Corey Cohen: Vol. 44 Executive Editor
Corey Cohen is in his final year of law school at Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad College of Law. He serves as the Executive Editor for Nova Law Review, Volume 44. His role as part of the executive board encompasses managing the internal operations of the organization, performance evaluations, and all the organization's fiscal responsibilities.
His article, Against All Odds: The Repeal of PASPA and the Legalization of Sports Gambling, was written after the Supreme Court ruled the ban of sports betting unconstitutional. Corey is also an advocate for the Moot Court Society and NSU Trial Association (NTA). As a 2L, Corey finished as a semi-finalist in the NTA Upperclassman Competition, and subsequently competed in the AAJ Student Trial Advocacy Competition in West Palm Beach, FL. In the Winter of 2019, Corey interned for the Honorable Bruce E. Reinhart of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.
Corey ranks in the top 10% of his class, and currently works as a law clerk at Wasch Raines, LLP, putting his skills primarily towards the firm's efforts in various business litigation, franchise law, and trademark law concerns. Prior, he clerked for the general counsel of Kolter Group, a renowned real estate development company. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Finance from the University of Central Florida.