I gained entry into Brooklyn Law School after scoring in the top 8% of the law board exams. While there I served on the Moot Court Honor Society and I was a Gulbenkian International Scholar. I was a litigator in New York City for many years before being appointed a human rights judge by the governor at that time. I clerked for Justice Robert Kriendler and later became the labor law judge for the state. I have never lost a case as an attorney and I have never been reversed on appeal as a judge.