Adjunct

Distinguished Adjunct Faculty

Andrew R. Berman, A.B. 1984, Princeton University; J.D. 1988, NYU School of Law. Partner in the law firm of Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP.

Adele Bernhard, B.A. 1972, NYU College of Arts and Science; J.D. 1976, NYU School of Law
Course: Post-Conviction Innocence Clinic

David Epstein, B.A. 1972, New York University; J.D. 1975, Brooklyn Law School.
Courses: Drafting: Contracts; Principles of Legal Analysis

James Hagy, B.A. 1975, Case Western Reserve University; J.D. 1978, Case Western Reserve University; Jones Day (retired), former Worldwide Chair of Corporate Real Estate Services and Worldwide Co-Chair of General Real Estate; Founder and Managing Director, Rooftops Group, LLC.
Courses: Corporate Real Estate; International Real Estate Law; Real Estate Transactions in a Global Marketplace

Lawrence Lederman, B.A. 1957, Brooklyn College; LL.B. 1966, New York University. Partner and chairman of the Global Corporate Practice, Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy, LLP.
Courses: Mergers & Acquisitions; Corporate Boards

F. Peter Phillips ’87, A.B. 1971, Dartmouth College; 1975, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art;  J.D. 1987, NYLS; Arbitrator, Mediator, and ADR Consultant, Business Conflict Management LLC; Director, Alternative Dispute Resolution Skills Program; Co-Advisor, Dispute Resolution Team; Coach, ICC International Mediation Competition Team; Coach, Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot
Courses: Negotiation: Theory and Practice and Alternative Dispute Resolution

Peter J. Strauss, A.B. 1957, Bowdoin College; J.D. 1961, NYU School of Law; Senior Partner, Pierro, Connor & Strauss, LLC
Courses: Elder Law and Aging in America, and Elder Law and Guardianship Field Placement and Seminar

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Daniel Abraham ’99, B.A. 1994, University of Florida; J.D. 1999, New York Law School. Principal Court Attorney, Law Department, New York Supreme Court.
Courses: Judicial Externship Seminar; Drafting: Judicial Opinions; Drafting: General Principles


Chitra Aiyar, B.A., B.S. 1997, University of California at Berkeley; J.D. 2004, New York University School of Law; Staff Attorney, African Services Committee
Course: Negotiating, Counseling, and Interviewing


Jayni Edelstein Alegria ’92, B.A. 1988, University of Wisconsin-Madison; J.D. 1992, NYLS; LL.M. Columbia University, Counsel, Fischer & Mandell LLP
Courses: International Human Rights Seminar & Workshop


Whitney P. Ames, B.A. 1991, University of California, Berkeley; J.D. 1997, University of San Francisco School of Law; Senior Vice President – General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, The Karfunkel Family
Course: Mergers and Acquisitions


Brigitte Amiri, B.A. 1996, DePaul University; J.D. 1999, Northeastern University School of Law; Senior Staff Attorney, American Civil Liberties Union, Reproductive Freedom Project
Course: Reproductive Rights Law


Halley Blaine Anolik, B.A. 2007, Pennsylvania State University; J.D. 2011, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law; Director of Education and Training, The Center for Creative Conflict Resolution at the Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings
Course: Mediation Clinic


Barry Appleton, B.A. 1985, University of Toronto; J.D. 1989, Queen’s University; LL.M. 1991, University of Cambridge; Managing Partner, Appleton & Associates International Lawyers
Course: International Arbitration


Karen Artz Ash ’80, A.B. 1976, Georgetown University; J.D. 1980, NYLS. Partner and National Co-Chair of the Intellectual Property Practice at Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP. Practices all aspects of intellectual property law with a concentration in facets of trademark and copyright law
Course: IP Job Track: Fashion; IP Licensing & Drafting: Fashion


Lee Augsburger, B.A. 1981, Wheaton College; J.D. 1987, Chicago-Kent College of Law. Senior Vice President, Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, Prudential Financial.
Courses: Compliance for Global Financial Services


Ann Baker ’97, B.A. 1993, University of Toronto; J.D. 1997, NYLS; Principal at McKool Smith specializing in national copyright and trademark litigation practice.
Courses: Trial Advocacy, Deposition Skills, and Moot Court


John S. Baker, Jr., B.A. 1969, University of Dallas; J.D. 1972, University of Michigan Law School; Ph.D. 2003, University of London; Professor of Law and Director of the Hemispheric Trade Program, Louisiana State University
Course: Commercial Mediation Workshop


John Barrie, B.A. 1969 UCLA; J.D. 1972, UC Hasting; LL.M. 1973 New York University.
Course: Corporate Tax Planning


Robert M. Baum, J.D. Syracuse University College of Law; Attorney, Federal Defenders of New York
Course: Trial Advocacy


Simeon H. Baum, Colgate University, B.A., cum laude; Colgate University, M.A. with distinction; Fordham University School of Law, J.D.; President, Resolve Mediation Services, Inc.
Course: Commercial Mediation Workshop


Kathyrn Bedke, B.A. Kirkland College; M.T.S. Harvard University; J.D. Case Western University Law School; of Counsel, Rabin Panero & Herrick
Course: Federal Wealth Transactions Tax: Basic


Marc S. Bekerman, B.A. 1989, State University of New York at Binghamton; J.D. 1992, Fordham University; LL.M, 1995 New York University. Fleischman & Bekerman, LLP
Course: Estate Planning


Christopher G. Binns ’12, B.A. 2007, Virginia State University; J.D. 2012, NYLS; Staff Attorney, Law Enforcement Bureau, NYC Commission on Human Rights
Course: Advanced Legal Methods


Rosalind Black, B.S. 1993, Cornell University; J.D. 1997, New York University Law School; Director, Housing Unit, Manhattan Legal Services
Course: Civil Rights Clinic


Erin Bond ’08, B.A. 2002, University of Virginia; J.D. 2008, NYLS; Assistant Dean of Academic Program Development, NYLS
Course: Real Estate Externship


Courtney Bowie, B.A. 1994, Wellesley College; J.D. 1999, University of Texas School of Law; Senior Staff Attorney, American Civil Liberties Union
Course: Racial Justice Advocacy


Judith Bresler ’74, B.A. University of Pennsylvania; J.D. 1974, NYLS. Of Counsel, Withers Worldwide. Specializes in Art Law
Course: Art Law


Gerard Brew, B.A. 1984, J.D. 1988, Rutgers University; Partner, McCarter & English LLP.
Course: New Jersey Estate Practice


Andrew C. Brunsden, B.A. 2000, University of Michigan; M.Litt, 2002, University of St. Andrews; J.D. 2007, UCLA School of Law; Associate Commissioner, NYC Department of Investigation
Course: Advanced Legal Methods


Richard R. Buery, Jr., B.A. cum laude, 1992, Harvard College; J.D. 1997, Yale Law School
Deputy Mayor for Policy Initiatives, City of New York
Course: Entrepreneurship for Social Change


Heather M. Butts, B.A. 1994, Princeton University; J.D. 1997, St. John’s University School of Law; M.P.H. 1998, Harvard University School of Public Health; M.A. 2005, Columbia University Teachers College, Adjunct Professor of Law, St. John’s University School of Law; Instructor, Columbia University School of Public Health
Course: Health Law & Compliance


Pamela Campbell, J.D. 1992, New York University School of Law; LL.M. (Taxation) 1995, New York University School of Law, Managing Director, Mergers and Acquisitions, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLC
Course: Problems of Timing


Jeremiah (Jed) Candreva, B.A. 1986, State University of New York; M.P.A. 1988, Hunter College; J.D. 1996, New York Law School; Partner, Troutman Sanders LLP
Course: Land Use Regulation


Claudine Caracciolo, B.A.1993, James Madison University; M.A. 1995, Columbia University; J.D. 2004, Fordham Law School; Assistant District Attorney, Quality of Life Unit, New York County District Attorney’s Office
Course: Criminal Prosecution Clinic – N.Y. County


M. Audrey Carr, B.A.1986, Earlham College; M.B.A. 1994, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; J.D. 1997, St. Mary’s University School of Law; Director of Immigration and Special Programs, Legal Services NYC
Course: Veterans Justice Clinic Seminar and Workshop


Raymond Castello, B.A. 1974, Dartmouth College; J.D. 1977, Yale Law School
Course: Advocacy of Criminal Cases


Wesley Cheng, B.S. 2005, Syracuse University, S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communication; J.D., 2008, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law; Assistant District Attorney, N.Y. County District Attorney’s Office.
Course: Criminal Prosecution Clinic–New York County


Amit K. Chhabra, B.A. 1998, Cornell University; J.D. 2004, University of Notre Dame Law School; Visiting Professor of Law, St. Georges University
Course: Corporations; Introduction to Derivatives


Margaret L. Clancy, B.A. 1977, Marymount Manhattan College; J.D. 1980, Cornell University
Court of Claims Judge, Acting Supreme Court Justice, N.Y. State Supreme Court, Bronx County, Criminal Division.
Course: Trial Advocacy


Kawan L. Clinton, B.S. 2000, John Jay College of Criminal Justice; J.D. 2005, Pace University Law School; Supervising Attorney, The Legal Aid Society
Course: Criminal Defense Clinic


Berwin Cohen ’99, B.A. 1996, Ramapo College; J.D. 1999, NYLS; LL.M. (Taxation), 2002, New York University School of Law Counsel; Reiss & Preuss, LLP
Courses: Business Law Issues in Structuring the Closely Held Enterprise; Advanced Tax Litigation Seminar


Mark A. Conrad ’81, B.A. 1978, City College of New York; J.D. 1981, NYLS; M.S. 1982, Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism; Associate Professor, Legal and Ethical Studies, Graduate and Undergraduate Schools of Business Administration, Fordham University
Course: Sports Law


Julia Ann Cort, B.A. Wesleyan University; J.D. 1988, University of Michigan. Principal Court Attorney to Hon. Joan A. Madden, Supreme Court, New York County.
Course: Drafting Judicial Opinions; Judicial Externship Seminar


Heather Cucolo ’03, B.A. SUNY Binghamton; J.D. 2003, NYLS
Course: Sex Offender


Jeffrey T. Curiale; B.A. 1999, St. John’s University; J.D. 2002, Quinnipiac University School of Law; Assistant District Attorney, Richmond County District Attorney’s Office
Course: Criminal Prosecution Clinic – Richmond County


Victoria Buffa Dandelet, B.S. 2004, Georgetown University; J.D. 2011, Harvard Law School; Assistant District Attorney, N.Y. County District Attorney’s Office.
Course: Criminal Prosecution Clinic–New York County


Bruce David ’92, B.S. 1982 Fordham University; D.O. 1988, Southeastern College of Osteopathic Medicine; J.D. 1992, NYLS. Director of Forensic Psychiatry, Nassau University Medical Center
Course: Forensic Reports, Experts and Forensic Ethics


Paul E. Davison, A.B. 1980, Harvard College; J.D. 1985, NYU School of Law; U.S. Magistrate Judge, U.S. Southern District, N.Y.
Course: Trial Advocacy


Karolina A. Dehnhard ’09, B.A. 1997, M.A. 1999, College of St. Elizabeth; J.D. 2009, NYLS; Associate, Budd Larner, P.C.
Course: Custody Evaluations, Juvenile and Family Law; Mental Disability Law


Lisa Del Pizzo, B.A. 1992 SUNY Binghampton; J.D. 1995, Boston College. Deputy Bureau Chief, Trial Division
Course: Trial Advocacy


Mark F. DeWan, B.A. 1974, State University of New York at New Paltz; J.D. 1982, Brooklyn Law School; Senior Counsel, Appellate Division of the Supreme Court, Grievance Committee for the Second and Eleventh Judicial Districts. Professional Interests: Lecturing on the Lawyer’s Code of Professional Responsibility
Courses: Drafting: Commercial Documents; Drafting: General Principles; Memorandum & Brief Writing


Greg Dolin, B.A. 1998, The Johns Hopkins University; J.D. Georgetown University Law Center; Associate Professor of Law, Co-director Center for Medicine & Law, University of Baltimore School of Law
Course: Intellectual Property


David Dorfman, B.A. 1977, Queen College; M.A., Ph.D. 1980, University of Chicago; J.D. 1987, Chicago Kent College of Law; Assistant Professor of Law, Pace Law School
Course: Criminal Procedure: Investigation


Deborah Dorfman ’92, B.A. 1987, UC Berkeley; M.A. 1989, New York University; J.D. 1992, NYLS. Senior Attorney, Center for Public Representation.
Course: Therapeutic Jurisprudence; Trauma & Disability Law


Joanne Doroshow, B.A. 1976, University of Rochester; J.D. 1979, Temple University School of Law. Founder, President, and Executive Director, Center for Justice and Democracy, New York Law School
Course: Civil Justice Through the Courts


Donna Dougherty, B.A. 1979, State University of New York at Oneonta; J.D. 1986, Union University
Director, Legal Services for the Elderly in Queens
Course: Negotiating, Counseling, and Interviewing


Hon. Laura E. Drager, B.A. 1970, University of Rochester; J.D. 1973, Columbia University. Acting Justice, New York State Supreme Court
Course: Anatomy of a New York State Divorce


Hon. Richard K. Eaton, B.A. 1970, Ithaca College; J.D. Union University Albany Law School; Judge, United States Court of International Trade
Course: International Trade Law


Joseph Farelli ’94, B.S. 1988, State University of New York; J.D. 1994, NYLS; Partner, Pitta & Giblin, LLP
Course: Labor Law Relations


Lawrence Feld, B.A. 1964, Queens College; J.D. 1967 Columbia University.
Course: Tax Litigation Seminar


Jeffrey Ferguson ’82, B.A. 1975, SUNY at Stony Brook; J.D. 1982, New York Law School
Course: Criminal Prosecution Clinic


Lucas A. Ferrara, B.S./M.A., 1981, Columbia University; J.D., 1984, Brooklyn Law School.
Professional Interests: Real Estate Law
Course: Landlord and Tenant Law


David L. Ferstendig, B.A., 1978, Yeshiva University; J.D., 1981, New York University School of Law; Founder, Breindel & Ferstendig P.C.
Course: New York Practice


Daniel Finkelstein, B.S., 1949, New York University; LL.B. (J.D.), 1955, Brooklyn Law School.
Professional Interests: Housing Law
Course: Landlord and Tenant Law


The Honorable Robert J. Firestone ’90, B.S.,1977, Brooklyn College; J.D., 1990, New York Law School; LL.M., 1997, New York University School of Law; Commissioner, New York City Tax Appeals Tribunal
Course: State and Local Tax


Cary Fischer ’99, B.A. 1991, State University of New York at Albany; J.D. 1999, New York Law School; Deputy Bureau Chief, Kings County District Attorney’s Office
Course: Criminal Prosecution Clinic, Kings County


Lynne M. Fischman Uniman, B.A. New York University; J.D. Brooklyn Law School; LL.M. NYU School of Law.
Course: Pre-Trial Advocacy


David Fish ’96, B.A.,1992, SUNY Albany; J.D., 1996, New York Law School; David M. Fish, Counselor and Attorney at Law – Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) Representation and Management.
Courses: Drafting Contracts; Drafting General Principles.


Genesis Fisher, B.A., 2000, Smith College; J.D., 2006, New York University School of Law; Founder and Principal Attorney, Fisher Law Practice
Course: Advanced Legal Methods


Lisa Fleischmann, B.S.,1985, St. John’s University; J.D., 1992, St. John’s University. Assistant Attorney General, Litigation Bureau, Office of the Attorney General.
Courses: Drafting Litigation; Memo & Brief Writing.


Carl Forbes, B.A. 2007, SUNY Binghamton; J.D. 2010, Columbia University School of Law; Founder and Principal Attorney, Carl Forbes Jr. Law Firm PLLC.
Course: Pre-Trial Advocacy


Joseph M. Forgione, B.A. 2001 Hofstra University; J.D., 2005, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law; LL.M., 2006, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law; Director of Trademark Enforcement, Gioconda Law Group PLLC
Course: IILP Job Track – Fashion Law


Rosanna M. Fox, B.A. 2001, University of Rochester; J.D. 2006, NYLS; Co-Founding Partner/Head of the Entrepreneur and Start-up Practice, Lepore Taylor Fox LLP
Course: Immigration Practice Field Placement and Seminar


Richard I. Friedman, B.A., 1969, Rutgers University, M.S.W. University of Michigan; J.D. Rutgers University; Attorney, New Jersey Office of the Public Defender, Division of Mental Health Advocacy
Course: Survey of Mental Disability Law


David Freylikhman,’04, B.A. University of Massachusetts, J.D. New York Law School, Adjunct Professor, Seton Hall School of Law; Counsel Greenberg Traurig LLP
Courses: Drafting Commercial Finance; Drafting Commercial Documents; Drafting Corporate Documents


Christopher R. Fromm, B.A., 1996, Widener University; J.D. , 1999, Widener University School of Law; Executive Director of Institutional Programs, Kaplan Bar Review
Course: Intro to MBE: Substance & Strategy


The Honorable Paul Gardephe, B.A., 1979, M.A., 1979, University of Pennsylvania; J.D., 1982, Columbia University; U.S. Courthouse, Southern District
Course: Trial Advocacy.


Charles Gelinas, B.A. 1998, Dartmouth College; J.D. 2001, Harvard Law School; Associate, Capital Markets Group, Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal LLP
Course: Securities, Structure Finance & Capital Markets


Joseph J. Giamboi, B.A. 1974, Cathedral College of the Immaculate Conception; M. Div, 1978, Immaculate Conception Seminary; J.D., 1986 Brooklyn Law School, Counsel, The Zucker Organization
Courses: Real Estate Development; Real Estate: Legal Planning & Practice.


Jamie Gilson ’89, B.S. 1985, Adelphi University; J.D. 1989, New York Law School; In house expert for sexual assault cases throughout New Jersey, New Jersey Office of the Public Defender
Course: CustEval, Juvenile, Family, and Mental Disability Law


Hon. Judith J. Gische, B.A. 1977, SUNY Buffalo; J.D., 1980, SUNY Buffalo, Acting Justice, Supreme Court of the State of New York.
Course: Anatomy of a NYS Divorce Action


Thomas H. Golden, B.A. 1988, College of the Holy Cross; J.D. 1991, New York University School of Law Partner, Litigation Department, Willkie Farr & Gallagher
Courses: Privacy in the Digital Age; Trademark Law


Howard Goldman, B.A., 1972, SUNY at Buffalo; J.D. 1975, SUNY at Buffalo School of Law; Partner, Goldman Harris LLC
Course: NYC Land Use Rules & Regulations


Scott Golenbock, A.B. 2002, Princeton University; J.D. 2005, Yale Law School; Partner, Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP
Course: Mergers and Acquisitions


Hon. Leo M. Gordon, B.A., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; J.D., Emory University School of Law; Judge, United States Court of International Trade
Course: International Trade Law


Barbara Graves-Poller, B.A. 1996, University of Pittsburgh; M.A. 2000, New York University; J.D. 2004, NYU School of Law
Course: Negotiating, Counseling, and Interviewing


Charles Guria ’86, B.A. 1982 Dartmouth College; J.D. 1986, New York Law School; Chief of Civil Rights and Police Integrity, Rackets Division, Kings County District Attorney’s Office
Course: Criminal Prosecution Clinic


J. Gerald Hebert, B.A., Stonehill College; J.D., Suffolk University School of Law
Sole practitioner specializing in election law
Courses: Election Law; Voting Law


William Heinzen, B.A. 1988, Haverford College; J.D. 1994, University of Wisconsin Law School; Deputy Counselor to the Mayor, Office of the Mayor, City of New York
Course: New York City Seminar and Workshop


Adam Scott Herbst, B.A., American University; M.B.A., Union College Graduate Business School; J.D., Albany Law School; Chief Legal, Planning and Government Relations Officer/Blythedale Children’s Hospital
Course: Health Care Law and Policy


Desireé C. Hernández ’08, B.A. 2005, University of Puerto Rico; J.D. 2008, NYLS; Deputy Executive Director and Director of Legal Services, Safe Passage Project
Course: Immigration Law and Litigation Clinic


Sarah Hardin Hines, B.A. 1969, Stanford University; M.A. 1970, Stanford University; J.D. 1975, Cornell Law School; Assistant District Attorney, N.Y. County District Attorney
Course: Advocacy of Criminal Cases


Hayley Horowitz, B.A., 2004, Williams College; M. Phil, 2006, University of Oxford; J.D., 2009, Harvard Law School; Associate, Emery Celli Brinckerhoff & Abady, LLP
Course: Advance Legal Methods


Joanne Ingham, B.A. , 1974, SUNY Oswego; M.S., 1976 Long Island University; Ed.D., 1989, St. John’s University. Assistant Vice President for Institutional Research, New York Law School.
Course: Statistical Literacy for Lawyers.


William Jannace ’92, B.A., 1981, New York University; J.D., 1992, New York Law School; LL.M., 1996, Fordham Law School; Director of Rule and Interpretive Standards in the Member Firm Regulation Division of the New York Stock Exchange; Lecturer, training programs for several foreign stock exchanges; Lecturer, Corporate Governance and Securities Regulation for the Russian Securities Commission and Stock Exchange in Moscow.
Course: Securities Regulation: Broker-Dealer Regulation.


Nina Jody ’83, J.D. 1983, New York Law School
Assistant Deputy Division Chief, Tort Division, New York City Law Department
Courses: Clinical and Experiential Learning Rotation; Municipal Litigation and Defense Clinic


Caitlin S. Johnson, B.A., 2009, University of California, Berkeley; J.D., 2013, George Washington University Law School; Staff Attorney, Manhattan Legal Services
Course: Civil Rights Clinic


Jason Jones, J.D., University of Texas School of Law; Partner, Fross, Zelnick, Lehrman & Zissu, P.C.
Course: Litigating an IP Case


Hon. Deborah Kaplan, B.A., 1982, State University of New York at Albany; J.D., 1985, St. John’s University School of Law; Justice, Supreme Court of the State of New York – New York County, Civil Branch
Course: Anatomy of a NYS Divorce Action


Abraham Kasdan ’85, J.D. New York Law School, Partner, Amster Rothstein & Ebenstein LLP
Course: IP Licensing and Drafting: Patent


Hon. Diane Kiesel, B.A., 1975, Douglass College of Rutgers, the State University of N.J.; MA, 1978, American University; JD, 1985, Catholic University School of Law; Acting Supreme Court Justice, Bronx County.
Course: Domestic Violence and the Law


Peter Alland Kempner, B.A., 1996; State University of New York at Purchase; M.A., 1998, George Washington University; J.D. , 2001; Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law; Senior Staff Attorney and Coordinator of Veterans Litigation, South Brooklyn Legal Services, Veterans Justice Project
Course: Veterans Justice Clinic Seminar and Workshop


Sarah Kerr, B.A. 1982, University of Pennsylvania; J.D. 1987, University of Pittsburgh. Attorney, Prisoner’s Rights Project, Legal Aid Society.
Course: Mental Health Issues in Jails and Prisons.


Steven L. Kessler, A.B., 1978, J.D., 1982, Cornell University; Private practice: Law Offices of Steven L. Kessler.
Course: New York Practice.


Neil H. Kessner ’82, B.A., 1980 City University of New York; J.D. 1982 New York Law School; Executive Vice President, Leasing Counsel
Course: Real Estate: Commercial Leasing Law


Monica E. Kipiniak, B.A., 1989, McGill University; J.D., 1992, Brooklyn Law School; Solo Practitioner, Court appointed evaluator and legal guardian; criminal defense; family law and civil litigation
Course: Consolidated Legal Analysis


Michael Kliegman, B.S., 1975, University of Pennsylvania; J.D., 1978, Boston University; LLM in Tax., 1983, Georgetown University.
Course: Advanced Corporate Tax.


Carolyn A. Klos ’07, B.A. 2001, Florida State University; J.D. 2007, New York Law School; Associate Attorney, Jaffe & Asher LLP
Course: Drafting Contracts


Paula Konikoff, B.S., 1969, Temple University, J.D., 1979, Villanova University School of Law; Independent consultant to real estate industry; specializing in litigation support, expert testimony and arbitration in real estate matters.
Course: Real Estate Valuation and Appraisal


Eric Kriftcher, B.A. Wesleyan University; J.D., St. John’s University School of Law
Managing Director and Associate General Counsel, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Course: Securities Trading and Sales


Honorable Gerald Lebovits, B.A. 1976, Carleton University; LL.L. 1979, University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law; M.C.L. 1980, Tulane University School of Law; LL.M. (in Criminal Justice) 1986, New York University School of Law. Judge, New York City Civil Court, and adjunct professor of law, Columbia, Fordham, and NYU law schools.
Course: Persuasion


Dean W. M. Leslie,  B.A., 1990, City College of the City University of New York; M.P.I.A., 1992, School of Global Policy and Strategy, University of California, San Diego; J.D. 1999, George Washington University. Court Attorney/Mediator, Law Department, New York Supreme Court; Director-At-Large, World Association of Former United Nations Interns and Fellows.
Course: Drafting Contracts


Ian L. Levin, B.A. 1989, Union College; J.D. 1992, Emory University School of Law, LL.M. 1994, New York University School of Law; Partner, Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP
Course: Employee Benefits Law


John Lewis, B.A. 1989, Rollins College; J.D. 1997, Brooklyn Law School; MBA 2011, Graduate School of Business Columbia University; Senior Vice President of Corporate Affairs & General Counsel, United Nations Federal Credit Union
Courses: In-House and Corporate Counseling


Steven Lofchie, B.A. 1979, Sarah Lawrence College; M.B.A. 1984 Columbia Business School; J.D. 1989, Yale Law School; Partner with, and Head of the Financial Services practice area at, Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft
Course: Derivatives Documentation: Mastering the Master Agreement


Filomena Lepore-Taylor ’04, B.A. 2001, Colgate University; J.D. 2004, NYLS; Co-Founding Partner, Lepore Taylor Fox LLP
Course: Immigration Practice Field Placement and Seminar


Stephen Louis, A.B. 1980 Columbia University; J.D., 1980 Columbia Law School; Chief, Division of Legal Counsel, New York City Law Department
Course: State and Local Government


Richard Malagiere ’96, B.S., 1989, New Jersey Institute of Technology; J.D., 1996, New York Law School; Principal, Law Offices of Richard Malagiere
Course: IP Professional Practice Patents


Joseph Maltese ’73, B.A., John Jay College of the City University of New York; J.D., 1973, New York Law School; M.A., 1991, New York University; M.S., 2003, Touro College; M.J.S.,1998 and Ph.D., 2014, University of Nevada at Reno. Associate Justice of the Appellate Division, New York Supreme Court, Second Judicial Department.
Course: Mass Torts


Gary B. Mandel, B.S., 1985, Brooklyn College; M.B.A., 1990, Pace University; J.D., 1994, St. John’s University; LL.M (Taxation), 1996, Georgetown University; Partner, Simpson Thacher & Bartlett, LLP
Course: Corporate Tax Planning Seminar


Michael Marcin, B.S.E., University of Pennsylvania; J.D. Fordham University School of Law; Partner, Fay Kaplum & Marcin
Course: Patent and Trademark Clinic


Robert Marino, II ’94, B.A., 1991, Ursinus College; J.D., 1994, New York Law School.
Course: Drafting Litigation


Paul Bennett Marrow ’69, B.A., 1966, Case Western Reserve University; J.D., 1969 New York Law School
Course: Domestic Arbitration


Steve Mazzalonga ’04, B.A. 2000, SUNY Stony Brook; J.D. 2004, NYLS; Senior Counsel and Assistant Borough Chief, N.Y.C. Law Department, Office of the Corporation Counsel
Course: Municipal Litigation Defense Field Placement and State & Local Government Seminar


Terry McKay, B.S. 1982, St. Peter’s College; J.D. 1985, Seton Hall University School of Law; LL.M. (Taxation), 1994, NYU School of Law; Managing Director and Head of Global Financial Solutions, MUFG- Mitsubishi UFJ
Course: Problems of Timing


Michael G. McMaster ’96, B.A. 1988, Manhattan College; J.D. 1996, NYLS; Managing Director/Chief Compliance Officer, BNY Mellon Capital Markets, LLC
Course: Compliance Within Financial Services Companies


Deborah McNamara, B.A. 1996, University of Illinois; J.D. 1999, American University Washington College of Law; A.A.S. Fashion Design, 2006, and Adjunct Professor, Fashion Law, 2007-2012, Parsons School of Design. Practices fashion law with an emphasis on intellectual property concerns and contractual matters.
Course: Fashion Law


John Meringolo ’99,B.S. 1996, M.S. 1998, Long Island University; J.D. 1999, New York Law School
Proprietor, Meringolo & Associates, P.C.
Course: Trial Advocacy Seminar


Phillip Michaels ’76, B.A. 1972, University of Notre Dame; J.D. 1976, NYLS; LL.M.(Taxation) 1981, New York University, Partner, Fulbright & Jaworski, LLP
American College of Trusts and Estates Council, Fellow
Course: Advanced Wealth Transfer Planning Seminar


Hon. William Mogulescu, A.B. 1964, Clark University; LL.B. 1967, New York University; Acting Justice, New York State Supreme Court, Bronx County.
Course: Trial Advocacy


Melissa Molfetas, B.A., 2008, Skidmore College; J.D., 2014, CUNY School of Law; Staff Attorney, Brooklyn Legal Services, Veterans Justice Project
Course: Veterans Clinic


Kenneth M. Moltner, B.A., 1982, New York University; J.D., 1985, New York University School of Law; Counsel, Commissioners of the Board of Elections of the City of New York; Counsel, Bressler, Amery & Ross, P.C.
Course: New York Practice


Avraham C. Moskowitz, B.A., 1977, Yeshiva University; J.D., 1980, Columbia University; Partner, Moskowitz & Book, LLP.
Courses: Trial Advocacy.


Catherine Napolitano, B.S. 1984, St. John’s University, M.B.A. 1991, St. John’s University, J.D. 2000, Brooklyn Law School. Counsel and Associate Director, CME Group.
Courses: Hedge Funds- Their Regulation & Structure


Ryan H. Nelson, B.S., 2007, University of Florida; J.D., 2011, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law; Corporate Counsel, MetLife
Course: Employment Law, Employee Relations and Anti-Discrimination Law


Jonas Oransky, B.A. 2004, Yale University; J.D. 2011, NYU School of Law; Deputy Legal Director, Everytown for Gun Safety/Mayors Against Illegal Guns
Course: Legislative Advocacy Clinic–Everytown for Gun Safety


Dennis Parker, B.A. 1977, Middlebury College; J.D. 1980, Harvard Law School; Director, American Civil Liberties Union, Racial Justice Program
Courses: Civil Rights Law; Race, Poverty, and Constitutional Law


Roopal Patel, B.A., 2003, Harvard University; J.D., 2011, New York University; Staff Attorney, Manhattan Legal Services
Course: Civil Rights Clinic


Steven E. Pegalis ’65, B.A., 1962, Queens College of the City of New York; LL.B., 1965, J.D., 1979, New York Law School; Senior Partner in his own law firm
Course: Medical Malpractice


Damian J. Pieper, J.D., St. John’s University Law School; Lecturer, Pieper Bar Review
Course: New York Law in National Perspective; New York Practice


John Pieper, J.D., St. John’s University Law School; LL.M., New York University School of Law; Pieper Bar Review
Courses: New York Law in National Perspective; New York Practice


Troy G. Pieper, J.D., St. John’s University Law School; Director, Pieper Bar Review
Courses: New York Law in National Perspective; New York Practice


Steven Plotnick, B.B.A. 1986, University of Miami; J.D., 1989, Fordham University; LL.M., 1994, New York University.
Course: Federal Income Tax: Partnerships


Samantha Pownall ’11, B.A. 2004, Oberlin College; J.D. 2011, New York Law School
Course: Education Law Clinic


Carmen N. Presinal-Roberts, B.A., 1997, Hunter College; J.D., 2000, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law; LL.M. (Taxation), 2009, New York Law School; Attorney, IRS Office of Chief Counsel                       Course: Federal Income Partnership


Sherry Ramsey ’98, B.A., 1979, Mary Baldwin College; J.D., 1998, New York Law School.
Staff Attorney, Animal Protection Litigation, Humane Society of the United States
Course: Animal Law


Salman Ravala, J.D. and M.A. Economics, Syracuse University, 2008.
Founding Partner, Criscione Ravala, LLP
Course: Negotiation, Counseling and Interviewing


John J. Reddy, Jr. ’79, B.S., Fordham College, J.D., New York Law School. Partner, Bekerman & Reddy, LLP
Course: Estate Administration


Tracy Christen Reimann, B.A. 1984, Long Island University, College of Arts & Science, J.D. 1987, Brooklyn Law School, LL.M. (Taxation) 2000, New York University, Partner, Karlen, Stolzar & Reimann, LLP
Course: Federal Income Taxation of Trusts and Estates


Michael Resko, B.A., CUNY, City College; J.D., 1991, New York University
Courses: Drafting: Real Estate Documents


Daniel A. Rosen, B.A. 1991, Hofstra University; J.D. 1996, Hofstra University School of Law; Special Trial Attorney, Internal Revenue Service Office of Chief Counsel
Course: Tax Litigation Seminar


William Rosen ’12, B.A. 2005, University of Pennsylvania; J.D. 2012, NYLS; Deputy Legal Director, Everytown for Gun Safety
Course: Legislative Advocacy Clinic–Everytown for Gun Safety


Zvi Rosen, B.A. 2002, Yeshiva University; J.D. 2005, Northwestern University School of Law; LL.M. 2006, The George Washington University Law School; Solo practitioner specializing in Bankruptcy, Litigation, and Intellectual Property Law|
Course: Copyright Law


Mitchell Rubinstein, B.S., 1982, Cornell University School of Industrial & Labor Relations; J.D., 1986, Hofstra University. Senior Counsel, New York State United Teachers
Courses: Labor Relations Law; Employment Law


Michael Ryan, B.A. 1975, University of Notre Dame; M.A.,1976, City University of New York; J.D. 1979 Fordham University
Course: New York Wills Practice


Andrew Santa Ana, B.A. 2001, SUNY Binghamton; J.D. 2007, CUNY School of Law
Course: Cyberharassment Clinic


Anne-Marie Santangelo, B.A., 1969, Brooklyn College; J.D., 1976, St. John’s University; Assistant Commissioner for Legal Affairs, NYC Department of Sanitation
Courses: Drafting: Legislation; Persuasion


David Samuels, A.B. 1974, Harvard University, J.D. 1978, Harvard University, LL.M. (Taxation) 1985, New York University, Partner, Duval & Stachenfeld, LLP
Course: Non- Profit Organizations


Lawrence Sapadin, B.A., State University of New York; J.D., Northeastern University School of Law; Vice President of Business Affairs, Koch Entertainment LP
Course: IP License and Drafting: Entertainment


Lisa Schatz-Vance ’97, B.B.A, 1992, The New School for Social Research; J.D., 1997, New York Law School. Executive Director, Senior Citizens Law Office, New Mexico
Course: Mental Health Issues: Jails and Prisons


Lawrence P. Schnapf ’84, B.A., 1976, Rutgers University; J.D., 1984, New York Law School; Principal, Schnapf LLC
Courses: Environmental Law; Environmental Problems in Business Transactions


Paul Schneiderman, B.A., 1985, The American University, School of Government and Public Administration, J.D., 1988, State University of New York at Buffalo. Associate Area Counsel, Internal Revenue Service
Course: Tax Procedure and Tax Practice


John A. Scola ’11, B.A. 2008, West Virginia University; J.D. 2011, NYLS; Partner, Nwokoro & Scola, Esquires
Course: Negotiating, Counseling, and Interviewing


John P. Scordo, B.S., 1985, Rutgers University; J.D., 1988, New York Law School; Partner K & L Gates
Course: Post Data Breach Litigation


Kathleen Scott, B.A. 1979, Villanova University; J.D. 1982, American University, Washington College of Law; Sr. Counsel, Fulbright & Jaworski LLP
Course: Bank Holding Company Act


Danielle B. Shalov, B.A., 1999, Kenyon College; J.D. 2002, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law; Mediator, DS Mediation Partners
Course: Mediation Clinic


Sonja Shield, B.A. 1997, Swarthmore College; M.S.W. 2004, New York University Ehrenkranz School of Social Work; J.D. 2005, New York University School of Law; Staff Attorney, HIV Unit, South Brooklyn Legal Services
Course: Negotiating, Counseling, and Interviewing


Michael Sisitzky, B.A. 2009, New York University; J.D. 2012, Georgetown University Law Center; Lead Policy Counsel, New York Civil Liberties Union
Course: Legislative Advocacy Clinic–New York Civil Liberties Union


Cary Sklaren, B.A., 1964, New York University; J.D., 1967, Fordham University. Herzfeld & Rubin, PC.
Course: New York Practice, Products Liability


Richard J. Sobelsohn, A.B., 1982, Colgate University; J.D., 1998, Brooklyn Law School; Group Director of Financial Practice Area Modules, LexisNexis
Course: Sustainable Building Law, Commercial Leasing


Jackeline K. Solivan, B.S., 2008, Cornell University; J.D., 2012, Cornell Law School; Staff Attorney, Legal Services, NYC-Bronx, Housing Unit & Veterans Justice Project
Course: Veterans Justice Clinic


Moshie Solomon, B.A. 1998, Brandeis University; J.D. 2001, Fordham University School of Law; Partner, Law Offices of Moshie Solomon, P.C.
Course: Bankruptcy


Lawton W. Squires ’83, B.A. 1980, State University of New York at Oneonta; J.D. 1983, New York Law School; Member, Herzfeld & Rubin, P.C.
Course: Trial Advocacy


Dao Sun, B.A. 1980, State University of New York at Oneonta; J.D. 1983, New York Law School; Member, Herzfeld & Rubin, P.C.
Course: Trial Advocacy


Eva Szeli, B.A. 2011, Saint Leo University; J.D. 2015, George Washington University Law School; Staff Attorney, Manhattan Legal Services
Course: Veterans Justice Field Placement and Seminar


Eva Talel, B.A. 1970 City College of the City University of New York; J.D. 1973 New York University School of Law Partner, Stroock’s Real Estate Group
Course: Coop and Condominium Law


Karen Talley ’95, B.A.,1990, Antioch College, J.D. 1995, New York Law School. Supervising Attorney, Private Counsel Unit, Committee for Public Counsel Services, Mental Health Litigation Division
Course: Survey of Mental Disability Law


John Tasolides, B.A., New York University; J.D., Hofstra University School of Law; President, Senior Managing Attorney, Law Offices of John N. Tasolides, P.C.
Course: Advanced Legal Methods


Willard B. Taylor, B.A. 1962, Yale University, LL.B. 1965, Yale Law School
Course: Taxation of Business Pass-Throughs


Claire R. Thomas ’11, B.A., 2004, University of Chicago; M.S., 2008, New York University; J.D., 2011, New York Law School; Staff Attorney, Safe Passage Project, New York Law School
Course: Advanced Immigration Law Seminar & Workshop


Noreen Travers, B.A. 1992, Tulane University; J.D. 1998, St. John’s University School of Law; of counsel, Tendy Law Office
Course: Advocacy of Criminal Cases


Elizabeth Valentin, B.A., 1997, University of Pennsylvania; J.D., 2001, CUNY School of Law; Partner, Littman Krooks LLP
Course: Advanced Legal Methods


Francis J. Valentino, B.A., 1961, LL.B., 1964, St. Johns University; General Counsel, Department of Sanitation, City of New York
Courses: Legal Reasoning, Writing and Research; Written and Oral Advocacy; Memo and Brief Writing


Karen E. Varriale ’97, B.A. 1994, SUNY Albany; J.D. 1997, NYLS; Senior Assistant District Attorney, Drug Treatment Unit, Office of the District Attorney
Course: Criminal Prosecution Clinic–Kings County


Alan Vinegrad, B.S. 1980, University of Pennsylvania; J.D. 1984, New York University
Partner, Covington & Burling LLP; former Chief Assistant U.S. Attorney, United States Attorney’s Office, Eastern District of New York
Course: Trial Advocacy


Nancy Waite, B.S., 1970, Tufts University; M.A., 1974, University of Connecticut; J.D., 1980, Brooklyn Law School
Courses: Drafting: General Principles; Legal Reasoning, Writing, and Research; Written and Oral Advocacy


Amy Wallace, B.A., 1997, University of Toronto; J.D., 2000, Georgetown University Law Center; M.A., 2005, Lehman College (New York City Teaching Fellows).
Courses: Advanced Legal Methods; Street Law


Amy Wallace, B.A., 1997, University of Toronto; J.D., 2000, Georgetown University Law Center; M.A., 2005, Lehman College (New York City Teaching Fellows).
Courses: Advanced Legal Methods; Street Law


Susan Walsh, B.A. 1990, Tufts University; J.D. 1996, George Washington University Law School; Partner, Vladeck, Raskin & Clark, P.C.
Course: Advocacy of Criminal Cases


Kimberly Williams, A.B., 1995, Harvard University; J.D., 1998, Columbia Law School; Founder/CEO, RedShift Legal, Inc.
Course: Legal Technology and Law Practice in the Digital Age


Hon. Patricia Anne Williams, B.A., 1965, Cornell University; M.A., 1967 Columbia University; J.D., 1972, Yale University. Acting Justice, Supreme Court of New York, County of the Bronx, Criminal Division
Course: Trial Advocacy


Justin Xenitelis ’06, B.S. 2003, St. John’s University; J.D. 2006, New York Law School; General Counsel, Thor Equities, LLC
Course: Drafting Real Estate Documents


Peter Zablotsky, B.A., 1977, Pennsylvania State University; J.D., 1980, Columbia University; Associate Professor, Touro Law Center
Courses: Entertainment Law; Torts; Products Liability; Torts II: Additional Topics & Advanced Inquiries


Lee G. Zimet, ’85, B.S., 1980, C.W. Post College; J.D., 1985, New York Law School; LL.M., 1988, New York University School of Law
Course: Taxation of Affiliated Corporations