Baseball And The Law: America’s National Pastimes

The Albany Government Law Review will host the symposium “Baseball And The Law: America’s National Pastimes” on Monday, April 11, 2011, from 10:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Albany Law School.

The symposium will span a variety of topics, including stadium development, intellectual property rights in the age of new media, player representation and contract negotiation, the history and development of free agency, performance enhancing drug use, and labor negotiation and collective bargaining.

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Day 2 of Classroom Politics: A Symposium on Education Reform

Lisa Alexander, Public Relations Chair for Fireplace, Albany Government Law Review Member

 

Charter or public?  Tenure or no tenure?  Testing or no testing?  These are just some of the questions that the roundtable panelists addressed on the second day of Albany Government Law Review’s symposium, “Classroom Politics: A Symposium on Education Reform.”

The panel, held on Thursday, November 11 in the Dean Alexander Moot Courtroom, featured a roundtable discussion by five distinguished panelists.  Panelists included Kathy Ahearn, Esq, Partner at Guercio & Guercio; Thomas Carroll, Chair of the Foundation for Education Reform and Accountability and Founder and Chairman of Brighter Choice Charter Schools; Douglas Gerhardt, Member of Harris Beach PLLC; Pauline Kinsella, Executive Director for New York State United Teachers; and Dr. Henry Levin, Ph.D, William H. Kilpatrick Professor of Economics & Education at Columbia University Teacher’s College.  Scott Waldman, Education Reporter for the Albany Times Union, moderated the discussion.

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