George Kottas


George received his J.D. from Fordham University School of Law, where he coordinated the efforts of the Student Hurricane Network to assist legal services providers and other non-profits in the Gulf Coast.  While at Fordham, George also worked in the Immigrants’ Rights Clinic and upon graduation was awarded the Eugene J. Keefe award, given to the person who has made the most important contribution to the Fordham Law community. As a law student, George interned at The Bronx Defenders and the Federal Defenders of New York, Eastern District. George first arrived in the Bronx as a sixth grade teacher at MS 118 after receiving his B.S. in International Politics from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service. While teaching, he earned an M.S. in Teaching from Pace University,