The Historical Society of the New York Courts’ Young Lawyers Committee partners with local New York law schools through our Law School Student Chapters. Through these chapters, we bring engaging events to campuses targeted to students and young alumni. We strongly believe that law students, as the future young lawyers who will continue to make the Historical Society the great institution that it is, are an important and growing part of our membership.
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Historical Society of the New York Courts Student Chapter at Brooklyn Law School
The purpose of the BLS Student Chapter of the Historical Society is to better engage young lawyers in the Historical Society’s mission and events to preserve, protect, and promote the legal history of New York; and to work with the Historical Society to host events at, or in conjunction with, BLS.
Founded in 2017, the Fordham Law Historical Society is a student chapter of the Historical Society of the New York Courts, which includes many judges and practicing attorneys in New York. We are legal history enthusiasts looking to connect with like-minded students and practitioners. Joining this group is an excellent opportunity to network with attorneys and judges practicing at the State and Federal level in New York.
Bijan J. Torabi, Chapter Chair
Historical Society of the New York Courts Student Chapter at St. John’s University School of Law
The Student Chapter of the Historical Society at St. John’s Law is dedicated to celebrating the rich and vibrant history of the New York courts and the practice of law. Our chapter hosts lectures, panel discussions, and tours in which students can connect with judges and practicing attorneys and learn more about the deep traditions of our chosen profession.
Matthew Harnisch, Chapter President