James M. Paulino II, an associate attorney with the law firm of Faraci Lange LLP, will be recognized by the Monroe County Bar Association at its annual Installation Dinner on Thursday. Paulino will receive the association’s Emerging Bar Leader Award, ...Read More »
A fair and independent judiciary is the cornerstone of America’s constitutional democracy, according to John J. Postel, deputy administrator in charge of the Rochester office of the state Commission on Judicial Conduct. Postel said an independent judiciary means one that ...
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The Monroe County Bar Association has released the rating results of six people it has evaluated this year who are seeking judgeships for New York State Supreme Court, Monroe County Family Court and Rochester City Court. The association also re-released ...Read More »
Rochester needs to change its financial structure or face failure, according to Mayor Thomas S. Richards. Addressing fellow members of the Monroe County Bar Association, Richards spoke “Toward a New Politics of Governing,” saying the regressive property tax that supports ...Read More »
Candidates seeking judicial office in the Seventh Judicial District are being asked to participate in the Monroe County Bar Association’s judicial evaluation process. Candidates are asked to provide written notification with the court for which they are running by 5 ...Read More »
The Foundation of the Monroe County Bar is seeking nominations for its Humanitarian Award, presented annually at the Monroe County Bar Association’s Law Day luncheon in the spring. The foundation established its Humanitarian Award in 2003 to recognize individuals and ...Read More »
Students at Adlai E. Stevenson School 29 have the tools needed to help get their school year off to a good start. Many received backpacks with school supplies Thursday as part of the Lawyers for Learning program sponsored by the Monroe County Bar Association.Read More »