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  • 04.30.19 Brooklyn Law Team Top 32 in the World, Third in General Rounds at Vis Moot in Vienna; Terry Frederic ’19 Named Top Oralist, Rebecca Meyer ’19 Honorable Mention
    Brooklyn Law Team Third in the World at Vis Moot in Vienna; Terry Frederic ’19 Named Top Oralist, Honorable Mention for Rebecca Meyer ’19

    The team from Brooklyn Law School received the third highest score in the General Rounds—the four rounds that determine which teams will advance to the Elimination Rounds—at the 26th annual Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot held in Vienna in April, with Terry Frederic ’19 capturing the Martin Domke Award, the top honor for best individual oralist, and Rebecca Meyer ’19 awarded Honorable Mention.

  • 03.28.19 Chloe Gordils ’19 Honored with Burton Distinguished Legal Writing Award
    Chloe Gordils ’19

    Chloe Gordils ’19, Executive Articles Editor of the Brooklyn Law Review, was one of 10 law school students nationally to receive the Burton Distinguished Legal Writing Award. She was honored for her note, Google, Charlottesville, and the Need to Protect Private Employees’ Political Speech, 84 Brooklyn Law Review 189 (2018). The awards will be presented at a ceremony on May 20.

  • 03.01.19 John Jozkowski ’19 Named 2019 Immigrant Justice Corps Fellow
    John Jozkowski ’19 Named 2019 Immigrant Justice Corps Fellow

    John Jozkowski ’19 has been selected as a two-year postgraduate Immigrant Justice Corps (IJC) Fellow. He will provide legal assistance to immigrants fighting deportation and seeking lawful status and citizenship.

  • 01.23.19 PipS Fellow Jared Riser ’18 Featured in U.S. News Story about Legal Assistance to Low-income Tenants
    Scales of justice

    Jared Riser ’18 is featured in a Jan. 22 story in U.S. News highlighting the stubbornly high number of eviction cases across the country and the increasing number of cities offering free attorneys to low-income tenants facing eviction as a promising solution. Riser, a Public Interest/Public Service (PipS) Fellow at the Law School who is working with The New York Legal Assistance Group as part of the fellowship program, is  representing Shawn Johnson, a low-income tenant whose story is the focus of the article.