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  • 04.05.19 Marty Singer ’77 and Andrew Brettler ’05 Named to Hollywood Reporter’s 2019 Power Lawyer List; Allen Grubman ’67 Named Legal Legend
    Marty Singer ’77 and Andrew Brettler ’05 Named to Hollywood Reporter’s 2019 Power Lawyer List; Allen Grubman ’67 Named Legal Legend

    Hollywood Reporter has named Marty Singer ’77 and Andrew Brettler ’05 of Lavely Singer to its 13th annual Power Lawyers 2019 Top 100 Attorneys list. The magazine selected Allen Grubman ’67, senior partner, Grubman Shire Meiselas & Sacks, as a Legal Legend.

  • 02.19.19 Charles A. Montorio-Archer ’01 Named President and CEO of One Hope United
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    Charles A. Montorio-Archer ’01, a New York nonprofit entrepreneur, child and family advocate, attorney, and author, has been named president and CEO of the Chicago-based One Hope United, one of the oldest and most respected human service nonprofits in the country. Montorio-Archer, the first African American CEO of the 124-year old organization, assumed the leadership position in January following a national search. 

  • 02.15.19 Brooklyn Law School Honors Distinguished Graduates at Annual Alumni Association Luncheon
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    More than 350 Brooklyn Law School alumni, faculty, trustees, and guests gathered at the Mandarin Oriental, New York, on Feb. 8 for the annual Alumni Association Luncheon. Honored as Alumni of the Year were Hon. Rosalyn Richter ’79, Associate Justice of the Appellate Division, First Department; and Professor Linda Feldman '83, founder and past director of Brooklyn Law School’s Academic Success Program. Leslie (Lee) Wellington '13, executive director at Urban Manufacturing Alliance (UMA), was recognized with the Rising Star award.

  • 02.07.19 Gail Ennis ’98 Takes Office as Inspector General for the Social Security Administration
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    Gail Ennis ’98 was sworn in as the Inspector General for the Social Security Administration (SSA) by Acting Commissioner of Social Security Nancy Berryhill on Jan. 29. President Donald Trump nominated Ennis for the position in Oct. 2017, and the Senate confirmed her nomination on Jan. 2.