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  • 01.16.18 Business Boot Camp Helps Prepare Students for New World of Law
    Business Boot Camp 2018

    Brooklyn Law School held its sixth annual Business Boot Camp, which gives students an opportunity to learn from alumni business leaders and entrepreneurs during a four-day “mini MBA” winter session course led by Professor Michael Gerber and presented in collaboration with Deloitte Financial Advisory Services and John P. Oswald ’84, President and Chief Executive Officer Capital Trust Group and member of the Board of Trustees.

  • 01.09.18 Professor Sabeel Rahman’s Research on American Democracy Highlighted in Washington Monthly
    Professor K. Sabeel Rahman

    There is a major democratic participation problem in the United States, particularly among the young, minorities, and lower-income people, and fixing it starts at the local level, according to a white paper coauthored by Professor K. Sabeel Rahman and cited in a recent Washington Monthly article by Hollie Russon-Gilman and Elena Souris.

  • 01.03.18 Timothy Sini ’05 Takes Office as Suffolk County District Attorney
    Timothy Sini ’05 Elected Suffolk County District Attorney

    Timothy Sini ’05 was sworn in as the district attorney of Suffolk County, N.Y., on Jan. 2, with Professor Elizabeth Schneider, who worked closely with Sini when he was a law student, seated on the stage as his special guest. The oath of office was administered by New York Senator Charles Schumer.

  • 01.03.18 Professor Heidi K. Brown on Fear and Lawyering in the ABA Journal
    Heidi Brown

    Professor Heidi K. Brown kicked off the new year with an article in the ABA Journal about acknowledging—and conquering—fear of lawyering.

  • 01.03.18 ‘Still Serving’ at Age 93, Federal Judge I. Leo Glasser ‘48 Profiled in New York Law Journal
    I. Leo Glasser '48

    I. Leo Glasser ’48, U.S. District Court Judge of the Eastern District of New York and former dean of the Law School, is the subject of a New York Law Journal Still Serving” profile—a series featuring active judges who are older than 90. After graduating from the Law School in 1948, Glasser, 93, served on its faculty until 1969, when he was appointed as a judge of the New York Family Court. He returned to Brooklyn Law School in 1977 to serve as dean, a position he held until 1981 when he was nominated to the federal bench by President Ronald Reagan. He has presided over many high-profile federal cases, including the trials of mob bosses John Gotti and Vincent Gigante, and the securities fraud case against former Computer Associates CEO Sanjay Kumar.