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Meet our Student Ambassadors

Our student ambassadors are outstanding representatives of our community. Please contact them with your questions about Delaware Law.


Rucha DubliRucha Dubli
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First Year, Full-Time Regular Division

Hometown

Bedminster, New Jersey

Undergraduate Education

Rutgers University- New Brunswick Campus

Political Science

A member of the American Bar Association and Chester County Bar Association, Rucha also serves as the Networking Chair for Phi Alpha Delta International Law Fraternity. She has worked full time as a legal assistant at a law firm that focused on real estate law and civil litigation over the past two years and also interned for a municipal prosecutor during that time.

What does Rucha like most about Delaware Law?

“Delaware Law School appealed to me from the moment I stepped on campus. From its beautiful campus to its prime location given all of the major surrounding cities, I knew instantly this would be a great fit. The comforts of a small school environment has allowed unique professor-student relationships, which I have really appreciated in my short time at Delaware Law. The Delaware Law School family is very welcoming and helpful - which helps me to be a successful 1L!”


ConnieConnie Henderson
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Third Year, Full-Time Regular Division

Hometown

Quakertown, PA

Undergraduate Education

West Chester University

Political Science

Connie participates in Youth Court and regularly volunteers to help out with Wills For Heroes events. In the past she has engaged in a number of volunteer activities including Adopt-A-Block community events to hosting events that raised funds for Cystic Fibrosis research. She previously interned at the Republican Committee of Chester County while an undergraduate and acted as a Fellow Leader for the College of Business and Public Affairs Women Leaders Fellowship.  

What does Connie like most about Delaware Law?

"I value the size of the Delaware Law community. Relationships with professors are personalized and valued. On the other hand, there are Delaware Law Alum all throughout DE and PA. What seems like a small and intimate network in my academic years, is truly a large and all encompassing network outside the academic buildings."/p>


Claudia KrizaClaudia Kriza
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Third Year, Full-Time Division

Hometown

West Chester, PA

Undergraduate Education

Pennsylvania State University

Psychology with a focus in Neuroscience

Claudia will be participating in Youth Court during her time at Delaware Law. While and undergraduate at Penn State she was heavily involved in the Penn State Dance Marathon each year. The year long effort culminated into a 46 hour no sitting, no sleeping dance marathon to raise money for Pediatric Cancer for the Four Diamonds Fund in Hershey Pennsylvania.

What does Claudia like most about Delaware Law?

“I love the many opportunities that this school offers. If you take the time to become involved and get to know the faculty they are all there to help you succeed. Being able to follow in my dad and brothers footsteps is a huge honor.”


Alberto Longo
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Third Year, Full-Time Division

Hometown

Easton, PA

Undergraduate Education

Desales University

Criminal Justice, Prelaw

Alberto is active in the Alternative Dispute Resolution Society and with the Student Bar Association and Phi Alpha Delta. He also volunteers with the Beau Biden Foundation and the Delaware Wills for Heroes program. He will spend the summer after his first year as a law clerk with the Delaware River Port Authority Office of the General Counsel.

What does Alberto like most about Delaware Law?

I enjoy the tightly-knit legal community of Delaware Law School. I firmly believe that Delaware Law School has afforded me countless opportunities to expand my legal career that I would not have received at another institution. 


PaulT. Paul Markovitz
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Third Year, Full-Time Regular Division

Hometown

Lancaster, PA

Undergraduate Education

Lebanon Valley College

Digital Communications

Paul has served as a Judicial Extern to The Honorable Mary Pat Thynge, United States District Court for the District of Delaware. He has also been a Summer Associate at Tarabicos Grosso, LLP and W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc. as well as a Law Clerk at Halloran Farkas Kittila LLP and the Law Offices of Max D. Miller. He is interested in both corporate litigation and admiralty law.

What does Paul like most about Delaware Law?

"Delaware Law's professors want to help you reach your goals. Professors are open to answer any questions you may have about the subject matter being taught. I chose Delaware Law school due to its location in the Corporate Capital of the world and due to students having the opportunity to interact with professors outside the classroom."


BrookeBrooke Mills
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Third Year, Full-Time Regular Division

Hometown

Millville, NJ

Undergraduate Education

East Stroudsburg University

Political Science

Brooke spent a summer interning at the Law Firm of Richard Piscatore in Vineland, NJ and has engaged with a number of other interesting positions including as a cheerleading coach, a pre-school aide, and serving for several years as a Lieutenant for the Police Explorers Program Post 117.

What does Brooke like most about Delaware Law?

"I love the community feel and environment. When I first came to law school, I really didn't know if this was the type of environment to foster any type of friendship or relationships, I was immediately proven wrong and have developed friendships with my peers that will last a lifetime in both the legal profession and real world."


Hannah RaceHannah Race
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Third Year, Full-Time Regular Division

Hometown

Cherry Hill, NJ

Undergraduate Education

Towson University

Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice

Hannah is an active member of the Moot Court Honor Society, serving as bailiff. She is an active participant in Wills for Heroes, aMartin Luther King Semester of Services Project on Teaching Desegregation, and the Medical/Legal Partnership Program. She has served internships with the Baltimore City District Court State attorney's office and Baltimore City's Juvenile Justice Center's Victim/Witness Services office of the State's Attorney.

What does Hannah like most about Delaware Law?

“The small classes at Delaware Law allow students to have close personal contact with the professors. The congenial atmosphere makes it very comfortable to ask the professors the necessary questions to expand your understanding of complex legal issues.”


Racquel SilanoRaquel Silano
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Third Year, Full-Time Regular Division

Hometown

Philadelphia, PA

Undergraduate Education

Penn State

Broadcast Journalism and International Political Economy

Raquel is interested in all of the myriad facets of the law and is particularly interested in participating in Alternative Dispute Resolution.

What does Raquel like most about Delaware Law?

“Coming to Delaware Law has been one of the most thrilling decisions of my life. I absolutely love how invested the professors are in our success and the culture/environment created by the community of students. The campus is safe, the students are engaged during class discussion, and the academic staff is here to support, help, and encourage in every way! I look forward to the opportunity to show potential academic community members how much I enjoy getting a legal education at Delaware Law and what a smart choice I think coming here was.”


Kathryn SteinKathryn Stein
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Third Year, Full-Time Regular Division

Hometown

Hellertown, PA

Undergraduate Education

Moravian College

Sociology; Law and Society

Kathryn is the 2017-2018 American Bar Association/Law Student Division Rep. of the SBA Executive Board, and she will be an intern in the fall of her 2L year for the Delaware Department of Justice - Criminal Division. She spent the summer after her first year as a law clerk for the Delaware Department of Justice - Attorney General's Office. She volunteered for the Wills for Heroes program in the fall semester of her first year, and competed with the Moe Levine Trial Advocacy Team in the spring semester. She served as the 1L Section Representative Officer for the Delaware Law Student Bar Association and is an active law student member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and the American Bar Association.

What does Kathryn like most about Delaware Law?

"There is a phenomenal balance among Delaware Law students of unity and competition, that allows us to perform to our maximum potential on a daily basis. Additionally, the accessibility and willingness of the faculty to help students grow ensures that we receive a valuable legal education that is preparing us for successful careers in the legal community."

Become a Student Ambassador

If you are a current Delaware Law student interested in participating in this program, please visit student ambassador registration.