Rochester Association for Women Attorneys offered a continuing legal education program titled “Practical Ethics Advice: Tips and Tricks for Staying Out of Trouble.” Moderated by Brighton Town Judge Karen Morris, the speakers included Sarah Snyder Merkel ...
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Mindfulness is the currently vogue term for “being present” or “tuning in to oneself.” Dr. Autumn Gallegos, of the University of Rochester Medical Center, talked to GRAWA members and guests about mindfulness and techniques for managing stress, ultimately talking the ...Read More »