Members of the Washington, D.C. Alumni Club enjoys the Orchids of Latin America exhibition at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History

The DC Cardozo Alumni Club is composed of 200 alumni in the Washington metropolitan area, which includes the District, Maryland, and northern Virginia. The District is home to the largest community of Cardozo alumni outside of New York. Located in the center of political and legal activity, the Club hosts events such as alumni for lectures, cultural outings, communal dinners, festive happy hours, and attends sporting events. Recent events include hearing U.S. Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan speak at the historic Sixth and I Synagogue, a surprise birthday party for U.S. Representative Grace Meng (CSL ’02), a tour of the Orchids of Latin America at the National Museum of Natural History followed by a surprise tour of the White House Garden, and an informal discussion with Cardozo alumni about staffing Congressional members.

Cardozo alumni’s employers are as diverse as our members. Alumni work in the Executive Branch, Congress, law firms, federal agencies, non-profits, political organizations, and think tanks.

The District is more than just historic monuments and buildings, the National Mall, and famed museums and galleries and it is more than just politics. It is also a technology, research, and media hub. Additionally, it has one of the country’s highest concentration of creative people. Strolling through our storied neighborhoods, such as Georgetown, Dupont Circle, and U Street Corridor, it is easy to understand why our city is such a draw. The District is often ranked as the best place for recent college graduates to live in and the most walkable city in the country. Companies, such as Volkswagon, Hilton, and Siemens, are attracted to the area so much that they have made the area their headquarters.

If you find yourself in our great city, please give us a call. We would love to show you our home.

DC Alumni Committee Members:

Lee Licata ’10, Co-Chair
Policy Advisor

Department of Homeland Security

Eric G. Null ’12, Co-Chair
Staff Attorney
Open Technology Institute

Andrew Abraham ’98
Assistant Attorney to Special Master
United States Department of Justice, Civil Division

Todd Bromberg ’92
Wiley Rein LLP

Larry Cunningham ’88
Professor of Law
George Washington University

Cliff Elgarten ’79
Crowell & Moring LLP

Eric T. Fingerhut ’90
Dykema Gossett PLLC

Dan Forman ’97
Crowell & Moring LLP

Ari Fridman ’10
Senior Associate
Hogan Lovells

Susan German ’88
Attorney Advisor
Federal Communication Commission

Erica F. Gloger ’03
West & Feinberg, P.C.

Louis D. Greenstein ’97
McGuireWoods LLP

Jeff Ifrah ’92
Founding Member
Ifrah Law PLLC

Adam Lurie ’00

Gary S. Lutzker ’93
Baker & Hostetler LLP

Jesse Mendelson ’03
Manager, Strategy and Healthcare
Grant Thornton LLP

Brendan Murray ’03
Assistant Chief, Media Bureau
Federal Communications Commission

Russell Norman ’05
Deputy Chief Counsel
U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Science, Space, and Technology

Steven Osit ’12
Kaplan Kirsch & Rockwell LLP

Heidi Wachs ’05
Special Counsel
Jenner & Block

Ken Yu ’06
Attorney Advisor
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission