The practice of law is a dynamic profession that is constantly changing. As a result, lawyers must be open to new ideas at every turn. One area of the practice that is experiencing enormous growth is called “new law.” While it may not be a primary focus for all firms, those who do work with this concept can discover that it offers an opportunity to provide help to a wider range of clients and also serves as a means to generate income.
International Law News (ILN) is a quarterly publication of the American Bar Association’s Section on International Law. The publication provides information about and commentary on a variety of issues in the field of international law.
New York City law consists of constitutional, statutory and regulatory laws and ordinances passed by the City Council and signed into law by the Mayor. In addition, the City has a large number of local laws and regulations that govern specific aspects of city life. These are often referred to as “local” laws or regulations, and they make up the majority of the total body of law in the City.
In addition to local laws, the City’s Constitution and Charter contain many provisions that govern how municipal agencies are operated. Various state and federal laws also impact the operations of City agencies. Combined with the local laws, these state and federal laws can be a complex and extensive body of law that regulates the City’s operations.
While some of the laws in this collection were enacted more than 20 years ago, many continue to be relevant and are updated periodically. This collection is a valuable resource for attorneys and researchers who study the history of the American legal system, as well as those interested in how government operates in the United States.
For the convenience of users, this website contains all of the enacted laws and parts of laws that have been amended or repealed since the year 2005. The site includes laws enacted during regular and special legislative sessions, as well as vetoed bills and proposals that did not pass into law. The new laws search page will allow you to filter laws by year, and switch between years on the fly.
SS 205 – Notification of student loan forgiveness programs
The bill would require City agencies to provide employees and job applicants with notice about the availability of state and local student loan repayment assistance programs. The Department of Consumer and Worker Protection (DCWP) would prepare the notice in consultation with other City departments. DCWP would also make the notice available to private employers in the City.
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