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Giving Day 2022
Giving Day 2022 is Thursday, April 7 To learn more and make your gift, visit: https://brooklaw.edu/GD22

Giving Day 2022: Meet Tim Oberweger '05
Giving Day 2022 is Thursday, April 7 To learn more and make your gift, visit: https://brooklaw.edu/GD22

Giving Day 2022: Meet Maxine Wiesenfeld '22
Giving Day 2022 is Thursday, April 7 To learn more and make your gift, visit: https://brooklaw.edu/GD22

Giving Day 2022: Meet Catrell Jewel '22
Giving Day 2022 is Thursday, April 7 To learn more and make your gift, visit: https://brooklaw.edu/GD22

Giving Day 2022: Meet Prof. Alexis Hoag
Giving Day 2022 is Thursday, April 7 To learn more and make your gift, visit: https://brooklaw.edu/GD22

Women's Leadership Network: Shaping & Re-Shaping Your Career in a Pandemic Influenced World
November 18th, 20221

Keynote Conversation: Professor Jodi Balsam and Stan Wilcox '88
Friday, November 12, 2021

Laura Medina '23 Discusses the Impact of Scholarship Support
Laura Medina '23, Clinic student and Co-Chair of the Latin American Law Students Association (LALSA), talks about visiting Brooklyn Law School during an admitted student event and being impressed by the welcoming environment. The scholarships she rec...

IBL Symposium: International Dispute Resolution at the Crossroads
Friday, October 8, 2021

Associate Dean Karen Porter reflects on her new role making the Law School more inclusive
Professor Karen Porter talks about her work as the Arthur Pinto & Stephen Bohlen Associate Dean for Inclusion and Diversity and the Law School's resolution to become an anti-racist and inclusive environment. "Part of what I'm up to is to be able to p...

Women's Leadership Network: Shaping & Re-Shaping Your Career in a Pandemic-Influenced World
November 18th, 2021

Sparer Lunch Program - November 17, 2021
The Parallels Between Criminal and Child Protective Investigations and the Need for Family Miranda Rights The speakers were Halimah Washington, Community Coordinator and Leader of the Participatory Action Research (PAR) Project at Rise, and Chris Go...

AND SO I STAYED Post Film Screening Panel Discussion
Thursday, November 4, 2021

Kacy Vance '22 on how clinics helped her through law school
Meet Kacy Vance '22, who is honing her legal skills with the Disability & Civil Rights Clinic.

Meet Kacy Vance '22, clinic student for the Disability & Civil Rights Clinic
Meet Kacy Vance '22, who is honing her legal skills with the Disability & Civil Rights Clinic. Visit www.brooklaw.edu/GivingTuesday to make your gift.

Kacy Vance '22 on alumni connections
Meet Kacy Vance '22, who shares how a Brooklyn Law School alum helped her line up an incredible summer legal internship during the Pandemic. Visit www.brooklaw.edu/GivingTuesday to make your gift.

A Conversation with Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor: Author of Race for Profit
Race for Profit: How Banks and the Real Estate Industry Undermined Black Homeownership Thursday, November 11, 2021

Professor Alexis Hoag on New Day With John Berman and Brianna Keilar
"It allows the jury to see maybe this person, as a 17-year-old, was in fear of his life, even if objectively another actor in a similar situation wouldn't have been." Professor Alexis Hoag weighs in on the significance of Kyle Rittenhouse's emotiona...

Transgender Health Law Policy Theory Practice Seminar
Friday, October 22, 2021

NY1: Inside City Hall interview with Professor Cynthia Godsoe
Inside City Hall interviews Professor Cynthia Godsoe about the Criminal Complaint Filed in Albany against Andrew Cuomo

Book Talk and Discussion: Privilege and Punishment: How Race and Class Matter in Criminal Court
Book Talk and Discussion: Privilege and Punishment: How Race and Class Matter in Criminal Court (Princeton University Press, 2020) With author Matthew Clair September 29, 2021

Sparer Lunch Program: The Student Debt Crisis & Justice for Student Borrowers - March 3, 2021
The Student Debt Crisis & Justice for Student Borrowers.

The Edward V. Sparer Public Interest Law Fellowship Informational Sessions
Wednesday, September 29 from 12:45 to 1:45 P.M via Zoom. Summer 2021 Sparer Fellows discussed their summer placements, and shared their summer experiences to prospective Sparer Fellows and others in the Law School community. Professor Cynthia Godso...

The Edward V. Sparer Public Interest Law Fellowship Informational Sessions
Tuesday, September 28 from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. via Zoom. Summer 2021 Sparer Fellows discussed their summer placements, and shared their summer experiences to prospective Sparer Fellows and others in the Law School community. Professor Cynthia Godsoe,...

A Celebration of Roberta Karmel's Work Teaching and Mentorship: Conference Day 2
May 14th, 2021

A Celebration of Roberta Karmel's Work Teaching and Mentorship: Conference Day 1
May 13th, 2021

Convocation 2021
Brooklyn Law School welcomes the entering class of 2024 at its annual Convocation Ceremony on Monday, August 16.

Book Launch & Panel Discussion: Closing Death's Door
Legal Innovation to End the Epidemic of Healthcare Harm May 18, 2021

Brooklyn Law School 2021 Commencement Ceremony
Welcome to the Brooklyn Law School 120th Commencement, held May 21, 2021.

Brookln Law School Commencement 2021

7th Annual Disabilities and Civil Rights Clinic Roundtable
Persisting in Crisis: Civil Rights and the Disability Community Welcomes and keynote presentation by Janice Bartley, self-advocate, educator, and activist.

Corporate Whistleblowing 2020: Where We Are Today and Where We're Going
October 14th, 2020 *Please note: The correct name captioned in time stamp 1:22:31 is Dr. Rick Bright.

Asha - 8th Annual Stanley M. Grossman Innovators Invitational
Asha (Brooklyn Law School Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) This application seeks to provide immigrant children specific legal, medical, and educational resources by providing information that enables refugee/government agencies to match with profe...

Patent Attorney Toolkit - 8th Annual Stanley M. Grossman Innovators Invitational
Patent Attorney Toolkit (Albany Law School) This project uses machine learning to analyze and process patent documents to increase efficiency of routine legal tasks completed by patent professionals. 8th Annual Stanley M. Grossman Innovators Invita...

Roost - 8th Annual Stanley M. Grossman Innovators Invitational
Roost (Columbia Law School) Project description: An online platform promoting landlord accountability via a system to review landlords as well as a database of verifiable sources explaining and boosting public comprehension of tenant law. 8th Annua...

Sparer Forum: Public Interest Lawyering in the Pandemic and Its Aftermath
March 18th, 2021

Edward V. Sparer Public Interest Forum - Systems of Voter Disenfranchisement
September 22, 2020

January Jumpstart - The Thriving Lawyer: Tending to Multiple Dimensions of Attorney Well-Being
Thursday, January 14, 2021 Like athletes and performers (singers, dancers, actors), attorneys cannot just focus on the skill or talent that brings glory in the arena. We must tend to our emotional/mental, physical, intellectual, occupational, spirit...

January Jumpstart - The Future of NYC Real Estate
Thursday, January 14, 2021 This panel will address the condition and outlook of the real estate market in New York City during the pandemic, particularly as good news on the COVID vaccine front begins to come out. The panelists will also discuss the...

January Jumpstart - Postgrad Clerkship Program
Friday, January 15, 2021 Alums who are clerking and/or have clerked for various courts and judges will discuss their experiences as post-graduate judicial law clerks, the benefits of clerking, the qualities sought by judges, and how they incorporate...

January Jumpstart - Building Your Own Firm
Thursday, January 14, 2021 A multi-generational group of BLS graduates who decided to strike out on their own explain why they started their own firms, how they built successful practices from the ground up, and why this was the right career move fo...

January Jumpstart - Professionalism in a Virtual World
Friday, January 15, 2021 Learn how to advance your career in the virtual world with members of the Alumni Association Board Professional Development Committee. Topics include: networking, managing assignments, virtual meeting etiquette, and business...

January Jumpstart - Promoting Diversity and Inclusion in the Legal Profession
Friday, January 15, 2021 Dean Michael Cahill leads a discussion with alumni leaders on promoting diversity and inclusion in legal education and in the legal profession. Panelists explore the challenges and obstacles they have faced, the successful i...

Sparer Lunch Program - November 21, 2020
The Sparer lunch program was held on November 21, 2020. The program topic, "Decriminalizing Prostitution: the Whys, the Why-nots and How Far We Have Come.”

The Edward V. Sparer Public Interest Law Fellowship Informational Sessions
October 7, 2020, 5:00 p.m. Summer 2020 Sparer Fellows discussed their summer placements, and their shared their summer experiences to prospective Sparer Fellows and others in the Law School community. Professor Cynthia Godsoe, Director of the Sparer...

The Edward V. Sparer Public Interest Law Fellowship Informational Sessions
October 7, 2020, 12:45 p.m. Summer 2020 Sparer Fellows discussed their summer placements, and their shared their summer experiences to prospective Sparer Fellows and others in the Law School community. Professor Cynthia Godsoe, Director of the Spare...

Sparer Lunch Program - October 21, 2020
The Sparer lunch program was held on October 21, 2020. The program topic, “Immigration, Consumer Protection, and Election Law in the Pandemic.” The speakers were Brooklyn Law School’s Professors Wilfred Codrington, Vijay Raghavan and Visiting P...

Welcome to Brooklyn Law School's Law in Time of Crisis video series
New video series hosted by Dean Michael Cahill explores the urgent legal issues raised by the Covid-19 pandemic, social justice movements, and more.

Authority and Humility: Female Leaders' Response to COVID (Ep. 16)
New Weekly Video Series with Brooklyn Law School Faculty: Law in Time of Crisis with Dean Michael T. Cahill Professor Anita Bernstein looks at the characteristics that make for a good leader during uncertain times.

Brooklyn Book Festival 2020
Heidi K. Brown, Director of Legal Writing and Professor of Law talks about the Brooklyn Book Festival 2020. Visit our "booth" at www.brooklynbookfestival.org/vendor/brooklyn-law-school and shop directly at: www.bookshop.org/shop/BLS

Announcement of the Ruth Bader Ginsburg Chair at Brooklyn Law School
Announcement of the Ruth Bader Ginsburg Chair at Brooklyn Law School September 20, 2020

Restoring the Rule of Law: Voter Suppression, Election Administration, and Legitimacy (Ep. 15)
New Weekly Video Series with Brooklyn Law School Faculty: Law in Time of Crisis with Dean Michael T. Cahill Professor Sabeel Rahman, president of Demos, discusses the many challenges to democracy we are currently facing, such as voter suppression a...

New York City Real Estate: It Ain't Over 'Til It's Over
New Weekly Video Series with Brooklyn Law School Faculty: Law in Time of Crisis with Dean Michael T. Cahill Deborah Riegel '93, partner at Rosenberg and Estis, talks about the current state of the New York City real estate market and why, despite n...

Crisis at the Border, of Health and Humanity (Ep. 13)
New Weekly Video Series with Brooklyn Law School Faculty: Law in Time of Crisis with Dean Michael T. Cahill Professors Maryellen Fullerton and Stacy Caplow discuss how an already desperate situation for asylum seekers at the borders has been furthe...

Covid-19 Guidlines at Brooklyn Law School
Whether you're a returning student or a 1L just starting your legal education, we're so excited to welcome you to campus! Your safety and the safety of our community are vital parts of your education here at the Law School. Before you join us on cam...

The 2020 Election Year: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly (Ep. 12)
New Weekly Video Series with Brooklyn Law School Faculty: Law in Time of Crisis with Dean Michael T. Cahill Professor Wilfred Codrington III expounds on the particular difficulties of managing a contentious presidential election in the midst of a p...

Reform from Within: The Emerging Role of the Progressive Prosecutor (Ep. 11)
New Weekly Video Series with Brooklyn Law School Faculty: Law in Time of Crisis with Dean Michael T. Cahill Professor Cynthia Godsoe explains how prison populations are particularly vulnerable to COVID-19 and what progressive prosecutors are doing ...

White Collar Crime: Conspiracy and Fraud during a Pandemic with Miriam Baer (Ep. 10)
New Weekly Video Series with Brooklyn Law School Faculty: Law in Time of Crisis with Dean Michael T. Cahill Professor Miriam Baer discusses the types of fraud and white collar crime that crises can trigger, including the fomenting of long-term crim...

The Cost of Crises: Grappling with International Tax Issues with Steven Dean (Ep. 9)
New Weekly Video Series with Brooklyn Law School Faculty: Law in Time of Crisis with Dean Michael T. Cahill Professor Steven Dean explains why global digital companies pay little to no tax, and how economic fallout from the pandemic could force the...

From Bail Funds to Police Reform: Crisis as Catalyst (Ep. 8)
New Weekly Video Series with Brooklyn Law School Faculty: Law in Time of Crisis with Dean Michael T. Cahill Professor Jocelyn Simonson takes on the most pressing issues of criminal law: police reform, bail funds, and the critical problem of prisons...

Brooklyn Law School Vigil - June 4, 2020
Vigil to mourn, remember, and reflect on the Black lives lost to police violence.

Technology, Healthcare, and the Privacy Dilemma (Ep. 7)
New Weekly Video Series with Brooklyn Law School Faculty: Law in Time of Crisis with Dean Michael T. Cahill Professor Frank Pasquale looks at how technology and the use of big data create concerns for the balance between public health and privacy.

Learning to Adapt: Attorney Mental Wellness During Changing Times (Ep. 6)
New Weekly Video Series with Brooklyn Law School Faculty: Law in Time of Crisis with Dean Michael T. Cahill Professor Heidi K. Brown discusses the pandemic’s effect on attorney mental health, and how students and practitioners alike need to adapt ...

Protests and Policing: Protecting Civil Liberties (Ep. 5)
Professor Susan Herman, President of the ACLU, discusses the unique set of civil liberties and health law challenges posed by the current wave of protests, and offers historical context.

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