On the first Tuesday of November, 1789, District Judge James Duane of the District of New York held the first session of any court under the new U.S. Constitution. The Southern District of New York, the "Mother Court," will will mark the court's 225th anniversary this year, beginning with a commemoration of its first session on Nov. 4, continuing through 2015 with re-enactments of historic trials, lectures on notable judges who served on the court and exhibits featuring art and historic artifacts.
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Anatomy of a Trial: Tips & Strategies to Win Your Case - 3.0 CLE Credits
See other upcoming CLE classes from the New York City Bar at www.nycbar.org/cle.
Trademarks, A to Z: From Clearance Search to Litigation - 7.0 MCLE credits
See upcoming CLE classes from the New York State Bar Association www.nysba.org/CLE.
Employment Law Essentials: Leaves of Absence, Discrimination & Wage/Hour Obligations
3 CLE credits
See other upcoming CLE classes and Special Events from the Nassau County Bar Association at nassaubar.org.
The Women's Bar Association of the State of New York Convention is a great opportunity for Women's Bar members across the state to meet and mingle, to attend cutting-edge CLEs (including Ethics!), to participate in fun excursions, and to celebrate as WBASNY presents its prestigious awards and installs its officers for the coming year.
Visit www.nywba.org for more details.