Rachel Ferguson Receives the 2020 Raymond “Hap” Harrison Scholarship

2020-08-28T19:10:43+00:00

The Building Foundations organization was founded by Adam Leitman Bailey over a decade ago. This scholarship has deep meaning to the firm as it was created to honor his high school cross country and track coach, Raymond “Hap” Harrison. Raymond Harrison is an individual that left a positive impact in Adam Bailey’s life. Adam Leitman

A Former Raymond Hap Harrison Scholarship Winner Updates Us On Her Experience With the Cancer Institute of New Jersey

2020-08-18T07:58:14+00:00

Hi Adam, I hope you are enjoying your week so far! I have attached some pictures we took with a researcher at the Cancer Institute of New Jersey. He gave some of our board members (including some high school advisory board members) a tour of his lab and discussed his ongoing research in identifying biomarkers

These experiences have been so gratifying, and I am so thankful to have had the opportunity to really make a difference.

2020-08-18T09:55:54+00:00

Hi Adam, I hope you are enjoying the new year so far! As I am now entering my final semester as an undergraduate, I have been reflecting on my years at Rutgers and how much your support has meant to me as a mentor and constant supporter these past years. I have really been inspired

“I often think of my time interning in your office and how much it has helped to prepare me for law school.” – An Update From a Raymond “Hap” Harrison Scholarship Recipient

2020-08-20T05:59:06+00:00

Adam, I hope you and your family are well! I have been very busy with adjusting to law school these past few months. I finished my first semester at Rutgers Law with a 3.943 GPA, and I am hoping to maintain that this semester as I tackle harder classes including Constitutional Law, Civil Procedure, and

Adam Leitman Bailey, a successful attorney, is the New Milford Education Foundation’s “Humanitarian of the Year

2020-08-20T09:10:47+00:00

In 1987, Adam Leitman Bailey was a passenger in a car that crashed in Bergenfield. He broke both arms and his right hand and was in a coma for a few days. But that didn’t slow him down. Once out of the hospital, Bailey — a runner on the New Milford High School cross-country team

Adam Leitman Bailey Welcomes Record Five Recipients to Tenth Class of Raymond “Hap” Harrison Scholarship

2020-08-20T09:15:13+00:00

As part of the Building Foundations organization, Adam Leitman Bailey founded the Raymond “Hap” Harrison scholarship a decade ago, in honor of his high school cross country and track coach, who inspired him greatly. Since then, the scholarship has been awarded each year to recent high school graduates planning to attend college in the fall.

Adam Leitman Bailey and Building Foundations awards Diane Montecuollo the Raymond “Hap” Harrison Scholarship

2020-08-20T09:35:58+00:00

New Milford High School named Diane Montecuollo one of the third annual recipients of the Raymond “Hap” Harrison Scholarship. Miss Montecuollo is a member of the 2010 graduating class of New Milford High School. Adam Leitman Bailey started this scholarship in honor of his high school cross country and track coach, Raymond “Hap” Harrison. The

Raymond ‘Hap’ Harrison Scholarship Winner Aissatou Diallo Updates Us

2020-09-10T07:02:27+00:00

Raymond ‘Hap’ Harrison Scholarship Winner Aissatou Diallo updates us. As part of the Macaulay Honors College, Raymond ‘Hap’ Harrison Scholarship Winner Aissatou Diallo, has had the opportunity to take courses such as Data Visualization. “I studied abroad in Compiègne, France. I was there to study the French language. While I was in Europe, I decided

Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C. Awards 4th Annual Recipient the Raymond ‘Hap’ Harrison Scholarship – 2011

2020-09-10T07:03:33+00:00

New Milford High School named Brittany Amoroso the fourth annual recipient of the Raymond “Hap” Harrison Scholarship. Miss Amoroso is a member of the 2011 graduating class of New Milford High School. Adam Leitman Bailey started this scholarship in honor of his high school cross country and track coach, Raymond “Hap” Harrison. The scholarship is