New Event in 2022 on LGBTQ Rights – Registration Opening Soon!

From Stonewall to Windsor: New York’s March to LGBTQ Rights is set for January 13 and the Society’s return to in-person events (fingers crossed)! Our panel will discuss important Court of Appeals cases and their impact on the LGBTQ community.

Open-air police court being held in Portsmouth Square, San Francisco. To prevent crowding indoors, judges held outdoor court sessions.

A Look Back at Our 1918 Flu Pandemic Webinar – to Look Forward to 2022

With holiday travel plans, a new strain of the COVID-19 virus, and booster vaccination appointments, it is a good time to return to our 2020 webinar on the lessons learned from the 1918 Spanish flu epidemic. Watch now!

December is Universal Human Rights Month 

In 2015, the Society produced a program on human trafficking and how New York’s courts and its law enforcement partners are fighting to combat the problem impacting people of many walks of life. Revisit this program with us in honor of Universal Human Rights Month. Watch now!

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