TODAY, Feb. 24, Kings County Courts Black History Month Trivia Game, 1pm
"The Strongest Link." Annual trivia game face-off between teams of Brooklyn court employees. Prizes for new champions, as well as for all teams and some audience members. Register your three-person team with Izetta Johnson at (347) 296-1231. All are welcome to attend. Cost: free. Location: Kings County Supreme Court Criminal Term, 320 Jay St., Ceremonial Courtroom 2.95, Downtown Brooklyn.
Wed. Feb. 29, Kings County Courts Black History Month Closing Program, 1pm
The Kings County Courts Black History Month Committee concludes the month-long program with closing ceremonies featuring Dr. Khalil Gibran Muhammad, director of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. For more information, contact Izetta Johnson at (347) 296-1231. All are welcome to attend. Cost: free. Location: Kings County Supreme Court Civil Term, 360 Adams St., Downtown Brooklyn.
Wed. Feb. 29, CLE: Volunteer Lawyers Project - Bankruptcy Pt. II, 6-8pm
Approved for 2 CLE credits (Professional Practice). Presentations by attorneys John McManus and Bruce Weiner. Course designed for attorneys new to low-asset, low-income Chapter 7 bankruptcies. Cost: $100 or free if accepting a pro bono bankruptcy referral by Aug. 30. For more information, email kate
@brooklynvlp.org. Location: Brooklyn Bar Association, 123 Remsen St., Brooklyn Heights.
Thurs. March 1, Brooklyn Law School for the Public Interest Auction
The 22nd Annual BLSPI Charity Auction Fundraiser on behalf of fellowships and other programs for BLSPI. Silent auction and live auction will be held. More details to follow. Contact [email protected] for more information or visit blspi.org. Location: Forchelli Center, Feil Hall, 205 State St., Downtown Brooklyn.
Thur. March 1, CLE: Kings County Criminal Bar Association - Insanity Defense, 6-8pm
Approved for 2 CLE credits (Professional Practice). “To Plea or Not to Plea: Pitfalls of the insanity Defense.” Presentations by Mary Beth Anerson, Dennis Feld and Dana Mahoney. Dinner at 5:15 p.m., course at 6 p.m. Cost: $20 for members, $40 for non-members. For more information, go to kccba.org. Location: Brooklyn Bar Association, 123 Remsen St., Brooklyn Heights.
Mon. March 5, Meet-and-Greet with Hon. Theodore Jones, 6:30-8:30pm
Sponsored by The Metropolitan Black Bar Association and the Brooklyn Bar Association, a meet-and-greet reception with former Kings County Administrative Judge and current New York Court of Appeals Associate Judge Theodore T. Jones. Cost: free. RSVPs strongly encouraged to Avery Eli Okin at aokin@
brooklynbar.org or (718) 624-0675 x213. Location: Brooklyn Bar Association, 123 Remsen St., Brooklyn Heights.
Tues. March 6, CLE: Columbian Lawyers Association - Attorney Fees, 6pm
Approved for 1 CLE credit (Ethics). "Taking Charge When Charging Your Clients: The Potential 'Benefits' of Properly Drafting Fee Agreements, Maintaining Your Escrow Account and Avoiding Future Fee Disputes." The Columbian Lawyers Association Of Brooklyn monthly dinner CLE program. Guest speaker: Pery D. Krinsky, Esq. RSVP required to (718) 875-0158. Location: Rex Manor, 1110 60th St., (at 11th Ave.), Dyker Heights.
Tues. March 6, CLE: Brooklyn Bar Association - Matrimonial Law, 6-8pm
Approved for 2 CLE credits (1.5 Professional Practice, 0.5 Ethics). "Asset Management, Ethics and Divorce for Matrimonial and Family Law Attorneys." Presentations by Merrill Lynch lawyers and other attorneys. Cost: free for members, $80 for non-members who pre-pay. For more information, go to brooklynbar.org or call (718) 624-0675. Location: Brooklyn Bar Association, 123 Remsen St., Brooklyn Heights.
Fri. March 9, The Celts Saint Patrick's Day Parade, 12:10pm
The 18th Annual Celts Parade begins after a 12:10pm Mass and will march through Brooklyn Heights, down Montague Street and conclude at Kings County Supreme Court Civil Term at 360 Adams St. A luncheon will follow in courtroom 319. Location: Mass at St. Charles Borromeo, 21 Sidney Place, Brooklyn Heights.
Fri. March 9, City Tech Law & Paralegal Club Discussion - Family Court & Deliquency, 2-4pm
"Raising the Age of Delinquency in Family Court to 18" panel discussion at New York City College of Technology's Law & Paralegal Club to discuss and inform public about new proposals to prosecute 16- and 17-year-olds in Family Court rather than Criminal Court. Panelist include, city attorneys, Legal Aid lawyers, professors, judges and politicians. Open to public. Cost: free. Form more information, contact Prof. Sara Schechter at [email protected] or (718) 260-5124. Location: Atrium Amphitheater, 300 Jay St., Downtown Brooklyn.