Los Angeles, CA – September 26, 2016 – American LegalNet, a provider of innovative workflow management technologies to law firms, has established an agreement with Patrick M. Connors, the Albert and Angela Farone Distinguished Professor of Law at Albany Law School, where he teaches New York Practice and Legal Ethics. At the request of American LegalNet, Professor Connors will be providing educational written and spoken content to benefit New York law firms. For more information about Professor Connors, please refer to his bio below.
Professor Connors will be generating a variety of objective opinions, publications and presentations created to keep New York lawyers abreast of New York Civil and Federal Practice, including related date calculations, and risk management issues.
Professor Connors will be providing the following useful resources in the coming months:
Monthly articles authored by Professor Connors which American LegalNet will distribute, covering issues of New York Civil Practice, Federal Practice and/or general risk management.
Two live presentations in New York City covering recent case law and statutory developments in New York Civil Practice, Federal Practice and/or general risk management. Professor Connors’ presentations will be relevant to management attorneys or other law firm professionals interested in these topics. One or both of the presentations may offer CLE credit – dates and venues are still to be determined.
For more information about the Professor Connors publications and events mentioned above, please contact American LegalNet.
Erez Bustan | President and CEO
American LegalNet, Inc.
MORE ABOUT PROFESSOR PATRICK M. CONNORS
Patrick M. Connors is the Albert and Angela Farone Distinguished Professor of Law at Albany Law School where he teaches New York Practice and Legal Ethics. In Fall 2015, Professor Connors was a visiting scholar in Residence at Touro College’s Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center. He was an Adjunct Professor of Law at Syracuse University College of Law where he taught Professional Responsibility from 1991 to 1999.
Professor Connors received his B.A. degree from Georgetown University and his J.D. degree from St. John’s Law School where he was editor of the Law Review and research assistant to David D. Siegel. He is a frequent lecturer in continuing legal education seminars on recent developments in New York Practice, professional ethics and legal malpractice. He has also served as an expert witness and consultant on issues pertaining to attorney ethics, legal malpractice and civil procedure.