Natalie Elisha ’09, partner at Rubenstein & Elisha, PLLC, will speak to students at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 1, in UU-133A.
After graduating from Binghamton two years early, majoring in both PPL and philosophy, Elisha received a full scholarship to earn her law degree from St. John’s University. In 2014, at only 25, she co-founded her own law firm, Rubinstein & Elisha, PLLC. Her practice focuses on family and asset protection and already has three offices in the New York Metropolitan area with plans to continue expanding internationally. She will provide valuable insight into what a career in law entails, as well as advice on how to successfully prepare and transition into the world of work.
“Cool Connections, Hot Alumni” programs are for students to learn more about different careers and to create potential contacts with industry professionals who also happen to be Binghamton alumni. The series is a collaboration between the Alumni Association and the Fleishman Center. Faculty and staff who know of students who might be interested in these programs are encouraged to pass along the event information.
For more information, contact Francis Borrego via e-mail.