Katie Sferra is Program Coordinator for four Academic Research Centers at Rutgers Law School-Newark: The Center for Corporate Law and Governance (CCLG), Rutgers Institute for Information Policy and Law (RIIPL), The Center on Law, Inequality & Metropolitan Equity (CLiME), and The Center for Transnational Law (CTL).
Before joining Rutgers Law, Katie served as International Student Advisor at Princeton University’s Davis International Center. She received her Bachelor’s degree from Montclair State University.
Center for Corporate Law and Governance Student Fellows
Riham Alzabey A third-year law student, Riham is the Senior Articles Editor for the Rutgers Business Law Review Journal, a Teaching Associate in the Legal Analysis, Writing and Research Skills course, and a Research Fellow in the Center’s Fintech and Blockchain Program.
Amani Taha is a second year law student at Rutgers University-Newark from Tampa, FL. In addition to being the Center’s student fellow, she is a team member on the Jessup International Moot Court Team, staff editor on the International Law and Human Rights Journal, and the law student liaison for the New Jersey Muslim Lawyer’s Association. Her legal interests include International Commercial Law and human rights. She makes one of the best tiramisus in the tristate area.