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Taylor Puluse

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“Ramapo College provided me with a well-rounded interdisciplinary undergraduate education that has supported me into fulfilling many of my life goals. Between the diverse coursework and personalized guidance offered by the professors at Ramapo, I was able to not only be accepted to my desired law school, Rutgers Law School-Newark, but also receive a generous scholarship to support my legal education.

Ramapo was a place where I found my calling, learned that I wanted to become an attorney, and gained recognition for my hard work. During my time at Ramapo, I received invaluable friendships and mentorships from my fellow students and professors. I am proud to be a Ramapo alumna and I am forever grateful for the experiences and knowledge I received during my undergraduate career.” – Taylor Puluse ’20 graduated summa cum laude with duel majors in Law and Society and in History. She earned her Juris Doctorate from Rutgers Law School Newark in May 2023. Taylor is studying for the July 2023 Bar Exam with the intention of being barred in NJ and NY. Starting in August 2023, Taylor will clerk in the Bergen County Superior Court of New Jersey – Civil Division for Judge Peter G. Geiger.

While at Ramapo, Taylor was the Editor in Chief of the Ramapo Journal of Law and Society. She received the 2020 Academic Achievement Award for Law and Society and the 2020 Best LAWS Thesis Award. She was the Recipient of the Anne Glickman Memorial Scholarship for Outstanding Female Law and Society Majors, a Dean’s List recipient, and was a member of Phi Alpha Theta Honor Society, of Golden Key International Honour Society and of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars.