- Last Updated: Tuesday, March 22 2016
I was fortunate enough to spend time in the shiurim of Rabbi Shmulewitz, Rabbi Bronspigel, and Rabbi Mirsky. I loved them all. After seemingly trying out all the Shiurim, I graduated from Lander College in May 2006 with a B.S. in Finance. Shout out to Dr. Bigel! After school, I worked for two years as an acquisitions analyst for a real estate investment firm in Brooklyn, New York until I went to Cardozo Law School. In 2011, a month after taking the NY and NJ bars, I was fortunate enough to marry Miriam Lapin, from Mercer Island, Washington. (Note to bochurim who want to attend law school and eventually get married: Don't try to study for the bar and plan a wedding at same time! Thankfully, however, with the help of my wife and G-d Almighty, I managed to successfully do both). Several months after graduating law school, I joined Seyfarth Shaw LLP, where I am currently an associate in both the commercial litigation and employment law groups. Just last four weeks ago, Hashem blessed my wife and I with our first child, Judah. In my spare time, we are avid travelers, having been afforded the opportunity over the past several years to go to Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Thailand, Indonesia, Maldives, Bora Bora, Dubai, South Africa, Israel, Palau and more. I am, however, more proud of another accomplishment... attending the inspiring, uplifting, and beautiful LCM Yom Kippur davening for more than a decade straight. The meaningful davening of Yehudah Salamon and Gabi Shul are second to none. Thank you.