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The Historical Society of the New York Courts Podcast series shines a light on New York’s legal history through the perspective of the State’s courts.

        

 

Episode #9: Bringing Civics and Legal Education to Students and Teachers through the Society's Grants

Episode #9: Bringing Civics and Legal Education to Students and Teachers through the Society’s Grants

This episode was recorded on June 29, 2020 and features two of the Society’s education partners discussing the importance of ...
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Episode #8 – Chancellor James Kent: His Impact on Judging and the Beginnings of “American Law”

Episode #8 – Chancellor James Kent: His Impact on Judging and the Beginnings of “American Law”

This episode was recorded on June 29, 2020 and features an interesting discussion about Chancellor James Kent with a retired ...
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Episode #7: The Judith S. Kaye Teaching Fellowship at Bard High School Early College

Episode #7: The Judith S. Kaye Teaching Fellowship at Bard High School Early College

This episode was recorded on May 28, 2020 and features an interesting discussion about the Society's Judith S. Kaye Teaching ...
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Episode #6: The Society's Harlem Law Program

Episode #6: The Society’s Harlem Law Program

This episode was recorded on May 27, 2020 and features a discussion about the Society's Harlem Law Program for high ...
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Episode #5: Doris Ling-Cohan — A Pioneering Asian American Judge

Episode #5: Doris Ling-Cohan — A Pioneering Asian American Judge

This episode was recorded on May 12, 2020 with a pioneering Asian American judge for Asian Pacific Islander American Heritage ...
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Episode #4: The Evolution of Slavery, Abolition in NY, and the NY Courts — The Lemmon Slave Case

Episode #4: The Evolution of Slavery, Abolition in NY, and the NY Courts — The Lemmon Slave Case

This episode was recorded on April 20, 2020, and showcases a landmark NYS high court decision ahead of Dred Scott. Historical ...
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Episode #3: New York Lawyers and Legal Landmarks

Episode #3: New York Lawyers and Legal Landmarks

This episode was recorded on May 8, 2020 as a part of our Chatting with the Authors series, which brings new depth ...
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Episode #2 — John Jay: Practicing Attorney, Traveling Judge, Man of the People

Episode #2 — John Jay: Practicing Attorney, Traveling Judge, Man of the People

This episode was recorded on April 16, 2020 as a part of our Chatting with the Authors series, which brings new depth ...
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Episode #1 — Missing Court Records Means Missing History

Episode #1 — Missing Court Records Means Missing History

This episode was recorded in November of 2018, and features a conversation about the importance of preserving court records. David ...
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