CLE: Whistleblowing: A Human Rights Perspective


April 27, 2021 12:00 pm

International Women’s Rights Committee presents a CLE Program:
Whistleblowing: A Human Rights Perspective

Examining the role of domestic and international whistleblowing laws in the protection, promotion, and support of human rights and civil society

Samantha Feinstein, Esq., Attorney & Deputy Director, Government Accountability Program
Mary Inman, Esq., Partner, Constantine Cannon
Poppy Alexander, Esq., Associate, Constantine Cannon
Greg Krakower, Esq., Adj. Law Prof. Cardozo Law School

Moderated By:
Alexandra Douglas, Esq., Associate, Schlam Stone & Dolan LLP

Date: April 27, 2021
Time: 12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Location: Zoom Webinar – invitation to follow upon RSVP
CLE: 1.5 Professional Practice Credits
Cost: Free – NYWBA and WBASNY Members**
$25 – Non-members
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*CLE Credits:  1.5 credits in Professional Practice. The NYWBA is an accredited CLE provider. Approval of CLE credit is pending in accordance with the requirements of the NYS CLE Board for the above-listed credit hours for established attorneys and as transitional credit hours for newly admitted attorneys.

** Free NYWBA and WBASNY members, $25 non-member: Full and partial scholarships based on financial need are available. For info on the guidelines and to apply, contact CLE Co-Chairs at or 212-216-1135. All requests are confidential.