NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics CLE Co-sponsor Opinion 10-166 Background: The inquiring judge asked whether it was permissible to organize and co-sponsor with the Appellate Division Office of Attorneys for Children, a continuing legal education program that addresses various issues relating to family violence for lawyers and members of the courthouse staff. The program […]
The St. Thomas More Lawyers’ Guild is sponsoring a free seminar on implementing the New York State Family Health Care Decision Act with respect to the religious and moral beliefs of an incompetent person. The program, providing 2 credit hours ...
The St. Thomas More Lawyers Guild is sponsoring a free CLE seminar on “Natural Law and End of Life Directives.” The program will be offered from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Oct. 22 at St. John Fisher College, Wilson Lounge. It is approved for two credit hours for professional practice ...
Imagine trying to defend people accused of taking part in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. What about representing a serial killer or militia member who just gunned down local citizens? It has been done, sometimes at great personal cost ...
The New York State Bar Association is sponsoring two Continuing Legal Education workshops this month in Rochester. The first, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, is “Ethics & Civility 2011,” an introductory course presented by the association’s Commercial and Federal Litigation Section
Leave it to attorneys to find a legal angle in a canals conference. The New York State Canal Corporation and local attorney Lucien A. Morin II have put together a series of programs for Thursday, the final day of the 2010 World Canals Conference ...
On Earth Day, April 22, the Paralegal Association of Rochester hosted a CLE luncheon, “Clean Air, Climate Change and the Law,” at the First Federal Conference Center. Hiscock and Barclay attorney Danielle E. Mettler presented ...
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