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    06.24.15 Eulas G. Boyd Jr. Named New Dean of Admissions at Brooklyn Law School
    Eulas Boyd

    Brooklyn Law School is pleased to announce the appointment of Eulas G. Boyd Jr. as its new Dean of Admissions. He succeeds Henry W. Haverstick III, who retired after 42 years at the Law School.

    Boyd, who has been praised as one of the country’s most innovative recruitment leaders, brings years of experience in talent acquisition and law school admissions at the highest level. In addition, he holds a J.D. from Harvard Law School and he spent the early part of his career as a litigator, including five years at Cravath, Swaine & Moore.

    “We had a stellar group of candidates in the national search,” Dean Nick Allard said. “However, Eulas was the clear choice for the position. Given his experience, expertise, intelligence, and talent, I am confident he will be an outstanding Admissions Dean and will further raise Brooklyn Law School’s profile and reputation at the national and global levels.”

    Dean Allard further noted that this is an exciting time to be working in law school admissions, and in particular at Brooklyn Law School. “The Law School is leading the way to prepare students for the rapidly changing legal profession by offering innovative programs and a range of flexible options to earn their degrees.” he said. “Dean Boyd will be at the forefront of recruiting talented students who are looking for that ‘Brooklyn edge’ in legal education.”

    Prior to joining Brooklyn Law School, Boyd served as the Director of Talent Acquisition and Workforce Planning for the global nonprofit CFA Institute. There, he successfully managed CFA’s strategic workforce expansion, assisting its growth from approximately 350 employees to nearly 600 employees and in staffing new locations in Mumbai, India, and Beijing, China.

    Before his work at CFA, he was the Director of Admissions at Columbia Law School, where he contributed to the recruitment of several incoming classes, was responsible for technology enhancements, and helped raise the school’s statistical profiles. In addition, he worked at Goldman Sachs as a Vice President in the Human Capital Management division and held a number of critical talent acquisition roles, including co-leading diversity recruiting initiatives across the Americas.

    Earlier in Boyd’s career, he was a litigator with Cravath; Loeb & Loeb; and Hahn & Hessen for nine years following graduation from Harvard Law School. He also taught legal research and writing as an adjunct professor at Cardozo Law School.

    Boyd received his bachelor’s degree from Cornell University. He and his wife, Ghazalle Badiozamani Boyd, live in Brooklyn.