From Fiscal Crisis to Thriving City with Social Mission Intact

New York Law School presented Stanley Brezenoff with the Civic Fame award at the Fifth Annual Civic Fame Breakfast held at New York Law School on April 26, 2019. The certificate of award acknowledged Brezenoff‘s 40-year career in managing governmental institutions with unequaled persistence, skill and determination from the days of the fiscal crisis to today’s thriving City, and for his relentless efforts to preserve and enhance the social mission of the City of New <Read More>

COMPLETE VIDEO: 161st CityLaw Breakfast – Fifth Annual Civic Fame Awards featuring Stanley Brezenoff

At this morning’s 161st CityLaw Breakfast and Fifth Annual Civic Fame Award Presentation, we honored Stanley Brezenoff and OATH.  The Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings and Brezenoff have played a large role in the City and are both celebrating  40 years of service to the City this year. The Breakfast began with introductory remarks from New York Law School Dean Anthony Crowell, with awards presented by Professor Ross Sandler, Director of the Center for … <Read More>


Dean Anthony W. Crowell and

 Professor Ross Sandler, Director 

cordially invite you to the 161st  CityLaw Breakfast



Featuring Speaker

Stanley Brezenoff, Former First Deputy Mayor


Speaking on:

40 Years: The Evolution of New York City Government From Fiscal Crisis to Thriving City with Social Mission Intact


Civic Fame Award Honorees: 

Stanley Brezenoff

Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings (OATH) 40th Anniversary


Friday, April 26, 2019