Come join us as we watch Detectives Benson and Stabler face off against a demented psychopath. With many twists and turns around every corner, you never what will happen next. Will justice prevail or will the murderer get away?
Following the show, we are honored to have two Baruch College Faculty members join us for an informal discussion about Hollywood’s “perspective” on New York’s legal system.
Just how closely does the show following New York law? Would there be a different outcome in the real world?
Alan Rosenbloom, Esq.
Alan Rosenbloom, is an attorney currently teaching fundamentals of business law at Baruch. He has over twenty-five years of significant experience in the insurance and retail industries. Mr. Rosenbloom serves as a special assistant to the Dean of Zicklin and is responsible for setting up the business case competition program/ website for both graduate and undergraduate Zicklin students. For the undergraduate student population Mr. Rosenbloom is also responsible for setting up the Zicklin case club, which teaches undergraduates how to review and analyze a variety of business cases in a practical, experiential learning environment.
Mr. Rosenbloom serves as a court-appointed arbitrator in the Civil Court of New York and has worked with numerous Fortune 500 companies on a variety of legal matters. His emphasis has been on mergers and acquisitions and on general corporate matters. Early in his career he was a litigator of both civil and criminal matters. He has a familiarity with how large corporations operate as he has been involved with CFOs and CEOs for many years in his legal capacity as a general counsel for a large multinational insurance broker. His legal experience includes administrative and regulatory matters, and the development of information technology systems. He also serves on a variety of public and not-for-profit boards of directors.
Elliot Axelrod is a Professor and Chairperson of the Department of Law at the Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College. He teaches undergraduate, graduate and honors law courses.
Beyond his work at Baruch, Axelrod has worked with the Academy of Legal Studies in Business, the New York State Bar Association, the American Bar Association, and as a New York State Court Appointed Evaluator, Receiver and Guardian Ad Litem.
Axelrod’s work has been featured in numerous publications including the Lincoln University Law Review, University of Dayton Law Review, Oklahoma Law Review, and Vermont Law Review.
He graduated with a B.S. in 1964 from New York University, and a J.D. from New York Law School.
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