Externships: Office of the NY Attorney General - Investor Protection Bureau
Clinics: Securities Arbitration Clinic; Alexander Fellows program working for Judge Jack Weinstein, Eastern District of New York
Undergraduate College: Rollins College
Current Job: Summer Associate at Hogan Lovells
Allison Cook came to law school after spending several years at an investment bank, work that made her thirsty to dig deeper into the industry—and this passion has guided her approach to law school so far.Learn More
Internships: Research, Markets, and Regulation Office at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in Washington, DC; Legal Aid Society
Undergraduate college: Swarthmore College
Albert Chang ’14 is a member of Cardozo’s Moot Court Honor Society. He competed at the Price Media Moot Court competition in Oxford, UK, where he and a member of his team ranked eighth and sixth, respectively, as oralists.
Internships: Society of Professional Journalists at Baker & Hostetler, LLP; BBC Worldwide; Internet Bureau, Office of the Attorney General of the State of New York
Undergraduate college: Villanova UniversityLearn More
Current Job: Program Founder & Adviser, Miracle Corners of the World
Internships: Legal Aid Society, South Brooklyn Legal Services
Clinics: Human Rights and Genocide Clinic
Undergraduate college: New York University
Jacqueline Murekatete is a survivor of the 1994 genocide in Rwanda. She was granted political asylum in the U.S. and began to tell her story at the age of 16.
Murekatete founded her own nonprofit dedicated to providing leadership in human rights issues. At Cardozo Law she worked for the Human Rights and Genocide Clinic. "Cardozo helped me combine my passions for human rights and justice. My experiences here will give me the practical skills I need to succeed as an international human rights lawyer."
Current Job: Associate, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP
Internships: Hon. Victor Marrero in the Southern District of New York
Clinics: Guardianship Clinic
Undergraduate college: Barnard College, Columbia University
Sheri Adler '13 was among the students who greeted Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor during her visit to Cardozo in 2013.
"As editor-in-chief of the Cardozo Law Review, I have thought a lot about what it takes to be successful as a female leader in the legal profession. Meeting Justice Sotomayor taught me that, most importantly, you need to be yourself. I will carry Justice Sotomayor's infectious warmth, charm, and inner strength with me as I forge my own identity as a woman in the law."Learn More