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Righting Wrongs at CUNY Law: New Approaches to Student Recruitment

December 16, 2013

Nationwide, law school applications are down almost 40 percent since 2010, according to the Law School Admission Council, in part because of the criticism of law schools.

Rebecca Seawright: “There’s Work to Do”

December 16, 2013

Moving through New York’s legal and social justice communities, we see the impact of CUNY School of Law everywhere.

Giving Thanks

December 16, 2013

President Calvin Coolidge believed that “no person was ever honored for what he received. Honor has been the reward
for what he gave.”

CUNY Law Impact: Sina Choi

December 16, 2013

As a staff attorney at Housing Works, an organization that battles AIDS and homelessness, Sina Choi (’08) is on the frontlines assisting people living with HIV/AIDS.

CUNY Law Impact: Jessica Reed

December 12, 2013

Wander the hallways of Bronx Housing Court, and you might just catch Jessica Reed (’07) shouting out the name of a law firm, trying to locate a landlord’s opposing counsel before locking into battle, and advocating for her client.

CUNY Law Impact: Pavita Krishnaswamy

December 11, 2013

Since graduating from CUNY Law School, Pavita Krishnaswamy (’02) has had a long-lived, 11-year tenure at the same organization: South Brooklyn Legal Services, a program of Legal Services NYC.

CUNY Law Impact: Odella Woodson

December 10, 2013

Protecting the rights of clients who are HIV-positive or who have AIDS is something Odella Woodson (’03) has done for about a decade, representing them in housing court or family court.

CUNY Law Impact: Christa Douaihy

December 9, 2013

For Christa Douaihy (’08), the roots of her HIV/AIDS justice work go deep, back to the early 1990s in Scranton, PA.

CUNY Law Impact: Ira Needleman

December 6, 2013

For Ira Needleman (’96), HIV/AIDS work came hand-in-hand with a return to his home city of New York. After graduating first from John Jay College of Criminal Justice and later CUNY Law School, Needleman worked in Pennsylvania, Westchester, and Rochester, starting in general practice, and then moving into custody and domestic violence cases, and, at […]

CUNY Law Impact: Randy Petsche

December 5, 2013

Randy Petsche (’89) had 14 years of experience in landlord-tenant law and a number of years as a volunteer tenants’ organizer on the lower west side of Manhattan before joining Bronx AIDS Services (BAS).

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