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After the World Refugee Day CLE and orientation on June 20th, head over to Dr. Weeks Elementary School at 6pm for dinner, performances and a keynote by Mayor Stephanie Miner. RSVP by June 17th.
This CLE’s topic brings together a number of local experts familiar with the refugee experience in Central New York who will discuss what cultural competency means when working with refugees and will identify strategies relevant institutions can pursue to make refugees feel embraced.
In this age of travel bans and evolving immigration policies you may need to fortify your knowledge of the how the process of deportation occurs and how to maneuver through it if your client also has dealings within the criminal justice system.
The Elder Abuse Conference, now in its 20th year, provides the community with a variety of resources and five credit-bearing Continuing Legal Education seminars for the lawyers who attend.
Learn how to navigate clients through the Volunteer Lawyers Project’s SSDI/SSI Outreach, Access, and Recovery (SOAR) process when you understand program eligibility standards, Sign up! It’s FREE!
The May 2017 Newsletter features: Law Day 2017 Coverage, VALAC’s Mission to Stop Animal Abuse, Convening on the NYS Constitution, Bar Boards, Newsmakers, and more!
Take a moment to watch a new video produced by The Historical Society of the New York Courts and the Commercial Division Advisory Council that showcases the world-class status of the Commercial Division of the New York State Supreme Court.
All interested parties meeting the minimum qualifications are encouraged to submit a UCS-5 Application for Employment form obtainable at www.nycourts.gov/careers/UCS5.pdf and a resume to: Mary L. Jones, Human Resources, Appellate Division, Fourth Department, M. Dolores Denman Courthouse, 50 East Avenue, Suite 200, Rochester, NY 14604.
Do you know someone with criminal law experience who’s looking for work? An Assistant District Attorney position has opened up in Oswego County. This position is open due to a retirement within the Oswego County District Attorney’s Office.
Fifth Judicial District Administrative Judge James C. Tormey announces judicial assignments in the five-county district. In a statement, Tormey expressed “every confidence that this team will continue to lead the State in innovative ideas, follow through with a systematic implementation of our standards and goals responsibilities, and the timely and efficient delivery of justice to all that seek it.”