Advertising as we know it has morphed into multiple formats in the past few years, all in an effort to engage and capture the consumer in ways it never has before. From social media and user generated content, to apps and smart phones, the “new” new media has placed an even greater emphasis on putting the consumer in the driver’s seat. AdNauseum is an NYLS blog created in 2011 and run by the Advertising and Media Job Track program to make sense of it all. AdNauseam keeps readers up to date with important and pertinent issues in advertising, media and the law.
Ad Nauseam 2012-2013 Contributors:
(Updated Contributor List In Progress:)
Lindsey Blacker is a New Jersey native and is in her third year at New York Law School. She graduated from the University of Delaware with a major in Mass Communication and minor in Legal Studies in June of 2010. Lindsey is interested in advertising, entertainment, and other forms of media law, and is adamant about getting as much experience as she can in these industries.
Alicia Kartorie is a recent New York transplant and is in her second year at New York Law School. She is a 2007 graduate of American University’s Kogod School of Business with a focus in International Business and International Marketing. Before law school, Alicia was the lead paralegal for the White Collar Criminal Defense Group at Mayer Brown, LLP and BuckleySandler LLP in Washington, DC. Alicia is focused on intellectual property topics within the context of advertising law, and wants to combine her business background, legal education and work experience in a pragmatic way. Alicia is currently a legal extern at Sanders, Ortoli, Vaughn-Flam, Rosenstadt LLP and excited to be assisting with a trademark infringement trial.
Andrew Casarsa grew up in New York City on the Upper East Side, and is in his second year at New York Law School. He graduated in May 2008 from Bucknell University with a bachelor degree in Environmental studies and a minor in Philosophy. Andrew is interested in advertising, consumer protection and trademarks.
Alex Stark is a second-year student at New York Law School. He is a member of the New York Law School Law Review, the vice-president of OutLaws, and a former Senator of the Student Bar Association. His academic focus is in the field of intellectual property, specifically trademark law. Outside of school, he has been a legal intern at Coty, Inc. since June 2012. His hobbies include traveling, attending classes at Barry’s Boot Camp, and baking fancy cookies.
Ashley Moskowitz is her second year at New York Law School. She graduated with honors from Cornell University where she majored in Communication with a focus in Media Law. She spent a semester in D.C. researching corporate responsibility with respect to advertising. This past semester, she interned at Louise Blouin Media, an art media firm, and hopes to pursue a career in either art or advertising law.
Rebekka Denenberg grew up in New York and is a second year law student at New York Law School. In May 2009, she graduated from the University of Delaware with a B.A. in English and Mass Communications. Last summer, she worked as an intern at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Office of Communications Business Opportunities. She came to law school to study Intellectual Property and learn about how to protect brands in advertising, fashion, and other fields of media law.
Adjunct Professor / Editor in Chief, Kathryn Farrara, Esq
Editor in Chief/ Seminar Assistant, Christopher Bruno, Esq ’12
Professor Andra Dallas, Advertising & Media Law Adjunct Professor 2010-2012
Alexa Jordan Silverman, JD May ’12
Francesca Robertson, JD May ’12
Christopher Bruno, JD May ’12
Quinn Juliet Taurman, JD May ’12
Regina Katsnelson, JD May ’12
Dhyana Estephan, JD May ’12
Toni Guarino, JD December ’12
*All of the above can be reached at email@example.com
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