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    • October 21, 2018
    • 9:30 AM
    • Manhattanville College, Purchase, NY



    American Cancer Society 2018 Walk
    Making Strides Against Breast Cancer


    Sunday, October 21, 2018
    Manhattanville College
    2900 Purchase Street
    Purchase, NY

    We invite members and their family/friends to sign up raise funds and join us the day of the walk. 

    Advance registration is required.

    Join us: https://mobileacs.org/2LuVq8G
    • October 23, 2018
    • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
    • LSHV, White Plains, NY

    • October 29, 2018
    • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Wells Fargo Bank
    Register



    Sponsored by WWBA Elder/Health Law Committee

    NY-FL Snowbirds
    Estate Planning & Elder Law Considerations
    2 CLE Credits (2 Skills)* 

                   


    Moderators: 

    Elizabeth Cumming, Esq., Glassman & Brown, LLP

    Moira S. Laidlaw, Esq., CELA, Shamberg Marwell Hollis Andreycak & Laidlaw, P.C.

    Speaker: 

    Howard Krooks, Esq., CELA, CAP
    Partner of Elder Law Associates PA
    Of Counsel to Amoruso & Amoruso, LLP

    Date:
    Monday, October 29, 2018

    Time:

    Registration 5:30-6:00 PM (light supper served)
    Program 6:00-8:00 PM  

    Place:

    Wells Fargo Bank
    50 Main Street, 5th Floor, Westchester Conference Room
    White Plains, NY 10606

    Charge:
    $45 WWBA members
    $55 non-members
    Checks payable to “WWBA.”

    RSVP:

    By October 20th on-line at www.wwbany.org
    Questions, please contact Elizabeth Cumming, 914-686-0108  
    Maximum attendance of 35 people is limited to WWBA members and their invited guests.
                 


    Program Sponsor: Mark Boyland Team of Keller Williams Realty


    *Approved by WBASNY in accordance with the requirements of the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board for 2 credit hours in skills as specified, acceptable for transitional credit for established and newly admitted attorneys.  The Westchester Women's Bar Association is a chapter of the Women's Bar Association of the State of New York.  Full and partial scholarships for this program, based on financial need, are available.  Full scholarship for the $10 CLE certificate charge (maximum of 10 attendees) for this program are available for attorneys at non-profit organizations that provide direct legal service for victims of domestic violence.  For information and to apply, please contact WWBA President Kim Berg at 914-505-6045.  All requests are confidential.


    The opinions expressed by any program presenter are the presenter’s own,
    and do not reflect the official position of the WWBA.

    • October 29, 2018
    • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Pace University School of Law - Tudor Room
    Register



    The Pace Women’s Justice Center, The Westchester Women’s Bar Association and The Ninth Judicial District Committee
    to Protect Gender Fairness in the Courts


    Are pleased to host a Continuing Legal Education Program:
    Exploring and Understanding Cultural Competency in the Law

    Speaker: 

    Samantha Howell, Esq.,
    Executive Director, National Association of Social Workers – New York State Division

    Date:
    Monday, October 29, 2018

    Time:

    5:30 to 6:00 PM – Registration
    6:00 to 8:00 PM – Program
    A light dinner will be provided


    Place:  Pace University School of Law – Tudor Room
    78 North Broadway, White Plains, NY 10603

    Charge: $30 for WWBA members
    $40 for non-members
    $50 for members and non-members at the door
    FREE for members of the Pace Women’s Justice Center Moderate Means Panel


    CLE Credits: 2 credit hours in professional practice*


    RSVP: 

    October 20, 2018 online at www.wwbany.org
    Or email executivedirector@wwbany.org


    *CLE: Pending approval by WBASNY in accordance with the requirements of the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board for 2 credit hours in professional practice as specified, acceptable for transitional credit for established and newly admitted attorneys. The Westchester Woman’s Bar Association is a chapter of the Women’s Bar Association of the State of New York. Full and partial scholarships for this program, based on financial needs, are available. Full scholarship for the $10 CLE certificate charge (maximum of 10 attendees) for this program are available for attorneys at non-profit organizations that provide direct legal service for victims of domestic violence. For information and to apply, please contact WWBA President Kim Berg at kberg@gouldberglaw.com. All requests are confidential. The opinions expressed by any program presenter are the presenter’s own and do not reflect the official position of the WWBA or WBASNY.


    Not a member? Join today at www.wwbany.org

    • October 30, 2018
    • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    Register


    The WWBA Education Committee Invites You
    to a Presentation and Discussion Addressing:


    Student Residency

    This program will cover topics including:
    Eligibility to Attend Public School; Elements of Residency; Residency Determinations and Family’s Right to Challenge and Appeal Residency Determinations; Students of Divorced Parents; Homeless Students; Nonresident Students

    Presenter:  Stephanie M. Roebuck, Esq.
    Member, Keane & Beane, P.C.

      Stephanie M. Roebuck, along with members and associates of Keane & Beane, represents numerous public school districts as General Counsel, Labor Counsel and Special Education Counsel in Westchester, Putnam and Rockland Counties, NY. Ms. Roebuck regularly handles school litigation matters in both state and federal courts, appeals to the Commissioner of Education, impartial special education hearings under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and Education Law, employee disciplinary proceedings pursuant to the Education Law and Civil Service Law and discrimination and/or retaliation claims before the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and State Division of Human Rights.

    Co-chairs: 

    Julie P. Passman
    Adrienne Arkontaky
    Susan Mills Richmond

    Date:
    Tuesday, October 30, 2018

    Time:

    6:00 - 8:00 PM  

    Place:

    Keane & Beane, P.C.
    445 Hamilton Avenue, Suite 1500, White Plains, NY 10601
    Parking on Level 3 of the Parking Lot

    Charge:
    $25 WWBA members
    $35 Non-Members
    Light Dinner Served

    RSVP:

    Online at www.wwbany.org
    or via email to executivedirector@wwbany.org    
     


    Questions: Contact Julie Passman at passmanspecialed@gmail.com
    or (914) 262-4098



    Attendance is limited to WWBA Members and invited guests:
    Join the WWBA online at www.wwbany.org.

    The opinions expressed by the program presenters are the presenters’ own
    and do not reflect the official position of the WWBA or WBASNY.

    • November 02, 2018
    • 1:00 PM
    • 445 Café, 445 Hamilton Avenue, White Plains




    First Fridays at 1pm at 445 Café, 445 Hamilton Avenue, White Plains.
    (Parking is available in the garage next door; follow signs for “office parking.”)


    Change is inevitable, and at one point or another we all find ourselves in a period of transition professionally.  Whether the transition is an exciting step up the corporate ladder, a lateral move in a familiar field, or an entirely new beginning, we can all use extra support at these times.  The Women in Transition Project was formed to address this need.

    “One of the most striking things about WWBA is how many women are in transition.  In the last year alone, I have been approached about networking opportunities by recent grads, women new to the area, and women new to an area of practice,” said Susan Edwards Colson, WWBA’s Immediate Past President.  “Several women looking for jobs noted how difficult it was for women reentering practice after a period of absence, particularly for women in their 50’s or 60’s.”  

    New WWBA member, Allyson Lanahan Magliery, is one of the women who spoke with Susan about reentry networking opportunities.  A University of Miami Law School grad whose family responsibilities brought her to Westchester, Allyson is squarely in a period of transition in her career.  “After taking time off to start a family I am reevaluating my professional options and examining how to navigate opportunities in the legal field while balancing my family responsibilities,” noted Allyson.  “After joining the WWBA I realized how valuable it was to have other professionals with whom I could examine various opportunities and challenges.  I hope the Women in Transition Project will offer this kind of support to other members.  The project is intended to be a forum for brainstorming solutions and sharing resources.” 

    As part of the WWBA’s Professional Development Committee, the Women in Transition Project is intended to provide WWBA members with the informal support they need to effectively deal with professional transition phases.  “We aren’t offering a formal curriculum,” commented Allyson.  “We will offer a regular, dedicated time and space for networking, conversation and peer-to-peer discussions.  The goal is to establish and foster partnership and collaboration among those who are new to the area, new to an area of practice, or actively job seeking.”   

    Many WWBA members benefited from Pace University Law School’s New Directions program, which for ten years addressed the needs of lawyers reentering practice after an absence.  When the program ended earlier in 2017, it created a void and inspired the inception of the Women in Transition Project to support WWBA members starting a practice, job searching, or otherwise developing their careers.

    The Women in Transition Project will meet the first Friday of every month for an informal lunch.  The Project will help members make the most of their next transition by offering a space for members to share their goals, explore possibilities, and address the anxieties that often accompany change.  By partnering with other WWBA committees the Project will help forge supportive connections among members.  The networking and mentoring opportunities offered by the Women in Transition Project are intended to help women in transition harness the power of change to create their best professional life. 
    • November 07, 2018
    • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    • BNY Mellon, 701 Westchester Ave, White Plains, NY

    WWBA Board Meeting
    5:30 - 7:30 pm - Light Supper 

    Location: 
    BNY MELLON WEALTH MANAGEMENT
    701 Westchester Avenue
    White Plains, NY 10604

    For questions or if you are not able to attend contact: 
    Kim Berg at kberg@gouldberglaw.com


    • November 07, 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 7:15 PM
    • BNY Mellon, 701 Westchester Avenue, White Plains
    Register


    • November 13, 2018
    • 7:00 PM
    • Daryl Roth Theatre, 101 East 15th Street, NYC
    Registration is closed


    WWBA group trip to see Broadway show:

    Gloria: A Life

    Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at 7:00 PM
     
    Daryl Roth Theatre
    101 East 15th Street, NYC


    Group rate of $69 per person for Orchestra 2 section
    with a minumum of 10 people. 

    Registration will close September 28, 2018.



    • November 14, 2018
    • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
    • Cuddy & Feder LLP, 445 Hamilton Avenue, 14th Fl., White Plains, NY
    Register


    The Corporate & Commercial and Environmental & Land Use Committees Present:

    Navigating Strategies for the Real Estate and Litigation Client Under the Americans with Disabilities Act 
    and NYS/Local Human Rights Laws

    1.0 CLE Credits in Professional Practice and .5 CLE Credits in Ethics*

    The panel will discuss best practices for navigating the issues, selecting the proper law, and representing clients with disabilities or owners/landlords/property managers, in housing and litigation scenarios under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and NYS/Local Human Rights Laws, as well as emerging trends in these fields. 

    Speakers:  Lisa M. Bluestein, Esq., Lucia Chiocchio, Esq., and Donna Drumm, Esq.

    Moderator: 

    Virginia Trunkes, Esq.

    Date:
    November 14, 2018

    Time:

    Noon – 12:30 p.m. – Registration
    12:30 - 2:00 p.m. – Program
    Brown Bag Lunch


    Location:

    Cuddy & Feder LLP, 445 Hamilton Avenue, 14th Fl., White Plains, NY

    Parking: Park on 4th floor of the Walmart parking lot and go to Security desk to gain access to the 14th floor.

    Cost: $20 WWBA Members/ $30 Non-Members
    ($10 additional on day of event for non-registered)

    Registration:
    Registration and payment by November 9, 2018. You may pay online at www.wwbany.org or mail checks to: WWBA, PO Box 926, Hartsdale, New York 10530


    *This program is pending approval by WBASNY in accordance with the requirements of the NYS Continuing Legal Education Board for a maximum of 1.0 credit hours in Professional Practice and .5 credit hours in Ethics acceptable for transitional credit for established and newly admitted attorneys.  WWBA is a chapter of the Women’s Bar Association of the State of New York, which is an accredited provider of CLE credits. Full and partial scholarships for this program based on financial need are available. Full scholarship for the $10 CLE certificate charge (maximum of 10 attendees) for this program are available for attorneys at non-profit organizations that provide direct legal service for victims of domestic violence.   For information on the guidelines and procedures for applying, please contact Kim Berg, Esq. at kberg@gouldberglaw.com  or (914) 505-6045. All requests are confidential.


    ** The opinions expressed by any program presenter are the presenter’s own, and do not reflect the official position of the WWBA.

    • November 14, 2018
    • 6:00 PM
    • Jane Gould’s Home
    Register





    The sixth meeting of the WWBA Book Club
    has been scheduled: 

     Book:
    “Before We Were Yours” by Lisa Wingate

    Where:
    Jane Gould’s Home
    7 Littlejohn Place
    White Plains, NY
    Phone: 914-428-7144 


    When: 
    Wednesday, November 14th, 6:00 PM 

    • November 27, 2018
    • 12:00 PM - 2:30 PM
    • Esposito’s Restaurant, White Plains, New York
    Register


    The Real Estate Committee of the Westchester Women’s Bar Association
    is pleased to host a CLE Program:

    AN INTRODUCTION TO ZONING BOARD PRACTICE
    2 CLE Credits in Professional Practice*

    This program will review basic substantive and procedural aspects of practice before a Zoning Board of Appeals (“ZBA”) and will offer practical tips and advice from municipal building and zoning officials and a design professional about how to approach ZBA applications. Real estate practitioners and other attorneys seeking to obtain a better understanding of the practical aspects of representing a client before a ZBA should attend.

    Date:

    Tuesday, November 27, 2018

    Time:

    Registration: 12:00 PM - 12:30 PM
    Program: 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM
    Lunch will be provided

    Location:  Esposito’s Restaurant
    359 Mamaroneck Avenue 
    White Plains, New York 10605

    Speakers:

    Paul Vacca, Deputy Commissioner, City of New Rochelle Bureau of Buildings
    Eileen O’Rourke, Esq., Chair, City of New Rochelle Zoning Board of Appeals
    Kimberly Tutera Martelli, Principal, KTM Architects
    Noelle Wolfson, Esq., Hocherman Tortorella & Wekstein, LLP

    Moderator:  

    Allyson J. Lanahan, Esq., Lanahan Law, LLC
    RSVP: By November 20, 2018 online at www.wwbany.org. Please contact Noelle Wolfson at n.wolfson@htwlegal.com or 914-421-1800 with any questions. Attendance is limited to WWBA members and their invited guests.

    Fee: 

    Registration In Advance:
    For CLE Credit: $45.00 WWBA Members; $55.00 non-WWBA Members
    Without CLE Credit: $35.00 WWBA Members; $45.00 non-WWBA Members

    Without Preregistration
    For CLE Credit: $65.00 WWBA Members; $75.00 non-WWBA Members
    Without CLE Credit: $55.00 WWBA Members; $65.00 non-WWBA Members

     

    *Pending approval by WBASNY in accordance with the requirements of the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board for 2 credit hours in Professional Practice, acceptable for transitional credit for established and newly admitted attorneys. The Westchester Women's Bar Association is a chapter of the Women's Bar Association of the State of New York. Full and partial scholarships for this program, based on financial need, are available. Full scholarship for the $10 CLE certificate charge (maximum of 10 attendees) for this program are available for attorneys at non-profit organizations that provide direct legal service for victims of domestic violence. For information and to apply, please contact WWBA President Kim Berg at kberg@gouldberglaw.com. All requests are confidential.

    The opinions expressed by any program presenter are the presenter’s own, and do not reflect the official position of the WWBA or WBASNY.


    • December 05, 2018
    • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    • BNY Mellon, 701 Westchester Ave, White Plains, NY

    WWBA Board Meeting
    5:30 - 7:30 pm - Light Supper 

    Location: 
    BNY MELLON WEALTH MANAGEMENT
    701 Westchester Avenue
    White Plains, NY 10604

    For questions or if you are not able to attend contact: 
    Kim Berg at kberg@gouldberglaw.com


    • December 07, 2018
    • 1:00 PM
    • 445 Café, 445 Hamilton Avenue, White Plains




    First Fridays at 1pm at 445 Café, 445 Hamilton Avenue, White Plains.
    (Parking is available in the garage next door; follow signs for “office parking.”)


    Change is inevitable, and at one point or another we all find ourselves in a period of transition professionally.  Whether the transition is an exciting step up the corporate ladder, a lateral move in a familiar field, or an entirely new beginning, we can all use extra support at these times.  The Women in Transition Project was formed to address this need.

    “One of the most striking things about WWBA is how many women are in transition.  In the last year alone, I have been approached about networking opportunities by recent grads, women new to the area, and women new to an area of practice,” said Susan Edwards Colson, WWBA’s Immediate Past President.  “Several women looking for jobs noted how difficult it was for women reentering practice after a period of absence, particularly for women in their 50’s or 60’s.”  

    New WWBA member, Allyson Lanahan Magliery, is one of the women who spoke with Susan about reentry networking opportunities.  A University of Miami Law School grad whose family responsibilities brought her to Westchester, Allyson is squarely in a period of transition in her career.  “After taking time off to start a family I am reevaluating my professional options and examining how to navigate opportunities in the legal field while balancing my family responsibilities,” noted Allyson.  “After joining the WWBA I realized how valuable it was to have other professionals with whom I could examine various opportunities and challenges.  I hope the Women in Transition Project will offer this kind of support to other members.  The project is intended to be a forum for brainstorming solutions and sharing resources.” 

    As part of the WWBA’s Professional Development Committee, the Women in Transition Project is intended to provide WWBA members with the informal support they need to effectively deal with professional transition phases.  “We aren’t offering a formal curriculum,” commented Allyson.  “We will offer a regular, dedicated time and space for networking, conversation and peer-to-peer discussions.  The goal is to establish and foster partnership and collaboration among those who are new to the area, new to an area of practice, or actively job seeking.”   

    Many WWBA members benefited from Pace University Law School’s New Directions program, which for ten years addressed the needs of lawyers reentering practice after an absence.  When the program ended earlier in 2017, it created a void and inspired the inception of the Women in Transition Project to support WWBA members starting a practice, job searching, or otherwise developing their careers.

    The Women in Transition Project will meet the first Friday of every month for an informal lunch.  The Project will help members make the most of their next transition by offering a space for members to share their goals, explore possibilities, and address the anxieties that often accompany change.  By partnering with other WWBA committees the Project will help forge supportive connections among members.  The networking and mentoring opportunities offered by the Women in Transition Project are intended to help women in transition harness the power of change to create their best professional life. 
    • December 12, 2018
    • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    • The Woman's Club of White Plains, White Plains, NY

    • January 04, 2019
    • 1:00 PM
    • 445 Café, 445 Hamilton Avenue, White Plains




    First Fridays at 1pm at 445 Café, 445 Hamilton Avenue, White Plains.
    (Parking is available in the garage next door; follow signs for “office parking.”)


    Change is inevitable, and at one point or another we all find ourselves in a period of transition professionally.  Whether the transition is an exciting step up the corporate ladder, a lateral move in a familiar field, or an entirely new beginning, we can all use extra support at these times.  The Women in Transition Project was formed to address this need.

    “One of the most striking things about WWBA is how many women are in transition.  In the last year alone, I have been approached about networking opportunities by recent grads, women new to the area, and women new to an area of practice,” said Susan Edwards Colson, WWBA’s Immediate Past President.  “Several women looking for jobs noted how difficult it was for women reentering practice after a period of absence, particularly for women in their 50’s or 60’s.”  

    New WWBA member, Allyson Lanahan Magliery, is one of the women who spoke with Susan about reentry networking opportunities.  A University of Miami Law School grad whose family responsibilities brought her to Westchester, Allyson is squarely in a period of transition in her career.  “After taking time off to start a family I am reevaluating my professional options and examining how to navigate opportunities in the legal field while balancing my family responsibilities,” noted Allyson.  “After joining the WWBA I realized how valuable it was to have other professionals with whom I could examine various opportunities and challenges.  I hope the Women in Transition Project will offer this kind of support to other members.  The project is intended to be a forum for brainstorming solutions and sharing resources.” 

    As part of the WWBA’s Professional Development Committee, the Women in Transition Project is intended to provide WWBA members with the informal support they need to effectively deal with professional transition phases.  “We aren’t offering a formal curriculum,” commented Allyson.  “We will offer a regular, dedicated time and space for networking, conversation and peer-to-peer discussions.  The goal is to establish and foster partnership and collaboration among those who are new to the area, new to an area of practice, or actively job seeking.”   

    Many WWBA members benefited from Pace University Law School’s New Directions program, which for ten years addressed the needs of lawyers reentering practice after an absence.  When the program ended earlier in 2017, it created a void and inspired the inception of the Women in Transition Project to support WWBA members starting a practice, job searching, or otherwise developing their careers.

    The Women in Transition Project will meet the first Friday of every month for an informal lunch.  The Project will help members make the most of their next transition by offering a space for members to share their goals, explore possibilities, and address the anxieties that often accompany change.  By partnering with other WWBA committees the Project will help forge supportive connections among members.  The networking and mentoring opportunities offered by the Women in Transition Project are intended to help women in transition harness the power of change to create their best professional life. 
    • January 09, 2019
    • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    • BNY Mellon, 701 Westchester Ave, White Plains, NY

    WWBA General Membership and Board Meeting
    Board Mtg - 5:30 PM
    GMM - 6:00 PM 

    Location: 
    BNY MELLON WEALTH MANAGEMENT
    701 Westchester Avenue
    White Plains, NY 10604

    For questions or if you are not able to attend contact: 
    Kim Berg at kberg@gouldberglaw.com


    • February 01, 2019
    • 1:00 PM
    • 445 Café, 445 Hamilton Avenue, White Plains




    First Fridays at 1pm at 445 Café, 445 Hamilton Avenue, White Plains.
    (Parking is available in the garage next door; follow signs for “office parking.”)


    Change is inevitable, and at one point or another we all find ourselves in a period of transition professionally.  Whether the transition is an exciting step up the corporate ladder, a lateral move in a familiar field, or an entirely new beginning, we can all use extra support at these times.  The Women in Transition Project was formed to address this need.

    “One of the most striking things about WWBA is how many women are in transition.  In the last year alone, I have been approached about networking opportunities by recent grads, women new to the area, and women new to an area of practice,” said Susan Edwards Colson, WWBA’s Immediate Past President.  “Several women looking for jobs noted how difficult it was for women reentering practice after a period of absence, particularly for women in their 50’s or 60’s.”  

    New WWBA member, Allyson Lanahan Magliery, is one of the women who spoke with Susan about reentry networking opportunities.  A University of Miami Law School grad whose family responsibilities brought her to Westchester, Allyson is squarely in a period of transition in her career.  “After taking time off to start a family I am reevaluating my professional options and examining how to navigate opportunities in the legal field while balancing my family responsibilities,” noted Allyson.  “After joining the WWBA I realized how valuable it was to have other professionals with whom I could examine various opportunities and challenges.  I hope the Women in Transition Project will offer this kind of support to other members.  The project is intended to be a forum for brainstorming solutions and sharing resources.” 

    As part of the WWBA’s Professional Development Committee, the Women in Transition Project is intended to provide WWBA members with the informal support they need to effectively deal with professional transition phases.  “We aren’t offering a formal curriculum,” commented Allyson.  “We will offer a regular, dedicated time and space for networking, conversation and peer-to-peer discussions.  The goal is to establish and foster partnership and collaboration among those who are new to the area, new to an area of practice, or actively job seeking.”   

    Many WWBA members benefited from Pace University Law School’s New Directions program, which for ten years addressed the needs of lawyers reentering practice after an absence.  When the program ended earlier in 2017, it created a void and inspired the inception of the Women in Transition Project to support WWBA members starting a practice, job searching, or otherwise developing their careers.

    The Women in Transition Project will meet the first Friday of every month for an informal lunch.  The Project will help members make the most of their next transition by offering a space for members to share their goals, explore possibilities, and address the anxieties that often accompany change.  By partnering with other WWBA committees the Project will help forge supportive connections among members.  The networking and mentoring opportunities offered by the Women in Transition Project are intended to help women in transition harness the power of change to create their best professional life. 
    • February 06, 2019
    • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    • BNY Mellon, 701 Westchester Ave, White Plains, NY

    WWBA Board Meeting
    5:30 - 7:30 pm - Light Supper 

    Location: 
    BNY MELLON WEALTH MANAGEMENT
    701 Westchester Avenue
    White Plains, NY 10604

    For questions or if you are not able to attend contact: 
    Kim Berg at kberg@gouldberglaw.com


    • March 01, 2019
    • 1:00 PM
    • 445 Café, 445 Hamilton Avenue, White Plains




    First Fridays at 1pm at 445 Café, 445 Hamilton Avenue, White Plains.
    (Parking is available in the garage next door; follow signs for “office parking.”)


    Change is inevitable, and at one point or another we all find ourselves in a period of transition professionally.  Whether the transition is an exciting step up the corporate ladder, a lateral move in a familiar field, or an entirely new beginning, we can all use extra support at these times.  The Women in Transition Project was formed to address this need.

    “One of the most striking things about WWBA is how many women are in transition.  In the last year alone, I have been approached about networking opportunities by recent grads, women new to the area, and women new to an area of practice,” said Susan Edwards Colson, WWBA’s Immediate Past President.  “Several women looking for jobs noted how difficult it was for women reentering practice after a period of absence, particularly for women in their 50’s or 60’s.”  

    New WWBA member, Allyson Lanahan Magliery, is one of the women who spoke with Susan about reentry networking opportunities.  A University of Miami Law School grad whose family responsibilities brought her to Westchester, Allyson is squarely in a period of transition in her career.  “After taking time off to start a family I am reevaluating my professional options and examining how to navigate opportunities in the legal field while balancing my family responsibilities,” noted Allyson.  “After joining the WWBA I realized how valuable it was to have other professionals with whom I could examine various opportunities and challenges.  I hope the Women in Transition Project will offer this kind of support to other members.  The project is intended to be a forum for brainstorming solutions and sharing resources.” 

    As part of the WWBA’s Professional Development Committee, the Women in Transition Project is intended to provide WWBA members with the informal support they need to effectively deal with professional transition phases.  “We aren’t offering a formal curriculum,” commented Allyson.  “We will offer a regular, dedicated time and space for networking, conversation and peer-to-peer discussions.  The goal is to establish and foster partnership and collaboration among those who are new to the area, new to an area of practice, or actively job seeking.”   

    Many WWBA members benefited from Pace University Law School’s New Directions program, which for ten years addressed the needs of lawyers reentering practice after an absence.  When the program ended earlier in 2017, it created a void and inspired the inception of the Women in Transition Project to support WWBA members starting a practice, job searching, or otherwise developing their careers.

    The Women in Transition Project will meet the first Friday of every month for an informal lunch.  The Project will help members make the most of their next transition by offering a space for members to share their goals, explore possibilities, and address the anxieties that often accompany change.  By partnering with other WWBA committees the Project will help forge supportive connections among members.  The networking and mentoring opportunities offered by the Women in Transition Project are intended to help women in transition harness the power of change to create their best professional life. 
    • March 06, 2019
    • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    • BNY Mellon, 701 Westchester Ave, White Plains, NY

    WWBA Board Meeting
    5:30 - 7:30 pm - Light Supper 

    Location: 
    BNY MELLON WEALTH MANAGEMENT
    701 Westchester Avenue
    White Plains, NY 10604

    For questions or if you are not able to attend contact: 
    Kim Berg at kberg@gouldberglaw.com


    • April 03, 2019
    • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    • BNY Mellon, 701 Westchester Ave, White Plains, NY

    WWBA Board Meeting
    5:30 - 7:30 pm - Light Supper 

    Location: 
    BNY MELLON WEALTH MANAGEMENT
    701 Westchester Avenue
    White Plains, NY 10604

    For questions or if you are not able to attend contact: 
    Kim Berg at kberg@gouldberglaw.com


    • April 05, 2019
    • 1:00 PM
    • 445 Café, 445 Hamilton Avenue, White Plains




    First Fridays at 1pm at 445 Café, 445 Hamilton Avenue, White Plains.
    (Parking is available in the garage next door; follow signs for “office parking.”)


    Change is inevitable, and at one point or another we all find ourselves in a period of transition professionally.  Whether the transition is an exciting step up the corporate ladder, a lateral move in a familiar field, or an entirely new beginning, we can all use extra support at these times.  The Women in Transition Project was formed to address this need.

    “One of the most striking things about WWBA is how many women are in transition.  In the last year alone, I have been approached about networking opportunities by recent grads, women new to the area, and women new to an area of practice,” said Susan Edwards Colson, WWBA’s Immediate Past President.  “Several women looking for jobs noted how difficult it was for women reentering practice after a period of absence, particularly for women in their 50’s or 60’s.”  

    New WWBA member, Allyson Lanahan Magliery, is one of the women who spoke with Susan about reentry networking opportunities.  A University of Miami Law School grad whose family responsibilities brought her to Westchester, Allyson is squarely in a period of transition in her career.  “After taking time off to start a family I am reevaluating my professional options and examining how to navigate opportunities in the legal field while balancing my family responsibilities,” noted Allyson.  “After joining the WWBA I realized how valuable it was to have other professionals with whom I could examine various opportunities and challenges.  I hope the Women in Transition Project will offer this kind of support to other members.  The project is intended to be a forum for brainstorming solutions and sharing resources.” 

    As part of the WWBA’s Professional Development Committee, the Women in Transition Project is intended to provide WWBA members with the informal support they need to effectively deal with professional transition phases.  “We aren’t offering a formal curriculum,” commented Allyson.  “We will offer a regular, dedicated time and space for networking, conversation and peer-to-peer discussions.  The goal is to establish and foster partnership and collaboration among those who are new to the area, new to an area of practice, or actively job seeking.”   

    Many WWBA members benefited from Pace University Law School’s New Directions program, which for ten years addressed the needs of lawyers reentering practice after an absence.  When the program ended earlier in 2017, it created a void and inspired the inception of the Women in Transition Project to support WWBA members starting a practice, job searching, or otherwise developing their careers.

    The Women in Transition Project will meet the first Friday of every month for an informal lunch.  The Project will help members make the most of their next transition by offering a space for members to share their goals, explore possibilities, and address the anxieties that often accompany change.  By partnering with other WWBA committees the Project will help forge supportive connections among members.  The networking and mentoring opportunities offered by the Women in Transition Project are intended to help women in transition harness the power of change to create their best professional life. 
    • May 01, 2019
    • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    • BNY Mellon, 701 Westchester Ave, White Plains, NY

    WWBA Board Meeting
    5:30 - 7:30 pm - Light Supper 

    Location: 
    BNY MELLON WEALTH MANAGEMENT
    701 Westchester Avenue
    White Plains, NY 10604

    For questions or if you are not able to attend contact: 
    Kim Berg at kberg@gouldberglaw.com


    • May 03, 2019
    • 1:00 PM
    • 445 Café, 445 Hamilton Avenue, White Plains




    First Fridays at 1pm at 445 Café, 445 Hamilton Avenue, White Plains.
    (Parking is available in the garage next door; follow signs for “office parking.”)


    Change is inevitable, and at one point or another we all find ourselves in a period of transition professionally.  Whether the transition is an exciting step up the corporate ladder, a lateral move in a familiar field, or an entirely new beginning, we can all use extra support at these times.  The Women in Transition Project was formed to address this need.

    “One of the most striking things about WWBA is how many women are in transition.  In the last year alone, I have been approached about networking opportunities by recent grads, women new to the area, and women new to an area of practice,” said Susan Edwards Colson, WWBA’s Immediate Past President.  “Several women looking for jobs noted how difficult it was for women reentering practice after a period of absence, particularly for women in their 50’s or 60’s.”  

    New WWBA member, Allyson Lanahan Magliery, is one of the women who spoke with Susan about reentry networking opportunities.  A University of Miami Law School grad whose family responsibilities brought her to Westchester, Allyson is squarely in a period of transition in her career.  “After taking time off to start a family I am reevaluating my professional options and examining how to navigate opportunities in the legal field while balancing my family responsibilities,” noted Allyson.  “After joining the WWBA I realized how valuable it was to have other professionals with whom I could examine various opportunities and challenges.  I hope the Women in Transition Project will offer this kind of support to other members.  The project is intended to be a forum for brainstorming solutions and sharing resources.” 

    As part of the WWBA’s Professional Development Committee, the Women in Transition Project is intended to provide WWBA members with the informal support they need to effectively deal with professional transition phases.  “We aren’t offering a formal curriculum,” commented Allyson.  “We will offer a regular, dedicated time and space for networking, conversation and peer-to-peer discussions.  The goal is to establish and foster partnership and collaboration among those who are new to the area, new to an area of practice, or actively job seeking.”   

    Many WWBA members benefited from Pace University Law School’s New Directions program, which for ten years addressed the needs of lawyers reentering practice after an absence.  When the program ended earlier in 2017, it created a void and inspired the inception of the Women in Transition Project to support WWBA members starting a practice, job searching, or otherwise developing their careers.

    The Women in Transition Project will meet the first Friday of every month for an informal lunch.  The Project will help members make the most of their next transition by offering a space for members to share their goals, explore possibilities, and address the anxieties that often accompany change.  By partnering with other WWBA committees the Project will help forge supportive connections among members.  The networking and mentoring opportunities offered by the Women in Transition Project are intended to help women in transition harness the power of change to create their best professional life. 
    • June 07, 2019
    • 1:00 PM
    • 445 Café, 445 Hamilton Avenue, White Plains




    First Fridays at 1pm at 445 Café, 445 Hamilton Avenue, White Plains.
    (Parking is available in the garage next door; follow signs for “office parking.”)


    Change is inevitable, and at one point or another we all find ourselves in a period of transition professionally.  Whether the transition is an exciting step up the corporate ladder, a lateral move in a familiar field, or an entirely new beginning, we can all use extra support at these times.  The Women in Transition Project was formed to address this need.

    “One of the most striking things about WWBA is how many women are in transition.  In the last year alone, I have been approached about networking opportunities by recent grads, women new to the area, and women new to an area of practice,” said Susan Edwards Colson, WWBA’s Immediate Past President.  “Several women looking for jobs noted how difficult it was for women reentering practice after a period of absence, particularly for women in their 50’s or 60’s.”  

    New WWBA member, Allyson Lanahan Magliery, is one of the women who spoke with Susan about reentry networking opportunities.  A University of Miami Law School grad whose family responsibilities brought her to Westchester, Allyson is squarely in a period of transition in her career.  “After taking time off to start a family I am reevaluating my professional options and examining how to navigate opportunities in the legal field while balancing my family responsibilities,” noted Allyson.  “After joining the WWBA I realized how valuable it was to have other professionals with whom I could examine various opportunities and challenges.  I hope the Women in Transition Project will offer this kind of support to other members.  The project is intended to be a forum for brainstorming solutions and sharing resources.” 

    As part of the WWBA’s Professional Development Committee, the Women in Transition Project is intended to provide WWBA members with the informal support they need to effectively deal with professional transition phases.  “We aren’t offering a formal curriculum,” commented Allyson.  “We will offer a regular, dedicated time and space for networking, conversation and peer-to-peer discussions.  The goal is to establish and foster partnership and collaboration among those who are new to the area, new to an area of practice, or actively job seeking.”   

    Many WWBA members benefited from Pace University Law School’s New Directions program, which for ten years addressed the needs of lawyers reentering practice after an absence.  When the program ended earlier in 2017, it created a void and inspired the inception of the Women in Transition Project to support WWBA members starting a practice, job searching, or otherwise developing their careers.

    The Women in Transition Project will meet the first Friday of every month for an informal lunch.  The Project will help members make the most of their next transition by offering a space for members to share their goals, explore possibilities, and address the anxieties that often accompany change.  By partnering with other WWBA committees the Project will help forge supportive connections among members.  The networking and mentoring opportunities offered by the Women in Transition Project are intended to help women in transition harness the power of change to create their best professional life. 
    • June 12, 2019
    • 5:30 PM - 10:00 PM
    • Mamaroneck Beach and Yacht Club



    ~SAVE THE DATE~

    WWBA ANNUAL DINNER 
    AND INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS

    Wednesday, June 12, 2019
    Mamaroneck Beach & Yacht Club

    Cocktails 5:30 PM
    Dinner 7:00 PM

Past events

October 18, 2018 Networking Happy Hour with WWBA & Pace Law School WALS
October 18, 2018 Judges & Lawyers Breast Cancer Alert (JALBCA) Lunch and Learn
October 16, 2018 Advocating for Families in Crisis: Navigating the Intersection of Family and Immigration Law
October 11, 2018 One Hope Wine Tasting Event: A Night of Networking
October 05, 2018 First Fridays - Women in Professional Transition
October 03, 2018 The Wellness Committee Presents: Essential Oils 101
October 03, 2018 WWBA - Board of Directors Meeting
October 02, 2018 Taxing Problems: How the New Tax Laws Will Impact You and Your Practice
September 29, 2018 Apple Picking in Yorktown Heights
September 27, 2018 A Night of Networking: Meet the Officers of the WWBA & Welcome New Members
September 07, 2018 First Fridays - Women in Professional Transition
September 06, 2018 WWBA Book Club
September 05, 2018 General Membership Meeting: Implicit Bias Is Real: A Candid Discussion on Subconscious Stereotyping
August 09, 2018 Cocktails & Conversation at Red Hat Restaurant
July 25, 2018 WWBA - Board of Directors Meeting
June 26, 2018 9th Annual Goin' Cajun BBQ & Blues Networking Event
June 12, 2018 WWBA Book Club
June 06, 2018 2018 WWBA Annual Dinner
June 01, 2018 First Fridays - Women in Professional Transition
May 16, 2018 Discovery of Assets in Estates and Adult Guardianships
May 04, 2018 First Fridays - Women in Professional Transition
May 02, 2018 WWBA - Board of Directors Meeting
April 24, 2018 Jury Selection and Race: A Review of Recent Batson Decisions
April 17, 2018 Resolving Family Disputes Through The Collaborative Process: A Primer
April 10, 2018 CASA in the Courts: The Mental Health Association of Westchester County, Inc. (MHA) Family Courts Appointed Special Advocates
April 09, 2018 A Continuing Lecture Series on Diversity in the Legal Profession” Perspectives from the Bench and the Bar on Diversity and Inclusion
April 06, 2018 First Fridays - Women in Professional Transition
April 04, 2018 WWBA - Board of Directors Meeting
April 04, 2018 Open Discussion: Issues Related to Representation in Family and Divorce Mediation
April 03, 2018 WWBA Book Club
March 28, 2018 Tax Reform - Making Sense of It All
March 22, 2018 GMM: Perspectives on Sexual Harassment in the Workplace in the Wake of #MeToo
March 22, 2018 Advertise in the 2018 WWBA Annual Dinner Souvenir Journal
March 07, 2018 Cancelled: WWBA - Board of Directors Meeting
March 02, 2018 First Fridays - Women in Professional Transition
February 13, 2018 Inside the Appellate Court
February 10, 2018 Learn to Spin: A Fundraiser for the American Heart Association
February 07, 2018 WWBA - Board of Directors Meeting
February 02, 2018 First Fridays - Women in Professional Transition
January 31, 2018 LGBTQ 101 and the Intersection of DV in the LGBTQ Communities
January 25, 2018 WWBA Book Club
January 18, 2018 Paint Night at Muse Paint Bar
January 10, 2018 Ethics Update 2018
January 05, 2018 First Fridays - Women in Professional Transition
December 13, 2017 WWBA Holiday Party 2017
December 06, 2017 WWBA - Board of Directors Meeting
December 01, 2017 First Fridays - WWBA’s Women in Transition Project
November 30, 2017 WWBA Book Club
November 09, 2017 The Inside Scoop on Forensic Evaluations in Custody Matters: What Should Your Client Expect?
November 04, 2017 Wine Tasting 101
November 01, 2017 General Membership Meeting: Achieving Powerful Presentation and Communication Skills
October 30, 2017 Judge John Leventhal: My Partner, My Enemy: An Unflinching View of Domestic Violence and New Ways to Protect Victims
October 26, 2017 Women on the Move: Talking While Female
October 25, 2017 2017 WWBA Holiday Party Sponsorship
October 15, 2017 Making Strides Against Breast Cancer - Team ORBACH
October 12, 2017 ABC’s of ADA: Protecting Your Client and Expanding Your Practice under The Americans with Disabilities Act
October 11, 2017 What Every New York Attorney Needs to Know About Digital Evidence (Technical, Legal and Ethical Issues)
October 04, 2017 WWBA - Board of Directors Meeting
September 28, 2017 Meet the Officers of the WWBA: A Night of Networking
September 12, 2017 Judges & Lawyers Breast Cancer Alert (JALBCA) Lunch and Learn
September 06, 2017 General Membership Meeting: New York State Paid Family Leave Law CLE
August 03, 2017 Cocktails & Conversation at Red Hat Restaurant
July 26, 2017 WWBA - Board of Directors Meeting
June 14, 2017 8th Annual Goin' Cajun BBQ & Blues Networking Event
June 07, 2017 2017 WWBA Annual Dinner
May 23, 2017 WWBA Law Day/Take Your Children to Work Day
May 04, 2017 Guardians Ad Litem and Court Evaluators: A Comparison of Ethical and Procedural Obligations Under the Part 36 Rules
May 03, 2017 WWBA - Board of Directors Meeting
April 26, 2017 Immigration Law for the General Practitioner
April 24, 2017 Navigating the New Maintenance Guidelines and Their Effect on Child Support From a Judicial Perspective
April 07, 2017 Advertise in the 2017 WWBA Annual Dinner Souvenir Journal
April 06, 2017 LSHV 2017 Equal Access to Justice Dinner
April 05, 2017 WWBA - Board of Directors Meeting
April 04, 2017 A Conversation with U.S. District Judges in White Plains
March 30, 2017 Bioethics and Family Conversations: Primer on Normative and Legal Ethics as Applied to Medical Decision-making
March 28, 2017 “A Continuing Lecture Series on Diversity in the Legal Profession” A Discussion on Diversity and Inclusion
March 25, 2017 A Constitutional Convention In New York State?
March 22, 2017 Whatever Happened to PRICHEP?: Counsel Fees in Matrimonial Actions and in Family Court
March 17, 2017 Ethics for the Family Law Practitioner
March 15, 2017 Elder Law 101: Part II- A Continued Discussion: Medicaid Planning, Wills and Powers of Attorney, Advance Planning for Health Care Decisions, Senior Housing Options
March 08, 2017 ADAAA Accommodations for People with Disabilities: Transitioning from High School to College and the Workforce
March 01, 2017 WWBA - Board of Directors Meeting
February 22, 2017 Integrated Courtroom Technology: Evidence Presentation and Video Conferencing in the Courts
February 16, 2017 Early Intervention: Support Services for Parents in Conflict
February 08, 2017 Strategies for Medicaid Planning and Asset Protection
February 01, 2017 “A Continuing Lecture Series on Diversity in the Legal Profession” Perspectives from the Bench and the Bar on Diversity and Inclusion
February 01, 2017 WWBA - Board of Directors Meeting
January 11, 2017 Ethics Update 2017
January 11, 2017 Board Meeting & General Membership Meeting
December 14, 2016 WWBA Holiday Party 2016
December 08, 2016 Advanced Workshop on Collaborative Practice
December 07, 2016 WWBA - Board of Directors Meeting
December 07, 2016 Elder Law 101: An Informal Discussion: Medicaid planning, Wills and Powers of Attorney, Advance Planning for Health Care Decisions, Senior Housing Options
December 06, 2016 United Way of Westchester and Putnam's Women’s Leadership Council Breakfast Celebration
December 01, 2016 Judge Learned Hand Award Dinner
November 17, 2016 Brooklyn Defender Services Gala 2016
November 10, 2016 Speed Networking: Polish Up Your Elevator Pitch
November 03, 2016 Deconstructing the Maintenance and Child Support Guidelines: How to Determine Income and Calculate Support
November 02, 2016 WWBA - Board of Directors Meeting
October 26, 2016 LSHV Pro Bono Recognition Event
October 25, 2016 Business Valuation Basics and IRS Proposed Changes to IRC 2704
October 24, 2016 2nd Annual Nonprofit Board Speed Dating Event
October 20, 2016 16th Annual Interactive Police Training Conference
October 19, 2016 Making a Difference Annual Benefit Dinner
October 16, 2016 Making Strides Against Breast Cancer - Team ORBACH
October 06, 2016 Every Step You Take: The New Technology of Stalking
October 05, 2016 WWBA - Board of Directors Meeting
October 01, 2016 The Loft's Annual Gala 2016
September 29, 2016 Show Me the Money: Best Evidence in Family Court Support Proceedings
September 28, 2016 Meet the Officers of the WWBA: A Night of Networking
September 07, 2016 General Membership Meeting: The Power of the Vote...Democracy is not a Spectator Sport!
July 27, 2016 WWBA Board Meeting
June 08, 2016 2016 WWBA Annual Dinner
May 25, 2016 CLE Opportunity: A Presentation on the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act (UIFSA)
May 18, 2016 Avoiding Pitfalls in the Acquisition and Development of Real Estate
May 04, 2016 WWBA Board Meeting
April 27, 2016 “DESIGNATIONS DEMYSTIFIED: CHOOSING THE RIGHT FINANCIAL PROFESSIONAL” - Rescheduled - Date TBD
April 20, 2016 Representing A Start-Up
April 19, 2016 Advertise in the WWBA Annual Dinner Souvenir Journal
April 13, 2016 "A Conversation with U.S. District Judges in White Plains"
April 13, 2016 Brown Bag Lunch Series with the Judges
April 07, 2016 HOW TO NAVIGATE THE IMMIGRATION PROCESS WHEN THE ABUSER WILL NO LONGER SPONSOR THE VICTIM
April 06, 2016 WWBA Board Meeting
March 30, 2016 Sexual Misconduct on Campus: Criminal, Civil or Both?
March 24, 2016 HOW TO NAVIGATE WHEN A FAMILY COURT MATTER BECOMES A SUPREME COURT DIVORCE
March 10, 2016 ADHD, School Discipline and Criminal Prosecution
March 03, 2016 Representing Victims of Domestic Violence: How to Navigate a Family Court Order of Protection
March 02, 2016 WWBA Board Meeting
February 25, 2016 T. K. v. New York City Department of Education
February 24, 2016 MED-ARB: Getting Past the Impasse
February 11, 2016 Hold The Date: Aid in Dying
February 10, 2016 Brown Bag Lunch Series with the Judges
February 03, 2016 WWBA Board Meeting
January 06, 2016 The ABC’s of Ethics: Advertising, Billing, and Conflicts
January 06, 2016 WWBA Board Meeting
December 09, 2015 WWBA Holiday Party 2015
December 02, 2015 WWBA's Men's Health Program
December 02, 2015 WWBA Board Meeting
November 23, 2015 SPONSOR the 2015 WWBA Holiday Party to be held on Dec. 9
November 12, 2015 5th Annual Judge Learned Hand Dinner
November 12, 2015 Ethics and the Pro Bono Representation of Nonprofits
November 05, 2015 National Association of Women Lawyers' General Counsel Institute
November 04, 2015 Human Trafficking: The Impact on Women, Children and Families
November 04, 2015 WWBA Board Meeting
October 29, 2015 Lunch and Learn: Preparing the Probate Petition
October 28, 2015 Pace Women's Justice Center: Making a Difference Benefit Dinner
October 27, 2015 Charter Schools
October 26, 2015 Combating Sexual Assault on College Campuses
October 22, 2015 Domestic Violence and Gender Discrimination: The Legal Ins and Outs in Housing and Employment
October 20, 2015 Updates in Planning and Permitting Mobile Broadband Infrastructure
October 20, 2015 Senior Law Day
October 18, 2015 Making Strides Against Breast Cancer - Team ORBACH
October 14, 2015 Registration Closed: How to Introduce Documentary and Electronic Evidence at Trial
October 07, 2015 WWBA Board Meeting
September 30, 2015 The New Maintenance Guidelines - Registration Closed
September 24, 2015 WWBA Meet the Board Networking Event
September 02, 2015 WWBA Board Meeting
August 11, 2015 WWBA Linda Wiley Memorial Golf & Tennis Outing
July 23, 2015 SPONSOR the WWBA Golf & Tennis Outing to be held on August 11
July 15, 2015 WWBA Board Meeting
June 30, 2015 Bench Bar Forum
June 17, 2015 Goin' Cajun BBQ & Blues Networking Event
June 10, 2015 2015 WWBA Annual Dinner
May 21, 2015 Green Infrastructure Practices in New York
May 20, 2015 WWBA Law Day
May 19, 2015 Lunch and Learn: Recent Decisions Affecting Intellectual Property
May 19, 2015 Advertise in the WWBA Annual Dinner Souvenir Journal
May 18, 2015 Student Speech
May 14, 2015 Behind Closed Doors: Domestic Violence in Arab and Immigrant Communities
May 14, 2015 225th Anniversay - Federal Court in NY, 20th Anniversary - Charles L. Brieant U.S. Courthouse
May 14, 2015 WBASNY Convention 2015
May 12, 2015 WWBA Newsletter Submission Deadline - 12th of the Month
May 01, 2015 National Association of Women Lawyers' inaugural Women's Initiatives Leadership Boot Camp
April 30, 2015 Meet Our New Family Court Judges
April 29, 2015 Kramer on Contracts
April 29, 2015 Rule of Professional Conduct 1.15 & Escrow Account Fundamentals
April 28, 2015 Contract Basics
April 23, 2015 Legal and Ethical Perspectives on Atul Gawande's "Being Mortal"
April 16, 2015 Estate Planning with the Revocable Trust
April 14, 2015 An Evening with the S.D.N.Y. Magistrate Judges of White Plains
April 12, 2015 WWBA Newsletter Submission Deadline - 12th of the Month
April 01, 2015 WWBA Board Meeting
March 31, 2015 WWBA Heart Health Awareness Program
March 31, 2015 Lunch and Learn: Contract Due Diligence and Contract Drafting
March 26, 2015 The Policies and Problem Solving Approach of Student Advocacy, Inc.
March 25, 2015 How to Analyze and Challenge Forensic Testimony
March 24, 2015 Nazi Looted Art, Stolen Art and Our Museums: Why The Ghosts of the Past Still Haunt Us
March 19, 2015 At Risk Investments - CANCELLED
March 12, 2015 WWBA Newsletter Submission Deadline - 12th of the Month
March 11, 2015 WWBA Board Meeting
March 04, 2015 Meet the Chiefs
February 24, 2015 Lunch and Learn: Intellectual Property
February 04, 2015 WWBA Board Meeting
January 29, 2015 An Informal Evening with Trustees
January 15, 2015 Show Me the Money: Tips for Divorcing Couples on Navigating the College Financial Process
January 01, 2015 WOMEN IN THE LEGAL PROFESSION: Where are We Now and Where Are We Going?
December 15, 2014 Don't Be a Dope - Drug Testing
December 10, 2014 Holiday Dinner
October 08, 2014 Women on the Move: Negotiating Your Own Value
September 09, 2014 GMM: Appellate Practice Seminar and Demonstrations - "Arthur, Treachers, Fish & Chips, P.C., v. Dan Arby"

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