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Sorensen Center: LGBTQ+ Litigation and Advocacy Updates in East Asia

CUNY School of Law

Join legal experts for a discussion on the developing landscape of LGBTQ+ rights and protections in East Asia. Join Glenn Magpantay (Commissioner, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights), Jennifer Lu (Director of Asia Program, Outright International), Joy Chia (Executive Director, Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice), and Michael Heflin (Global Grants Director, Outright International) for a discussion […]

The Climate Crisis: Constitutional and Human Rights Jurisprudence (CLE)

Zoom

With climate change becoming an ever present threat, people are using the court system to prevent future damage. This CLE will be a discussion of the status of current climate litigation domestically and internationally as well as how these intersect with human rights laws. Presenters: Suzanne Sangree, Esq. ('86), Senior Counsel, Grant & Eisenhofer Eleanor […]

Collateral Consequences of Incarceration: The Clean Slate Act and Beyond (CLE)

Zoom

This CLE will discuss the recently signed Clean Slate Act, which will expand opportunities for over 2.3 million New Yorkers with conviction records. With this new law, New York has joined eleven other states in passing legislation that will automatically seal certain convictions and allow people to overcome systemic barriers to jobs, housing, and education. […]

Ethics and Allyship Training to Document and Report Incidents of Hate

CUNY Law Community Room

Join us for a special allyship training (with ethics CLE credits for attorneys) on what you can do to help document and report incidents of bias-related harassment and hate crimes against people of any background, especially Asian Americans, Jews, Muslims, African Americans, and LGBTQ people during a time when hate crimes in the United States […]

Ethics and Allyship Training to Document and Report Incidents of Hate

CUNY Law Community Room

Join us for a special allyship training (with ethics CLE credits for attorneys) on what you can do to help document and report incidents of bias-related harassment and hate crimes against people of any background, especially Asian Americans, Jews, Muslims, African Americans, and LGBTQ people during a time when hate crimes in the United States […]

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