Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates Attorney to Receive Volunteer Award

On January 30, the Touro Law Center will host its Annual Winter Alumni Reception at Le Marais steakhouse in New York City. This year, Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates is proud to announce that Kelly Ann Poole, the directing partner of the firm’s foreclosure operations, will receive the school’s Outstanding Volunteer of the Year Award. Touro Law Center presents this award to an exceptional alumnus or alumna who has donated his or her time to the school throughout the year. Volunteer activities range from attending student and orientation receptions to mentoring students and judging various competitions. In addition to its Volunteer of the Year Award, the school will also present the following honors: the Exceptional Law School Service Award, Emerging Leader Award, Public Service Award, and the Keith Romaine Elected Official of the Year Award.

Kelly Ann Poole has worked with Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates for nearly two decades and has played an integral role in establishing the firm’s well-respected mortgage banking law practice. Admitted to practice in New York, Connecticut, and the District of Columbia, Ms. Poole holds an undergraduate degree in business from St. John’s University and completed her legal studies at Touro Law Center. Throughout her career, she has volunteered with a variety of organizations in addition to her alma mater. Presently, she supports the North Shore Animal League, AHRC, and several groups that offer therapeutic horseback riding lessons to individuals with disabilities.

Outside her personal philanthropic commitments, Kelly Ann Poole is part of a greater culture of giving at Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates. The firm has earned numerous accolades over the years for its dedication to organizations such as the Hunter’s Hope Foundation and the Kosciuszko Foundation. Additionally, the firm employs a number of individuals with special needs and supports The Rehabilitation Institute (TRI) and AHRC Nassau, both of which serve individuals with disabilities.


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