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Upcoming Events in the Legal Community:March 21
by Brooklyn Eagle (edit@brooklyneagle.net), published online 03-21-2007
 

Wed. March 21, Women’s History Awards Luncheon at NYCLA, 12:30–2:30 p.m.
Honoree: Administrative Judge Juanita Bing Newton, Criminal Court of New York City and deputy chief administrative judge of Justice Initiatives. Award presentation by state Chief Administrative Judge Jonathan Lippman. Held at the New York County Lawyers Association, 14 Vesey St., Manhattan. For information or reservations, contact NYCLA: www.nycla.org.

 

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Wed. March 21, Lecture: Courtroom Discourse in China and the U.S.: A Comparative Analysis, 1–2 p.m.
Speaker: Professor Meizhen Liao. Held at Brooklyn Law School, 250 Joralemon St. For information or to RSVP, contact Brooklyn Law School: http://www.brooklaw.edu/news/calendars.

 

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Wed. March 21, Legal Aid Society’s Women’s History Reception, 5:30–7:30 p.m.
Honoring Emily Ruben, attorney-in-charge, Brooklyn Civil Neighborhood Office; Dawn Ryan, attorney-in-charge, King County Criminal Office; Karen Simmons, attorney-in-charge, Juvenile Rights Brooklyn Office; and Diane Lutwak, attorney-in-charge of the Brooklyn Office for the Aging. Held at the Legal Aid Society’s Brooklyn offices at 111 Livingston St.

 

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Wed. March 21, CLE: Clearing Title, 6–8 p.m.
Speaker: John Cruz, Esq., VP and Agency Counsel, First American Title Insurance Co. of New York. Approved for (2) CLE credits toward Skills. Held at the Brooklyn Bar Association, 123 Remsen St. For information or to register, contact the Brooklyn Bar Association: 718-624-0675; online: www.brooklynbar.org; or fax: 718-797-1713.

 

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Wed. March 21, ‘A Balanced Life,’ Women in the Legal Profession, 6 p.m.
Panel Speakers include: Justice Esther Morgenstern; Deborah Epstein Henry, Esq., founder & president of Flex-Time Lawyers, LLC; Brooklyn Law Professor Dana Brakman Reiser, also of White & Case. Moderator: Elaine N. Avery, president of the Women’s Bar Association of the State of New York. Co-sponsored by the Brooklyn Women’s Bar Association and held at Brooklyn Law School’s Subotnick Center, 250 Joralemon St., 11th floor. For information or to RSVP, contact Ella Royzman, BWBA event co-chair: 718-645-6030.

 

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Mon. March 26, 10th Annual Edith I. Spivack Award Presentation, 6 p.m.
Honoring Janet Benshoof, president and founder of the Global Justice Center, and founder of the Center for Reproductive Rights. Nancy Northup, president of the Center for Reproductive Rights, will speak about the state of reproductive rights in the U.S. Held at the New York County Lawyers Association, 14 Vesey St. For information, see NYCLA’s Web site: www.nycla.org.

 

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Tues. March 27, Lecture: Overview, Does Delaware Compete? 5–7 p.m.
Speaker: Professor Mark J. Roe, Harvard Law School. The relationship between Delaware corporate law and federal regulation of public corporations through federal securities law and how that federal-Delaware relationship interacts with Delaware's goals of providing good corporate law to firms and of attracting reincorporations from other states. The Abraham L. Pomerantz Lecture at Brooklyn Law School, 250 Joralemon St. For information, see the Brooklyn Law School Web site: www.brooklaw.edu.

 

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Tues. March 27, CLE: Immigration Consequences of Criminal Case Dispositions, 6–8:30 p.m.
Speakers: Judge Arthur D. Spatt, E.D.N.Y.; Justice Alan J. Meyer, Brooklyn Supreme Court; Jules Coven, Esq.

Approved for (3) CLE credits: (2) toward Professional Practice, (1) toward Ethics and Professionalism. Held at the Brooklyn Bar Association, 123 Remsen St. For information or to register, contact the Brooklyn Bar Association: 718-624-0675; online: www.brooklynbar.org; or fax: 718-797-1713.

 

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Tues. March 27, Book Signing: ‘Hit Him Where It Hurts,’ a Guide to Divorce, 7 p.m.
Author Sherri Donovan, Esq., Brooklyn Heights resident. Also speaking: Shirley Schranz, president, N.O.W.’s Brooklyn chapter, and a representative of Voices of Women (VOW). A guide to divorce, child support, custody, alimony and more. Held at Barnes & Noble, 106 Court St. For information, see the Web site: www.sherridonovan.com or call Donovan: 917-723-1163.

 

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Thurs. March 29, First Ladies of DC 37, 5:45 p.m.
Women’s History Month Program. Held at Union Headquarters, 125 Barclay St., Manhattan.

 

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Fri. March 30, Ruth E. Moskowitz Award Ceremony, 1 p.m.
Honoring: Justice Matthew J. D’Emic; Justice L. Priscilla Hall; Justice Larry D. Martin; Esmeralda Simmons, Esq. Held at Brooklyn Supreme Court, Civil Term, 360 Adams St.

 

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Mon. April 2, Judicial Campaign Ethics Center Presentation, 1 p.m.
Speaker: Laura Smith, director of the Judicial Campaign Ethics Center. For those interested in running for elective judicial office in 2007. (This is not the mandatory training program required of all candidates for elective judicial office.) Held in the 25th floor boardroom, 320 Jay St., Brooklyn. Bring your own lunch. RSVP requested. For information or to RSVP, contact Donna J. Dobson: djdobson@courts.state.ny.us; or by phone: 212-428-2587.

 

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Tues. April 3, CLE: Article 81 Video Replay, 9 a.m.–3:30 p.m.
Held at the Brooklyn Bar Association, 123 Remsen St. For information or to register, contact the Brooklyn Bar Association: 718-624-0675; online: www.brooklynbar.org; or fax: 718-797-1713.

 

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Tues. April 3, CLE: Ethical Considerations & Lawyer Advertising/Solicitations, 6 p.m.
Speaker: Mark A. Longo, Esq. Approved for (1) CLE credit toward Ethics. Columbian Lawyers Association Dinner Meeting. Held at Rex Manor, 1100 60th St. (at 11th Avenue), Brooklyn. Reservations required. For information, call the association: 718-875-0158.

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