Brown, Goldstein & Levy is thrilled to introduce our impressive 2023 summer associates, Aaron Frazee, Natasha Reifenberg, Tori Shaw, and Jason Zheng.
Each of our summer associates has a strong academic record, proven work ethic, and passion for public interest work that aligns with BGL’s mission of providing the highest quality legal services without sacrificing our deep sense of community and social responsibility.
Throughout the 8–10-week program, Aaron, Natasha, Tori, and Jason will work closely with the firm’s nationally-recognized attorneys to gain hands-on experience representing clients across a broad range of practice areas, including civil rights, commercial litigation, employment discrimination, and criminal defense.
“Summer associates are valued members of our litigation teams, and we look forward to this wonderful cohort of future attorneys helping Brown, Goldstein & Levy to continue obtaining justice for our clients,” said BGL Managing Partner Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum.
Learn more about our new summer associates, below:
Aaron is a rising 3L at the Georgetown University Law Center. He is interested in a future legal career in civil rights, impact litigation – specifically with wrongful convictions, police misconduct, and sexual orientation/gender discrimination. Aaron was drawn to the summer associate program with BGL based on the firm’s public interest mission and culture, in addition to the opportunity to gain invaluable litigation experience on a variety of meaningful legal issues.
Natasha is a rising 3L at Yale Law School. At YLS, she is a member of the Worker and Immigrant Rights Advocacy Clinic and the Yale Law Journal. She is thrilled to spend this summer at BGL learning from skilled, kind, and passionate attorneys and being exposed to new legal areas of civil rights advocacy for which BGL is nationally recognized, such as disability rights and wrongful conviction work.
Tori is a rising 3L at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law. She was drawn to BGL because of its kind attorneys and commitment to advancing social justice causes. She is interested in employment discrimination law, appellate litigation, and post-conviction work.
BGL’s dedication to civil rights and its highly accomplished attorneys is why Jason, who is a rising 3L at the City University of New York School of Law, chose BGL. As an aspiring trial attorney who intends to litigate criminal, wrongful conviction, malicious prosecution, and § 1983 cases, choosing BGL was a no brainer for him. Jason is very humbled and grateful for this opportunity and will be putting in maximum effort to bring value to BGL and its clients.