“I nanny in the afternoons. Yes, that is how I use my J.D.!” a 28-year-old woman wrote in an email to The Observer.
We met her last Friday at a West Village coffee shop filled with well-heeled bohemians sipping mid-morning lattes. The wistful Southern brunette rested one elbow on the table, a delicate engagement ring Read More
GENEVA—An organization of Latino lawyers is lining up against the Commission on Judicial Nomination's latest round of nominees for chief judge of the Court of Appeals, even as the state's largest group of lawyers stood behind the process and David Paterson, despite protesting the lack of diversity in the current list, appears Read More
At 9 a.m., Bronx Borough President Adolfo Carrion, Jr. addresses The Hunts Point Chamber of Commerce.
Also, starting at 9 a.m. the New York State Bar Association convenes for their 130th Annual Meeting at the Marriott Marquis Hotel
At 9:30 a.m., the screening panel in Albany hears from comptroller candidates Tom DiNapoli, Read More