Plainview, NY – Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates, P.C., has been a longtime supporter of the Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center; two partners graduated from the prestigious institution and cofounder Tom Rosicki serves his alma mater on its Board of Governors. The Rosicki team’s longtime association with Touro Law School has resulted in numerous alumni joining the firm in recent years, and as of April 2014, several have earned promotion to leadership positions within the Foreclosure Department. Working from Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates’ Plainview offices, these four alumni demonstrate both Touro’s academic excellence and their personal commitment to the legal profession and the wider community.
A new assistant managing attorney at the Plainview Foreclosure Department, Regina Competiello graduated from Touro Law School in 2011 and joined Rosicki in November of that year, shortly after passing the New York State Bar exam. While studying at Touro, she was a member of the Emerald Law Society. Since graduating, Ms. Competiello has relocated to Wantagh, New York, and currently serves as a board member of Italian-Americans in Government, Inc.
Amanda Gentile also earned a promotion to assistant managing attorney at the Plainview Foreclosure Department. A 2010 graduate at Touro, Ms. Gentile joined Rosicki shortly after earning her juris doctor and was admitted to the New York State Bar a year later. A resident of Holtsville, New York, she continues to be an active member of the Touro Law School community; a participant in the Moot Court program as a student, she has since acted as a judge for the club’s competitions.
Joining the new assistant managing attorneys at the Plainview offices are two fellow Touro graduates, Shanna Black and Christopher Medina, each of whom has been promoted to the position of supervising attorney.