Carmen Pagan Named “Outstanding Woman in Law” by Hofstra University School of Law
Blank Rome LLP is pleased to announce that of counsel Carmen I. Pagan was recognized by Hofstra University School of Law as one of its 2021 Outstanding Women in Law, a distinguished honor that “celebrates women who have made meaningful and inspiring contributions to the legal community.” Carmen was honored at the Outstanding Women in Law Awards and Garden Party, held on Wednesday, June 23, 2021, at Hofstra University’s nationally recognized arboretum at the Roosevelt Hall Quad.
The special event was hosted by Hofstra Law’s dean, Judge Gail Prudenti, and featured special guest speaker and Lifetime Achievement Award honoree, Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton. Proceeds from the Outstanding Women in Law reception support the programs of Hofstra Law, including the Center for Children, Families, and the Law, as part of Hofstra Law’s 50th Anniversary and Vision 2020 Campaign. To learn more about the event and see the full list of Outstanding Women in Law honorees, please visit law.hofstra.edu/owl.
At Blank Rome, Carmen concentrates her practice on real estate matters, with a focus on affordable housing. She represents financial institutions in all aspects of commercial lending and has extensive experience in closing portfolio and cross-collateralized loans at a national level. Carmen is a member of Blank Rome’s Women Forum and is committed to pro bono, advancing women’s issues in the workplace, and promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion.