Leah Aaronson (LAaronson@bilzin.com)
Leah Aaronson is a 2L at the University of Miami School of Law. She is currently a candidate for the University of Miami Law Review. Leah wrote her student note on the constitutionality of warrantless cell phone searches incident to arrest under the First and Fourth Amendments. Leah is also a member of the Charles C. Papy Moot Court Board and represented the University of Miami in the Duberstein Bankruptcy Moot Court Competition in New York City. Leah truly enjoys campus involvement and was recently elected Vice President of the Student Bar Association and Treasurer of the Society of Bar & Gavel. Last summer, Leah interned for The Honorable Judge Marcia Cooke at the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida.
Leah is a Miami Beach native. She obtained her undergraduate degree at Florida State University where she majored in Political Science. Before starting at Miami Law, Leah worked as a paralegal at a law firm in New York City. On a personal level, Leah loves to cook new and exciting foods, travel abroad, and attend Miami Heat games.
Desiree Fernandez (DFernandez@bilzin.com)
Desiree Fernandez is a 2L at The George Washington University Law School. She is a member of The George Washington International Law Review Journal and a board member of the George Washington Alternative Dispute Resolution Board. Next fall, she has been selected to participate in the George Washington International Human Rights Clinic.
Last summer, Desiree interned with the United States Department of Labor, Bureau of International Labor Affairs, Office of Trade and Labor Affairs. During the summer, she researched foreign country labor laws and practices in the context of U.S. trade agreement negotiations and country eligibility for trade preference programs. She also researched World Bank safeguards to assist the Bureau in its recommendations of including a labor safeguard. During her 2L year, Desiree interned with The District of Columbia Volunteer Lawyers Project, where she assisted attorneys appointed as Guardians ad Litem in high-conflict custody cases.
Desiree is originally from Cape Coral, Florida. She graduated cum laude from the University of Florida, with bachelor’s degrees in International Studies and Spanish.
Jerry Goldsmith (JGoldsmith@bilzin.com)
Jerry Goldsmith is a 2L at New York University School of Law. He is a Staff Editor of the Journal of Law & Business, a student advocate for the Suspension Representation Project and a member of the Student Bar Association’s Finance Committee. Last summer, he worked as a Summer Associate at Bernstein, Litowitz, Berger & Grossmann, a firm that specializes in class action securities litigation. He obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Florida in 2012 with a degree in Finance and a minor in History.
Jared Spector (JSpector@bilzin.com)
Jared Spector is a 2L at New York University School of Law. He is a member of the Journal of Law and Business and the Student Bar Association. Jared completed his first year of law school at George Washington University, where he was invited to join Law Review. Last summer, he interned with the general counsel of MDLIVE Inc., a telemedicine company, where he helped draft and review contracts as well as sit in on negotiations with perspective clients.
Jared was born in New York and grew up in Coral Springs, Florida. He attended North Broward Prep where he was a four-year varsity baseball player. Jared graduated from the University of Florida’s Fisher School of Accounting’s five-year program with a bachelor’s and a master’s degree. He enjoys spending time with family and friends, playing basketball, going to the beach, and working out.
Anosh Zaghi (AZaghi@bilzin.com)
Anosh Zaghi (“Moshe”) is a 1L at Yale Law School. At Yale, Moshe is an active member of the Community and Economic Development Clinic where he represents a non-profit community development corporation. Before starting law school, Moshe worked as a Presidential Fellow at Yeshiva University’s Center for the Jewish Future where he primarily worked to provide educational enrichment for at-risk students in southern Israel. Moshe graduated as valedictorian of Yeshiva University’s Sy Syms School of Business in 2012 and has BS in accounting.