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NSU Corporate and Securities Law Society

The NSU Corporate and Securities Law Society (CSLS) is a student organization dedicated to the exploration of corporate and securities law through networking with law professionals, learning legal practices, and seeking mentorship, internship, and job opportunities for its members. Our purpose is to provide members with educational and networking opportunities with alumni, practicing attorneys, faculty members, and other students that share an interest in corporate and securities law.
CSLS aims to educate our members and facilitate the development of professional contacts for mentorship, internship, and job opportunities through the following:

  • Student and alumni events
  • Panel discussions with practicing corporate and/or securities law attorneys
  • Networking events with faculty members and/or practicing attorneys
  • Development of a mentorship program
  • Pro bono/community service projects

To join CSLS, please submit an application (by e-mail or Google Form) and contact the CSLS Director of Finance for payment of dues. Membership dues are a one-time fee of $25.00 for first-year law students (1Ls), $20.00 for second-year law students (2Ls), $15.00 for third-year law students (3Ls), and $10.00 for fourth-year law students (4Ls). Please feel free to contact any of our board members for more information.

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2021-2022 Executive Board

Executive Officers
Farida Coronel Piriz President
Pasquale Celentano III Vice President
Summer Book Director of Finance
Ashley Bodling Directors of Public Relations
Violette Bishai Director of Pro Bono
Gabriella Fernandez Director of Communications
Alexander Vazquez Director of Operations

General Board

General Board

Violette Bishai

Directors of Evening Involvement
Adam Levy Director of 3L Involvement
Maeve Alexander Director of 2L Involvement
Yair Bengio Director of 1L Involvement

Faculty Advisors

Faculty Advisors
Jane Cross Director of Caribbean Law Programs and Professor of Law
Timothy Canova Professor of Law and Public Finance
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