Environmental Law Committee

Environmental Law Committee

Legal Issues Concerning Companion Animal Programs in Prisons & Jails - 09/24/2019

The program examines legal and ethical issues surrounding prison based companion animal programs including dog...

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Fighting Corruption: A Political And Ethical Imperative - 06/27/2019

Join us for a panel discussing how the profits from corruption fuel bad governance, conflict and terrorism....

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Springtime for Cannabis: 75 Years After the LaGuardia Committee Report, What’s Next for New York?

Join the Committee on Drugs and the Law as they host a conversation between policy experts and government...

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Insurance Issues For Consumers

This program provides information on topics of interest to consumers, and the lawyers who advise them, regarding...

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Animal Law Lobbying 101: Getting Political for Animals

With hundreds of bills impacting the treatment of animals being introduced in local, state and federal legislatures...

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Looking Forward And Looking Back: The Path To Deep Emissions Reductions In New York City's Buildings

New York City has set ambitious goals to reduce our City’s greenhouse gas emissions 80% by the year 2050 (“80x50”) in...

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Hackapalooza - Law Bits and Bytes - 44th Street Podcast

Bob Stern and Tim Peterson of the Information Technology and Cyberlaw Committee sit down with Adam Abresch of...

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What Role Should Prosecutors Play In Ending The Mass Incarceration Crisis.MP3

Author and legal commentator Emily Bazelon led a conversation with Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez. Gonzalez...

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Springtime for Cannabis

Springtime for Cannabis: 75 Years After the LaGuardia Committee Report, What’s Next for New York?

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Springtime For Cannabis

On May 9, 2019 the Committee on Drugs and the Law hosted a conversation between policy experts and government...

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Hon. Jon O. Newman on “What’s Wrong With Federal Sentencing?” - The Leslie H. Arps Lecture

Hon. Jon O. Newman on “What’s Wrong With Federal Sentencing?” - The Leslie H. Arps Lecture

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Hon. Jon O. Newman on “What’s Wrong With Federal Sentencing?” - The Leslie H. Arps Lecture

Welcome: Roger Juan Maldonado, President, New York City Bar Association Introduction: Barry H. Garfinkel, Of...

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Parole Law and Reform - 44th Street Podcast

Gina Mitchell, a member of the City Bar’s Criminal Advocacy Committee, interviews Professor Steve Zeidman, a criminal...

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Ransomware - Law Bits and Bytes - 44th Street Podcast

Host Tim Peterson and Jeremy Merkel, both members of the City Bar’s Information Technology & Cyber Law Committee,...

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Endangered Species Act Under the Trump Administration

The panel covered key regulatory and legislative changes to the Endangered Species Act (ESA) under the Trump...

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Puerto Rico and the Jones Act - 44th Street Podcast

New York City Bar President Roger Juan Maldonado and New York State Bar President Michael Miller speak with James...

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Privacy Law and Technology - Law Bits and Bytes - 44th Street Podcast

Host Tim Peterson of the Information Technology and Cyberlaw Committee interviews Dennis Dayman, the Chief Privacy...

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Animals in Transit

On February 28, 2019, a panel discussed issues around companion animals and transportation, including the use of...

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Aging in America: Happiness in the New Old Age

People live longer today than ever before; in fact, Americans over the age of 85 represent one of the fasting growing...

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The Holocaust Beyond the Death Camps - Public Affairs Luncheon

Meticulous Nazi records of Jews killed in the death camps identify fewer than half of the Holocaust's victims. When,...

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