- Thursday, September 18, 2014 :
September SCBA Meeting and CLE
Water’s Edge Lighthouse, Glenville
5:30 pm; dinner meeting and 2-hour CLE; program to be announcedView Details
The Schenectady County Bar Association is an Association of lawyers, mindful of their unique role in the
relationship between the community and the law. The Association is
formed to facilitate the administration of justice, elevate the
standards of integrity, honor and courtesy in the legal profession,
promote the interests and welfare of the profession, particularly of
the practicing lawyer, and cherish the spirit of collegiality among
its members. The SCBA was incorporated in 1916 as a nonprofit
The Schenectady Bar Association elected officers and members of the Board of Directors at the Association’s Annual Meeting.
The Schenectady County Bar Association presented 2014 awards for service to the public and profession.
The Schenectady Bar Association honored colleagues for exemplary service to the public and profession in awards presentation.
The Schenectady Bar Association has elected officers and members of the board of directors at the Association’s Annual Meeting.Read More
Supreme Court Justices Vincent J. Reilly Jr., above left, and Barry D. Kramer, unveil their portraits in Association ceremonies held at the Schenectady County courthouse. Judges Reilly and Kramer have reached retirement age but continue to serve by certification. Family, friends, and colleagues joined the applause as the judges recalled paths that led them to the law and expressed pride in being members of the profession and honor to serve on the bench.
The story was also reported on Wednesday, April 10, 2013 in The Daily Gazette:
Portraits of judges Reilly, Kramer unveiled
By Steven Cook, Gazette Reporter
Two veteran local judges saw their official portraits unveiled Wednesday...