Hofstra Law Report, Spring 2012
HOFSTRA LAW REPORT, Hofstra Law’s magazine, is published once a year by the Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University.
Volume 19 | Number 1 | Spring 2012 Dean Nora V. Demleitner interim Dean Eric Lane Editor-in-Chief Kenneth J. Selvester Senior Writer Courtney K. McGrory Contributors Andrew E. Berman, Andrew Clark, J. Scott Colesanti, David A. DeCicco, Rachel Denney, J. Herbie DiFonzo, Elizabeth M. Glazer, Eric Lane, Eric Lesh ’11, Kristen McMahon Photography Kristina Dalton, Tony Lopez Design Tobie-Lynn Accardi, Kim Poulos assistant Dean for External relations Lisa Berman Director of Development Christine M. Lunsford Director of alumni relations Jodie Sperico associate Dean and Dean for Professional Development Victoria Roberts ’90 assistant Dean for Career Services Michael J. Ende Editorial office MauriCE a. DEanE SChooL oF LaW aT hoFSTra uniVErSiTy 121 Hofstra University, Suite 29J Hempstead, New York 11549 Phone: 516-463-4142 | Fax: 516-463-5047 email@example.com address changes can be submitted on the Hofstra Law website at law.hofstra.edu/Stayconnected or directed to the Office of Alumni Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org or 516-463-2586. HOFSTRA LAW REPORT welcomes letters to the editor and class Notes submitted on the Hofstra Law website at law.hofstra.edu/Stayconnected or sent by mail or e-mail to the addresses above. HOFSTRA LAW REPORT, Hofstra Law’s magazine, is published once a year by the Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University. Opinions expressed are those of the authors and editors and do not reflect official positions of the Maurice A. Deane School of Law or Hofstra University. © 2012 by the Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University mauRIce a. DeaNe ’81 IS aNytHING But a typical law school valedictorian. Before enrolling in Hofstra Law School at the age of 50, Deane forged a long and highly successful career as the man who built Endo Laboratories into one of the largest privately held pharmaceutical companies in the nation and facilitated its sale to DuPont, where he continued to work until his retirement. But Deane did not slip quietly into retirement. Instead he embarked on a new career as a Hofstra Law student and laid the foundation for a 30-year relationship with Hofstra. This year, that remarkable relationship culminated in a $20 million gift to the school and the naming of Hofstra Law as the Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University. “Naming a school is among the highest honors a university can bestow — something reserved for those who have demonstrated extraordinary commitment and dedication to an institution. There are few people who fit that description better than Maurice Deane,” said Hofstra University President Stuart Rabinowitz, former professor and dean of the School of Law. Rededicating the school in Deane’s honor is a natural extension of the long history shared by the man and the News A Momentous Gift and a New Name for Hofstra Law School 4