2017 Spring Externs
Adam Alperowicz is a third year student, currently visiting at NYU Law from Penn Law. He graduated from NYU in 2008, where he was a Music Business major. Prior to law school, Adam worked for seven years in the music industry. He has spent his summers during law school working at Spotify and Cooley LLP, where he will return as an associate after law school.
Michael Ardeljan is a third-year student at NYU School of Law. He graduated with an A.B. summa cum laude in History and Germanic Languages & Literatures from Harvard University in 2013. Following his 1L year in 2014, he took a one-year sabbatical to work on securities litigation at Miller & Wrubel, P.C., and on start-up ventures at 1/0 Capital LLC. At NYU Law, he is a Senior Executive Editor for the NYU Journal of International Law & Politics, and a musician and video director in the NYU Law Revue. In the Fall 2016 semester, he externed at the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York, and is now excited to broaden his experience there by cooperating with law enforcement agencies as part of the Policing Project.
Tony Cheng is a 2L at NYU and a Sociology PhD student at Yale. He graduated with a B.A. in Political Science and Ethnicity, Race, & Migration from Yale in 2012 before working in the Rackets Bureau of the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office. His primary research interests include criminal justice, urban sociology, and law and society.
Victoria del Rio is a second year student at NYU Law. She graduated from Emory University in 2013 with a B.A. in English and Creative Writing. After graduation, Victoria joined Teach For America and taught middle school math in Atlanta, Georgia for two years. At NYU, Victoria continues to teach as part of the High School Law Institute and is also a Staff Editor for Moot Court Board. This past summer Victoria interned at the US Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York and is interested in pursuing a career in criminal law.
Ryan Fackler is a Ph.D. student in Economics at the University of Pennsylvania and will be attending NYU Law School in the fall of 2017. He currently is working on research projects on a variety of criminal justice topics, including plea bargaining decisions and policing governance. Prior to graduate school, Ryan worked as a Senior Research Assistant at the Federal Reserve in Washington D.C. He graduated from Haverford College in 2011 majoring in both Math and Economics.
Scott Glicksman is a third-year student at NYU School of Law. He graduated from Lafayette College with a BA in Philosophy and English. Scott has experience in the financial services industry and has spent summers working for the NYC Department of Investigation as well as Paul Hastings in New York. At NYU, he is currently an Executive Articles Editor of the Annual Survey of American Law.
Max Isaacs is a third year student at NYU Law. He graduated from SUNY Purchase in 2010 with a degree in Studio Composition and worked as a piano teacher before attending law school. He is interested in LGBT rights, family law, and criminal procedure. He is also a jazz aficionado and freelance web designer/tech enthusiast.
Elizabeth (Ebie) Jànszky is a first-year student at NYU Law School and a Ph.D. candidate in political science at Columbia University. Her research interests include the intersection of criminal procedure and administrative law, judicial behavior and the political economy of institutions. She graduated from Emory University with a BA in political science. Prior to graduate school, Ebie worked at the Innocence Project, a national litigation and public policy organization dedicated to exonerating wrongfully convicted individuals through DNA testing and reforming the criminal justice system.
Emilia (Mila) King-Musza is a second year student at NYU Law. She graduated from Middlebury College with B.A. in Political Science and French. This past summer Mila interned at the Federal Defenders and hopes to pursue a career in public defense. She recently received her bail bonds license and volunteers at the Brooklyn Community Bail Fund.
Sam Lacy is a third-year student at NYU Law and a Ph.D. candidate in the history department at the University of Pennsylvania. His dissertation, The Hanging Tree: Lynching, the Law, and the Bible in the Deep South, 1882-1928, is an examination of the theological heritage of legal justifications for lynching. Sam worked at the law firms of Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe (NY) and Faegre, Baker, Daniels (MN) the past two summers. Prior to law school he researched in Mainz, Germany on a Fulbright Fellowship and is a graduate of Princeton Theological Seminary and Bethel University.
Dan Peck is a third year student at NYU School of Law. He graduated from Gonzaga University in 2010 with a B.A. in Political Science and Economics. Dan has experience in the startup industry and has spent summers working for the U.N. International Law Commission and Davis Polk & Wardwell in New York. At NYU, Dan serves as the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of International Law and Politics.
Katherine (Katie) Rosoff is a third year student at NYU Law. She graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst with a B.A. in Psychology and a minor in Political Science. While in Massachusetts, she also worked as a district office intern for Congressman James McGovern. As a law student, she spent her first summer as a litigation intern for the New York City Office of the Public Advocate and her second summer as a summer associate at Jenner & Block in N.Y.