Hancock Estabrook, LLP is pleased to announce that Litigation Partner Mary L. D’Agostino has been selected as a 2023 recipient of the Honorable Judith S. Kaye Commercial and Federal Litigation Scholarship.
The scholarship will cover the cost of registration at a future session of the Commercial Litigation Academy. The goal of the scholarship is to help increase the number of women prepared to serve as first chair in large commercial cases. The Commercial Litigation Academy is sponsored by the New York State Bar Association and the Commercial and Federal Litigation Section. “Kaye Scholars” are announced at the Section’s Annual Meeting in New York City.
Each Kaye Scholar is presented with her award during a program that will take place in the Ceremonial Courtroom of the Southern District of New York in conjunction with the presentation of the Shira A. Scheindlin Award for Excellence in the Courtroom, an award presented to female litigators who have had distinguished careers in the courtroom in either the Federal or State Courts in New York and who have shown a commitment to mentoring young attorneys.
Mary L. D’Agostino focuses her practice on commercial litigation, federal and state appellate advocacy and other civil disputes. Previously, she served as a Law Clerk to U.S. Magistrate Judges Christian F. Hummel and David E. Peebles, as an Appellate Court Attorney with the Appellate Division, Fourth Department and as an Assistant Corporation Counsel for the City of Syracuse.
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