Commercial Litigation Group
Passed July 2022 Uniform Bar Exam, anticipated admission Spring 2023
J.D., Pace University, Elisabeth Haub School of Law cum laude , with Advanced Certificate in Health and Policy
Society of Clinical Research Associates (SOCRA), Certified Clinical Research Professional
B.A., Herbert H. Lehman College
Venesha White is a Law Clerk in the Firm’s Litigation Department. Prior to joining Dorf & Nelson, Ms. White was a legal intern at the New Rochelle Criminal Court where she assisted in the investigation, preparation, and prosecution of criminal cases in New Rochelle. She was also an intern at the Legal Services of Hudson Valley where she worked with attorneys to counsel clients in housing and divorce matters, and drafted motions. Ms. White was a legal intern at Sanctuary for Families where she educated victims of domestic violence about their legal rights and advocated for victims during court appearances. Additionally, Ms. White was an intern at FUJIFILM Holdings America Corporation where she provided support to a variety of global legal research compliance initiatives in Anti-Bribery, Anti- Kickback and Anti-Corruption, developed and standardized research compliance training and education materials and conducted legal research and generated legal memoranda.
Prior to starting her legal career, Ms. White held several research positions at Mount Sinai School of Medicine. Over the course of her employment, Ms. White was Lead Clinical Research Coordinator II/ Hematology Oncology, Senior Pediatric Clinical Research Coordinator/ Hematology Oncology, Protocol Review and Monitoring Committee Administrator and served as Clinical Research Program Director where she provided Operational leadership of the Tisch Cancer Institute’s Protocol Review Monitoring System.
Ms. White graduated Cum Laude from Pace University, Elisabeth Haub School of Law with an Advanced Certificate in Health Law and Policy with a focus on Anti- Bribery, Kickback and Corruption. She also served as Submissions Editor for the Pace International Law Review.