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  • 12.13.11 Barry Salzberg ’77 Honored at Inaugural Robert B. Catell Awards Dinner for Civic Leadership
    Barry Salzberg
    On December 6, Brooklyn Law School honored Barry Salzberg ’77, CEO of Deloitte Touche Tomatsu Limited, and eight individuals for their commitment and service to their respective communities, at its inaugural Robert B. Catell Awards Dinner for Civic Leadership.
  • 12.09.11 Thomas Curtin ’11 Named National Finalist in American Constitution Society National Student Writing Competition
    Thomas Curtin

    Thomas Curtin ’11, a first-year associate in the Financial Restructuring Group at Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP, was named a National Finalist in the Constance Baker Motley National Student Writing Competition run by the American Constitution Society (ACS) and the University of Pennsylvania.

  • 11.07.11 Erin Shinneman ’11 Places Second in Brown Award for Excellence in Legal Writing
    Erin Shinneman

    Erin Shinneman ’11, a first-year associate in the commercial litigation group at Chadbourne & Parke, placed second in the 18th annual Judge John R. Brown Scholarship Foundation’s Brown Award for Excellence in Legal Writing Competition.

  • 11.02.11 Fred Feingold ’69 Makes Tax Law Come Alive at International Economic Forum
    Fred Feingold

    International business law (IBL) students had the opportunity to hear from Fred Feingold ’69, senior partner at Feingold & Alpert and international tax law expert, on a range of issues related to tax law at a recent international economic forum sponsored by the Dennis J. Block Center for International Business Law.

  • 10.26.11 Bowen Ranney ’11 Argues Case Before Second Circuit Court of Appeals
    photo of student and professor

    Bowen (“Bo”) Ranney ‘11 recently graduated from Law School, but his work with Professor Ursula Bentele’s Capital Defender and Habeas Clinic wasn’t finished.

  • 10.14.11 Brooklyn Law School Alumni Among Top New York Super Lawyers
    Gerald Shargel

    Three hundred and twenty-six Brooklyn Law School graduates were recognized in the annual New York Edition of Super Lawyers Magazine, which featured Gerald Shargel ‘69 on the cover.

  • 10.13.11 Amy Hsieh ’11 Wins Georgetown University Law Center’s Women’s Law and Public Policy Fellowship to Practice Policy Work on Behalf Women Living with HIV/AIDS
    Amy Hsieh

    Amy Hsieh ’11 was awarded the prestigious Women’s Law and Public Policy Fellowship from Georgetown University Law Center, the first for a Brooklyn Law School graduate. The fellowship is designed to provide professional development opportunities for attorneys who are dedicated to using their legal talents to advance women’s rights. Through this fellowship, Hsieh will advocate on behalf of women living with HIV/AIDS in international communities by working at the public interest organization, ICW Global (International Community of Women Living with HIV/AIDS).

  • 09.14.11 Sean M. Ryan '92 Elected Assemblyman for New York's 144th District
    image of flyer

    In a landslide special election, Sean M. Ryan '92 was chosen as the new assemblyman for New York state's 144th District in Buffalo.

  • 07.17.11 Larry Silverstein '55 Profiled by Crain's New York
    Larry Silverstein

    Crain's New York recently interviewed Larry Silverstein '55, the developer overseeing the rebuilding the World Trade Center.

  • 06.11.11 Former Head of Ticketmaster Fredric D. Rosen '69 Profiled by The New York Times
    Alumni in the News

    Former head of Ticketmaster, Fredric D. Rosen '69 was profiled by The New York Times for his newest business venture--cutting out sports and concert event middlemen, such as Ticketmaster.

  • 05.23.11 Barry Salzberg '77 & Martin D. Singer '77 Profiled in The New York Times

    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.

  • 05.06.11 Coco Culhane ’10 Awarded Equal Justice Works Fellowship
    Coco Culhane

    Brooklyn Law School alumna Coco Culhane ’10 has received the coveted Equal Justice Works Fellowship.