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Attorney Client Privilege and Selective Waiver in Bank Regulation

The Stein Center for Law and Ethics, the Fordham Corporate Law Center, and Cardozo Law School’s Center on Corporate Governance are co-sponsoring a CLE panel on ethics in bank regulation, Attorney Client Privilege and Selective Waiver in Bank Regulation. The panel is based on an article by Fordham Law Professor Bruce Green entitled "The Attorney-Client Privilege – Selective Compulsion, Selective Waiver, and Selective Disclosure: Is Bank Regulation Exceptional?"  The panelists will address selective disclosure/selective waivers, as well as broader issues having to do with the realities of investigations. This panel will offer two ethics CLE credits. It will be held at Cardozo Law School (55 Fifth Avenue between 12th and 13th Streets in the Third Floor Lounge) on Monday, February 24, 2014 at 6:00pm. 

To view the event brochure, please click here.

Advanced RSVP required: please register at Please direct any questions to Sherri Levine or Ann Rakoff.

Inaugural Stein Scholars Conference Call: How to Transition from Private Firm to Nonprofit/Government Entity

Join us at 12:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 6, 2014, for a conference call with Stein Scholars graduates who made the switch from private firms to nonprofit/government entities. Get tips on how to effectively position yourself to make the transition, find out about issues to consider before making the switch and how to get started, learn how your colleagues decided it was time to make the change, and take advantage of the opportunity to ask the speakers your own questions.

What:  Conference Call

When: Thursday, March 6

Time:  12:30-1:30 p.m.

Gail Eckstein ’03 - from Reed Smith LLP to the NYC Department of Education
Erica Gersowitz ’07 – from Kaye Scholer LLP to the Laura and John Arnold Foundation
Adam Libove ’07 – from Troutman Sanders LLP to NYC Department of Investigation
Nicholas Mitchell ’07 – from Allen & Overy LLP to Independent Monitor of the Denver Police and Sheriff Departments
Seema Saifee ’04 – from Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP to the Innocence Project

How:  RSVP to to receive the call-in number

Questions: or 212-636-6988

Hot Topics: Family and Children's Rights: Challenges, Accomplishments, and Emerging Issues

The Stein Center for Law and Ethics and the Stein Scholars Program present the Spring 2014 panel discussion: Hot Topics: Family and Children's Rights: Challenges, Accomplishments, and Emerging Issues. Join us for this panel discussion and reception, as Fordham Law alumni discuss innovative ways to empower underserved communities through the prism of their legal careers. The panel will be held on Monday, April 7th in Room 430 B/C. The panel discussion will take place from 7:00 to 8:15 pm and a reception will follow from 8:15 to 9:00 pm. Please direct any questions to Sherri Levine, Executive Director of the Stein Center at or 212-636-6988.

To view the event brochure, please click here.

Confirmed Speakers:
Stacy Charland '04 - Staff Attorney at Bronx Defenders
Susan Cordaro '04 - Appellate Attorney at Children's Law Center
Louise Feld '02 - Senior Policy Associate for Food and Economic Security at Citizens Committee for Children
Sandy Rosin '06 - Litigation Supervisor at Center for Family Representation
Lauren Wenegrat '00 - Director of Legal Services - Family Foster Care at Good Shepherd Services


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