Three Albany Law School graduates were named to the Albany Business Review’s 40 Under 40 Class of 2023.
The publication’s annual compilation highlights emerging leaders across Capital Region industries.
Charles Gottlieb ’11 is a partner at Whiteman Osterman & Hanna. He regularly represents residential and commercial developers, religious institutions, non-profit organizations, and public utility infrastructure companies as they obtain land use and environmental permits. While at Albany Law School, he was a Government Law Center Fellow. He also worked as a legal intern for the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, where he researched various environmental issues and drafted legal memoranda on topics such as the Clean Water Act, land use, dam safety and bulk storage.
Myles Fischer ’09 is a partner at Harris Beach. His main focus is on estate planning, administration, and tax matters. He advises individual and corporate clients, including tax exempt organizations on issues of tax and labor and employment. While at Albany Law School, he was Executive Vice President of the Student Bar Association, a member of Phi Alpha Delta, and the Cardozo Legal Society.
Kendra Rubin ’12 is the chief legal officer at Broadview Federal Credit Union. The local credit union came from a merger of SEFCU and CAP COM. Previously, she worked as vice president of governmental affairs with the New York State Credit Union Association, where she advocated for credit unions throughout New York. While at Albany Law School, Rubin was president of the Pro Bono Society and was a recipient of the prestigious Edgar ’46 & Margaret Sandman Fellowship. Post-graduation, she was given Albany Law School’s Rising Star in Government Award (2017) and was named to City & State’s 40 under 40 list (2019).