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.
Richard Grayson, who maintains his practice in White Plains, was named a 2016 “New York Area Best Lawyer” in the area of ethics and professional responsibility law. He represents judges and lawyers facing sanctions for ethics violations or charges of misconduct. (3/4/2016)
Colin A. Moore was honored by the nonprofit 21st Century Leadership Now as part of Guyana’s Golden Jubilee of Independence celebrations. Moore, a public speaker and political analyst, was recognized for his contributions to uplift his country and fellow citizens. He is the author of several academic papers, including “The Berbice Insurgency of 1763” and “The Venezuela/Guyana Border Controversy.” (8/26/2016)
Vincent F. Pitta and Vito R. Pitta ’11, partners of Pitta & Giblin, LLP, recently founded two additional affiliate law firms. Pitta Giblin & Baione LLP and Pitta Giblin Zaremba & Brown PLLC will focus on the representation of individuals seeking 9/11-related illness compensation and individuals injured in construction site accidents, respectively. Pitta & Giblin LLP continues to focus its practice in traditional union-side labor law, employee benefits law, and campaign finance law. (8/26/2016)
Esmeralda Simmons, founder and executive director of the Center for Law and Social Justice (CLSJ) at Medgar Evers College, was honored at the Center’s 30th Anniversary Celebration and Gala in September. CLSJ provides advocacy, training, and services to people of African descent and the disenfranchised and sponsors advocacy projects and litigation in the areas of housing and employment discrimination, police and racial violence, public education, voting rights, immigration, and United States human rights violations. (3/3/2017)