Alison J. Caputo is an Associate at Buonamici, LaRaus & Di Fabio, LLP. Alison received her Bachelor of Science in Marketing from the New York University Stern School of Business with the distinction of being the youngest degree candidate in the entire University class at the age of 19, after graduating high school as Valedictorian at 15 years old. After a career in finance as a Junior Credit Analyst and Money Market Trader's Assistant, Alison spent time raising her two children before gaining employment with a family law solo practitioner in 2004. Pursuing her strong interest in law and desire to help others navigate through complex legal disputes and the judicial system, Alison enrolled in the Pace University School of Law in September 2009. Alison has worked at Buonamici, LaRaus & Di Fabio, LLP (formerly Buonamici & LaRaus, LLP) since 2007 and throughout her legal education, even after accelerating from the part-time to full-time study program. As a law student, Alison also took on two internships in conjunction with her continuing employment, working as a law clerk conducting research in Rockland and Westchester County intellectual property law firms. During her education at Pace Law School, Alison was on the Dean's List in Fall 2010, Spring 2012 and Fall 2012. After receiving the Generoso Pope Foundation Scholarship Award from the Columbian Lawyers Association in 2011, Alison achieved her Juris Doctor degree with cum laude honors in January 2013 and was ranked 71 out of 231 students in her graduating class. Alison was admitted to the New Jersey State Bar and District Court in June 2013, the New York State Bar in August 2013, and the Southern and Eastern District Courts of New York shortly thereafter. As an Associate, Alison has focused her practice primarily on family law, including pre and post matrimonial judgment matters, along with contract based collections litigation, and DWI and traffic violations.Read less
Honors: cum laudeNew York University, New York, New York, 1983
Honors: With Distinction
White Plains, NY 10605-1511
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