The Brooklyn Bar Association held its final continuing legal education seminar before it takes a break for the summer on guardianship cases.
The Brooklyn Bar Association (BBA) has many functions within the local community and one of them is to educate the public on their legal rights to issues facing them today.
The Brooklyn Bar Association’s Foundation Law Committee hosted a public seminar on Monday for co-op dwellers titled “Co-op Living: Know Your Rights as a Shareholder and as a Renter,” during which an attorney explained the common problems that arise and how to handle them.
I am very pleased, as I vacation on the beach in Connecticut, that the talented Fern Finkel has agreed to contribute a very valuable message on behalf of the Brooklyn Law Foundation.
The Brooklyn Bar Association’s (BBA) Foundation Law Committee hosted a free and public event on Monday titled “Landlord Tenant Law: Know Your Rights,” where attorneys gave a presentation on landlord and tenant proceedings at the Brooklyn Bar Association headquarters.
The Brooklyn Bar Association’s Elder Law Committee hosted a Continuing Legal Education (CLE) seminar titled “Article 81 Skills Workshop: Motions for Interim Relief” in Brooklyn Heights.
On Tuesday, January 24, 2017, members of the Elder Law and Special Needs Section gathered in New York City for the New York State Bar Association’s 2017 Annual Meeting.
The Brooklyn Women’s Bar Association (BWBA) hosted a Continuing Legal Education (CLE) seminar with elder law attorney Fern Finkel titled “Advising Your Clients on Aging in the Community” in Brooklyn Heights.
The Brooklyn Bar Association (BBA) held a daylong Office of Court Administration (OCA) approved Mental Hygiene Law, Article 81 Guardianship Training program that was worth eight Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits. The program was hosted by Lamberti, Fern Finkel and the BBA’s Elder Law Committee.
In honor of this special anniversary, the Brooklyn Bar Association Volunteer Lawyers Project (“VLP”) highlights some of the remarkable volunteer attorneys whose pro bono work can be seen in the strength of the VLP today.