Trustee Ross F. Moskowitz ’84 and Adjunct Professor Jeffrey M. Wice are among “the age disruptors who changed New York” named in City & State’s new “50 Over 50” list. Now in its seventh year of publication, the list highlights the impact of influential New Yorkers and celebrates the “life lessons of these long-serving leaders.”
Moskowitz, a partner at Stroock, is what City & State describes as “a key player in New York City’s influential real estate industry.” He has been involved with a wide variety of projects across the city, including the Flushing waterfront rezoning, Citi Field, Essex Crossing, the World Trade Center, and the Domino Sugar Factory.
He told City & State that “being recently honored nationally as Chambers’ ‘Outstanding Ally’ of the year for my efforts in promoting diversity stands out as my… proudest [accomplishment].” Moskowitz has served as a Trustee at NYLS since 2009.
Professor Wice directs NYLS’s New York Census and Redistricting Institute and is an adjunct professor.
With over 40 years of experience working in redistricting, voting rights, and census law, Professor Wice is a national expert on redistricting. Serving as counsel to the Washington, D.C. law firm Sandler Reiff Lamb Rosenstein & Birkenstock, P.C., Professor Wice has assisted many state legislative leaders, members of Congress, and other state and local government officials on redistricting and voting rights matters across the nation.
He told City & State he’s especially proud of the work he’s done “to promote fair and equal political representation, including by writing and teaching next generations.”
Both Moskowitz and Wice are critical members of the NYLS community. “They are involved in some of the most important issues that will shape the city’s future,” said Dean and President Anthony W. Crowell. “Their leadership and vision for a better New York are tremendous.”