Brooklyn Law School has produced countless alumni who have found great success in their fields. Two accomplished members of the class of 1977 were featured in The New York Times Sunday Business edition.
Barry Salzberg '77 was interviewed by Adam Bryant as he transitions from chief executive of Deloitte LLP to global chief executive of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu. He discussed lessons he learned early in his career, the importance of preparedness and transparency, and other factors that have led to his success in the company.
Martin D. Singer ’77 is partner at Lavely & Singer, a boutique firm that has emerged as a leader in handling celebrity defamation and contract disputes. His high-profile cases have included defending Jeremy Piven from a breach of contract lawsuit after dropping out of “Speed-the-Plow” on Broadway, suing Warner Brothers Television for firing Charlie Sheen from the show “Two and a Half Men,” and protecting former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger in several suits filed by people who claimed they were targets of his smear campaigns.
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