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All are Welcome at this annual event where we greet our newest bar colleagues and recognize the work achieved by the William Herbert Johnson Bar Association. See you July 9th!
Help your transgender clients change their name and/or gender marker when you learn how it’s done in New York. This CLE is FREE if you agree to volunteer with the Volunteer Lawyers Project of Onondaga County. Pro Bono Attorneys ROCK. Be one.
In the May issue of the Bar Reporter you’ll find a book review of the Business and Commercial Litigation of the Federal Courts, Fourth Edition, Law Day 2019 photos, and more! It’s a must read!
Join us June 27th at the Paralegals Luncheon to hear Barrie Gewanter, director of the Onondaga County Commission of Human Rights. Should be fascinating!
WOOF! Come to our party to support VALAC the OCBA initiative everyone is buzzing about! Pet food donations welcome at the door along with your well-behaved dog(s). No need to register-see you Thursday, June 20th at Syracuse’s newest cool venue – the Rail Line at 530 S. Clinton Street.
There is a Courtroom Deputy position available with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court – Northern District of New York. Hurry, deadline to apply is May 28, 2019.
In this issue | We recognize the hard work of the future lawyers of America when we applaud the teen attorneys of Fayetteville-Manlius on their way to Albany for the Mock Trial 2019 State Finals! Plus, Newsmakers, Announcements, and more!
Need a brush up on the rules of practice in New York State? Register for this 3.0 credit CLE. We welcome back the powerhouse presentation team of Onondaga County Supreme Court Judge Deborah Karalunas and the 2018 OCBA Distinguished Attorney of the Year Thomas E. Myers to lead this CPLR seminar.
This FREE powerhouse CLE covers a lot of ground and you’ll want to be in at that level and work toward an upper level understanding of the issues related to representing a client who has gone through a traumatic experience.