Hank Greenberg Hank Greenberg: The Laws That Guide A Public Health Crisis By Hank Greenberg • Mar 24, 2020 Listen Listening... / 5:33 The fast-moving novel coronavirus has upended life as we know it in a blink of an eye. Hank Greenberg: The Apolitical Administration Of Justice, An American Birthright By Hank Greenberg • Mar 10, 2020 Listen Listening... / 4:35 Engraved on the front of the U.S. Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C. are the words: “Equal Justice Under Law.” Hank Greenberg: It's Time To Legalize Pot In NY By Hank Greenberg • Feb 11, 2020 Listen Listening... / 5:31 You may be surprised to hear that the New York State Bar Association supports the legalization of adult-use recreational marijuana. Hank Greenberg: A Cancer In The Body Politic By Hank Greenberg • Jan 8, 2020 Listen Listening... / 4:29 The holiday season is a time of joy and goodwill. We join in celebration with friends and family in the presumably safe havens of our homes and houses of worship. Hank Greenberg: The Oath By Hank Greenberg • Jan 2, 2020 Listen Listening... / 3:36 “I solemnly swear that in all things appertaining to the trial of the impeachment of President Donald John Trump, now pending, I will do impartial justice according to the Constitution and laws: So help me God.'' Hank Greenberg: Simplifying The NY Court System By Hank Greenberg • Nov 27, 2019 Listen Listening... / 4:37 For decades, leaders of the judiciary, bar associations and good government groups have highlighted the need to modernize New York’s court system. Hank Greenberg: On Being Agreeably Disagreeable By Hank Greenberg • Oct 31, 2019 Listen Listening... / 3:33 There is an ancient saying: "May you live in interesting times." This expression is intended to be ironic. It reflects anxiety and fear about current events or perhaps even the future. Hank Greenberg: Lawyers And Depression By Hank Greenberg • Oct 2, 2019 Listen Listening... / 4:23 One of America’s greatest lawyers, judges and public servants was Charles Evans Hughes.