July 20, 2017

Greetings from the 110th AALL Annual Meeting & Conference



July 10, 2017

Celebrate 100 Years of Women's Suffrage in NY

Programs, exhibitions, parades: there are all sorts of activities going on statewide through the summer and fall to commemorate the centennial of women's suffrage in New York. But we in the Rochester area can enjoy two of the more creative offerings, and they're coming up soon. On Friday, July 21st, the inaugural ROC Women's Music Fest will bring Meshell Ndegeocello, MC Lyte, and Joan Osborne to town. There will be local musicians, as well, local women's groups such as the League of Women Voters (of course), and ... female-run food trucks! It's all happening right down the block at Parcel 5. Tickets are $5 each. Check out the city's page for the event for more info.

Those resourceful folks at the Susan B. Anthony House have put together a week's worth of program- ming, from Monday, July 17th through Saturday, July 22nd, all along the Erie Canal from Seneca Falls to Rochester. It'll feature reenactors and a fleet of five Mid Lakes Navigation Lockmaster Boats. They're calling it ... VoteTilla.

June 22, 2017

2017 Jazz Festival parking & street closings advisory

Parking
Tents will be set up in two parking lots close to the library - AllPro Parking at 86 Gibbs Street and Regents Park Station at 61 East Avenue. See our Transit & Parking page  for alternatives.
Street Closings
Gibbs St. (from East Ave. to E. Main)
Sunday, June 18 (Midnight) to Tuesday, July 5 (Morning)
Chestnut St. (from East Ave. to E. Main)
Friday, June 23 (6AM) to Sunday, June 25 (2AM)
Friday, June 30 (6AM) to Sunday, July 2 (2AM)
East Ave. (between Chestnut & Scio)
Friday, June 23 to Saturday, July 1 (4-11PM)
East Ave. (from E. Main to Scio) & Chestnut (from Broad to East Ave.)
Friday, June 23 (5PM-Midnight)
Saturday, June 24 (5PM-Midnight)
Friday, June 30 (5PM-Midnight)
Saturday, July 1 (5PM-Midnight)
Main St. (from Gibbs to Chestnut, not including Gibbs or Chestnut)
Friday, June 23 to Saturday, July 1 (5PM-Midnight)

May 24, 2017

New this month

Our first book orders of the new budget year are now rolling in. As always, we have some titles on hot topics from ABA. We've also purchased many new titles in the heavily-used areas of children & law, personal injury, and elder law, and of course, several new state-specific treatises. Here's a brief selection. Please check our new book list regularly for more!

Anatomy of a Patent Case, 3rd Ed.
Bicycle Accidents, Crashes, and Collisions, 2nd Ed.
Children's Justice: How to Improve Legal Representation of Children in the Child Welfare System
Corporate Citizen? An Argument for the Separation of Corporation and State
Fifty-State Survey: Daubert v. Frey: Admissibility of Expert Testimony
Fundamentals of Guardianship: What Every Guardian Should Know
How to Succeed as a Trial Lawyer, 2nd Ed.
Human Factors in Traffic Safety, 3rd Ed.
Law of Asylum in the United States
Locating U.S. Government Information, 3rd Ed.
Medical Malpractice in New York, 4th Ed.
New York Criminal Practice, 5th Ed.
Public Sector Labor and Employment Law, 4th Ed.
Tire Defect Litigation
Trial Advocacy for the Child Welfare Lawyer, 2nd Ed.
When Products Kill: Litigation and Regulatory Responses
The Young Eyewitness


Thanks to the coworker who captured this wonderful image of the tulips on Gibbs Street.



May 11, 2017

Excellent

Congratulations to the Appellate Division's Lenora B. Foote, who will be receiving a 2017 Top Women in Law Award at the Daily Record's upcoming Excellence in Law event. The award honors women attorneys who are making notable contributions to the legal profession while inspiring positive change in the community.


Date: Thursday, June 1st, 2017
Schedule: 11:30 a.m.  General Networking Reception
12:00 p.m.  Luncheon and Awards Presentation
Location: Hyatt Regency Rochester
125 East Main Street, Rochester
Cost: $65.00 a ticket; $75.00 after May 18th.
Tickets may be purchased online here.

April 4, 2017

A sure sign of spring

A work crew set out the benches across the street from our offices today. It won't be long before we can enjoy lunch outside or take a nice lunchtime stroll around Grove Place!



April 3, 2017

New York State adopts International Codes

Nine of the 15 International codes published by the International Code Council have been adopted by New York State “March 22, 2016, effective 180 days after publication (publication date, April 6, 2016)”—Historical Note: 19 NYCRR Parts 1219 through 1227, Part 1240. The adopted codes are Building, Energy conservation, Existing building, Fire, Fuel gas, Mechanical, Plumbing, Property maintenance, and Residential.

You'll find them shelved after [New York State] Official Compilation of Codes, Rules and Regulations (NYCRR) in the New York circulating collection, call number KFN 5035 A25 2015. Each volume is labeled to identify it as a New York State code, for example, Other title: Building Code of New York State.