Monday, September 16, 2013

Paralegal Department News at Bramson ORT College

Paralegal Department Faculty Highlights

The Paralegal Department faculty is composed of esteemed and experienced attorneys who are specialists in their legal fields. Today we are showcasing Professor Benjamin Lavin, Esq. Benjamin Lavin, Esq. is admitted to the Bar both in the State of New York and in the State of Israel. Professor Lavin served as Director of Litigation and Claims for F.O.J.P. Service Corporation in Manhattan for 36 years, specializing in medical malpractice, general liability and personal injury claims. His professional responsibilities included managing, supervising, and guiding investigators, claims examiners, and claims attorneys, as well as defense law firms. Professor Lavin was also actively involved in negotiating litigation claims and in mediations. Prior to this Director position, Professor Lavin maintained a private law practice in Tel Aviv, Israel. Professor Lavin received his J.D. from St. John’s University and his L.L.B. from the University of Jerusalem. He teaches Torts, Family Law, and Probate and Estate Administration.

At Bramson ORT College, students get to learn hands-on skills in their field from industry professionals such as Professor Benjamin Lavin, EsqThe college welcomes international students and promotes campus diversity. The Career Services Department assists students with career internships and job placement with an 80% graduate job placement rate! If you or your school is interested in Bramson ORT's Paralegal Program, online courses, degree or certificate programs, contact the college today. The school provides affordable tuition coupled with great scholarships and hands-on educational opportunities. There are 19 degree programs to choose from and many certificate programs as well. The college has campuses in Brooklyn and Queens close to major transportation, including the E, F, N, R, M, and D subway lines. For more information call 718-261-5800 or visit the website at Read more testimonials, news highlights and student/faculty success stories at

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