Virtual: Corporate Housekeeping for Nonprofits

Online Event

Join us and Nonprofit New York on November 23 at 10:30am ET for a virtual session to help you navigate local, state, and federal rules as well as best practices for nonprofit organizations.  Register using "NYLPI2021" to tune in for free! Register today! Click here!

Climate Reality NYC Chapter Meeting

Via ZOOM Webinar

Join Climate Reality NYC and representatives from Sane Energy Project, The New Jersey League of Conservation Voters, and NYLPI's own Anthony Rogers-Wright for a chapter meeting open to the public. This month's panel will focus on fighting fossil fuels in the NYC metro area. Kim Fraczek, Sane Energy Project: Sane is committed to replacing fracked gas infrastructure with […]

Accommodations Rights of People with Disabilities

Via ZOOM Webinar

Suhali Méndez, Senior Advocate in NYLPI's Disability Justice Program, will be presenting on the topic of Housing Accommodations for People with Disabilities and their families through a zoom webinar hosted by Hope and Victory Evolves (HAVE) on Wednesday, January 19, 2022. You can register for this free event here.

Virtual Training: Return to Work Considerations for Nonprofits

Online Event

Join us and Nonprofit New York on January 25, 2022 at 10:30am ET for a webinar on the legal considerations your nonprofit should be taking to keep your workforce safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. The training will be led by expert employment law attorneys from the firm Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP. Register for free […]


Virtual: Contracts for Nonprofits Webinar

Online Event

Regardless of their size and programming, all nonprofits must deal with contracts as part of their routine operations. Join us for a free webinar on 2/22 at 10am where expert attorneys from the firm Kostelanetz & Fink will provide essential information about contracts that every nonprofit should know before signing on the dotted line. Register […]

Remembering Daniel Prude: Removing Police as the Default Response to Mental Health & Substance Use Crises

Via ZOOM Webinar

On March 23rd, 2020, Daniel Prude was killed by members of the Rochester Police Department while he was experiencing a mental health crisis. Following his murder, a movement was built to transform the way we support people experiencing mental health and substance use crises. Join the Prude family and community members from across the state […]

Albany Rally: Advocacy Groups Oppose Expansions of Kendra’s Law

New York State Capitol Washington and State St, Albany, NY

Advocacy Groups Oppose Expansions of Kendra’s Law, Propose Voluntary Strategies to Aid People in Mental Health Crises        11:00am, Tuesday, March 29, 2022 WHAT: A group of mental health, disability, and criminal justice reform advocates will gather in Albany on Tuesday, March 29 to urge state legislators to reject the Governor’s misplaced, unjust and unconstitutional proposals […]

Virtual: Legal Considerations for Hiring in New York State

Online Event

Register: here Has your small business or start-up nonprofit taken off? Are you looking for help to support your work? As your small business or start-up grows, you must consider several factors as you look to hire a new team member, whether it be obtaining an identification number or creating a fair compensation plan. Join […]

Mis Derechos a Una Vivienda Justa en Nueva York

Via ZOOM Webinar

Suhali Méndez, Defensora Prinicipal y Coordinadora Legislativa del Programa de Justicia para Discapacidades de NYLPI, presentará en un panel virtual en Español: Mis Derechos a Una Vivienda Justa en Nueva York, organizado por la División de Derechos Humanos del Estado de Nueva York. El propósitio de este seminario web es para comprender los remedios disponibles para la discriminación en la vivienda que se enfrenta en Nueva York. Por favor regístrese aquí si usted desea asistir. -- Suhali Méndez, Senior Advocate & […]

Yale Law School Panel: Public Service/Private Practice (Liman Colloquium)

Yale Law School

NYLPI Executive Director McGregor Smyth will speak on a panel on Public Service/Private Practice at Yale Law School's Liman at 25 / LSO & YLS’s Clinical Program at 50: An Intergenerational Community of Public Service Lawyering. Over the course of careers, graduates of law schools work in a variety of settings. This session explores the […]

Campaign to Transform Mental Health Crisis Response

Via ZOOM Webinar

Join NYLPI and Disability Rights New York for a panel discussion on mental health crisis response and the urgent need for reform and to remove the police from our crisis response systems. Closed captions and ASL interpretation provided. Register here. Kimberly Blair, MPH, Public Policy and Advocacy Manager, NAMI-NYC Peggy Herrera, Freedom Agenda Daniel Donoghue, […]

Virtual: Advocacy and Lobbying for New York Nonprofits

Online Event

Join us on Tuesday, May 10th at 10am for a virtual training to help you successfully understand New York state and federal rules on advocacy and lobbying. The nonprofit sector plays a crucial role in affecting change in public policy. As New York City faces exciting local elections, it is now more vital than ever that leaders comprehend […]

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