Scott L. Hazan
I am pleased to introduce myself as the new president of the Brooklyn Law School Alumni Association. Having participated as an officer and a director of the Association for many years, I am honored to take on the challenges of this new position.
Brooklyn Law School has steadily built a reputation for excellence. By every measure — faculty, students, curriculum, clinics, fellowship programs, centers, and facilities — we have made our mark as one of the nation’s top law schools. Our graduates are known as high achievers with an unequalled ability to hit the ground running. They can thrive in any legal environment.
There are many ways to get involved and stay connected to the Brooklyn Law School community:
- Join the Alumni Association. You will receive library privileges and the ability to earn CLE credits at a discounted rate through our academic programs.
- Attend one of our many alumni networking receptions or academic programs on cutting-edge legal topics.
- Volunteer as an Alumni Mentor and enjoy sharing your knowledge and expertise with a student.
- Donate any amount you can to the Annual Fund. You will be supporting the growth of our curriculum and our ability to attract leading faculty. You will also be underwriting scholarships and special programs — everything that enhances the value of a Brooklyn Law School education.
- Hire a Brooklyn Law student or graduate. You will be helping the Law School and, at the same time, benefitting from employing a highly qualified, competent, and intelligent lawyer.
Of course, few among us have been unaffected by the economic downturn. Yet we as alumni have one asset to rely on that has demonstrated consistent growth — a great legal education. We owe it to ourselves and the next generation of lawyers to support the Law School. I look forward to meeting you soon at one of our many exciting programs. Also, we welcome your ideas. Please feel free to contact me through the Law School or Caitlin Monck-Marcellino ’02, Director of Alumni Relations, with any suggestions you may have.
Scott L. Hazan ’73
President, Brooklyn Law School Alumni Association