Akilah Browne Named Runner Up in National Jurist’s “Law Student of the Year”


4L evening student Akilah Browne, who recently received a Skadden Fellowship, has been named among the nominees for the National Jurist’s “Law Student of the Year”.

Naming a Law School Student of the Year is among this magazine’s greatest challenges because there are so many smart, passionate, worthy students who could be honored. If you have any doubts about the next generation of lawyers, we can show you a stack of nominating letters describing students who have overcome a host of obstacles and are resolved to helping others.

Also honored was Akilah Browne, a Fordham University School of Law part-time student who was named a Skadden Fellow and is dedicating her career to New York City’s affordable housing preservation.

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