Hannah Kucine and Brianna Mattiucci Admitted to the New York State Bar
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We are proud to announce that two of our talented Associate attorneys, Hannah Kucine and Brianna Mattiucci have been admitted to the New York State Bar Appellate Division, Second Department in Brooklyn.

Hannah has been with the firm since 2019 and litigates Child Victims Act claims. She graduated from George Washington University Law School with Honors in 2019. While at law school she was chosen to receive the Laurence E. Seibel Award for Excellence in the Study of Labor and Employment Law and a Dean’s Recognition Certificate for Pro Bono Service.

Brianna started her career with Slater Slater Schulman in July 2020 and also litigates Child Victims Act claims. Brianna graduated cum laude with a Bachelor’s in English and a Minor in Communications and Rhetoric from The State University of Albany in 2017. She studied at Vermont Law School for one year before graduating with her Juris Doctor from Brooklyn Law School in 2020

 

We are very proud to have both attorneys as part of our team and congratulate them on this outstanding accomplishment.  We see bright futures for both Hannah and Brianna.

 






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