Fellows at the Community Development Clinic have conducted more than 130 hours of research and client service in cutting-edge areas of law. When Nicole Egan and Mike Masci began the semester, their client presented with a complex set of legal needs. In order to fully address client needs, Egan and Masci engaged in substantive legal research which included topics recently litigated as first impression cases, Municipal Law, and complex property transactions. In light of this research, Egan and Masci were able to craft contractual language which addressed client concerns.
From Left: Fall 2022 CDC Fellows Alejandra Spruill and Stephanie Sabino
Alejandra Spruill and Stephanie Sabino have worked in complex transactions this semester. As Community Development Clinic Fellows, they will have spent around 130 hours drafting transactional documents, negotiating mergers, completing due diligence and meeting with stakeholders. A huge round of applause for these two talented fellows.
Here at the Community Development Clinic, Student Fellows Andrew Ashkar and Jim Brady started the semester off with a bang–conducting the first client interview at the clinic early last week. Congratulations to Andrew and Jim for their excellent work!
The CDC has brought on several new clients this semester, with student fellows planning to assist them in transactional matters, including contract drafting and the formation of business organizations.
Fellows are busy with legal research, client interviewing, and memo-writing. They are excellent advocates for their clients, and are committed to helping their clients work towards their goals.