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Mary Rose Brusewitz Awarded Grunin Prize for Sustained Commitment

June 6, 2024

New York Member-in-Charge Mary Rose Brusewitz received on June 4 the Grunin Prize for Sustained Commitment from the Grunin Center for Law and Social Entrepreneurship at NYU School of Law.

Brusewitz concentrates her practice on international transactions, is a founding member of the Impact Investing Legal Working Group (IILWG), and has provided ongoing leadership to the IILWG over the past decade.

“I am deeply humbled and honored to receive this recognition from the Grunin Center,” Brusewitz said. “It has been a fascinating and rewarding journey working over many years to support so many colleagues, students, and clients in growing a global community of impact investing professionals, investees, and social entrepreneurs.”

In addition to her daily practice, Brusewitz is a pro bono supervising attorney at the International Transactions Clinic at NYU School of Law and the University of Michigan Law School.

“With this award, we are celebrating Ms. Brusewitz’s impressive legal career that, among other things, has shaped the fields of impact investing, sustainability, and development finance across the world. We also are celebrating her commitment to our growing legal community of practice,” the Grunin Center wrote in its awards announcement.

The Grunin Center was established in 2017 to enhance the community of lawyers and legal institutions engaged in social entrepreneurship, impact investing, and sustainable development.

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