Judith S. Kaye Program: Conversations on Women and the Law
The Historical Society of the New York Courts is unveiling a new lecture series titled Judith S. Kaye: Conversations on Women and the Law, thanks to the sponsorship of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP. The first program in the series will be Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye: A Clerk’s Eye View on Monday, December 12, 2016 at 6:30 p.m. at the New York City Bar Association (42 W. 44th Street, NYC).
The program will take a look at the many facets of the tenure of Former Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye through reminiscences of her former clerks, as well as a look back on her influence as mentor, role-model and teacher. Opening remarks will be given by NYS Chief Judge Janet DiFiore, with introductions to the panel conversation by Judge Kaye’s daughter Luisa Kaye. This event is free and open to the public.
NY CLE Credits Pending – Application for CLE accreditation of this program in New York is currently pending. Available to eligible Society members.
WELCOME: Hon. Janet DiFiore, Chief Judge of the State of New York
INTRODUCTIONS: Luisa Kaye
A CLERK’S EYE VIEW: A CONVERSATION:
Hon. Michael J. Garcia (1990-1992)
Henry M. Greenberg (1988-1990)
Roberta A. Kaplan (1995-1996)
Mary C. Mone (Counsel to the Chief Judge, 2000-2008)
Hon. Jennifer Schecter (1998-2001)
Hon. Robert M. Mandelbaum, Moderator (2003-2006)
About The Historical Society of the New York Courts
The Historical Society of New York Courts is a non-profit organization founded in 2002 by then NYS Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye. Its mission is to preserve, protect and promote the legal history of New York, including the proud heritage of its courts and the development of the Rule of Law. The Society promotes its mission through educational outreach to NYS students, programs open to the public, and publications on these themes which inform our knowledge and role as citizens today. The Society supports its programs through contributions from its members, gifts and grants from foundations, corporations, law firms and individuals. For more information about the Society, please visit www.nycourts.gov/history.
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