Richmond County Bar Association
The RCBA is hosting a CLE on Friday, September 28, 2018. The Topic is Part 137 Attorney-Client Fee Dispute Resolution Program, New Arbitrator Training. This training is open to Attorneys with a minimum of 5 years experience practicing law and Non-Attorneys. Please click here for details.
Michael A. Forzano has Passed
Visitation: Bedell-Pizzo Funeral Home, 7447 Amboy Road, Staten Island, NY
Hours: Sunday, September 2, 2018 (2 - 4 PM) & Monday, September 3, 2018 (2 - 4 PM and 7 - 10 PM)
Our Surrogate’s Court Chief Clerk, Ronald Cerrachio will be participating in a CLE at the City Bar entitled Hail to the Chiefs: Practical Aspects of Surrogate's Court Procedure from the Chief Clerks
DATE: Wednesday, September 12th from 5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
LOCATION: New York City Bar Association, 42 West 44th Street, New York, NY
CREDITS: 2 CLE credits
CONTACT: If you would like to attend, please reply directly to Rosan Dacres, 212-382 -6630 or email@example.com
M&T Bank is proudly hosting the NYS Society of Certified Public Accountants - Staten Island Chapter, Richmond County Bar Association, and Bankers Association of Richmond County for a Networking Opportunity for Professionals.
Wednesday, September 26th, 2018 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Richmond County District Attorney, Michael McMahon, will be in attendance to meet and greet. Hosted by Patrick Keegan, NYC Regional Manager and Nick Athineos, Business Banking.
Family Court Announcement
Beginning Monday, August 27, 2018, Judge Peter DeLizzo (Part 4), Court Attorney Referee Alexandra Byun (Part 40), Court Attorney Referee Janet McFarland (Part 42), and the Family Court Help Center will be relocating to 18 Richmond Terrace.
Effective August 27, 2018, Judge DeLizzo will be in Room 320.
Effective Tuesday, September 4, Court Attorney Referee Alexander Byun will be in Room 315.
From Monday, August 27 through Thursday, August 30, Court Attorney Referee Janet McFarland will be sitting in Part I at 100 Richmond Terrace. Effective Friday, August 31, she will be in Room 305 at 18 Richmond Terrace.
All Petitions and Motions for support, visitation, and custody and Orders of Protection and Writs must be filed at the Family Court Help Center which will be located at 18 Richmond Terrace on the 3rd Floor.
The Real Property Section of the New York State Bar Association is now accepting applications for the 2019 Tharp and Mitzner Scholarships. If you have know of a law student who would be interested in applying, please share the information below. The application deadline is December 3, 2018.
REAL PROPERTY LAW SECTION LORRAINE POWER THARP SCHOLARSHIP
This $5000 scholarship was created to honor the memory of Lorraine Power Tharp, who served as President of the NYSBA and Chair of the Real Property Law Section. The scholarship is awarded to a second- or third-year law school student who best exemplifies the core values important to Lorraine: academic excellence, a demonstrated interest in public service, high integrity and, if possible, an interest in real property law.
Efforts will be made to honor Lorraine's commitment to gender equity and diversity in the profession. To ensure geographic diversity, the Foundation will strive to select students attending New York State law schools in different counties each year, so that over time students from all areas of the state will be able to benefit from the scholarship. A preference will be given to students who demonstrate financial need.
The Lorraine Power Tharp Scholarship application form has details on eligibility and requirements.
REAL PROPERTY LAW SECTION MELVYN MITZNER SCHOLARSHIP
This $5,000 scholarship is awarded to a full- or part-time student enrolled in a New York State law school. It was created to honor the memory of Melvyn Mitzner, a legend in the New York real estate legal community. Mitzner is a former chair of the Real Property Law Section, and was an active and valued member of the Section for many years.
Efforts will be made to honor Mitzner’s commitment to professional achievement and to diversity in the profession. To ensure geographic diversity, the Foundation will strive to select students attending New York State law schools in different counties each year, so that over time students from all areas of the State will be able to benefit from the scholarship. A preference will be given to students who demonstrate financial need.
The Melvyn Mitzner Scholarship application form has details on eligibility and requirements.