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Bar associations honor local legends for Women’s History Month

March 20 | Robert Abruzzese

BROOKLYN — The Brooklyn Bar Association and the Brooklyn Women’s Bar Associations both held Women’s History Month events last week where they celebrated some of the borough’s own legal legends. The BBA held their event on Wednesday, March 15, where it honored a group of its past presidents including Hon. Nancy Sunshine, RoseAnn Branda, Aimee […]

BBA sits down with Judge Kevin McClanahan, supervisor of the Housing Court

March 16 | Robert Abruzzese

BOROUGHWIDE — The Brooklyn Bar Association invited members to attend a Judicial Sit Down with Hon. Kevin McClanahan, the supervising judge of the Kings County Housing Court, in order to hear from him about the latest regarding the court. Organized by Anthony Vaughn, first vice president at the BBA, and moderated by Michael Rosenthal, president […]

NYCHA Rent Bailout Proposed for State Budget, With $466 Million Owed

March 15 | Greg B. Smith, The City

This article was originally published on Mar 13 8:27pm EDT by THE CITY Albany lawmakers are looking to throw NYCHA a lifeline this week, proposing to add millions of dollars to the state budget to give public housing tenants the same financial aid struggling private-sector renters got during the pandemic. Under its version of the […]

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