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Legal History Committee

The Legal History Committee is comprised of practicing lawyers, business people, jurists, academics, law students and others. We focus on significant topics in law and history that connect to today’s issues and concerns, including New York lawyers, the Association, and its priorities and influential “reform” work in New York City and State. The Committee hosts expert speakers at its monthly meetings and sponsors public programs, often in collaboration with other Committees.

On October 23, 2012, the Committee hosted Professor Samuel Estreicher of New York University Law School for a discussion of his paper, “The Roosevelt-Cardozo Way: The Case for Bar Eligibility After Two Years of Law School” (click here for the paper).

Of Interest

Event Podcast: The Lincoln Deception, April 02, 2014