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Newsday Features Judge A. Gail Prudenti, Dean of Hofstra Law, as a ‘Legal Visionary’

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An Oct. 29 Newsday story highlights how Judge A. Gail Prudenti, dean of Hofstra Law, is steering the Law School during ‘changing times’ in the legal profession and examines her vision and goals as the Law School’s 10th dean.

Hofstra Law Dean A. Gail Prudenti Steers School in ‘Changing Times’
By Candice Ferrette
Oct. 28, 2017


“I see great possibilities for this law school,” said Prudenti, 64, who was named dean on May 1. “The practice of law is going through changing times. It will once again flourish — but in a different way.”

A version of the article appears in print on Sunday, Oct. 29, on Page A19 with the headline “Hofstra’s Legal Visionary.”

Read the full article on the Newsday website (subscription required).

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