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  • 11.04.10 Brooklyn Law School Alumni Among Top New York Super Lawyers
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    Two hundred ninety-four Brooklyn Law School graduates were recognized in the annual New York Edition of Super Lawyers magazine. Brooklyn Law School ranked 5th in the nation for producing attorneys on this year’s list of outstanding lawyers in the New York metro area. The Law School ranked 47th overall for producing lawyers on all Super Lawyers editions nationwide.

  • 08.25.10 Brooklyn Law School Community Mourns the Loss of Irina Shekhets ‘10
    Irina Shekhets

    The Brooklyn Law School community mourns the tragic loss of its recent graduate, Irina Shekhets ‘10, who was killed in a plane crash in Nepal on her 30th birthday.

  • 08.24.10 Three 2010 Graduates are Selected for Presidential Management Fellowships
    Caitlin Coan

    Three members of the Class of 2010, Caitlin Coan, Nicholas Z. Enrich, and Elyssa B. Feins, have been selected for the prestigious Presidential Management Fellowship Program.

  • 08.10.10 Michael Pope '10 Is Awarded Prestigious Equal Justice Works Fellowship
    Michael Pope

    Michael Pope ’10 was awarded a two-year Equal Justice Works Fellowship as the new Director of the Community Youth Reentry Project (CYRP) at the non-profit organization, Youth Represent. Pope’s passion for social justice is what brought him to Brooklyn Law School.

  • 06.29.10 BLS Faculty Reconnect with Alumni Around the World

    As the Brooklyn Law School alumni base continues to expand worldwide, the Law School has sought ways to continue to reconnect with these graduates and keep them informed on the latest news.

  • 06.07.10 Brooklyn Law School Mourns the Loss of Himan Brown ’31, a Pioneer in Radio
    Himan Brown

    Himan Brown, the classic radio drama creator and producer, died on Friday, June 4, in Manhattan at the age of 99. His work spanned the 20th century and included the immensely popular serials: “The Adventures of the Thin Man”; “Dick Tracy”; and the “CBS Radio Mystery Theater.”

  • 04.27.10 Dennis J. Block ’67 Honored as American Lawyer Dealmaker of the Year for Third Year
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    Dennis J. Block ’67 has been named Dealmaker of the Year by American Lawyer for the third time in his impressive career. Block, a senior partner at Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft and a household name in the world of mergers and acquisitions, offers his expertise as an Adjunct Professor at the Law School, where he teaches advanced corporate law and the Dennis J. Block Center for the Study of International Business Law bears his name in recognition of his distinguished work as an international business lawyer.

  • 04.12.10 Two New Graduate Members Join Board of Trustees
    Scott Selinger

    The Brooklyn Law School Board of Trustees welcomed two outstanding recent graduates to the Board this winter. Kathleen M. Chastaine ’06, an associate in the Private Equity Group at Winston & Strawn LLP, and Scott B. Selinger ’06, an associate in the Acquisition and Leveraged Finance Group at Debevoise & Plimpton LLP, were appointed in December 2009 for a two-year term.

  • 03.17.10 Healing Haiti: BLS Alumnus Aids Disabled Victims
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    In the wake of the devastating earthquake that struck Haiti on January 8, incredible stories of the tragedy’s bravest heroes—donors, rescuers, doctors, and Samaritans—have flooded the media. But closer to home, just a few blocks from the Law School on Pierrepont Street, a solo practitioner with muscular dystrophy is fighting a battle for victims of the earthquake largely forgotten: those with disabilities.

  • 01.06.10 Alum Joshua Bauchner Quoted in the New York Times

    Joshua Bauchner, class of 2001, was quoted in the New York Times about the demographic shift in Harlem that has happened over the past decade.

  • 01.04.10 Brooklyn Law School Mourns the Loss of Percy Sutton '50, a Trailblazing Civil Rights Leader
    Percy Sutton

    Percy Sutton, the pioneering civil rights attorney, political leader and media icon, died on December 26, 2009 at the age of 89. A member of the Class of 1950, he was one of Brooklyn Law School’s most distinguished graduates and one of the nation’s most influential African-American leaders.