List of Albany Law School alumni

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This is a partial list of those who attended Albany Law School. Alumni are categorized by each alumnus or alumna's most distinguishing accomplishments.



Justice Robert H. Jackson
Justice David Josiah Brewer


William McKinley, 25th President of the United States.
Andrew Cuomo, Governor of the State of New York.
Jeanine Pirro
Governor Tom Vilsack in 2008.



Megyn Kelly news anchor, Fox News Channel


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