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  • 11.19.12 Stephanie D’Agostino ’13 Named Susan Solomon Intern by JALBCA
    Stephanie D'Agostino

    Judges and Lawyers Breast Cancer Alert (JALBCA), an organization dedicated to mobilizing the legal community of the New York City metropolitan area in the fight against breast cancer, has named Stephanie D’Agostino ’13 as its Susan Solomon Intern for 2012/2013.  read more

  • 11.05.12 Prestigious Honors Awarded to Natalie Serra ’13 and Cassye Cole ’14
    Cassye Cole

    The inaugural Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP Diversity Fellowship has been awarded to Cassye Cole ’14.   read more

  • 10.04.12 Sparer Public Interest Law Fellows Initiate Public Interest Conference among New York Area Law Schools
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    Sary Udashkin ’13, a Sparer Public Interest Law Fellow, founded the Public Interest Collective (PIC) with students from twelve New York area law school schools last year.  read more

  • 09.19.12 Incoming Sparer Public Interest Law Fellows Bring Varied Backgrounds and Experiences to Sparer Program
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    Brooklyn Law School is pleased to announce that seven first-year students were selected upon admission for the Edward V. Sparer Public Interest Law Fellowship Program.  read more

  • 08.29.12 Brooklyn Law School Students Participate in Inaugural Orientation Community Service Day
    Community Service

    On August 17, Brooklyn Law School students participated in the Inaugural Orientation Community Service Day, co-sponsored by Brooklyn Law Students for the Public Interest (BLSPI) and the Environmental Law Society.  read more

  • 08.22.12 Douglas Buckley ’13 Wins American Bankruptcy Institute's Law Student Writing Competition
    Douglas Buckley

    Douglas Buckley ’13 was the third place winner of this year’s highly competitive American Bankruptcy Institute’s Law Student Writing Competition.   read more

  • 08.08.12 Six New Fellows Selected for Health Law and Policy Fellowship
    Center for Health Science & Public Policy

    Six rising second-year students have been named recipients of the Law School’s Health Law and Policy Fellowship.  read more

  • 06.27.12 Fifteen Graduating Students Awarded Michael Madow Bar Grant
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    Brooklyn Law Students for the Public Interest (BLSPI) awarded its 2012 Michael Madow Bar Grant to 15 graduates who demonstrated a commitment to public interest legal work to defray bar exam costs.  read more

  • 06.22.12 Benjamin Falber ’12 Wins Two National Writing Competitions
    Benjamin Falber

    Benjamin Falber ’12 won two national student writing competition awards for his research in environmental law.  read more

  • 05.22.12 Zachary Kuperman ’12 Wins the Burton Award for Legal Achievement
    Zachary Kuperman

    Brooklyn Law School student Zachary Kuperman ’12 has been selected as a recipient of a Burton Award for Legal Achievement for his note, “Cutting the Baby in Half: An Economic Critique of Indivisible Resources Partition,” which was published in the Fall 2011 issue of the Brooklyn Law Review.  read more

  • 05.03.12 Olga Vlasova '13 Discusses Mental Illness and the Death Penalty in The Jurist
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    Olga Vlasova '13 was a featured guest columnist in The Jurist, arguing for the prohibition of the death penalty for severely mentally ill convicts.  read more

  • 04.19.12 Rebeccah Golubock Watson ’12 Wins Georgetown University Law Center’s Women’s Law and Public Policy Fellowship
    Becca Watson

    Rebeccah Golubock Watson ’12 was awarded the prestigious Women’s Law and Public Policy Fellowship from Georgetown University Law Center, the second in a row that a Brooklyn Law School student received this fellowship.   read more

  • 04.19.12 BLS Students Awarded Bergstrom Child Welfare Law Summer Fellowships
    Kathryn Hensley

    Kathryn Hensley ’13 and Kira Ewig ’13 have been awarded the Bergstrom Child Welfare Law Summer Fellowship, which encourages outstanding law students nationwide to pursue careers in child advocacy.  read more

  • 04.13.12 Four BLS Students Become First Interns for the NYS Bar Association's Real Property Law Section
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    Four BLS students will be the first interns for the New York State Bar Association's real property law section next fall.   read more

  • 02.29.12 Brooklyn Law School Students among the First Interns in the State Bar Real Property Law Section’s New Internship Program
    Brooklyn Law School Students among the First Interns in the State Bar

    Brooklyn Law School Students among the First Interns in the State Bar Real Property Law Section’s New Internship Program.  read more

  • 02.29.12 Miles Schreiner ’12 Wins American College of Legal Medicine Student Writing Competition
    Miles Schreiner ’12 Wins American College of Legal Medicine Student Writing Competition

    Miles Schreiner ’12 Wins American College of Legal Medicine Student Writing Competition.  read more

  • 02.27.12 Recent Safe Harbor Clinic Victories
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    Sayeda Abbas ’12, Dina Kleyman ’12, and Shannon Karam ’12 began working in the Safe Harbor Clinic in Spring 2011.  read more

  • 02.22.12 Twenty New BLSPI Fellows Chosen for 2012
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    Brooklyn Law Students for the Public Interest (BLSPI) recently announced the recipients of the 2012 BLSPI Fellowship.  read more

  • 02.08.12 Kalish Bell ’12 Awarded Forchelli Diversity Fellowship
    Kalish Bell

    Kalish Bell ’12 has been awarded a 2011-2012 Forchelli, Curto, Deegan, Schwartz, Mineo, Cohn & Terrana, LLP Diversity Fellowship.   read more

  • 02.08.12 First Year Student Wins Best Oral Advocate at Northeast Region Thurgood Marshall Mock Trial Competition
    Sylvester Yavana

    Sylvester Yavana ’14 won “Best Oral Advocate” at the recent Northeast Region Thurgood Marshall Mock Trial Competition, which was held during the Northeast Black Law Students Association (NEBLSA) 2012 Convention in West Harrison, New York.  read more

  • 02.07.12 Gault Fellowship Awarded to Sparer Fellow David Shapiro ’12
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    David Shapiro ’12 has been awarded the prestigious post-graduate Gault Fellowship. For the next two years, Shapiro will work at the National Juvenile Defender Center (NJDC) in Washington, D.C., performing extensive legal work for NJDC and assisting with the provision of training and technical assistance to the juvenile defense community.   read more

  • 01.30.12 Michael A. Sabino ’12 Wins the National Law Review Winter 2011 Student Legal Writing Contest
    Michael Sabino

    Michael A. Sabino ’12 was named the December winner of the Winter 2011 Student Legal Writing Contest sponsored by the National Law Review (NLR) for his article, “Football and Antitrust Law: American Needle v. NFL and Its Meaning for Combinations in Restraint of Trade and the Rule of Reason in the 21st Century.”  read more

  • 01.19.12 Corporate and Real Estate Clinic Students Close a $400,000 Loan for Low-Income Co-op in Harlem
    Debra Bechtel

    In the midst of finals on December 15, 2011, corporate and real estate clinic students Nandini Sur ’12 and Stephanie La Carrubba ’12 conducted a loan closing for a Harlem building.  read more