Pictured: (standing l-r) Stephanie McGregor and Salvatrice Badalamenti; (sitting l-r) Therese McNulty and Sam Sue.
Sam Sue, Esq., Ph.D., Director, summer 1998, has a rich public interest background. Before that, Sam was a Senior Attorney at New York Lawyers for Public Interest (NYLPI) for eight years, where he staffed NYPLI's Environmental Justice Project and worked on NYC Charter, land use, and environmental justice issues affecting low-income residents and communities of color. At NYLPI, he co-pioneered an innovative model approach to providing legal, community education, organizing and technical assistance to low-income communities. A Charles H. Revson Fellow at the Center for Urban Legal Studies at City College, he has taught urban planning law at Pratt Institute. Prior to attending law school, he was a VISTA community organizer and a program administrator at various community and advocacy groups in NYC and Philadelphia. He grew up in rural Mississippi during the height of civil rights activities in the '60s and received his B.A. from Oberlin College, his J.D. from New York University School of Law, and a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Educational Psychology from the CUNY Graduate Center and School. Direct dial: (718) 340-4233 | Email: Sam.Sue@law.cuny.edu
Stephanie McGregor, Esq., Associate Director, joined the office in 2005. Prior to joining CUNY Law School, she served as an Assistant Corporation Counsel at the New York Law Department, Office of Corporation Counsel for 15 years. She worked as the citywide associate responsible for prosecution and litigation of Unsafe Buildings for the New York City Department of Buildings and maintained an ongoing active caseload of more than fifty affirmative and defensive cases challenging or initiating municipal actions. Following a career at the Law Department, she was a hearing examiner/administrative judge with the City Department of Finance and the City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Stephanie received her Bachelors of Arts from Mount Holyoke College, and her J.D. from Rutgers University Law School. She also has an M.B.A. from Pace University and an M.A. in International Affairs from Columbia University. She served as a Board member of the Association of Black Women Attorneys, a member of the New York City Bar Association Student Perspectives Committee, and has been a volunteer with the law student mentoring group, Practicing Attorneys for Law Students (PALS). Direct dial: (718) 340-4232 | Email: Stephanie.Mcgregor@law.cuny.edu
Therese McNulty, Esq., Assistant Director of Employer Relations, joins Career Planning in Fall 2013 having guided law graduates for the previous two summers in the outcomes-based bar mentoring program developed at CUNY Law. She also works with community college students at Kingsborough Community College in Brooklyn where she advises students on immigration matters including Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, citizenship, change of status, and family petitions. In addition, Therese works with CUNY Citizenship Now! conducting legal screening and review at citywide citizenship application events. Other legal experience includes family law and immigration hearings, and VAWA and U-visa applications for victims of domestic violence. Prior to law school, Therese worked for non-profits and media relations on social policy issues including child welfare, education, and health care. While a student at CUNY Law, Therese served as a member of the Academic Affairs Review Committee. She is a member of the New York City Bar Association’s Moderate Means Committee, which sponsors free monthly legal consultations. She received her J.D. from CUNY School of Law in January 2010 and her B.A. from Fordham University in 1999 and is admitted to practice law in New York State and the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York. Direct Dial: (718) 340-4149 | Email: Therese.Mcnulty@law.cuny.edu
Salvatrice Badalamenti, Career Planning Administrative Coordinator, is the newest staff member to join our team. Salvatrice received a Masters in School Counseling in May 2013 from St. John’s University. Prior to joining CUNY School of Law, she worked with public high school students at the Scholars’ Academy in Far Rockaway, Queens. There she counseled students on an individual, career, and social level and ran workshops to promote academic growth. She previously served in the Admissions Office at St. John’s Law School, where she gave advice to prospective students about the admissions process. Salvatrice is a great addition to our office. Her excitement and passion for higher education is seen through her patience with and caring for students and by her dedication to do whatever it takes to help the law school community. Direct dial: (718) 340-4371 | Email: Salvatrice.Badalamenti@law.cuny.edu
We are located in Room 4-108.
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(Summer schedule: from mid-June to mid-August, Monday - Thursday, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm)
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