Penelope Andrews, an associate dean at the City University of New York School of Law, will become president and dean of Albany Law School in June. Andrews will be the first woman president of Albany Law since it opened in 1851. Mary Ann Cody, chair of the school’s board of trustees, said Andrew’s training and background make her ideal to lead Albany Law. “Legal education is facing unprecedented challenges, and we feel Dean Andrews has the vision and skills to capitalize on our school’s unique strengths to meet those challenges,” she said.
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