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Second Circuit Heads to New York Law School on Oct. 12

By Robyn Hagan Cain on October 11, 2012 4:02 PM

Will Field Trip Fridays be the latest trend in federal appeals?

On October 12, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals will end a second consecutive week with oral arguments outside its usual home inside the Daniel Patrick Moynihan Courthouse on Pearl Street.

This Friday, Chief Judge Dennis Jacobs, Judge Robert Katzmann, and Judge Debra Livingston will be hearing oral arguments in the following cases at New York Law School:

  • Miraj Bhuyan v. Eric H. Holder, Jr., et al
  • Onondaga Nation v. State of New York, George Pataki, et al
  • N.A. Lambrecht, et al v. Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc,. et al
  • S. Leonard Sollings v. Bank of America Corp. and Merrill et al
  • United States of America v. Christopher Davidson
  • United States of America v. Cleveland Nathaniel Valentine
  • Mary W. Carlson v. HSBC-North America et al

The program will start with introductory remarks at 9:30 a.m., followed by oral arguments at 10 a.m. The judges will wrap the work day with a panel discussion at 12:30.

Seating is limited inside the NYLS auditorium, and registration is required for a seat. While registration for the auditorium is now full, you can still register to watch a live video feed of the proceedings from the overflow room.

Because of the court's security screening process, attendees are advised to leave briefcases, backpacks, pocketbooks, and bags at home. No food or drink will be permitted in the auditorium, and use of electronic devices is prohibited.

New York Law School is located at 185 W. Broadway in Manhattan.

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