Pashman Stein Walder Hayden Hosts Four Students for its 2022 Summer Program
Pashman Stein Walder Hayden proudly hosted three summer associates and a summer intern as part of the firm’s 2022 Summer Program, which included virtual and in-person networking, mentoring, and training sessions with partners, retired Judges, and associates.
“We greatly enjoy mentoring the next generation of lawyers as part of our summer program,” said Michael S. Stein, firm Chair and Managing Partner. “This summer’s outstanding group of students were exposed to a range of practice areas as well as our philosophy that it is a great privilege to practice law, seeing firsthand our energy and commitment to clients, the community, and to public service.”
Burns, a student at Rutgers Law School in Camden, returned to Pashman Stein Walder Hayden as a summer associate after participating in the firm’s 2021 Summer Program. Burns earned her M.A. in Corporate and Public Communication from Monmouth University and her B.A. from Seton Hall. She is a member of the Black Law Student Association as well as the Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging Committee. Burns previously worked as an Adjunct Professor at Atlantic Cape Community College.
Blass, a summer associate, attends Rutgers Law School in Newark where he has worked as a Contracts Teaching Assistant. He received his Rabbinic Ordination and B.A. in History from Yeshiva University. His previous experience includes working as a Summer Associate for Epstein Ostrove, LLC, as well as working as a legal intern for Beth Din of America.
Karasick, a summer associate, attends Santa Clara University School of Law in San Jose, California. She received her B.A. in Communication & Spanish-Latin American Studies from Westminster College in Salt Lake City, Utah. Her previous experience includes working as a program director for the Utah Department of Human Services—Division of Juvenile Justice and as a Court Appointed Friend and Advocate for Fresh Lifelines for Youth in Santa Clara County, California.
Smith, a summer intern, is a rising senior at Monmouth University, and will earn her B.A. in Political Science with a concentration in Legal Studies. She holds leadership positions in the university’s Model United Nations team and Students Advocating for Girl’s Education program and is a member of its Debate team.