Jacob G. Shulman

Jacob G. Shulman
Jacob Shulman is originally from central New Jersey, but has spent a significant period of his life near Chicago, Illinois. Jacob is a third year student at Rutgers Law School and received his undergraduate education from Rutgers University- New Brunswick. Jacob graduated with a bachelor's degree in political science, with a minor in economics and an Undergraduate Associate certificate from the Eagleton Institute of Politics in 2015. During the past few years, Mr. Shulman, has worked for multiple law firms in New York and New Jersey, focusing on assisting attorneys who represent mid-size and large business entities. Jacob has also worked in securities compliance as a law clerk for a broker-dealer. Jacob will be published in the upcoming volume of the Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal for his work in financial technology ("FinTech"). Additionally, Jacob has written about corporate governance issues, cybersecurity, and blockchain. He enjoys giving back to the community and has done so by being a member of Mt. Zion Lodge #135 of Free and Accepted Masons, various alumni groups, and the Highland Park Human Relations Commission. Jacob has had exposure to a myriad of legal and policy related internships and jobs. At the law school, Jacob was involved as the Career Services Chairman of the Student Bar Association (SBA), and served as the President of the Jewish Law Students Association (JLSA). As the Career Services Chairman, Jacob organized one of the largest judicial receptions at the law school. Jacob is a 2017-2018 Governor's Executive Fellow through the Eagleton Institute of Politics and a Business Law Fellow in the Rutgers Center for Corporate Law and Governance. His hobbies include rescuing and fostering dogs and being involved in the community.

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