Your Class Network

Ever wonder what's going on with your former classmates? Welcome to Class Notes online where you can stay abreast of the latest professional activities and other important milestones in your classmates' lives. Visit often, as we are frequently updating the site, with information compiled from alumni, including news published in local and national media.

Cara A. Bilotta joined Robinson & Cole LLP as an associate. Her practice involves all aspects of corporate and transactional law, including mergers and acquisitions, private equity and venture capital transactions, securities law and compliance, and general corporate matters. (8/29/2016)

David Gerard runs a virtual solo practice in New York City, focusing primarily on real estate, trademark/copyright, and business start-up guidance. He also operates a real estate brokerage, Brickwall Realty. His websites are www.davidgerardlaw.com and www.brickwallrealtynyc.com. (9/9/2016)

Dong Joo Lee, a U.S. Navy judge advocate, recently transferred from Norfolk, Virginia to the Washington D.C. area to start working as a prosecutor at the Office of the Chief Prosecutor, Office of the Military Commissions. (10/4/2016)

Patrick J. Mulqueen joined Goldberg Segalla as an associate in the firm’s global insurance services practice group in Newark. He represents insurers, professionals, and companies in commercial coverage, professional and products liability, and personal injury. He was previously with Tompkins, McGuire, Wachenfeld & Barry. (6/16/2017)

Andrew Rausa joined Facebook as advertising and privacy counsel, working out of the company’s Menlo Park, California, campus. He previously served as corporate counsel at Undertone, facilitating the company’s sale to Perion in 2015. (7/13/2016)

Catherine M. Taylor has been elevated to principal at Citrin Cooperman. She focuses her practice in the area of trusts and estates. (8/29/2016)

Dwayne Allen Thomas graduated from the Master of Applied Positive Psychology program at the University of Pennsylvania. His thesis, “Channeling the River: Using Positive Psychology to Prevent Cultural Helplessness, as Applied to African-American Law Students” [link] is based on research he began as a student at Brooklyn Law School. (8/29/2016)

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