Professor Mary Sue Donsky, Esq.
Mary Sue Donsky is an Associate Professor in the Department of Law and Paralegal Studies at New York City College of Technology (CUNY) in Brooklyn, NY. Before coming to City Tech in 1992, Mary Sue taught at various other paralegal programs in New York City, including The New School, Long Island University/ C.W. Post and Adelphi University. Mary Sue’s paper “Addressing General Education Competencies in a Paralegal Capstone Course” was published in the American Association for Paralegal Education’s periodical, The Paralegal Educator and she presented on this topic at AAfPE’s national conference in 2010. At AAfPE’s 2012 national conference, she presented on “Art Across the Curriculum”.
Earlier in her career Mary Sue worked as an Assistant Public Defender in Daytona Beach, FL and as an Associate Attorney with Kirkland & Ellis in Chicago, IL. She earned a BS degree from Cornell University, a JD and an LL.M (taxation) from the University of Florida Law School and an LL.M (international finance and Chinese law) from the London School of Economics and Political Science. She is licensed to practice law in New York and Florida.
Feel free to visit The Dearly Departed, The Official Blog of LAW 2301, the blog connected to Professor Mary Sue Donsky’s Estates, Trusts and Wills course in the Department of Law and Paralegal Studies at New York City College of Technology (CUNY) in Brooklyn, New York.