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A message from the dean

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The path toward professional competency

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Access to justice: students develop pro bono skills

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“Truly historic” India trip

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Faculty publications

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CIPR Oxford design conference

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New Alumni Board members

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Alumni spotlight: Bonnie Gibson

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Alumni spotlight: Sara Yang Bosco

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Distinguished Service Award winners

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Coming events

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Class reunions

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In the media

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A message from the Alumni Board president

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Honor roll of donors

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The Kimberling Society

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Class of 2012 campaign

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Ways to give

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Class notes

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In memoriam

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Where in the world?

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Interim Dean and John E. Schiller Chair in Legal Ethics . . . Hannah L. Buxbaum

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Board, and Hon. John Tinder, JD’75, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. Executive Vice President and Provost Lauren Robel will appoint the dean, whose tenure is likely to begin with the 2013-14 academic year. The committee invites your comments and feedback on the dean search. To comment, please send an e-mail to mlsdean@iu.edu. If you’d like to read more about the search, visit our website, law.indiana.edu, and click on the dean search button. It has been a pleasure to meet with many of you during the past year, and I look forward to staying in touch with you

Dear alumni and friends: It has been my privilege to serve as your interim dean for the past twelve months. During that time, we have sent more than 200 newly minted lawyers

after my term as interim dean ends. All of us appreciate your interest and support. With best regards,

into the work force and welcomed another outstanding first-year class. We have hosted conferences and lectures featuring distinguished scholars from around the world. And, as you’ll read in this issue of ergo, we have continued to prepare our students for life beyond law school by offering innovative courses, externships and clinics that blend doctrinal learning with practical

Hannah L. Buxbaum Interim Dean and John E. Schiller Chair in Legal Ethics

and professional context. As always, the success of all of these efforts depends on your generous support, and we are very grateful for it. For the year ended June 30, 2012, your gifts to the Law School totaled $2,953,000. Gifts to the Law School’s annual fund, the Fund for Excellence, grew nine percent over 2011, from $966,000 to $1,050,000, and the average Fund for Excellence gift is up 10 percent over last year. The Kimberling Society, our planned giving group, added 13 members in 2012, bringing total membership to 218. You can read a complete listing of donors to the Law School in this issue. Your gifts to the Law School support a variety of programs, but the most important of all is the funding that goes to scholarships. Annual tuition is now more than $28,000 per year (nearly $47,000 for out-of-state students), and we are committed to providing scholarship support for as many students class received scholarships. In the past ten years, annual scholarships have { 2 } ergo + 2011-2012 dean’s report

grown from $1.9 million to more than $13 million this year.

The Fund for Excellence grew 9% over 2011. 4

In the past ten years, annual scholarships have grown over 680%. 4

While we celebrate the achievements of the past year, we are also looking ahead to new leadership for the Maurer School of Law. The search for a new dean began with the formation of a search committee on August 24. The committee consists of a diverse group of faculty, staff, students and alumni,

2 The Kimberling Society added 13 new members last year.

including Michael Flannery, JD’83, chair of the Law School’s Board of Visitors; Lisa McKinney, JD’92, former president of the Law School’s Alumni ( DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS )

( DOLLARS IN MILLIONS )

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as possible. Thanks to your generosity, 74 percent of this year’s incoming

the path toward professional competency

Buxbaum explained that the research from the Center helps the school “design additional activities that amplify

Law school curricula must change to meet the

Buxbaum explained that the path to professional competency begins during the first year, when students enroll

needs of the legal market. The Maurer School of Law is on the forefront of this change.

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upward trajectory throughout their three years of study — so that when they graduate, they’ll not only be doctrinally competent, but also professionally competent, and ready to hit the ground running.”

THE JOURNEY STARTS ON DAY ONE in an innovative four-hour course on the legal profession. Since 2006, Maurer’s legal profession course has distinguished itself from traditional legal ethics courses in several ways:

4 We teach the law of lawyering in context by examining practice settings, law firm norms and non-doctrinal t’s no secret that the legal profession is

undergoing fundamental change. The

traditional educational model — three years

skills-based course — is no longer enough to meet the demands of students and employers in today’s market for legal services. Law schools across the country are responding to these changes in a variety of ways. At the Maurer School of Law, the plan combines traditional law school study with new approaches. “Our approach is unique because we have the benefit of rigorous empirical research from our

skills that successful lawyers need: judgment, project management, client relations, and teamwork.

4 Thanks to the participation of Maurer alumni and other friends of the Law School, students hear

experienced practitioners talk about their careers and life experiences, which helps shape the students’ own

professional plans.

4 Students complete the Effective Lawyer Profile, an assessment tool exclusive to our school that helps them

identify their strengths and interests, so they can become not only successful law students, but also successful

in their careers, no matter where their professional lives take them.

4 Students interview five practitioners about their professional experiences and write about how these

experiences are shaping their own career choices.

The legal profession course stresses teamwork and thus provides students the opportunity to develop the collaborative skills that are often lacking in recent graduates.

BEYOND DAY ONE- AND YEAR ONE

Center on the Global Legal Profession,” said

After the first year, numerous options are available to students as they continue their upward professional

Hannah L. Buxbaum, Interim Dean and John E.

trajectory. “Most students are not going to practice law in a traditional firm setting,” said Fred H. Cate, Distinguished

Schiller Chair in Legal Ethics. “Practitioners in

Professor and C. Ben Dutton Professor of Law and Chair of Indiana Law’s Educational Policy Committee.

firms, business and in-house settings confirm

He pointed out that an average of 54 percent of Maurer graduates between 2007 and 2011 chose jobs outside

that doctrinal competency and analytical ability

the law firm arena, including government, business, judicial clerkships, public interest and academia. “This

are only the starting points for newly-minted

requires a much broader view of the school’s educational mission,” Cate said.

lawyers. They identify a range of other professional competencies that transform smart graduates into outstanding lawyers,” she said.

In a recent conversation with the Law School’s Board of Visitors, Cate outlined the impact of these fundamental changes in the profession. “This shift in career choices has several implications for our curriculum,” Cate explained. “First, different jobs call for different courses. That’s why we now offer courses in advanced intellectual property,

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of doctrinal study, with an occasional clinic or

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and contextualize classroom learning. Our goal is to have our students’ professional careers move on a faster

Fred Cate

privacy, information security and other subjects that are essential for lawyers who work in business or government.” Second, capstone courses will become increasingly important in preparing students for their careers. “Our environmental program led the way with this approach, offering a sequential set of interrelated courses, culminating in an internship in the Conservation Law Clinic.” Third, Cate said that the Law School is transforming the traditional classroom experience by “taking it on the road.” He pointed to clinics,

Julia Lamber

externships and skill-building courses as three ways in which students can apply doctrinal studies in real-life settings. “Six clinics offer students the opportunity to work with real clients on real projects, from evaluating business plans to mediating family law disputes,” explained Julia Lamber, JD’72, Professor of Law and Interim Executive Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. In addition, externships are offered in a variety of areas: hands-on, on-site stints for credit in various public interest settings, either during the school year or for an entire summer. “About 150 students participate in externships each year,” Lamber said. “They work for attorneys general, judges, legal services organizations, prosecutors and other professionals.” (See chart on page 9.) Most of these externships take place in Indiana, but assignments are also available with the federal government or the Federal Circuit in Washington, D.C., accompanied by a course on lawyering in the public interest. More opportunities are under development. Buxbaum stressed that Maurer’s externships are closely linked to specific substantive areas of the law: intellectual property, cybersecurity and public interest advocacy, for example. “The specificity of our externships helps round out our students’ professional development by introducing

Participation in Indiana Law’s skill-building courses is also an important element of professional preparedness. In these courses, students solve a wide range of problems in simulated environments, including litigation, estate planning, and negotiations.

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them to advanced legal problems in real-time settings.”

Finally, Cate said that the role of Indiana Law’s six research centers in transforming students’ educational experience should not be

THE CHANGES ARE WORKING

underestimated. “Our centers were originally designed to facilitate faculty

Students who participate in these programs are finding them very beneficial. Danton Bryans, JD’14, worked last

research, but in recent years, students have become closely involved,”

summer at the Indiana University Research and Technology Corporation, a not-for-profit agency that patents the

He cited the Center on Constitutional Democracy’s JD Affiliate Program,

innovations of researchers at IU and gives guidance to those who want to form a start-up company to market the

in which students work with the center directors on projects supporting

product. “I found the externship extremely helpful for testing the waters in a field that I was interested in,” he said.

the center’s constitutional advising work. Cate added that it is much easier

“I started the externship unsure if I wanted to go into patent law, and I left with a desire to continue in the field,

to form partnerships with external entities via the Law School’s centers.

with the practical experience to help me do just that.”

“Companies are more likely to say, ‘We need a student to help us’ if the request comes through a research center,” he said, adding that this applies equally in forming alliances with other university schools and programs. As a result, the role of the centers has become much more holistic: They facilitate research, involve students in hands-on experiences, and attract interest from the government, the profession, and other entities that work on specific interdisciplinary projects.

A LOOK AHEAD

Just as important, professionals in the real world are telling us that Maurer graduates enter the workforce better prepared than their peers. A 2007 alum offered this assessment: “Like the others, Maurer summer associates and graduates are smart and eager to do good work, but Maurer associates are set apart by their appreciation for law as a business profession. They understand the business interests of a law firm, the importance of soft skills, and the need to cultivate strong internal and external relationships. And they quickly acclimate into the business environment and add value to the firm and their clients earlier than their peers. It goes without saying that IU Maurer grads are on the top of my target list whenever a position becomes available.”

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In April 2012, the Maurer faculty adopted a series of strategic initiatives aimed at helping students develop the set of professional capacities

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choose from a number of options

for their summer experiences,

including public service externships

and traditional law firm settings.

schools — including ours — the third year pretty much looks like the second

This chart is for rising 2L students

year,” said Buxbaum. “We’re changing that, so that students stay engaged

during the summer of 2012.

required of lawyers in today’s global society. Among them: a more clearly articulated program of instruction beyond the first year, including an intensive 3L project designed as a capstone experience. “At most law

research assistant or academia {6.1%}

federal government {5.6%}

firms {22%}

corporations {7.4%}

and sharpen their professional skills in the context of their career choices.” These new approaches to legal education aren’t intended to diminish

state {10%}

the importance of traditional doctrinal mastery. “We think of clinics, complements to doctrinal learning,” Buxbaum explained. “The core classroom experiences are inextricably woven into the practical applications, and each reinforces the other.”

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judicial clerkships {22%}

public interest {10.4%} local {16.4%}

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skills-based courses, externships and other experiential opportunities as

STUDENTS DEVELOP SKILLS, VALUES PROVIDING PRO BONO REPRESENTATION

4 The LGBT Project engages students, attorneys, scholars, and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender advocates

their clients, but also to promote equal access to justice for all members of

to research and analyze legal issues affecting the rights of Indiana’s LGBT citizens. Following a successful pilot

the community. Most lawyers fulfill their public service obligation by

in the spring of 2012, this project is pursuing important initiatives such as anti-bullying policies in Indiana schools,

providing pro bono representation.

anti-discrimination ordinances, and research on the impact of marriage inequality in Indiana. Their research found

that as many as 614 laws could be affected if the state amends the constitution to prohibit same-sex marriage.

The Maurer School of Law is introducing students to the challenges and rewards of pro bono representation before they begin practicing. The

4 Inmates at the federal prison in Terre Haute receive assistance from students participating in the Inmate Legal

school’s pro bono program — Access to Justice — brings students and faculty

Assistance Project. Volunteers are exposed to a wide variety of legal matters, from direct appeals and ineffective

together in alliances with numerous public-service agencies to provide

assistance of counsel to tort claims, family law, and other civil issues. Twenty-one students participated in ILAP

a platform for public service.

during the fall 2012 semester.

“In 2009, we adopted an aspirational goal encouraging students to fulfill

4 Monroe County tenants facing immediate eviction get help from Maurer’s Tenant Assistance Project. Forty-one

60 hours of pro bono work during their three years of schooling,” said

TAP volunteers offer advice, negotiate on behalf of tenants, and refer more complex cases to Indiana Legal

Hannah L. Buxbaum, Interim Dean and John E. Schiller Chair in Legal

Services and other pro bono organizations.

Ethics. “Although this was not a mandatory goal, our hope was that students would dedicate an average of 20 hours each year to providing law-related services without pay or academic credit.”

and limited English-speaking residents of Monroe County. The walk-in clinic includes an assessment of whether

clients are taking advantage of all available benefits, including the earned income tax credit. Volunteers from

Three years later, Access to Justice has become a central feature of student

Indiana Law and the IU Kelley School of Business are trained and certified by the Internal Revenue Service.

life in at the Law School community. More than 300 Indiana students

In 2012, more than 400 clients benefited from VITA.

(40 percent of enrollment) contributed an aggregate of 24,740 hours of community service in 2012.

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4 Maurer’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Project offers free tax assistance to low-income, elderly, disabled,

“Besides providing innovative learning experiences for our students, these programs are important for another reason: They help instill the values of pro bono service in our students before they begin practicing,” said

Many students fulfill their requirements by participating in one of the

Julia Lamber, JD’72, Interim Executive Associate Dean and Professor of Law, who started the Access to Justice

school’s many projects:

initiative in 2009. Lamber pointed to at least three benefits that come from pro bono work:

4 The Pro Bono Immigration Project enables students to support the

4 Hands-on experience. Graduates entering the legal marketplace need all the experiences they can get. Being

unmet legal needs of non-citizens in Bloomington and Central Indiana.

able to demonstrate to potential employers that they have done real legal work for real clients will help students

New in 2012, this project helps immigrants with visa and citizenship-

secure full-time employment.

related matters, assists refugees with requests for asylum, and joins

forces with other related organizations, such as the Neighborhood

Christian Legal Clinic in Indianapolis. Fifty first-year students signed

up to volunteer this year; 11 clients have already been served since

PIP’s founding.

4 Indiana Law’s Protective Order Project offers free legal help to people

who have suffered domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault,

harassment, or stalking. POP student volunteers are trained to support

clients throughout the filing and renewal of a protective order petition.

In 2012, more than 40 clients received assistance from POP.

4 The social justice habit. “There’s no better time to develop good pro bono habits than when a student is in

law school,” Lamber said. “By the time our students have graduated, they’ve made pro bono work an integral

part of their professional life.”

4 The right thing to do. With professional success comes responsibility. Being a lawyer can be professionally

and financially rewarding, and pro bono representation is a measurable and tangible way to give back to the

community.

“Our pro bono projects prepare students for the practice of law while instilling in them the important professional values of service to the community and equal access to justice,” Buxbaum concluded. “I am impressed by our students’ commitment to these projects and confident that they will be better lawyers because of it.”

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ACCESS TO JUSTICE:

Lawyers have an obligation not only to provide zealous representation to

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society Gail Omvedt. The trip’s historic nature generated considerable publicity, especially in Mumbai, where both print and television covered the conference. On October 16, Dr. Suresh Mane, National Secretary of the BSP (the national Dalit political party) hosted the group at the Ambedkar Center in Mumbai. Nearly 100 people from the Dalit community, mostly lawyers, activists, doctors, and intellectuals, interacted with the Maurer group for three hours in a Town Hall setting. The group visited a manual scavenger village in support of the efforts of the Social Development Foundation,

In keeping with Indiana Law’s focus on the role of globalization in today’s society, four Maurer professors joined five other intellectuals on a journey to India in October. It was truly a historic trip. “As far as we know, our trip was the first one in which a group of American academics went to India primarily to meet with Dalit intellectuals,” said Kevin Brown, Richard S. Melvin Professor of Law, who was joined by Kenneth G. Dau-Schmidt, Willard and Margaret Carr Professor of Labor and Employment Law; Professor Luis Fuentes-Rohwer, and Associate Professor H. Timothy Lovelace. Brown explained that the Dalits have occupied the lowest rung of India’s Hindu society for 3,000 years. They could easily be called the most oppressed people in all of human history. “Dalits are also referred to as ‘untouchables’ or ‘outcastes,’” he said. “They were subjected to numerous forms of discrimination, including being banned from education, prevented from entering Hindu temples, and relegated to occupations regarded as ritually impure. These jobs are the worst imaginable, such as manually disposing of human waste, cremating bodies, keeping open sewers flowing with hand-held tools, and picking up garbage. In recent years, however, some Dalits have

which is committed to the education and liberation of Dalit women in the rural areas. Other highlights of the trip included a conference at the O.P. Jindal Global Law School, with which the Maurer School of Law enjoys a close affiliation. Dr. Narendra Jadhav, who has a doctorate from Indiana University and is a member of India’s powerful Planning Commission and National Advisory Council, gave one of the keynote addresses. In addition, the group met for a roundtable discussion at the Indian Institute for Dalit Studies (IIDS) organized by Dr. Sukhadev Thorat, Chairman, Indian Council of Social Science Research, and Dr. S. Japhet, Professor of National Law School of India Nagarbhavi, Bangalore. “At the IIDS we met with about forty intellectuals and had three hours of incredible conversations,” Brown recalled. “We were honored by their presence because this day was a holiday in India, but the scholars felt it was important enough to meet with us that they came during their day off.” The following day, Chandrabhan Prasad, noted Dalit columnist and founder of Dalit capitalism, hosted the group at a dinner sponsored by the Dalit Chamber of Commerce in New Delhi in their honor. About seventy Dalit businessmen attended this function. Gajendra Pantawane, Managing Director of Green Energy Corporation, said, “This visit gives us rising hopes for businesses led by Dalits. As businessmen we are constantly looking for opportunities and collaboration in India and abroad.” “Another highlight of the trip for us came at the end, when we spent an hour and fifteen minutes with Rahul Gandhi,” Brown said. A Member of Parliament, Gandhi is the son of the late Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, the grandson of Indira Gandhi, and the great-grandson of Jawaharlal Nehru, India’s first Prime Minister. “What an impressive man! We found him to be incredibly intelligent and thoughtful,” Brown reported. “Gandhi stressed that in order to understand what oppression means, you must understand it from the point of view of the oppressed people.”

gained a measure of success in Indian society, especially in urban

Brown credits both Lalit Khandare, a Ph.D. candidate in Indiana University’s School of Social Work and his wife,

areas and the public sector.

Dr. Varsha Ayyar of the Tata Institute for Social Sciences, for their roles in making the trip effective and memorable.

“At every city we visited, we met Dalit intellectuals who were enthusiastic to see us and exchange ideas,” Brown said. “Dalits have studied the struggles of African Americans and hold us in very high

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in the U.S. in order to develop strategies for their liberation.” The trip began on October 14, with a two-day conference at the Tata Institute of Social Sciences organized by Professor A. Ramaiah. The conference featured several prominent Dalit scholars from Mumbai and Delhi, including Associate Professor Vivek Kumar of Jawaharlal Nehru University and renowned sociologist of Indian

Indiana Law professors joined other scholars for a meeting with Rahul Gandhi, Member of Parliament and greatgrandson of Jawaharlal Nehru, India’s first Prime Minister. Front row (l-r): Dr. Valerie Grim, Dr. Daisy Lovelace, Elizabeth Burch, Dianne Brown, Prof. Linda Greene Back row (l-r): Dr. Ronald Hall, Leighton Johnson, Prof. Ken Dau-Schmidt, Prof. Luis Fuentes-Rohwer, Prof. Kevin Brown, Dr. Darrell Brown, Michael Bonnafon, Prof. Tim Lovelace

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regard. Dalits look at what African Americans have accomplished

{ faculty } { publications }

Daniel H. Cole, Professor of Law and of Public and Environmental Affairs, and Affiliated Faculty, Workshop in Political Theory and Politicial and Policy Analysis, has published two books: Principles of Law and Economics (2d ed., Wolters Kluwer, 2011) (with Peter Z. Grossman); and Property in Land and Other Resources (Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, 2011) (with the late

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Elinor Ostrom, IU Distinguished Professor and Nobel Laureate).

faculty explore diverse topics in recent publications Roscoe C. O’Byrne Professor Alfred C. Aman, Jr.’s latest book is Skills & Values: Administrative Law (Matthew Bender & Company, 2012) (with William Penniman).

Joseph L. Hoffmann, Harry Pratter Professor of Law and Director for Special Projects, has published Charles Gardner Geyh, John F. Kimberling Professor of Law, has published What’s Law Got to Do with It?: What Judges Do, Why They

Comprehensive Criminal Procedure (3d ed., Wolters Kluwer Law and Business, 2011) (with Allen, Stuntz, Livingston, and Leipold); and Defining Crimes (Aspen Publishers, 2011) (with William J. Stuntz).

Do It, and What’s at Stake (Stanford University Press, 2011).

Richard S. Melvin Professor of Law Gene Shreve and Interim Dean and John E. Schiller Chair in Legal Ethics Hannah L. Buxbaum have collaborated on a new anthology, A Conflict of Laws Anthology,

Associate Professor Jody Lyneé Madeira has completed a new book titled Killing McVeigh: The Death Penalty and the Myth of Closure (NYU Press, 2012).

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(2d ed., LexisNexis 2012). 

Center for IP Research holds conference at Oxford University 4 Indiana Law’s Center for Intellectual Property Research and the Oxford Intellectual Property Research Centre

at the University of Oxford presented an international conference, “The Future of Design Protection Law,” on

November 2 and 3 at Oxford’s Jesus College.

The conference featured more than two dozen experts in design protection law from six countries, including the

U.S., England, Germany, China, and Japan.

“This was a remarkable gathering of thought leaders on design protection,” said Mark D. Janis, JD’89, Robert

A. Lucas Chair of Law and the director of the Maurer IP center. “I believe that we have set the standard for future

academic discourse about intellectual property protection for designs.”

Presentations at the conference addressed many of the cutting-edge issues in contemporary design protection law,

such as the role of hybrid systems that offer protection for both registered and unregistered designs; applying

design protection rules to user interfaces; and the boundaries between design protection and other forms of IP

protection (including copyright and trademark).

The event was the first collaboration between the CIPR and Oxford’s IP Research Centre. Janis observed that

“it was a particular pleasure for us to work with the Centre’s Director Professor Graeme B. Dinwoodie and his

colleague, Dr. Emily Hudson. We see this as an especially vibrant partnership going forward.”

Essays written by presenters at the Oxford conference will be published in IP Theory, the online, peer-edited

scholarly journal of the Center for Intellectual Property Research. The conference organizers are grateful for the

support of Microsoft Corp. and the conference’s law firm sponsor, McAndrews Held & Malloy Ltd., Chicago. More

information about the conference is available on the Center’s website, ip.law.indiana.edu.

new alumni board members elected } In September, the Law School welcomed five new members to the Alumni Board:

{ John Cooper, JD’92 } Sr. Vice President and Associate General Counsel, Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., Atlanta

{ Bonnie Gibson, JD’78 } Partner, Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, LLP, Phoenix

{ Matthew Kellam, JD’01 } Partner, Olson & Cepuritis, Chicago

{ Megan Stifel, JD’04 } Counsel, National Security Division, United States Department of Justice, Washington, D.C.

{ Mark Wright, JD’89 } Partner, Faegre Baker Daniels LLP, Indianapolis

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We also salute and thank the Alumni Board members whose terms ended this year:

4 Bryan Babb, JD’99 2 Prof. Sir Robin Jacob, University College London, moderated a panel on the scope of design rights.

8 Mark D. Janis (left), Robert A. Lucas Chair of Law and Director, Maurer Center for IP Research, confers with Wenyu Zhou of Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.

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4 Angela Neboyskey, JD’00, Past President

in Phoenix in 2004, and in 2008, moved her practice to Fragomen, a firm

the challenges and rewards of specialization

known not only for its worldwide immigration excellence, but also for its innovative and forward-looking fixed-fee structure. “Moving to Phoenix and concentrating on immigration provided a tremenBonnie Gibson

Throughout more than 30 years of practice, Bonnie Gibson, JD’78, has shifted and redefined her expertise to stay ahead of changing client needs. Now a partner in the Phoenix office of Fragomen, Del

my wage-and-hour, harassment law, and collective bargaining expertise with corporate business immigration. After all, business immigration is yet another employment transaction along the lines of the many employment issues that employment lawyers deal with all the time.”

Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, LLP, a global corporate immigration boutique,

A strong believer in specialization, Gibson currently focuses her efforts

Gibson describes her original plan as very different.

on business immigration compliance. “This specialty allows me to narrow

“Getting a job was easier in the ’70s than it is now. I was a good student, and I made contacts while I was in law school as a research assistant for Professor Roger Dworkin,” she said. “I ended up taking a job in the labor and employment law section at Morrison and Foerster in San Francisco.” But Gibson had her sights set on Capitol Hill, and in 1980, she eagerly anticipated a job with the Senate Judiciary committee, with the help of Indiana Senator Birch Bayh, JD’60. “But those of us of a certain age all know what happened in 1980,” she said, recalling the Republican landslide election and the defeat of Senators Bayh, Church, Talmadge, McGovern, and other venerable incumbent Democrats. Her D.C.

the set of problems I help clients with and deepen my expertise,” she said. She added that Fragomen’s specialty in immigration law makes it possible to manage volume by leveraging technology, allowing partners to spend more time on research and development, immigration policy and client management. Gibson has the same advice for young lawyers. “Not only do you have to have a passion for the law, you also have to have a clear vision for what you want to do as a lawyer,” she noted. “Passion has always been required, but the pressure to specialize early is a recent phenomenon in our profession. Law practice is in the midst of abrupt and wholesale changes that make focus and specialization much more important than when I graduated.”

plans thwarted, Gibson stayed in the Bay area, and joined Corbett and

Toward that end, Gibson has played a valuable role in helping Maurer

Kane, a labor and employment boutique where she worked for four

graduates find the right job. A loyal alumna and recently elected member

years, until, with a group of Corbett attorneys, she left to found the

of the Alumni Board, she learned about the Law School’s recent efforts to

labor and employment practice at Hanson Bridgett in San Francisco,

assist students from her friend and fellow board member Cathy Conway,

where she spent the next 20 years.

JD’78. “We hired a Maurer graduate on a contract basis this past year,

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dous growth opportunity for me,” Gibson said. “I have been able to marry

want to take another plaintiff’s deposition in a sexual harassment case,” she said. “I had the opportunity to move to Phoenix and inte-

and he made such an excellent impression that we decided to make him a regular associate—even though such a position was not in our current business plan,” she said.

grate my labor and employment expertise into a corporate business

“If you can choose the right niche for yourself and make yourself an expert,

immigration practice.” It helped that her move coincided with a

your chances of success will be greater,” Gibson concluded. “Failing that, if

nationwide revival of immigration-related worksite enforcement

you can cabin yourself with multiple specialties rather than as a generalist,

and citizenship discrimination activity. She joined Littler Mendelson

that will help, too. And learning Chinese or Spanish won’t hurt, either.”

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A longtime employment lawyer, Bonnie Gibson has developed expertise in one of the hottest specialties of the profession — corporate immigration law — while helping others

with Baker & McKenzie, the prestigious Chicago-based global firm. “It was

from South Bend to North Asia

a heady time to be at Baker,” she recalled. “[Premier] Deng Xiaoping was visiting Hong Kong to examine its economic system as part of his efforts to open China to the West. The country had almost no lawyers and no law schools, and we were able to fill a niche at the right time.” Sara Yang Bosco

As president of Emerson’s Asia Pacific region, Sara Yang Bosco, JD’83, is responsible for nearly 60,000 employees in a $24 billion global company. Although this role might look like one requiring decades of meticulous planning, she describes her career path as something less predictable.

people,” she emphasized), a St. Louis-based manufacturing and technology company whose products include network power and power control systems. “In the early ’90s, China needed what Emerson makes: infrastructure systems,” she said, “so there were a lot of opportunities for growth.” After about ten years at Baker & McKenzie, Bosco and a group of her colleagues left the firm to set up a Hong Kong office for Perkins Coie, an 850-lawyer

“If you’d told me when I was in law school that someday I’d be head-

firm based in Seattle. They took the Emerson relationship with them, and

ing an international business unit, I would have said there was no

the company’s executives were so impressed with Bosco’s performance —

way,” she told a group of Maurer students on a recent visit as part of

and her fluency in Mandarin — that they offered her the position of Asia

the school’s Career Choices series. “People ask me how I planned my

general counsel three times. Finally, in 2005, she signed on in that role. Just

career, and I have to confess that I really didn’t!”

three years later, she was named president of Emerson’s massive Asia/Pacific

Bosco went on to explain that her career choices were driven by a

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One of Bosco’s clients at Baker was Emerson (“Not the radio and TV

business, with its 56,000 employees — the company’s largest region.

series of decisions in her personal life. “I grew up in South Bend and

“I had no idea I was going to be offered this position,” Bosco recalled. “I told

met my future husband in high school,” she recalled. “After graduat-

them, ‘I’m not qualified. I’m not an accountant, I’m not an engineer, and

ing from Notre Dame and Indiana Law, I got married and immediately

I don’t play golf!’” But despite her reservations, she has thrived in this

moved to New York, where my husband was in graduate school at

position, crediting her success to a strong team — and the extra dimen-

Columbia.” One year later, she and her husband, Joseph, moved to

sion that being a lawyer brings to the business world. “I’m responsible for

Taiwan, where he was doing field work for his Ph.D. dissertation in

finding red flags before anyone else does,” she said, noting that as a U.S.

anthropology. While in Taiwan, Bosco worked for a small firm with

company listed on the New York Stock Exchange, Emerson is held to higher

strong government ties. “Taiwan was investing in China, Indonesia

standards than other foreign businesses operating in Asia. “Lawyers play

and Hong Kong, and the firm needed someone who could speak

a very valuable role in helping a business be successful,” she said. “We are

English. The work was basic, hard-core contract negotiations, but

trained to ask questions — and to ask them without fear. I think that’s the

with an international emphasis. It was excellent training.”

greatest value we can add in the business world.”

The Boscos moved back to New York a year later, where Sara worked

Bosco told the Career Choices audience that even though career planning

for a small Wall Street firm while Joe finished his dissertation.

isn’t a linear process, that’s no reason to be discouraged. “The biggest

“One day, he came home and told me that he’d taken a teaching job

lesson I’ve learned is that each job you choose, whatever it is, always helps

with the Chinese University of Hong Kong, so off we went.” Shortly

you get ready for whatever comes next. And if others have confidence in

after arriving there in 1992 with their two small children, Bosco

you, you should also have confidence in yourself.”

leveraged her international transactions experience into a position

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Sara Yang Bosco’s career has led her to unexpected destinations, with new challenges and rewards along the way

distinguished service award honorees }

{ coming events

Three Indiana Law alumni were honored at a luncheon in Bloomington on September 21 for their record of distinguished service to their communities. This year’s honorees were:

Lynn H. Coyne, JD’72 }

{ Washington, D.C. networking } Plan to join — and welcome into the fold — students visiting Washington during the

Lynn Coyne is assistant vice president for real estate

Office of Career and Professional Development’s annual interview and networking trip.

at Indiana University — Bloomington. He is widely

January 7, 2013, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. Location to be announced. For updated information,

respected for his broad vision and behind-the-scenes

visit us at law.indiana.edu/alumni/

commitment to the legal profession and the local community. He serves on the Bloomington/Monroe County Metropolitan Planning Organization,

{ BLSA Barrister’s Ball }

which he has chaired, and on the board of IU Health

The Black Law Students’ Association invites you to the annual Rapheal M. Prevot, Jr.,

Bloomington Hospital.

Barrister’s Ball. Named in honor of the late Rapheal M. Prevot, JD’84, and organized by the

Mark E. Holcomb, JD’87 }

BLSA Executive Board, the ball is the Law School’s prom, and alumni are cordially welcome.

A partner at Morton McGoldrick, P.S., in Tacoma,

Location and date to be announced. For updated information on the Barrister’s Ball

Wash., Mark Holcomb has contributed tirelessly

and BLSA student activities, visit the BLSA page under “Opportunities for Students/BLSA”

to his community in a variety of ways. Several

on the Law School’s website.

Tacoma-area organizations have benefited from his counsel, including the Mary Bridge Children’s Foundation, the Boys and Girls Club of South Puget Sound, the Salvation Army, the Tacoma YWCA, and the Job Carr Cabin Museum.

Zaldwaynaka (“Z”) Scott, JD’83 } A partner at Kaye Scholer LLP in Chicago, Z Scott has donated countless hours to civic and community

Maurer Golf Scramble } {

The Student Bar Association cordially invites you to participate in the annual Maurer Golf Scramble on March 24, 2013, at 1:00 p.m. at the Indiana University Golf Course. The $50 entry fee includes a round of 18 with a cart and a barbecue dinner at the 19th hole. Prizes will be awarded! All proceeds benefit Maurer student organizations. Please contact Jon Levy, JD’13, at jonlevy@indiana.edu for more information or to register.

service, including serving as board chair of the Chicago Housing Authority. In 2010, Illinois Governor Commission, which was charged with reviewing the admissions processes at the University of Illinois. Scott’s other activities include Chicago State University, where she has served as vice chair of the board and chair of the finance and audit committee.

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Pat Quinn appointed Scott to the Admissions Review

{ class } { reunions }

Class of ’62 reunion Special thanks to Hugh Martz and Tom McDonald, reunion leaders.

Seated (l-r): Hugh Martz, Oscar Ventanilla, Margarett (Peg) Pardieck, Tom McDonald Standing (l-r): C. Thomas Cone, Rafe Cloe, Daniel Davisson, Jean Owens, Carl VerBeek, David Dale, Sidney Mishkin, Robert Hoover

BLSA/LLSA reunion Alumni from the Maurer Black Law Student Association and Latino Law Student Association gathered at the home of Prof. Kevin Brown on September 7.

8

Class of ’87 reunion Special thanks to Vincent Moccio, reunion leader (back row, 4th from left).

(l-r): Prof. Kevin Brown, Arthur Lopez, JD’83; Gary Davis, JD’82; George Irizzary, JD’82; Barbara Rodriguez; Hon. Jose Rodriguez, Jr., JD’80; Frank Motley; Hon. Val Haughton; George Taliaferro; Hon. Viola Taliaferro, JD’77; Clarence Boone; Interim Dean Hannah Buxbaum; Prof. Tim Lovelace

8

Doug Brackmann (left), Tom Newby, and Denny Rorick

4 Kim Ohmart Laurin (left) and David McAvoy

4

6 Prof. Kevin Brown, George Irizzary, JD’82; and Gary Davis, JD’82

Class of ’02 reunion

8

Special thanks to Hongsun Yoon, reunion leader (below right).

(l-r): Michael Dalrymple, Sara Eastman Rishko, Albert Serrano, Kurt Leinenbach, and Jonathon Elrod

BLSA held a special orientation for first-year students on September 8.

2 Aaron Raff (left) and Julie Jones Sculli

8 Shakeba Dubose, JD’04 (left), current president of the BLSA Alumni Advisory Board; and Mahja Zeon, JD’14, current president of BLSA

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1L orientation

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Journalists and commentators regularly seek the Maurer School of Law faculty and staff expertise on a wide variety of local, national and global topics. Here is a listing of faculty and staff in the media — quoted, interviewed, or referred to — from May through October 2012.

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10/30/2012 Jody Madeira 10/28/2012 Marshall Leaffer 10/25/2012 Jeannine Bell

article IU researchers discuss fresh food access, sex and IVF, smoke-free workplaces and more at APHA High court dives into resale trade Indianapolis case could influence reproductive law

10/24/2012 William Henderson Big guns gathering to discuss the future of law schools 10/16/2012 William Henderson NYU Law plans overhaul of students’ third year 10/15/2012 Fred H. Cate Why are we so rude online? 10/12/2012 Charles Geyh Was judge too lenient toward woman in baby’s death? 10/9/2012 Kevin Brown Affirmative action arguments start in Supreme Court 9/26/2012 Mark Janis New provisions shine light on patent process 9/24/2012 Jayanth Krishnan Why the judicial process gets delayed 9/23/2012 Fred H. Cate IU prof’s e-mail experience shows privacy limits 9/23/2012 Ryan W. Scott Prosecutors weigh gang charges 9/13/2012 Ajay K. Mehrotra A flat tax lowers taxes on the wealthy, but doesn’t necessarily spur economic growth 9/10/2012 Hannah Buxbaum Pro bono projects broaden opportunities, instill values 9/10/2012 Feisal Amin Rasoul Bridging divides among Iraq’s Shiites, Sunnis Istrabadi and Kurds 9/1/2012 Luis Fuentes-Rohwer Counting voter fraud 9/1/2012 William Henderson Why are we afraid of the future of law? 8/22/2012 David Fidler Ball Player: Pelotero — Major League baseball, human rights and the globalization of baseball 8/18/2012 Kenneth Richards Pro & Con: A carbon tax will blunt extreme climate change and boost economy 8/17/2012 Michael Mattioli Biofuels startup Gevo must win patent war with BP, duPont first 8/16/2012 Sarah Hughes StanChart sought swift end to NY dispute 8/15/2012 Charles Geyh Justice gender issue resurfaces 8/15/2012 Fred H. Cate Data security now a top worry for GCs, directors: report 8/15/2012 Sarah Hughes Standard Chartered settles with New York for $340 million 8/14/2012 Sarah Hughes Standard Chartered seeks deal in Iran scandal 8/13/2012 Jayanth Krishnan Can small legal start-ups compete with the big boys? 8/13/2012 Hannah Buxbaum Plaintiffs’ bar banks on Libor 8/7/2012 Jeannine Bell Appeals court backs hate crime conviction 8/1/2012 Jayanth Krishnan Many are unaware of their socio-economic rights

outlet Bioscience Technology The Wall Street Journal WTIU — Indiana Public Media The National Law Journal The New York Times Joy Cardin (Wisconsin Public Radio) South Bend Tribune (Ind.) WIBC (Indianapolis) Indiana Lawyer Daily News and Analysis (Mumbai) NECN.com The Journal-Gazette (Fort Wayne, Ind.) Sacramento Bee (and 25 other McClatchy news outlets) Indiana Lawyer PBS News Hour The Wall Street Journal National Jurist ASIL Insights South Coast Today (New Bedford, Mass.) Forbes Financial Times Indiana Lawyer Law 360 The New York Times New York Daily News Legally India The National Law Journal Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette DNA India

faculty

article

8/1/2012 KennethDau-Schmidt Struggles mount for labor 7/31/2012 Fred H. Cate On email privacy, Twitter’s ToS and owning your own platform 7/31/2012 Timothy William Prozesse wegen “Völkermords” gehören abgeschafft Waters (Trials for genocide abolished) 7/30/2012 Hannah Buxbaum Small bank takes on giants in Libor lawsuit 7/30/2012 William Henderson More law schools haggle on scholarships 7/27/2012 Timothy William Never again to genocide trials Waters 7/26/2012 Fred H. Cate A trade show for hackers 7/24/2012 Fred H. Cate Cybersecurity 7/19/2012 Craig Bradley Man to be sentenced Friday over Monroe Lake boating accident 7/18/2012 Ryan W. Scott U.S. Supreme Court: criminal fines require jury finding 7/17/2012 William Henderson Most innovative law schools announced 7/16/2012 William Henderson For jobs, some young lawyers are keepin’ it rural 7/16/2012 Joseph Hoffmann Romney proposed ‘foolproof’ death penalty in Massachusetts 7/15/2012 William Henderson An existential crisis for law schools 7/13/2012 William Henderson The end of the golden era . . . for lawyers 7/13/2012 Daniel Cole Prof. Elinor Ostrom 7/10/2012 Sarah Hughes Senate Banking Committee hearing on mobile payments 6/29/2012 Daniel Conkle What the health care ruling means to Indiana 6/29/2012 Charles Geyh What’s next for physicians after Affordable Care Act ruling 6/28/2012 Deborah Widiss Indiana’s marriage laws 6/28/2012 Joseph Hoffmann Life without parole ruling will be felt in lower courts 6/28/2012 Charles Geyh ‘Umpire’ Roberts makes a close call on a second big court case 6/28/2012 Daniel Conkle Affordable Care Act upheld 6/28/2012 William Henderson Prof: shrinking market, more competition will bring permanent challenges for law firms 6/27/2012 Feisal Amin Rasoul Former Iraqi ambassador directs IU’s Center for the Istrabadi Study of the Middle East 6/27/2012 Daniel Conkle Congress’s power also at stake in health decision 6/27/2012 Ryan W. Scott Southern Union Co. v. U.S.: Post-decision SCOTUS cast 6/24/2012 Julia Lamber Title IX: opportunity rises; pay gap persists 6/24/2012 Sarah Hughes Apps are helping smartphones become digital wallets 6/22/2012 Lauren Robel Robel named executive vice president and provost 6/19/2012 Fred H. Cate The “Flame” virus 6/18/2012 Daniel Conkle Supreme Court ruling on federal health care law 6/15/2012 Feisal Amin Rasoul The Syrian crisis Istrabadi 6/13/2012 Feisal Amin Rasoul Scores killed in Iraq attacks Istrabadi 6/13/2012 Fred H. Cate Cybersecurity expert warns of shortage of security pros in U.S.

outlet Indiana Lawyer O’Reilly Radar Die Welt CNN Money The Wall Street Journal Project Syndicate On Point (WBUR, Boston/NPR) News Radio WIOD (Miami, Fla.) WTIU Indiana Lawyer National Jurist All Things Considered (NPR) The Seattle Times The New York Times Lawfuel The Last Word (BBC Radio) Senate Banking Committee WTIU — Indiana Public Media American Medical News INFocus (WTIU) Corrections.com Congressional Quarterly (CQ) WFHB Radio ABA Journal IU Inc. Congressional Quarterly (CQ) The Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies The Republic (Columbus, Ind.) Los Angeles Times The Herald-Times (Bloomington, Ind.) Joy Cardin (Wisconsin Public Radio) At Issue with Ben Merens (Wisconsin Public Radio) BBC World Today (at 26’30”) Al-Jazeera redorbit.com

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Indiana Law { in the media }

faculty

article

6/13/2012 Feisal Amin Rasoul Kelley, Maurer to host Middle East, African students Istrabadi 6/13/2012 William Henderson Law schools continue to announce admission reductions 6/11/2012 Jody Madeira McVeigh’s execution, 11 years later 6/11/2012 Jody Madeira Timothy McVeigh and the myth of closure 6/11/2012 William Henderson With profession under stress, law schools cut admissions 6/11/2012 Deborah Widiss Gay-marriage support: shift in attitudes? 6/7/2012 William Henderson Employment for 2011 law grads hits record low 6/6/2012 Lauren Robel The men behind the law school names 6/6/2012 Marshall Leaffer Angie’s List accuses competitor of deceptive ads 6/6/2012 Hannah Buxbaum IU Maurer School of Law offers education studies minor 5/30/2012 David Fidler ‘Flame’ malware is a glimpse of cyber wars to come 5/29/2012 William Henderson Ambitious corporate law firm collapses 5/29/2012 William Henderson Dewey & LeBoeuf bankruptcy tells lawyers: change or die 5/29/2012 William Henderson More complex than greed 5/29/2012 William Henderson History and pedigree do not guarantee survival for Dewey 5/28/2012 William Henderson Dewey & LeBoeuf files for bankruptcy 5/25/2012 Charles Geyh Dickson values continuity for court 5/25/2012 Frank Motley Indiana Tech breaks ground on law school 5/25/2012 Jody Madeira A 21st century expression of the law 5/25/2012 J. Alexander Tanford Dressing defendants 5/24/2012 David Fidler The Internet, human rights and U.S. foreign policy: the Global Online Freedom Act of 2012 5/23/2012 David Fidler Bird-flu research: the biosecurity oversight 5/22/2012 Charles Geyh Judge in Arizona redistricting case previously represented GOP 5/18/2012 Fred H. Cate How Facebook’s IPO compares to Google’s 5/17/2012 Fred H. Cate What Facebook is selling is us 5/15/2012 Charles Geyh New Chief Justice to be named today 5/9/2012 Robert Meitus ‘Hologram’ performance by Tupac creates legal questions for IP lawyers 5/9/2012 Donald E. Knebel More attorneys choosing gradual retirement 5/6/2012 William Henderson Practicing business 5/3/2012 Charles Geyh Legal scholar unimpressed with Prosser defense 5/3/2012 William Henderson Dewey & LeBoeuf near collapse: are other white-shoe law firms in peril? 5/2/2012 Caroline Dowd-Higgins A career letter to the class of 2012 5/2/2012 Jody Madeira No medium, no message, no closure? 5/2/2012 William Henderson Dewey & LeBoeuf and the woes of the legal industry 5/2/2012 Sarah Hughes How safe are mobile payments? 5/2/2012 Jeannine Bell New Jersey v. Ravi 5/2/2012 Fred H. Cate Wanted by police, found by I-Team 8 5/2/2012 Jeannine Bell DOJ downplays expectation for hate crime law

outlet Inside INdiana Business JD Journal.com Huffington Post The Atlantic The Wall Street Journal The Seattle Times Thomson Reuters News & Insight Indiana Lawyer Indianapolis Business Journal Indiana Daily Student Marketplace (American Public Media) Marketplace (American Public Media) Forbes The American Lawyer Marketplace (American Public Media) The New York Times (Deal Book) Indiana Lawyer Indiana Lawyer Indiana Lawyer Indiana Lawyer ASIL Insights Nature Arizona Public Media Marketplace (American Public Media) All Things Considered (NPR) WIBC (Indianapolis) Indiana Lawyer Indiana Lawyer The Wall Street Journal The Cap Times (Madison, Wis.) The Daily Beast Huffington Post Huffington Post On Point (WBUR, Boston/NPR) US News Money WFHB Radio WISH TV, Indianapolis Morning Edition (NPR)

{ Greetings from the Law Alumni Board President }

These are exciting times for our law school. As the president

of Alumni Board, I am happy to report that the members of

each of the classes currently enrolled have exhibited excel-

lence, both in academic achievement and life experience.

The Maurer School of Law has over the past several years

advanced to 26th in the U.S. News & World Report rankings, placing it among the top 10 public law schools. The impressive rankings have resulted from a number of factors. Dean Lauren Robel and now, Interim Dean Hannah Buxbaum, have provided great leadership to the law school. In addition, we all benefit from an energized and impressive faculty, an outstanding admissions staff charged with selecting and recruiting the best students, and an Office of Career and Professional Development (OCPD) without equal. Another extremely important factor in the growth and success of the school is the support that you, as alumni, have provided. If we hope to continue on the same trajectory, however, our school will need your help. Given the increasing costs that current students bear, I believe it is important for all of us to give back to the law school. If each of us provides support at a level with which we are comfortable, we can make a difference in the lives of some extraordinary people. There are also many opportunities to support the law school beyond financial commitment. Every year, the law school welcomes home alumni who serve as judges on the Moot Court. Additionally, OCPD has established a one-to-one mentoring program by which you can work with a recent graduate who is trying to gain his or her first full- time job. I would like to thank Joe O’Connor, JD ’78, whom I recently succeeded as president of the Alumni Board. Joe is among the best, if not the best, leader that our Alumni Board has ever had. It will not be easy to follow his exemplary leadership, but I will make a sincere effort as the president of the Alumni Board. Kind regards,

Gregory J. Jordan, JD’84 IU Maurer School of Law Alumni Board President

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Through annual gifts from donors, the Indiana University Maurer School of Law builds and sustains resources that support scholarships, law journals, trial advocacy programs, the Law Library, faculty development and many other initiatives. The Fund for Excellence giving societies are:

honor roll }

The Partners in Excellence enable the IU Maurer School of Law to plan for the future of mission-critical programs by pledging their sustained support to the School in the amount of $2,500 per year or more for five years. The Law School deeply appreciates the investment of this elite group of donors.

Terrill D. Albright, ’65

Scott N. Flanders,’82

David C. Milne, ’94

S. Lee Woodward, ’73

Alfred C. Aman, Jr.

Micheal E. Flannery, ’83

Meagan (McAuley)

Frank E. Wrenick, ’65

Robert D. Aronson, ’77

Brenda (Osborne) Freije, ’94

Mark E. Wright, ’89

Bruce J. Artim, ’82

Richard T. Freije, Jr., ’84

Burke J. Montgomery, ’99

Kenneth R. Yahne, ’68

David O. Barrett, ’95

Philip C. Genetos, ’77

Robert E. Neiman, ’66

James P. Zeller, ’76

M. Scott Bassett, ’86

Steven E. Goode, ’93

George T. Patton, Jr., ’87

5

Wayne D. Boberg, ’78

Harry L. Gonso, ’73

Stephen H. Paul, ’72

{ finis }

William J. Brody, ’76

David E. Greene, ’74

Jeffrey P. Petrich, ’84

James R. Brotherson, ’78

Andrew W. Hull, ’86

William R. Pietz, ’69

Stephen F. Burns, ’68

V. William Hunt, ’69

Steven M. Post, ’77

Donald W. Buttrey, ’61

R. Neil Irwin, ’71

Lisa A. Powell, ’84

Willard Z. Carr, ’50

Robert A. Jefferies, Jr., ’66

Stephen M. Proctor, ’82

Gregory A. Castanias, ’90

Gregory J. Jordan, ’84

Richard S. Rhodes, ’53

scholarships and the Law Library are recognized as contributions to the Fund for Excellence. An asterisk indicates that the donor is deceased.

Rodolfo Chapa, Jr., ’85

Robert P. Kassing, ’64

John F. Richardson, ’77

Clyde D. Compton, ’65

John F. Kimberling, ’50

James G. Richmond, ’69

Michael R. Conner, ’75

Gregory C. Knapp, ’81

Randall R. Riggs, ’77

Catherine A. Conway, ’78

James Koday, ’76

Timothy J. Riffle, ’83

Every effort has been made to avoid errors. Please accept our apology if you have been listed incorrectly or omitted.

Greta E. Cowart, ’85

Tracy T. Larsen, ’84

Lauren K. Robel, ’83

Jeffrey S. Davidson, ’73

William C. Lawrence, ’79

Thomas F.

Richard A. Dean, ’73

Stephen W. Lee, ’77

John H. de Boisblanc, ’66

Millard D. Lesch, ’67

Glenn Scolnik, ’78

Alecia A. DeCoudreaux, ’78

Jason W. Levin, ’83

John E. Seddelmeyer, ’74

Ann M. DeLaney, ’77

Susan (Weinberg) Levin, ’83

Randolph L. Seger, ’72

Kathleen A. DeLaney, ’95

John L. Lisher, ’75

Julian L. Shepard, ’83

Anne N. DePrez, ’81

Mary K. Lisher, ’75

Jacqueline A. Simmons, ’79

Paul F. Donohue, ’76

Thomas M. Lofton, ’54

Marshall S. Sinick, ’68

Donald P. Dorfman, ’57

Susan C. Lynch, ’93

Kathleen O. St. Louis, ’84

Robert P. Duvin, ’61

Larry A. Mackey, ’76

James P. Strenski, ’94

William B. Edge, ’98

Scott Y. MacTaggart, ’76

Tommy F. Thompson, ’75

Sidney D. Eskenazi, ’53

Michael S. Maurer, ’67

Hon. John D. Tinder, ’75

David C. Evans, ’71

Thomas R. McCully, ’66

Stephen M. Trattner, ’70

Richard L. Fanyo, ’76

R. Bruce McLean, ’71

Kenneth L. Turchi, ’83

Stephen L. Ferguson, ’66

Leslie S. Mead, ’84

Ted A. Waggoner, ’78

Thomas M. Fisher, ’94

Edward L. Michael, ’81

Mark S. Wojciechowski, ’81

– – – – –

$10,000 and above: Dean’s Circle Visionaries $5,000 to $9,999: Dean’s Circle Benefactors $1,000 to $4,999: Dean’s Circle Directors $250 to $999: Partners Up to $249: Associates

The 2011–2012 Honor Roll of Donors reflects gifts from July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2012. Unrestricted gifts and annual gifts to student organizations,

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{ partners in excellence

Please report corrections to: Lisa G. Hosey, Director of Special Gifts and Stewardship Arthur M. Lotz Office of Alumni and Development 211 S. Indiana Ave. Bloomington, IN 47405 812-855-9953 877-286-0002 lawalum@indiana.edu

Milne, ’94

Schnellenberger, Jr., ’79

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about the honor roll of donors

dean’s circle }

Members of the Dean’s Circle are valued friends and alumni who demonstrate their ongoing commitment through annual gifts to the Fund for Excellence of $1,000 or more. We gratefully acknowledge their generosity and thank all who have contributed their time, talent, and resources.

Visionaries $10,000 and above

Steven M. Post, ’77

William B. Edge, ’98

Richard S. Rhodes, ’53

Eli Lilly and Company

5 Bruce J. Artim, ’82

John F. (“Jeff”)

Sidney D. Eskenazi, ’53

Eugene and Marilyn Glick

5 Terrill D. Albright, ’65

Stephen F. Burns, ’68

James G. Richmond, ’69

Alfred C. Aman, Jr.

Rodolfo Chapa, Jr., ’85

Thomas F.

David C. Evans, ’71

Joseph M. Ambrose, ’82

Clyde D. Compton, ’65

Exxon Education Foundation

Steven H. Ancel, ’60

Catherine A. Conway, ’78

John E. Seddelmeyer, ’74

Stephen L. Ferguson, ’66

Ellis B. Anderson, ’52

Cook, Inc.

Jacqueline A. Simmons, ’79

Michael E. Flannery, ’83

Amy G. Applegate

Jeffrey S. Davidson, ’73

Mark S. Wojciechowski, ’81

Steven E. Goode, ’93

John Applegate

R. Neil Irwin, ’71

Samuel R. Ardery, ’83

Millard D. Lesch, ’67

J. Adam Bain, ’86

John L. Lisher, ’75

Carl L. Baker, ’68

Mary (Sturmon) Lisher, ’75

Adam M. Barnes, ’99

Lumina Foundation for

Stephen W. Beard, Jr., ’98

George N. Bewley, Jr., ’73

Scott N. Flanders, ’82

5 Abbott Laboratories Fund

Larry A. Mackey, ’76

Gary L. Birnbaum, ’76

David E. Greene, ’74

American Endowment

Thomas R. McCully, ’66

Susan Blankenbaker

V. William Hunt, ’69

Burke J. Montgomery, ’99

David H. Jacobs

Robert D. Aronson, ’77

National Philanthropic Trust

Vorris J. Blankenship, ’65

Robert A. Jefferies, Jr., ’66

David O. Barrett, ’95

Robert E. Neiman, ’66

Eric E. Boyd, ’86

John W. Anderson

M. Scott Bassett, ’86

Novus Law LLC

James C. Brainard

Wayne D. Boberg, ’78

Stephen H. Paul, ’72

William J. Brody, ’76

Robert P. Kassing, ’64

Bose McKinney and Evans

William R. Pietz, ’69

James R. Brotherson, ’78

John F. Kimberling, ’50

Timothy J. Riffle, ’83

Jerry J. Burgdoerfer, ’83

Lilly Endowment Inc.

Donald W. Buttrey, ’61

Lauren K. Robel, ’83

Hannah L. Buxbaum

Thomas M. Lofton, ’54

Gregory A. Castanias, ’90

James M. Schwentker, Jr.,* ’52

Jeffrey A. Burger, ’79

Maurice B. Miller

Greta (Gerberding)

Glenn Scolnik, ’78

James M. Carr, ’75

Randolph L. Seger, ’72

Caterpiller Foundation

Richardson, ’77

Schnellenberger, Jr., ’79

Donald P. Dorfman, ’57 Robert P. Duvin, ’61 David G. Elmore, ’58 D.G. Elmore, Jr., ’84 Faegre Baker and Daniels

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LLP

Foundation

Scholarship Fund

+

Benefactors $5,000 to $9,999

Foundation

LLP

Cowart, ’85

Family Foundation

Education

Directors $1,000 to $4,999

Noyes, ’83

Michael S. Maurer, ’67

John H. de Boisblanc, ’66

Stephen M. Trattner, ’70

William D. Chambers, ’66

McAndrews Held and Malloy

Alecia A. DeCoudreaux, ’78

Unitarian Universalist

Daniel O. Conkle

R. Bruce McLean, ’71

Anne N. DePrez, ’81

Deborah W. Conkle

Edward L. Michael, ’81

Ann M. DeLaney, ’77

Microsoft, Inc.

Paul F. Donahue, ’76

Holdeen India Program

James L. Cooper, ’91 +

Joyce (McNagny) Critelli, ’76

Gregory J. Jordan, ’84

Lloyd H. Milliken, Jr., ’60

Thomas L. Stevens, ’55

Peter H. Day, ’10

Karen Jordan-Boyd, ’85

David C. Milne, ’94

Stites and Harbison

Richard A. Dean, ’73

Thomas G. Karter, ’65

Megan (McAuley) Milne, ’94

James P. Strenski, ’94

Edward T. DeLaney, ’06

Jason L. Kennedy, ’96

Janet (Beach) Min, ’95

John F. Sturm, ’72

Kathleen A. DeLaney, ’95

Jeffrey J. Kennedy, ’67

P. Michael Mitchell, ’64

Hon. Frank E. Sullivan,

Deloitte and Touche

John F. Kimberling, ’50

Jerry Moss, ’62

Gregory C. Knapp, ’81

Byron L. Myers, ’77

Ernest Summers III, ’80

Debra (Hewetson)

James Koday, ’76

Hon. Edward W. Najam, Jr.

Charles P. Sutphin, ’85

Susan M. Kornfield, ’82

Lawrence T. Oates, ’87

John H. Sweeney, ’59

Francis J. Dermody, ’82

Mark C. Krcmaric, ’83

Robert S. O’Dell, ’87

Hon. Ellen K. Thomas, ’73

Bruce D. Donaldson, ’84

Fred B. Kruger, ’79

Ogletree, Deakins,

William K. Thomas, ’72

Clarence H. Doninger, ’60

Tracy T. Larsen, ’84

Nash, Smoak and

Tommy F. Thompson, ’75

Diane K. Dudeck

Robert D. Lattas, ’01

Stewart, P.C.

Hon. John D. Tinder, ’75

John P. Dudeck

William C. Lawrence, ’79

Marianne M. Owen, ’91

Courtney R. Tobin, ’92

Dana M. Emery, ’94

Stephen W. Lee, ’77

Roger L. Pardieck, ’63

Malcolm J. Tuesley, ’99

J. Scott Enright, ’90

Elliott D. Levin, ’66

George T. Patton, Jr., ’87

Kenneth L. Turchi, ’83

Ernst Young Foundation

Jason W. Levin, ’83

Agnes (Siedlecki) Peters, ’79

Patrick J. Turner, ’82

Richard L. Fanyo, ’76

Susan (Weinberg) Levin, ’83

Jeffrey P. Petrich, ’84

Inge M. Van der Cruysse, ’04

Troy D. Farmer, ’97

Lincoln Financial Group

Gayle (Gerling) Pettinga, ’87

Vanguard Charitable

Thomas M. Fisher, ’94

Mark V. Pettinga, ’87

Amy M. Foust, ’08

Robert G. Lord, ’73

Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw

Wabash Valley Community

Dorothy J. Frapwell, ’73

Donald R. Lundberg, ’76

Brenda (Osborne) Freije, ’94

Susan C. Lynch, ’93

Kirk A. Pinkerton, ’75

Ted A. Waggoner, ’78

Richard T. Freije, Jr., ’84

Scott Y. MacTaggart, ’76

Lisa A. Powell, ’84

Judith A. Waltz, ’81

Hon. Ezra H. Friedlander, ’65

Susan L. Macey, ’80

Stephen M. Proctor, ’82

W. William Weeks, ’79

Matthew T. Furton, ’95

Andrew C. Mallor, ’74

David A. Rammelt, ’90

Keith E. White, ’83

Philip C. Genetos, ’77

Jane (Pratt) Mallor, ’76

Bruce J. Rasch, ’79

Brian P. Williams, ’81

Gary L. Gerling, ’63

Julia (Overton) Maloney, ’87

Marilyn (Baker) Resch, ’73

Alan C. Witte, ’70

Bonnie K. Gibson, ’78

Sean T. Maloney, ’86

Rhys Corporation

S. Lee Woodward, ’73

Judith E. Golitko, ’06

Miranda (Kiser) Mandel, ’80

Randall R. Riggs, ’77

Frank E. Wrenick, ’65

Harry L. Gonso, ’73

Hon. Elizabeth (Noyes)

Joel Rosenbloom, ’54

Mark E. Wright, ’89

Donald I. Grande, ’66

Robert C. Rosenfeld, ’74

Candance (Grass) Yeager, ’83

Carol J. Greenhouse

Donald D. Martin, ’55

Richard A. Rosenthal, Jr., ’81

Joseph H. Yeager, Jr., ’83

Bruce C. Haas, ’83

Maurer Family Foundation,

William A. Rotzien, ’73

Pete R. Yonkman, ’98

Elizabeth Hackl-Brainard

Reed E. Schaper, ’78

Angela (Schultz) Yoon, ’02

Marvin L. Hackman, ’59

Peter C. McCabe III, ’85

Benjamin J. Schmidt, ’08

Hongsun Yoon, ’02

Stephen J. Hackman, ’84

John W. McGee, ’78

D. Reed Scism, ’65

James P. Zeller, ’76

Hon. David F. Hamilton

Thomas M. McGlasson, ’68

John M. Segal, ’71

Patrick D. Zimski, ’82

Thomas M. Hamilton, Jr., ’69

Holiday (Hart)

Julian L. Shepard, ’83

5

Russell H. Hart, Jr., ’56

Skadden Arps Slate Meagher

{ finis }

Michael J. Hinchion, ’80

Philip B. McKiernan, ’83

Jeanne A. Hoffmann, ’79

William F. McNagny, ’47

Carole B. Silver, ’80

Leroy W. Hofmann, ’58

Thomas P. McNulty, ’83

Sarah M. Singleton, ’74

Andrew W. Hull, ’86

Laurence A. McHugh, ’73

Marshall S. Sinick, ’68

Jay Jaffe, ’82

Lisa C. McKinney, ’92

George Sistevaris, ’87

Elizabeth Stuart John, ’95

Leslie S. Mead, ’84

Geoffrey G. Slaughter, ’89

Ian G. John, ’95

Clayton C. Miller, ’93

Kathleen (O’Connor)

David F. Johnson, ’81

Jeanne Seidel Miller, ’48

Debbi (Merriman)

Kevin C. Miller, ’82

Michael L. Stark, ’61

P. Michael Miller, ’65

Roger T. Stelle, ’70

Foundation Dermody, ’82

Johnstone, ’80

Foundation

Mann, ’76

Inc.

McKiernan, ’83

Pittman LLP

Jr., ’82

Endowment Program Foundation, Inc.

Flom LLP

St. Louis, ’84

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{ honor roll

D. Albert Daspin, ’87

............................

{ honor roll

Class Agent: Frank E. Tolbert Total: $4,613 Participation: 35% ............................

giving by class }

The Fund for Excellence 2011–2012 campaign raised $1,050,124. Special recognition goes to Class Agents Carl Overman, JD’52, and James Fitzpatrick, JD’59, who achieved alumni participation rates of 41 and 40 percent this year. David L. Ferguson and Robert W. (Bill) Jonas, Jr., JD’81, raised the highest amount of any class ($54,950), and Thomas R. McCully, JD’66, raised the second-highest amount ($51,652). Thank you to all class agents and alumni for their support of and dedication to our law school!

Classes up to 1947

1950

1952

Total: $200 ............................

Total: $1,900 Participation: 26% ............................

Class Agent: Carl D. Overman Total: $6,810 Participation: 41% ............................

............................

Associate Paul D. Ewan, ’37 5

1947-1948

............................ Class Agent: William F. McNagny Total: $2,400 Participation: 5% ............................ Dean’s Circle Directors William F. McNagny, ’47 Jeanne Seidel Miller, ’48 + Partner Harry H. Hardy, ’48 + Associate Herschel E. O’Shaughnessey, ’48

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5

1949

............................ Class Agent: Frederick A. Beckman Total: $150 Participation: 5% ............................ Associate J. Leslie Duvall +

............................

Dean’s Circle Visionary John F. Kimberling + Partner Frank E. Gilkison, Jr. + Associates Howard E. Baumgartner Willard Z. Carr Philip J. Harris Donald R. Smith Stanley Talesnick 5

1951

............................ Total: $1,450 Participation: 18% ............................ Partners Max Cohen Allen M. Sowle + Associates Waldo F. Beebe James D. Nafe Harry F. Smiddy, Jr. William D. Stephens 5

............................

Dean’s Circle Benefactor James M. Schwentker, Jr.* + Dean’s Circle Director Ellis B. Anderson + Associates Richard R. De Camp Horace A. Foncannon, Jr. Clarence J. Greenwald James R. Grossman H. Robert Henderson Lindy G. Moss Carl D. Overman James L. Smith William J. Wood 5

1953

............................ Class Agent: Richard S. Rhodes Total: $16,350 Participation: 29% ............................ Dean’s Circle Visionary Richard S. Rhodes + Dean’s Circle Benefactor Sidney D. Eskenazi +

Partners William T. Burke Andrew C. Emerson + Associates Richard D. Bonewitz Charles E. Fritz Thomas D. Logan Alfred W. Moellering 5

1954

............................ Class Agent: Joel Rosenbloom Total: $12,700 Participation: 19% ............................ Dean’s Circle Visionary Thomas M. Lofton + Dean’s Circle Director Joel Rosenbloom + Partner Dale E. Armstrong + Associates John W. Donaldson William B. Heubel Ray G. Miller 5

Dean’s Circle Directors Donald D. Martin Thomas L. Stevens + Partners David Rogers William J. Sampias + Associates James T. Corle Robert J. Eder Alexander Jokay Christopher Kirages Carl D. Overholser Vitold Reey 5

1956

............................ Total: $3,300 Participation: 29% ............................ Dean’s Circle Director Russell H. Hart, Jr. + Partners Gerald L. Cooley Miles C. Gerberding Wayne C. Ponader + Associates Shirley (Schlanger) Abrahamson Edwin G. Charle, Jr. Ralph O. Lafuze* Donald T. Mefford Robert W. Miller William W. Peach 5

1957

............................ Class Agent: Donald P. Dorfman Total: $17,225 Participation: 38% ............................

Dean’s Circle Visionary Donald P. Dorfman + Partners Marvin S. Crell Ralph L. Jewell Donald C. Lehman Cliff K. Travis Edwin F. Walmer + Associates Frank A. Barnhart Richard F. Davisson Thomas J. O’Connor Robert C. Riddell Thomas M. Small 5

1958

............................ Class Agent: Leroy W. Hofmann Total: $1,550 Participation: 29% ............................ Dean’s Circle Visionary David G. Elmore + Dean’s Circle Director Leroy W. Hofmann + Partner Lester A. Kassing + Associates Herbert K. Douglas William A. Freihofer Vincent F. Grogg* Joseph T. Ives, Jr. William E. Reifsteck Thomas L. Ryan Robert C. Ware 5

1959

............................ Class Agent: James F. Fitzpatrick Total: $5,450 Participation: 40% ............................ Dean’s Circle Directors Marvin L. Hackman John H. Sweeney +

Partners Paul E. Ave Virgil L. Beeler Daniel D. Fetterley James F. Fitzpatrick James R. Martin Stanley H. Matheny William McCrae William N. Salin, Sr. + Associates John E. Chevigny Kenneth P. Fedder Joseph A. Hays Millard M. Morrison G. Douglass Owens Anne Paramenko Weeks Philip C. Potts Samuel L. Reed Spencer J. Schnaitter William Theodoros

Dean’s Circle Benefactors Donald W. Buttrey Robert P. Duvin + Dean’s Circle Director Michael L. Stark + Partners William G. Bruns Joseph T. Bumbleburg Thomas E. Burchfield Robert L. Fonner Eugene J. McGarvey, Jr. V. (Blodgett) Shields + Associates James D. Hall John S. Jackson John A. Jeffries H. Theodore Noell Richard W. Ray Richard B. Smith

5

1960

............................ Class Agents: Hon. Hugo “Chad” Songer and Lloyd H. Milliken, Jr. Total: $4,529 Participation: 21% ............................ Dean’s Circle Directors Steven H. Ancel Clarence H. Doninger Lloyd H. Milliken, Jr. + Partners Richard L. Brown Lester R. Irvin Hon. Hugo C. Songer + Associates George N. Beamer, Jr. Roger O. DeBruler Robert E. Highfield Richard D. Wagner 5

1961

............................ Class Agent: Joseph T. Bumbleburg Total: $13,360 Participation: 27% ............................

5

1962

............................ Total: $2,830 Participation: 25% ............................ Dean’s Circle Director Jerry Moss + Partners Lee W. Dabagia John P. Gourley + Associates Daniel P. Byron Rafe H. Cloe Thomas A. Dailey Rodney G. Haworth Edgar S. Husted John J. Lorber Milford M. Miller, Jr. William P. Philips, Jr. John L. Selis Carl E. Ver Beek David S. Wedding Albert T. Willardo 5

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1955

............................ Total: $3,345 Participation: 21% ............................ Dean’s Circle Directors Gary L. Gerling Roger L. Pardieck + Partners George E. Buckingham Joseph A. Franklin, Jr. + Associates Larry C. Amos Richard E. Backus Gary E. Becker John W. Clark John M. Clifton, Jr. Donald D. Doxsee Lewis R. Katz Sherman J. Keller Anthony A. Windell 5

1964

............................

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Class Agent: Robert P. Kassing Total: $8,660 Participation: 39% ............................ Dean’s Circle Visionary Robert P. Kassing + Dean’s Circle Director P. Michael Mitchell + Partners John E. Allen Thomas A. Coyne David B. Hughes Sydney L. Steele Robert P. Tinnin, Jr. + Associates Joe D. Black Herbert M. Bohlman Craig B. Campbell William C. Ervin Edward C. King Ellis K. Locher, Jr. Gerald H. McGlone James V. McGlone James J. Nagy

Ronald P. Nelson Robert E. Peterson Gene E. Robbins Marshall D. Ruchman George P. Smith, II Charles O. Ziemer 5

1965

............................ Class Agent: Clyde D. Compton Total: $14,955 Participation: 25% ............................ Dean’s Circle Visionary Clyde D. Compton + Dean’s Circle Directors Terrill D. Albright Vorris J. Blankenship Hon. Ezra H. Friedlander Thomas G. Karter P. Michael Miller D. Reed Scism Frank E. Wrenick + Partners Leonard E. Eilbacher Thomas E. Fruechtenicht Arthur M. Lotz Justin P. Patterson John W. Whiteleather, Jr. + Associates Donald H. Dunnuck Thomas G. Fisher Philip H. Larmore Frank T. Lewis B. Michael McCormick Arthur C. Nordhoff, Jr. David S. Poston Robert F. Welker Thomas G. Wright

Dean’s Circle Visionary Robert A. Jefferies, Jr. + Dean’s Circle Benefactors John H. de Boisblanc + Stephen L. Ferguson Thomas R. McCully Robert E. Neiman + Dean’s Circle Directors William D. Chambers Donald I. Grande Elliott D. Levin + Partners Charles A. Cohen Dennis J. Dewey Robert A. Garelick Henry C. Hudson Denis L. Koehlinger Tracy E. Little Hon. Frank J. Otte Daniel A. Roby William J. Streeter + Associates Robert D. Arnold Douglas R. Bridges Robert J. Delaney Ralph B. Eddy William J. Hein Nancy (Lehman) Litzenberger Thomas K. Milligan Stephen C. Moberly Mamoru Muraoka Darrel K. Peckinpaugh Peter B. Stewart 5

1967

............................

1966

Class Agents: Eric A. Frey and David O. Tittle Total: $9,948 Participation: 20% ............................

Class Agent: Thomas R. McCully Total: $51,652 Participation: 25% ............................

Dean’s Circle Visionary Michael S. Maurer + Dean’s Circle Benefactor Millard D. Lesch +

5

............................

Dean’s Circle Director Jeffrey J. Kennedy + Partners Elliott Abrutyn Malcolm C. Mallette James C. Nelson David H. Nicholls + Associates Stephen W. Adair George A. Brattain Craig W. Caplinger Charles J. Collet Ronald K. Gehring F. Roberts Hanning, Jr. Robert V. Kixmiller Donald C. Lewis Jon H. Moll James E. Randall* William H. Robbins III William F. Thompson Ronald A. Tibaldi David O. Tittle John F. Tweedle Philip D. Waller, Jr. Sally (Hartfield) Westley Terrance F. Wozniak

Ronald B. Bremen Harold E. Brueseke Gary J. Clendening Richard J. Darko E. Duane Daugherty John G. Forbes, Jr. Maribelle (Gannon) Harlow Stephen A. Harlow James W. Holland Robert E. Kabisch Hon. Michael S. Kanne Thomas A. Keith Joseph S. King Frank G. Kramer Douglas C. Leatherbury C. David Little Robert L. Meinzer, Jr. Anthony W. Mommer E. Kent Moore Michael D. Peyton William C. Reynolds Alexander L. Rogers R. Kent Ryan, Jr. Kelly N. Stanley Peter W. Steketee Frederick F. Thornburg William H. Van Deest Kent H. Westley

Peter L. Goerges Richard M. Handlon John A. Hargis Gregory A. Hartzler David M. Haskett Carl A. Heldt III Robert S. Hulett David T. Kasper James R. Kuehl Lucien G. Lewin Stephen P. Malak Brian J. May Daniel A. Medrea Charles J. Myers John L. Pogue Lon D. Showley John L. Steinkamp Robert N. Swartz John R. Treat

5

Dean’s Circle Directors Roger T. Stelle Alan C. Witte + Dean’s Circle Benefactor Stephen M. Trattner + Partners Samuel R. Born II Richard W. Davis, Jr. David A. Dodge Robert D. Epstein John W. Mead David A. Rose Edward L. Volk + Associates Mary Butt Casey Richard T. Dawson Robert G. Fishman Jack H. Frisch David E. Gilman J. Patrick Glynn Gordon Gulitz Ruth (Myer) Huitema

5

1968

............................ Class Agent: Larry R. Fisher Total: $9,145 Participation: 27% ............................ Dean’s Circle Visionary Stephen F. Burns + Dean’s Circle Directors Carl L. Baker Thomas M. McGlasson Marshall S. Sinick + Partners Larry R. Fisher John K. Graham David A. Kruse W. Wyatt Rauch Daniel B. Seitz + Associates Ernest F. Aud, Jr. George H. Brant

1969

............................ Class Agent: John L. Pogue Total: $8,950 Participation: 16% ............................ Dean’s Circle Visionaries V. William Hunt James G. Richmond + Dean’s Circle Benefactor William R. Pietz + Dean’s Circle Director Thomas M. Hamilton, Jr. + Associates Thomas H. Bryan A. Ennis Dale Richard L. Darst Patrick E. Donoghue Curtis B. Eskew

5

1970

............................ Class Agents: Ronald B. Brodey and Alan C. Witte Total: $11,220 Participation: 25% ............................

Rex M. Joseph, Jr. Harvey M. Kagan Walter R. Key Thomas O. Magan William J. Maher John P. Mitchell Gregory W. Sturm William E. Weikert Charles C. Wicks 5

1971

............................ Class Agent: Robert A. Long Total: $26,475 Participation: 20% ............................ Dean’s Circle Visionary R. Bruce McLean + Dean’s Circle Benefactors David C. Evans R. Neil Irwin + Dean’s Circle Director John M. Segal + Partners John G. Baker Wade R. Bosley Richard E. Boston Ethan C. Evans Terry K. Hiestand Stanley M. Levco Larry R. Linhart Robert A. Long Charles M. Middlesworth, Jr. Douglas W. Nutt + Associates Ronald L. Chapman Raymond J. Furey, Jr. Thomas M. Newman Michael D. O’Connor Charles T. Spencer Richard E. Stahl John P. Stelle Lloyd B. Thompson III Jack L. Walkey 5

1972

............................ Class Agent: Randolph L. Seger Total: $16,059 Participation: 17% ............................ Dean’s Circle Benefactors Stephen H. Paul Randolph L. Seger + Dean’s Circle Directors John F. Sturm William K. Thomas + Partners Thomas C. Cornwell C. Thomas Fennimore Kathleen (Hoehn) Gillmore Thomas L. Shriner, Jr. Joseph C. Swift + Associates John M. Beams Charles F. Busse John T. Casey John S. Chappell Edward Chosnek William C. Harlow W. Michael Horton Stephen R. Place David S. Sidor Andrew R. Thompson John L. Tuttle IV Kipling N. White Robert T. Wildman 5

1973

............................ Class Agent: Laurence A. McHugh Total: $41,325 Participation: 25% ............................ Dean’s Circle Visionary Jeffrey S. Davidson + Dean’s Circle Directors George N. Bewley, Jr. Richard A. Dean Dorothy J. Frapwell Harry L. Gonso Robert G. Lord

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1963

5

1974

............................ Class Agent: David E. Greene Total: $32,038 Participation: 19% ............................

Dean’s Circle Visionaries David E. Greene John E. Seddelmeyer + Dean’s Circle Directors Andrew C. Mallor Robert C. Rosenfeld Sarah M. Singleton + Partners Michael E. Armey Robert D. Bray W. Michael Burns James E. Carlberg Laura J. Cooper Donovan R. Flora Mary (Hall) Ham Charles A. Hessler Jane (Titus) Hessler Hon. Basil H. Lorch III Ward W. Miller Clarine Nardi Riddle Frank Seales, Jr. Robert W. Sikkel Robert O. Smith + Associates Douglas B. Altman Harry C. Dees, Jr. Larry R. Downs David L. Hanselman, Sr. Lawrence L. Hermalyn John H. Komoroske Guy R. Loftman Timothy M. Morrison Joseph S. Northrop Richard S. Ryder Tom W. Stonecipher Frank E. Thomas Martha S. West 5

1975

............................ Class Agent: James M. Carr Total: $15,916 Participation: 22% ............................ Dean’s Circle Benefactors John L. Lisher Mary (Sturmon) Lisher Hon. John D. Tinder + Dean’s Circle Directors James M. Carr

Kirk A. Pinkerton Tommy F. Thompson + Partners Christopher A. Bloom Thomas L. Davis Terry M. Dworkin Roy R. Johnson Larry J. Kane David J. Mallon, Jr. K. Stephen Royce Wm. C. Thomson III John D. Walda + Associates Richard L. Brown James R. Byron Peter D. Clarke Michael R. Conner Kenneth W. Dodge Paul S. Elkin Thomas C. Ewing Kenneth E. Gordon John C. Haury Scott T. Kragie Douglas C. Lehman Kenneth W. Macke J. Timothy McCaulay Larry J. McClatchey Mark E. Neff Phillip R. Scaletta Grant F. Shipley Yvonne Stam Andrew A. Szakaly, Jr. Robert E. Wrenn 5

1976

............................ Class Agent: Mary Beth Brody Total: $30,289 Participation: 30% ............................ Dean’s Circle Benefactors Paul F. Donahue Larry A. Mackey + Dean’s Circle Directors Gary L. Birnbaum William J. Brody Joyce (McNagny) Critelli Richard L. Fanyo James Koday Donald R. Lundberg Scott Y. MacTaggart

Jane (Pratt) Mallor Hon. Elizabeth (Noyes) Mann James P. Zeller + Partners Mary (Kleiser) Brody Eric B. Brown Carol (Connor Flowe) Connor Cohen William E. Davis Charles E. Greer Donald E. Hinkle John W. Purcell Larry J. Stroble Joseph J. Tapajna Darell E. Zink, Jr. + Associates Janet (Blassingame) Baccus Ann (Keller) Bailey Joan C. Brooks Sarah A. Carter Emily C. Cato Cathryn V. Deal James P. Fenton James F. Gillespie Alan K. Hofer Steven C. Jackson Jeffrey B. Kolb Charles W. McNagny Roy T. Ogawa Stephen R. Pennell Michael H. Sahn David L. Steiner Michele (Usack) Suttle Ned M. Suttle Vincent O. Wagner Michael L. Wills Barbara S. Woodall 5

Dean’s Circle Benefactors Robert D. Aronson Ann M. DeLaney + Dean’s Circle Directors Philip C. Genetos Stephen W. Lee Byron L. Myers Randall R. Riggs + Partners Stephen R. Bowers Patricia A. Daly Francina (McWilton) Dlouhy Jeffrey L. Gage Victoria (Van Duren) Hart Herbert D. Hart III Brenda E. Knowles Thomas E. Nelson William M. Pope Thomas C. Scherer Sue A. Shadley Nancy E. Weissman Craig M. White + Associates Robert N. Berg Elizabeth A. Frederick Myrna E. Friedman Paul A. Hass Kurt R. Kaboth Frances E. Komoroske Fred J. Logan, Jr. Doyal E. McLemore, Jr. James D. Moore Ann L. Nowak Harry I. Price Lori (Wassermann) Price Bruce W. Roberts Mark J. Roberts Michael J. Schneider John J. Stieff

1977

5

Class Agent: Herbert D. Hart III Total: $37,268 Participation: 20% ............................

1978

............................

Dean’s Circle Visionaries Steven M. Post John F. (“Jeff”) Richardson +

............................ Class Agents: James S. Kowalik and Ted A. Waggoner Total: $46,642 Participation: 27% ............................ Dean’s Circle Visionary Catherine A. Conway +

Dean’s Circle Benefactors Wayne D. Boberg Alecia A. DeCoudreaux Glenn Scolnik + Dean’s Circle Directors James R. Brotherson Bonnie K. Gibson John W. McGee Reed E. Schaper Ted A. Waggoner + Partners Anne Aikman‑Scalese Mitchell A. Kline Joseph D. O’Connor Michael L. Pate Jeffrey K. Riffer Hugh A. Sanders David L. Sandweiss Margaret A. Williford + Associates Charles L. Brower Michael E. Brown James R. De Motte Aladean Derose‑ Smithburn Marilyn E. Hrnjak Veda M. Jairrels D. Michael Keen James S. Kowalik Janett (Burns) Lowes Debra K. Luke John P. Martin Philip L. McCool Renee (Mawhinney) McDermott Mark S. Niblick George E. Reed, Jr. Christopher Rice Patricia S. Roberts John W. Rowings Linda (Ritchie) Rowings Carolyn W. Spengler Janis L. Summers Emily (Cosner) Tobias Ann R. Vaughan Samuel A. Wachtel Brenda (Wheeler) Zody 5

1979

............................ Class Agents: Thomas F. Schnellenberger and Jacqueline A. Simmons Total: $20,259 Participation: 16% ............................ Dean’s Circle Visionaries Thomas F. Schnellenberger, Jr. Jacqueline A. Simmons + Dean’s Circle Directors Jeffrey A. Burger Jeanne A. Hoffmann Fred B. Kruger William C. Lawrence Agnes (Siedlecki) Peters Bruce J. Rasch W. William Weeks + Partners Jane Alshuler Daniel C. Emerson Bruce A. Hugon Sue (Padgett) Murphy Daniel J. Skekloff + Associates Maria Arista‑Volsky Michelle (Link) Bernstein Michael J. Botkin Darcy J. Chamberlin Donald D. De Grasse Jeffrey S. Dible Richard Franzblau Mark E. GiaQuinta Ronald E. James* John M. Kyle III David B. Millard Sabra A. Weliever 5

1980

............................ Class Agent: Michael J. Hinchion Total: $11,230 Participation: 17% ............................ Dean’s Circle Directors Michael J. Hinchion Debbi (Merriman) Johnstone

Susan L. Macey Miranda (Kiser) Mandel Carole B. Silver Ernest Summers III + Partners Michael A. Aspy Helen (Russell) Friedli Meredith (Mettlen) McIntyre Manuel R. Ojeda II Jean (Reyes) Pechette Stephen J. Peters Thomas A. Pyrz Robert L. Ralston Christopher G. Scanlon David J. Theising + Associates Sue A. Beesley Kathryn A. Brogan Paul T. Deignan Kevin W. Dogan Dolores Hahn Mary E. Hogan Keith P. Huffman Frederick N. Kopec Alice A. Kuzemka Mark J. Phillipoff Glenna M. Ramer Edward F. Schrager Peter A. Schroeder Sharon (Zoretich) Terry Mark A. Warsco David B. Wilson 5

1981

............................ Class Agents: David L. Ferguson and Robert (Bill) W. Jonas, Jr. Total: $54,950 Participation: 19% ............................ Dean’s Circle Visionaries Edward L. Michael Mark S. Wojciechowski + Dean’s Circle Benefactor Anne N. DePrez + Dean’s Circle Directors David F. Johnson Gregory C. Knapp

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{ 38 } ergo + 2011-2012 dean’s report

Laurence A. McHugh Marilyn (Baker) Resch William A. Rotzien Hon. Ellen K. Thomas S. Lee Woodward + Partners Robert D. Budesa, Sr. Michael R. Fruehwald Charles D. Hankey Dale E. Hunt Michael C. Lacey Terry (Miller) Mumford Carolyn (Holder) Price Thomas L. Pytynia William D. Roessler Charles R. Rubright C. Daniel Yates Patrick J. Zika + Associates Joseph L. Amaral Thomas J. Brannan James D. Collier Alice M. Craft LeRoy E. Cummings II Howard W. Feldman Michael R. Fisher Richard E. Fox John F. Fuzak Ward S. Hamlin, Jr. Alan L. Johns Stephen J. Johnson Peter M. Kelly II Eric L. Kirschner Robert L. Lewis Paul J. Mason Ronald S. Reinstein Stuart Senescu Willoughby G. Sheane, Jr. Arthur M. Small J. Eric Smithburn Michael J. Spencer Arthur G. Surguine, Jr. Robert W. Thacker Thomas E. Wilson Philip L. Zorn, Jr.

5

1982

............................

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Class Agent: John W. Van Laere Total: $39,199 Participation: 25% ............................ Dean’s Circle Visionaries Bruce J. Artim Scott N. Flanders + Dean’s Circle Directors Joseph M. Ambrose Debra (Hewetson) Dermody Francis J. Dermody Jay Jaffe Susan M. Kornfield Kevin C. Miller Stephen M. Proctor

Hon. Frank E. Sullivan, Jr. Patrick J. Turner Patrick D. Zimski + Partners Roger W. Bennett Gary L. Davis Edward D. Feigenbaum Kenneth H. Inskeep Alan A. Levin Cathy S. Moore Cheryl (Gaither) Ojeda Cynthia S. Stanley Peter A. Teholiz + Associates Robert G. Andree Peter G. Bakas Thomas A. Barnard Jeffrey A. Boyll Elaine (Becher) Brown Michael S. Callahan Paula (Brandenburg) Cardoza Linda (Clark) Dague Bradley J. Dougherty Ellen S. Gabovitch C. Dean Higginbotham George L. Lenard Lisa (Donk) Lewis Bruce L. McSpadden Alicia (Manatrey) McClean Mark S. Moore Les B. Morris John B. Powell Joseph W. Rebone Christopher S. Roberge Madonna (Kissel) Starr Jeffrey M. Teske John W. Van Laere Vincent D. Zahnle 5

1983

............................ Class Agents: Jerry J. Burgdoerfer and Kenneth L. Turchi Total: $37,300 Participation: 23% ............................

Dean’s Circle Benefactors Michael E. Flannery Timothy J. Riffle Lauren K. Robel + Dean’s Circle Directors Samuel R. Ardery Susan Blankenbaker Noyes Jerry J. Burgdoerfer Bruce C. Haas Mark C. Krcmaric Jason W. Levin Susan (Weinberg) Levin Holiday (Hart) McKiernan Philip B. McKiernan Thomas P. McNulty Julian L. Shepard Kenneth L. Turchi Keith E. White Candance (Grass) Yeager Joseph H. Yeager, Jr. + Partners Philip C. Eschels Gina (Skelton) Koons Jeffrey L. Rensberger Jeffrey B. Rubenstein Rebecca (Wilkinson) Rubenstein Douglas D. Small Tracey (Nicolau) Wise Kenneth J. Yerkes + Associates Dan J. Carwile Deborah L. Darter Ronald D. Elkins Becky J. Frederick Elizabeth A. Justice Peter C. Kelty Yvette (Gaff) Kleven Nancy (Vozar) Knapp Mark J. Moryl Chris A. Ramsey Thomas E. Satrom Susan (Reed) Schwab Gerhard A. Stuebben Suzanne Sturgeon Richard J. Thrapp 5

1984

............................ Class Agents Stephen J. Hackman and James L. Whitlatch Total: $19,391 Participation: 15% ............................ Dean’s Circle Visionary D.G. Elmore, Jr. + Dean’s Circle Directors Bruce D. Donaldson Richard T. Freije, Jr. Stephen J. Hackman Gregory J. Jordan Tracy T. Larsen Leslie S. Mead Jeffrey P. Petrich Lisa A. Powell Kathleen (O’Connor) St. Louis + Partners Thomas L. Perkins John W. Polley Brian J. Shapiro David R. Warshauer James J. Weber + Associates Marvin R. Abshire Lee R. Berry, Jr. Timothy J. Boeglin William H. Hollander Stanley E. Johnson, Jr. Stuart A. Katz Lisa C. Keener John P. Lahaie Marcia (Gohlke) Linsky Gilberto R. Perez Cynthia J. Reichard Renee Riecke Carol (Nolan) Skinner 5

1985

............................ Class Agents: Alan R. Loudermilk and Donald J. Vogel Total: $23,675 Participation: 17% ............................

Dean’s Circle Visionary Rodolfo Chapa, Jr. + Dean’s Circle Benefactor Greta (Gerberding) Cowart + Dean’s Circle Directors Karen Jordan‑Boyd Peter C. McCabe III Charles P. Sutphin + Partners Scott A. Brown Joan M. Heinz Michael D. Huber Charles C. Kelly Karl M. Koons III John A. Larson Alan R. Loudermilk Richard J. McConnell Anne (Boyd) Norris Erick D. Ponader Richard C. Starkey + Associates James F. Bleeke Cherri L. Branson Barbara L. Brugnaux Timothy M. Conway James W. Foltz Richard T. Groff Timothy J. Haffner Marion P. Herrington Denise L. Kelly David M. Kraus Michael J. Lewinski Jane Magee Shelia C. Riddick Richard H. Vetter Donald J. Vogel 5

1986

............................ Class Agents: J. Adam Bain and Sean T. Maloney Total: $15,018 Participation: 17% ............................ Dean’s Circle Benefactor M. Scott Bassett +

Dean’s Circle Directors J. Adam Bain Eric E. Boyd Andrew W. Hull Sean T. Maloney + Partners Thomas E. Farrell John Fedors, Jr. James A. Gesmer John M. Hamilton Louis K. Nigg Maryanne (Thickstun) Pelic Wendy (Wright) Ponader Peter M. Racher David T. Schaefer Timothy L. Tyler Mark R. Waterfill + Associates James A. Button Kevin D. Gibson David J. Hensel Thomas B. Parent Susie (Poole) Ross Kathryn J. Roudebush C. Brian Sauers Karl R. Sturbaum

V. Samuel Laurin III Lars H. Liebeler Benjamin A. Pecar + Associates Katherine (Streicher) Arnold Douglas J. Brackmann John A. Brown James D. Cockrum Marie (Adamson) Collins Robert G. Devetski Stephanie Gabay‑Smith Cynthia (Williams) Hamstra Joseph R. Heerens MaryJane Lapointe Brian K. Mahoney Thomas M. Maxwell Thomas R. Newby Brian L. Porto Gail (Benjamin) Shaps Joel K. Stein Susan H. Vrahoretis Stephen R. Womble

5

Class Agent: Allan T. Slagel Total: $4,090 Participation: 13% ............................

1987

............................ Class Agents: V. Samuel Laurin III and George T. Patton, Jr. Total: $11,813 Participation: 18% ............................ Dean’s Circle Directors D. Albert Daspin Julia (Overton) Maloney Lawrence T. Oates Robert S. O’Dell George T. Patton, Jr. Gayle (Gerling) Pettinga Mark V. Pettinga George Sistevaris + Partners Frank E. Berrodin Sam E. Eversman Robert J. Lahaie Kim (Ohmart) Laurin

5

1988

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Partners Lisa M. Anderson David R. Bolk Kerry C. Connor Julia (Church) Dierker John D. Inwood Bruce W. Longbottom Kevin D. Nicoson Kevin C. Schiferl Allan T. Slagel Scott E. Tarter + Associates Scott B. Ainsworth Kirk E. Grable Randall M. Jacobs Scott M. Keller Thomas G. King Kathleen (O’Donnell) McKune

Christopher A. Nichols Sonia D. Overholser Emily (Elliott) Powers Browning Lisa M. Savadel Michael D. Scott Deanna J. Shirley Allison D. Wharry 5

1989

............................ Class Agent: Mark E. Wright Total: $8,540 Participation: 15% ............................ Dean’s Circle Directors Geoffrey G. Slaughter Mark E. Wright + Partners Deborah Allen‑Slagel Andrew B. Buroker Jeffrey S. Cohen Gerard L. Gregerson Mark D. Janis Bryan A. Richards Peter Villarreal + Associates Katrina J. Amos Thomas E. Baltz John C. Barce Kevin E. Brown Steven C. Bruess Michael D. Carder Larry L. Chubb Susan D. Conner Richard W. Denning Beth (Niehaus) Folz Alison (Tam) Frazier Richard W. Head James P. Kearns Douglas W. Langdon Barry T. Lieber Daniel R. Miller Nadine (Akimoto) Neel Laurie (Wightman) Schmidt Gregory J. Seketa David R. Steiner Anthony C. Sullivan Brian S. Williams 5

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Richard A. Rosenthal, Jr. Judith A. Waltz Brian P. Williams + Partners Alan W. Becker Ted R. Brown David L. Ferguson Anthony P. Gillman Michael A. Pechette Richard M. Quinlan John R. Schaibley III Robert K. Stanley Myra L. Willis + Associates Ruth M. Acheson Philip K. Cone John A. Crawford Clifford W. Garstang Howard L. Gilberg Mark D. Hassler James S. Legg Bruce F. Lewis Julia E. Merkt Kathryn (De Neut) Molewyk David C. Ollis Richard B. Schneider Donald P. Shively Dennis M. Stark Richard W. Young

............................ Class Agents: Mark B. Gramelspacher and Ted C. Stamatakos Total: $17,411 Participation: 14% ............................ Dean’s Circle Benefactor Gregory A. Castanias + Dean’s Circle Directors J. Scott Enright David A. Rammelt + Partners Ellen E. Boshkoff William M. Braman Bonnie L. Foster David A. Foster Mark B. Gramelspacher William C. Hermann Kelly A. Johnson Jeffrey S. Koehlinger Theodore C. Stamatakos Daniel B. Vinovich + Associates Jeffrey J. Beihoff David A. Brown Paul F. Burtis Jane C. Dell Eric S. Hoogland Charles C. Killion Lance D. Like Michael J. MacLean Joanne (Krause) Mages Christian J. Morrison Tracy (Tuley) Pappas Theodore Washienko, Jr. 5

1991 { 42 } ergo + 2011-2012 dean’s report

............................ Class Agent: Anne A. Bennett Total: $5,150 Participation: 7% ............................ Dean’s Circle Directors James L. Cooper Marianne M. Owen +

Partners Jennifer A. Bauer Philippa M. Guthrie Shapleigh Smith, Jr. Janet (Raycraft) Zeigler + Associates Shuba (Krishnan) Bhatt Julia E. Heitz Cassidy Bart A. Karwath Daniel G. McNamara Nicholas C. Pappas Joan E. Tupin‑Crites Salvador Vasquez Julia C. Weissman 5

1992

............................ Class Agents: Mark E. Need and Courtney R. Tobin Total: $5,961 Participation: 12% ............................ Dean’s Circle Directors Lisa C. McKinney Courtney R. Tobin + Partners Kathleen M. Anderson Greg A. Bouwer Darrin M. Dolehanty James A. Joven Matthew J. Miller Alyssa (Forman) Stamatakos Brantley H. Wright + Associates Steven M. Badger James T. Flanigan Toby (Bell) Gill Scott R. Hansen James M. Hinshaw Mark E. Need Timothy E. Ochs Craig R. Patterson Debra L. Schroeder Pamela R. Schroering David A. Starkweather Alan S. Townsend J. Brad Voelz

Mark J. Wassink Dawn Wrona

5

Brenda (Osborne) Freije David C. Milne Meagan (McAuley) Milne James P. Strenski + Partners Rebecca L. Collins Thomas E. Deer Jeffrey S. Goldenberg David J. Jurkiewicz John T. Keith Carol Nemeth Jovan Angela F. Parker Jeanne M. Picht Janet C. Stavropoulos + Associates Margaret E. Allen Edward G. Bielski Amanda (Owens) Blackketter Pamela (Fisher) Coffey Karen (Mellencamp) Davis Juan C. Ferrucho Clare (Smith) Gorski Sandra (Rasche) Hemmerlein Michael T. Hylland Sharon (Gerber) Luarde Joanne (Crawford) McAnlis Alice (Mc Kenzie) Morical Gregory J. Morical Pamela G. Schneeman Scott R. Sikkenga Todd J. Stearn Sean S. Steele Trevor A. Sutherland Adam Tavitas Leslie A. Warren Ronald Wilcox 5

1994

1995

Class Agents: Thomas E. Deer and Henry S. Noyes Total: $13,005 Participation: 18% ............................

Class Agents: Matthew T. Furton and Ian G. John Total: $14,835 Participation: 13% ............................

Dean’s Circle Directors Dana M. Emery Thomas M. Fisher

Dean’s Circle Benefactor David O. Barrett +

5

1993

............................ Class Agents: Clayton C. Miller and James L. Vana Total: $14,225 Participation: 10% ............................ Dean’s Circle Benefactor Steven E. Goode + Dean’s Circle Directors Susan C. Lynch Clayton C. Miller + Partners Kevin G. Baer Patrick S. Cross William D. Girardot Carl A. Greci Sarah S. Riordan James L. Vana Jennifer (Aichele) Vana Mike J. Yoder + Associates Julie (Meredith) Conrad Roger B. Finderson Laurie A. Gray Nancy J. Guyott Daniel T. Hackman Phillip D. Hatfield Joseph D. McPike Sharon K. Mollman Elliot David S. Peebles Kevin E. Steele

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Dean’s Circle Directors Kathleen A. DeLaney Matthew T. Furton Ian G. John Elizabeth Stuart John Janet (Beach) Min + Partners Derek Y. Brandt Jeffrey L. Carmichael Shannon L. Clark Julie (Lingle) Gardner Hank H. Kim Charles J. Meyer William E. Padgett Christopher J. Rabideau Bret D. Raper Cynthia Storer Baran + Associates Suzy A. Buckovich Robert A. Dubault Douglas W. Hyman James P. Leahey David A. Locke Jill T. Powlick David H. Schwartz Joy L. Trimmer John M. Yarger 5

1996

............................ Class Agent: Randal J. Kaltenmark Total: $4,675 Participation: 11% ............................ Dean’s Circle Director Jason L. Kennedy + Partners Rhonda Hospedales Manotti L. Jenkins Randal J. Kaltenmark Shou Y. Ling Elissa J. Preheim Ketaki Sircar Kevin Tessier Susan J. Yoon + Associates Robert F. Barron II Krista (Duncan) Black

Christine (Carroll) Cahill Jill (Wright) Denman Michael R. Lieber Sandip H. Patel Jamison S. Prime Marjorie K. Rice Frederick W. Schultz Jennifer (Roessler) Schultz Susan M. Shook John F. Townsend III 5

1997

............................ Class Agents: Troy D. Farmer, Jason R. Reese, and Sonia Miller-Van Oort Total: $5,000 Participation: 13% ............................ Dean’s Circle Director Troy D. Farmer + Partners Eric M. Douthit John P. Fischer Allen J. Guon W. James Hamilton Wendy (Melone) Hamilton John M. Mueller Jason R. Reese Jill (Pilcher) Reese + Associates Thaddeus R. Ailes Kyle M. Baker Robert W. Burt James K. Cleland Kelly (Collier) Cleland Roger P. Colinvaux Steven S. Hoar David H. Iskowich Shellie (Deffendall) Kyle Raoul K. Maitra Raeanna S. Moore Johanna J. Philhower Maple Kevin C. Powell Manish S. Sampat Karen (Richardson) Swopes Ellen (Morrison) Townsend

Thomas H. Townsend Konrad M. Urberg Julie A. Veach Heather (Tallman) Wilson Jered J. Wilson 5

1998

............................ Class Agents: Stephen W. Beard, Jr. and Mark A. Hagedorn Total: $9,929 Participation: 9% ............................ Dean’s Circle Benefactor William B. Edge + Dean’s Circle Directors Stephen W. Beard, Jr. Pete R. Yonkman + Partners Cynthia L. Bauerly Kendall H. Millard Angela R. Smith Fisher + Associates James H. Beckett Mark A. Hagedorn Joshua D. Hague Tony Y. Kim Andrew D. Kruse Wesley S. Marion Marc T. Quigley Matthew M. Riordan April (Hunsinger) Schilling Jennifer (Wheeler) Terry John S. Terry Dawn A. Wildrick‑Cole Germaine (Winnick) Willett Bryan B. Woodruff 5

1999

............................ Class Agents: Bryan H. Babb and Julie P. Wilson Total: $12,935 Participation: 11% ............................

Dean’s Circle Benefactor Burke J. Montgomery + Dean’s Circle Directors Adam M. Barnes Malcolm J. Tuesley + Partners Abigail A. Clapp Tamatha (Gawlik) Earnhart Aaron N. Goldberger Heather J. Kidwell Jason D. Kimpel Damon R. Leichty Jennifer A. Thomas Julie P. Wilson + Associates Bryan H. Babb Lynne E. Ellis Karen L. Hsu John H. Kedeshian Nicholas F. Lancaster Lonene C. Maynard Kathy L. Osborn Rozelia S. Park Daniel R. Roy David L. Theyssen Daniel C. Walters Lezlie (Allen) Willis Lawrence Wu 5

2000

............................ Class Agents: Angela Karras Neboyskey and David A. Neboyskey Total: $3,350 Participation: 11% ............................ Partners Jessica P. Barth Amy (Hurley) Brody Matthew S. Carr Ann L. Goodwin Robert S. Meitus Angela Karras Neboyskey David A. Neboyskey + Associates Magdalena (Przytulska) Acevedo Philip J. Berenz

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5

2001

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Class Agents: Robert D. Lattas and Shiv O’Neill Total: $3,670 Participation: 12% ............................ Dean’s Circle Director Robert D. Lattas + Partners Jasna (Brblic) Dolgov Elizabeth A. Houdek Jason A. Houdek Matthew D. Kellam + Associates Samuel J. Arena Ian D. Arnold Benjamin T. Caughey Laura (Boeckman) Cauley Michael J. Chapman Sonia S. Chen Emily L. Fitzgerald Laura J. Hilmert Michael J. Hulka Trenten D. Klingerman Brian J. Lally Kevin R. Martin Marion (Gibson) Miller Peter S. Nemeth Jacob C. Pond Darin A. Siders Michael G. Smith John D. Snethen Hans J. Weinburger Susan (Hutz) Worth 5

2002

............................ Class Agents: Thomas C. Lunsford and Hongsun Yoon Total: $5,005 Participation: 12% ............................ Dean’s Circle Directors Angela (Schultz) Yoon Hongsun Yoon + Partners Thomas R. Failor Thomas C. Lunsford Jenny N. Masunaga Myron S. McCoo Daniel J. Moore Johnny D. Pryor April J. Risk Marisol Sanchez Rafael A. Sanchez James G. Sarbinoff + Associates Laurence C. Brown Matthew E. Conrad Michael J. Denny Mindy A. Finnigan Michael A. Harrison Megan (Hill‑Kerton) Hill Kenneth G. Kubes Lauren E. Minto Jeffrey D. Roberts Peter P. Ten Eyck Stefanie J. Weigand 5

2003

............................ Class Agent: Matthew Silverman Total: $2,299 Participation: 8% ............................ Partners Jill A. Ellis Michael E. Heintz Jennifer L. Shea + Associates Nicole D. Clark Cara L. Fedewa Jennifer (Burger) Herrmann

Jennifer M. Hess Matthew R. King Scott N. Kumis Russell C. Menyhart Samuel F. Miller Charles R. Salter Matthew Silverman Lena (Nasr) Snethen Mariann D. Weatherford Jennifer L. Weber 5

2004

............................ Class Agent: Michael N. Red and Inge M. Van der Cruysse Total: $5,265 Participation: 10% ............................ Dean’s Circle Director Inge M. Van der Cruysse + Partners Amanda C. Couture Richard H. Hedrick Paula (Konfal) Motzel Jacob P. Sheehan Freedom S. Smith Megan H. Stifel + Associates Jeffrey S. Ankrom Thomas J. Davis Carina M. De la Torre Sean M. Downey Cyril R. Emery Daniel R. Flynn Jason L. Fulk Jeanette Hanna‑Ruiz Bryan R. Mason Thao T. Nguyen John R. Worth Kristine L. Zeabart

Partner David W. Clark + Associates Rachael N. Clark Tracy (Dickenson) Dickinson David L. Francisco Liane C. Groth Renea (Vealey Hill) Hooper Melissa M. Mortimer Adam J. Richter 5

2006

............................ Class Agents: Rebecca Bailey Jacobsen and Maurice L. Williams Total: $5,155 Participation: 6% ............................ Dean’s Circle Directors Edward T. DeLaney Judith E. Golitko + Partners Christina M. Finn Anna T. Meyer + Associates George B. Coleman Michelle Cosby Stephen E. Fenn Jennifer K. Handel Matthew B. Millis Charles A. Piccuta Courtney K. Rangen Adam C. Shields Shana C. Stump John S. Wills 5

5

2007

2005

Class Agents: Stephanie A. Artnak and Laura J. Koenig Total: $1,650 Participation: 8% ............................

............................ Class Agents: David W. Clark and Renea (Vealey Hill) Hooper Total: $875 Participation: 4% ............................

............................

Associates Nathan D. Baney Birk K. Billingsley Robyn (Slaughter) Brittain Lauren P. Buford Rachel E. Clark Dustin R. DeNeal Jill M. Felkins Laura (Corderman) Harbison William P. Harbison Casey M. Holsapple Mark K. Leeman Elizabeth Lewis Baney Kenneth K. Rathburn Nithin B. Reddy Christopher D. Schimke Jacob B. Schtevie Jennifer E. Winnett Denniston 5

2008

............................ Class Agents: Maria E. Bennett and Jennifer M. Hesch Total: $4,626 Participation: 11% ............................ Dean’s Circle Directors Anonymous Amy M. Foust Benjamin J. Schmidt + Partners Nicholas R. Blesch Clark Kevin M. Dent Stephen E. Reynolds Jennifer L. Schuster + Associates Christian W. Bartholomew Erin Bauer Maria E. Bennett Garry A. Boyle Christina L. Clark Jessica K. Guay Matthew D. Lawless John W. McKenzie III Danielle R. Olivotto Jeffrey M. Peabody

Lucas M. Rudisill Phillip T. Scaletta Shalina (Chibber) Schaefer James D. Shanahan Nathan W. Steed Aaron J. Stucky Adria Villar 5

2009

............................ Class Agents: Ross D. Eberly and Paul R. Hogan Total: $2,553 Participation: 11% ............................ Dean’s Circle Director Anonymous + Partners Matthew J. Dunne Amanda R. Whiffing + Associates Angela N. Aneiros Michael J. Blinn Catherine A. Clements Lisa (Grier) Dunkin John T. Dunlap Laura (Hyde) Durfee Michele R. Goodman Alex E. Gude Lindsey A. Hemly Susan M. Hinds Paul R. Hogan Benjamin J. Keele Clark P. Kirkman Kellen E. Lynch Anna K. Obergfell Mark S. Pitzak Munjot Sahu John T. Schlafer Eusebio M. Vejil, Jr. Teryl L. Yoder 5

2010

2012

Class Agent: Lance M. Lindeen Total: $2,963 Participation: 8% ............................

Total: $580 ............................

............................

Dean’s Circle Director Peter H. Day + Associates Rebecca L. Billick Jamie L. Burnett David R. Clark Ruth A. Cooper Todd C. Dvorak Steven C. Jackson, Jr. Meaghan E. Klem Rachel Leahey Tabitha J. Lucas Ayame D. Metzger Nancy C. Rachlis Brian A. Villa Philip A. Wagler Kevin T. Wiesner Onika K. Williams Ryan J. Yates Patrick A. Ziepolt

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Partner Heather E. Shreve + Associates Kyle B. Nelson Christopher A. Pierce Mark J. Plantan 5 { finis }

5

2011

............................ Class Agents: Kristen Cameron and Lance M. Lindeen Total: $1,147 Participation: 7% ............................ Partners Lance M. Lindeen Gregory C. Touney + Associates Sarah E. Caldwell Margaret D. Flores Timothy C. Flowers Kevin J. Grande Jana A. Hageman Shane S. Hageman Benjamin W. Hugon Jesse J. James Lauren R. Outlaw Gina M. Venturelli Jing Zhang 5

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Bradley C. Brasser Chad A. Dickson Meggan (Frye) Ehret Heather (Miller) Emenhiser Jonathan P. Emenhiser James E. Fisher Joel T. May Pamela S. Meyer Jaime L. Neal Sandra Perry

The IU Maurer School of Law extends a special thanks to these groups,

Gifts from these special friends of the Law School further support its many programs. The following organizations

whose support reflects their close ties to the school.

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5

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5

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Anonymous

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David Williams

5

Suresh A. Shroff & Co.

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Pittman LLP

Insurance Foundation

Rhys Corporation

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made a direct gift to the Fund for Excellence or matched contributions from alumni and friends of the School.

Dean’s Circle Visionary

5

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Foundation, Inc.

Foundation

& Roegge PC

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Daniel Cole

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Susan Williams

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Partners

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5

Eli Lilly and Company

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{ finis }

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Partners

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Associates

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memorial and honorary gifts. We also thank donors to dedicated funds, including named scholarships.

Antonio Curiel Memorial Scholarship Donald J. Polden + Arnold Gerberding Law Journal Fund Miles C. Gerberding, ’56 + Arthur P. Kalleres Memorial Scholarship Benjamin T. Caughey, ’01 Robert L. Gauss, ’93 Philip C. Genetos, ’77 David J. Mallon, ’75 Gregory L. Pemberton Phillip R. Scaletta, ’75 Freedom S. Smith, ’04 David O. Tittle, ’67 Germaine W. Willett, ’98 + Bose McKinney & Evans Sherman Minton Moot Court Competition Bose McKinney & Evans LLP + Center for Intellectual Property Research Anne E. Aikman-Scalese, ’78 Bruce J. Artim, ’82 Cook, Inc. Eli Lilly & Company Mark D. Janis, ’89 McAndrews Held & Malloy Microsoft Pete R. Yonkman, ’98 + Center on the Global Legal Profession Amarchand Mangaldas & Suresh A. Shroff & Co.

Robert D. Aronson, ’77 Demarest & Almeida Advogados O.P. Jindal Global Law School Koura & Co. C. Raj Kumar Edward L. Michael, ’81 and Rachel P. Hayman Mark S. Niblick, ’78 Nishith Desai Associates Novus Law LLC Steven M. Post, ’77 S&R Associates Milton Stewart, ’71 and Judi Stewart Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations Holdeen India Program Votorantim Group + Charles Wilson Memorial Scholarship Roberta M. Gumbel James J. Weber, ’84 + Child Advocacy Program Karen Lillian Hsu, ’99 + Class of 1979 Scholarship Fund Michelle A. Bernstein, ’79 Jeffrey A. Burger, ’79 Darcy J. Chamberlin, ’79 Jeanne A. Hoffmann, ’79 Bruce A. Hugon, ’79 Sue P. Murphy, ’79 Bruce J. Rasch, ’79 Walter W. Weeks, ’79 +

Class of 1997 Scholarship Fund Eric M. Douthit, ’97 Troy D. Farmer, ’97 Allen J. Guon, ’97 + Class of 1983 Scholarship Fund Bruce C. Haas, ’83 Holiday H. McKiernan, ’83 Philip B. McKiernan, ’83 Lauren K. Robel, ’83 Candance A. Yeager, ’83 Joseph H. Yeager, Jr., ’83 + Community Legal Clinic Roy J. Graham + Curriculum Support Fund Stephen F. Burns, ’68 + David E. Greene and Barbara J. Bealer Scholarship David E. Greene, ’74 and Barbara J. Bealer + DeLaney Scholarship Fund Ann M. DeLaney, ’77 Edward O. DeLaney + Donald P. Dorfman Scholarship Donald P. Dorfman, ’57 + Elmore Entrepreneurship Law Clinic Michael E. Flannery, ’83 Adam C. Shields, ’06 +

Elmore Family Scholarship D.G. Elmore, Jr., ’84 David G. Elmore, ’58 + Ernest L. Myers Scholarship Alice Myers Arthur Estate of Ruth Caniff Myers + Eugene & Jane Fletchall Scholarship Ann F. & Harry D. Morine + Faegre Baker Daniels LLP Pro Bono Fellowship Faegre Baker Daniels LLP + Gary and Denise Birnbaum Scholarship Gary L. Birnbaum, ’76 and Denise B. Birnbaum + Gifts in memory of Patrick L. Baude Eric E. Boyd, ’86 Karen Jordan-Boyd, ’85 Roger B. Dworkin Terry M. Dworkin, ’75 Robert D. Epstein, ’70 Brenda E. Knowles, ’77 + Gifts in memory of Robert W. Beck Hon. John G. Baker, ’71 + Gifts in memory of Alan P. Bell, Ph.D. Toby J. Gill, ’92 Jeffrey M. Gill +

Gifts in memory of Rapheal M. Prevot, Jr. Frank Seales, Jr., ’74 + Gifts in memory of Charles Weiner Patricia S. Weiner + Harry T. Ice Chair William R. Riggs, ’63 + Harry T. Ice Memorial Fund Karen E. Arland, ’82 L. Alan Whaley, ’81 + Harry Pratter Professorship in Law Philip C. Potts, ’59 + Kathleen A. Buck Loan Repayment Assistance Fund Richard A. Dean, ’73 + Kenneth and Louise Yahne Scholarship Kenneth R. Yahne, ’68 and Louise A. Yahne + L.H. Wallace Teaching Award Dale E. Armstrong, ’54 Susan J. Voelkel Harry L. Wallace + Law Journal Sustaining Fund Steven M. Badger, ’92 Gary L. Birnbaum, ’76 Eric E. Boyd, ’86 Karen B. Jordan-Boyd, ’85 Michael E. Brown, ’78 Jeffery A. Burger, ’79 William T. Burke, ’53 Donald W. Buttrey, ’61 Larry L. Chubb, ’89 Carol Connor Cohen, ’76 Michael R. Conner, ’75 Richard J. Darko, ’68 Jeffrey S. Davidson, ’73 Eric M. Douthit, ’97 Robert A. Dubault, ’95 John Dunlap, ’09 David G. Elmore, ’58 Daniel C. Emerson, ’79

Timothy C. Flowers, ’11 William A. Freihofer, ’58 Philip C. Genetos, ’77 Gerald F. George, ’69 Miles C. Gerberding, ’56 Anthony P. Gillman, ’81 Vincent F. Grogg, ’58 Marvin L. Hackman, ’59 Leroy W. Hofmann, ’58 Andrew W. Hull, ’86 Robert P. Kassing, ’64 Ralph O. Lafuze, ’56 Michael J. Lewinski, ’85 David A. Locke, ’95 Thomas M. Lofton, ’54 John J. Lorber, ’62 Doyal E. McLemore, Jr., ’77 Anna T. Meyer, ’06 John P. Mitchell, ’70 James D. Moore, ’77 Michael D. O’Connor, ’71 Sandip H. Patel, ’96 Brian L. Porto, ’87 Richard S. Rhodes, ’53 Christopher G. Scanlon, ’80 Debra L. Schroeder, ’92 John E. Seddelmeyer, ’74 Carole B. Silver, ’80 Sarah M. Singleton, ’74 Geoffrey G. Slaughter, ’89 William J. Streeter, ’66 Frederick F. Thornburg, ’68 Cliff K. Travis, ’57 Kenneth L. Turchi, ’83 Richard D. Wagner, ’60 Edwin F. Walmer, ’57 Kent H. Westley, ’68 Sally M. Westley, ’67 Anthony A. Windell, ’63 John R. Worth, ‘04 Susan L. Worth, ’01 Richard W. Young, ’81 + Law Library Fund Lisa M. Anderson, ’88 Wayne D. Boberg, ’78 Michelle T. Cosby, ’06 Richard T. Dawson, ’70 Kathleen C. Gillmore, ’72 Cynthia A. Hamstra, ’87 Yu-Chen Kao, LLM ’07 James C. Nelson, ’67 Pamela S. Meyer, ’00 Lauren E. Minto, ’02

Rhys Corporation Shell Oil Company Foundation George P. Smith, II, ’64 in honor of Colleen Pauwels, ’86 Ann R. Vaughan, ’78 Heather L. Wilson, ’97 + Lotz Office of Alumni and Development Fund Philip H. Larmore, ’65 + Lila B. Louden Memorial Fellowship Lila B. Louden + M.A.L. Fund Lilly Endowment Inc. Thomas M. Lofton, ’54 and Betty L. Lofton + Marilyn Wheeler Pendergast Scholarship Wabash Valley Community Foundation + Maurice B. Miller Memorial Scholarship Maurice B. Miller Memorial Scholarship Trust + Michael K. Guest Memorial Scholarship Joanne R. and Charles W. Ardery Janet K. Guest Andrew R. and Kristin Guest + Michael S. and Janie Maurer Scholarships Michael S. Maurer, ’67 and Janie K. Maurer + Milton Stewart Fellowships Milton Stewart, ’71 and Judi Stewart + Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart Fellowship in Labor & Employment Law Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C. +

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Gifts in memory of Hon. C. Robert Burner Indiana Judges Association + Gifts in memory of Thomas S. Emison Mary I. Emison + Gifts in memory of Hon. J. Patrick Endsley Lola D. Hoskins + Gifts in memory of Charles F. Gaus Mary Gaus + Gifts in memory of Col. Dennis H. Long Daniel O. and Deborah W. Conkle Steven C. Jackson, Jr., ’10 Rachel Leahey, ’10 Meighan Heather Scott-Jackson Janet C. Stavropoulos, ’94 + Gifts in memory of Timothy S. McCann Marin Academy Susan Mendelsohn Theresa O’Loughlin Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP Kenneth Taber + Gifts in memory of Anthony C. Meyer Indiana Judges Association + Gifts in memory of Captain B.P. O’Donnell Elizabeth J. O’Donnell + Gifts in memory of William W. Oliver Theodore W. Hirsh, ’57 + Gifts in memory of William D. Powell Lisa A. Powell, ’84 +

Leandra Lederman Jody Madeira Christian J. Morrison, ’90 Eric E. and Barbara Muceus Donna M. Nagy Mark E. Need Nadine R. Neel, ’89 Christiana Ochoa Aviva A. Orenstein Cynthia J. Reichard, ’84 Neil R. Sheaffer, ’13 Heather E. Shreve, ’12 Carole B. Silver, ’80 Megan Stifel, ’04 Hon. Ellen K. Thomas, ’73 James L. Vana, ’93 Jennifer L. Vana, ’93 Julia C. Weissman, ’91 Carwina Weng Deborah A. Widiss Donna K. Wilber Susan H. Williams + R. Neil & Michele Irwin Scholarship R. Neil Irwin, ’71 and Michele K. Irwin + Rapheal M. Prevot, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Leonard D. Fromm and Donna K. Wilber + Richardson/Tinder/Logan Scholarship Public and Community Service Scholarship Abbott Fund Fred J. Logan, Jr., ’77 John F. (“Jeff”) Richardson, ’77 Hon. John D. Tinder, ’75 + Robert and Sylvia Jefferies Scholarship Robert A. Jefferies Jr., ’66 and Sylvia M. Jefferies + Robert Kassing Scholarship Bose McKinney & Evans LLP + Scott N. Flanders Scholarship Scott N. Flanders, ’82 +

Sig Beck Award Thomas F. Beck + Simmons-Schnellenberger Scholarship Thomas F. Schnellenberger, Jr., ’79 Jacqueline A. Simmons, ’79 + Stephen Jeffirs Memorial Scholarship Michael J. Jeffirs + Student Organizations Fund Nicholas R. Blesch, ’08 Kevin D. Brown Jerry J. Burgdoerfer, ’83 Christina L. Clark, ’08 John P. Fischer, ’97 James S. Kowalik, ’78 Myron S. McCoo, ’02 Patricia S. Roberts, ’78 Stephen E. Reynolds, ’08 Michael D. Shumate + Student Support Fund Hannah L. Buxbaum Daniel O. Conkle Robert L. Fischman Aviva A. Orenstein in honor of Lauren Robel, ’83 Jeffrey E. Stake J. Alexander Tanford + Thomas H. Krise Memorial Scholarship Mary L. Krise + Viola J. Taliaferro Family and Children Mediation Law Clinic John S. Applegate Hon. Brent E. Dickson and Jan A. Dickson John P. and Diane K. Dudeck Robert L. Ralston, ’80 Mary M. Weakley + V. Sue Shields Endowed Scholarship Robert L. and Emily J. Lewis Otis T. Kent and Mary J. Lapointe, ’87

Hon. Basil H. Lorch III, ’74 and Vivian C. Lorch Michael L. and Debra M. Lynch Bryan A. Richards, ’89 Hon. V. Sue Shields, ’61 + Val Nolan Endowed Chair Ellwood W. and Barbara A. Lewis + Willard and Margaret Carr Professorship in Labor and Employment Law Willard Z. Carr, ’50 and Margaret Carr + William R. Stewart Fund John H. and Karen W. Ferguson + William W. Oliver Chair in Tax Law Joseph T. Ives, ’58 and Mary S. Ives 5 { finis }

top firms by dollars raised } The following firms raised more than $5,000 from alumni for the Fund for Excellence: .................................................................................................................................. Firm Agent(s) Total .................................................................................................................................. Barnes & Thornburg

Randal J. Kaltenmark and Timothy J. Riffle

$ 33,563

Faegre Baker Daniels

James M. Carr and Patrick S. Cross

27,335

Bose McKinney & Evans

Bryan Babb, Robert P. Kassing, and Lisa McKinney

16,723

Jones Day

Gregory A. Castanias

12,624

DeLaney & DeLaney

Kathleen A. DeLaney

9,610

Ice Miller

Philip C. Genetos and Paul R. Hogan

9,577

Stuart & Branigin

Thomas R. McCully

8,605

Bingham Greenebaum Doll

Rafael A. Sanchez

7,980

K&L Gates

Christopher A. Bloom

7,004

Winston & Strawn

Vacant

6,200

Frost Brown Todd

Randall R. Riggs

5,475

alumni participation } The IU Maurer School of Law gratefully acknowledges the law firms that had alumni participation of 75 percent or more in the 2011–2012 Fund for Excellence campaign. .................................................................................................................................. Firm Agent(s) Participation .................................................................................................................................. Bose McKinney & Evans

Bryan Babb, Robert P. Kassing, and Lisa McKinney

100%

Cohen Garelick & Glazier

Robert A. Garelick

100%

DeLaney & DeLaney

Kathleen A. DeLaney

100%

Hackman Hulett & Cracraft

Marvin L. Hackman

100%

Hoover Hull

Andrew W. Hull

100%

Jones Day

Gregory A. Castanias

100%

Lucas Holcomb & Medrea

Daniel A. Medrea

100%

Stuart & Branigin

Thomas R. McCully

100%

Barrett & McNagny

David R. Steiner

86%

Kahn Dees Donovan & Kahn

Brian P. Williams

75%

Yoder Ainlay Ulmer & Buckingham

George E. Buckingham

75%

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On-Campus Interviewing Program Arnold & Porter LLP Faegre Baker Daniels LLP Barnes & Thornburg LLP Benesch, Friedlander, Coplan & Arnoff LLP Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP Carson Boxberger LLP Chapman & Cutler LLP Dinsmore & Shohl LLP Foster Swift Collins & Smith PC Frost Brown Todd LLC Ice Miller LLP Jones Day Murphy Ice & Koeneman LLP Rhoades McKee PC Scopelitis Garvin Light Hanson & Feary PC Smith Haughey Rice & Roegge PC Stites & Harbison PLLC Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP Wooden & McLaughlin LLP + Patrick L. Baude Symposium Stephen M. Trattner, ’70 + Public Interest Law Fellowship Anonymous Justine M. Anderson Matthew P. Antonini, ’14 Amy G. and John S. Applegate Kevin G. Baer, ’93 Jeannine Bell Parag D. Bhayani, ’14 Laura J. Boeckman, ’01 Timothy J. Boeglin, ’84 Craig M. Bradley Brian J. Broughman Robert L. and Emily J. Browning Hannah L. Buxbaum Daniel O. Conkle Leonard D. Fromm Charles G. Geyh Gabrielle L. Goodwin Sarah J. Hughes Dawn E. Johnsen Abbey M. Kinson Brown, ’14

In 2012, more than 900 alumni and friends We are honored to recognize them.

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{ indiana law Arend J. Abel, ’86 Joshua W. Abel, ’05 Marc O. Abplanalp, ’03 Hon. Shirley (Schlanger) Abrahamson, ’56 Magdalena A. (Przytulska) Acevedo, ’00 Kenneth J. Adams, ’00 Kathryn J. Ahlgren, ’08 Anne E. Aikman-Scalese, ’78 Nathan D. Alder, ’95 Amir R. Ali, ’11 D. Michael Allen, ’00 John E. Allread, ’10 David E. Amaya, ’08 Daniel Amin, ’06 Erica Andersen D. Michael Anderson, ’98 Knight S. Anderson, ’93 Jamie Andree Jeffrey S. Ankrom, ’04 Haroon Anwar, ’09 John Applegate Norman J. Aranda, ’89 Samuel R. Ardery, ’83 Samuel J. Arena, ’01 Ian D. Arnold, ’01 Robert D. Aronson, ’77 David A. Arthur, ’75 Bruce J. Artim, ’82 Stephanie A. Artnak, ’07 Mike I. Asensio III, ’85 Jesse J. Ash, ’01 Jacob D. Atz, ’10 Christian Aulepp, ’09 Kathleen A. (Buchler) Austin, ’88 Bryan H. Babb, ’99 Steven M. Badger, ’92 Lowell E. Baier, ’64 Rebecca L. Bailey Jacobsen, ’06 J. Adam Bain, ’86 Hon. John Baker, ’71 Elizabeth L. Baney, ’07 Nathan D. Baney, ’07 Michael H. Baniak, ’80 Denise Y. Barkdull, ’97 Hon. Sarah Evans Barker Hon. Michael P. Barnes Frank A. Barnhart, ’57 David S. Barnhill, ’10

volunteers }

Matthew B. Barr, ’06 William Barteau, ’61 Jessica P. Barth, ’00 Juan C. Basombrio, ’89 M. Scott Bassett, ’86 Gary S. Batke, ’85 Lilaberdia Batties, ’95 Jawn J. Bauer, ’81 Thea C. Bauer, ’09 Scott A. Bearby, ’92 Stephen W. Beard, Jr., ’98 Renee M. T. Beaver, ’08 James H. Beckett, ’98 Frederick A. Beckman, ’49 James K. Bemis, ’85 Gabriel Bender, ’00 Anne A. Bennett, ’91 Jeffrey T. Bennett, ’88 Maria E. Bennett, ’08 Spiro Bereveskos, ’81 Adam J. Berlin, ’99 Stephen D. Berman, ’91 Rebecca L. Billick, ’10 Krista (Duncan) Black, ’96 Paul E. Black, ’70 Robert J. Black, ’77 K. Steven Blake, ’90 Nicholas R. Blesch Clark, ’08 Christopher A. Bloom, ’75 Jack A. Bobo, ’96 Timothy J. Boeglin, ’84 Mindy L. Boehr, ’08 Georgianne F. Bolinger, ’86 Samuel R. Born II, ’70 Sara Yang Bosco, ’83 F. Wesley Bowers, ’51 James Boyajian, ’10 Eric E. Boyd, ’86 Karen Boyd Stephanie K. Boys, ’01 Rebecca A. Brackman, ’98 Daniel V. Bradley, ’10 Geoffrey J. Bradley, ’94 Carly A. Brandenburg, ’07 Stephen M. Brandenburg, ’07 Bradley C. Brasser, ’00 Martha M. Braswell, ’98 John P. Breen, ’93 John Eaton Brengle, ’79 Joseph B. Brennan, ’92 Ronald B. Brodey, ’70 Mary B. (Kleiser) Brody, ’76

William J. Brody, ’76 Hon. Mitchell G. Brogdon, Sr., ’86 Marques C. Brooks, ’07 James R. Brotherson, ’78 Jeffrey C. Brown, ’95 Joseph L. Brownlee, ’72 Charles E. Bruess, ’63 Steven C. Bruess, ’89 Michael R. Brunelle, ’08 William G. Bruns, ’61 Tom Bruno Daniel Buba George E. Buckingham, ’63 Lauren P. Buford, ’07 Peter W. Bullard, ’73 Gregory A. Bullman, ’02 Joseph T. Bumbleberg, ’61 Jerry J. Burgdoerfer, ’83 Robert E. Burkett, Jr., ’80 Jamie L. Burnett, ’10 Stephen F. Burns, ’68 Andrew B. Buroker, ’89 John P. Bushemi, ’73 Matthew G. Butcher, ’08 Donald W. Buttrey, ’61 Amy N. Butz, ’09 Hannah Buxbaum Eleanor P. Cabrere, ’93 David T. Callan, ’07 Kristen Cameron, ’11 Nicole F. Cammarota, ’04 Chris Campaniolo Nicholas A. Capezza, ’05 David L. Carden, ’76 Lindsey D. Carlson, ’07 Jeff Carmichael, ’95 Michael L. Carmin, ’80 Steven D. Carpenter, ’89 James M. Carr, ’75 Willard Z. Carr, ’50 Philip L. Carson, ’67 Richard E. Carter, ’61 Robert Carter Kyle A. Cassidy, ’11 Gregory A. Castanias, ’90 Jeffrey A. Chadwick, ’01 Abhishek “Jay” Chaudhary, ’09 Alison M. Chestovich, ’01 Davina L. Childs, ’93 Joshua L. Christie, ’06

Robert M. Christie, ’10 Abigail A. Clapp, ’99 Christina L. Clark, ’08 David R. Clark, ’10 David W. Clark, ’05 Rachael N. Clark, ’05 Rachel E. Clark, ’07 Nicole M. Clarke, ’06 Catherine A. Clements, ’09 Chris Clements Brian P. Clifford, ’06 Christal J. Coakley, ’08 Edward J. Cockerill, ’01 Hamish S. Cohen, ’01 Shannon M. Cohen, ’02 James A. Coles Clyde D. Compton, ’65 Daniel O. Conkle Kerry C. Connor, ’88 Catherine A. Conway, ’78 Timothy M. Conway, ’85 Jessie Cook, ’79 Michele E. Cooley, ’03 James L. Cooper, ’91 Jason P. Cooper, ’92 John T. Cooper, ’92 David E. Corbitt, ’97 Thomas C. Cornwell, ’72 Hon. Maria L. Corona, ’81 Amanda C. Couture, ’04 Greta (Gerberding) Cowart, ’85 Reid A. Cox, ’00 Lynn H. Coyne, ’72 Darren A. Craig, ’04 Patrick S. Cross, ’93 Gillian S. Crowl, ’10 Patricia D. Cummings, ’02 Hon. Elizabeth Cure James W. Curtis, Jr., ’71 Warren W. Cutshall, ’05 Laura Daghe Jackie Dakich, ’93 Patricia A. Daly, ’77 Jeffrey S. Davidson, ’73 Gary L. Davis, ’82 Amy E. Dawson, ’92 Carina M. de la Torre, ’04 Erica L. De Santis, ’96 Paul A. Dean, ’98 Shane D. Deaton, ’04 Alecia A. DeCoudreaux, ’78

Daniel J. Deeb, ’96 Thomas E. Deer, ’94 Maria G. DeFord, ’03 Donald D. De Grasse, ’79 Ann M. DeLaney, ’77 Kathleen A. DeLaney, ’95 Steven H. Denman, ’74 Anne (Nading) DePrez, ’81 Chris M. Devlin, ’10 John C. De Voe, ’90 Daniel K. DeWitt, ’94 Hon. Mary Ellen Diekhoff, ’86 Mary T. Doheny, ’80 Paul F. Donahue, ’76 Donald P. Dorfman, ’57 Robert E. Downey, ’06 James P. Doyle, Jr., ’94 Robert A. Dubault, ’95 Catharine Du Bois Shakeba DuBose, ’04 Lisa M. Dunkin, ’09 Todd C. Dvorak, ’10 Peter H. Dykstra, ’97 Ross D. Eberly, ’09 William B. Edge, ’98 Jessica A. Edgerton, ’04 Susan T. Edlavitch, ’76 William H. Eichhorn, ’61 Amanda R. Elizondo, ’11 Jill A. Ellis, ’03 D.G. Elmore, Jr., ’84 Gordon K. Emery, ’61 Margaret (Tandy) Emmert, ’01 Tyler B. Engar, ’06 Michael D. Engber, ’67 J. Scott Enright, ’90 Matthew R. Entsminger, ’07 Sidney D. Eskenazi, ’53 Dean A. Etsios, ’90 David C. Evans, ’71 Jonathan L. Faber Ken Falk P. Stephen Fardy, ’94 Linda M. Fariss, ’88 Troy D. Farmer, ’97 Thomas E. Farrell, ’86 Penelope S. Farthing, ’70 Raymond D. Faust, ’09 Hon. Paul A. Felix, ’95 Thomas J. Felts, ’79 Stephen E. Fenn, ’06 John T. Ferguson, Jr., ’93 David L. Ferguson, ’81 Corinne R. Finnerty, ’81 Mindy A. Finnigan, ’02 John P. Fischer, ’97 Robert L. Fischman Larry R. Fisher, ’68 Thomas M. Fisher, ’94 Emily L. Fitzgerald, ’01 James F. Fitzpatrick, ’59

Scott N. Flanders, ’82 Michael E. Flannery, ’83 Hector L. Flores, ’83 Marisa J. Ford, ’85 Steven D. Forry, ’02 Kristen H. Fowler, ’07 Ronald K. Fowler, ’61 Jarrod B. Franklin, ’08 Dorothy J. Frapwell, ’73 Brett M. Freeman, ’10 Michael H. Freese, ’83 Christian M. Freitag, ’97 Eric A. Frey, ’67 Thomas M. Frohman, ’83 Randy Frykberg Matthew T. Furton, ’95 Stephanie E. Gabay-Smith, ’87 Deborah R. Gaber, ’75 Jessica Gahl, ’08 Nicholas K. Gahl, ’08 Nicole A. Gaines, ’96 Rose E. Gallagher, ’99 Kenneth A. Gandy Robert A. Garelick, ’66 Samuel E. Gasowski, ’01 Jennifer E. Gauger, ’02 Joseph D. Gaunt, ’01 Philip C. Genetos, ’77 Gerald F. George, ’69 Rebecca W. Geyer, ’98 Bonnie K. Gibson, ’78 Caroline K. Gilchrist, ’82 Laura Ginger Donald Gjerdingen Kendra Gowdy Gjerdingen M. Kristin Glazner, ’02 Rodney D. Glover, ’05 Amy L. Gober, ’80 Heidi G. Goebel, ’97 Megan R. Gold, ’10 Tamar P. Gontovnik, ’08 Marce Gonzalez, Jr., ’82 Rainier Gonzalez, ’98 Steven E. Goode, ’93 Eric I. Goodman, ’08 Gabrielle Goodwin Rochelle Gordon Daniel J. Goshorn, ’08 Mark B. Gramelspacher, ’90 Donald I. Grande, ’66 E. Lynn Grayson, ’86 Carl A. Greci, ’93 Beth K. Greene, ’82 David E. Greene, ’74 Katherine M. Grgic, ’09 Liane C. Groth-Hulka, ’05 Alex E. Gude, ’09 Ryan J. Guillory, ’08 Philippa M. Guthrie, ’91 Matthew R. Gutwein, ’88 Philip J. Gutwein II, ’01 Bruce C. Haas, ’83

Christine N. Habeeb, ’08 Marvin L. Hackman, ’59 Stephen J. Hackman, ’84 Mark A. Hagedorn, ’98 Joshua D. Hague, ’98 Ricardo A. Hall, ’95 Angela Hall Kevin A. Halloran, ’92 Hon. David F. Hamilton John M. Hamilton, ’86 Lee H. Hamilton, ’56 Thomas M. Hamilton, Jr., ’69 Jeffrey A. Hammond, ’99 Hon. Lance D. Hamner, ’87 Cynthia A. Hamstra, ’87 Jeanette Hanna-Ruiz, ’04 Scott R. Hansen, ’92 Marilyn E. Hanzal, ’86 Hon. Teresa Harper Harold A. Harrell, ’61 Cedric W. Harris, ’93 David E. Harris, ’97 Levi S. Harris, ’06 Wayne A. Harris, ’90 Justin J. Harrison, ’05 Herbert D. Hart III, ’77 Holly M. Harvey, ’97 Lakshmi D. Hasanadka, ’03 Guy H. Haskell, ’07 Nina R. Hatfield, ’73 Hon. Valerie Haughton Augustavia (Johnson) Haydel, ’85 Mark T. Hayden, ’86 Anne E. Hayes, ’04 Charles C. Hayes, ’03 Akia Haynes Norman J. Hedges, ’98 Julia Heitz Hon. Carl A. Heldt III, ’69 Richard K. Helm, ’73 Donald G. Henderson, ’71 Jennifer M. Hesch, ’08 Frances G. Hill, ’80 Michael J. Hinchion, ’80 Diamond Hirschauer Hon. E. Michael Hoff, Jr., ’75 Leroy W. Hofmann, ’58 Paul R. Hogan, ’09 Jarrod D. Holtsclaw, ’98 Darrick J. Hooker, ’00 Renea E. Hooper, ’05 Michael A. Huerta, ’83 Michael J. Hulka, ’01 Andrew W. Hull, ’86 Michael E. Hunt, ’69 Monique R. Hunt McWilliams, ’92 Nancy Hunt V. William Hunt, ’69 John R. Hursh, ’09 David E. Hutchinson, ’09 Douglas W. Hyman, ’95

Jeffrey B. Hyman, ’03 Michala P. Irons, ’09 R. Neil Irwin, ’71 Betsy Isenberg Steven L. Jackson, ’77 Karoline E. Jackson, ’98 Mitchell C. Jackson, ’10 David H. Jacobs Jesse J. James, ’11 John F. “Jeff” Richardson, ’77 Robert A. Jefferies, Jr., ’66 David E. Jefferies, ’98 Jessica Itzie Jenkins, ’09 Manotti L. Jenkins, ’96 Sarah C. Jenkins, ’06 Joyce A. Jewell, ’10 Corey A. Johanningmeier, ’07 Ian G. John, ’95 David C. Johnson, ’09 Kelly A. Johnson, ’90 Stephen J. Johnson, ’73 R. William Jonas, Jr., ’81 Julia A. Jones, ’99 Robert D. Jones, ’68 Zach Jones Gregory J. Jordan, ’84 Hon. James A. Joven, ’92 Elizabeth A. Justice, ’83 John H. Kahle, ’83 Randall J. Kaltenmark, ’96 Hon. Michael S. Kanne, ’68 Robert P. Kassing, ’64 James L. Katz, ’98 Brett P. Kaufman, ’09 Susan W. Keener, ’84 Ryan W. Keevan, ’03 Jeffrey A. Kehr, ’97 Matthew D. Kellam, ’01 Hon. Marc Kellams, ’78 Barbara J. Kelley, ’73 Matthew J. Kelley, ’08 Melina (Maniatis) Kennedy, ’95 Jason L. Kennedy, ’96 Allison Kerndt Mark E. Kiefer, ’86 Ben Kim Hee-Kyoon Kim, ’05 Kwang-Rok Kim, ’99 John F. Kimberling, ’50 Reilly M. Kimmerling, ’07 Cynthia A. King, ’91 Hon. Angela M. King, ’96 Spencer H. King, ’06 Maxwell Kinman, ’10 Benedict J. Kirchner, ’06 Clark P. Kirkman, ’09 Daniel M. Kirwan, ’74 James A. Klimek, ’92 Kenneth R. Kline, ’01 Trenten D. Klingerman, ’01 Gregory C. Knapp, ’81 Gregory S. Knapp, ’08

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volunteered their time in support of Indiana Law’s initiatives.

David J. Mallon, Jr., ’75 Andrew C. Mallor, ’74 Sean T. Maloney, ’86 Marc F. Malooley, ’01 Hon. Elizabeth (Noyes) Mann, ’76 Alphonso Manns, ’72 Adarsh V. Mantravadi, ’06 William P. Marshall Hugo E. Martz, ’62 Derrick A. Mason, ’05 Aaron O. Matthews, ’01 Catherine L. Matthews, ’06 Emily D. Matthews, ’01 Janie K. Maurer Michael S. Maurer, ’67 Joel T. May, ’00 Bradley Mayhew Jordan D. Mazur, ’07 Michael McBride Peter C. McCabe III, ’85 Aravon Bleuel McCalla Larry McClatchey Alison McCormick Jeremy P. McCrary, ’08 Thomas R. McCully, ’66 Renee (Mawhinney) McDermott, ’78 Tom McDonald Eugene J. McGarvey, Jr., ’61 Thomas McGlasson Patrick J. McGowan, ’04 Laurence A. McHugh, ’73 Meredith McIntyre Holiday McKiernan Barbara E. McKinney, ’84 Lisa C. McKinney, ’92 R. Bruce McLean, ’71 William F. McNagny, ’47 Thomas P. McNulty, ’83 Jonathan McPike, ’11 Daniel A. Medrea, ’69 Hannah L. Meils, ’03 Robert S. Meitus, ’00 Diana L. Mercer, ’88 Jessica P. Meredith, ’11 Jessica L. Merkel, ’06 Crystal M. Merlau, ’03 Andi Metzel Anna T. Meyer, ’06 Charles J. Meyer, ’95 Edward L. Michael, ’81 Suzanne Michel Clayton C. Miller, ’93 Elizabeth Miller Jonathan S. Miller, ’01 Julie D. Miller, ’08 Robert T. Miller, ’80 Sonia L. Miller-Van Oort, ’97 Lloyd H. Milliken, Jr., ’60 Matthew B. Millis, ’06 David C. Milne, ’94 Katherine A. Miltner, ’05

Tammy Minger, ’88 Joshua J. Minkler, ’88 NaShara C. Mitchell, ’10 Jason T. Mizzell, ’11 Kathleen A. Moccio, ’87 Vincent J. Moccio, ’87 Derek R. Molter, ’07 Katie K. Molter, ’07 Martin Montes, ’95 Burke J. Montgomery, ’99 Raeanna S. Moore, ’97 Ronald J. Moore, ’95 Mariah E. Moran, ’00 Robert D. Moreland, ’88 Melissa M. Mortimer, ’05 Jim Moshe Jerry Moss, ’62 Angela R. Moudy, ’09 Megan A. Mullett, ’11 Edward B. Ned Mulligan, ’10 Kellen T. Myers, ’09 Jennifer M. Nagourney, ’08 Hon. Edward W. Najam, Jr. Angela K. Neboyskey, ’00 David A. Neboyskey, ’00 Andrea (Isaacs) Need, ’93 Mark E. Need, ’92 Peter S. Nemeth, ’01 Thomas R. Newby, ’87 Scott A. Newman, ’05 Sarah Nicholson Jeremy M. Noel, ’08 James A. Nolan, Jr., ’86 Henry S. Noyes, ’94 Kenneth L. Nunn, ’67 Anna K. Obergfell, ’09 Peter L. Obremskey, ’61 Rory O’Bryan, ’72 Christiana Ochoa Edward F. O’Connor, ’69 Joseph D. O’Connor, ’78 Marc E. Odier, ’86 M. Dave O’Guinn Manuel R. Ojeda II, ’80 Amy H. Oliver, ’92 James R. Oliver, ’92 Danielle R. Olivotto, ’08 Alexander C. O’Neill, ’03 Dominique K. O’Neill, ’02 Shiv O’Neill, ’01 Brandy A. Osimokun, ’03 Sherry Oswalt-Smith, ’01 Andrew D. Otis, ’90 Carl D. Overman, ’52 William E. Padgett, ’95 F. Anthony Paganelli, ’95 Daniel G. Pappas, ’86 Roger L. Pardieck, ’63 Thomas B. Parent, ’86 Angela (Foster) Parker, ’94 Justin C. Parker, ’10 Kenneth L. Parker, ’97 Aster A. Patel, ’10

Rahul Monish Patel, ’00 George T. Patton, Jr., ’87 Bernard O. Paul, ’86 Stephen H. Paul, ’72 Steven M. Pecar, ’86 Robert J. Penney, ’01 Nora E. Peoples, ’82 Louis Perry Andrea N. Person, ’10 Charles M. Persons, Jr., ’07 Jeffrey P. Petrich, ’84 Michael John Petro, ’88 Mark J. Phillipoff, ’80 Suzanne J. Phillips, ’98 Jeanne M. Picht, ’94 Noah B. Pinegar, ’10 Kirk A. Pinkerton, ’75 Kristin M. Pinkston, ’08 Casey J. Plant, ’10 John L. Pogue, ’69 Adrian Polit Joseph J. Pophal, ’92 James M. Portelli, ’93 Lisa A. Powell, ’84 Jonathan K. Powers, ’11 Jill T. Powlick, ’95 R. Anthony Prather, ’83 Elissa J. Preheim, ’96 Leslie B. Prill, ’11 Noah M. Priluck, ’11 Jamison S. Prime, ’96 Seth Pruden, ’84 Johnny D. Pryor, ’02 Kathryn K. Przywara, ’82 Phil Purcell, ’85 Hon. Rudolph R. Pyle III, ’00 Tracey Quick Smith, ’86 Peter James Raack, ’91 Amanda N. Raad, ’05 Peter M. Racher, ’86 David A. Rammelt, ’90 William A. Ramsey, ’06 Christopher J. Randall, ’86 Angela L. Rapp Weber, ’06 Patrick W. Rasche, ’93 Angie Raymond Kara L. Reagan, ’05 Michael N. Red, ’04 James L. Reed, Jr., ’92 Jason R. Reese, ’97 Morgan E. Rehrig, ’08 Deanna Reichel Peter C. Reinstein, ’74 Kellen G. Ressmeyer, ’07 Rodney S. Retzner Katrina Reynolds, ’96 R. Christopher Reynolds, ’96 Stephen E. Reynolds, ’08 Richard S. Rhodes, ’53 John W. Richards, ’92 Kimberly Richardson, ’06 James G. Richmond, ’69 Clarine Nardi Riddle, ’74

Jeffrey K. Riffer, ’78 Timothy J. Riffle, ’83 Randall R. Riggs, ’77 William R. Riggs, ’63 Jonathan E. Rinehart, ’10 Sarah S. Riordan, ’93 April Joy Risk, ’02 Michael E. Riskin, ’09 Laurie N. Robinson, ’98 Ryan M. Rodgers, ’01 William D. Roessler, ’73 Laura E. Rogers, ’09 Michael A. Rogers, ’08 Susan (Eads) Role, ’87 Hon. Flerida P. Romero, ’55 Stanley H. Rorick, ’87 Anthony Rose, ’90 David A. Rose, ’70 Gavin M. Rose, ’06 Joel Rosenbloom, ’54 Robert Roth, ’77 Daniel R. Roy, ’99 Steven J. Rubick, ’94 Lucas M. Rudisill, ’08 MaryAnn Ruegger, ’91 Munjot Sahu, ’09 Marisol Sanchez, ’02 Rafael A. Sanchez, ’02 Alicia C. Sanders, ’10 Elizabeth R. Sanders, ’09 Steve Sanders Matthias L. Sayer, ’09 John B. Scales, ’61 Christopher G. Scanlon, ’80 David T. Schaefer, ’86 Dennis S. Schell, ’01 William J. Schenck, ’94 John E. Schiller James K. Schleiffarth, ’07 Ashley K. Schneider, ’11 Thomas F. Schnellenberger, Jr., ’79 Caitlin S. Schroeder, ’11 Frederick W. Schultz, ’96 Matthew T. Schulz, ’10 Jennifer L. Schuster, ’08 Nichole M. Schuster- Hawkins, ’01 Katherine Schwartz, ’10 Glenn Scolnik, ’78 John T. Scott, ’61 Ryan Scott Zaldwaynaka L. Scott, ’83 Julie R. Sculli, ’02 Frank Seales, Jr., ’74 Christopher S. Sears, ’94 John E. Seddelmeyer, ’74 John M. Segal, ’71 Randolph L. Seger, ’72 Taylor C. Segue, ’83 Andrea Sellers Hon. Bruce M. Selya Todd M. Sermersheim, ’04

Steven J. Sersic, ’94 Sue A. Shadley, ’77 Peter J. Shakula II, ’89 James D. Shanahan, ’08 Jennifer L. Shea, ’03 Todd S. Shellenbarger, ’90 Hon. Randall T. Shepard Adam C. Shields, ’06 Hon. V. Sue Shields, ’61 Marguerite Shreve Thomas L. Shriner, Jr., ’72 Robert J. Shula, ’61 Michael D. Shumate Darin A. Siders, ’01 Catherine D. Siebecker, ’11 Matthew Silverman, ’03 Jacqueline A. Simmons, ’79 Hon. Philip P. Simon, ’87 Alexander Simpson, ’11 Matthew F. Singer, ’04 Earl Singleton, ’86 Sarah M. Singleton, ’74 George Sistevaris, ’87 Allan T. Slagel, ’88 Geoffrey G. Slaughter, ’89 Candi N. Smiley, ’04 Geoffrey D. Smith, ’06 George P. Smith, II, ’64 Joseph L. Smith, Jr., ’95 Steven P. Smith, ’00 Paul L. Smith, ’69 John D. Snethen, ’01 Maggie Snyder Marc D. Sokol, ’01 Hugo C. Songer, ’60 Justin O. Sorrell, ’12 William J. Spalding, ’03 Mary E. Spears, ’07 Myra (Podvoll) Spicker, ’73 Aaron Spolarich Emily A. Springston, ’01 Robert W. Springston, ’02 Kathleen (O’Connor) St. Louis, ’84 Matthew R. St. Louis, ’04 Richard E. Stahl, ’71 Theodore C. Stamatakos, ’90 Sydney L. Steele, ’64 Amber L. Stefankiewicz, ’06 Christine M. Stegehuis, ’86 David A. Steiger, ’90 David R. Steiner, ’89 Karl S. Steinmanis, ’73 Amy M. Steketee, ’04 Roger T. Stelle, ’70 Judi Stewart Milton R. Stewart, ’71 Megan H. Stifel, ’04 Tom W. Stonecipher, ’74 James P. Strenski, ’94 Daniel B. Strunk, ’04 John F. Sturm, ’72

Hon. Frank E. Sullivan, Jr., ’82 Erica S. Sullivan, ’10 Andrew L. Sullivant, ’09 Ernest Summers III, ’80 Janis L. Summers, ’78 Andrew W. Swain, ’88 Chad J. Sweeney, ’99 Kathleen M. Sweeney, ’84 Andrew A. Szakaly, Jr., ’75 Hon. Viola J. Taliaferro, ’77 Andrew J. Tan, ’11 J. Alexander Tanford Adam Tavitas, ’94 Christian C. Taylor, ’94 Kevin N. Tharp, ’00 David J. Theising, ’80 Hon. Ellen K. Thomas, ’73 Melinda Thompson, ’01 Milton O. Thompson, ’79 TaKeena M. Thompson, ’09 Charles R. Tiede, ’56 Hon. John D. Tinder, ’75 David O. Tittle, ’67 Courtney R. Tobin, ’92 Eric A. Todd, ’93 Kenneth G. Todd, ’70 Frank E. Tolbert, ’55 Gregory C. Touney, ’11 Daniel J. Tounsel, ’06 Stephen M. Trattner, ’70 Andrea R. Trevino, ’03 Christopher L. Tucker, ’11 Kenneth L. Turchi, ’83 Angela Turner Mary E. Tuuk, ’90 Michael E. Uslan, ’76 Hon. Nancy Vaidik Jose G. Valtierra, ’82 Inge M. Van der Cruysse, ’04 John W. Van Laere, ’82 Jessica L. Van Dalen, ’10 James L. Vana, ’93 James M. Van Buren, ’01 Donald VanDerMoere Lawrence A. Vanore, ’86 Hon. Salvador Vasquez, ’91 Hon. Albert J. Velasquez, ’73 Andrew N. Vento, ’00 Rachel A. Vilensky, ’09 Hon. Jesse M. Villalpando, ’84 Daniel B. Vinovich, ’90 Peter D.P. Vint, ’74 Lauren C. Violi, ’12 Donald J. Vogel, ’85 Ted A. Waggoner, ’78 Steve Wagner, ’94 Laura M. Walda, ’09 Carolyn Waldron Joseph B. Walterman, ’03 Judith A. Waltz, ’81 Henry Wang W. William Weeks, ’79

William E. Weikert, ’70 Zeff A. Weiss, ’83 Zoe U. Weiss, ’83 Charlotte F. Westerhaus, ’92 David D. White, ’09 James L. Whitlatch, ’84 Lora M. Whitticker, ’02 Matthew E. Wilkins, ’83 Andrew J. Williams, ’11 Barbara J. Williams Brian P. Williams, ’81 Brian S. Williams, ’89 Maryann (O’Leary) Williams, ’88 Maurice L. Williams, ’06 Jeremiah I. Williamson, ’10 J. Stephen Wills, ’06 Julie P. Wilson, ’99 Darcie L. (Fawcett) Winkle, ’04 Robert M. Winteringham, ’94 Gordon D. Wishard, ’69 Alan C. Witte, ’70 Richard C. Witte, ’56 Mark S. Wojciechowski, ’81 Jennifer M. Wolsing, ’07 Brad E. Wolven, ’98 Hon. Diane P. Wood Jamhal L. Woolridge, ’04 Nancy S. Woodworth, ’05 John R. Worth, ’04 Susan L. Worth, ’01 Mark E. Wright, ’89 Robert S. Wynne, ’85 George L. Xander III, ’80 C. Daniel Yates, ’73 Jonathan F. Yates, ’01 Ryan J. Yates, ’10 Joseph H. Yeager, Jr., ’83 Brian Yeley, ’99 Pete R. Yonkman, ’98 Hongsun Yoon, ’02 Hon. Richard L. Young Richard W. Young, ’81 Daniel A. Zeft, ’93 Gerald B. Zelenock, ’98 Patrick A. Ziepolt, ’10 Hon. Patrick J. Zika, ’73 Ira B. Zinman, ’70 Jennifer E. Zissou, ’10 Christine L. Zook, ’10 Jeffrey J. Zuber, ’99 5 { finis } { 55 } www.law.indiana.edu

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Nancy (Vozar) Knapp, ’83 Donald E. Knebel Gearold L. Knowles, ’73 Laura J. Koenig, ’07 Stephen M. Koers, ’92 G. Vincent Kovatch, ’09 James S. Kowalik, ’78 Beth R. Kramer, ’90 Jonathan D. Kramer, ’00 Joann J. Krantz, ’78 Jeremy M. Kridel, ’10 Erika L. Kroeger, ’09 Andrew D. Kruse, ’98 Abigail L. Kuzma, ’81 John M. Kyle III, ’79 Shellie D. Kyle, ’97 Scott M. Kyrouac, ’85 Seth Lahn Jennifer R. Lamkin, ’01 Dorothea K. Langsam, ’01 Jon Laramore Mary (Nold) Larimore, ’80 Tracy T. Larsen, ’84 Robert D. Lattas, ’01 V. Samuel Laurin III, ’87 Lisa (Arent) Lawless, ’92 James T. Lawley, ’07 David J. Lazerwitz, ’95 Gara U. Lee, ’00 Kathleen L. Lee, ’09 Stephen W. Lee, ’77 Alex B. Leeman, ’09 Debbie Lemon Millard D. Lesch, ’67 Stanley Levco, ’71 Alan A. Levin, ’82 Elliott D. Levin, ’66 Branch R. Lew, ’82 Troy D. Liggett, ’09 Raymond A. Limon, ’95 Jeff Lind Lance M. Lindeen, ’11 Kyle R. Lindskog, ’08 Laura A. Linneball, ’91 Jonathan Little Matthew W. Lloyd, ’03 Thomas M. Lofton, ’54 Brian D. Lohnes, ’11 Robert A. Long, ’71 Arthur A. Lopez, ’83 Hon. Basil H. Lorch III, ’74 Alan R. Loudermilk, ’85 Angelo J. Loumbas, ’93 James S. Lowry, ’08 Kristen Lueck Daniel J. Lueders, ’86 Mary M. Lueders, ’86 Thomas C. Lunsford, ’02 Dallin D. Lykins, ’10 Susan C. Lynch, ’93 Duncan A. MacDonald, ’69 Larry A. Mackey, ’76 David M. Main, ’75

THE KIMBERLING SOCIETY Membership in The Kimberling Society is open to all who make or have made a planned or deferred gift commitment to the Law School. This is accomplished by naming the IU Maurer School of Law as a beneficiary through a bequest in a will, charitable remainder uni-trust or annuity trust, pooled income fund, charitable gift annuity, life insurance, retirement plan, or other life-income arrangements. Members in The Kimberling Society are automatically included in the IU Foundation’s planned giving society, the Arbutus Society.

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We are pleased to recognize and thank the members of The Kimberling Society:

Anonymous (5) John J. Adams Terrill D. and Judith A. Albright* Alfred Aman, Jr. and Carol Greenhouse John S. and Amy G. Applegate Lowell E. Baier Gerrit H.* and Margaret Baker J. Adam Bain M. Scott and Diane L. Bassett Frederick A. Beckman Samuel R. (“Chic”) Born II and Brenda Born F. Wesley Bowers Mary B. (Kleiser) Brody William J. Brody Charles and Jean Bruess Andrew B. and Susan N. Buroker James and Angela Carr Willard and Margaret Carr Gregory A. and Jane E. Castanias Fred H. and Beth Cate Charles and Karen Cohen Catherine A. Conway Greta E. (Gerberding) Cowart

Marvin S. and Harriet L. Crell Richard J. Darko Kenneth G. Dau-Schmidt and Elizabeth R. Birch Richard and Mary Davis Alecia A. DeCoudreaux Ann and Edward DeLaney Francina A. Dlouhy Clarence and Judith Doninger Donald P. Dorfman D.G. Elmore, Jr. Mrs. Gordon S. Eslick Douglas S. Abney and Sherry A. Fabina-Abney Scott N. and Linda A. Flanders Eugene D.* and Jane M. Fletchall Dorothy J. Frapwell Hon. Ezra H. Friedlander Leonard Fromm and Donna Wilber Robert and Susan Garelick Philip and Dorothea Genetos Frank and Donna R. Gilkison Harry and Lucy Gonso David Greene and Barbara Bealer Elwood “Bud” and Carol L. Hillis

John W.* and Ruth J. Houghton* Sarah Jane Hughes V. William and Nancy Hunt R. Neil and Michele Irwin Mark Janis The Family of Honorable Paul G. Jasper* Robert L.* and Florence L. Redding Jessup Mary Ann and Gregory J. Jordan Harvey M. Kagan Arthur P.* and Sue A. Kalleres Robert and Troy Kassing Barton and Helene Kaufman James L.* and Jane C. Kealing James and Diana Kemper John F. (Jack) Kimberling Robert and E. Carol Kixmiller John Kyle and Marcia Dunne-Kyle Mary N. Larimore Robert D. and Angelica Lattas Edward L.* and Cathleen Lay Douglas and Minda Lehman Millard D. Lesch Mike and Miki Lewinski

Larry and Sherry Linhart Fred J. Logan, Jr. Robert and Susan Long Arthur M. and Doris I. Lotz Susan L. Macey Larry A. Mackey Hon. Elizabeth F. Mann Michael S. and Janie Maurer R. Bruce McLean Thomas R. McCully Renee and Jim McDermott Thomas M. and Susan McGlasson Robert H. McKinney Clayton C. Miller Jeanne S. Miller Jerry and Anne Moss P. Michael Mitchell Byron and Margaret Myers Edward W. Najam, Sr.* and Agnes Parker Najam* Edward W. Najam, Jr. David and Angela Karras Neboyskey Rory and Pamela O’Bryan Peter L. and Sandra S. Obremskey Joseph D. O’Connor Stephen and Deborah Paul James J. Pellerite James and Helen Petersen Kirk A. Pinkerton Bruce and Linda Polizotto Jack Rearick* and Jeanette Rearick Dean W. and Christine L. Regenovich Richard and Judith Rhodes John F. (“Jeff”) Richardson Timothy J. Riffle and Sarah M. McConnell Randall R. and Ann M. Riggs

William and Gloria Riggs Lauren K. Robel Joel Rosenbloom Hugh and Debra Sanders Glenn and Donna Scolnik Randolph and Mary Seger James and Rebecca Shanahan Brian J. Shapiro Julian L. Shepard Gene R. Shreve Robert and Gayle Shula Michael D. Shumate George P. Smith II Carolyn and Arthur Spengler Richard and Carol Stahl Milton and Judith Stewart Hon. Frank Sullivan, Jr. and Cheryl Sullivan Milton O. Thompson Hon. John D. Tinder David and Susie Tittle Kenneth L. Turchi Leslie E. Vidra and Jerry L. Ulrich Ted A. and Nancy K. Waggoner W. William and Mary V.L. Weeks Zeff A. and Zoe L. Weiss Brian P. and Barbara J. Williams Gordon D. Wishard Kenneth and Louise Yahne C. Daniel Yates Louis “Buddy” Yosha James P. Zeller Hon. Patrick Zika

* deceased

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In November 2009, the Law School honored John F. (“Jack”) Kimberling, JD ’50, for his generosity and vision by creating The Kimberling Society: a special group of donors who have made arrangements to support the Law School in their estate planning.

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gifts by check Since 2004, graduating classes have participated in fund-raising campaigns to solicit pledges of financial support for the law school. Members of the class of 2012 challenged each other to make gifts and secured pledges totaling $21,491! The class also had an outstanding 25 percent participation rate. These pledges provide vital funding for the programs and extracurricular activities that set Indiana Law apart. Thank you to the members of the class of 2012 for their commitment to the future of our school.

Scott A. Allen Elizabeth (Pollock) Avery Ryan W. Becker Tyler G. Burke Amanda E. Bushemi Brandon M. Copeland Laura C. Dulic Allyson E. Feary Luke Fields Heather Shreve Fleming John S. Fleming Kasie Gorosh Audrey K. Hagedorn

Kelsey B. Hanlon Blake R. Hartz Joe T. Hynes Christopher W. Kimbrough Scott E. Marcum Jay C. McVey Andrew K. Mehdizadeh Katelyn M. Miner Christopher P. Montagano Micah J. Nichols Justin K. Otani Rubin Pusha III Laura S. Rossi

Ozair M. Shariff Sarah C. Thrasher Mario Treto, Jr. Alexandra F. Tropea Renee E. Turner Paul E. Vaglica Fiona C. Wan Nathan B. Wenk Lindsay E. Wertenberger Matt Weyand and Allison Walker Matthew D. Wierwille

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The Class of 2012 campaign committee Front row, (l-r): Amanda E. Bushemi, Kasie Gorosh, Sarah C. Thrasher, Fiona C. Wan Back row, (l-r): Rubin Pusha III, Mario Treto, Jr., Heather Shreve Fleming, Paul E. Vaglica, Luke Fields, Scott A. Allen

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department, was named a fellow in the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers. The college is a prestigious national organization whose membership is limited to

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attorneys who demonstrate the highest professional qualifications and ethical standards. Sikkel has handled labor and employment matters for more than 30 years and is a frequent author, speaker and trainer on labor and employment issues. He has been listed in The Best Lawyers in America for more than 15 years and Michigan Super Lawyers from 2006 to 2012.

Ancel named legendary lawyer by peers

+ Myra Spicker, JD’74, moved to Orange County, Cal. in 2005 when she retired from the U.S. Department of the Interior’s

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Office of the Solicitor, Sacramento office. In 2006, she

Steven H. Ancel, JD’60, was selected to receive the 2012

married Stan Woll, a psychology professor at Cal State

Legendary Lawyer Award by a panel of his peers.

Fullerton. Spyker was named to the 2011-2012 Orange

Ancel, who retired five years ago from Taft, Stettinius and

County Grand Jury in June 2011, which meets every day

Hollister, was an accomplished commercial lawyer who

for one year. “Tom Schornhorst warned me not to be a

practiced business law in Indianapolis for half a century.

ham sandwich, and I have taken his advice,” she writes.

He specialized in representing distressed businesses in

“It has been incredibly interesting working with both

bankruptcy reorganizations and other financial workouts

civil and criminal cases, and an honor to serve my adopted

as senior partner at Ancel, Freidlander, Miroff and Ancel;

community.”

Ancel and Dunlap; and finally as of counsel at Sommer and

+

Barnard, now Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP. + Daniel Byron, JD’62, a partner at Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP, visited Mongolia in September to help improve the rights of free speech and free press. He spent most of the month in and around the capital city, Ulaanbaatar, assisting and educating defense attorneys, prosecutors, judges, journalists and other advocates about media law.

listened to the daily weather forecast for that country on

Indianapolis judge receives distinguished alumni award

AFKN radio. Adding to his memory of the country report-

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ing extremely cold temperatures, Byron now has first-hand

Hon. Albert Velasquez, JD’73, an administrative law judge

stories of the weather, the people and the legal system.

in the Indianapolis Office of Disability Adjudication and

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Review and one of the first Hispanic graduates of the Indi-

In a recently released 2012 edition of Chambers USA,

ana University Maurer School of Law, is the 2012 recipi-

James A. Strain, JD’69, Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP,

ent of the IU Latino Alumni Association’s Distinguished

Indianapolis, was named a “Top Ranked” attorney and

Alumni Award. The award recognizes outstanding profes-

a “Leader in their Field” in Corporate/M&A.

sional achievements and community service of Latino

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mid-1960s, Byron became curious about Mongolia as he

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alumni of IU. + Jeffrey L. Gage, JD’77, has been selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® 2013. Gage practices in Phoenix.

In November 2011, Robert W. Sikkel, JD’74, a partner in Barnes & Thornburg’s Grand Rapids, Mich., office and co-chair of the office’s labor and employment law

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Stationed as an Army captain in South Korea during the

is a principal at IYP Solutions, a government-consulting

as chief of police after 30 years with the Munster (Ind.)

past and contains more than 30 interviews. Turchi is

firm based in Indianapolis. He has more than 20 years of

Police Department.

assistant dean of communications and marketing at the

governor’s office. Mumford is a partner at Ice Miller in Indianapolis. +

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Erick D. Ponader, JD’85, of Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP, Indianapolis, was named a “Leader in their Field” in

Indianapolis office of the law firm Kightlinger & Gray.

The Division of Business at Indiana University/Purdue

Leading Lawyers for Business guide.

Practicing law for over 30 years, he focuses on corporate

University Columbus presented its 2011 Community

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and business litigation, insurance coverage and bad faith,

Partner Award to Cummins during a May reception

Two IU Maurer School of Law alumni who work for the law

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and professional liability cases involving accountants,

for MBA graduates. The award was presented to

firm Foster Swift Collins & Smith in Michigan have been

Chief Judge Frank H. Easterbrook of the United States

attorneys, insurance agents and other professionals. He

Mark R. Gerstle, JD’81, the company’s vice president and

included in The Best Lawyers in America 2012. Deanna

Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit has announced

served as a law clerk to a federal judge and has served on

chief administrative officer. IUPUC established its

S. Swisher, JD’85, was listed in the area of commercial

the appointment of James M. Carr, JD’75, to a 14-year term

the firm’s management committee for nearly 20 years.

Community Partner Award to honor organizations and

litigation and Thomas R. TerMaat, JD’94, was listed in the

as United States Bankruptcy Judge for the United States

Brown has been recognized by his peers with numerous

individuals who have been exceptionally engaged with

area of insurance law. Swisher, who is a shareholder in

District Court for the Southern District of Indiana. He will

legal awards, including Diplomat of the Indiana Defense

the MBA program, its students and the university.

Foster Swift’s Lansing, Mich., office, focuses primarily on

take office on January 1, 2013. Mr. Carr earned his bach-

Trial Counsel in 2009, inclusion in Indiana Super Lawyers

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the areas of commercial litigation, employment litigation,

elor’s degree from Indiana University. He graduated magna

from 2004 to 2011, and inclusion in the 2009–2012 editions

Kurt D. Nondorf, JD’83, was selected for inclusion in

alternative dispute resolution, as well as collections and

cum laude from the Maurer School of Law and was elected

of Best Lawyers in America in the area of malpractice law.

the 2012 edition of Chambers USA: America’s Leading

creditor rights matters. She is a member of the commercial

to Order of the Coif. He started working at Baker & Daniels

He lives in Indianapolis.

Lawyers for Business guide. He is a partner in Jackson

litigation practice group and participates in the banking,

after law school and was a partner there as well as at

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Walker in Houston, Tex., where he is highly regarded for

finance and real estate practice group as well as serving as

its successor, Faegre Baker Daniels. He specialized in

his work representing real estate developers.

chair of the firm’s diversity committee. TerMaat, who works

bankruptcy, financial restructuring and commercial

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out of Foster Swift’s Grand Rapids, Mich., office, practices

litigation law.

in the areas of commercial litigation, real estate litigation,

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general civil litigation, insurance defense, transportation

Herbert D. Hart III, JD’77, — a shareholder at McAndrews,

and trucking law, and premises liability.

Held & Malloy in Chicago, was honored recently for

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his professional accomplishments and his outstanding

Kurt A. Diefenbach, JD’86, is managing editor of books at

contributions to the American Intellectual Property Law

CCH Inc., a leading provider of customer-focused tax, ac-

Association (AIPLA) at AIPLA’s Annual Meeting in Wash-

counting and audit information, software, and services for

his outstanding service to the AIPLA. He was particularly

Senate confirms Curiel as district judge

recognized for his leadership as Chair of the Post-Grant

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Review Issues Group of the Special Task Force on the

On November 10, 2011, President Barack Obama nominated

Rush second woman ever to serve

America Invents Act Rulemaking. He was also honored for

Gonzalo P. Curiel, JD’79, to serve as a judge on the United

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Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP as a partner in the litigation

serving as one of only six persons appointed to the Expert

States District Court for the Southern District of California.

On September 14, Hon. Loretta (Hogan) Rush, JD’83, was

practice group. Hayden is a distinguished trial attorney

Committee on Regulations for Conducting New PGR/IPR

Curiel received a hearing before the Senate Judiciary

appointed to the Indiana Supreme Court by Governor

who focuses his practice on business disputes, with a

Procedures. Hart serves clients in the pharmaceutical,

Committee on March 28, 2012, and his nomination was

Mitch Daniels, replacing Frank Sullivan, JD’82, who

particular expertise in the areas of product liability and

medical device, petroleum, chemical, agribusiness and

reported to the floor on April 26, 2012, by voice vote. In the

retired. Rush was a judge in Tippecanoe Superior Court

competitive practices/unfair competition. He has been lead

aerospace industries. He is known as a leading authority in

early hours of September 22, 2012, on what was officially

at the time of her appointment. She will be only the

trial counsel in more than 25 jury trials for both plaintiffs

trial practice at the Patent Trial and Appeal Board, specifi-

still the legislative day of September 21, the Senate con-

second woman ever to serve as a justice in Indiana.

and defendants, and has one of the largest jury verdicts in

cally in life science and chemical technologies, and has

firmed Curiel in a voice vote. He received his commission

Geoffrey Slaughter, JD’89, was one of two other finalists

a commercial dispute in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

served as witness on interference law and practice. Hart is

on October 1, 2012.

for the position.

Hayden is recognized in Ohio Super Lawyers, in Best

widely published in the field of intellectual property law

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Lawyers in America (commercial litigation and corporate

and has provided commentary in numerous legal, business

Danuta Bembenista Panich, JD’78, has been elected a

Kenneth L. Turchi, JD’83, is the author of L.S. Ayres &

law) and as one of Cincy magazine’s Leading Lawyers.

and scientific publications.

fellow of the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers.

Company: The Store at the Crossroads of America. Slated

Prior to joining Taft, Hayden was the managing partner of

+

She has been a shareholder since 2007 of Ogletree Deakins,

for publication in December 2012 by the Indiana Historical

another Cincinnati firm, as well as a member of that firm’s

Lester C. Miller, JD’77, and Amy Olson Miller were

a national labor and employment law firm and works out

Society Press, the book traces the history of Indiana’s

management’s committee.

married in April at the Indiana Statehouse. Miller’s sister,

of the firm’s Indianapolis office. Panich lives in Carmel,

iconic retailer from the 1850s until its demise in 2006.

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Terry Miller Mumford, JD’73, officiated. Lester Miller

Ind., with her husband Nick, BA’76, who retired in 2008

The book is filled with photos from the store’s illustrious

ington, D.C. Hart was presented with a Project Award for

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real estate in the 2012 edition of Chambers USA: America’s

Michael E. Brown, JD/MBA’78, is a senior partner in the

Carr appointed U.S. bankruptcy judge

IU Maurer School of Law.

professionals in accounting firms and corporations, in Deerfield, Ill. + Mark T. Hayden, JD’86, has joined the Cincinnati office of

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government service, including time spent in the Indiana

George T. Patton Jr, JD’87, has been named to the Washing-

and represent the Louisville regional office.

Robert H. Lattinville, JD’90, a partner at Stinson Morrison

Jeff Heinzmann, JD’93, has taken a position as senior

ton, D.C., Super Lawyers® list for 2012. Super Lawyers is a

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Hecker LLP in St. Louis, was named in the 2013 edition

consultant and counsel for Critical Skills, Inc. in Carmel,

listing of lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who

Brian K. Gran, JD’88, is a sociologist with a secondary

of The Best Lawyers in America®. He was honored in the

Ind., after spending five years overseeing small business

have attained a high degree of peer recognition and profes-

appointment in the Case Western Reserve University

practice area of sports law. Lattinville’s practice includes

development for the State of Indiana.

sional achievement. Patton is a partner in the litigation

School of Law. He has been awarded a Fulbright

representing professional athletes, sporting goods manu-

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group and a former chair of the appellate law group at the

Scholarship to visit Iceland in spring 2013, where he plans

facturers and sports governing bodies.

Bose McKinney & Evans Washington, D.C., office. He has

to do research and teach in the Reykjavik University

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taught appellate advocacy and procedure at Indiana Law,

School of Law.

Andrew D. Otis, JD’90, is the new chair of the 2,076-

by West Group), authored a chapter in a book on appellate briefs, and published several law review articles on Indiana appellate procedure. His articles have been cited by the

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member international section of the New York State Bar Association. Otis is a partner at Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle in Manhattan. He represents international clients concerned with environmental matters in transac-

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, the Indiana

tions and litigation and before government agencies.

Supreme Court and the Indiana Court of Appeals. Patton

A 13-year member of the state bar, Otis most recently served

has worked on cases before the U.S. Supreme Court, the

as the section’s chair-elect. He co-chairs the international

U.S. Court of Appeals, the Indiana Supreme Court and

environmental law committee, a joint committee of the

DeLaney on Today show and CNN

the Indiana Court of Appeals, resulting in more than 100

international and environmental law sections.

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published opinions. Prior to joining the firm, he served

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Kathleen A. DeLaney, JD’95, of DeLaney and DeLaney

as a judicial law clerk to now retired Indiana Chief Justice

LLC in Indianapolis, recently filed a federal employment

Randall T. Shepard.

discrimination case which has garnered attention in the

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national news media. Kathleen and her client, Emily Herx, appeared live from New York on the Today program

Haney to chair real estate group

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reported on NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams the

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same evening. DeLaney is a member of Indiana Law’s

Tammy K. Haney, JD’90, has joined Keller Macaluso LLC,

Alumni Board.

Carmel, Ind., as chair of its real estate group. Haney

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transactions, focusing on commercial and residential

Vinovich elected Bar Association president

development, acquisitions and dispositions, and leasing

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for both public and private sector clients. She has experi-

Daniel B. Vinovich, JD’90, a partner at Hilbrich Cunning-

Nathan D. Alder, JD/MPA’95, is the president of the

concentrates her practice in the area of real estate

Henegar to direct Indiana ACLU

and CNN on April 26, 2012. Her client’s case was also

Leslie Ann Warren, JD’94, is associate director in the American Bar Association’s Division for Public Education.

ence with municipalities, school corporations, and public

ham Schwerd Dobosz & Vinovich in Highland, Ind., has

Western States Bar Conference. Alder was also recently

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utilities related primarily to real estate acquisitions,

been elected president of the Indiana State Bar Association.

appointed by Utah Governor Gary R. Herbert to Utah’s

Jane A. Henegar, JD’88, is the new executive director of

dispositions, development, rights-of-way, eminent domain

In his new role, he will lead a new multi-year initiative

Judicial Performance Evaluation Commission. Last year,

the American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana. Henegar

and recreational trails. She also has been an instructor

focusing on member benefits, governance and diversity

he was appointed by ABA President Bill Robinson to the

succeeds Gilbert Holmes, who retired March 31. Henegar

at Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis

that will span his one-year term as president along with

ABA’s Standing Committee on Professionalism. Named one

was Indianapolis’ deputy mayor from 2000 to 2006 under

and provides educational instruction to legal- and real

those of James Dimos and Jeff Hawkins.

of the Top 25 lawyers in Salt Lake City by Super Lawyers

then-Mayor Bart Peterson and served as state director

estate-focused organizations.

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(2012), Alder was honored as one of the state’s top mediators

for former Sen. Evan Bayh. She also has held posts in the

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David A. Starkweather, JD’92, a partner at the law firm Stu-

by Utah Business magazine. He is a litigator and trial

state Department of Administration and the Family

Jennifer King Burk, JD’90, is president and CEO of Junior

art & Branigin in Lafayette, Ind., recently earned a master

lawyer with Christensen and Jensen, and focuses on busi-

and Social Services Administration. After leaving city

Achievement of Central Indiana. After completing her law

of laws degree in taxation from New York University.

ness, commercial, insurance, injury, death, professional

government, Henegar led the Coalition for Homelessness

degree, Burk practiced business and real estate law at

Starkweather’s legal practice focuses on corporate law,

and products cases.

Intervention and Prevention and taught political science

Ice Miller. She joined Duke Realty as a staff attorney in

business counseling and transactions, business litigation

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at Butler University.

1995 and worked her way up to senior attorney, then vice

and estate planning. He represents buyers, sellers and lend-

Marla Linderman, JD’96, was one of 20 awardees of

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president and senior vice president of tenant services.

ers in a variety of transactions, and works with clients to

Michigan Lawyers Weekly’s Women in the Law 2012.

Fisher & Phillips LLP announced that Thomas J. Birchfield,

In 2001, Burk became the first woman to head one of Duke’s

develop individual estate plans that help them meet their

Honorees were chosen from a large number of nominees

JD’88, from its Louisville office has been selected by

business units when she was named senior vice president

estate planning objectives. In addition to estate and wealth

from across the state and from all areas of the law. She

his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America

of the Indiana office group. She was named president and

management planning, he handles estate administration,

practices with Linderman Law PC in Brighton, Mich.

2013.® Birchfield was honored along with five other

CEO of Junior Achievement of Central Indiana in July 2009.

estate controversies and tax planning matters.

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attorneys who specialize in labor and employment law

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written a book on Indiana appellate procedure (published

r Kendall Millard, JD’98, a partner in Barnes & Thornburg LLP’s Indianapolis office, has received the Pro Bono

Daniel Amin, JD’06, was recently named senior counsel

Lawyer magazine and the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin.

in the Office of the General Counsel at the Public Broad-

He is a partner at Franczek Radelet in Chicago.

casting Service. Dan now serves as lead counsel to the PBS

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programming, technology and station services departments,

Yu-chi (Tony) Wang, SJD’97, has been appointed minister of

conducting transactions and advising PBS managers and

the Mainland Affairs Council, Republic of China (Taiwan).

directors on policy matters related to program content,

Wang will be in charge of this cabinet-level department,

distribution technology and station membership.

which promotes cross-strait relations and policies between

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Taiwan and mainland China.

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r Holly (Johnson) Amaya, JD ‘08, has joined global inventory

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management company WIS International in San Diego,

Publico Award from the Indiana Bar Foundation for his

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Amaya joins San Diego company

Calif., as legal counsel. The company, which has 13,000

outstanding pro bono services. Millard was one of only

Ryan M. Hurley, JD’03, is a partner in the Faegre Baker

employees in 220 offices in eight countries, uses propri-

four recipients to be recognized for pro bono efforts.

Daniels Indianapolis office. He is a business litigator with

etary technology to provide physical inventory counting,

The Pro Bono Publico Award annually recognizes the

significant experience in the areas of antitrust, health care,

extraordinary contributions that are made toward

contract disputes and bankruptcy litigation. Hurley

ensuring legal services are available to people who oth-

has litigated class actions and multi-district litigation

Clark named general counsel of Bond Bank

merchandising and data collection. Amaya will serve as

erwise could not afford them. The award serves to focus

proceedings, and has first- and second-chair trial and

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successfully represented a detained Eritrean national on

public awareness on the substantial voluntary services

arbitration experience. He also has appellate experience,

Gregory R. Clark, JD’06, has been appointed deputy

a pro bono basis in removal proceedings before the United

rendered annually by Indiana lawyers.

including a Seventh Circuit oral argument on behalf of a

director/general counsel of the Indianapolis Local Public

States Immigration Court in San Diego. At the conclusion

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pro bono criminal client.

Improvement Bond Bank, effective November 1. Clark

of the immigration trial, her client, who was subjected to

Carrol A. Krause, JD’97, is a freelance writer and editor

+

previously served as special counsel in the Department of

political persecution and torture in her home country, was

living in Bloomington, Ind. She is the author of Showers

Shontrai D. Irving, JD’03, was recently presented with the

Public Safety, assistant corporation counsel for the City of

granted asylum, withholding of removal, and relief under

Brothers Furniture Company: The Shared Fortunes of

Thomas J. Hennessy Award for his service to residence

Indianapolis and chairman of the Legal Subcommittee for

the United Nations Convention against Torture.

a Family, a City, and a University, published in May by

life at Indiana University and for his contributions to the

Super Bowl XLVI. Before joining the City, he practiced

+

Indiana University Press. In this detailed history of a local

community throughout his career.

law in Jeffersonville, Ind., representing several municipal

Matthew Ciesielski, JD’09, has joined Marshall, Gerstein &

company whose success strengthened Bloomington’s

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entities, including the Jeffersonville City Council.

Borun in Chicago as a trial lawyer focusing on intellectual

infrastructure, helped develop new neighborhoods,

Elizabeth A. Shuster, JD’03, was presented with the Presi-

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property rights. Previously, he was assistant state’s attorney

and whose philanthropic acts supported the town’s

dent’s Award for Service to the Association at the Indianap-

James Lawley, JD’07, moved from Alabama to Augusta,

for McHenry County, Ill. Most recently, he served as a

continued development, Krause tells the story of a

olis Bar Association and Foundation recognition luncheon

Maine, to enter private practice with Lipman and Katz.

felony prosecutor, handling some of the most high-profile

successful collaboration among business, town and gown.

on November 8 in Indianapolis. Shuster, an attorney with

Lawley is expanding his practice from criminal law to

crimes from indictment to verdict, including armed

A former member of Bloomington’s Historic Preservation

Woodard, Emhardt, Naughton, Moriarty, McNett & Henry

include general civil litigation.

robbery, sexual assault and child pornography offenses.

Commission, Krause writes a weekly column in the

in Indianapolis, was recognized for her efforts to create the

+

Bloomington Herald-Times.

ISBA’s Indy Attorneys Network section.

Joshua K. Richardson, JD’07, received the Ingham County

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(Mich.) Bar Association’s “Top 5 Under 35” award on March

John M. Mueller, JD’97, was named in a recently released

Maddin, Hauser, Wartell, Roth & Heller, Southfield, Mich.,

22, 2012. He has also been selected as a Michigan Super

2012 edition of Chambers USA, John M. Mueller was named

has named Thomas W. Werner, JD’04, an associate

Lawyers “Rising Star” for 2012.

a “Leader in their Field” in Intellectual Property. Mueller is

attorney in its defense and insurance coverage litigation

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Benjamin A. Blair, JD’10, is an associate in the Faegre

a partner at Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP in Cincinnati.

group. Werner specializes in civil litigation, including

Nicholas Blesch Clark, JD’08, has joined with two other

Baker Daniels LLP tax group in Indianapolis, where he

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professional liability, insurance coverage, product

attorneys to open Swenson Clark and Pitts LLP in

concentrates his practice on multistate tax litigation and

Brian A. Smith, JD’98, was named one of the “40 Illinois

liability, and commercial litigation, as well as appellate

Carmel, Ind. Following several years of practicing as an

planning for corporations, partnerships and charitable

Attorneys under Forty to Watch” for 2012 by the Law

advocacy. Prior to joining Maddin Hauser, he concentrated

administrative law judge for unemployment insurance

organizations. He represents clients in all stages of the

Bulletin Publishing Company, publisher of Chicago Lawyer

his practice on commercial litigation, insurance coverage

appeals in Indianapolis, Clark now practices family law

litigation process, including audit, administrative appeals

magazine and the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin. He practices

and defense of product liability actions throughout the

and consumer bankruptcy along with partners who have

and the state courts. Blair has represented clients in a wide

with Freeborn & Peters in Chicago.

United States.

family law and criminal defense experience.

range of industries, including manufacturing, gaming,

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real estate, logistics, health care and retail.

Jeff Nowak, JD’99, was named one of the “40 Illinois Attorneys under Forty to Watch” for 2012 by the Law

the company’s sole attorney and will focus primarily on employment and contract matters. Earlier in 2012, Amaya

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Millard recognized for pro bono work

Bulletin Publishing Company, publisher of Chicago

(IUCN) and a legal assistant for the Nashville Pro Bono

Hall, Render, Killian, Heath & Lyman in Indianapolis.

Program.

He is a member of the health information technology

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section of the firm’s business/tax practice group and his

Katelyn M. Miner, JD’12, joined Faegre Baker Daniels LLP

practice focuses on advising hospitals, health systems and

as a member of the firm’s insurance team in downtown

physician organizations on corporate and health law-

Indianapolis. She interned with Wishard Health Services

related matters, including regulatory and compliance,

in Indianapolis during law school. Prior to attending law

contracting and information systems. Dummett joined

school, she was a volunteer English teacher for Christel

Hall Render after working as in-house counsel for IBM.

House Mexico in Mexico City.

While in law school, he interned at Winston and Strawn

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in Chicago.

Bernard E. (Bernie) Harrold, LLB’51, died on October 21.

County Bar Association. A member of the First Missionary

Trenton B. Morton, JD’12, joined Faegre Baker Daniels LLP

He was a founding partner of the Chicago firm Wildman,

Church, Biberstein taught Sunday school there for 25 years.

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and focuses on intellectual property law from the firm’s

Harrold, Allen & Dixon, now Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP.

His special interests included gardening, music, reading

Andrea N. Person, JD’10, has joined the legal team at

Fort Wayne office. He received his law degree from the

Groupon as corporate counsel. In her new role, she will

Indiana University Maurer School of Law in 2012. While in

An Order of the Coif graduate of Indiana Law, he was

(history) and caring for his flowers. He was an avid sports fan

work primarily with commercial transactions related

law school, Morton was an intern with the City of India-

inducted into the Academy of Law Alumni Fellows in 1988.

(Hoosiers and Cubs) and a collector of sports memorabilia.

to Groupon Goods.

napolis’ Office of Corporate Counsel.

He was a veteran of World War II, serving in the in the U.S.

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Nancy C. Rachlis, JD’10, has been promoted to counsel

Mark J. Plantan, JD’12, has joined DeLaney & DeLaney in

Army Antitank Co., 333 Infantry Regiment, 84th Division,

with BrownGreer PLC, Richmond, Va. Rachlis joined the

Indianapolis as an associate. Mr. Plantan graduated from

firm in 2011 and trained claims reviewers, oversaw data

+

also known as the Railsplitter Division because its members

Aaron Edward Kimel, JD’10, died June 15 in Roanoke, Va.

Loyola University, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa

hailed primarily from the Lincoln states: Illinois, Indiana

Kimel lived most of his childhood in Highland, Md.

accuracy projects and helped ensure production reliability

with a degree in philosophy and political science in 2009.

and Kentucky.

He attended the Academic Magnet High School in Charleston,

for a multifaceted claims evaluation program. In her new

He graduated magna cum laude from Indiana Law and was

role at BrownGreer, she manages a team responsible for

elected to Order of the Coif. During law school, Plantan

Harrold began his legal career at Kirkland & Ellis in the

designing and implementing a claims review process for a

served as a law clerk for the Indiana Attorney General,

class action settlement.

Advisory Division from January through April 2012.

antitrust area. He worked on the famous U.S. v. Swift-Armour

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Andrew M. Pittman, JD’11, has joined Williams Law

R. Patrick Thornberry, JD’ 12, practices at Faegre Baker

patent infringement and antitrust suit against Zenith. Eager

in Evansville, Ind., as an associate attorney practicing in

Daniels LLP’s 96th Street office in Indianapolis, focusing

criminal defense, civil litigation and family law.

on business formation, and mergers and acquisitions.

for more trial experience, he began taking casualty cases.

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In addition to serving as a law clerk with the firm, he

Jason Henderson, JD’11, has been selected for the National

also worked as a legal intern with the Indiana Economic

Academies’ Mirzayan Science and Technology Policy

Development Corporation during law school. Thornberry

Graduate Fellowship Program in Washington, D.C. He will

graduated summa cum laude from Indiana Law and was

While his skill in the courtroom and in firm management

the Washington Redskins. Survivors include his parents,

work at the Institute of Medicine with the Board of Global

first in his class.

matters were key factors in the success of the firm, his greatest

Alvin F. Kimel, Jr,. and Christine McKenna Kimel; his siblings,

Health, researching the global health implications of coun-

5

Alvin Kimel III, Bredon Kimel, and Taryn Kimel; and his

terfeit, falsified and substandard drugs.

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legacy may be the role he played in the development of young lawyers. Many lawyers who joined Wildman Harrold in the

grandparents, Ninon Kimel and Georgene McKenna.

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case, and also represented RCA in a multi-million dollar

By the time he helped found Wildman Harrold, he had carved out a subspecialty in medical malpractice defense.

Joshua T. Busch, JD’12, joined Faegre Baker Daniels

’70s and ’80s point to Harrold as their mentor. He is survived

LLP and is a member of the firm’s product liability

by his wife Kathleen, their son Jim, daughter Renata Harrold-

litigation group in Fort Wayne, Ind., where he defends, resolves, prevents and manages product liability issues { 68 } ergo + 2011-2012 dean’s report

{ in memoriam }

and litigation. + R. William Gardner, JD’12, has joined Barnes & Thornburg LLP in its Indianapolis office as an associate in the firm’s environmental department. Gardner served as a summer

He graduated from the University of Delaware in 2001, with a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and physics, and continued to study philosophy for two years at the University of Washington. He was a lifelong scholar with a passion for Civil War history, comic books and all the works of J.R.R. Tolkien, of which his knowledge was encyclopedic. From infancy, he celebrated a lifetime of love and loyalty for

Donnell (Dave), and three grandchildren. + Robert L. Biberstein, LLB’64, died March 21. He was owner of the Biberstein Law Firm and a practicing attorney for 48

associate at Barnes &Thornburg prior to joining the firm

years. He graduated from Hartford Center School and Taylor

full time in 2012. In addition, he served as a law clerk for

University before attending law school. He was the City

the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission, a law fellow

of Berne attorney for 16 years and a member of the Adams

for the International Union for the Conservation of Nature

S.C., where he was the football team’s all-time leading rusher.

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William A. Dummett, JD’10, is an associate attorney with

global profession. global law school. global baseball caps. Maurer alumni and friends travel often, and they remember of their alma mater while on the road. Here are some recent examples:

4 Michael S. Maurer, JD’67, started the tradition by forwarding this picture from the Indianapolis Star.

6

2 Executive Vice President, Provost, and Val Nolan

2 Daehyeoung Hwang, LLM’12, showed his loyalty to IU during a recent visit to Yellowstone

Professor of Law Lauren Robel made sure that her cap appeared at Old Faithful, Sydney Opera House, and Thousand People Rock in Suzhou, China.

8 Professor Joseph Hoffmann wore his cap on a recent visit to Machu Picchu in Peru.

Send us your photo in Maurer or IU gear (with a recognizable landmark in the background), and we’ll publish it in the next issue of ergo. You can submit it to the ergo editor, Ken Turchi, at kturchi@indiana.edu.

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National Park.

ISBA honors Maurer alumni } At its annual meeting on October 16-18, the Indiana State Bar Association recognized the following Maurer alumni for their achievements:

4 Citations from President C. Erik Chickedantz: Donald R. Lundberg, JD’78, Indianapolis Terry L. Harrell, JD’89, Indianapolis

Civility Awards David T. Kasper, JD’69, Indianapolis Anthony W. Patterson, JD’93, Lebanon

General Practice Hall of Fame Award J. Conrad Maugans, LLB’62, Kokomo

Outstanding Judge Award Hon. Frank M. Nardi, JD’79, Owen Circuit Court

Randall T. Shepard Award Rep. Eric Koch, JD’89, Bedford

New book captures wit and wisdom of Patrick Baude A new book, The Wit & Wisdom of Patrick Baude: Exploring the Good Life in Bloomington, captures the dynamic spirit and wide-ranging interests of Indiana Law’s much-loved professor, who died in 2011. In addition to his encyclopedic knowledge of jurisprudence — and almost { 72 } ergo + 2011-2012 dean’s report

everything else — Baude was an expert on wine. In this book — edited by his son, William — Baude explores how wine fits with local food, changing seasons, and even his own family dynamics. Drawing heavily on his writings for Bloom magazine, with revised and expanded material and tributes from family and colleagues, the book pairs Bloomington’s rich cuisine and culture with Baude’s timeless wisdom and universal truths. For more information, visit historypress.net.

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