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Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C. Sponsors Lecture to Assist Students in Finding Satisfying Legal Careers

On October 2, 2009 Adam Leitman Bailey served as a moderator for a panel at the Syracuse University College of Law.

“The Road Less Traveled: Paving a Path To Satisfying Legal Careers Away from the Law Firm Highway” welcomes alumni who have made non-traditional career decisions for a plenary and panel presentations. Alumni who are lawyering for the not-for-profit sector, government agencies, and legal aid will describe their career paths, how they decided to pursue public interest law, the rewards and challenges of their jobs, and how they have survive financially. (Taken from the Syracuse University College of Law’s website.)
Moderators and Panelists

Moderator: Adam Leitman Bailey ’95, Adam Leitman Bailey P.C.

Andrew Berman ’01, Central Intelligence Agency
Michelle Katz ’04, U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs, Board of Veteran Appeals
Monica McCullough ’05, Providence Housing Development Corporation
Benita Miller ’96, The Brooklyn Young Mothers Collective
Rebecca Russo ’05, Monroe County Legal Assistance
Charles Taylor ’96, Office of California Controller

Moderator: Everett Gillison ’85, Deputy Mayor, City of Philadelphia

Michael Cucchiara ’07, National Development Council
Marty Feinman ’83, The Legal Aid Society, Brooklyn
Soreé Finley ’07, Legal Services of South Piedmont
Adam Katz ’04, U.S. Department of Justice
Erica Levin ’05, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Melissa Mitchell ’01, Commodities Futures Trading Commission

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