INTERN SPOTLIGHT: Salenger Sack is proud to feature another two of our talented law interns: Victoria Noto and Richard Hermer-Fried.
Victoria is a second-year student from Touro College. She is interested in personal injury and entertainment law and hoping to practice in either of these fields. Victoria graduated with her Bachelor’s degree from Marist College, majoring in Criminal Justice where she was a member of Criminal Justice Honors Society. Before joining SSKB, she has worked in two different law firm. She is currently part of Moot Court Honors Board. On a personal note, she enjoys drawing and traveling.
Richard is a Hofstra University law-student and joined our firm for the summer internship program. He got interested in law when he took a Commercial Law class during his undergrad and was certain of his passion for law. He has interned in Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office in the Financial Investigation and Money Laundering Bureau in 2018. Richard is interested in Tort law specially personal injury, product liability and possibly corporate law. He is also a volunteer in Veterans Legal Assistance Project at Hofstra where they hold free legal service clinics for military veterans twice a year. Richard is a member of Hofstra’s journal on International Business and Law serving as Attorney Coordinator as well as Hofstra’s Trial Advocacy Association. Richard attended Boston University for his undergrad and received his B.S. majoring in Communication, specializing in Advertising. During that time, he belonged to AdLab and was a sports commentator for BUTV. On the personal note, he likes to write fiction, play Golf, Surf and play jam on Saxophone. We wish both Richard and Victoria a great year ahead.