CLRN members Mercedes Cano, Eric Torres, Margaret McIntyre, Heidi Henle, Sandra Munoz, Fred Rooney and Orestes Rodriguez, in conjunction with Queens Civil Court Judge Carmen Velasquez
Professors Goldscheid, Valentine, Huertas-Noble and Haywood Burns Chair Dean Spade to present at 2010 SALT Conference. CLRN Director Fred Rooney to keynote at the National Institute for Teaching Ethics & Professionalism Conference.
The American Bar Association (ABA) Standing Committee on the Delivery of Legal Services has named CUNY School of Law’s Community Legal Resource Network (CLRN) as the recipient of the 2010 Louis M. Brown Award for Legal Access.
In a first of its kind collaboration in the nation, the New York State Courts and CUNY School of Law will pilot “LaunchPad for Justice,” an initiative that will jumpstart the careers of new CUNY Law graduates and provide much needed legal
The Association of American Law Schools (AALS) has announced that Fred Rooney, Director of CUNY Law’s Community Legal Resource Network
The Association of American Law Schools (AALS) has announced that Fred Rooney, Director of CUNY Law’s Community Legal
In October 2008, Symbiosis Law School (SIU) and the City University of New York School of Law (CUNY Law) teamed up to design a program
In a first of its kind collaboration in the nation, the New York State Courts and CUNY School of Law will pilot “LaunchPad for Justice,” an initiative that will jumpstart the careers of new CUNY Law graduates and provide much needed legal representation to low-income New Yorkers. In addition, the Courts will gain another cadre of volunteer attorneys, supporting its efforts at efficient administration of justice.
In Pune, India, CUNY Law’s Community Legal Resource Network (CLRN) and Symbiosis Law School (SLS) continue to break new ground with
CUNY Law graduates and founders of Common Law, Inc. Karen Gargamelli, Jay Kim and Mike Wang collaborated on a video honoring CLRN
Sayali Sohoni was born and raised in Pune, India. Conscious of the disparities in accessing justice that exist in India, Sayali decided pursue a career in law
Fred Rooney and the Community Legal Resource Network (CLRN) will be providing free legal services for seniors
Queens newspapers are reporting on the work of Fred Rooney and Lisa Reiner of the Community Legal Resource Network (CLRN) in lending legal counsel to immigrants seeking to become U.S. citizens
Seven members of the CUNY School of Law community, past and present, have been named among the Legal 100 by Irish America magazine in its October/November 2008 issue. Sue Bryant and Fred Rooney, current members of the community, are included. Also named are Emeritus Dean Kristen Glen, and CUNY Law graduates Sean Crowley (Class of […]
Common Law Inc., a non-profit consortium of three CUNY Law alums from the class of 2007, created a clinic to help homeowners in foreclosure that was the feature of a WNYC radio interview that aired several times on Thursday, Sept. 4.
As it reaches its 10-year milestone, the Community Resource Legal Network (CLRN), a network of hundreds of New York City-area attorneys serving local communities and individuals in need, will replicate its program at Symbiosis Law School (www.symlaw.ac.in) in Pune, India. The new program is to begin Oct. 1 under the leadership of CLRN director Fred […]
The New York Times today features the CUNY Law School’s new incubator project in a story on its education page. The story can be found here » The story opens with an interview with Gabriel R. Munson, a 2003 graduate of CUNY Law, who, after trying to strike out on his own last spring, found […]
Two delegations of lawyers — one from CUNY School of Law’s Community Legal Resource Network (CLRN) and the other from Israel — will convene for 10 days later this month to share ideas on how to increase access to high-quality legal representation for low-income clients, immigrants and the working poor in both nations. The retreat, […]
In a unique collaboration, the CUNY on Wheels Program is collaborating with CUNY School of Law’s Community Legal Resource Network (CLRN) to provide information and counseling to immigrant residents of the Rockaways.