Summer Associate 2022
Miranda Sapoznik is a rising second-year student at Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. Miranda is dedicated to service and advocacy; she is especially committed to assisting underserved populations secure access to representation. Miranda has been voted the Environmental Chair of the Cannabis Law Society at Cardozo, where she will be facilitating expert discussions concerning the environmental ethics and impacts of the expanding cannabis industry. She is also an active member of Cardozo's International Law Society and Women in Law Society. This upcoming Fall, Miranda will be working as an extern at the Social Justice Division of the New York State Attorney General's Office.
Prior to attending law school, Miranda graduated from the University of Maryland where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a minor in Law & Society. During her undergraduate tenure, she began to develop her legal expertise while working as a teaching assistant in a family law class. Subsequently, Miranda served as a legal research assistant, evaluating the relationship between disability law and the public health industry. Additionally, Miranda executed several research projects exploring the consequences that pervasive segregation within New York City public schools has on youth. She furthered this work by assessing the use of social emotional learning (SEL) curriculum as a developmental intervention and presenting her projects to faculty across the University's Legal Department.