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Prior to joining Brooklyn A, Loveleen was a startup founder at an early-stage Agricultural Technology company in New York and worked as an Attorney at Court Square Law Project where she represented clients in small business and trademark law matters. Prior to her entrepreneurial career and experience in business law, Loveleen worked as an Attorney at Ford Harrison LLP advising companies on their employment and labor law matters. Loveleen has also worked as a Judicial Fellow for Honorable Judge Gerald Lebovits in New York Supreme Court. Loveleen brings to the Community & Economic Development Program her experience as a business owner and transactional law experience to foster economic opportunities and development in the communities Brooklyn A serves. Loveleen holds a J.D. from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law and a B.Sc. in Finance and Marketing with a minor in Economics from Fordham University. Her favorite places in NYC are Soho and Long Island City.

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