CPC Staff

Suzanne M. Endrizzi (Assistant Dean)

Suzanne Endrizzi is the Assistant Dean for Career Planning at Fordham University School of Law. She is a member of the National Association of Law Placement and the Committee on Recruitment and Retention of Lawyers of the Association of the City of New York Bar.

Suzanne is a graduate of the College of Commerce and Finance at Villanova University and Fordham Law School. Upon graduation, she practiced corporate law at Brown & Wood LLP and Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP. Immediately prior to joining the CPC, Suzanne was affiliated with the search firm, E.P. Dine, Inc., where she placed associate- and partner-level attorneys at law firms, corporations and financial institutions.


Mitchell Weitz (Manager of Legal Recruiting)

Mitchell Weitz is the Manager of Legal Recruiting in the Career Planning Center at Fordham University School of Law. He is responsible for the day-to-day management of the various on-campus recruiting programs and employer-sponsored events at Fordham.

Mitchell is a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (S.B. in Chemistry), Harvard’s Graduate School of Arts & Sciences (M.A. in Chemistry), and Harvard Law School (J.D. cum laude). After graduation from law school, he practiced commercial litigation for twelve years, first as an associate with Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton & Garrison (New York, NY), then as associate and partner with Davis & Gilbert (New York, NY), and finally as Counsel with Porzio, Bromberg & Newman (Morristown, NJ). Immediately prior to joining Fordham, he worked for eleven years in the legal search field in New York, recruiting associate- and partner-level attorneys for positions with law firms, investment banks, and alternative investment firms.

He is a member of NALP, The Association for Legal Career Professionals.


Marianne Carroll (Associate Director)

Marianne Carroll is an Associate Director in the Career Planning Center at Fordham University School of Law. She provides counseling to all J.D. students, develops programming and career-related guides. In addition, Marianne acts as the point of contact for Evening Division students and manages the CPC’s initiatives for the Evening Division.

Marianne received her undergraduate degree from Hofstra University (B.A., Psychology). Immediately prior to joining the CPC, she was the Legal Recruiting Manager at Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP (formerly Dewey Ballantine LLP). While at Dewey & LeBoeuf, Marianne recruited at and visited various law schools (including Fordham Law) to conduct on-campus interviews and managed the summer associate program. She also managed the lateral hiring process and mentored summer and junior associates. Marianne also developed professional development training programs.

She is member of NALP: The Association for Legal Career Professionals.


Colleen Harp (Associate Director)

Colleen Harp is an Associate Director in the Career Planning Center at Fordham University School of Law. She provides counseling to all J.D. students on their career development and job search. In addition, Colleen oversees our recent graduate and experienced alumni platform.

Colleen received her law degree from the University of Michigan Law School and her undergraduate degree (B.A., Political Science and History) from the University of Michigan. Upon graduation from law school, she practiced corporate law at Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP. Immediately prior to joining the CPC, she was the Director of Specialized Attorney Recruiting at Update Legal, a legal search firm, where she recruited and placed attorneys in contract and permanent positions at law firms, corporations and financial institutions.


Gabrielle Marshall (Associate Director)

Gabrielle S. Marshall is an Associate Director in the Career Planning Center at Fordham University School of Law. Gabrielle received her law degree from Rutgers University School of Law - Newark and undergraduate degree (B.A., Political Science) from Rutgers University Douglass College. Gabrielle joins the CPC after nearly a decade as a litigation associate at Hughes Hubbard & Reed where she represented domestic and foreign clients in complex multinational litigation with an emphasis on federal securities fraud and professional liability matters. While at Hughes Hubbard, Gabrielle participated extensively in the firm’s recruiting efforts, which included reviewing student application materials and conducting both on-campus and call back interviews. Gabrielle also mentored summer, junior, and mid-level associates.

Gabrielle will provide counseling to all J.D. students and J.D. alumni. In addition, she will oversee and manage the CPC’s judicial clerkship program in concert with the Faculty Clerkship Committee. Further, Gabrielle will be involved with the development and implementation of the CPC’s Career Development Programming and with our career related guides and materials.


Ann Murray (Associate Director)

Ann received her law degree from Temple University Law School and an MSW from the University of Pennsylvania. Upon graduation from law school, Ann worked as a staff attorney and legal director for the Homeless Advocacy Project in Philadelphia where she represented homeless adults and children in civil legal matters, and supervised lawyers and law students at free legal clinics throughout Philadelphia. As a representative of the Homeless Advocacy Project, Ann was an active member the Open Door Coalition, working on a variety of policy matters affecting Philadelphia’s homeless community. Ann was also responsible for hiring and supervising law student interns and staff attorneys for the Homeless Advocacy Project. After leaving practice, Ann became an associate director in the Office of Career Planning and Placement at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. During her eight year tenure at Penn Law, Ann worked with students and alumni seeking both public and private summer and permanent legal employment. In addition, she was the primary administrator of the Greater Philadelphia Area Law Schools’ Public Interest/Public Service Job Fair. Although she was the point person for students seeking public sector employment, Ann counseled and educated all students and graduates in the basics of career development and all-sector job search strategies. Ann counsels all J.D. students and acts the CPC’s primary point of contact for transfer and visiting J.D. students. In addition, Ann is involved with the development and implementation of the career educational programming, including managing and expanding the first year career development curriculum.


Catherine Quinn (Associate Director)

Catherine is an Associate Director and provides counseling to all J.D. students on their career development and job search strategies. In addition, Catherine coordinates the CPC’s Career Development programming and acts as the CPC’s point of contact for student organizations. Catherine received her law degree from St. John’s University, where she was in the Evening Division, and her undergraduate degree from Fordham University. Prior to coming to Fordham, she was Assistant Director of Career Services for Touro Law Center, where she counseled students and recent alumni in all aspects of career development, including drafting search documents, preparing for interviews, and developing targeted employment searches. She practiced litigation at Herzfeld & Rubin, P.C., and Burns, Russo, Tamigi and Reardon P.C., before becoming a Director at Custom Legal Staffing, where she placed attorneys and support personnel in permanent and contract positions. She is admitted to the New York State Bar, and is a member of NALP and the Nassau County Bar Association.


Sabrienna Jean (Resource, Reciprocity and Job Postings Associate)

Sabrienna Jean is the CPC Resource Associate. Sabrienna received her B.A. from SUNY, University at Albany, and is studying Organizational Management at St. Joseph's College.  She has worked in Residential Life at the University at Albany and in Recruiting at J.P. Morgan Chase.  Most recently, Sabrienna has worked in both Career Development and Counseling/Health Services at St. Joseph’s College in Brooklyn.  As the Resource Associate, Sabrienna is responsible for maintaining and updating all of the print and web-based career resources for the CPC Resource Library and assisting students in locating and using the resources. In addition, Sabrienna provides weekly trainings for students and alumni in how to use the Microsoft Office mail merge function which allows the user to quickly and easily generate letters to a group of similar employers (such as judges or small law firms). Sabrienna also acts as point person for resource reciprocity requests—both from Fordham students and alumni and from students and alumni of other law schools. She is also responsible for coordinating the Fordham Law job bank (Symplicity) and works closely with the Manager of Legal Recruiting to organize Fordham Law School’s On-Campus Interview Programs. 


Juan Tejada (Executive Secretary)

Catherine Wong (Executive Secretary)

TBA (Executive Secretary)

Mailing Address

Fordham University School of Law
150 West 62nd Street, Suite LL-100
New York, NY 10023

Telephone: (212) 636-6926 (Main Office), (212) 636-7602 (Resource Library)
Facsimile: (212) 636-7852
Email: careers@law.fordham.edu

Drop-In Hours

Monday to Thursday
12:00-1:00pm; 1:00-2:00pm; 2:00-3:00pm; 3:00-4:00pm; and 5:00-6:00pm

CPC Main Office Hours

Monday - Friday 10:00am-6:00pm

Students and alumni are welcome to schedule counseling appointments by calling 212-636-6926. In addition, the CPC maintains drop-in hours for students and alumni with quick questions (15 min. maximum). Students and alumni may visit the CPC Main Office or call the main number 15 minutes prior to the start of a drop-in hour to schedule a time to speak with a counselor.

Summer 2015

From Monday, April 27 to Friday, August 24 2015, the CPC Main Office and the Resource Library are open Monday - Friday from 10am-6pm. Fordham Law School and CPC are closed on the following dates:  Thursday July 2, Friday July 3, Friday July 10, Friday July 17, Friday July 24, Friday July 31 and Friday August 7.