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SU College of Law alumna, staff member named to ’40 Under 40′ list
Jaclyn D. Grosso
Kim Wolf Price L’03, director of professional and career development at SU College of Law, was recognized with a “40 Under 40” award at a Nov. 19 event at the Oncenter. The award acknowledges the region’s top professionals under the age of 40 for their business accomplishments and community involvement.
“I am very happy to receive this honor,” says Wolf Price. “My husband and I returned to the Central New York area because we know what the region has to offer-and that the opportunities are unlimited if we work together. We are both proud to raise our son here and to continue to build our careers in Central New York.”
Wolf Price is responsible for overseeing the office that assists more than 630 students and thousands of alumni at the College of Law in planning and developing their careers as attorneys. She joined the office last year as an associate director. Wolf Price began her legal career in the New York office of Clifford Chance U.S. LLP as a litigation associate, where she gained experience in securities litigation, white collar criminal defense and numerous pro bono matters. Wolf Price also served as a member of the pro bono and community affairs committee for Clifford Chance. Prior to joining the College of Law, she was associated with Gilberti, Stinziano, Heintz & Smith, P.C., in Syracuse, where she practiced civil litigation.
Wolf Price earned a bachelor’s degree at Colgate University and a juris doctor degree magna cum laude at the SU College of Law. While attending the College of Law, she was the notes and comments editor of the Syracuse Law Review and an associate member of the Moot Court Honor Society. Wolf Price was also inducted into the Order of the Coif, a national legal honor society. Prior to attending law school, she was the legislative coordinator for the New York Public Welfare Association and worked in legislative communications for the New York State Assembly.
Wolf Price is admitted to practice in New York state. Her professional affiliations include the New York State Bar Association, the New York State Women’s Bar Association, the Onondaga County Women’s Bar Association and the Association for Legal Career Professionals.