After an almost seven year hiatus, the New York Criminal Law and Procedure Blog is back in business. After becoming Associate Dean for Student Services, I took time off from blogging to focus on my “day job.” A lot has happened since. I went on to become Associate Academic Dean and, later, Vice Dean, where I was responsible for supervising nearly all of the “internal” operations of our school. I also got married and moved out to the wonderful community of Long Beach, NY. I recently stepped down from day-to-day administration, although I remain the Associate Dean for Assessment and Institutional Effectiveness and am the director of our Center for Trial and Appellate Advocacy. Helping me with the blog are the Fellows of the Center.
The blog has a new look. I’ve migrated it to WordPress (from TypePad). The CTAA Fellows and I hope to post a few times a week on new cases, legislation, and news reports. As always, I appreciate your feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org. (LC)