As part of ALN’s continuing support of the National Docketing Association and to helping educate law firms, we offer educational videos from distinguished legal educators like Professor Patrick M. Connors, the Albert and Angela Farone Distinguished Professor in New York Civil Practice at Albany Law school as he discusses New York Statewide Practice Rules for the Appellate Division.
As the authoritative source for guidance on New York practice matters, Professor Connors is a frequent lecturer at CLE programs on recent developments in New York Practice, professional ethics, legal malpractice and civil procedure. In this video, which is part one of a three part series, he shares his insights on some of the most critical and interesting New York practice rules. This is part one of his discussion of the rules and as you will see, he takes some dry issues and brings them to life by giving great examples, practical tips and strategies for dealing with and/or planning for “trouble,” resolving “conflicts” between the rules, and the obligations and ethical requirements for attorneys as related to these rules.
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