Hazel Weiser

Hazel Weiser

retired law school professor and nonprofit leader

My legal degree provided me with a wealth of opportunities: law practice with an emphasis on plaintiff's antitrust cases and later criminal defense; law teaching and administration; nonprofit leadership; and now in retirement, work with voting rights.  Theater, art, cooking and travel keep me energized and inspired.  Politics keep me vigilant.

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Who Am I?

by Hazel Weiser
Archie enjoying the outdoors
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King Lear’s Last Roar

by Hazel Weiser
New York Appellate Division, First Department off Madison Square Park
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Unlearning Fear

by Hazel Weiser
One of my mother's favorite flowers
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My Mother’s Gifts to Me

by Hazel Weiser
The former Morgans Hotel paused in renovation
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What We Might Have Lost

by Hazel Weiser
Untitled by Nina Glaser, used with permission
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Finding Compassion With Our Reluctant Neighbors

by Hazel Weiser
From my living room window
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In the Middle of the Night

by Hazel Weiser
Portuguese Synagogue in Amsterdam
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A Precious Human Life

by Hazel Weiser
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Raising a Daughter Has Made Me a Better Woman

by Hazel Weiser
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After I Downsized, I Found an Entirely New Community

by Hazel Weiser
Painting by Ginger Polisner based on a photograph by Hazel Weiser
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Being Hazel

by Hazel Weiser

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People look for retreats for themselves, in the country, by the coast, or in the hills . . . There is nowhere that a person can find a more peaceful and trouble-free retreat than in his own mind. . . . So constantly give yourself this retreat, and renew yourself.

- MARCUS AURELIUS

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