Past Law Council Events


"Up for Grabs"

On February 9, 2006, The Harpur Law Council and the Binghamton University Alumni Association with sponsorship from Weil, Gotshal & Manges, LLP held the "Up for Grabs" Legal Seminar & Movie Screening. The program addressed legal issues and back story surrounding the case involving two fans who claimed possession of the ball that Barry Bonds hit to claim his record setting seventy-third home run.

Martin F. Triano, Esq. ’76 served as legal counsel to Alex Popov, one of the two claimants of the Bonds baseball, and was a faculty presenter for the legal seminar, along with Paul Finkelman and Michael Wranovics.

Alumni Association board member Ray Russolillo ’80 hosted the program at the U.S. Trust Company of New York. Jeffrey L. Tanenbaum, Esq. '73 secured sponsorship from Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP as provider for the NY CLE credit. From the 60+ attendees, 40 law alumni attending the legal seminar received one credit in in the areas of professional practice. Proceeds from the event were directed to the Martin F. Triano Scholarship at Binghamton University.

Read the RSVP list for this event (* denotes attendance). If you would like more information about these law alumni please go to the BU online alumni directory - Bconnected at www.bconnectalumni.binghamton.edu.

Law Alumni Long Island Reception Fall 2005

On November 17, a Binghamton University Law Alumni Reception was hosted by Adam L. Browser, Esq. '88, David R. Ehrlich, Esq. '96, Kimberly Mandel Malerba, Esq. '00, Robert F. Regan, Esq. '90 and Jeffrey M. Schlossberg, Esq. '81 at Ruskin Moscou Faltischek, P.C. in Uniondale.

The program included presentations by Dean Jean-Pierre Mileur and former Public Interest Law Interns. The young graduates spoke about the importance of their pre-law internship experience in their career choices and successes. Dean Mileur spoke on some new fundraising initiatives to support the creation of a Constitutional Law Professorship, Public Interest Law Internships, and the Faculty Development Fund. If you are interested in supporting these projects please click here.

Richard Alpern, Esq. '69, Harpur Law Council Chair, announced the success of the first year of Law Council's newest endeavor - the Harpur Law Mentor Program. To learn more about how you can become a mentor please click here.

Read the RSVP list for this event (* denotes attendance). If you would like more information about these law alumni please go to the BU online alumni directory - Bconnected at www.bconnectalumni.binghamton.edu.

Law Alumni NY Reception Fall 2004

On November 3 a Binghamton University Law Alumni Reception was hosted by Rick B. Antonoff, Esq. '81, David E. Bolen, Esq. '90, Alan S. Gaynor, Esq. '87, Warren J. Karp, Esq. '70, Barry E. Shimkin, Esq. '65 at Greenberg Traurig LLP in New York City.

The program included presentations by Dean Jean-Pierre Mileur and Professor Wendy Martinek, Department of Political Science, Harpur College of Arts & Sciences at Binghamton University. Dean Mileur spoke on the new fundraising initiative to support the creation of a Constitutional Law Professorship. If you are interested in supporting this project please click here.

Richard Alpern, Esq. '69, Harpur Law Council Chair, announced the launch of the Law Council's newest endeavor - the Harpur Law Council Mentor Program. To learn more about how you can become a mentor please click here.

Read the RSVP list for this event (* denotes attendance). If you would like more information about these law alumni please go to the BU online alumni directory - Bconnected at www.bconnectalumni.binghamton.edu.

To learn how you can support or become involved in Harpur Law Council projects and upcoming events, contact Lee Nesslage at 607-777-4278 or lawalumn@binghamton.edu.

Last Updated: 12/9/14