Center on Latino and Latina Rights and Equality
The Center on Latino and Latina Rights and Equality (CLORE),
The Puerto Rican Bar Association (PRBA),
The Hispanic National Bar Association New York Region (HNBA),
and Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP
Present a two-credit CLE course and networking event:
FIFTH ANNUAL CLORE SUPREME COURT REVIEW
Key Cases of the 2013-2014 Term
- Natalie Gomez-Velez, Professor of Law, CUNY School of Law and Director, CLORE
CLE Faculty – Presenters:
- Fabio Arcila, Professor of Law, Touro Law School
- Juan Cartagena, President and General Counsel LatinoJustice PRLDEF
- Elba Galvan, Court Attorney, New York State Unified Court System
- Louise Melling, Deputy Legal Director and Director of Liberty Project, ACLU
Rachel Wainer Apter, Managing Associate, Supreme Court and Appeals,
Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP
With greetings from:
- Neysa Alsina, President, Hispanic National Bar Association, NY Region
- Carlos Perez Hall, President, Puerto Rican Bar Association
Monday, September 22, 2014 • 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
(CLE portion begins promptly at 6:00 p.m.)
Orrick's New York Office
CBS Building, 23rd Floor
51 West 52nd Street (at 6th Avenue)
New York, New York 10019
This event is free of charge. Register/RSVP (required) by September 18, 2014.
Please note: Our CLE seminars are appropriate for both newly admitted attorneys and experienced attorneys. Two (2) CLE credits on Professional Practice will be provided.
* Under Continuing Legal Education regulations, CLE credit will be offered only to those attorneys completing entire sessions; attorneys attending only part of a session are not eligible for partial credit for a session. Attorneys arriving late are welcome to attend the program but will not be eligible for CLE credit. Attorneys wishing to receive CLE credit must sign in the program's attendance register prior to and following the CLE program; once a speaker begins the program, the sign in sheet will be removed. Similarly, attorneys leaving the session early are also ineligible for CLE credit. While in NYS 50 minutes of CLE training provides 1 hour of credit, all CLEs sponsored by CUNY School of Law run a full 60 minutes, not including introductory remarks or breaks, but including questions and answer periods.
The Center on Latino and Latina Rights and Equality (CLORE) focuses on issues impacting the Latino community in the United States, with the goal of developing progressive strategies for legal reform. The Center seeks to educate lawyers, law students, scholars and the general public on the status of Latinos and Latinas, as well as to advocate for expanded civil rights in the areas that affect the growing Latino population.
The Center is located at the City University of New York School of Law and is believed to be the first of its kind in the world. The Center will host events, create bibliographies, sponsor forums, and develop courses that highlight access to the legal system and explore issues affecting the Latino community. The Law School's library will be the repository for the Center's Special Collection on Latinos and the Law.
The Center will bring together scholars and advocates for discussions and strategic planning, while making available its growing archives on Latino rights to the legal community, activists, elected officials and others in the strongest position to help Latinos and Latinas improve their position in the United States and world society.
The Center on Latino and Latina Rights and Equality (CLORE) focuses on issues impacting the Latino community in the United States, with the goal of developing progressive strategies for legal reform.