Danielle Dobrusin is a third year student at NYU Law. She graduated from the University of Arizona in 2013 with a B.A. in Women & Gender Studies and Political Science. At NYU, Danielle serves as the Senior Symposium Editor for the Journal of Legislation and Public Policy. Danielle is interested in the intersection of policing and technology.
Anastasia Eriksson graduated from the Barnard College in 2010 with a B.A. in Neuroscience. She is now a 3L at NYU Law focusing on criminal justice reform and racial justice. Anastasia is a board member for the Coalition of Law Representation and a member of the Journal of Legislation and Public Policy; her legal work has included public defense, local government, and impact litigation.
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.
Courtney Gans is a second year student at NYU Law. She graduated from the University of Pennsylvania magna cum laude in 2014 with a B.A. in History and a minor in French. Prior to starting law school, she was a litigation paralegal at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison in New York. At NYU she is on the executive board of the Black Allied Law Students Association and a Staff Editor for the Annual Survey of American Law. Courtney has an interest in criminal defense and investigations and hopes to pursue a career in that field after completing her studies.
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.
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.
Jordan Proctor is a third year student at NYU School of Law. He graduated with a B.A. in International Studies from University of California, San Diego. Jordan worked at the Public Defender Service in Washington, D.C. as a summer law clerk and hopes to become a public defender. He is active in BALSA and various other student organizations.
Allyson (Ally) Scher is a second-year law student at NYU Law. She graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with a BA in English literature & Philosophy-Neuroscience-Psychology. Prior to law school, Ally worked at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, a DC think tank focused on budget and tax issues that affect low-income families and individuals. At NYU, she is a staff editor for the NYU Journal of Legislation & Public Policy and co-president of the NYU Law Democrats.
Emily Several is a 2L at NYU Law. She graduated from Villanova University with a BA in Sociology and from Johns Hopkins University with a M.S.Ed. Prior to law school, Emily worked as an elementary school teacher in Baltimore City Public Schools with the Teach for America organization. At NYU, she is an intake manager for the Suspension Representation Project, co-chair of Law Women’s Professional Development Committee, teaching assistant for Professor Arthur R. Miller’s Civil Procedure course, and a Staff Editor for NYU Moot Court Board. She hopes to engage in work that focuses on youth’s involvement in community policing.
Ariel Spierer is a 3L at NYU Law. She graduated from Tufts University with a BA in International Relations and Peace & Justice Studies. Prior to law school, Ariel worked as a litigation paralegal at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison in New York. At NYU, Ariel is a Notes Editor for NYU Law Review. Next semester, she will be a Student Advocate in the Criminal Appellate Defender Clinic.