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Berardi Immigration Law Names Gabriella Agostinelli Associate Attorney

Berardi Immigration Law Names Gabriella Agostinelli Associate Attorney

 

Berardi Immigration Law is pleased to announce that Gabriella Agostinelli has been promoted to the position of Associate Attorney.

Agostinelli joined Berardi Immigration Law as a Law Clerk in 2014. She received her Juris Doctor from the SUNY Buffalo Law School in 2014 and Bachelor’s Degrees in International Business and International Relations from Canisius College in 2011. 

Client Success Story: Fichman Furniture

Client Success Story: Fichman Furniture

 

Toronto-native Erran Fichman came to Berardi Immigration Law just three years ago wondering how he could expand his furniture business to the United States. Fichman owns Fichman Furniture (www.fichman.com), a company that designs and manufactures custom radiator covers. After successfully running his business for seven years in Canada, the demand for his product grew exponentially. It was time for Fichman Furniture to branch out. 

Niagara University Commencements Highlighted By U.S. Ambassador, Pulitzer Winner

Niagara University Commencements Highlighted By U.S. Ambassador, Pulitzer Winner

Niagara University’s 2015 slate of commencement ceremonies will be highlighted by addresses from the U.S. ambassador to Canada, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, the U.S. State Department reporter for CBS News and two highly decorated Catholic priests.

Niagara University will hold three commencement events – two for undergraduates – as well as a special liturgy and ROTC commissioning, all of which will take place on the upper level of the Gallagher Center.

Niagara University’s Program For Undeclared Students Receives National Advising Award

Niagara University’s Program For Undeclared Students Receives National Advising Award

Niagara University’s innovative program that helps undeclared students find a major that best suits their needs and talents – while making sure they graduate on time – is being honored by the National Academic Advising Association.

NU’s Academic Exploration Program, or AEP, is one of only four programs nationwide to receive NACADA’s Outstanding Institutional Advising Program Award.

Managing Partner Rosanna Berardi featured in Lawyer Monthly

Managing Partner Rosanna Berardi featured in Lawyer Monthly

 

The managing partner of Berardi Immigration Law, Rosanna Berardi, has been featured in the most recent issue of Lawyer Monthly in a piece titled, “My Legal Life.” Lawyer Monthly is a global online and print publication providing news, analysis and features relating to the legal and corporate industries, with more than 108,225 readers. 

Each month, the “My Legal Life” feature takes an in-depth look at the career of a highly skilled and experienced legal professional, speaking candidly about what motivates them, what challenges them, and why they do the work they do. With more than 20 years of experience in the immigration industry, our very own Rosanna Berardi was the perfect subject for this article. 

Catholic Charities of Buffalo Appoints Three to Leadership Positions

Catholic Charities of Buffalo Appoints Three to Leadership Positions

Catholic Charities of Buffalo has appointed three new members to its leadership team. Judette Dahleiden has been named Director of the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) nutrition program, Beverly Eagan has been named Corporate Compliance Officer and Joseph Farrauto has been named Director of Human Resources.
      
Dennis Walczyk, Catholic Charities chief executive officer, said, “We are pleased to promote Beverly to her new position, and welcome Judette and Joe into two critical leadership roles. I look forward to the expertise, energy and passion all three will bring to their new and increased responsibilities.”

Father Levesque Enjoying New Role Aimed At Advancing Scholarships, Civic Engagement

Father Levesque Enjoying New Role Aimed At Advancing Scholarships, Civic Engagement

Father Joseph L. Levesque, C.M., is noticeably relaxed on this sunny April day, 14 years of university presidency etched into his rearview mirror.

He’s meeting with Niagara University alumni and friends in his office, the very room he lived in when the Gacioch Center was still called Meade Hall and before the word “emeritus” followed “president” in his title.