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Constitutional Conventions in New York

Constitutional Conventions in New York
Past, Present, and Future

April 18, 2017 • New York City Bar


JSK Program Conversations on Women and the Law

2016 Judith S. Kaye Program: Conversations on Women and the Law

Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye
A Clerk's Eye View

December 12, 2016 • New York City Bar


Bad Apples in the Big Apple

Bad Apples in the Big Apple
Notorious Criminal Trials in New York

Presented by the Society's Young Lawyers Committee

July 28, 2016 • New York City Bar


Literature & Litigation

Litigation & Literature in the N.Y. Courts
Shaw, Shakespeare & Sherlock

February 17, 2016 • New York City Bar


Charles Evans Hughes

Nominated from New York: The Empire State's Contributions to the Supreme Court Bench

Charles Evans Hughes: Chief Justice of the United States

Presented by The Honorable John G. Roberts, Jr., Chief Justice of the United States.

A joint program with The United States Supreme Court Historical Society.

November 20, 2015 • NYU Law School

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Fighting Human Trafficking

Western New York Women Pioneers in the Law
A Celebration


Program II in the series New York State Law Schools Present

November 5, 2015 • SUNY Buffalo Law School


Fighting Human Trafficking

An Evening with Robert B. Fiske, Jr.
A Life of Public & Private Service to the Law

July 27, 2015 • The New York City Bar


Fighting Human Trafficking

Fighting Human Trafficking on the Front Lines
New York State Courts and their Law Enforcement Partners

June 17, 2015 • The New York City Bar


Fighting Human Trafficking

Dancing with the Law
Counsel, Choreography and Copyright

June 4, 2015 • Court of Appeals Hall


Learned Hand: Up Close and Personal

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

Hosted with the Southern District of New York & the Supreme Court Historical Society.

April 30, 2015 • The Thurgood Marshall Courthouse


An American Tragedy: The Law & The Arts

Asian-Americans and the Law
New York Pioneers in the Judiciary

2014 Stephen R. Kaye Memorial Program

December 15, 2014 • The New York City Bar


An American Tragedy: The Law & The Arts

An American Tragedy
The Law & The Arts

May 13, 2014 • The New York City Bar


Illustrious Alumni at Albany Law School: Bronson, Brewer, Matthews & Jackson

Upstate New York Law Schools Present: Illustrious Alumni

At Albany Law School: Bronson, Brewer, Matthews & Jackson

April 30, 2014 • Albany Law School


Learned in the Law: Role of the US Solicitor General

Nominated from New York: The Empire State's Contributions to the Supreme Court Bench

Learned in the Law: Role of the US Solicitor General...A New York Point of View

A joint program with The United States Supreme Court Historical Society.

October 25, 2013 • The New York City Bar


A Tour of Our Beautiful Courthouses

A Tour of Our Beautiful Courthouses
Preserving, Protecting and Defending Them

Rescheduled 2012 Stephen R. Kaye Memorial Program

June 10, 2013 • The New York City Bar


Pro Bono: New York Lawyers and Public Service, Looking Back, Looking Forward

PRO BONO: New York Lawyers and Public Service
Looking Back, Looking Forward


February 19, 2013 • The New York City Bar


The Bartlett Commission, Reshaping the Law: A 50 Year Retrospective and an Enduring Legacy

The Bartlett Commission, Reshaping the Law
A 50 Year Retrospective and an Enduring Legacy


September 24, 2012 • Lester Pollack Colloquium Room, NYU Law School


Scales of Justice: An Evening of Live Music and Copyright Law

Scales of Justice
An Evening of Live Music and Copyright Law


Presented May 23, 2012 • The New York City Bar


Thurgood Marshall: Mr. Civil Rights

Nominated from New York: The Empire State's Contributions to the Supreme Court Bench

Thurgood Marshall: "Mr. Civil Rights"

A joint program with The United States Supreme Court Historical Society.

Presented February 6, 2012 • The New York City Bar


Lincoln, The Civil War and Freedom of the Press: New York Divided

Lincoln, The Civil War and Freedom of the Press
New York Divided

2011 Stephen R. Kaye Memorial Program

November 30, 2011 • The New York City Bar


Unveiling of the Portrait of Hon. Judith S. Kaye

Unveiling of the Portrait of Hon. Judith S. Kaye


Presented October 14, 2011 • Court of Appeals Hall


Nominated From New York: The Empire State's Contributions to the Supreme Court Bench | John Jay:  A Family Affair

Nominated from New York: The Empire State's Contributions to the Supreme Court Bench

John Jay: A Family Affair

A joint program with The United States Supreme Court Historical Society.

Presented May 4, 2011 • The New York City Bar

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Robert H. Jackson
Lawyer, Justice, Nuremberger ... New Yorker

A joint program with The Robert H. Jackson Center.

Presented November 2, 2010 • The New York City Bar


Revisiting the 1970s Court Reforms: What Made it Happen Then? What Are the Lessons for Today?

Revisiting the 1970s Court Reforms
What Made it Happen Then? What Are the Lessons for Today?

Sponsored by: New York State Bar Association, The Historical Society of the New York Courts, The Fund for Modern Courts.

Presented September 16, 2010 • The New York State Bar Association, Albany


Law, Justice, and the Holocaust. Lessons for the Court Today

Law, Justice, and the Holocaust
Lessons for the Court Today

A joint program with the United States Holocaust Museum.

Presented May 11th, 2010 • The New York City Bar


Before New York there was New Netherland: Our Dutch Heritage, 1609-2009

Before New York there was New Netherland
Our Dutch Heritage, 1609-2009

2009 Stephen R. Kaye Memorial Program

Presented November 13, 2009 • The New York City Bar


A Tribute to Hon. Judith S. Kaye

A Tribute to Hon. Judith S. Kaye

The Society produced this film of personal recollections in tribute to Former Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye upon her retirement.

Presented April 16, 2009 • Gotham Hall, New York City


Ladies of Legend:  The First Generation of American Women Attorneys

Ladies of Legend
The First Generation of American Women Attorneys

A joint program with The United States Supreme Court Historical Society.

Presented October 27, 2008 • The New York City Bar


The Founding of the Republic:  Has History Given New York its Due?

The Founding of the Republic
Has History Given New York its Due?

2008 Stephen R. Kaye Memorial Program

Presented September 16, 2008 • The New York City Bar


Courtrooms & Courthouses: What do they say? How do they say it?

Courtrooms & Courthouses
What Do They Say? How Do They Say It?


Presented May 12, 2008 • The New York City Bar


Alexander Hamilton: The Anchoring of American Law

Alexander Hamilton
The Anchoring of American Law

The Inaugural Stephen R. Kaye Memorial Program

Presented September 18, 2007 • The New York City Bar

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The Scales of Justice: A Reargument of Palsgraf v Long Island R.R. Co.  A Reargument of the Appeal

Encore Presentation of The Scales of Justice:
A Reargument of Palsgraf v. Long Island R.R. Co.
A Reargument of the Appeal


Presented June 26, 2007 • Nassau Bar Association


The New York Court of Appeals: A Biographical, Pictoral, Jurisprudential History

The New York Court of Appeals
A Biographical, Pictoral, Jurisprudential History


Presented March 14, 2007 • The New York City Bar

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The Scales of Justice: A Reargument of Palsgraf v Long Island R.R. Co. A Reargument of the Appeal

Encore Presentation of The Scales of Justice:
A Reargument of Palsgraf v. Long Island R.R. Co.
A Reargument of the Appeal


Presented November 9, 2006 • The New York State Judicial Institute, White Plains


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Frontier Justice
Western New York Blazes a Trail on the Underground Railroad and Down the Erie Canal


Presented October 4, 2006 • Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society


The Scales of Justice: A Reargument of Palsgraf v Long Island R.R. Co. A Reargument of the Appeal

The Scales of Justice:
A Reargument of Palsgraf v. Long Island R.R. Co.
A Reargument of the Appeal


Presented May 22, 2006 • The New York City Bar


An Empire of Reason - The History of Federalism in America

An Empire of Reason
The History of Federalism in America


Presented September 19, 2005 • The New York City Bar


David Dudley Field and the Code Concept

David Dudley Field and the Code Concept


May 12, 2005 • The New York City Bar

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Chancellor James Kent and the Origins of Law Reporting and Legal Education

Chancellor James Kent and the Origins of Law Reporting and Legal Education


May 12, 2004 • The New York City Bar

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The Framing of the Constitution: New York's Role

The Framing of the Constitution
New York's Role


April 22, 2003 • The New York City Bar

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