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Lawyer Assistance Programs are available
around the state to provide confidential assis-
tance to attorneys, judges, law school students
and their families affected by alcoholism, drug
abuse, stress, depression, or other mental
health issues. Here, you will find information
about those programs and related resources
and publications that may be of assistance.

Education

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The Education Committee of the Women's Bar Association of the State of New York has been organized to provide the members of the Association with information about current substantive and procedural developments in the various aspects of education law, including but not limited to special education, student rights and student discipline, residency requirements, immunization rules and regulations, discrimination, and other important school law issues. These issues relating to students and their education have not only been generally more newsworthy in the last several years, but also are of great interest to many members both in their personal lives and as lawyers. 
 
In conjunction with the CLE Committee, the Education Committee has sponsored and expects to continue to sponsor statewide CLE programs on these subjects as well as to comment on proposed legislation in these areas when called upon to do so. The Chairs of this Committee hold meetings as needed throughout the year and make available to the Board of Directors of WBASNY both oral and written reports on its activities.
 
Chairs
 
Shawn Martel Moore, Esq.
Tompkins County Administration & HRC
120 West State Street
Ithaca, NY 14850-5441
607-277-4080  office
607-277-4106  fax
smoore@tompkins-co.org
 
Susan Mills Richmond, Esq.
Lexow, Berbit & Associates, PC
56 Park Avenue, Box 239
Suffern, NY 10901-0239
845-357-0036  office
845-357-0297  fax
smillsrich@aol.com