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April/1/2014

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GROWING FOR GOOD The Leadership Tech Valley Class of 2014 has teamed up with the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York in "Growing for Good," a project to make improvements to their Patroon Land Farm. The project consists of the financing and installation of open-ended greenhouses and a drip irrigation system. The effect of the project is to extend the growing season and increase the yield of the farm. The produce from the farm goes to feed low-income families in need of nutritional assistance. To learn more about the project and to donate, please visit www.ltv2014.com.  Any contributions are welcome.  For additional information, please contact Kevin Buhrmaster at 518.370.7250 or krbuhrmaster@firstscotia.com.   MISSING WILL If you know the location of a will for Donald A. Biggs born 1/19/36; he passed away on 3/16/14.  Please contact his son, Donald W. Biggs, at dwb@plattsburghlaw.com.

MATRIMONIAL LAW “BREAKFAST CLUB” SERIES On April 25, 2014 at 8:00 AM Marc S. Ehrlich of Ehrlich & Arcodia, P.C., will present on the topic of  “Bankruptcy 101: The Intersection of Bankruptcy & Matrimonial Law”.  The program will be held at The Legal Project, Stuyvesant Plaza, 1475 Western Avenue, Suite 59, Albany, NY.  To encourage an interactive discussion-based forum, meetings will be limited to 20 attendees. The cost is $10.00, payable by cash or check; please contact lsilverman@legalproject.org by April 22nd for payment details and to reserve your seat.  Please note that as interest is high and space is limited, up until the Tuesday prior to the meeting, preference will be given to attorneys.

SAVE THE DATE April 22nd Unveiling of Plaque honoring Hon. Anthony V. Cardona and Fund Raiser in Support of Albany County Family Court Children’s Center by Margaret Vella, President, Friends of the Albany Children's Center, Inc.

On April 22nd, from 5:30 to 7:30 pm at Taste restaurant, please join the Friends as we celebrate the legacy of Judge Anthony V. Cardona's good works on behalf of children and families and recognize the outstanding public service of award recipients former Appellate Division Justice Edward O. Spain and former Albany County Family Court Judge W. Dennis Duggan.  Don’t miss the special ceremony at this event, when we will unveil a plaque in honor of Judge Cardona which will proudly and prominently be displayed this Spring at Albany County Family Court.

Judge Cardona played a pivotal role in the establishment of the Children's Center at Albany County Family Court. Having previously sat in Family Court, Judge Cardona was acutely aware of the many challenges facing families who turn to the court for help.  In June of 1995, the Albany Children’s Center opened its doors, becoming one of the first of five Centers to operate in the NYS Unified Court System.

Today, the Center serves close to a thousand children each year, providing a safe haven and nurturing environment for children while their families take care of critical court business. The Center’s service provider, Albany Community Action Partnership, is dedicated to ensuring that children are cared for by professional staff specifically trained to handle difficult issues that can arise during court proceedings, such as a change of custody, and to serve as a resource to help families in crisis.

The event will be held in Taste’s beautiful penthouse banquet room in downtown Albany (45 Beaver Street), where there will be specially prepared tastings of food and libations for your enjoyment.  Ticket prices are $75/$100/$150.  Your financial support will ensure the continuation of the Children’s Center’s valuable services.  Thank you! For additional information, please call Margaret Vella at 439-6001.

ANNUAL DINNER The Italian American Bar Association’s Annual Dinner will be held on April 10th at the Rotterdam Elks, 1152 Curry Road, Schenectady, NY.  Cocktails at 6 PM with dinner at 7 PM.  Members fee is $50, Non Members are $60 and Students are $25.  Please make checks payable to the Italian American Bar Association and mail to Jean Mahserjian, Esq. 1741 Route 9, Clifton Park, NY 12065.  For information, and to RSVP, contact Jean Mahserjian, 383-1182 jean@jeanmahserjian.com or italianamericanbar@gmail.com or Vito Caruso 285-8415 vcaruso@courts.state.ny.us.  To volunteer to work in the kitchen, contact Lesia at Judge Caruso’s chambers: 285-8415.

SAVE THE DATE The Capital District Trial Lawyers Association is pleased to announce that this year’s Annual Dinner will be held on June 5, 2014 at the Italian American Community Center in Albany, NY.  At this year’s dinner we will be honoring former 3rd Department Justice Thomas E. Mercure with the Edward S. Conway Judicial Excellence Award, as well as Steve Coffey of O’Connell & Aronowitz with the Daniel Mahoney Memorial Award.  A formal invitation will follow in the mail.  For any law firms that have an interest in congratulating the recipients of this year’s awards with an ad in the formal dinner program, please contact the CDTLA President, Christopher K. Mills at his office at 1520 Crescent Road, Suite 100, Clifton Park, NY 12065-7809.  Tel:  373-9900 or E-mail:  info@cdtlany.com; Website: www.cdtlany.com.

MATRIMONIAL LAW “BREAKFAST CLUB” SERIES
Scott M. DeMarco, MBA, CBA, CDFA, CPVA of Sax/BST Valuation and Litigation Advisors, LLC, will be speaking on the topic of “Taxes and Spousal Maintenance” on March 7, 2014 at 8:00 AM at The Legal Project, Stuyvesant Plaza, 1475 Western Avenue, STE. 59, Albany, NY.  Cost is $10.00, payable by cash or check. To encourage an interactive discussion-based forum, meetings will be limited to 20 attendees.  Please note that as interest is high and space is limited, up until the Tuesday prior to the meeting, preference will be given to attorneys.   Please contact lsilverman@legalproject.org  by March 5th for payment details and to reserve your seat. 
April Meeting Preview: Topic: “Bankruptcy 101”; Speaker: Marc S. Ehrlich, Esq. of Ehrlich & Arcodia, P.C.

SAVE THE DATE
April 22nd  - Unveiling of Plaque honoring Hon. Anthony V. Cardona and Awards Presentation at annual Fund Raiser in Support of the Albany County Family Court Children’s Center by Margaret Vella, President, Friends of the Albany Children's Center, Inc.

Judge Anthony V. Cardona played a pivotal role in the establishment of the Children's Center at Albany County Family Court. Having previously sat in Family Court, Judge Cardona was acutely aware of the many challenges facing families who turn to the court for help.  In June of 1995, the Albany Children’s Center opened its doors, becoming one of the first of five Centers to operate in the NYS Unified Court System.

Today, the Center serves close to a thousand children each year, providing a safe haven and nurturing environment for children while their families take care of critical court business. The Center’s service provider, Albany Community Action Partnership, is dedicated to ensuring that children are cared for by professional staff specifically trained to handle difficult issues that can arise during court proceedings, such as a change of custody, and to serve as a resource to help families in crisis.

The Friends of the Albany Children's Center, Inc. was created to raise funds in support of the Center's operations. In 2012, the Friends established the first annual Hon. Anthony V. Cardona Award in recognition of the work individuals and organizations do on behalf of children and families in need. This year's award recipients will be former Appellate Division Justice Edward O. Spain and former Albany County Family Court Judge W. Dennis Duggan.   

On April 22nd, from 5:30 to 7:30 pm, please join the Friends as we celebrate the legacy of Judge Cardona's good works on behalf of children and families and recognize the outstanding public service of the award recipients.  Your financial support will ensure the continuation of the Children’s Center’s valuable services.  Don’t miss the special ceremony at this event, when we will unveil a plaque in honor of Judge Cardona which will proudly and prominently be displayed this Spring at Albany County Family Court.

The event will be held in the penthouse banquet room at the beautiful Taste restaurant in downtown Albany (45 Beaver Street), where there will be specially prepared tastings of food and beverages for your enjoyment.  For additional information, please call Margaret Vella at 439-6001.  Thank you.

ANNUAL DINNER
The Italian American Bar Association’s Annual Dinner will be held on April 10th at the Rotterdam Elks, 1152 Curry Road, Schenectady, NY.  Cocktails at 6 PM with dinner at 7 PM.  Members fee is $50, Non Members are $60 and Students are $25.  Please make checks payable to the Italian American Bar Association and mail to Jean Mahserjian, Esq. 1741 Route 9, Clifton Park, NY 12065.  For information, and to RSVP, contact Jean Mahserjian, 383-1182 jean@jeanmahserjian.com or italianamericanbar@gmail.com or Vito Caruso 285-8415 vcaruso@courts.state.ny.us.  To volunteer to work in the kitchen, contact Lesia at Judge Caruso’s chambers: 285-8415.

SCHENECTADY COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION
The SCBA will be presenting a "Trusts and Estates/Elder Law Practice" CLE on March 13 at the Glen Sanders Mansion in Scotia.  This program will generate 6 hours of Professional Practice and 1 hour of Ethics.  $135 for SCBA Members and $150 for Non Members (inc. continental breakfast and lunch).  Contact info@schenectadycountybar.org.

RENSSELAER COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION
The RCBA will hold its annual Judges Dinner on Thursday, February 27, 2014 at Franklin Plaza Ballroom in Troy. This year's dinner will honor newly elected judges: Hon. Richard J. McNally, Jr. and Hon. Paul V. Morgan, Jr. and recently retired judge, Hon. Edward O. Spain.  For reservations call Bill Fox at: (518)477-7533 or wfox@williamfoxlegal.com.


CDPA
The Capital District Paralegal Association is pleased to announce its new  Board of Directors for 2014. 
They are as follows:  President - Kevin Dayer; Vice President - Shannon Mack; Secretary - Whitney Jackson; Treasurer - Maureen Provost; Sponsorship - Kristie Livingston; Newsletter - Shannon Mack; Pro Bono: Karen Satterlee; Website/Social Media - Whitney Jackson; NFPA Primary - Maureen Provost; NFPA Secondary - Shannon Mack; Continuing Legal Education - Sarah Galusha; Membership -  Kristie Livingston; Events/Publicity - Star Donovan; Student Affairs - Whitney Jackson; and, ESAPA Delegate - Shannon Mack
Please spread the word to the paralegals in your law firms about this great resource that is available to them in the Capital District - CLE's, networking, listserv, and more.  For more information, contact Kevin Dayer at KDayer@nixonpeabody.com.

HOCKEY GAME
RPI is hosting a Law Firm Night (but everyone is welcome!) on January 24, 2013 at 7 PM at the East Campus Athletic Village-Houston Field House.  Join us for RPI vs. Dartmouth University!  Tickets are only $6!  Please contact De-Neita Peoples at 276-8997 or peopld@rpi.edu for additional information and to reserve your tickets. 


CDTLA’s NEW WEBSITE

The Capital District Trial Lawyers Association (“CDTLA”) is pleased to announce that the organization has launched its new website, which can be found at www.cdtlany.com.  Dates and topics for upcoming luncheons and CLEs as well as membership information may be found on the site. 
For further information, contact John F. Harwick at jharwick@hackermurphy.com.

VOLUNTEERS WANTED
The Thurgood Marshall Mock Trial Competition is looking for attorney volunteers.  The TMTCC is a national competition sponsored by the National Black Law Students Association (NBLSA) and is looking for attorneys to participate as judges responsible for judging each advocate on the skill in each of the trial’s components; motions, opening and/or closing, objections, direct examinations, and cross examinations in the Northeast Regional Competition, which will be held in Albany, New York from January 22-26, in conjunction with the Northeast Regional Convention.  If you would like to volunteer as a judge, or get additional information, please e-mail Keli Young at neblsa.mocktrial@nblsa.org.

CDPA
The Capital District Paralegal Association is holding its Annual Meeting/Holiday Social on December 10th at 6:00 p.m. at Otis & Oliver's Restaurant at the Mill Road Golf Course on Mill Road in Latham.  Please encourage the paralegals in your law firms and offices to join us on that date.  If not already members, they may become members on the night. RSVP Deadline is Nov. 29th. Cost for the Holiday Social is $25.00.  Contact stardonovan@rocketmail.com.


(From the November 2013 Newsletter)

VOLUNTEERS WANTED
The Thurgood Marshall Mock Trial Competition is looking for attorney volunteers.  The TMTCC is a national competition sponsored by the National Black Law Students Association (NBLSA) and is looking for attorneys to participate as judges responsible for judging each advocate on the skill in each of the trial’s components; motions, opening and/or closing, objections, direct examinations, and cross examinations in the Northeast Regional Competition, which will be held in Albany, New York from January 22-26, in conjunction with the Northeast Regional Convention.  If you would like to volunteer as a judge, or get additional information, please e-mail Keli Young at neblsa.mocktrial@nblsa.org.

30-HOUR MEDIATION TRAINING
Stalder Mediation will offer mediation training on Nov. 12-15 in downtown Albany with CLE credits available. For information, or to register, visit http://www.staldermediation.com (click on “Trainings”) or contact Julia Stalder: (917) 580-2253 or julia@staldermediation.com.

FREE CLE LECTURE
Albany Law School and The Fund for Modern Courts invite you to the 2013 Hugh R. Jones Memorial Lecture on November 13, 2013 at 5:30 PM at the Albany Law School, 80 New Scotland Ave., Albany.  There will be a buffet reception to follow and one CLE credit in Professional Practice Offered.  Welcoming remarks by Penelope (Penny) Andrews, President & Dean, Albany Law School and Milton L. Williams, Jr., Chair, Fund for Modern Courts;  Introduction by Hon. Jonathan Lippman, Chief Judge of the State of New York and the featured speaker will be Hon. Carmen Beauchamp Ciparick, Senior Associate Judge of the NYS Court of Appeals (retired).  To RSVP, please enter your information at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/JonesLecture2013

RETIREMENT RECEPTION
A retirement reception will be held for Judge Edward O. Spain on November 20, 2013 at the Franklin Plaza in Troy.  If you're interested in receiving an invitation, please email Judge Spain's secretary, Mary Joan Smith (msmith@nycourts.gov) or 285-6159.

(From the October 2013 Newsletter)

30-HOUR MEDIATION TRAINING
Stalder Mediation will offer mediation training on Nov. 12-15 in downtown Albany with CLE credits available. For information, or to register, visit http://www.staldermediation.com (click on “Trainings”) or contact Julia Stalder: (917) 580-2253 or julia@staldermediation.com.


PRISONERS’ LEGAL SERVICES
The Prisoners’ Legal Services, in collaboration with the Soul Rebel Performance Troupe, will be celebrating Pro Bono Week with a cocktail hour and performance of pieces submitted by incarcerated New Yorkers entitled “Bookends: The Effects of Incarceration on Children and the Elderly” on October 21st from 6 -8:30 PM at the Capital Repertory Theater, 111 N. Pearl St., Albany.  Tickets are $10 each and can be purchased by contacting Samantha Howell, Pro Bono Outreach Coordinator at 445-6050 or email showell@plsny.org

CAPITAL DISTRICT WOMEN’S BAR ASSOCIATION
•  CDWBA now has a Facebook page! The link to the page is http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=4041016&mostPopular=&trk=tyah. Please take a moment to view our page and “like” us. We are also on LinkedIn as a subgroup under WBASNY. You can find us at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Capital-District-Womens-Bar-Association/467671706631767

• Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk is October 20 at 10:00 AM in Washington Park, Albany. Even if you aren't walking, it is a great way to support the event and the members that do participate. The Women's Health and Caregiver's Committee along with the Legal Project are putting together a team. Online registration will begin soon.  If you are interested, please email Christine Clark at womenshealth@CDWBA.org or call her at 285-8445. 
 • Women on the Move 2013: Racing Ahead of the Curve: Tech-Savvy Practice Pointers for Innovative Women Attorneys on October 17.  Program runs from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. with a networking reception kicking off the new NYSBA Women's Community Initiative to follow at NYSBA, Great Hall, 1 Elk St., Albany.  Hon. Cathryn M. Doyle, Surrogate Court, Albany, will be the Keynote Speaker. A networking reception will follow the program. 4.0 MCLE Credits: 2.5 Skills; 1 Law Practice Management; .05 Ethics. Program will also be available via a simultaneous webcast option. Co-sponsored by the NYSBA Women in the Law Committee, Committee on CLE and the CDWBA.
• CDWBA Holiday Party will be held on December 10 at 5:45 p.m. at Fort Orange Club.  Details to follow.
 
THE LEGAL PROJECT
• The Legal Project is hosting a Legal Clinic to advise Veterans, Military Personnel and their families that have legal questions! The Clinic is FREE and is held each month on the 2nd Wednesday of the month from 5:30-7:00 PM, at the Hudson American Legion @ 7 Fairview Avenue, Hudson. Volunteers are needed to give a couple of evening hours each month to help coordinate this clinic. To sign up, call 435-1770 or email jguillot@legalproject.org
• Legal Project Pro Bono Awards Luncheon will be held on October 16 from11:30 am - 1:30 pm at The Century House, Latham, NY.  This luncheon recognizes those volunteers and community partners who have gone above and beyond to promote access to justice in our community and beyond will be honored. Cost to attend is $35.00.  Cost for a Non-Profit Employee/Law Student/College Student is $25.00.  Contact rporter@legalproject.org for registration and information.

• The 18th Annual Pro Bono Reception will be held on October 24 at the Hart Theater Lounge, The Egg, Albany, from 5:30-8:00 pm.  This cocktail reception with a beer and wine open bar, and delicious selections from a variety of local restaurants as well as a wonderful Silent Auction and raffle is a major fundraiser for the year and 100% of the proceeds from the event will help support our pro bono programs, specifically our Domestic Violence Legal Connection. The cost: $50, Non-Profit Employees $35.00, Law Students/College Students $35.00. Contact rporter@legalproject.org for registration and more information.

RENSSELAER COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION
The Rensselaer County Bar Association Courthouse Artwork Restoration, Committee’s Annual Gala Dinner will be held on October 17 at 6:00 pm at the Bush Memorial Hall – Russell Sage College (65 1st Street, Troy).
The renovations of the Rensselaer County Courthouse have been completed for nearly 10 years, but in the course of preparing for the renovations, numerous artifacts, paintings, photographs, and pieces of art were removed from the Courthouse for safe storage. The initial appraisals indicate that these are both very valuable and deteriorated. The RCBA has joined with members of the community to raise funds to restore these priceless pieces. This year the annual Gala Dinner will honor Joyce M. Galante, Esq. who will be introduced by Terry Shanley, Esq. Tickets are $100 per person, $50 of which is tax deductible.  For more information, please contact Casey Copps DiPaola at kdipaola@nycap.rr.com

(From the September 2013 Newsletter)

SAVE THE DATE
The Chief Judge of the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, A conversation with the Hon. Loretta Preska “From the Chem Lab to the Courtroom” at the College of St. Rose on September 26, 2013 at 5:00 pm in the Thelma P. Lally School of Education Touhey Forum located at 1009 Madison Ave., Albany.  Judge Preska graduated from St Rose and has had an amazing career.  A panel discussion will follow about careers, challenges, and the changes in the legal field with The Hon. Mae D’Agostino (U.S. Dist. Judge, Northern Dist. Of NY), John R. Dunne (Senior Counsel with Whiteman, Osterman & Hanna, LLP), Tiffany M. Knaff (Student, New England Law, Boston) and Moderated by Daniel P. Nolan (Chair for the Board of Trustees at the College of St. Rose and the Albany Law School).  For more information please contact specialevents@strose.edu or 458-5391.

VOLUNTEERS WANTED
The Frederick Douglass Moot Court Competition is looking for attorney volunteers for this January 2014.  The FDMCC is a national competition sponsored by the National Black Law Students Association (NBLSA) and is looking for attorneys to participate as: a brief-grading judge, an oral argument judge, or a sponsor for the Northeast Regional Competition, which will be held in Albany, New York from January 22-26, in conjunction with the Northeast Regional Convention. This regional competition is one of six regional competitions that occur across the country. The top three teams from each competition will advance to the national finals, which will be held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin from March 11-16, 2014.  If you would like to volunteer as a judge, or get additional information, please e-mail Jasmine M. Liverpool at neblsa.mootcourt@nblsa.org.


THE CHIEF JUDGE’S HEARINGS ON CIVIL LEGAL SERVICES
The Hon. Jonathan Lippman, Chief Judge of the State of New York, will be conducting his fourth annual series of public hearings to evaluate the continuing unmet civil legal services needs in all parts of the state and to assess the level of resources necessary to meet those needs. As requested in the June 2010 Joint Legislative Resolution, the Chief Judge will report to the Legislature on the information obtained at the hearings, as well as the continuing work of the Task Force to Expand Access to Civil Legal Services in New York, and will request State funding to meet these unmet needs.  For the THIRD DEPARTMENT, the hearing will be held on September 17, 2013, from 10a.m. to 1p.m. at the Court of Appeals, 20 Eagle Street, Albany.   For further information please visit the Task Force's website: http://www.nycourts.gov/ip/access-civil-08-05-13 legal-services.

FLORIDA BAR CLE
There are approximately 200 CLE Seminars available for audio-download, video-download, CLEToGo or Podcast download 24 hours a day / 7 days a week through The Florida Bar 24/7 Online CLE link.  The seminars are categorized by practice area.  For information, please contact  www.floridabar.org/CLE.

2013 CRIMINAL LAW ACADEMY
On September 21st and September 28th at the Mohawk Valley Community College in Utica a program for public defenders, assigned counsel and criminal defense practitioners will be held.
Sept. 21st – Trial Practice featuring Paul Cambria, Esq., Terry Kindlon, Esq., Albany, Ray Kelly, Esq., Albany, Emil Rossi, Esq., Syracuse and Michael Vavonese, Esq., Syracuse.
Sept. 28th  – Forensic Evidence at Trial featuring Marvin Schechter, Esq., NYC, Ray Kelly, Esq., Albany, Anne M. Burger, Esq., Buffalo and Jerry Grant, Forensic Investigator, Buffalo.
This program generates14 CLE Credits: 6 Professional Practice, 6 Skills, 2 Ethics.  The registration Fee is $175 for both days. Pre-registration and payment are required by September 13th (County vouchers are accepted). Registration is limited to 75 participants.  Please contact: Jan Curley, Oneida County Public Defender, Criminal Division at 315-798-5871 or email jcurley@ocgov.net.

CDPA
The Capital District Paralegal Association's Annual Membership Gala will be held on Tuesday, September 17th at the Best Western Albany Airport Inn on Wolf Road, beginning at 6:00 p.m.  Several vendors, legal and non-legal, will be hosting tables of wares and services, and there will be games, raffles, prizes and a delicious buffet.  Cost for non-CDPA members is $25.00.  Please RSVP by 5:00 p.m. on September 3rd to Star Donovan - events@cdpa.info or stardonovan@rocketmail.com.  We hope you can join us!


ALBANY CHAPTER OF ALA
The Albany Chapter of the Albany Legal Administrators will be holding the September Educational Luncheon on September 19th from 12:00 - 1:45 pm.  The featured speaker will be Martha Mabeus, Account Executive, Austin & Co., on the topic of “Health Care Update.”   The location is TBD.  For more information, please contact Nicole Banagan, Firm Administrator, Young/Sommer LLC, nbanagan@youngsommer.com

LEGAL AID SOCIETY
The 9th Annual Justice for All Campaign Kickoff on September 26th from 5:30-7:30 pm at the Fort Orange Club in downtown Albany. This complimentary event includes hors d'oeuvres, open bar and live music and is a thank you for supporters of the 2012 campaign as well as the launch of the 2013 campaign.  Founded in 2004, this Annual Fund Campaign is led by over 60 law firms in our area and supports the ongoing work of the Legal Aid Society of Northeastern New York. Individual gifts also comprise a generous portion of our campaign dollars. We look forward to seeing a large contingent of your firm there.  Please rsvp to rsvp@lasnny.org or contact Deanne Grimaldi at dgrimaldi@lasnny.org.

LEGAL PROJECT
The Legal Project is hosting a Legal Clinic to advise Veterans, Military Personnel and their families that have legal questions!  The Clinic is FREE and is held each month on the 2nd Wednesday of the month from 5:30-7:00 PM, at the Hudson American Legion @ 7 Fairview Avenue, Hudson.  Volunteers are needed to give a couple of evening hours each month to help coordinate this clinic. To sign up, call 435-1770 or email mgodwin@legalproject.org. Some other upcoming LP programs are:  Matrimonial Law:  Representing Limited Means Domestic Violence Survivors on September 17th from 12:30-5:30; Guest Bartending for The Legal Project on September 18th from 5:30 pm-7:30 pm at Taste Restaurant; The Inaugural Legal Project Awards Luncheon on October 16th from 11:30 am-2pm at The Century House, Latham, NY; and, The 18th Annual Pro Bono Reception on October 24th at the Hart Theater Lounge, The Egg, Albany, NY.  CDWBA now






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