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Wednesday, October 26, 2022
12:50 p.m.–1:50 p.m. EST
This panel will provide New York Law School (NYLS) students with an opportunity to learn about careers in public corruption
law, including the work of prosecutors, inspectors general offices, ethics commissions, in-house agency counsel positions, and
non-governmental organizations. Panelists will share their experiences in the public corruption law space and examine the requisite skills to pursue a career in good government.
Katerina Kurteva ’14, Assistant District Attorney, Bronx District Attorney’s Office; Former Inspector General Investigator, NYC Department of Investigations
Lyndsay Ruotolo ’09, First Assistant Attorney General, New Jersey Attorney General’s Office
Michael Siller, Chief Compliance Officer and Counsel, NYLS
Andrew Brunsden, Adjunct Professor, NYLS; Deputy Commissioner of Legal Affairs and General Counsel at New York City Department of Investigation
Wilf Impact Center for Public Interest Law’s Criminal Justice Institute
Criminal Law Society
Office of Public Service and Pro Bono Initiatives