City Bar Summer Series

This annual series features areas where lawyers and law students can learn about critical and practice areas for that year. We hold these programs in person and stream the panel presentations virtually.

Each program consists of a panel presentation followed by small group discussions led by our panelists and other attorneys for attendees to ask questions and gain significant insight into these exciting practice areas.

This series is free for students and alumni of our sponsoring law schools. To become a sponsoring law school, contact Connor Doyle at cdoyle@nycbar.org

 

Careers in Labor and Employment Law
June 25, 2024
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

As technology reshapes the way we work and the global economy undergoes profound transformations, Labor and Employment Law has never been more relevant or vital.

From addressing the challenges of remote work to ensuring fair treatment in the workplace, this program offers invaluable insights into the legal issues shaping the future of work, while exploring how recent shifts in work patterns and business models are reshaping the legal landscape.

Whether you’re interested in workers’ rights, advising businesses on compliance issues, or shaping future labor policies, this program will help you chart a course for success in a dynamic and ever-changing field. Our experienced panelists will discuss their practices from different perspectives and share how they got started in their careers as well as recommendations for aspiring Labor and Employment lawyers.

 

Careers in Cybersecurity
August 6, 2024
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Cybersecurity and data privacy concerns continue to escalate, making this a hot legal market to enter. International, federal, state, and local laws and regulations in cybersecurity and data privacy are rapidly evolving in response to emerging issues that seem to change almost daily.
In response, organizations are working hard to comply and protect the information they hold, paving the way for law firm, in-house, and public sector opportunities for new lawyers, or lawyers in transition. Panelists will discuss how they got started in these areas and what they recommend for breaking into this growing and exciting area of the law.

This series is free for students and alumni of our sponsoring law schools.

Sponsoring Law Schools: