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  • 12.10.15 Moot Court Teams Score Major Victories
    Moot Court Victory

    The Brooklyn Law School Moot Court Honor Society achieved significant victories in competitions this fall, further advancing its reputation as one of the most distinguished and successful moot court programs in the nation.

  • 12.07.15 Azizah Ahmad ’18 and Katherine Zhang ’17 Honored by National Asian Pacific American Bar Association
    Azizah Ahmad Katherine Zhang

    Azizah Ahmad ’18 and Katherine Zhang ’17 were recognized for their leadership at the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA) Law Foundation Nov. 7 at the NAPABA Rising Convention at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside.

  • 11.10.15 Students and Faculty Help to Meet the Legal Needs of NYC Veterans
    Veterans Day

    More than a quarter-million veterans currently live in New York City, many with significant needs for legal and social services tailored to their particular issues, including housing, employment, and healthcare. Brooklyn Law School students, faculty, and alumni are working on several fronts to help veterans throughout the five boroughs navigate the legal and social services systems that can prove daunting to those who have limited resources or health concerns.

  • 09.03.15 Jonathan Wong ’17 named a 2015 Outstanding Filipinos in New York
    Brooklyn Law School - Jonathan Wong '17

    Jonathan Wong ’17 will be honored with the Outstanding Filipino Americans in New York (TOFA-NY) Award this October in recognition of being the youngest Filipino American elected to office in Mahwah, NJ.

  • 08.20.15 New Students Welcomed at Annual Convocation Ceremony
    Convocation 2015

    Brooklyn Law School welcomed a new entering class of more than 400 students at the annual Convocation Ceremony on Aug. 18. The event kicked off in the Law School courtyard, where new students, faculty, and staff assembled and then processed to the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York on Cadman Plaza.

  • 08.11.15 Jonathan Soto ’16 named Senior Community Liaison by Mayor de Blasio
    Jonathan Soto

    Jonathan Soto ’16 has been appointed as Senior Community Liaison in the Community Affairs Unit of City Hall by Mayor Bill de Blasio.

  • 08.04.15 Brooklyn Law School Students Selected for Prestigious Fellowships
    Brooklyn Law School Fellows

    Each year, Brooklyn Law School students are awarded coveted fellowships that offer opportunities to gain valuable professional experience and careers, work with seasoned attorneys and judges, and delve deeper into their areas of interest in law. The summer of 2015 is no exception, as BLS students have been awarded the following fellowships.

  • 05.19.15 Securities Arbitration Clinic Featured in The National Law Journal
    Securities Arbitration Clinic

    The May 18 National Law Journal article, “Securities Arbitration Clinic Opens Students' Eyes,” highlighted Brooklyn Law School’s Securities Arbitration Clinic as one of a half-dozen innovative clinics across the nation.

  • 05.06.15 Ting Poon '15 and Paola Uriarte '14 Named 2015 Immigrant Justice Corps Fellows
    Immigrant Justice Corps Fellows

    Ting Poon ‘15 and Paola Uriarte ’14 have been selected as two-year postgraduate Immigrant Justice Corps (IJC) Fellows. Joining Scott Foletta ’14, who began his IJC fellowship last fall, they will provide legal assistance to immigrants seeking citizenship and fighting deportation.

  • 04.15.15 Second Annual CUBE Innovators Competition Rewards Student Ingenuity
    Brooklyn Law School CUBE Innovators Patrick Mock Paula Collins

    Five students received seed money to launch new startups after winning the second annual Center for Urban Business Entrepreneurship (CUBE) Innovators Competition on April 9. The purpose of the competition is to address legal issues and structures affecting entrepreneurial ventures and legal services for entrepreneurs. Students present their proposals before a panel of judges.

  • 03.25.15 Brooklyn Law School Teams Score Major Moot Court Victories
    Brooklyn Law School Moot Court Honor Society students

    Brooklyn Law School Moot Court Honor Society continued to rack up major victories in recent national and international competitions, further fortifying its reputation as one of the most distinguished and accomplished moot court programs in the nation.

  • 03.17.15 BLSA Excels at Thurgood Marshal Mock Trial Competition
    BLSA Students

    Two teams from Brooklyn Law School’s Black Law Students Association (BLSA) competed in the Thurgood Marshall Mock Trial Competition, hosted by the Northeast Black Law Students Association (NEBLSA) in Mystic, Connecticut, on February 7 and 8.

  • 03.03.15 Philip Guffy ’15 Wins Distinguished Student Award from the American College of Bankruptcy
    Brooklyn Law School Student Philip Guffy

    Philip Guffy ’15 is one of only six students who were selected from across the nation as Distinguished Law Students for 2015 by the American College of Bankruptcy (ACB).

  • 02.12.15 REFinBlog Expands Scope with New Fellows
    Serenna McCloud Shea Cunningham

    REFinBlog.com, the blog created and edited by Professor David Reiss to cover real estate finance, has added new fellows Shea Cunningham ’16 and Serenna McCloud ’16 to its staff. They will be known as Center for Urban Business Entrepreneurship (CUBE) REFinBlog Fellows. REFinBlog is a member of the Law Professor Blogs Network.