Sarah Koloski Regina ’10 Appointed Director of Academic Support
Sarah Koloski Regina ’10 has been appointed to the position of Director of Academic Support at Rutgers School of Law–Newark. In this position, she will continue the work that Legal Research and Writing Instructor Amy Bitterman began last year to provide counseling and instruction to students who would benefit from additional academic support.
Regina will report to Acting Senior Associate Dean Stuart L. Deutsch and co-teach the new Legal Analysis course with him. She also will provide counseling and academic assistance to students and assist with the development of the new Advanced Common Law Capstone course.
Regina is a 2010 graduate of the law school, where she was Symposium Editor of the Rutgers Law Review, a board member of the Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP), a Teaching Assistant for Legal Writing, and a co-chair of the Public Interest Law Foundation. She also was a Levin Scholarship and Kosloski Scholarship recipient, a Proskauer Rose Public Interest Fellow (she worked at the Education Law Center for the fellowship), and, at graduation, received the Judge J. Skelly Wright Prize, which is given to the member of the graduating class who contributed the most to civil rights, civil liberties, and human affairs during law school.
After graduation, Regina was a litigation associate at Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP in New York City. Since June 2012 she had been a Clinical Law Fellow in the law school’s Child Advocacy Clinic.
Regina received her B.A. from Northwestern University.