•THE RULE OF LAW IN TIMES OF TERRORISM
(March, 2003)

                                            •REBUILDING NEW YORK CITY POST 9/11: The Federal Role
December, 2002)

                                 •THE ELECTION OF 2000: Where Do We Go From Here?
(March 2001)

                                       •WE ARE FAMILY:
Addressing Problems Facing Same-Sex,
Bi-National Couples Under US Immigration Law
(October 1999)

                                           •HATE CRIMES LEGISLATION:
Solving Problems or Creating New Ones?
(April 1999)

BEYOND TAILHOOK:
How Can the Military Successfully Regulate Sex?*
(with Sen. Nancy Kassebaum Baker, March 1998)

PURSUING PUBLIC OFFICE
(with Hon. Ed Koch, April 1997)

CAREERS IN...
Telecommunications Law (February 1997);
Family Law (November 1996))
Entertainment Law (October 1995);
Intellectual Property (April 1995)
Reception Hall
Below, the Seymour Room, one of the
many Committee meeting rooms.
The Meeting Room or "Great Hall"
where my programs took place.

Some of my work with the
Association of the Bar of the City of New York (CityBar)
42 West 42nd Street, New York, New York

where I served as producer and/or moderator for these high-profile public forum presentations:
(Click on each for larger picture)
Right, the Association in 1893 when located on West 29th St. between Fifth and Sixth Avenues.  Three years later, in
1896, the Association moved 15 blocks due north to its present location (Left) of 42 West 44th Street between 5th and
6th Avenues.  At its Centennial celebration held at Lincoln Center in 1996, I met and chatted with Hon. Ruth Bader
Ginsberg for the first time.