1777-1846: The Revolution & Emerging State


Human Trafficking
N.Y. Courts Right an Injustice

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

New York City Bar Association

A look at the history of human trafficking in the U.S. and the development of the trailblazing Human Trafficking Intervention Courts in N.Y. Featuring Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman.

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Pioneering Women Attorneys in Western New York

Western NY Women Pioneers in the Law: A Celebration

Thursday, November 5, 2015

University at Buffalo Law School

Join us in celebrating the contributions the Western New York women attorneys whose achievements include the first woman to argue in the US Supreme Court, the first woman attorney in NY and the state's first woman District Attorney.

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An American Tragedy: The Law and the Arts

Our Most Recent Past Event

The Legendary Learned Hand
Up Close and Personal
15 Years on the District Court and Beyond

Thursday, April 30, 2015 · 5:00 PM

The Thurgood Marshall Courthouse

Presented with The Supreme Court Historical Society

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Solicitors General and the US Supreme Court: The New York Influence

New Statewide Education Project!

The Society has partnered with Bard College's Insitute for Writing and Thinking (IWT) to bring classroom materials developed through grants at Bard High School Early College to classrooms statewide.

These workshops will train teachers in using primary sources to teach their students about legal history & will be hosted during summer and fall 2015 at Bard’s campus & school districts in Albany and Rochester.

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Our quarterly newsletter covers upcoming events, our education initiatives, and much more.

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Visit our new videos page, where we feature films covering our educational programs, galas and public events.

Dancing with the Law: Choreography and Copyright

Thu., 6/4 @ 6PM. Join us for the 2015 Court of Appeals Lecture