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We look forward to this favorite event every summer and we can’t wait to see you on Thursday, August 25th on the links at Pompey Golf Club. All event proceeds fund the important work of the Onondaga County Bar Foundation. FORE!
Following the May 12, 2022 CLE presentation/public meeting of Invisible Under the Law: Racial Injustice & Bias Against AAPI Communities, the OCBA proudly shares this report by our friends at the Asian American Bar Association of New York.
This Bar Reporter newsletter is full of information about how YOU can attend our Wednesday, June 8th Distinguished Lawyer Celebration. Plus, Judge Dillon’s Practice Page highlights CPLR updates and Jonathan Fellows reviews the 5th Edition, Commercial Litigation.
This FREE June 15th training will help you help someone else in the most dire of times. Spots are limited to 30 – first come, first served. QPR=Question, Persuade, and Refer. Learn more. Sign up today.
Join us to celebrate the 145th Distinguished Lawyer Celebration from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 8th in the Persian Terrace of the Syracuse Marriott Downtown. We look forward to seeing YOU there!
The OCBA congratulates Nottingham High School on its victory in the Regional Competition of the 2022 High School Mock Trial Competition. It’s now on to the New York State Championship in Albany on May 23-24 – Go Bulldogs!
In this April issue of the Bar Reporter you’ll catch up on what the bar association has been up to these days. Read favorites such as our President’s Message and the Practice Page, Newsmakers and more!
On April 4, 2022 the OCBA along with the Kelberman Center presented the Best Practices for Working with Clients on the Autism Spectrum. Presenter Kristine Bialy-Viau developed this resource for that webinar. We think it’s important.
Join us for this edifying CLE and delve into the specific issues non-citizen women face when they appear in our court system. Led by longtime Immigration Attorney Sharon Ames, this hourlong CLE asks the question: How can we make it easier for women to navigate the courts?
This important CLE and conversation looks at the history behind systemic discrimination of Asian Americans in the face of current trends of “Asian Hate.” Calendar this May 12th FREE event! This is a Bond Schoeneck & King Series of Race & Justice in Central New York offering.