In observance of Thanksgiving, the BBA Building, the LRS, VLP and Foundation library will be closed.
Established in 1872, the Brooklyn Bar Association’s primary purpose is to promote professional competence among attorneys and increased respect for the legal system.
We promote access to the legal system through our Lawyer Referral Service which provides referrals for legal assistance in multiple practice areas. We advance leadership and promote opportunities for success through our networking opportunities and through our sections and committees, which focus on improvements in the practice of law. We provide Continuing Legal Education, which enhances the skills, competence and ethics of our members.
Our belief that the administration of justice is achieved through the integrity, honor and courtesy of the members of the legal profession is the foundation of our association.
The Brooklyn Bar Association Foundation Annual Dinner will be held this year as follows:
Brooklyn Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge Hotel
December 8, 2014
This year’s Honorees will be as follows:
- Hon. Jenny Rivera, Court of Appeals,
- Presiding Justice Eng, New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division,
- Justice George J. Silver, New York County Supreme Court, Civil Term, and
- Past President Andrea E. Bonina.
Full details of the Annual Dinner are at the Annual Dinner section of our website.
If you have any questions please contact Louise Feldman or Avery Eli Okin at 718-624-0675
Tuesdays with Talmud
Board of Trustees Room
Tuesdays with Talmud
Board of Trustees Room, 3rd Floor
In observance of Christmas Day, the BBA Building, LRS, VLP and Foundation Library will be closed.
This is a Free public education event. Held in the Board of Trustees Room, 3rd Floor, BBA Building.
Please email Avery Eli Okin at firstname.lastname@example.org
Digital Evidence in Matrimonial Cases – Deconstructing Electronically Stored Information ~ January 6, 2015
Digital Evidence in Matrimonial Cases – Deconstructing Electronically Stored Information
Tuesday, January 6, 2015
5:30-6PM: Networking & Refreshments
2 MCLE Credits (.5 Ethics & 1.5 Skills)
The volume of digital evidence potentially available in matrimonial (and other) cases dwarfs all evidence in all other forms. Recent ethical opinions state that a practitioner must be competent to deal with electronic evidence issues and the Uniform Rules for NY Trial Courts mandate consideration for Discovery of Electronically Stored Information (“ESI”) at the time of Preliminary Conference.
Nicholas G. Himonidis, J.D., CFE, CCFS
BBA’s Family Law Section – RoseAnn C. Branda, Esq., Chair
To Download the Flyer and Registration Form, click this link: Digital Evidence in Matrimonial Cases Flyer-Form 1.6.15
For more information, contact 718-624-0675, ext. 206 or email email@example.com