Our team consists of a group of recent Miami Law graduates who undertake a one year Post-Graduate Fellowship. We play a key role in the Miami Law administration.
We are here all year to answer your questions about Miami Law. ASK US FIRST! If we can't answer your question, we will link you with the proper group or department.
We also evaluate, research, design, and implement new programs, systems and services to better the law student experience at Miami Law.
Greg Levy is the Director of Miami Law's Post-Graduate Student Service Fellow program. In his capacity as Director he leads a group of fellows in projects that include researching, analyzing, planning, and implementing new programs and systems to better the law student experience. Using his own past experience as a Post-Graduate Student Service Fellow, Mr. Levy works with the new fellows to identify how the law school can best make use of its resources to improve the services offered to students. The Fellows are a resource to help current students find answers to questions about Miami Law or triage questions to the proper group or department.
Greg Levy graduated cum laude from the University of Miami School of Law in 2010. Greg came to University of Miami after receiving his BA from the University of Michigan. At Michigan, Mr. Levy served as President of Collegiate DECA for two years. Collegiate DECA is an International organization focused on developing leaders in business and entrepreneurship. As part of DECA, he competed and won first place at the International Collegiate DECA Competition in the International Business section.
While at Miami Law, he was a student representative to the Curriculum Committee and also a member of the Orientation Committee, the Entertainment and Sports Law Society, and the Student Ambassadors. During law school, he interned as a law clerk for Judge Valerie Manno-Schurr in the civil division of Miami-Dade County Circuit Court. In law school Mr. Levy earned honors in litigation skills trial class and is interested in civil litigation and sports and entertainment law.
Vaishali Desai graduated from the University of Miami School of Law in Spring 2012. Born and raised in southern California, Vaishali earned a Bachelor's of Science in Anthropology and a minor in Spanish from the University of California, Los Angeles. Vaishali traveled from one coast to the other to pursue a legal career.
During her law school career, Vaishali served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Psychology, Public Policy, and Law Journal. She also interned with Legal Services of Greater Miami, the Health and Elder Law Clinic, and the Medical-Legal Interdisciplinary Clinic. During one summer, she worked as a clerk for the Florida Supreme Court in Tallahassee, Florida. Also, she interned with a judge in the Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court. Within the law school, Vaishali was involved in the Student Ambassador program and the Books and Buddies program. Vaishali is interested in civil litigation, including Real Property Law, Labor Law, and Family Law.
Emily Horowitz graduated from the University of Miami School of Law in Spring 2012. Emily earned her Bachelor's and Master's degrees from the University of Miami. Prior to starting law school, Emily served as an AmeriCorps volunteer for two years and worked in the University of Miami Athletics Department. While in law school, Emily clerked for the Honorable John J. O'Sullivan, worked at Kozyak, Tropin & Throckmorton and Jackson Lewis LLP, and was a Certified Legal Intern at the Miami-Dade Public Defender's Office.
During her time at Miami Law, Emily served as the Editor-in-Chief of the University of Miami Law Review and was a member of the University of Miami Moot Court Board, University of Miami Honor Council, and the Society of Bar and Gavel. Emily worked for the Academic Achievement Program as a Writing Dean's Fellow, was on the Dean's List, and received a CALI Award for Excellence in Advanced Moot Court. Emily is a recipient of the Miami Heroes Award, Florida Bar Law School Scholarship, Outstanding Student Merit Scholarship, and the 2012 ALI-ABA Scholarship and Leadership Award. In 2012, Emily was named to "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges," and was tapped into University of Miami's Iron Arrow Honor Society.
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