Each year, several outstanding students are offered positions as Fellows with the Program on Corporate Compliance and Enforcement, enabling them to gain unparalleled expertise in this area, through research, participation in our invitation-only events and interaction with leading practitioners. 

2017-2018 Student Fellows

Sara Bodner

Sara Bodner is a J.D. Candidate, Class of 2018, at NYU School of Law.  She graduated magna cum laude with her B.A. in Sociology from Colorado College.  Prior to law school, Sara worked at the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York as a Paralegal Specialist in the Securities and Commodities Fraud Unit and as Special Assistant to the U.S. Attorney.  Following her first year of law school, Sara worked in the Office of General Counsel at the City University of New York and performed research for Professor Bob Bauer.  Sara spent her 2L summer in the litigation department at Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP.  She currently serves as a research assistant for Distinguished Scholar in Residence Preet Bharara and PCCE Co-Director Jennifer Arlen and as an Articles Editor for the N.Y.U. Journal of Legislation and Public Policy.

Tony Cheng

Tony Cheng is a 3L at NYU and a Sociology PhD student at Yale.  He graduated with a B.A. in Political Science and Ethnicity, Race, & Migration from Yale in 2012 before working in the Rackets Bureau of the Manhattan District Attorney's Office.  He spent his 1L summer in the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Maryland, and is currently a Notes Editor for the Annual Survey of American Law.  His research interests include criminal law, urban sociology, and law and society.  He has published in Law & Society Review and City & Community.

Deepa Devanathan

Deepa Devanathan is a J.D. Candidate at NYU School of Law, Class of 2019. Following her 1L year, she worked as a Summer Legal Intern in the Criminal Division of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York.  Deepa is a staff editor for the NYU Law Moot Court Board, a fellow at the Center on the Administration of Criminal Law, a Civil Procedure Teaching Assistant, and Vice President of NYU Law’s Trial Advocacy Society.  In addition, she serves as a research assistant to PCCE Director Professor Jennifer Arlen. Prior to attending law school, Deepa received her B.A., cum laude, from Washington University in St. Louis, where she studied Political Science.  During her senior year, Deepa received a distinction award in Political Science and won an All-American Attorney Award at the national mock trial competition.  Deepa plans to focus her coursework on criminal practice, white collar matters, and trial advocacy. 

Faith Dibble

Faith Dibble is a JD/MBA candidate at NYU School of Law and NYU Stern School of Business. She received degrees in Economics and in Chinese from Georgetown University, graduating magna cum laude. Prior to law school, Faith worked as a legal assistant and business analyst in the Mergers & Acquisitions group at Shearman & Sterling. She spent her 1L summer with Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough’s DC office and her 2L summer with Kirkland & Ellis’ DC corporate group. At NYU Law, Faith was a Hermann Biggs Health Policy Scholar, chair of the Health Law & Policy Society, and a staff editor of the NYU Journal of Law & Business. Faith will be with NYU Stern School of Business for the 2017-18 academic year.

Jason Driscoll

Jason Driscoll is a J.D. Candidate, Class of 2018, at New York University School of Law. During his 2L summer, Jason was a Summer Associate in the litigation department at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP. Following his first year of law school, Jason worked as a Summer Legal Intern in the Criminal Division of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York. Jason serves as a student member of the White Collar Crime Committee at the New York City Bar Association, and is a Florence Allen Scholar. In addition, he is a research assistant to PCCE Director Jennifer Arlen, and was a teaching assistant to PCCE Director Geoffrey Miller. At NYU, Jason serves as a Competitions Executive Editor for the Moot Court Board and was the Mock Trial Director for the High School Law Institute. He placed first at the Georgetown Federal White Collar Crime Trial Advocacy Competition and is a competition team member with the Trial Advocacy Society. Jason is now an Associate Editor for the PCCE Blog. Jason received his B.A., magna cum laude, from Hamilton College, where he double majored in Philosophy and Hispanic Studies. During his senior year, Jason received distinction awards in both disciplines and wrote an honors thesis that proposed a paradigm shift in Intellectual Property Law. Since coming to NYU School of Law, Jason has concentrated his coursework on criminal and regulatory practice, with an emphasis on white collar matters.

Ashley Martin

Ashley Martin is a J.D. Candidate, Class of 2018, at NYU School of Law.  Following her first year of law school, Ashley worked as the Compliance Intern in the Legal Department of a New York City hedge fund.  After holding the position during her 1L summer, she was offered the opportunity to stay on throughout the school year. She spent her 2L summer in the corporate group at Kirkland & Ellis in New York.  Ashley received her B.A., cum laude from Duke University, where she majored in English and minored in Political Science.  At Duke, Ashley was an All-Region and All-Nation mock trial competitor and, prior to college, she worked as a professional actress from 2005-2010.   At NYU, Ashley is a Staff Editor for the The NYU Journal of Intellectual Property and Entertainment Law and an Admissions Ambassador.

Natalie Noble

Natalie Noble is a J.D. Candidate at NYU School of Law, Class of 2018. Natalie graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Northwestern University and obtained her M.Phil. in International Relations from Cambridge University, where she received distinction for her dissertation on the admissibility of the International Criminal Court in Colombia. Prior to law school, she worked as an analyst at Kobre & Kim LLP conducting legal research on complex corporate litigation matters. She spent her 1L summer as a Sudler Family Fellow in the Securities and Commodities Fraud Task Force of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York, and she spent her 2L summer at Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton.  At NYU, Natalie serves as a Competitions Advocacy Editor of the Moot Court Board and as a Co-Chair of the Domestic Violence Advocacy Project.

Joshua Pirutinsky

Josh Pirutinsky is a J.D. Candidate, Class of 2019, at NYU School of Law. Following his first year of law school, Josh performed research for PCCE Founder, and Former Director, Geoffrey P. Miller for the American Law Institute’s Principles of the Law: Compliance, Enforcement, and Risk Management for Corporations, Nonprofits, and Other Organizations. Josh graduated with summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa honors from Rutgers University with a B.A. in Political Science. He currently serves as a staff editor for the Annual Survey of American Law and is President of the Jewish Law Students Association. Josh’s interests include securities law, corporate governance, and compliance risk management.

Michael Rebuck

Michael Rebuck is a J.D. Candidate at NYU School of Law, Class of 2019. Michael graduated from Duke University with a B.A. in History and a minor in Economics. Prior to law school, he worked at the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities, Tom MacArthur for Congress, and the Office of U.S. Senator Jeffrey Chiesa. He spent his 1L summer at McDermott Will & Emery’s New York office. Michael is a Staff Editor for the Annual Survey of American Law and a research assistant for PCCE Director Jennifer Arlen.

Courtney Seager

Courtney Seager is a J.D. Candidate at NYU School of Law, Class of 2019. Courtney graduated magna cum laude from The University of Texas at Austin with a B.B.A. in Finance. Prior to law school, she worked as an analyst at a small financial valuation and consulting firm in Dallas, Texas, where she worked on a variety of valuation projects across a number of industries. During the summer of 2017, Courtney served as a judicial intern in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York. Courtney is a Staff Editor for the NYU Journal of Law and Business.

Katherine Stein

Kate Stein is a J.D. Candidate at NYU School of Law, Class of 2019. Following her 1L year, she worked as a legal intern at the Securities and Exchange Commission as part of the summer honors program, where she was staffed in the enforcement division on asset management related matters. In addition, she served as a research assistant to PCCE Director Professor Jennifer Arlen. Prior to attending law school, Kate was as a litigation paralegal at Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP, where she worked on predominantly residential mortgage-backed securities cases. She received her B.A., summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa, from Hamilton College, where she studied English Literature and Philosophy. At NYU, Kate is a staff editor for the NYU Annual Survey of American Law. She also works as an extern for NYU’s Civil Jury Project. Kate plans to focus her coursework on securities litigation and white collar matters and hopes to eventually become a trial attorney.

Erica Weiner

Erica Weiner is a 3L at NYU School of Law. She is currently the Notes Editor for the Environmental Law Journal and will serve as the teaching assistant for the Business Crimes course during the spring 2018 semester. During the course of the 2016-2017 academic year, she served as Summit Event Co-Chair for Law Women and as a teaching assistant for the Lawyering program. During the summer of 2017, she worked as a summer associate in PwC’s Financial Services Regulatory Practice. After her 1L year, Erica worked as a judicial intern in the chambers of Judge Arthur Spatt of the Eastern District of New York. She graduated with distinction from Cornell University.