Alexandra Catalano


University of Massachusetts School of Law, Dartmouth, MA

Juris Doctor Candidate, May 2020

Pace University, Pleasantville, NY                       

Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a minor in Pre-Law, Magna Cum Laude, May 2017

Honors: Pforzheimer Honors College, Alpha Lambda Delta and Lambda Sigma Honor Societies


Relevant Course Work

Business Law, Public Myth and Ideologies , Comparative Politics,      

American Government and Political Institutions, Revolution or Reform,

Politics and Environment: Urban Prospective, Criminal Law, 

Constitutional Law, International Business Law, Campaign Politics, 

Politics of Law, Model UN, Advanced Business Law, Sports and Entertainment Law 

Academic Project

Pace Academy Environmental Clinic                Spring  2014, Fall 2014

  • Advocacy centered class, where each group was given a client and expected to work with the client in achieving their goal

Alexandra Catalano's portfolios

5 portfolios


Highly motivated law student. Excellent work ethic and communication skills, and ability to work against deadlines  


Related Work Experience

Office of New York State Senator Terrence Murphy, Shrub Oak, New York-Intern     August 2016-Present
  • Write letters to constituents in response to their inquiry on or with a particular issue that is taking place within the district and what the office is going to do or is doing to help them resolve their issue
  • Correspond with offices explaining a constituents situation and notifying them of all paperwork pertaining to the subject that constituent has sent to our office is included to better assist them in helping with the issue
  • Handle constituent cases through online research and phone calls to offices that are able to better assist the constituent through their resources
  • Communicate with other Senate offices, different companies, and constituents- via phone; complete other administrative tasks as needed
  • Help with campaign by making phone calls to all constituents within the district and putting together mail with information about the Senator, platforms and past term

Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office, Brooklyn, NY-Grand Jury Intern        June 2015-July 2015

  • Articulated to defense attorneys offers on their client cases
  • Assisted in creating Superior Court Information (SCI) pleas
  • Filled out criminal court calendar with the court clerks
  • Completed orders of protection (OOPS) for defendant to stay away from those they have harassed or hurt in the past
  • Filed and served papers to court and defense attorneys, as well as distributed and picked up papers for judge to sign
  • Greeted forepersons and escorted them to back to sign indictments
  • Delivered files to correct zone



Leadership Experience

Pace for Kids, Pace University- Sponsorship Director                              2016
  • Enlisted local business to make donations for raffles and auction baskets for the night of the event

  • Built all baskets for raffles and auction to ensure that the baskets would draw a crowd as well as have tickets

    purchased to raise funds for the Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital

  • Planned and coordinated the times for each raffle and the live auction

  • Worked with nine board members and four advisors to make sure the event raised sufficient funds

Work Experience

Caregiver                                                  October 2013-Present 

  • Supervised four children from ages five through fourteen years old
  • Provided transportation and prepared meals
  • Organized sports equipment and tutoring packets for their activities
  • Managed children’s daily schedules and brought each of them to various activities after school
  • Completed errands on occasion when necessary

Computer Skills

Basic Microsoft Office(Word, Power Point, Excel)



Overall Reflections

The first time I used ePortfolio was during my freshman year in public speaking.  The assignment was to place our resume on the page and sell yourself on why you were the best person for the job.  I never would have thought that I would continue to work and continuously update my ePortfolio.  While working on this assignment I realized that this was not just a site to place my resume on.  I saw that I was able to make resume truly come to life.  I love how I can better explain and enhance my resume this way.  A resume is not supposed to be long but is supposed to highlight ones accomplishes.  Through ePortfolio I can further expand my resume.  I can add pictures, video clips, and a little explanation, to help an employer see why this is on my resume.  I can show employers what I have done during my academic career, as well as, showing them who I am as a person.  As I continue my studies at Pace I will continue to update my ePortfolio, so that I am able to show employers not only my academic accomplishments but also who I am outside of a classroom.  I love how I was able to create a page that specifically shows off me personally and not the person I am inside a classroom.  EPortfolio has allowed me the opportunity to showcase my academic career as well as some of my personal life.  I know that as I continue as a Pace student I will always work on my ePortfolio, because I hope to have many more amazing opportunities during my next two years here.