News: The Archive

  • 14 Nov 2014 10:22 AM | Anonymous
    The Muslim Bar Association of New York participated in a Bar Fair in New York City organized by the Network of Bar Leaders.  The Bar Fair provided law students and recent grads an opportunity to learn more about the MuBANY and meet with its leadership.
  • 14 Oct 2014 11:54 AM | Anonymous

    Members of the Muslim Bar Association of New York prepared and served 200 meals to the homeless in Manhattan's Tompkins Square Park for our first annual "MuBANY Fights Hunger" event.

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  • 09 Oct 2014 12:12 PM | Anonymous

    Please join me in congratulating MuBANY Board member, Adeel Mangi, on recently being recognized as one of the National Asian Pacific Bar Association's (NAPABA) "2014 Best Lawyers Under 40".

    Adeel was one of 21 honorees selected from across the United States who have achieved distinction in their filed while demonstrating a strong commitment to the community.

    Congratulations Adeel!

  • 08 Oct 2014 10:17 AM | Anonymous
    Former MuBANY President, Asim Rehman was honored with the Corporate Counsel Award at the 2014 South Asian Bar Association gala dinner.
  • 03 Oct 2014 11:13 AM | Anonymous
    Atif Rehman spoke at a Muslim Legal Professional Network Event at New York Law about the role of the Muslim Bar Associaton and the importance of networking.
  • 03 Oct 2014 10:05 AM | Anonymous

    The new MuBANY Women's  Committee hosted the first of a three part CLE series - Swimming with the Sharks.  Panelists provided members with valuable insight into how to navigate the board room and courtroom.

  • 26 Aug 2014 8:46 AM | Anonymous

    MuBANY serves as host committee for Dudes Against Domestic violence an evening of comedy presented by Dean Obeidallah and Breakthrough, a global human rights organization working to make violence and discrimination against women unacceptable.
  • 14 Aug 2014 10:38 AM | Anonymous
    MuBANY signs letter urging action regarding anti-Muslim training material in law enforcement.

    MuBANY joined other coalition groups in sending a letter to the Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counter-terrorism urging action to end the use of anti0muslim training materials in federal law enforcement FINALCoalitionLetterTrainings_8.14.14(1).pdf
  • 09 Aug 2014 8:50 AM | Anonymous

    MuBANY members volunteered their time for a one day legal clinic in Queens.

  • 07 Aug 2014 8:59 AM | Anonymous

    MuBANY Board members joined other leaders in the Muslim community for an Eid breakfast with New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer.


    Press Statement on Muslim Leaders Breakfast


    Comptroller Stringer Celebrates Eid with Muslim-American Community Leaders of New York City


    New York City Comptroller Scott M. Stringer gathered with over 100 Muslim leaders from across New York City on Wednesday morning at the Municipal Building in lower Manhattan to celebrate Eid.


    Highlighting the contributions Muslim New Yorkers have made for decades to the city, Stringer reflected on their citywide impact: “Today your community is speaking not only about issues of importance to Muslims, like school holidays and Halal food service at public schools, but about concerns essential to every New Yorker like affordable housing, job security and the education and future of our children.”


    Comptroller Stringer urged attendees to continue to build and keep lines of communication open to all communities as a way to help further dialogue and understanding.  Touching on the continuing strife in the Middle East, Stringer said to those gathered that, “In difficult times like these, it’s the strength of the community, respect for each other’s values and a common sense of responsibility that keeps New York City strong and united.”


    Stringer emphasized his belief that it is wrong and unconstitutional for government to treat an entire community with suspicion based on their faith.


    “We should build relationships with our religious communities instead of tearing them down,” the Comptroller said.
    In his role as Comptroller, Stringer encouraged all Muslim-American New Yorkers to continue to expand their participation in civic life.


    “I will ensure your tax dollars are spent wisely on programs that protect our city, while also respecting our fundamental liberties,” he said.


    Thanking the attendees for their commitment to peace, tolerance and community, Stringer closed his remarks celebrating the end of the blessed month of Ramadan by stressing the need to be united against intolerance and prejudice.


    “Acceptance has always been a cornerstone of this city where we speak more than 170 languages from 200 different countries. We must continue that proud tradition,” Stringer said.

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