The twelfth annual Richard D. Cudahy Writing Competition on Regulatory and Administrative Law honors the late Judge Cudahy’s contributions to the fields of regulatory and administrative law. Submissions should be related to American regulatory and administrative law, broadly construed.
The winning lawyer and law student author will receive a cash prize of $1,500. The winning papers will also receive special recognition at the 2019 ACS National Convention and on the ACS website. Coauthored submissions are eligible and if selected, the coauthors will share the prize.
2019 Judging Panel: Jack M. Beermann, Hon. David Hamilton, Jeffrey P. Kehne, Hon. Paul Oetken, Amy Widman, and Allison M. Zieve
The competition is open to lawyers and law students. Deadline Feb. 3.
The Constance Baker Motley Writing Competition honors the legacy of Constance Baker Motley, a civil rights leader, elected official, and the first African-American woman appointed to the federal bench. Papers will be judged on their effective use, analysis and/or expansion of legal scholarship. The judging committee includes federal judges and leading academics.
The student authors of the top three papers will receive special recognition at the ACS National Convention in the summer of 2019 and a cash prize for their work. The winner will be awarded $3,000 and each of the two runners-up will receive $1,000. The top paper may also receive an offer of publication in the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law.
2019 Judges: Hon. Ketanji Brown Jackson, Hon. Jacqueline Nguyen, Hon. Carlton W. Reeves, Victoria Rodriguez Roldan, Kermit Roosevelt, Brian Soucek, and Ciara Torres-Spelliscy
The competition is open to law students. Deadline Feb. 10. To learn more, click here.
NYC Council Member Daniel Dromm and the United Sherpa Association invite you to a City Agency Resource Fair. Meet with representatives of various city agencies, which will include the Department of Education, Department of Environmental Preservation, Taxi & Limousine Commission and the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs.
The City Agency Resource Fair will be held on Sunday, January 27, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at 41-01 75th Street, Elmhurst, NY. For more information, please call (718) 803-6373.
in what gets built in your community and how government works to
deliver services in your neighborhood? Apply to join one
of Manhattan’s 12 Community Boards.
Community Board has 50 seats which are filled for two-year terms by
volunteers, who are selected by the Borough President and local City
members. Half the seats are up for appointment or reappointment every
Boards get a seat at the table in high-stakes land use, real estate,
and zoning negotiations, and they work directly with city agencies to
influence how government services are delivered at the neighborhood
January’s Monthly Pro Bono Clinic, held on Wednesday, January 9 at 3 Bowery Street in Confucius Plaza, brought out 16 lawyers and 6 interpreters who volunteered their time to help 34 clients.
We are asking every member to actively support AABANY’s Monthly Pro Bono Clinic by making donations that are vital to its continuing operation. In a few short years, with the tireless and generous assistance of our volunteers, we have helped hundreds of low-income clients with free legal advice and referrals to high-quality, culturally sensitive, and linguistically competent legal services. Together we have helped expand access to justice for underserved Asian American New Yorkers.
you know family members, friends, or businesses, such as your firm, who
would like to support the Clinic, please help us connect with them by
contacting Karen Yau at email@example.com.
please urge them to make a donation directly. They can visit the
website of Asian American Law Fund of New York (AALFNY), AABANY’s
501(c)(3) affiliate: https://www.asianamericanlawfund.org/donate/
AALFNY is accepting charitable donations on the Clinic’s behalf and
can issue any donor a tax receipt. Any contribution, large or small,
would help. Please be sure to indicate in the memo field that the
donation is intended for the Pro Bono Clinic.
Thank you to all of the January Pro Bono Clinic Volunteers!
Gaye L. Chun
Eun Hye (Grace) Lee
Kwok Kei Ng
Karen Kithan Yau
Judy (Ming Chu) Lee
Derek Ting-Che Tai
Teresa Wai Yee Yeung
Wenxin Natalie Lu
Special thanks to Johnny Thach for coordinating the clinic, and the Pro Bono and Community Service Committee Co-Chairs Karen Kithan Yau, Ming Chu Lee, and Asako Aiba for their leadership.
If you are interested in volunteering at next month’s Pro Bono Clinic on February 13, please contact Asako Aiba at firstname.lastname@example.org. AABANY’s Monthly Pro Bono Clinic occurs every second Wednesday from 6:30 to 8:30 PM.