VIRTUAL EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT: 174th CityLaw Breakfast with Hank Gutman, Commissioner of the Department of Transportation

Dean Anthony W. Crowell and

 Professor Ross Sandler, Director 

cordially invite you to the 174th CityLaw Breakfast

Featuring Speaker

Hank Gutman, Commissioner of the Department of Transportation

Speaking On:

“Reimagining How Freight Moves in New York City” 

Date: Friday, October 29, 2021

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COMPLETE VIDEO – Open Space Dialogues: Parks & Transportation

On October 9, 2018, New York Law School hosted New Yorkers for Parks for their Open Space Dialogues: Parks & Transportation. The event was kicked off by Joel Steinhaus, Chairman of New Yorkers for Parks, who was introduced by Executive Director Lynn Kelly. Mr. Steinhaus began by welcoming everyone to the second year of Open Space Dialogues, with the focus of this year’s dialogues on parks, open space and the public realm. He … <Read More>

EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT – Open Space Dialogues: Parks & Transportation

About the Event

Open Space Dialogues: Parks & Transportation is the kickoff panel of the 2018-2019 Open Space Dialogues series. Expect an evening of provocative presentations created by New Yorkers for Parks and New York Law School. Leaders of the city’s public realm will share and respond to ideas about the spaces New Yorkers hold in common, answering questions like:

-How can transportation system improvements yield more open spaces?

-What opportunities does a transit … <Read More>

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