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The Lawyers Division Welcomes the Participants of the 2014 Summer Associate Research Program

The New York Region Lawyers Division welcomed the next generation of legal leaders at the opening breakfast of the 2014 Summer Associate Research Program (SARP). The morning was hosted by Hahn & Hessen Associate and SARP Co-Chair Sarah Gryll. Over 35 summer associates representing 21 top firms attended. The featured speakers were Deborah Lauter, ADL’s Director of the Civil Rights

Over 350 Commemorate the 20th Anniversary of the Edward Brodsky Legal Conference

Over 350 commemorated the 20th anniversary of the Edward Brodsky Legal Conference on Tuesday, March 11th at the Times Center in New York City.  It was titled The topic, American Democracy in the 21st Century: Voting Rights, Redistricting and Campaign Finance. The conference was moderated by Jeffrey Rosen, President & CEO of the National Constitution Center – featured an esteemed

2013 Lawyers Division Human Relations Award Luncheon Raises over $700,000

On Thursday, December 5th, the New York Region celebrated its 18th annual Human Relations Award Luncheon honoring legal and community leaders Elizabeth Sacksteder and John Savarese to support the mission and work of ADL in New York City. The afternoon brought together over 400 members of the legal and financial community and raised $700,000 for ADL’s work in New York

Have You Made Your Year-End Gift to ADL New York?

At ADL New York, we educate through programming, advocacy and outreach. By supporting ADL, you are making a personal statement in the fight against hatred, bigotry and anti-Semitism through education. With 100 years of experience, we train local law enforcement to counter domestic extremism and hate crimes. We continue to be one of the nation’s leading bullying-prevention agencies with over

The December Dilemma: Teaching About Religious Holidays

  As the December holidays approach, we at the Anti-Defamation League — one of the nation’s premier organizations defending religious liberty — know that many school districts are faced with difficult questions about how to appropriately acknowledge the December holidays.  In an effort to help you comply with the United States Constitution and create a school environment that celebrates diversity