Alumni keynote first Law School Informational Seminar of 2018
January 1, 2018
January 1, 2018
As Sonoma County works to rebuild and come back stronger than before, now, more than ever, Empire College is proud to offer the opportunity of a quality, affordable legal education to our community. The New Year is also a good time to build or rebuild a career and reimagine your life. If someone you know has been thinking about law school for a long time but hasn’t taken the first step, we invite you to share the news about our Law School informational seminar on Tuesday evening, January 16th.
Empire Law alumni Robert Bialkin (real estate and bankruptcy) and Giuliana Brockway (trusts and estates) will share their experiences both as law students and as new attorneys. Robert, Class of 2009, is licensed in California as a lawyer, mortgage loan officer, and real estate broker. During law school, Giuliana worked for a local trust attorney, becoming an associate with the office after passing the Bar Exam in 2012.
Learn how Giuliana and Robert managed their careers, law school, and personal schedules to achieve their goal. Find out more about Empire Law School’s unique clinical education offerings and how they enrich the learning experience and help develop practical lawyering skills. Discover the added value of learning from Empire Law professors who are practicing attorneys and judges.
Read more about Robert and Giuliana at empcol.edu/law-seminar or click to RSVP for the Law School Informational Seminar on January 16th (6:30-8:00 p.m. at the Empire College campus, 3035 Cleveland Avenue, Santa Rosa.
"Being born in Australia and becoming a naturalized U.S. citizen in 2009, I understand the process and honor of becoming an American citizen and am proud to help those in their quest to become citizens and better their lives."
"I decided to enroll in Law School when I was 50 years old having enjoyed a full career in the nonprofit sector. Now I have a robust business and nonprofit law practice serving clients throughout the State of California and I am loving it. I could never have made that kind of career transition if it had not been for Empire Law School. The opportunity to take evening courses and at a cost far less than other law schools, and to do so in my own community made my career shift affordable, enjoyable, and attainable."
"There are not that many new lawyers who have the experience to go to trial. They would not be ready for it. Seeing the practical points of the legal process through her Empire education gave Orchid an advantage."
- L. Stephen Turer, Esq.