Caitlin Flood '12 during her internship with the Midtown Community Court in New York City.

May 9, 2012

Philosophy Program Develops Well-Prepared Students for Law School and Careers

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Like many philosophy majors, Jamie Flaherty ’12 (Harvard, Mass.) didn’t know she wanted to be one until she took a class, Philosophy 102, Basic Social Questions. The curriculum challenged her, she says, and taught her how to deconstruct and evaluate the strength of an argument. “Some of the essays we read were so complex,” says [...]

Anny Lopez '10 (L-R), Joseph Lanzot '07, Washcarina Martinez '11

April 23, 2012

Three Lafayette Graduates Excel at Rutgers Law School

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Prepared by their Lafayette experiences, Joseph Lanzot ’07 of Hoboken, N.J.; Anny Lopez ’10 of Brooklyn, N.Y.; and Washcarina Martinez ’11 of New York, N.Y., have excelled at Rutgers School of Law, Newark, N.J. Lanzot was selected to serve on the staff of Rutgers Law Review and was an editor in 2009-10. A government and [...]

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September 20, 2010

Frank Sabatini ’09 Selected to Harvard Law Review, One of Five Lafayette Graduates Attending Harvard Law School

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Of the several hundred law students who apply to Harvard Law Review each year, only about 40 are chosen. Frank Sabatini ’09 is one of those 40. “I was inspired to enter the competition because I enjoy reading legal scholarship,” says Sabatini, who was informed in late July that he had been selected, “and I [...]

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November 14, 2008

Justin Wineburgh ’94 Carves Out Niche In Entertainment Industry

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Lawyer is in great demand by film clients and others By Kevin Gray Justin Wineburgh ’94 began working at the international law firm Cozen O’Connor in 2000. With a background in defending engineers sued in professional liability matters, Wineburgh, an electrical engineering graduate, was brought in to work the other side and pursue claims against [...]

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June 20, 2008

Lawyer Thomas Spratt ’92 With Pro Bono and Charity Work

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Lafayette professors and small, encouraging campus community inspired him The Philadelphia Bar Association honored Thomas Spratt Jr. ’92 with the Craig M. Perry Service Award, presented annually to a young lawyer “who has devoted substantial time and energy to community-oriented activities, including but not limited to pro-bono and charity work.” A lawyer at the Aramark [...]