Registration and sponsorship now open for annual Dan Mathews Golf Outing.
The Onondaga County Bar Association (OCBA) is seeking nominations for its 2014 Distinguished Lawyer Award and the William C. Ruger Centennial Award.
The annual free Elder Law Fair is returning to Syracuse on Thursday, May 22, 2014 and will feature a series of 24 educational seminars on legal issues of interest to older adults, their families and anyone planning for life after 50,
The Onondaga Supreme Court 2015 Schedule of motion and all purpose terms has been revised.
Features articles on Law Week, the 2nd Annual Law Week Career Fair, OCBA’s Winning H.S. Mock Trial Team, Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner’s Keynote Address Delivered at “Bridge the Gap,” Criminal Case Notes, VLP Pro Bono Honorees… and much more.
12:00 pm at Goldstein Auditorium, 303 University Place, Syracuse University
F-M presented as winner of the competition by New York State Supreme Court Justice Deborah Karalunas on April 3, 2014.
As a young lawyer, I wondered what made great advocates great. Were the skills of an effective advocate innate to them or could they be learned?
March’s Bar Reporter features Bruce Bryan’s article “The Winning Advocate: Persuasive Writing & Oral Skills,” a Spotlight on Problem Solving piece on the Onondaga County Family Treatment Court, case notes from the Northern District, and more.