Thursday, August 22, 2019

Chef David Bouley and Dr Jill Baron: Chef & Doctor Series/ Bouley Events NYC

Bouley Events: The Chef and the Doctor

 Chef David Bouley and Dr Jill Baron at Bouley Test Kitchen. 

For more information about the series: https://davidbouley.com/bouley-events/  For more information about Dr Baron https://drjillbaron.com

Artwork by Elizabeth Williams 

Chef David Bouley and Dr Jill Baron
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This immersive dining and educational culinary experience is part of Bouley’s “The Chef 

and the Doctor” series, featuring world-renowned doctors and Chef David Bouley. 

Each event begins with a reception featuring passed canapés and a specialty health tonic 

cocktail, followed by a wellness-inspired five course dinner with wine pairings created 

by Chef David Bouley.



Chef David Bouley in the Test Kitchen 





Bouley Test Kitchen's  most recent crucial presentation to cope with today’s chronically 

busy society –was given by Chef David Bouley and Dr. Jill  Baron. Dr Baron's presentation 



Chef David Bouley giving talk on healthy eating

Dr Jill Baron speaking about her new upcoming book Don't Mess with Stress 



Jill R. Baron, MD, is a board certified Family Physician, who practices Integrative Medicine and Functional Medicine in New York City.  A graduate of Princeton University, the The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and certified by the Institute for Functional Medicine, the American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine, and the North American Menopause Society, Dr. Baron combines conventional primary care with holistic and mind-body therapies to optimize patients’ health.  She is also a graduate of the Institute of Integrative Nutrition in New York City. Dr. Baron is a Visiting Attending Physician at the Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, and a Clinical Assistant Professor of Family Medicine at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. Dr. Baron lectures and speaks about optimal health,and has been a featured guest on several radio and media programs.  She is a Consultant on Dr. Oz’s Sharecare.com website.   She loves to dance, laugh, and have fun, and occasionally play the violin, piano, and tennis, and most of all, use her intuition to guide her life and her patients.  She is the author of the forthcoming book, “Don’t Mess with Stress!™”

Dr Baron's Key Points Below 

Friday, September 14, 2018

FEDERAL BAR ASSOCIATION 2018 ANNUAL MEETING ARTWORK

Illustrations from the 2018 Federal Bar Association Annual Meeting in New York City  Hosted by the SDNY Chapter of the Federal Bar by Aggie Kenny and Elizabeth Williams
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Captain Benjamin Accinelli presents his case to the Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces (Judges: John E. Sparks, Margaret A. Ryan, Chief Judge, Scott W. Stucky, Gregory E. Maggs, Kevin A. Ohlson)
at the Southern District of New York  Federal Court

Captain Marc Sawyer presents his case to the Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces ( Judges: John E. Sparks, Margaret A. Ryan, Chief Judge, Scott W. Stucky, Gregory E. Maggs, Kevin A. Ohlson)
at  Southern District of New York Federal Court

EFFECTIVE REPRESENTATION IN MEDIATION 
Speakers: Simeon H. Baum, President, Resolve Mediation Services, Inc. (Moderator); John D. Feerick, Norris Professor of Law, Fordham University School of Law; John S. Kiernan, Partner, Debevoise & Plimpton; Hon. Frank Maas, U.S. Magistrate Judge (Ret.), JAMS; Paul D. Sarkozi, Partner, Tannenbaum Helpern Syracuse & Hirschtritt LLP
FBA EDNY's Taste of New York Reception, Alan Richman guest of honor

HOW TO WIN A CASE FROM A JUDGE’S PERSPECTIVE Speakers: James M. Wagstaffe, Partner, The Wagstaffe Group (Moderator); Hon. Loretta A. Preska, Senior U.S. District Judge, Southern District of New York



Younger Federal Lawyers Awards Luncheon  Remarks by John D. Feerick, Norris Professor of Law, Fordham University School of Law

TRENDS IN FIRST AMENDMENT POLICING Speakers: Wylie Stecklow, FBA Civil Rights Law National Chair, Wylie Stecklow PLLC, Brandon Del Pozo, Chief, Burlington Police Department


 Morphium Kabarett  performs at the Tribeca Rooftop gala 












Saturday, February 3, 2018

The Bra Ha Ha 2018 Charity Event

The 2018 Bra Ha Ha Charity Event  organized by Andrea Allen, a creative and fun event.

Artwork from the event below.

The Bra Ha Ha 2018 display of creative bra designs highlight of the event




a few select bras

 Note:
 all artwork was drawn on the spot with a Samsung Galaxy Tab A by Elizabeth Williams

Thursday, May 18, 2017

NJSBA Convention 2017 Lawyer Interrupted: Successfully Transitioning From the Traditional Practice of Law

Lawyer Interrupted: Successfully Transitioning From the Traditional Practice of Law
THE WHOLE LAWYER TRACK
Lawyers in Transition CommitteeTwenty years ago, the only career transitions most lawyers made were due to discipline and retirement. Not so today. There is an evolving awareness and acceptance of the versatility of the law degree in a great many fields, including creative fields, previously thought to attract only non-lawyers. Amy Impellizzeri, award-winning author ofLawyer Interrupted, Lemongrass Hope, and Secrets of Worry Dolls will discuss her own transition from a 13-year corporate litigation career - including a decade at Skadden Arps - to her career as a full-time novelist. She will share the pivotal lessons she learned and heeded from creative peers (and fellow interrupted lawyers) including celebrity designer, Jill Donovan and internationally renowned lego brick artist, Nathan Sawaya, among more.



Amy Impellizzeri
Award-winning author of Lawyer InterruptedLemongrass Hope and Secrets of Worry Dolls

Moderator/Speaker:
Kimberly A. Yonta, Esq., NJSBA Treasurer
Yonta Law LLC, New Brunswick

Featured Speaker:Amy Impellizzeri
Award-winning author of Lawyer InterruptedLemongrass Hope and Secrets of Worry Dolls

Speaker:Lauren E. Caesar, Esq., Co-Chair, Lawyers in Transition Committee 
Law Office of Lauren E. Caesar, LLC, Matawan

NJSBA Convention 2017 Standing Tall: Life Lessons Learned from the Court

Standing Tall: Life Lessons Learned from the Court
DIVERSITY TRACK
The NJSBA Diversity Committee presents its Diverse Voices-Distinguished Speaker Series with Coach C. Vivian Stringer at the Annual Diversity Luncheon. The legendary Coach Stringer will share with the audience a first-hand account of her lessons learned from the “basketball” court. Following her keynote address, we will hear from several notable legal professionals who will discuss their own personal stories, lessons learned, obstacles faced, as well as triumphs which have helped shaped their perspective on the practice of law.



Featured Speaker:
C. Vivian Stringer, Head Coach
Rutgers University Women’s Basketball Team 
Round Table Speakers:
Rébécca Bénoit, JD
Thomas R. Klein School of Law at Drexel University
Jeralyn L. Lawrence, Esq. 
Norris, McLaughlin & Marcus, PA, Bridgewater
Angella N. Middleton, Esq.
White & Williams, LLP, Cherry Hill
Joshua H. Reinitz, Esq.
Iacullo Martino, LLC, Nutley

Pursuing Truth and Justice: An Examination of How Independent Courts and an Independent Media are Essential to Our Democracy

Pursuing Truth and Justice: An Examination of How Independent Courts and an Independent Media are Essential to Our Democracy
Media Law Committee and New Jersey State Bar Foundation
History has proven that an independent and aggressive Fourth Estate is an essential watchdog in our democracy. Time and again, history has also proven that an independent judiciary is critical to preserving our rights and protecting our democracy from overreaching by the other branches of government. In 2017, with both the media and our judges and courts under attack, this program will examine the role of journalists today, layered with the role lawyers and the Judiciary have in our democracy, while seeking to address the critical question of whether they can or should get along.



Moderator:Ralph J. Lamparello, Esq., NJSBA Past President
Chasan Lamparello Mallon & Cappuzzo, PC, Secaucus
Speakers:
Tom Cafferty, Esq., Chair, Media Law Committee 
Gibbons, PC, Newark
Kate Coscarelli, Senior Managing Director of Communications and Media Relations New Jersey State Bar Association
Tom Moran, Editorial Page Editor
The Star-Ledger
Paula Saha, Director of Audience and Donor Development
NJ Spotlight 
Charles Stile, Columnist
The Bergen Record

NJSBA Convention 2017 #BLACKLIVESMATTER: Historical and Legal Perspectives on Contemporary Movements for Social Change

#BLACKLIVESMATTER: Historical and Legal Perspectives on Contemporary Movements for Social Change
DIVERSITY TRACK
Diversity Committee, Minorities in the Profession Section, New Jersey State Bar Foundation and New Jersey Supreme Court Committee on Minority ConcernsJoin us to take a historical look at the significant landmark civil rights court cases and social movements that have taken place in the United States that have led to present day progress. 
Raymond M. Brown, Esq., Partner and Co-Founder, International Justice Project
Greenbaum Rowe Smith & Davis, LLP, Woodbridge

Moderator/Speaker:Hon. Hany A. Mawla, J.A.D., t/a
Speakers:Paulette Brown, Esq., Immediate Past President, American Bar Association
Locke Lord, Morristown
Raymond M. Brown, Esq., Partner and Co-Founder, International Justice Project
Greenbaum Rowe Smith & Davis, LLP, Woodbridge