Fullerton Beck welcomed three legal interns last week — Delaney Lukowski, Zaira Rojas Navarro and Tarique Zachariah – for its 10-week internship program that will expose the law students to the firm’s appellate, general liability, medical malpractice, insurance coverage and New York labor law practices. They will help draft motions, observe depositions, court appearances and mediations, conduct research, and handle other substantive projects that will help them hone in on the type of law they would like to practice. They also will participate in work-related and social outings, including a trip to the Bronx County Supreme Courthouse, where they will meet with a judge, observe court proceedings, and attend a Yankee game and other summer social events.
We look forward to spending the summer with these impressive law students.
Meet Our Interns:
Delaney Lukowski is a Pace Law student. She is the recipient of the Trustee Tuition Grant and a member of the Environmental Law Society. She is also a BarBri Representative. She interned with Judge Jennifer Rogers in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. She was also the team captain of her College Women’s Lacrosse Team and had a lacrosse podcast, “Chicks with Sticks.”
Zaira Rojas Navarro is currently attending Benjamin Cardozo Law. She holds multiple scholarships, is a Section Senator and a member of the Student Bar Association, International Law Society, Latin American Law Students Association, Business Law Society, and the Trial Team. She was president of her debate team at the University of Washington. She is fluent in Spanish and enjoys long-distance running, hiking and stand-up comedy.
Tarique Zachariah is a Fordham Law student. He is an active board member of Fordham’s Moot Court and is a Jessup International Law Competitor. He is also the Academic Affairs Chair of the Black Law Student’s Association and a Council Member of the Dean’s Advisory Council on Diversity and Equity. Tarique interned with Judge Lyle Frank in New York Supreme and Judge Margo Brodie for the Eastern District of New York. He enjoys running, travel and technology and is a vocalist.
The firm’s successful internship program was launched when the firm was founded in 2018. Over the past four years, Fullerton Beck has hired former interns upon graduation from law school, including current associates Hunter Criscione and Stephen Grey.