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Podcast by New York State Bar Association

Episode Date
Bosnian Elections in the Aftermath of the Civil War – with Michael Miller
Michael Miller, a solo practitioner in the area of trusts and estates and president of the New York State Bar Association, talks about supervising elections in Bosnia, just nine months after the war’s end in 1995. Amid the ruins and casualties of war, and despite persistent rain, Bosnians stood for hours proud and eager to vote in a democratic election.
Jun 11, 2018
School to Prison Pipeline – with Sharon Stern Gerstman
Sharon Stern Gerstman, of counsel at Magavern Magavern Grimm, discusses “zero tolerance” disciplinary policies in schools and how they can criminalize even minor infractions. She sees hope in student-led youth courts and the trend toward restorative justice.
Jun 11, 2018
A Former Prosecutor Reflects on Corruption, Mueller and How to Build a Case – Richard Hartunian
Richard Hartunian, now a partner at Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, served 20 years in the Justice Department, including nearly eight as US Attorney for the Northern District of New York. He discusses how Supreme Court rulings in Skilling and McDonnell have changed the way we prosecute corruption, the strategies of Special Counsel Robert Mueller and the transition from public servant to private practice.
Jun 11, 2018