The New York Law Institute will be closed on Monday, February 21, 2022 in observance of the Presidents’ Day national holiday and will reopen on Tuesday, February 22nd at 9:00 AM.
While St. Valentine’s Day has it origins in both pagan and religious celebrations, love’s end goal of marriage has quite a few legal ramifications beyond the candied hearts and Hallmark cards exchanged on February 14th….
For some legal resources on the marriage contract, check out these sources available at NYLI:
For N.Y. […]
Looking to inspire a future President? Need a Photo-Op for your Facebook Presidents’ Day posting? Want to view artifacts from many of the occupants of the Executive Office?
Then it’s time for you to check out the N.Y. Historical Society’s ongoing exhibit – “Meet the Presidents and the Oval Office”.
This Presidents’ Day, consider […]
What was the first Federal Holiday? And the latest? Are banks & businesses required to be closed? And what’s the story regarding those quirky state holidays ?
On February 9th, our colleague Jane Canfield will host an FDLP Academy webinar titled The 11 Federal Holidays that should […]
Photographs not only preserve but bring alive the past in ways that words cannot. Consider learning more about accessing Library of Congress photographs of African-Americans in the military by attending their webinar… held twice this February…..
Tuesday, February 8th @ noon EST– click here to register !and again on..Wednesday, February 16th @ 3 p.m. […]
Like many native New Yorkers, there are still many historical & cultural sites that I’ve not yet visited. My New Year’s Resolutions always include the promise to play tourist in my own city….. The Schomburg Center’s been on my list… & now many of its treasures can be accessed virtually….Start by exploring Schomburg’s […]
Considered the creator of the first detective story and early contributor to the science fiction genre, Poe not only perfected the art of the short story but later appreciation of his work resulted in horror and suspense being deemed worthy of inclusion in the literary canon.
And while his poem “The Raven” […]
Great men, such as Martin Luther King Jr., often end up viewed as mythical beings rather than fellow humans who accomplished the extraordinary. Research allows us to see our shared humanity with Dr. King. By a study of his everyday experiences, we are led to an even greater appreciation of his achievements. […]
Founded by Alexander Hamilton, the New York Post made its debut way back in 1801.
NY Post’s very first paper… available at New York State Historic Newspapers
The city’s oldest newspaper is perhaps best known today for its attention grabbing headlines. Some memorable ones include Barack 4 More (November 7, 2012) , […]
You need a legal definition from the 1930s? The NY Law Institute has that ….
Every Black’s Law Dictionary… from 1891- present.. @ NYLI
You need THE definitive definition…. NYLI has that !
Latest Oxford English Dictionary online available to New York Law Institute members….
Need to compare definitions from 1950s to 2000s? NYLI […]