THE ALUMNI MAGAZINE OF BOSTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW
Redstone Building Dedication ceremony opens the law school’s newest facility. P. 2
Moving Forward Alumni/faculty task forces achieve next level of legal education. P. 4
THE NEW LAW SCHOOL WE’RE NOT JUST TALKING ABOUT THE REDSTONE BUILDING.
Annual Report of Giving Building on Excellence: The Campaign for BU School of Law. P. 45
FALL 2014 THE RECORD
The Alumni Magazine of Boston University School of Law Maureen A. O’Rourke Dean, Michaels Faculty Research Scholar, Professor of Law Development & Alumni Relations Office Lillian Bicchieri, Development Coordinator
NEWS & UPDATES
20 l BU LAW Faculty Behind the Scenes
2 l TRULY TRANSFORMED
24 l Commencement 2014 26 l Public Interest/ Pro Bono News 28 l Getting to Know the Class of 2017 29 l Alumni Weekend 2014 & Silver Shingle Award s 32 l Donor Profile: Kenneth P. Morrison (‘83) 33 l Introducing Terry McManus, Assistant Dean for Development & Alumni Relations
Sara Dacey, Assistant Director of Alumni Relations Zach Dubin, Leadership Gift Officer Caroline Kernan, Assistant Director of the Annual Fund Terry McManus, Assistant Dean for Development & Alumni Relations Nathaniel O’Connell, Leadership Gift Officer
Redstone Building dedication celebrates the School of Law’s newest facility. FEATURES
4 l COVER STORY l MOVING FORWARD
Hope Whalen, Reunion Coordinator Communications & Marketing Office John Cahill, Associate Director of Digital Strategy
Alumni employers advise faculty task forces on achieving the next level of legal education.
Ann Comer-Woods, Director of Communications & Marketing
8 l MOTION AFTER MOTION
Elizabeth Hines, Assistant Director of Marketing Communications
Bernard Fielding (’58), South Carolina’s first black probate judge, reflects on the struggle for racial justice and equality. 12 l WHERE THERE'S A WILL, THERE'S A WAY
Sara Aalamri (LLM’10) becomes one of the first four women licensed to practice law in Saudi Arabia. 14 l MAKING HEADLINES
Deputy Special Prosecutor Daniel D. Rubinstein (’95) obtains guilty plea in a decade-old case against nephew of former Chicago mayor.
34 l Dean’s Advisory Board Members 36 l Class Notes
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47 l LEADERSHIP GIFTS
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LETTER FROM THE DEAN Welcome to this edition of The Record!! After a year of “Thinking Forward,” Boston University School of Law has truly begun “Moving Forward” toward goals both recently initiated and years in the making. Most importantly, after more than twenty years of waiting, we finally opened the doors to the brand new Sumner M. Redstone Building—a facility that matches the caliber of our legal education and brings our community closer. In September, we kicked off Alumni Weekend 2014 with the Redstone Building dedication. First Circuit Chief Judge Sandra Lynch (’71), Campaign Chair Rick Godfrey (’79), Boston Mayor Chief of Staff Daniel Koh, BU Law student Jacquelyn Rex (’15), and BU President Robert Brown spoke to a crowd of more than 350 people about the important impact the building will have on our campus and our community. I was inspired to see so many of you at the ceremony, as it represents a significant milestone not only in the history of the School, but also in our $80 million campaign. We have reached nearly 65 percent of our goal, meeting the Law Building Fund goal and turning our attention to supporting financial aid, professorships, academic programs, and the Law Fund. These financial priorities are critical to moving forward with initiatives that will help our students achieve the practical knowledge and experience they need to thrive in this ever-evolving legal market. Relatedly, in fall 2013, we held a retreat at which faculty and alumni gathered to discuss what BU Law could do to help our students find meaningful employment after graduation. We explored increasing experiential learning opportunities, enhancing practical training programs, and amplifying alumni outreach and mentorship efforts to battle the challenging job market. In this issue you will read about the outcomes of these discussions. Three alumni feature stories demonstrate the determination and the intellectual strength of our graduates during times of turmoil and against formidable obstacles. Bernard Fielding (’58) showed his resilience and resolve, overcoming prejudice as the first African American elected to the Charleston County probate court. Sara Aalamri (LLM in Banking & Financial Law ’10), a modern trailblazer and a champion of women's rights in the Middle East, became one of the first four licensed women attorneys in Saudi Arabia. And Dan Rubinstein (’95) had the unique, not to mention difficult, task of investigating a nearly decade-old homicide and suspected ensuing political cover-up in Chicago. The past few years have proven to be a time of crisis for many US law schools. But the support of the BU Law alumni community, both financial and otherwise, has given the School of Law the needed momentum to move forward successfully. In the pages that follow, I hope you will enjoy reading about the many achievements of our students and faculty that your generosity has made possible.
On that note, I would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank each and every individual who has served as a professional resource for our students and graduates. I often say that our alumni are our greatest strength, and that is largely because you take the time to open the door for one another and share professional advice. This speaks to the strength of our community and adds value to the BU Law diploma. If you have yet to do so, please let us know if you have an opportunity available or would like to learn more about getting involved. (See page 63.) I would also like to thank you all for your financial support during an important time in BU Law’s history. By supporting our Building on Excellence Campaign, you are not only investing in our bright and passionate students, but you are also investing in the future of the law. I hope you will continue your support and your generosity and help us continue rewriting the book on legal education. I look forward to seeing you in my travels around the country this year, and I encourage you to visit the BU Law campus and visit our brand new home. After all, it’s thanks to you that this long-awaited dream has been realized.
MAUREEN A. O’ROURKE, DEAN, MICHAELS FACULTY RESEARCH SCHOLAR, PROFESSOR OF LAW
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Truly Transformed On Friday, September 19, the School of Law community gathered in the newly opened Sumner M. Redstone Building for the official dedication of this highly anticipated law school building. Following taped remarks from lead benefactor and building namesake Sumner M. Redstone (Hon.’94), First Circuit Chief Judge Sandra Lynch (’71), Boston Mayor Chief of Staff Daniel Koh, BU Law student Jacquelyn Rex (’15), BU President Robert Brown, BU Law Campaign Chair Rick Godfrey (’79), and School of Law Dean Maureen O’Rourke offered thoughts on how the building has transformed the student experience. Attendees continued the celebration after the ceremony at a reception in a tent on BU’s Warren Alpert Mall. See more at www.bu.edu/law/building
Posing for a photo before the dedication of the Redstone Building, which now houses the Samuel M. Fineman Law Library, (from left) former BU Law Dean William Schwartz (’55), Bernice Schwartz, Samuel Fineman (JD’72, LLM’87), and Nyla Carleton.
A red ribbon day (from left): Richard Cartier Godfrey (’79), Jacquelyn Rex (’15), BU President Robert A. Brown, the Honorable Sandra Lynch (’71), US First Circuit Court of Appeals chief judge, Daniel Koh, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh’s chief of staff, and Dean Maureen O’Rourke dedicate the School ’s new Sumner M. Redstone Building.
PHOTOS: TOP LEFT, TIM LLEWELLYN, TOP RIGHT, JACKIE RICCIARDI. BOTTOM, JOHN GILLOOLY.
The Honorable Sandra Lynch (‘71) THE RECORD | Fall 2014
BY TRICIA BRICK
PHOTOS BY TIM LLEWELLYN AND CONOR DOHERTY
BU Law alumni and faculty join forces to create the next level of legal education.
COVER STORY In the wake of seismic changes in the legal field and job market in recent years, Boston University School of Law, like countless other schools across the nation, entered a phase of reckoning. What are today’s employers looking for in new hires? What will the legal employment market look like in the coming years? What training, exactly, do today’s law students require, and in what form?
The BU Law community made a
major commitment to ensuring the
success of future students by launching its $80 million campaign in 2011 to support key priorities. The most visible symbol of the campaign is the long-awaited renovation of the law tower, scheduled for completion in fall 2015, and the opening of the new Sumner M. Redstone Building. Likewise, support for academic programming has expanded practical training opportunities through the Transactional Law Program, robust clinical offerings, and a growing writing program. But the School has not stopped there, Dean Maureen O’Rourke says. Rather, we are continually refining our knowledge of how best to prepare our students for their first jobs in a moment of industry-wide upheaval. “One strength of BU Law is our flexibility: We have a collegial faculty that is really willing to sit down and discuss issues and make changes
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FACULTY TASK FORCE CHAIRS:
BUILDING ON STRENGTHS
BU Law is constantly evolving its offerings to meet modernday employer needs while carefully maintaining the curricular strengths that have made it a top-tier law school. The School will continue its traditional emphasis on educating students in legal doctrine and guiding them as they develop excellent analytical and critical reasoning skills. “Although the alumni certainly had suggestions about how we might do things better, most of the reaction was, ‘Don’t rush into any huge changes; you’re doing great,’” says Professor of Law Gerry Leonard, who chaired the retreat planning committee. “Most of them felt they’d gotten a really good education at BU and looked back very positively at their experience here.” Indeed, the coexistence of extensive opportunities for experiential learning—including nearly a dozen clinical and countless externship opportunities—alongside coursework in traditional legal analysis, theory, and ethics has long been one of the School’s strengths. And such programs continue to exceed market expectations. For example, the ABA recently instituted a revision to its accreditation standard that requires students to complete at least six credit hours of primarily experiential courses. When BU Law’s task force on Experiential Learning assessed the School’s ability to meet this requirement, the results were gratifying: more than 83 percent of 2014 graduates met or exceeded the proposed standards, and options abound for the remaining students. Additionally, the School’s doctrinal courses increasingly incorporate practical exercises to reinforce students’ understanding of the subject matter. Such integration is key to the law school’s philosophy on experiential education: through practical 6
NAOMI MANN COMPETENCIES
FRED TUNG COMPETENCIES
KATE SILBAUGH COMPETENCIES
exercises, students are being tested to master the substantive law by demonstrating that they understand it. Beginning in January 2015, a new initiative created by the Competencies task force will give first-year students another indepth opportunity to put their doctrinal knowledge into practice. The Lawyering Lab will be an intensive simulation exercise introducing 1Ls to the practical skills involved in negotiating a business transaction. Working in groups, students will spend a week of Intersession immersed in the basics of client counseling, contract negotiation, and writing. “The aim of the Lawyering Lab is to expose students to how the skills they learn in their first-year classes can translate into practice,” says Naomi Mann, who co-chaired the task force. “We are saying to students: you understand the fundamentals of contract law at this point, after taking a doctrinal class; now we’re going to throw you into a simulation where you’re actually negotiating a contract and analyzing a contract. Every student who graduates from BU Law will have the practical experience of having analyzed and written a contract.”
A CONTINUING EVOLUTION
The Lawyering Lab is the most visible initiative in a long-term strategy of expanding the School’s offerings to ensure that all students have opportunities to be exposed to the real-life lawyering skills sought by today’s employers. Client relations, business literacy, and writing are among the other skills BU Law alumni emphasized employers are seeking in new hires. Beginning with the Class of 2017, BU Law will now require all JD students to complete a course entitled Introduction to Business Fundamentals. The series of online, self-paced modules— which cover concepts from accounting to corporate finance—will promote business literacy, reinforce key legal concepts, and better prepare JD students to advise future clients. Additionally, BU Law piloted a three-week business education program for 15 students in August. The program taught core business competencies in finance, business analysis, marketing, and innovation, while fostering students’ personal leadership and
PHOTOS BY BU SCHOOL OF LAW AND BU PHOTOGRAPHY
in response to them,” O’Rourke says. “But to prepare our students for a different marketplace, we had to understand what they need in order to be effective practicing lawyers—yet most of us are not practicing lawyers ourselves.” To find answers, the faculty looked outside its walls, to a constituency both well-versed in the on-the-ground reality of the legal field and invested in the School’s long-term success. Last year, 33 alumni joined faculty and administrators for a retreat to discuss the evolving industry and how the School can adapt its curriculum to best equip its graduates for today’s job market. Faculty and administrators who attended found the alumni response invaluable. “What was really exciting was that we were hearing directly from employers out in the field as to what skills and qualities they wanted graduates from BU Law to possess,” says Naomi Mann, clinical associate professor of law. “Our task moving forward from the retreat was to translate what the employers stated they wanted from graduates into programs and practices at the School.” In response to alumni feedback, Dean O’Rourke established five faculty task forces: Writing, Advising, Competencies, Experiential Learning, and Long-Term Planning. Each was tasked with assessing the School’s performance in its focus area and proposing any necessary changes to ensure that the BU Law education continues to align with employers’ evolving expectations and needs.
STACEY DOGAN ADVISING
JAY WEXLER WRITING
NANCY MOORE EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING
“LAW SCHOOLS ARE UNDERGOING tremendous changes and will continue to do so. Our job at BU Law is to offer the excellent legal education that we always have, but to continually evaluate how we can best prepare our graduates to succeed in an evolving profession.” DEAN MAUREEN A. O’ROURKE
professional communication skills. This training was designed to enhance each participant’s ability to succeed in a law firm or indeed in any organization. “We want to teach students that what they’re going to do when they get out of law school is, first and foremost, to understand their clients’ perspectives and needs,” Leonard says. In expanding its writing offerings, the School is again building upon a strong foundation—including the much-lauded First-Year Writing Seminar, a number of advanced writing courses, and single-credit supplements to doctrinal classes. Beginning this year, the task force on Writing has implemented an extracurricular certificate program featuring a series of practice-focused writing workshops offering instruction in composing documents from complaints to briefs, client emails, and academic papers.
Along with the expansion of experiential opportunities comes a greater need for mentorship, to assist students in integrating the knowledge gained from experiential learning into their educations in a coherent way. It is no longer sufficient to finish law school with excellent grades. In today’s tight market, employers are looking for graduates whose CVs reflect a consciously curated path toward developing competencies specific to the chosen specialty. “Some students come in to law school with a clear vision for what they want to do, and we can help them make thoughtful decisions about courses and summer experiences and extern-
GERRY LEONARD LONG-TERM PLANNING
ships to help support those goals. But many students don’t know, even after their first year, what they want to do,” says Professor Stacey Dogan, who chaired the Advising task force. “We need to help them navigate the ever-more-extensive choices available to them as law students—and help them do so with an eye toward defining and pursuing long-term career goals.” The task force has proposed a two-tiered advising system. The first tier relates specifically to course advising: students in the spring of their first year will be assigned faculty advisors, who will guide them in selecting their second-year courses, in coordination with the Career Development & Public Service Office. The second tier focuses more generally on faculty mentorship. Incoming first-year students will have the option of being matched with a faculty mentor with a common personal or professional interest. The goal is to give students the opportunity to get to know faculty members outside of class, and to facilitate richer faculty-student connections. “We are hoping to build a mentor system that fosters real relationships, to help students realize their goals both in law school and beyond,” Dogan says.
THE NEXT LEVEL OF LEGAL EDUCATION
The vibrant new initiatives being instituted across the School represent the most recent steps in an ongoing process of growth and adaptation. “Some people talk about what’s going on in law schools today as a kind of radical change, or a dichotomy between substance and practice of law,” says Naomi Mann. “But in fact, here at the law school, we are taking legal education to the next level.” Faculty and administrators alike cite the contributions of BU Law alumni as key to the School’s continuing success in a moment of historic change for the legal industry. “Our students themselves, and in turn our alumni, have always been one of our great strengths,” Dean O’Rourke says. “We’re always interested in alumni feedback, and I encourage them to provide their input on an ongoing basis.” See pg. 63 for more information on how to get involved in BU Law’s journey to the next level of legal education. THE RECORD | Fall 2014
MOTION AFTER MOTION South Carolina’s first black probate judge reflects on the struggle for racial justice and equality. BY SHERYL FLATOW PHOTOGRAPH BY MATTHEW SCOTT
On November 6, 1990,
Bernard Fielding (’58) became the first African American elected probate judge in Charleston, South Carolina. He was not sworn in until August 19, 1991. The long delay was due to a challenge by his opponent, clearly racially motivated, that went all the way to the South Carolina Supreme Court before being decided in Fielding’s favor. That election underscored how far things had—and had not—come in the years since the Civil Rights Movement. “I think Charleston and the South in general have come a long way,” he says now. “We can be very proud of the victories, but there’s a long way to go.” Fielding’s personal story is very much a reflection of the struggle for racial justice and equality. 8
FEATURE l MOTION AFTER MOTION
WITNESS TO HISTORY: Bernard Fielding has worked his whole life to break racial boundaries.
Born in Charleston in 1932, Fielding was the youngest of six children; two died in childhood. His parents both died when he was six years old. His father had selected a foster mother to raise the children and stipulated that the funeral home he founded in 1912 be sold in order to support them. Instead, the trustees of the will formed a corporation to keep it in the family; today, Bernard Fielding serves as its president. Fielding attended Hampton Institute (now Hampton University), where he met his wife, Conchita. He was enrolled in the ROTC program, and upon graduation in 1953 he received his commission. Half his class went to Korea; he wound up in Boston. He says he knew from the time he was 12 that he wanted to be a lawyer, so he enrolled at BU School of Law in the fall of 1955. He graduated three years later, and shocked his professors when he told them he was going to return to segregated South Carolina. “I have said on innumerable occasions, ‘The only difference between the North and the South was that in the South, we knew where we stood,’” Fielding says. He recalls responding to an ad posted in the lobby of the law school for a job as an insurance adjuster with a Boston firm. “When I walked in the door, this man looked at me and his bottom lip separated from his top lip,” says Fielding. “We chatted for about 45 minutes and he said, ‘I might as well be frank: I don’t think my insurance company is going to hire a colored insurance adjuster.’ I was about to graduate from one of the finest institutions in the country, and I wasn’t good enough to be an insurance adjuster.” Fielding went home, passed the bar, and in August 1958 was sworn in. He worked with an older black lawyer for three years before going out on his own, specializing in probate, real estate, personal injury, and wrongful death. But in 1962 he spent the summer representing civil rights demonstrators as the associate counsel for the NAACP. Among those he worked with were his brother, Herbert Fielding, who would go on to serve in the South Carolina House and Senate, and Matthew J. Perry, a leading civil rights lawyer. 10
“I’m proud of the battles I’ve been in and thankful I participated in them. I think of the many people who lost their jobs, their lives. Those of us that have been in the struggle for so long continue to do everything we can to try to change things. But it just seems that we’re going through a period now where it’s become more difficult than ever.”
PHOTOS BY MATTHEW SCOTT AND ARCHIVAL PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF BERNARD FIELDING
—BERNARD FIELDING (’58)
“Perry was a brilliant advocate,” he says. “He’d make a motion, the judge would rule against him, and he’d say, ‘Thank you very kindly, Your Honor. Now that you’ve ruled against that one, let me give you another one.’ That was our strategy: motion after motion, knowing they were all going to be ruled against. But we did make a racket, and that was what we wanted to do.” During the 1960s and ’70s, Fielding served as general counsel for a variety of organizations, including the National Funeral Directors and Morticians Association. For more than fifty years he has offered his services for free to the YWCA of Greater Charleston, which his grandmother co-founded. In 1969, he became the first black president of the Young Democrats of Charleston County. He has also taught extensively about the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and what he refers to as “the most powerful legislation,” the Voting Rights Act of 1965. In 1976, with some astute backroom maneuvering, Fielding was appointed associate probate judge by the Charleston County Council. “In the entire state of South Carolina, only seven or eight of the probate judges were lawyers,” he says. “Yet I would hear statements like, ‘Well, we’re only going to appoint a qualified black.’ There I was, a trial lawyer with many years of experience, and there were questions about whether I was qualified.” Fielding served as associate probate judge for 14 years. In 1990, when the longtime probate judge for Charleston County chose not to seek re-election, Fielding decided to run for his seat. “My opponent was Chris Merrill, an insurance agent who never saw the inside of a law school,” he says. “About two weeks before the election, he put out postcards all over the county with a picture of me that was as black as the shoes I’m wearing. Two days before the election, he ran an ad that included a picture of me to let white people know that I’m black. Race permeated the election.” On November 7, the Charleston Post and Courier declared Merrill the winner. But the absentee ballots had not yet been counted, and when they were, Fielding had won by 454 votes.
Merrill asked for a hearing before the Charleston County Election Commission. It lasted eight hours, with Merrill’s side alleging irregularities by poll workers in two predominantly black districts, Wadmalaw Island and McClellanville. The board dismissed the protest. Merrill next appealed to the State Election Commission, which overturned the previous decision 3–2 and called for a new election, despite the fact that the people making the charges could not substantiate their claims, there was no corroborating evidence, and there hadn’t been a single challenge to any of the votes. This time, Fielding appealed to the South Carolina Supreme Court, which upheld his victory on July 23, 1991. When Fielding finally took office, he received just 60 percent of his predecessor’s salary—in fact, a $10,000 pay cut from his associate salary. “About a year later, one of the two blacks on the council got them to restore the $10,000,” he says, “but I never got paid the full probate judge salary.” Fielding lost his bid for a second term four years later and went back to practicing law and helping out at the funeral home. He says he has never regretted his decision to remain in South Carolina. “I’m proud of the battles I’ve been in and thankful I participated in them,” he says. “I think of the many people who lost their jobs, their lives. Those of us that have been in the struggle for so long continue to do everything we can to try to change things. But it just seems that we’re going through a period now where it’s become more difficult than ever.” As the country marks the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act this year, and the Voting Rights Act next year, Fielding sees a long road ahead. “The United States Supreme Court alone gutted the Voting Rights Act by taking out a huge section,” he says. “There are 30-some states that have enacted or are in the process of enacting anti-voting laws specifically designed to keep people of color from voting. The struggle for freedom and equality continues.”
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WHERE THERE'S A WILL, THERE'S A WAY BU LAW ALUMNA BECOMES ONE OF THE FIRST FOUR WOMEN LICENSED TO PRACTICE LAW IN SAUDI ARABIA.
BY SHERYL FLATOW
PHOTO BY BU SCHOOL OF LAW
SARA AALAMRI (LLM’10)—an associate at the law firm Al-Ghazzawi
law. “The Capital Market Authority, which regulates securities, the stock exchange, Professional Association in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia—is a pioneer. With and investment funds, was coming out quiet self-confidence and determination, Aalamri became the first of with all these new laws, and I wanted a better understanding of these regulations four women ever to receive a license to practice law in Saudi Arabia so that I could invest in myself, grow as a in October 2013. When she began her studies 10 years ago at King lawyer, and play a bigger role in the firm,” Abdulaziz University in her hometown of Jeddah, Aalamri could not she says. “At that point women still weren’t permitted to have a license, but we could conceive of such a possibility because the opportunity didn’t exist. see the road taking us there. So I applied to the King Abdullah Scholarship Program, and I was awarded “I was attending the business school, and law was one of a scholarship to study for my master’s degree in the States. BU the general subjects that we studied in our first year,” she says. Law’s Graduate Program in Banking & Financial Law was just “I found it quite intriguing. In my second year, the Univerwhat I was looking for.” sity became the first in Saudi Arabia to open the law major to After receiving her LLM, Aalamri was welcomed back to women, so I decided to major in law. At that point, I didn’t conAl-Ghazzawi as an associate. “I’ve worked on mergers and sider whether or not I’d have a chance to work as a lawyer, but acquisitions, dispute resolution, due diligences, notes of advice, where there’s a will, there’s a way. King Abdulaziz University is a and several matters related to foreign judgment enforcement government university. In offering us a law major, it meant that and bankruptcy,” she says. “Most of my clients are corporate, so they must have had some sort of vision for the future.” I generally work with their in-house counsel, who is usually a Before the first four licenses were granted, there were women man. International clients find it completely normal to be deallawyers in Saudi Arabia, known as legal consultants. They could ing with a woman, but when I’ve attended meetings with some work as researchers and advisors and appear in court as part of a local companies, they looked surprised. They didn’t hesitate to team or, pursuant to a power of attorney, appear in the capacask me questions about my background and whether I was qualiity of a representative. But they could not be licensed to appear fied as a lawyer. But it never got in the way of working together.” before court to represent and advocate for clients in their capacAalamri says that King Abdullah has issued many regulations ity as lawyers or to open their own firms. “Now we officially have that support women and give them more opportunities to work. all the rights of a lawyer,” says Aalamri. Last year, 30 women were seated on the Shura Council, the She makes her journey sound like just another day at the country’s advisory board. “There are other things: it’s a small step, office, despite the fact that her employment options in Saudi perhaps, but women are able to work as cashiers at grocery stores Arabia remain limited: women in her country account for less than 20 percent of the work force. However, rather than dwell on and different stores in the mall,” she says. “It’s making everyone get used to seeing women everywhere. And that helps bring about the limitations of her current situation, Aalamri prefers to focus change. Women are inspiring each other and, most importantly, on the gains women have made in recent years, and says her own we’re inspiring children. When they grow up seeing men and experience as a working woman has been exceedingly positive. women working equally, the gender gap won’t exist for them.” Aalamri completed her BA with honors in 2008, and received She realizes, though, that not everyone is ready to accept an offer from Al-Ghazzawi Professional Association, one of the women in the business world, and that includes her chosen field. country’s largest law firms, with offices in the kingdom’s three “There are still many law firms that are not prepared to have major cities. “There were no other female lawyers there,” she female lawyers,” she says, “which makes it harder for a woman to says. “The senior managing partner said to me, ‘We’re going to get a job. Finding the right opportunity is difficult.” begin by training you on different aspects of the law and in the Whatever the future holds for her, personally, Aalamri plans different fields that we practice here at the firm. And you’ll be to continue working. “I enjoy it so much,” she says. “A woman treated the same as your male colleagues.’” might have a bigger role in raising children, but if you prioritize, To comply with Saudi law, Aalamri was given a separate office find the right balance, hopefully you can be a wife and mother from the men—which, she says, she “didn’t allow to become a barrier”—but in every other way she did, in fact, receive the same and have a career.” Despite the sound of it, Aalamri rejects the feminist label. “I treatment, and was quickly accepted by her colleagues. “This is a highly professional firm, and they look at a person’s level of com- don’t want to be categorized. That’s even true of the field of pracpetence. They saw how hard I was willing to work and how much tice that I chose. I didn’t want to restrict myself to handling matters for female clients only. I did my studies as well as anyone and I wanted to learn. And when the partners and senior associates received my license, so I could choose whichever field I wanted. saw some of the research and analyses that I did, they started “People can be very discouraging; they will tell you, ‘It won’t sharing more and more work with me.” happen any time soon,’ or ‘It’s too difficult.’ That is what I heard Initially, Aalamri worked on company incorporations and about women getting licensed in Saudi Arabia,” she says. “So I trademarks, but eventually became involved in everything from think of myself as an example of what can happen if you ignore environmental law to inheritance law—“whatever the clients those who try to discourage you.” needed.” She found herself particularly fascinated by financial THE RECORD | Fall 2014
HEADLIN INES HEA MAKING FEATURE l
INESMAKING MAKING HEADLINES
DEPUTY SPECIAL PROSECUTOR OBTAINS A GUILTY PLEA IN DECADEOLD CASE AGAINST NEPHEW OF FORMER CHICAGO MAYOR. BY MEGHAN LASKA l PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOSHI RADIN
Daniel D. Rubinstein
(’95) is no stranger to high-profile cases. From prosecutions involving narcotics and gangs to terrorism, he’s racked up an impressive scorecard. In 2007, the BU Law alum was recognized by the Department of Justice with the Director’s Award for Superior Performance as an Assistant US Attorney for his trial work in the prosecution of several car dealers in Chicago who laundered more than $20 million of drug money and sent some of those proceeds to Iran. He also has twice received the Chicago Crime Commission’s Stars of Distinction Award for significant trials in Chicago. One involved the indictment and conviction of 47 Black Disciples gang members, including its leaders, for a large-scale narcotics trafficking conspiracy along with committing numerous shootings in aid of racketeering. Moving to private practice in 2008, he has continued to handle headline-making cases, representing clients from energy company executives in connection with the Deepwater Horizon oil rig explosion to the world’s second-largest domain name registrar. So when the case against the nephew of former Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley in the matter of the death of David Koschman was reopened for investigation, Rubinstein was well equipped for his appointment as deputy special prosecutor. 14
A CHALLENGING CASE The case was based on a 2004 incident in which the former mayor’s nephew, Richard J. Vanecko, was involved in a physical altercation with Koschman outside a bar. Eleven days later, Koschman died. The case was twice investigated by the Chicago Police Department and the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office. In 2004, authorities cited lack of witness identification because Vanecko was not picked out of a lineup that occurred almost a month after the incident. Further, they concluded that even if the offender could be identified, it was self-defense. While no one was charged, the case remained open. In 2011, the Chicago Sun-Times issued a Freedom of Information Act request and began looking into the case. The resulting articles raised questions of whether charges were not pursued because of Vanecko’s connection to Mayor Daley. As a result, the Chicago Police Department conducted another investigation in 2011, and concluded that it could now identify the offender by process of elimination and that he acted in self-defense. The victim’s family then moved to file a state petition to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate the case, and in 2012 a judge appointed Dan K. Webb, chairman of Winston & Strawn LLP and the former US Attorney for the Northern District of
DG Daniel D. Rubinstein ('95) received BUâ€™s Silver Shingle Award for Service to the Community during Alumni Weekend 2014. 15
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Illinois. Rubinstein, a partner at Winston & Strawn, was asked to serve as deputy special prosecutor, given his background as both a state and federal prosecutor. The Winston & Strawn team was tasked with investigating whether charges should have been filed for Koschman’s death and whether the Police Department and State’s Attorney’s Office failed to properly investigate the case in 2004 and 2011.
ACHIEVING THE UNACHIEVABLE
Over the next 17 months, they convened a special grand jury for this “very unusual and challenging” case. “We were investigating an incident that happened eight and a half years ago, so crimes like aggravated battery and obstruction of justice that have a three-year statute of limitations were not available. Also, many of the documents you would normally collect were simply not available,” recalls Rubinstein. He notes that the case involved 146 witness interviews, 160 subpoenas, and 22,000 documents totaling 30,000 pages of telephone records, police reports, etc. Ultimately, through circumstantial evidence, they estabDan Rubinstein rejoined his lished Vanecko as the offender practice at and that it was not self-defense. Winston & Most of the witnesses testified Strawn following the Vanecko that it was the largest person in case. the group who threw the punch in the altercation, and all three of Vanecko’s friends—who had grants of immunity—stated that Vanecko was the largest in their group. Further, the two witnesses with the clearest view consistently testified that Koschman was punched, not pushed. The special prosecution team, explains Rubinstein, felt it had enough evidence to go forward. Vanecko was indicted on December 3, 2012, for involuntary manslaughter and his trial was set for February 2014. A defense motion to dismiss was denied on January 9, 2014, and Vanecko pled guilty as charged on January 31, 2014, issuing a “genuine” apology to the victim’s mother in the courtroom. “This was significant. It was one of those rare moments in my nearly 20-year career as a lawyer where I felt that not only had we achieved the right result, but we also gave the victim’s mother some sense of closure,” he says. Rubinstein adds that this case was a “big win” for the prosecution. He explains, “It had twice been declined for prosecution, involved a long lag time between the incident and our investigation, and had other issues like lack of witness identification, intoxication by some witnesses, and statute of limitations. We achieved a just result that apparently hadn’t been achievable prior to the appointment of a special prosecutor.” The Chicago Sun-Times described the conviction of Vanecko as a “stunning” and “remarkable” achievement. In September, BU Law recognized Rubinstein’s accomplishments by presenting him with a Silver Shingle Award for Service to the Community during Alumni Weekend 2014. 16
As for the investigation related to the police and State’s Attorney’s Office, Rubinstein’s team did not issue any indictments. “Any actions in the 2004 investigation were barred by the statute of limitations, and we determined there was insufficient evidence to prove beyond a reasonable doubt any violation of Illinois criminal law as to the actions taken in the subsequent reinvestigations. As to the issue of whether the Daley family or others at their direction exercised undue political influence on the investigations, we found there was no evidence of that,” he says.
Rubinstein’s interest in criminal law began prior to law school. While an undergraduate student at Brown University, he spent his summers back home in California working at the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office. At BU Law, he enrolled in the Criminal Law Clinic and (thanks to a policy change) became the first student in the Public Defender Program to conduct a jury trial. Under the tutelage of Professor Wendy Kaplan, his client was acquitted. Following graduation, he clerked for US District Court Judge Ernest Torres in Rhode Island, where he observed a large Mafia trial and set his sights on becoming an Assistant US Attorney. After the clerkship, he worked in the Alameda County DA’s Office as a deputy DA before joining the Los Angeles US Attorney’s Office, where he ultimately worked in the public corruption unit. Moving to Chicago with his wife, whom he met while clerking in Rhode Island, Rubinstein worked in the Chicago US Attorney’s Office, where he served in the gangs, narcotics, and complex fraud units. He also served as one of the office’s terrorism coordinators, which stemmed from his work on the money laundering case. In 2008, he decided to enter private practice to leverage the skills he had gained as a trial lawyer and investigator. Rubinstein explains, “I had accomplished what I set out to do in the US Attorney’s Office, which was to develop, indict, and try several big cases. I was ready for new challenges in private practice.” Now that the Vanecko case is over, the father of two daughters is back at his regular practice at Winston & Strawn, which was recently awarded The National Law Journal’s “Chicago Litigation Department of the Year” for white-collar defense. Rubinstein represents corporations and individuals in complex civil, criminal, and regulatory matters. He also teaches federal criminal practice as a lecturer at the University of Chicago Law School and sits on the board of the Daniel Murphy Scholarship Fund. Looking back, Rubinstein credits his time at BU Law with much of his career success. “I had a fantastic legal education. The faculty, especially Professors Tracey Maclin and Wendy Kaplan, really challenged and mentored me. My experience at BU definitely provided me with the strong foundation upon which I launched my legal career.”
NEWS & UPDATES New Associate Deans and Clinical Professor Join BU Law
Associate Dean for Experiential Education Peggy Maisel joins BU Law from Florida International University, where she served as a professor of law and as the director of the law school's Clinical Legal Education Program. At BU Law, Dean Maisel oversees more than 20 clinical and externship programs, in which over 250 students participate annually. She aims to continue to strengthen ties between the School’s experiential education program and its traditional academic curriculum. Associate Dean for Student Affairs Geraldine Muir comes to BU Law from Cooley LLP, where she served as an associate in the firm’s Higher Education Practice group in Washington, DC. In that role, she advised colleges, universities, and other postsecondary institutions on issues related to programmatic and institutional accreditation, federal and state regulatory compliance, and the management of regulatory reviews and adverse actions. Laila Hlass joins BU Law as a clinical associate professor in the Civil Litigation Program, overseeing the Immigrants’ Rights Clinic. Previously, she was a clinical teaching fellow at Georgetown University Law Center’s Center for Applied Legal Studies, where she taught and supervised law students representing asylum-seekers. She also worked as a staff attorney in the Immigration Clinic at Loyola University College of Law, where she served as the interim director of the Office of Law Skills and Experiential Learning.
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Annual Law Journal Review Ranks BU Law Journals Among Top 25 In its annual Law Journal Rankings Project, Washington & Lee University School of Law ranked all six of BU Law’s student-run journals within the top 25—four within the top 10—of their respective disciplines:
! International Law Journal #21 in
! American Journal of Law & Medicine
! Public Interest Law Journal #5 in
#2 in health, medicine, psychology & psychiatry ! Boston University Law Review #22 law
international law ! Journal of Technology & Science
Law #7 in science, technology & computing and #9 in intellectual property civil rights ! Review of Banking & Financial Law #6
CLINIC HIGHLIGHTS BU Law’s IMMIGRANTS’ RIGHTS CLINIC and the Center for Immigrants’ Rights at Penn State’s Dickinson School of Law published the Refugee and Asylee Adjustment Toolkit.
ELENA NOUREDDINE (‘14) received the Law Student Ethics Award from the Association of Corporate Counsel, Northeast Chapter, for demonstrating an early commitment to ethics through her work in the IMMIGRANTS’ RIGHTS CLINIC. Noureddine has also received one of the highly competitive BU Law Public Service Fellowships. Students from the INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS CLINIC traveled to Turkey, Egypt, Lebanon, and Jordan to complete a two-year research project focusing on the legal issues and problems creating barriers to relief and protection for refugees fleeing Syria.
WRONGFUL CONVICTIONS CLINIC students helped a man, who spent 32 years behind bars for a crime that new evidence shows was never proven, get a new trial. Students in the HUMAN TRAFFICKING CLINIC joined with the law firm Wilmer Hale and Lutheran Social Services of New England to publish the first-ever Massachusetts human trafficking guide for attorneys. The AFRICA I-PARLIAMENTS CLINIC authored legislation for the Zambian parliament to bring greater transparency and justice to the country’s mining industry.
The website currently ranks journals based on citation data from a 2006– 2013 survey period.
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(Left) Kristen Hughes, Sesi Garimella, and Lauren Stoia (all ’14) represented BU Law during the Region 1 National Moot Court competition. (Below) Elizabeth McIntyre and Kristen Dooley won Best Team at the Sutherland Cup.
Faculty Appointments and Awards
Associate Professor of Law Paul R. Gugliuzza won the Best Article award for 2014 from the Federal Courts section of the Association of American Law Schools for his article “The Federal Circuit as a Federal Court,” published in the William & Mary Law Review.
BU Law's student advocacy teams excelled during the 2013–2014 year, racking up honors in competitions from New Orleans to the United Kingdom, tackling complex legal issues from violations of First Amendment rights to conflicts arising from business transactions.
Professor of Law Kevin Outterson was named a visiting fellow at the Royal Institute of International Affairs at Chatham House, London, where during spring 2014 he worked on global solutions to antibiotic resistance.
Highlights include: • Best Team/1st Place Award at the Sutherland Cup Moot Court
Oxford University Press honored Professor of Law William “Rusty” Park with an award in his name. The Rusty Park Prize in International Arbitration recognizes articles of particular excellence published in the Journal of International Dispute Settlement. Professor of Law Robert D. Sloane was named a Scholar-in-Residence by Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr for the summer of 2014. He spent six weeks in WilmerHale’s London office, where the firm’s renowned international arbitration practice is based, working on a piece regarding international adjudication and foreign investment. 18
Student Teams Demonstrate Excellence in Appellate Advocacy Competitions
• Two teams advancing to nationals (one reaching semi-finals at nationals) • Three students named best or among the top 5 oralists • Three regional finalist teams • Semi-finalists at the Oxford International IP Moot Court
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BOSTON UNIVERSITY LAUNCHES JOINT JD/ MD PROGRAM This fall marks the launch of the joint Juris Doctor and Doctor of Medicine program, making BU the second New England university, along with Yale, to offer the dual degree. “We are launching this new degree at a time when the growing fields of technology, health care management, and health law need professionals who possess both medical and legal expertise,” says Dean O’Rourke. The JD/ MD in Law and Medicine, which requires completion of programs in
both the Schools of Law and Medicine, is meant for students who are interested in health care administration and legislation, medical licensing, and intellectual property issues focused on medical research. SCHOOL OF LAW DOMINATES FIRST ANNUAL GIVING DAY COMPETITION In an extraordinary show of support, the Boston University School of Law community raised the most gifts ($134,152) from the most donors (275) during the one-day Boston University Giving Day fundraising challenge
in April. The College of Arts & Sciences raised the second-most ($47,830) from the second-most donors (217) and in total, the effort raised $1,098,662.07 from 2,856 donors around the world. In the competition, BU Law benefited from two additional pledges. University Trustee Steve Karp (CAS’63) matched, up to $250,000, the first $1,000 of every donation. Additionally, an anonymous School of Law alumnus from the Class of 2003 donated $5,000 to the Law Fund since over 200 Law alumni gave to the Law Fund during the challenge.
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Associate Professor of Law and Anthropology Khiara M. Bridges was named to the 2014 Lawyers of Color “50 Under 50” list, which recognizes the nation’s most influential minority law professors 50 years of age or younger.
BLSA Takes Home Second Consecutive Chapter of the Year Award For the second year in a row, the Boston University Black Law Students Association has been named the Chapter of the Year, Northeast Region, Medium Size (25–50 members) at NEBLSA’s annual regional convention. As one of the law school’s most active student groups, BU’s BLSA chapter spearheads cultural and social events like the Jazz Soiree and Building Bridges networking event, which promote its key mission to foster a strong community among members and alumni. In addition, BLSA strives to impact the local community through service. The BLSA chapter also was named Top Graduate Group at BU’s Universitywide student group awards last spring.
BU LAW GRADS MAKING PARTNER AT A STEADY CLIP The National Law Journal (NLJ) has ranked BU Law #9 in the nation for alumni promoted from associate to partner at 250 of the largest US law firms in 2013. A total of 17 alumni made partner last year, placing BU Law ahead of UCLA, Stanford, UCBerkeley, and Vanderbilt. “Our graduates are well prepared for the professional demands of big law practice,” says Dean O’Rourke. “Large firms that hire our graduates get practice-ready associ-
Jean-Philip Brignol (’15), Yareni Sanchez (’15), Nichole Beiner (’15), and Terrance Lanier (’15) accept the Chapter of the Year award at NEBLSA’s regional convention in Albany, NY.
ates with the talent and determination to rise to the partner level.” The NLJ also ranked BU Law 24th among all law schools for the highest percentage of 2013 JD graduates hired by the largest 250 firms. BU LAW OFFERS PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION BANKING PROGRAMS IN DC AND BOSTON Boston University School of Law’s Graduate Program in Banking & Financial Law has spearheaded two major professional education events in the last six months. Last May
in Washington, DC, the School hosted the intensive threeday Fundamentals of Banking Law—originally developed 18 years ago by senior ABA Banking Law committee members to offer lawyers specialized training in banking law, given its growing complexity. Additionally, in October, BU Law hosted Basics of Financial Services Compliance, an introduction to compliance risk management for regulated banking and financial services organizations, in partnership with The Clearing House Association.
NEW FUNDAMENTALS TRACK FOR AMERICAN LAW STUDENTS OFFERS BAR-RELATED FOCUS Recently, BU Law introduced a new optional “Fundamentals Track” for American Law LLM students who intend to take a state bar exam. The program provides intensive exposure to two of the most challenging bar-related topics—Real Property and Evidence— and is taught in a condensed format in the spring semester. Students are expected to take both classes, though they may enroll in either individually.
LLM ALUMNI AMBASSADORS PROGRAM LAUNCHES In Spring 2014, BU Law launched the LLM Alumni Ambassadors Program, through which admitted LLM students are connected with our global network of graduates. With representatives in 28 countries, this group connects with students, answering questions and sharing stories about the BU Law experience. Thank you, ambassadors, for your time and support of BU Law. See the ambassadors: www.bu.edu/law/ llm_ambassadors THE RECORD | Fall 2014
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BU LAW FACULTY
Behind the Scenes
Curiosity is one of the permanent and certain characteristics of a vigorous intellect.
BU Law faculty are more than renowned educators and scholars—they are passionately curious students of the world, as well as the laws that govern it. They demonstrate their natural inquisitiveness through endeavors as diverse as their intellectual interests, complementing their commitment to academic rigor with athletics, music, and more. Learn what drives our faculty outside of the classroom, which makes them better teachers of the law when inside. Watch the videos of our faculty at www.bu.edu/law/faculty
GERALD F. LEONARD
Law Alumni Scholar and Professor of Law Avid Cyclist AB, Oberlin College PhD in History, University of Michigan
“Riding gives you an extraordinary sense of power—power and freedom. When you’re on a bike, which is an amazing machine, you just feel like you can do a lot more.”
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JD magna cum laude, University of Michigan
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ROBERT D. SLOANE
R. Gordon Butler Scholar in International Law and Professor of Law Classical Guitarist BA magna cum laude, Columbia College JD, Yale University Diploma, Hague Academy of International Law
“Teaching law is very much a left-brain activity. And I think of guitar playing as a complement to that. It gives me the opportunity to use the right brain, to engage in music, and to enjoy something that I'm really passionate about.”
ABIGAIL R. MONCRIEFF
Associate Professor of Law Figure Skater
BA cum laude, Wellesley College JD with honors, University of Chicago Law School
“I think what I enjoy most about ice skating is how challenging it is. The hardest part is the courage that it takes to try something that you know you're not going to succeed at.”
Watch the videos at www.bu.edu/law/faculty
KHIARA M. BRIDGES
Associate Professor of Law and Anthropology Ballet Dancer BA summa cum laude, Spelman College JD, Columbia Law School
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PhD with distinction, Columbia University
“There's a continuity between performing in dance and teaching in front of a class . . . if I've had any success in academia, it's because I have the other part of my life. It just makes me feel that I am a whole person.”
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On May 18, the Boston University School of Law community convened at the Agganis Arena for its 141st Commencement exercises. The Honorable Juan R. Torruella (’57), US Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, delivered the Commencement remarks, after which LLM in American Law candidate Zainab Ali and JD candidate Chaloea Williams reflected on the BU Law experience in their student addresses. Following the awards presentation and conferral of degrees, 454 graduates celebrated with family and friends at a reception.
“I challenge you to commit to embracing difference, even when it forces you to question your own beliefs. And I encourage you to remain open to growing and learning from your peers—that, collectively, we may become the extraordinary lawyers and leaders we are destined to be.” —Chaloea Williams 24
“We are taking with us today the guidance of the administration, the wisdom given to us by professors, new experiences and innumerable memories to cherish, and, most importantly, friendships that span across the world and transcend all geographical borders and boundaries.” —Zainab Ali
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“Looking back in a few years you will find that even if the road has dipped and turned in time, your law degree will be invaluable to having obtained a successful and satisfying professional life. If I have learned one thing from my own career, it is to appreciate the incredible versatility of a law degree.” —The Honorable Juan R. Torruella
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PUBLIC INTEREST/PRO BONO NEWS BU Law students are increasingly interested in public service and pro bono work as part of their legal education, while our faculty and alumni consistently demonstrate a commitment to public interest in their professional lives. Here are a few highlights from the past year.
The organizations where students volunteered include: • AIDS Action Committee (Boston) • Bet Tzedek (Los Angeles) • Center for Law and Education (Boston) • Death Penalty Litigation Clinic (Kansas City) • Fair Employment Project (Boston) • Massachusetts Association of Conservation Commissions (Boston) • Massachusetts Law Reform Institute (Boston) • Michigan Legal Services (Detroit) • Mississippi Center for Justice (Biloxi, MS) • New Jersey Institute for Social Justice (Newark) • Orleans Public Defenders (New Orleans) • Pine Tree Legal Services (Portland, ME) • Refugee & Immigration Assistance Program of Catholic Charities (Newark) • South Texas Pro Bono Asylum Representation Project (Harlingen, TX) • Victim Rights Law Center (Boston) • Volunteer Lawyers Project (Boston)
HONORS In April, the White House and US Department of Health & Human Services honored Manjusha P. Kulkarni (’95) as a “Champion of Change” for her work educating Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders about the Affordable Care Act.
BU LAW CELEBRATES PRO BONO ACCOMPLISHMENTS In the spring, BU Law hosted the annual Year-End Pro Bono Celebration to recognize two alumni and one faculty member for their lifelong commitment to pro bono work, as well as the graduating 3L and LLM students who completed the most pro bono hours during their Law tenure. Recipients in 2013–2014 were: • Public Service Alumni Award: Avner Shapiro (’94) • Pro Bono Alumni Award: Angela Gomes (’05) • Pro Bono Faculty Award: David McHaffey (’95) • JD Pro Bono Award: Elizabeth McIntyre (’14) • LLM Pro Bono Award: Zhaokun Duan (LLM’14)
BU Law to Award New Fellowship to Students to Work as Public Defenders Boston University School of Law has agreed to join a select group of law schools in the Gideon’s Promise Law School Partnership Project (LSPP) that will provide fulltime fellowships to students to work in under-resourced public defender offices. BU Law joins the law schools at Northwestern University, University of Chicago, UCLA, NYU, and American University in this program being coordinated by Gideon’s Promise, a nonprofit organization in Atlanta dedicated to public defense reform. The LSPP is funded in part by a $1 million, three-year grant from the US Department of Justice’s Bureau of Justice Assistance. The first recipient of the fellowship is Thomas McCants (‘14). BU Law Announces 2014 Public Service Fellows BU Law awards full-time public service fellowships to a select group of its most recent graduates to provide legal assistance for up to a year to underfunded nonprofit organizations and government agencies nationally and abroad. The Class of 2014 Fellows are: • Irene Burga, Natural Resources Defense Council, Santa Monica, CA • Emily Crim, Elder, Health & Disability Unit, Greater Boston Legal Services, Boston, MA
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BU Law Students Spend Spring Break Doing Pro Bono Work in Nine Cities Sixty-two BU Law students participated in the School’s spring break pro bono service trips to nine cities across the United States to work on a variety of legal issues, ranging from foreclosure prevention to disaster recovery to language access. Each group comprised two to fourteen students, with involvement from a BU Law professor, staff member, or alumnus. These pro bono service trips provide students with an opportunity to bring their classroom learning into the field and to assist clients with a variety of real-world legal issues.
• Lisa Gilbert, Office of the General Counsel, New York City Transit Authority, New York, NY • Anna Gurevich, Office of General Counsel, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, MA • Katelyn Kramer, The Volunteer Project of the Boston Bar Association, Boston, MA (N. Neal Pike Disability Rights Fellowship) • Chelsea Lewis, Office of the General Counsel, New York City Transit Authority, New York, NY • Dianna Michelle Martinez, Immigrant Rights Clinic, BU Civil Litigation Program, Boston, MA • Elena Noureddine, Political Asylum/Immigration Representation Project, Boston, MA • Lys Runnerstrom, Twentieth Judicial District Attorney, Boulder, CO • Lauren Shryne, Consumer Law Unit, Greater Boston Legal Services, Boston, MA
• Orla Thompson, Office of the General Counsel, New York City Transit Authority, New York, NY • Jessica Ziehler, Fifteenth Judicial Circuit, Office of the State of Florida Public Defender, West Palm Beach, FL ALTARESCU FELLOWSHIPS FUND SUMMER WORK FOR FIVE STUDENTS In 2011, Howard S. Altarescu (’74) pledged $100,000 over five years to establish the Altarescu Public Interest Summer Fellowships, which have helped up to five students per year gain invaluable handson legal experience at a variety of public interest organizations and agencies. The 2014 recipients and their hosting organizations were: • Samuel Gorski (’16), Legal Advocacy Program at Casa Myrna Vazquez, Boston, MA • David Griffin (’16), Legal Aid Society of Metropolitan Family Services, Chicago, IL
Glenn Lau-Kee (‘74), Michael Fricklas (‘84), Dean Maureen O’Rourke, Betsy Plevan (‘70) and Seymour James (‘74) at a BU Law reception in New York City
• Gillian Stoddard Leatherberry (’15), Center for Reproductive Rights, New York, NY • Remi Vespi (’15), Political Asylum/Immigration Representation Project, Boston, MA
• Nicole Wolfman (’15), Roxbury/Dorchester District Court Trial Unit (Public Defender Division), Roxbury, MA ALUM PUBLIC SERVICE ACCOLADES BU Law presented its annual DC Public Service Award to ePals Co-Founder and Director Nina B. Zolt (’76) at a reception in April for her work over the
STUDENTS EARN PUBLIC INTEREST FELLOWSHIPS Aaron Horth (’15) was named a John J. Curtin, Jr. Fellow and a Gideon’s Promise Summer Law Clerk. Through these prestigious programs, he spent the summer working at the Shelby County Public Defender’s Office in Memphis, TN.
Thomas McCants (’14) was chosen as BU Law’s Gideon’s Promise Fellow. He was placed at the Augusta Public Defender’s Law Office in Augusta, GA, as part of the
Gideon’s Promise Law School Partnership Project.
Lucy Sun (’14) received the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Fellowship, a twoyear opportunity that allows entry-level attorneys to complete rotations through three of the agency’s five bureaus: Executive; Business and Labor; Criminal; Government; and Public Protection and Advocacy.
Elizabeth Hasse (’14) was awarded an Equal Justice Works Fellowship to fund her work at the Tahirih Justice Center in Houston, TX.
Elizabeth McIntyre (’14) was named an Equal Justice Works Fellow, in Greater Boston Legal Services’ CambridgeSomerville office, where she will protect the educational and health care rights of poor children in Boston Public Schools.
last 17 years helping children around the world develop and refine their reading skills. Last winter, BU Law honored three alumni in New York who have gone above and beyond in their public service work: Betsy Plevan (’70), Seymour James, Jr. (’74), and Glenn Lau-Kee (’74) have all served or are serving as presidents of the New York City or State Bar, and have all excelled in promoting the ideals of public service through their practices and bar association activities.
Want to support students working in public interest through a fellowship? Contact Assistant Dean for Development & Alumni Relations Terry McManus at 617-353-8012 or email@example.com Want student or alumni help with your pro bono work? Contact the Career Development Office to be matched with others interested in your project. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
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JD CLASS OF 2017 STATS
24 Average age
LANGUAGES SPOKEN: AT LEAST 26
Number of Applicants
4233 36% Women
TOP FEEDER SCHOOLS:
Students of Color
Number of Matriculants
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UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS— AMHERST BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA— LOS ANGELES NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
have 3+ years of work experience.
earned an advanced degree in another field.
LLM PROGRAM STATS PROGRAM
108 total enrollments 30 countries represented
• LLM IN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
2 total enrollments 2 countries represented
• LLM IN BANKING AND FINANCIAL LAW
65 total students 23 countries represented
• RESIDENTIAL GRADUATE TAX PROGRAM
59 total students 13 countries represented
• LEGAL ENGLISH CERTIFICATE PROGRAM
29 students 8 countries represented
• EXECUTIVE LLM 37 students 20 countries represented (including alumni, 30 countries)
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• AMERICAN LAW
AWARDS AND HONORS
PHOTO BY JOHN GILLOOLY
BU Law honors 2014 Silver Shingle award winners As part of the festivities of Alumni Weekend
(Irving Picard ’66), Distinguished Service to
presented annually to an outstanding BU Law
2014, BU Law held its annual Silver Shingle
the School (Christine Marx), Distinguished
administrative staff member, was given to
Awards gala at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel
Service to the Community (Daniel Rubinstein
on Saturday, September 20. Four awards,
’95), and the Young Lawyer’s Chair (Lt.
which recognize outstanding alumni, faculty,
Commander Jacob Romelhardt ’05). A
and friends of the law school, were given:
separate honor, the Gerard H. Cohen Award
Distinguished Service to the Profession
for Distinguished Service to the School,
To see bios of the winners visit www.bu.edu/law/silvershingle
Silver Shingle 2014 winners: (left to right) Christine Marx, Daniel Rubinstein, Lt. Commander Jacob Romelhardt, Linda Skinner, and Irving Picard, with Dean Maureen O’Rourke
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ALUMNI WEEKEND 2014
Following the dedication of the Sumner M. Redstone Building on Friday, September 19, BU Law alumni celebrated their homecoming at several festive events throughout Alumni Weekend 2014. A special Golden Circle Dinner honored graduates of the Class of 1964 and earlier, while members of classes ending in ’4 and ’9 reconnected during their respective milestone-reunion parties. The weekend culminated in the annual gala dinner and Silver Shingle Awards presentation, held Saturday night at the Mandarin Oriental Boston in the Back Bay. 30
To see more photos from Alumni Reunion Weekend 2014, visit Benedict Fitzgerald (’39), Paula Butler, and Robert Butler (’55)
Members of the Class of 2009 celebrating their 5-year Reunion.
Kenneth Ingber (â€™79) celebrated his 35th Reunion with his wife Selma Ingber (SSWâ€™78).
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(Above) Law school students joined in the celebration of the Redstone Building Dedication. (Left) Alumni, students, faculty, staff, and friends gathered in the Robert T. Butler Atrium to celebrate the dedication of the Redstone Building.
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Kenneth P. Morrison (‘83)
fter graduating from Yale University, Ken Morrison (’83) did not want to practice law. As a young economic consultant, he envisioned a future in investment banking or consulting—not the law—while helping Cravath, Swaine & Moore prepare the testimony of economists for US v. IBM. Even when he dual-enrolled at BU Law and MIT’s Sloan School of Management, he had “low expectations for law school.” Morrison now laughs at that notion, saying he has “never looked back” since accepting his first legal position after law school. Two years later, he was recruited by classmate Kevin Van Wart (’82) to Kirkland & Ellis’s Chicago office, where he has practiced law ever since. Today Morrison is partner in charge of Kirkland’s top-ranking Asset Finance & Securitization Practice group. Over the last 30 years, he has established one of the top securitization practices in the United States. He has represented hundreds of originators, underwriters, conduit sponsors, services, and other parties in transactions involving auto, real estate, and other specialty asset classes. And he has been active in asset-backed securities reform matters, taking leading roles in drafting a number of comment letters regarding the DoddFrank Act, waterfall computer programs, auto sector disclosure, and other matters. When Morrison was a student at BU Law, the practice area of securitization did not exist. But three of his classmates, he notes, are now leading the field: Dan Mette (’82), a securitization lawyer at FisherBroyles in New York, was in Morrison’s 1L study
group; Stephen Sepinuck (’84), professor and associate dean of administration at Gonzaga University School of Law, edited Morrison’s note in the American Journal of Law & Medicine; and Robert Khuzami (’83), former director of enforcement for the US Securities and Exchange Commission and current partner in Kirkland’s Government & Internal Investigations Practice, was the editor-in-chief of AJLM during their 3L year. Morrison says that he enjoys the intellectual challenge that comes along with practicing in such a rapidly evolving area. Every day he is required to apply the critical reasoning and analysis that first attracted him to the law during his days at BU. And now, in light of his professional success, Morrison feels driven to give back, particularly in ways that impact education. An Eagle Scout, Morrison served as scoutmaster of
Troop 5 in Wilmette, Illinois, for 10 years before joining the board of directors of the Northeast Illinois Council of the Boy Scouts of America. “I have found it really energizing because you’re working with youth and instilling values in them and helping them to grow up,” he says. “I feel the same way about law students—I really enjoy providing guidance and helping graduates who can represent clients zealously.” Both of his sons, John and Thomas, are also Eagle Scouts. Morrison and his wife, Susan, have been invaluable resources to Boston University and the School of Law in recent years. Last semester, for example, he was on campus to guest lecture in a secured transactions class, have lunch with students, and offer individual counseling to a number of students—one of whom ended up landing a job with Kirkland after heeding his advice.
He has given generously toward BU Law’s Campaign, in terms of both time and financial support, serving on the Dean’s Advisory Board and giving at the President’s Circle level in support of the Building Fund. As someone who prides himself on never having taken the elevators during his time in the law tower, Morrison says he is thrilled to be a part of the transformation of the law school campus. Morrison serves as the University’s chairman for the Midwest Region, and last year, he was elected to the University’s Board of Overseers, where he has enjoyed helping advance the strategic vision of the institution—a real change from the day-to-day practice of law, he says. It’s been particularly rewarding, given that his son, Thomas, an economics major and member of the men’s varsity crew team, graduated from the College of Arts & Sciences in May. “I think it is important to give back, and this is a place where I know I can make a real difference,” says Morrison of his reinvigorated dedication to BU and the School of Law. “Am I surprised at how much support the law school has received in recent years? I’m not sure—but it certainly is terrific, and it’s really exciting to be a part of it all.”
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Philip S. Beck, Esq. Partner Bartlit Beck Herman Palenchar & Scott LLP
Lisa G. Beckerman, Esq. Partner Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld LLP
Edward W. Brooke US Senator, Massachusetts (ret.)
Robert T. Butler, Esq. Chairman Subaru Distributors Corp.
Gerard H. Cohen, Esq. CEO, President and Treasurer Western Carriers, Inc.
Ellen J. Flannery, Esq. Partner Covington & Burling LLP
Michael D. Fricklas, Esq. Executive Vice President, General Counsel & Secretary Viacom, Inc.
Richard Cartier Godfrey, Esq. Partner Kirkland & Ellis LLP (BU Law Campaign Chair)
Robert B. Goldfarb, Esq. President HRW Resources
William H. Kleh, Esq. General Counsel (ret.) Invesco Ltd.
Peter S. Linden, Esq. Partner Kirby McInerney LLP
Peter McCausland, Esq. Executive Chairman Airgas, Inc.
Hugh (Rick) McCombs, Esq.
Kenneth P. Morrison, Esq. Partner Kirkland & Ellis LLP
Linda S. Peterson, Esq. Associate General Counsel Occidental Petroleum Corp.
Betsy B. Plevan, Esq. Partner Proskauer Rose LLP
Ryan K. Roth Gallo, Esq. Attorney-at-Law Law Offices of Ryan Roth Gallo
J. Michael Schell, Esq.
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Howard Xinhua Zhang, Esq. Partner Davis Polk & Wardwell
Stephen M. Zide, Esq. Managing Director Bain Capital LLC
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CLASS NOTES JURIS DOCTOR (JD) PROGRAM
Chris F. Gillotti has been selected by the Pennsylvania Bar Association (PBA) Board of Governors as the recipient of the PBA’s 2013 Special Achievement Award, and was chosen to be included in the 2013 edition of The Best Lawyers in America.
Stephen H. Biller was named in the 2013 edition of The Best Lawyers in America list of outstanding attorneys. Demitrios M. Moschos has been honored with the 2013 Cushing-Gavin LaborManagement Counsel Award.
John J. Reagan joined One Global Mediation LLC and assumed leadership of its Entertainment and Media sector.
Lawrence T. Graham retired from his position as president of the National Confectioners Association. Betsy B. Plevan was honored by Boston University School of Law for her service as president of the New York City Bar Association.
Paul H. Rothschild of Bacon Wilson PC has been named a New England “Super Lawyer” in Boston magazine. He is a 10-time recipient of the “Super Lawyer” distinction.
Paul R. Salvage, of Bacon Wilson PC, was named a New England “Super Lawyer” in Boston magazine. He is a 10-time recipient of the “Super Lawyer” distinction and was chosen as one of The Best Lawyers in America for 10+ years for bankruptcy and creditor-debtor rights law.
Ralph A. Barbagallo recently served as president of the Rockingham County Bar Association. Lee Eliot Berk received an honorary degree from Brown University, his undergraduate alma mater.
Tom Cox joined National Consumer Law Center as of counsel in foreclosure defense work.
Bruce J. Berman published a 2014 edition of his book, Berman’s Florida Civil Procedure (Thomson West). Joseph Carleton was admitted to the prestigious College of Community Association Leaders.
Paul Braverman was appointed to the Board of Managers at Leerink Swann Holdings LLC.
Harvey M. Kaplan announced the closing of his firm, Kaplan, Friedman & Associates LLP, as of December 31, 2013. Glenn Lau-Kee recently took office as the president of the New York State Bar Association. BU Law honored him in the winter for his service. James Purcell joined Mediation.com to offer mediation services with a focus on health care law. P. Benjamin Zuckerman joined Berger Singerman as a partner and member of the Dispute Resolution Team in the firm’s Boca Raton office.
Richard Collier received the St. Thomas More Award, presented to a Catholic attorney or judge who exemplifies a commitment to moral conscience and an intense concern for others in the pursuit of justice. Philip J. Moss, a veteran employment law attorney, has retired from Fisher & Phillips as of December 31, 2013. As of January 1, 2014, he has commenced practice as an arbitrator and mediator of labor and employment disputes. Howard Weisman has joined Baker & McKenzie’s Compliance practice as counsel.
Charles L. Babcock has been recognized as a top lawyer by Chambers USA:
Leighton Chong released his first book, Song of Planet Earth, which was inspired by a two-month trip around the world.
America’s Leading Lawyers for Business. He was also selected as a 2013 “Super Lawyer” in Texas.
Seymour W. James, Jr. was honored by Boston University School of Law for his service as president of the New York State Bar Association.
Virginia D. Benjamin has received the 2014 ORT America Jurisprudence Award from the Northeast Ohio Region of ORT America.
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Honorable Cheryl E. Chambers was recognized by Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke as one of five outstanding black women judges in Brooklyn.
Bruce T. Block has recently been recognized as a Legal Profession Leader in Real Estate by Chambers USA.
Joel G. Chefitz has been named “Midwest Litigator of the Year” at the 2014 Benchmark Litigation US Awards.
Jonathan P. Feltner was honored as an InHouse Leader 2014 by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly.
Stephen Erickson was appointed to the Rhode Island State Board of Elections.
Lois Herzeca, partner at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP, co-authored Fashion
Robert J. Glovsky has recently been appointed to the President’s Advisory Council on Financial Capability for Young Americans by President Obama. Jack Alan Rovner was honored as the 2014 Lawyer of the Year for health care law in Chicago by Best Lawyers. He is the firm principal of The Health Law Consultancy, which was ranked Chicago Metropolitan Tier 1 and National Tier 2 for health law by the Best Lawyers 2014 “Best Law Firms” survey. Nina B. Zolt, co-founder and director of ePals, was awarded Boston University School of Law’s DC Public Service Award 2014.
James Hochman has been named partner at Arnstein & Lehr LLP. Steven D. Huff was recognized as a Legal Profession Leader in Labor and Employment: Employee Benefits & Compensation by Chambers USA.
Stephen Alpert joined Stradley Ronon’s New York office as counsel. Jan Levine received the Thomas F. Blackwell Memorial Award for outstanding achievement in legal writing. The award is presented by the Association of Legal Writing Directors and the Legal Writing Institute. Robert A. Sherman has been appointed US Ambassador to Portugal by President Obama. Janet Shirley was named a 2014 “Super Lawyer” in Georgia.
Law and Business: Brands and Retailers (Practicing Law Institute 2013). The book covers a variety of legal and business issues faced by designers, suppliers, apparel manufacturers, and retailers in the fashion world. It provides an authoritative overview of fashion industry considerations, including the application of patent, trademark, and copyright law; contractual relationships and regulatory issues; legal issues in leasing and licensing stores; and labor and employment issues related to the fashion industry. Michael C. Loulakis was honored with Design-Build Institute of America’s Lifetime Achievement Award. Paula K. Stein was appointed executive director of the Bachmann-Strauss Dystonia and Parkinson Foundation.
Department, by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. Barbara L. Mandell joined Rader, Fishman & Grauer as partner. Richard S. Novak has joined Pierce Atwood as partner. Honorable Barbara L. Raimondi was appointed and sworn in as a district court judge in Maine. Neal Wolkoff was appointed chairman of OTC Markets Group board.
Lorraine Cherrick has been named one of St. Louis’s Most Influential Business Women by the St. Louis Business Journal. Carl N. Weiner, an attorney with Hamburg, Rubin, Mullin, Maxwell & Lupin PC, recently addressed the Montgomery County Zoning Officers’ Association Seminar on the topic of zoning law. He also presented a seminar entitled “Understanding Land Development, Condominiums & Planned Unit Developments” at the Pennsylvania Land Title Institute.
Jason R. Baron has been awarded the 2014 Justice Tom C. Clark Award for Outstanding Government Lawyer, given by the DC Chapter of the Federal Bar Association for outstanding accomplishments of career-service lawyers employed by the United States government in the District of Columbia. Kevin Corbett joined Safarian Choi Bolstad’s Los Angeles office as a partner in the firm’s real estate practice group. Jeffry A. Davis was named “Lawyer of the Year” in San Diego Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights/Insolvency and Reorganization Law by Best Lawyers. Honorable Barbara Kapnick was appointed to the Appellate Division of the New York Supreme Court, First
Gary M. Feldman has been recognized as a Legal Profession Leader in Labor and Employment Litigation by Chambers USA. Paul L. Feldman has been recognized as a Legal Profession Leader in General Commercial Litigation by Chambers USA. Ira L. Herman was listed in New York Super Lawyers and Rising Stars 2013.
David E. Kelley—along with Jay Leno, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, News Corps founder Rupert Murdoch, network executive Brandon Stoddard, and sound pioneer Ray Dolby (posthumously)—was inducted into the Television Academy Hall of Fame in March 2014.
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Karen J. Kepler joined Murtha Cullina LLP as partner. Robert Khuzami joined Kirkland & Ellis as a partner in the global Government, Regulatory and Internal Investigations Practice. Laura Peabody was appointed senior vice president of legal affairs and chief legal officer at North Shore-LIJ Health System. Philip Schiff was named CEO of the Tech Council of Maryland. Deborah Schwartz released a new novel, Woman on Top (Laudan Press, 2013). Sari Ann Strasburg is excited to announce the 10-year anniversary of Strasburg Law PLLC, a recipient of the 2013 NH Excellence Award from the Small Business Institute for Excellence in Commerce. Strasburg was previously honored with the 2007 NH Business Excellence Award for Excellence in Law. She has received MartindaleHubbell’s AV Preeminent Rating, its highest professional distinction. Susan Yashar was appointed as the DTTL general counsel for Deloitte.
Charles W. Calkins of Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton has been named to the Triad Business Journal’s listing of the 2013 “Most Influential” leaders. Michael B. Kaplowitz has been re-elected to the Westchester County Legislature. He was also elected chairman of the Board of Legislators. Kenneth F. McGunagle was re-elected as the chairperson of the ALS Association’s National Board of Representatives.
Alden J. Bianchi was named to the 2013 Staffing 100, a list of the top 100 most influential individuals in the staffing industry.
Gary Birnberg was named to Brazilian and French-American Commercial Dispute Resolution Panels.
Practice group in Portland, Maine, as shareholder.
Nancy A. Daly has been elected to Brookline’s Board of Selectmen.
Beverly Hjorth joined the McLane Law Firm’s intellectual property department.
Thomas J. Dufour received the 2014 Anthony V. DeMayo Pro Bono Award from the Connecticut Bar Association.
Karen Lee Ling was named senior vice president and chief human resources officer at Forest Laboratories Inc.
F. Theresa (Teri) Hart recently accepted a new position as director of Health Care and Compliance at Planned Parenthood of Hawaii and will be based in Honolulu. She will continue to maintain a health care management consulting practice in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Shari Odenheimer joined Chamberlain, Hrdlicka, White, Williams, & Aughtry as a shareholder.
Samuel Hoar, Jr. has been appointed to serve on the Vermont Superior Court by Governor Peter Shumlin. Stephanie S. Lovell was honored as an InHouse Leader 2014 by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly.
David B. Gelfarb has been re-elected to a second term on the Westchester County Legislature as chairman of the Public Safety Committee. Donna Rabinowitz joined Hudson Abstract Services Professional in New City, NY, as a title agent.
Neil B. Oberfeld was named board chair of the Anti-Defamation League’s Mountain States Region. Steven Peck joined Proskauer Rose as a partner in the firm’s Corporate department and Private Equity and Mergers & Acquisitions groups. David Scott Sloan was named chairman of the board of trustees of the Boston Conservatory.
Patricia French joined Bernstein Shur’s Energy and Environmental Law
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Thomas Schulte was confirmed as a board of finance member by the New Canaan Town Council. Veronica Serrato has been appointed executive director of the Greater Boston Citizenship Initiative. She was also named one of Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly’s “Top Women of Law.” Joe Ternullo was appointed president of the US subsidiary of Kinmatix, DeviceSpace. Nicola Tsongas was honored at the Boston Chamber of Commerce Pinnacle Awards luncheon with the Achievement in Government Award.
Chris A. Draper joined the Litigation department of Greenspoon Marder in the West Palm Beach office. David Goldberg joined Katten Munchin Rosenman LLP as a partner. Andrew J. Melnick was named chief litigation counsel at RCS Capital Corporation (RCAP), where he will lead litigation management functions across the RCAP platform and support litigation and merger and acquisition efforts throughout the RCAP family of companies. Steven D. Pohl, a partner at Brown Rudnick LLP, has been honored by the US Bankruptcy Court with its first pro bono recognition award for Eastern Massachusetts.
Deane B. Brown has been included in the “Top 100 Lawyers in Illinois” list for the second consecutive year. She has also been included in the “Top 50 Women Lawyers in Illinois” for the fifth consecutive year in Illinois Super Lawyers Magazine. Brian L. Gaudet was distinguished as a Legal Profession Leader in Taxation by Chambers USA 2014. Eric Gouvin was named dean of Western New England University School of Law. Lee Andrew Lazarus has recently been named chief operating officer of Grandparents.com, Inc. Charles W. Normand joined Hinckley Allen as a partner in the firm’s Health Care practice. Sabita Singh was named one of the “5 Most Renowned US-Indian Attorneys” by Silicon India News.
Lizette M. Peréz-Deisboeck was honored as an In-House Leader 2014 by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly.
Aaron Afilalo joined Peerform as general counsel.
Lincoln Bandlow has been named by The Hollywood Reporter as a 2014 “Top 100 Power Lawyer.” Simon J. Miller has recently joined Blank Rome LLP as partner in their corporate litigation group. Catherine S. Stempien was recently promoted to vice president of corporate development at Duke Energy Corp. Brian Stolar was appointed village attorney for Woodsburgh, New York.
Kelly Bates was recognized by BU Law with the 2013 Victor J. Garo Public Service Award. Brent Britton has been named managing partner in the new Tampa office of De La Peña & Holiday LLP. Michael Flaherty was honored by the American Diabetes Association as a “Father of the Year.” The award recognizes men who have made family a priority, while balancing a demanding career and community involvement. Avner Shapiro received the BU Law 2014 Public Service Alumni Award. Karen Milne Wells has recently been appointed director of the Investigations and Enforcement Bureau of the Massachusetts Gaming Commission.
David Brodsky was named a “Five Star” wealth manager by Boston magazine. Derek Cohen joined Goodwin Procter’s New York office as a partner in the Securities Litigation & White Collar Defense group.
Trishka W. Cecil was named Princeton municipal attorney. Melissa Langa, an adjunct professor in BU Law’s Graduate Tax Program, was named the 2014 Estate Planner of the Year by the Boston Estate Planning Council. She was also named one of Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly’s “Top Women of Law.” J. Frank Vespa-Papaleo has recently been named the principal deputy director of fair lending at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Michael E. Harrington will be climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro to fulfill a promise to his son, Thomas, who was diagnosed with brain cancer in 2012 and survived brain surgery. Michael will be taking Thomas, his surgeon, and a few friends with him on the climb. He intends to use the climb to raise brain tumor awareness, as well as funds for brain tumor researchers. Edward M. Montes was named chief revenue officer of DataXu.
Marc E. Kenny was appointed partner at Nixon Peabody LLP in the Private Equity & Investment Funds practice.
Marisa Pizzi was named one of Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly’s “Top Women of Law.”
Robert Kim was named partner at Cadwalader.
Janet M. Torres joined the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts as the director of government and community engagement.
Manjusha P. Kulkarni has received a Champion of Change award from the White House and Department of Health & Human Services for her work in providing education and outreach on the Affordable Care Act, as well as enrollment assistance in California’s health benefit exchange to help ensure access to quality health care services for Southern California’s South Asian community. David McHaffey received the BU Law 2014 Pro Bono Faculty Award. Salle Yoo has been appointed general counsel of Uber.
Grace Garcia was named one of Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly’s “Top Women of Law.” M. Brad Lawrence has been named partner at Cantor Colburn LLP. Erica E. McGregor has been recognized in 2014 as one of The Best Lawyers in America in Trusts and Estates law. Kimberly Nuzum was honored as an InHouse Leader 2014 by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly.
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Larry J. Samuelson is the general counsel of Cvent Inc., which was recognized as the top Washington In-House Legal Department for “Big Deals” by the National Law Journal.
Mika Mayer was named “Patent Prosecution Attorney of the Year: Medical Devices” at the LMG Life Sciences Awards.
Colin Van Dyke has been selected to participate in Boston’s Future Leaders Program.
Ranan Z. Well joined Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young LLP as partner.
Rebecca Lee Fordon joined Brown Rudnick LLP as partner.
Beth E. Bookwalter was named special counsel at WilmerHale.
Joel S. Barras has been promoted to partner at Reed Smith LLP.
Seth M. Kean was promoted to partner at Reed Smith LLP.
John Littizi was appointed vice president and senior counsel at W.R. Berkley.
Christina M. Sperry joined Mintz Levin’s patent and trademark practice.
Justin B. Rand became a partner at McDermott Will & Emery LLP.
Jesse Goldfine was elected to the board of the Stowe Land Trust in Vermont. The trust is dedicated to the conservation of scenic, recreational, and productive farm and forestlands for the benefit of the Stowe community. Doralba Lassalle joined Morelli, Gerrard & Lassalle LLP as a partner. Peyton Worley was elected partner at Cooley LLP in Palo Alto, CA. Robert G. Young joined Bowditch & Dewey as counsel in the firm’s Labor, Employment and Higher Education practice group.
Melissa Davis of McDermott Will & Emery was named one of Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly’s “Top Women of Law.”
Keeley Aleman was honored as an InHouse Leader 2014 by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly.
Sa’adiya Masoud received BU Law’s Young Lawyer’s Chair. The award recognizes alumni whose performance and commitment, in 10 years or less since graduation, reflect great credit on the School of Law. Anna M. Piazza was named shareholder at Anderson Kill. John Quick was elected secretary of the 11th Judicial Circuit Historical Society. Sherley Rodriguez was selected to serve on the 2013–2014 Women’s Leadership Initiative by the Women’s Bar Association of Massachusetts.
Laura Flores was elected partner at Bingham McCutchen LLP. Barbara Lauriat has been appointed an Academic Fellow of the Inner Temple, one of the four Inns of Court in London. She has also been appointed a Research Fellow at the Oxford IP Research Centre for a five-year term. Michael Manson was named partner at Bennett and Belfort.
David Edge opened the Law Office of E. David Edge in Norwell, Massachusetts.
Mark H. M. Sosnowsky became a partner at Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP.
Stacy Malone was named one of Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly’s “Top Women of Law,” and inducted into the Circle of Excellence, which recognizes two-time Top-Women honorees.
Russell J. Stein joined the tax group at Sheehan Phinney Bass + Green PA.
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Angela Gomes received the BU Law 2014 Pro Bono Alumni Award.
Scott Pezza joined Blue Hill Research as a principal analyst. Melissa Rones was named partner at Ropes & Gray. Vistor Semah was named a shareholder at Greenberg Traurig’s Miami office.
Tonya Drake, a principal at Fish & Richardson, has been selected as a 2013 “40 Under 40” honoree by the Boston Business Journal. Paul Nikhinson joined Beazley Breach Response Services as privacy breach response services manager.
Adam Paltrowitz joined the Law Offices of Barbara J. Strauss.
Eric P. Carnevale joined Lando & Anastasi LLP as an associate. Carrie C. Turner was awarded a 2014 Distinguished Legal Writing Award presented by The Burton Awards in association with the Library of Congress. Katherine E. Ward has been selected as an honoree for the “Excellence in Pro Bono” award by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly and the Massachusetts Bar Association. She was also named to the Boston Bar Association’s Public Interest Leadership Program.
Hannah Hinton was named assistant commissioner of the Mountain East Athletic Conference. Heather M. Hiznay is an associate at the New York office of Phillips Lytle LLP. Arya Shekar accepted the Business Leader in Human Rights Award, presented by the Political Asylum/ Immigration Representation Project, on behalf of Dimagi, Inc.
Shayda Zaerpoor Le joined Barran Liebman to advise clients on a wide range of employment law issues and focus on counseling higher education institutions with respect to faculty, students, and staff, as well as Title IX and FERPA issues. Shayda is active with the Multnomah Bar Association Young Lawyers Section, serving as the 201415 chair for the New Lawyer Academy, and was honored with the MBA’s 2014 Award of Merit for her work coordinating the Wills for Heroes project. She is licensed to practice in Oregon and Massachusetts. Deborah-Beth Medows was named a chairperson for the Jewish Federation of Northeastern New York’s Joint Society Event. She is a board member of Bet Shraga Hebrew Academy and serves on the Bronfman Youth Fellowships Alumni Advisory Board. Ryan Murphy co-authored the awardwinning children’s book What the Sleepy Animals Do at the Audubon Zoo (Sleepy Animals LLC, 2013).
International Law Journal, January 2012), was cited in the February 8, 2014 edition of The Economist. Cordaro Rodriguez and his band, Sons of Serendip, have competed successfully on America’s Got Talent. Rodriguez plays piano and guitar for the group, a gospel/classical/neo-soul/R&B fusion quartet.
Matthew Bailey, Shaun Donnelly, and Caitlin Gemmill were named assistant district attorneys by the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office. Josh Fairchild joined Cassidy Turley’s Boston office as manager. Nathan A. Hertzog joined the corporate department of Miller & Martin PLLC in the firm’s Chattanooga office. James H. Richard joined Fish & Richardson’s patent group. Marylana Saadeh joined Verrill Dana as an associate in the Health Care group. Brett Weldron joined Gross McGinley in its litigation and employment groups. Emily Westfall has joined Segal McCambridge Singer and Mahoney Ltd as an associate in the firm’s Chicago office. She focuses her practice on the defense of toxic tort claims.
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Nana Annan was named chief operating officer at The Boys’ Club of New York. Darian M. Butcher has recently been appointed to Gay & Lesbian Advocates and Defenders’ board of directors. Julia Mirabella’s note, “Scales of Justice: Assessing Italian Criminal Procedure through the Amanda Knox Trial” (BU
Christine Tretzmueller-Szauer is now working for Deutsche Bank in London as part of the global corporate governance team.
Antonio Rocha Mendes is currently working for Campos Ferreira Sá Carneiro & Associados in Lisbon, Portugal.
Matthias Orthwei became a lecturer in IT and data protection law at the University of Rosenheim, School of Computer Science and Business Information Systems in April 2014.
2001 Gabriela Roitburd Brandt de Carvalho published her first article (of a series of three) about compliance in Brazil in the online edition of ACC Docket in September 2013; she began working at Mattel in October. Irina Brodskaia is now an in-house immigration attorney at NetCracker. Adrien Delecluse is now principal at ASD-CONSULTING LLC. Hubert Eisenack passed the German tax advisor exam and is now working with KPMG/Financial Services Tax in Munich, specializing in taxation of real estate investment transactions and structured finance.
Nina Andersson-Willard became assistant general counsel at Avid Technology in June of 2014. Leila Hubeaut is now a partner at Herbert Smith in Paris, France, specializing in energy and infrastructure. Ivana Nikolic currently works as senior legal counsel to SIX Management AG in Zurich, Switzerland. Evguenia Otchkovskaia is working for Renova Management in New York, where she is deputy general counsel, responsible for international disputes and strategic projects. Last year, she won a nine-digit arbitration award in a LCIA arbitration concerning a shareholder dispute.
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Toshihiro Ueda became general counsel of Asahi Glass Co. (AGC) in June 2014.
Luis Emilio Denuble Sanchez is currently working at Melchionna & Gandolfo LLP in New York City. Luca C. Melchionna was appointed the 2014–2015 vice-chair of the American Bar Association International Section, Europe Committee. Joanna Pecenik is now a senior associate in the private equity/real estate investments practice at Arendt & Medernach in Luxembourg, where she advises both domestic and foreign clients on the structuring, formation, marketing, and management of private equity funds and other alternative vehicles.
Daniel Ivan Puente is now managing counsel at CUPRUM.
Iskandar Mirzoev is now a consultant at UNHCR in Moscow, Russia.
Vittorio Zattra is now the first TLS legal consultant at PwC, in their Verona office. His main focus is on international business transactions and company law.
Yuxiu Fang is now a lawyer with Jean Chen Law Offices in San Jose, CA.
Meng-Jung Hsieh (Mona) is now an attorney at Innolux Corporation in Jhunan Science Park, Taiwan, where she reviews and negotiates contracts and resolves controversies with suppliers or customers.
Byron B. Rooney was elected partner in Davis and Polk’s corporate department, practicing in the Capital Markets Group. Paola Sanchez Hernandez is currently practicing as a corporate lawyer at Creel, Garcia-Cuellar, Aiza y Enriquez in Mexico City.
Francesca Fulchignoni is now a litigation analyst at Sullivan & Cromwell LLP.
Isabel Triana is now an associate at Greenberg Traurig in Washington, DC.
Runhua Guo (Grace) is working with Hogan Lovells, where her work focuses on China IP issues. She joined many of her fellow LLM alumni at the BU Momentum celebration in Beijing, China, in May 2014.
Cyrine Abdelmoula is now an associate at White & Case LLP.
Francesco Paolino is now senior legal counsel for Avanade Italy SRL in Milan.
Marsh Chapel. They are getting married in October 2014.
Sara Mahboob started a short teaching and research assignment as a Human Rights and Social Justice Fellow at the Robson Hall Faculty of Law at the University of Manitoba, in January of 2014. During this assignment, she will be teaching courses on Human Rights in Pakistan and Islamic Law.
David Quinke is now a partner at Gleiss Lutz in Dusseldorf, Germany, where he focuses on corporate litigation and arbitration.
Artemis Akchoti hosted a solo exhibition in May 2014, in Cambridge, MA, featuring artwork that was inspired by A King’s Book of Kings.
Mayalen Lacabarats is now legal counsel in the contracts department at Servier Monde in Paris, France.
Ye Yuan (Stacy) moved from Jones Day to DLA Piper with her team.
Lars Leupolt is currently working at Noerr LLP in Dresden, Germany. Rui Luo is now an examiner at the China Securities Regulatory Commission, in Beijing, China. Isabelle Prado is now a project leader at AMPMI. Wen-Chiao Su returned to campus with her boyfriend, whom she met at BU, in October 2013. During this visit, her boyfriend proposed in front of BU’s
Yoab Bitran is now working as counsel at LRN Latin America. Dana Hunte is now an attorney at Norfolk Probate & Family Court with the Volunteer Lawyers Project. Simon Karlin is now working as Rechtsreferendar at DFL Deutsche Fussbal Bundesliga GmbH. In June 2014, he was officially admitted to the Munich Bar. Elham Marzouk passed the New York Bar exam and is currently working at a French-American company in Paris, France, Starting Dot, where she focuses on IP law. Yuiko Matsumura completed the JD program at BU Law and spent her 3L year at the National University of Singapore through the JD/LLM in Asian Legal Studies dual degree program. Yuiko started as an associate at Hogan Lovells in Tokyo, Japan, after receiving her JD in May 2014. Elias Resinger is currently an associate at Rautner Huber, a boutique banking and finance firm in Vienna, Austria, where he focuses on finance, corporate, M&A, and commercial law matters.
Maria Camacho is now a full-time professor at Universidad del Norte in the city of Barranquilla, Colombia, and she is expecting her first child, a baby boy, to be named Andrés. Xinzi Chen is now working as a law clerk at MT Law LLC. Siena Colegrave passed the New York and Massachusetts State Bar Exams in 2013, and she is currently working at Bingham McCutchen LLP in Boston. She is also a founder of OpenProfile, in addition to her associate position at Bingham. Andrew Croxford was a lecturer in law at BU Law, teaching Deals in the Executive LLM in International Business Law Program. In summer 2014, Andrew started working at Mirick, O’Connell, DeMallie & Lougee LLP in Worcester, MA. Tarik Draidj is now a law clerk in antitrust and trade at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer. Georg Gerstberger is now working at the law firm Arendt & Medernach in Luxembourg. Dong Long started working at King & Wood Mallesons in 2014, and she took the PRC bar exam in summer 2014. Bruna Pacheco completed an internship in the New York City office of Greenberg Traurig before returning to her prior position as an associate at Demarest e Almeida Advogados in São Paulo, Brazil. Gao Qin is currently working at Shanghai United Assets and Equity Exchange. Bhaavya Roy is now an event manager, host, and coordinator at Political Team New York. Isabel San Martin Dizabedia has completed an internship at Bird & Bird, and she began working at Hogan Lovells in Madrid, Spain, in September.
Maarten Jan Tuurenhout returned to Amsterdam and started working at Stibbe practicing antitrust law. GRADUATE PROGRAM IN BANKING & FINANCIAL LAW
Robin Russell received the Louise B. Raggio Award from the State Bar of Texas Women in the Law section.
David Gershon left Bingham McCutchen LLP to become a partner at Manatt, Phelps & Phillips LLP in the San Francisco branch’s Financial Services and Banking practice. Jefferson H. Megargel II has not worked as a solo practitioner since December of 1994. His clients were CIGNA Securities Inc. and Painting By Marge Inc. Write to him at Dumont Center for Rehabilitation & Nursing Care, 676 Pelham Road, New Rochelle, NY 10805.
Michael Spivey is group general counsel and chief ethics officer at Massmart Holdings Limited.
Guarav Dani is the owner of IndusLaw.
Byron B. Rooney was elected partner at Davis Polk in New York, effective July 1, 2014.
John Cole is the vice president of Mortgage Compliance at BBVA Compass.
Michael Goodman is an associate at Sherwood Goodman Lumber Corp.
Raghad Alkhudhairi is an attorney at Al-Osaimi Law Firm. She was able to establish an International Department at the firm in 2012, and since then her group has managed merger and acquisition contracts, bankruptcy, and restructuring of local and international companies. Annie Yan is senior legal counsel at DuPont.
Xinyi Wang is a China associate at Paul Hastings.
Janet Contreras is associate recoupment counsel at Fidelity National Financial. Christian Evans is legal counsel at ACA Compliance Group. Kellen McJunkins is an associate attorney at the Law Offices of Thomas J. Henry. Jan Ryu Koo is legal counsel at Upromise Investments. EXECUTIVE LLM IN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW PROGRAM
Jennifer S. Yoon is now working as an associate at Sullivan & Cromwell. GRADUATE TAX PROGRAM
Gary L. Fialky of Bacon Wilson PC has been named as a New England “Super Lawyer” in Boston magazine. He is a 10-time recipient of this distinction.
Philip D. Murphy has become certified as an elder law attorney by the National Elder Law Foundation, an organization accredited by the ABA.
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Eric Gurgold had a chapter published in the book Inside the Minds, titled “Strategies for Trust and Estates in Florida.” He was also recognized on the 2014 Florida “Super Lawyers” list. David L. Schick has been recognized as one of “America’s Leading Lawyers for Business in Health Care” by Chambers USA, and was named to the 2014 Florida “Super Lawyers” list.
Melissa Langa, principal of the Boston law firm of Bove & Langa and BU Law adjunct professor, was selected by the Boston Estate Planning Council (BEPC) as its 2014 Estate Planner of the Year.
John Russell has been named counsel at Adler, Pollock & Sheehan PC, where his practice includes corporate and business law matters, commercial real estate transactions, land use and zoning issues, mergers and acquisitions, and commercial public finance and tax law. Russell J. Stein joined the Tax Group at Sheehan Phinney’s Boston Office, where his practice will focus on advising clients on various tax aspects of transactions, LLC and partnership formations, and financings, as well as advising clients on nonprofit formation and operations.
Colleen A. Carson made partner at Baskin Fleece in Clearwater, FL.
Robert C. Guth accepted a job as an assistant general counsel for taxation in the Tennessee Department of Revenue.
Annette K. Eaton joined Ruberto, Israel & Weiner in Boston as an associate in the Trusts & Estates Practice Group. Eric Kanno is working as a manager at Deloitte Tax LLP in Brazil.
Kathryn H. Galbraith (Katie), a senior associate in the Tax, Benefits & Compensation Department of Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP, was recently elected to the BBA’s elite group of Public Interest Leaders for 2014–2015, or “PILP 11.”
IN MEMORIAM George Brenneman Barner (’34) James Coyne (’39) Lt. Robert L. Cram (’40) Harold Pearl (’40) Mildred L. Yasuna (’40) Bruce Brown (’41) Edward J. McCaughey (’41) George J. Zavoritis (’41) Vincent D. Trinker (’43) Charles G. Hatch, Jr. (’46) Peter G. Ellis (’47) Pauline A. O’Neil (’47) Hon. Bernard Cohen (’48) Hon. George Newell Hurd, Jr. (’48) Harold Kropitzer (’49) Joseph Palmieri (’49) William R. Hopkins (’50) Sumner Allen Marcus (’50) Hon. Herbert T. Silsby II (’50) Jules S. Tarlow (’50) Bradlee M. Backman, Jr. (’51) Everett W. Gray (’51) Peter N. Otis (’51)
Demetrius C. Newton (’52) David Yarosh (’52) Morris J. Levin (’53) Stephen T. Russian (’53) Emil C. Secskas (’53) Patricia Moore Sullivan (’53) Edward F. Choiniere (’54) Robert Harrigan (’54) Philip Bosinoff (’55) Hon. John William O’Brien (’55) Joseph P. Mulherrin (’56) Hon. Domenic J. F. Russo (’56) Rev. Ashmun N. Brown (’58) Richard Stanley Efron (’58) Andrew P. Goldstein (’58) Daniel Higgins Silver (JD’58, LLM’68) Eugene J. Mulcahy (’59) Willie L. Williams, Jr. (’59) Philip W. Halloran (’60) Robert S. Treisman (’60) Frank B. Walker (’61) Gerald Saxe (’62) Peter B. Robinson (’64) Gitta M. Kurlat (’65) George W. Gillmor (’67) Robert J. Doyle (’69) Norris H. Hoyt, Jr. (’69) Catherine M. Abate (’72) William F. Manley (’72) Hon. David B. Sullivan (’73) Richard F. Collier, Jr. (’75) Alfred Winfield Day (’75) Kenneth Marshall Gordon (’75) Bruce G. MacDermid (’75) Horace E. Watson (’78) Peter C. Berry (’80) Kathleen Hickey (’81) Craig G. Campbell (’82) Ruth Tolf Ansell (’88) Roberto Velez-Colon (’91) Michele Katherine Washburn (’04) John Joseph Bavlsik (’14) Robert B. Seidman, Professor Emeritus of Law
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David Scott Sloan has been elected chairman of the Board of Trustees of The Boston Conservatory.
Annual Report of Giving
JULY 1, 2013â€“JUNE 30, 2014
The School of Law reached many milestones this year: the completion of the Sumner M. Redstone Building and beginning of the law tower renovation; contributions to the Law Fund exceeding $1 million; and a big win on the first-ever University-wide Annual Giving Day.
The new Sumner M. Redstone Building
LETTER FROM THE CAMPAIGN CHAIR Dear BU Law community, We recently passed the mid-way point of BU Law’s first comprehensive fundraising campaign and already we have a great deal to celebrate. Since the kickoff of our Building on Excellence Campaign in 2010, alumni and friends of the law school have committed more than $51 million toward our overall $80 million goal. Most notably, we are delighted to report we reached and will likely surpass our goal for donations to the Law Building Fund. This extraordinary outpouring of support means BU Law will now have first class facilities to match its historically top-notch faculty and student body. With the dedication of the Sumner M. Redstone Building in 2014, and the reopening of a completely renovated and reinvented law tower in 2015, BU Law is inaugurating a new and exciting era. This is all thanks to the hard work and generosity of our donors, listed on the following pages. Their support, and yours, is vital to the dean’s mission of making BU Law the best place in the country to be a law student. With the building projects successfully under way, we now turn our focus to supporting the people and programs that fill those buildings and make BU Law a truly special place. In this next phase of our campaign, we ask your support for the following four priorities: • Student Scholarships and Financial Aid: $3.2 million raised/$15 million goal We want the very best students to attend BU Law, regardless of financial means. It is also important that our alumni be able to pursue their career aspirations without burdensome debt. • Professorships and Faculty Support: $3.3 million raised/$10 million goal Endowed professorships help us recruit and retain faculty; we were once again ranked as one of the top law schools for teaching by the Princeton Review. These coveted positions acknowledge excellence and provide funding for scholarly research and pursuits. • Academic Programming: $1.1 million raised/$8 million goal BU Law has always been a place of innovation and forward-thinking. Donor support allows us to sustain our areas of excellence and important experiential learning opportunities like clinics, externships, and study abroad and to continually respond to the evolving needs of students, alumni, and their employers. • Law Fund: $5 million raised/$7 million goal The Law Fund provides the vital flexible funding used by Dean O’Rourke to create unique initiatives, leverage unforeseen opportunities, and provide additional financial aid like scholarships and public interest fellowships. On behalf of Boston University School of Law, I thank all of our generous donors, and encourage everyone to visit the magnificent new Sumner M. Redstone Building. It stands as a testament not only to those who made it possible, but also to the value and fondness so many hold for BU Law.
RICHARD C. GODFREY (’79) Senior Litigation Partner, Kirkland & Ellis LLP Trustee, Boston University Chair, BU Law Dean’s Advisory Board Chair, BU Law Building on Excellence Campaign
*THESE FIGURES REPRESENT TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED AS OF JUNE 30, 2014. FOR UP-TO-DATE INFORMATION ON THE PROGRESS OF THE BUILDING ON EXCELLENCE CAMPAIGN, PLEASE VISIT WWW.BU.EDU/LAW/CAMPAIGN
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SCHOOL OF LAW
BUILDING ON EXCELLENCE CAMPAIGN LEADERSHIP As part of the Campaign for Boston University: Choose to be Great, the School of Law has launched an $80 million comprehensive fundraising effort. The School’s Building on Excellence Campaign seeks support from generous alumni and friends for five key priorities: building construction & renovation, student scholarships & financial aid, professorships & faculty support, academic programming, and unrestricted support for the Law Fund.
TOTAL CAMPAIGN GIFTS & PLEDGES: $51,349,775
(AS OF JUNE 30, 2014) $15,000,000 or more
Sumner M. Redstone (Hon.’94)
Mary A. Akerson (’79) Howard S. Altarescu (’74) James N. Esdaile, Jr. (’70) Michael D. Fricklas (’84) Robert B. Goldfarb (’67) The Estate of A. Vincent Harper (’51) William Landau (’59)! Matthew H. Lynch (’84) and Susan M. Banks (’84) Maureen A. O’Rourke & James M. Molloy The Estate of Rupert D. Morrill (’48) Linda S. Peterson (’76) James C. Pizzagalli (’69) Betsy B. Plevan (’70) John K. Skrypak (’82) Paul Sugarman (’54) Jeffrey M. Verdon (’67) Howard Xinhua Zhang (’93)
$5,000,000–$9,999,999 Richard Cartier Godfrey (’79)
$1,000,000–$4,999,999 The Estate of Patricia Aronowitz Philip S. Beck (’76) Robert T. Butler (’55) Gerard H. Cohen (’62) Patricia & William H. Kleh (’71) Peter McCausland (’74) Kenneth P. Morrison (’83) The Schell Family Foundation Stephen M. Zide (’86)
$500,000–$999,999 Anonymous The Estate of Edith F. Helman Nathan B. Mandelbaum (’69)
$250,000–$499,999 Anonymous Anonymous Lisa G. Beckerman (’89) Edward W. Brooke (’48) Barry M. Clayton Trust Leo J. Cushing (’85) Ellen J. Flannery (’78) Robert F. Grondine (’80) Hugh R. McCombs (’73) John R. Robinson (’64) & Widgeon Point Charitable Fund Ryan K. Roth Gallo (’99)
$50,000–$99,999 Anonymous Anonymous Susan H. Alexander (’81) & Caroline G. Gammill (’12) John P. Barylick (‘77) The Estate of John R. Begley (’52) Giff Carter (’01) Lansing E. Crane (’70) Claudia O. (’80) & Leo T. Crowley (’80) Esdaile Barrett & Esdaile LLP Anthony M. Feeherry (’74) Kay E. Glasser Trust Paul E. Heimberg (’75) & Frederick M. Heimberg (’73) The Estate of Joseph F. Holman (’50) Charles Lamar Family Foundation Robert Y. Lider (’77) George Michaels (’48) Samuel S. Perlman (’68) Kanwar M. Singh (’92) John Larkin Thompson (’63) T. Kirkland Ware (’79) Jeffrey D. Woolf (’74)
*INCLUDES ALL GIFTS AND PLEDGES TO THE LAW SCHOOL BETWEEN JULY 1, 2010 AND JUNE 30, 2014 AND ALSO INCLUDES ALL FOUNDING BENEFACTOR COMMITMENTS PRIOR TO THESE DATES.
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THANK YOU, DONORS! The School of Law is grateful for the support of alumni,
school. Gifts this past year helped the School fund the
faculty members, staff, families, and friends who made a
construction of the Sumner M. Redstone Building and
gift between July 1, 2013 and June 30, 2014. These gifts
renovation of the law tower, support student organiza-
help us advance our global reputation as a premier law
tions and faculty scholarship, and increase financial aid.
For more information about how you can join our growing list of supporters, please contact us at 617-353-3118 or make a donation online at www.bu.edu/lawgiving. We would love to welcome you to our donor family.
PRESIDENT’S ASSOCIATES: $10,000–$24,999
PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE: $1M+ Philip S. Beck (LAW’76) and Janice Beck
$500,000–$999,999 Robert T. Butler (LAW’55) and Paula S. Butler Gerard H. Cohen (LAW’62) and Sherryl W. Cohen (GRS’60) Nathan B. Mandelbaum (LAW’69) and Sheree Mandelbaum (DGE’76, SAR’78)
$250,000–$499,999 Richard Cartier Godfrey (LAW’79) and Alice B. Godfrey (CAS’74) Peter McCausland (LAW’74) and Bonnie F. McCausland
$100,000–$249,999 Neil S. Cohen (LAW’92) and Betsy D. Cohen (LAW’90) Daniel I. Jacob (LAW’10) and Allyson H. Cohen (LAW’90) Matthew H. Lynch (LAW’84) and Susan M. Banks (LAW’84) David Mandelbaum Hugh R. McCombs (LAW’73) and Katrina Veerhusen (CAS’71) Paul R. Sugarman (DGE’51, LAW’54) and Susan J. Sugarman
$50,000–$99,999 Anonymous Lisa G. Beckerman (LAW’89) Ryan Roth Gallo (LAW’99) and Ernest J. Gallo
$25,000–$49,999 Mary A. Akerson (LAW’79) and Steven A. Cohen Michael D. Fricklas (LAW’84) and Donna J. Astion (SAR’82) Leo T. Crowley (LAW’80) and Claudia O. Crowley (LAW’80) Louis A. D’Angio (LAW’51) and Kay D’Angio Ellen J. Flannery (LAW’78) Robert B. Goldfarb (LAW’67) and Francine L. Goldfarb (CAS’67) Richard M. Gollin William H. Kleh (LAW’71) and Patricia M. Kleh Dean Maureen A. O’Rourke and James M. Molloy Linda S. Peterson (LAW’76) and A. G. Wesman T. Kirkland Ware (LAW’79) and Linda D. Ware
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Susan H. Alexander (LAW’81) and James F. Gammill Howard S. Altarescu (SMG’70, LAW’74) and Carol B. Altarescu (CGS’69, SED’71) John P. Barylick (LAW’77) and Marie A. Barylick Paul L. Bourdeau (LAW’80) and Joanne K. Bourdeau Edward W. Brooke (LAW’48, ’50) and Anne F. Brooke Giff Carter (CAS’92, LAW’01) and Lesley J. Carter Lansing E. Crane (LAW’70) and Katherine Crane Stephen V. Dubin (LAW’61) and Paula L. Dubin Anthony M. Feeherry (LAW’74) and Marion B. Feeherry The Estate of Robert J. Ferranty Richard W. Mark and Maura L. Harway The Estate of George N. Hurd Charles W. Lamar (LAW’75) and Alice S. Lamar Peter S. Linden (LAW’84) and Debra R. Weinberger Karen L. Ling (LAW’88) William F. Macauley (LAW’69) and Sheila R. Macauley Stephen Marshak and Kathryn G. Marshak Kenneth P. Morrison (LAW’83) and Susan K. Morrison Irving H. Picard (LAW’66) and Sharon M. Picard Betsy B. Plevan (LAW’70) and Kenneth A. Plevan John K. Skrypak (LAW’82) Wayne E. Smith (LAW’86) and Patricia J. Smith (LAW’84)
George R. Sprague (LAW’64) and Lee T. Sprague Russell J. Stein (GSM’98, LAW’04, ’05) David M. Stern and Kathleen S. Stern Donald A. Stern Oscar A. Wasserman (SMG’56; LAW’59, ’62) and Elaine Wasserman (SED’72) Xinhua H. Zhang (LAW’93) and Jane Yu Stephen M. Zide (LAW’86) and Janet B. Zide DEAN’S CLUB: $5,000–$9,999
Michael B. Berman (LAW’82) Mark Charness and Gloria Charness Joel G. Chefitz (CAS’73, LAW’76) and Sharon P. Chefitz Barbara B. Creed (LAW’69) and Christopher D. Creed Michael D. Gayda (LAW’79) and Patricia J. Gayda Marvin M. Goldstein (LAW’69) and Linda S. Goldstein (SED’68, ’69) Frederick M. Heimberg (LAW’73) Paul E. Heimberg (LAW’75) Richard M. Jones (LAW’98) and Robin A. Jones William A. Kamer (LAW’78) and Rebecca L. Crigler (COM’77) Martin Lobel (CAS’62, LAW’65) and Geralyn K. Lobel James F. McHugh (LAW’70) and Katherine S. McHugh Christi J. Offutt (LAW’96) Daniel J. Rea (LAW’74) and Jeanne M. O’Keefe James C. Pizzagalli (LAW’69) and Judith R. Pizzagalli
Jack A. Rovner (LAW’76) and Kathryn A. Roe J. Michael Schell (LAW’76) and Kathleen O. Schell Zachary H. Smith (LAW’03) Kevin T. Van Wart (LAW’82) and Ellen G. Van Wart Daniel C. Walden (LAW’78) and June Walden Jeffrey D. Woolf (LAW’74, GRS’69) and Mary P. Woolf FELLOW: $2,500–$4,999
David H. Pawlik (LAW’92) and Susan L. Albertine Alan Altman (GSM’51, LAW’54) Morton H. Aronson (CAS’56, LAW’59) and Ellen K. Aronson (SON’61) Jonathan L. Awner (LAW’85) and Suzanne Awner Zachary D. Beim (LAW’97, ’98) and Lisa Bebchick (LAW’01) Richard M. Belanger (LAW’75) and Candice Evans Donald Bollella (LAW’88, GSM’89) and Romilda O. Bollella David W. Carpenter (LAW’75) and Orit K. Carpenter Joan B. Gozonsky Chamberlain (LAW’78) and Park Chamberlain Mark S. Cheffo (LAW’90) and Beverly Cheffo Francis L. Crowley (LAW’54) and Carolyn D. Crowley Euripides F. Dalmanieras (LAW’01) Brian D. Eng (LAW’05) Robert B. Field (LAW’70) and Elizabeth H. Field Ana M. Francisco (LAW’93) Tamar Frankel Victor J. Garo (SMG’63, LAW’65) Robert J. Glovsky (LAW’76, ’79) and Susan S. Glovsky James B. Goldstein (LAW’93) and Dawn L. Goldstein (LAW’94) Karl Gross (LAW’01) H. Peter Haveles (LAW’80) and Elisabeth K. Haveles Andrew G. Heinz (LAW’05) and Tina Heinz Catherine Shavell (LAW’73) and Stephen Hluchan David Kelton Mark Kelton Richard Kelton Michael J. Kliegman (LAW’78) and Sally M. Kliegman Stanley J. Krieger (LAW’67) and Linda B. Krieger Robert Y. Lider (LAW’77) and Lisa F. Lider Lee K. Michel (LAW’00) and Cindy Z. Michel (LAW’00)
Richard E. Mikels (SMG’69, LAW’72) and Deborah G. Mikels (SMG’71) James J. Moynihan (LAW’95) and Carla M. Moynihan (LAW’95) John J. Norton (LAW’59) Anastasios Parafestas (LAW’87) John N. Riccardi (LAW’91) and Victoria Riccardi David J. Seipp Edward A. Shapiro (LAW’65, ’66) David J. Shladovsky (LAW’85) and Azadeh Shladovsky Marjorie W. Sloper Mary R. Stewart (GSM’48) Andrew P. Strehle (LAW’94) and Julie Strehle Joseph J. Sweeney (LAW’73) Burr Tweedy (LAW’78) William B. Tyler (LAW’51) and Anngenette G. Tyler (SED’54) Allan van Gestel (LAW’61) and Andrea van Gestel David I. Walker and Lauren Walker Janice H. Wilkins (LAW’46) Mary L. Wolff (LAW’75) BARRISTER: $1,000–$2,499
Anonymous Tan Albayrak Marlene H. Alderman Robert G. Anderson (LAW’68, ’77) and Judith P. Anderson Thomas T. Antonecchia (LAW’67) and Donna Antonecchia Luciana Aquino-Hagadorn (LAW’04) and Charles Hagedorn Charles L. Babcock (LAW’76) and Nancy W. Hamilton Wayne B. Bardsley (LAW’73) and Catherine S. Bardsley (LAW’74) The Estate of George B. Barner Steven M. Bauer (LAW’83) and Joanne L. Bauer (LAW’92) Arthur E. Bean (LAW’51) and Gail Bean Tamarah L. Belczyk (COM’02, LAW’02) Robert B. Berkelhammer (LAW’74) and Miriam F. Berkelhammer James J. Berriman (LAW’90) Stephen H. Kay (LAW’87) and Susan R. Bloch (SAR’81, SED’88) Mary E. Bowler (LAW’81) and Kenneth A. Jones Lance D. Cassak (LAW’81) and Mary E. Brennan Brant Brooks (LAW’92, GSM’92) Edward M. Fox (LAW’85) and Sonya J. Brouner (LAW’88) Thaddeus Buczko (LAW’51) Anthony W. Caporizzo (LAW’85) and Carol L. Caporizzo
John J. Carroll (LAW’74) and Frances W. Lipson Nancy A. Daly (LAW’85) and Kevin P. Cavanaugh Michael E. Charness Ralph Cianflone (LAW’61) Sharon G. Coghlan (LAW’83) and Kevin J. Coghlan Lawrence S. Cohen (LAW’65) and Michelle Katz Kristin A. Collins and Robert Knapp H. Joseph Hameline (LAW’81) and Lisa Conway Scott E. Cooper (LAW’80) and Elizabeth N. Cooper (LAW’88) Howard M. Cooper (LAW’84) and Jane M. Karol Marty Corneel Helen R. Pfister (LAW’96) and Matthew S. Corpuel Paul V. Crawford (LAW’83) and Sophia M. Stadnyk James F. Crowley (LAW’77) Tracy C. Daugherty (LAW’89) and William Daugherty Michael M. Davis (LAW’70) and Beth G. Davis Phillips S. Davis (LAW’65, ’68) Richard K. Donahue (LAW’51) and Nancy Donahue E. Whitney Drake (LAW’61) and Marie A. Drake B. Andrew Dutcher (LAW’75, ’76) and Margaret A. Scott Daniel Egan (CAS’72, LAW’75) and Kathleen A. Egan Karen A. Engelbourg and Donald B. Stewart (GSM’98) V. Douglas Errico (LAW’79) and Lisa F. Errico James W. Moyer (COM’97) and Tracy K. Evans-Moyer (LAW’98) Marc Fader (COM’95, LAW’01) and Michelle A. Peluso Wendy Knudsen-Farrell (LAW’92) and George F. Farrell James E. Fleming and Linda C. McClain Richards H. Ford (LAW’79) and Marion M. Ford James C. Fox (LAW’86) and Gail L. Fox Scott L. Fredericksen (LAW’77) and Dana Fredericksen Sheldon Friedland (LAW’53) Paul H. Friedman (LAW’78) and Ann K. Friedman Wendy L. Fritz (LAW’03) Mortimer B. Fuller (LAW’68) Carolyn J. Gabbay (CAS’73, LAW’76) and Solomon A. Gabbay Rebecca A. Galeota (LAW’99) David R. Gellman (LAW’78) and Rosalie Gellman
Thomas J. Phillips (LAW’87) and Sharon D. Gillis Gary H. Glaser (LAW’76) and Lorraine S. Glaser John C. Godfrey (LAW’12) Wendy J. Gordon Anna T. Green (LAW’91) and George W. Stairs William H. Groner (LAW’80) and Susan Groner Merrick L. Gross (LAW’87) and Rosa S. Gross Amy M. Grossman (LAW’91) Ernest M. Haddad (LAW’64) Jonathan W. Haddon (LAW’84) and Rumiko Sakai Michael E. Haglund (LAW’77) and Melissa L. Haglund Jason M. Hall (LAW’04) Jonathan N. Halpern (LAW’84) Daniel W. Halston (LAW’86) and Lilliane R. Wong Russel T. Hamilton (LAW’78) Richard S. Hanki (LAW’60) and Evelyn K. Hanki Walter E. Hanley (LAW’76) and Patricia R. Hanley Alexandra B. Harvey (LAW’86) Edward J. Wynne (LAW’87) and Elizabeth S. Hendler (LAW’86) David M. Henkoff (LAW’85) Eileen M. Herlihy (LAW’82) Eugene L. Rubin (LAW’61) and Sandra Hersh Gary E. Hicks (LAW’78) and Patricia G. Hicks Frederick B. Hnat (LAW’89) and Jody L. Irwin (LAW’89) Kay Hideko Hodge (CAS’69; LAW’72, ’77) and Philip J. Hodge Lawrence T. Holden (LAW’66) Ilisa Hurowitz (LAW’81) Sandra L. Jacobus (LAW’73) Adam D. Janoff (LAW’97) and Jamie Janoff Todd L. Kahn (LAW’88) and Faith S. Kahn Lawrence E. Kaplan (SMG’65, LAW’68) and Elizabeth A. Kaplan Richard A. Karelitz (LAW’74, ’77) and Virginia H. Karelitz (SMG’73) Trust of Luke F. Kelley Adam D. Raucher (LAW’02) and Lauren M. Kelley Christopher A. Kenney (LAW’90) and Patricia Kenney Mitchell H. Kossoff (LAW’78) and Pamela Kossoff Dana Krueger (LAW’04) Andrew Kull Pnina Lahav (GRS’83) Allan J. Landau (LAW’58, ’62) and Paula T. Landau Jeffrey H. Lane (LAW’75) and Patricia J. Lane Glenn Lau-Kee (LAW’74) and Rita E. Lau-Kee THE RECORD | Fall 2014
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Michael J. Betcher (LAW’87) and Mary Beth Harrington Radhika Bhattacharya (LAW’08) Lillian F. Bicchieri (CAS’12) Benjamin S. Bilus (LAW’74) and Elizabeth N. Bilus Karen Koch Crider (LAW’73) and J. Reid Bingham Karen K. Bingham (LAW’73) and J. Reid Bingham F. Walter Bistline (LAW’75) and Rabun H. Bistline Wendy M. Bittner (LAW’78) and Kevin Murray Mark W. Bixby (LAW’88) and Jennifer S. Bixby Marvin S. Silver (LAW’77, ’81) and Laura M. Black Mia S. Blackler (LAW’96) and Mark E. Inbody Leiv H. Blad (LAW’90) and Karyn S. Blad (LAW’90) Jesse W. Blaisdell (LAW’11) James Blakey (LAW’78) and Joanne Blakey Catalina Blanco Buitrago (LAW’13) Stanley A. Bleecker (LAW’66) Bruce T. Block (LAW’79) and Melissa J. Block William J. Bloomer (LAW’76) and Margery E. Bloomer Sam I. Blumenstyk (LAW’78) and Michelle Blumenstyk David M. Blumenthal (LAW’67) John M. Blumers (LAW’96) Neal M. Bobruff (LAW’86) James E. Bobseine (LAW’12) Robert W. Boich (LAW’87) Catherine S. Stempien (LAW’93) and James H. Bolin Pamela S. Horowitz (LAW’73) and Julian Bond Rachel F. Bond (LAW’99) and Steven Manson Elizabeth A. Schultz (SED’77) and Robert G. Bone Fabiola Bonilla (LAW’13) Stacie L. Boomstra (LAW’03) Carol Boorstein (LAW’81) Amelia E. Bormann (LAW’96) and John F. Smitka Cindy B. Bortman Boggess Cherie M. Bosarge-Dutton (LAW’02) Adrienne H. Bossi (LAW’10) Stephen R. Bosworth (LAW’77) William S. Botwick (LAW’71) Richard P. Bourgeois (LAW’76) Ian C. Pilarczyk (LAW’95) and Heather Bourne Steven H. Bowen (LAW’74) Krietta K. Bowens Jones (LAW’05) Michael A. Bowse (LAW’96) and Cindy V. Vaes Beth E. Boyer (LAW’93) and Brad Boyer
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Tara B. Burdman (LAW’00) and Brett S. Stecker John D. Burke (LAW’75) and Maureen G. Burke Norman F. Burke (LAW’56) and Valerie A. Burke Charles M. Burnim (LAW’65) Thomas D. Burns (LAW’43) and Marjorie A. Burns Richard I. Burstein (LAW’66) Jerald D. Burwick (LAW’63, ’64) and Deborah M. Burwick Mark N. Busch (LAW’67) and Frankie J. Busch Craig A. Buschmann (LAW’05) Frank J. Busso (SMG’01) and Suzanne M. Smith (CAS’00, LAW’03) George A. Bustamante (LAW’54) Annie W. Cai (LAW’14) Albert J. Callahan (LAW’53) David A. Calloway (LAW’07) Donald Calloway and Jonell Y. Calloway Frank Campbell (LAW’77, ’84) Bernard H. Campbell (LAW’80) and Veralyn K. Campbell Catherine L. Campbell (LAW’83) Peter A. Campia (LAW’99) Andrew T. Campoli (LAW’51) Sara J. Cannavo (LAW’14) Mark A. Capansky and Eileen L. Morrison John J. Carney (LAW’52) and Madelyn F. Carney Timothy G. Caron (CAS’83, LAW’86) Robert A. Carpentier (LAW’81) and Cynthia Carpentier Susan L. Carroll (LAW’81) and Francis J. Carroll Daniela C. Caruso and Silvio Micali Rose C. Palermo (LAW’86) and Antonio D. Castro Amanda N. Catalano (LAW’12) Anthony J. Catalano (LAW’69) and Clairc A. Catalano Brian J. Catalano and Theresa M. Catalano Jeffrey S. Cates (LAW’68) and Myra D. Cates (SED’68) Joan W. Cavanagh (LAW’73) and Joseph M. Cavanagh Marissa L. Caylor (LAW’10, ’11; GRS’10) and Nicholas G. Caylor Jonathan F. Cayne (LAW’87) and Jana M. Cayne (LAW’86) Anthony Cefalogli (LAW’83) Arcangelo S. Cella (CAS’11, GRS’11, LAW’14) Elizabeth H. Cerrato (LAW’89, CAS’89) and James A. Cerrato Amanda D. Darwin (LAW’85) and Dana A. Cetlin Seymour W. James (LAW’74) and Cheryl E. Chambers (LAW’76)
Karen K. Chan (LAW’02) Jonathan V. Chan (LAW’14) Stacey Channing (LAW’81) and Robert B. Portney Sean Chao (LAW’06) and Yi-Pyne Ooi Michael E. Chapin (LAW’08) John B. Chase (SMG’52, LAW’55) W. John Funk (LAW’73) and Deborah F. Chase Jeffrey S. Chavkin (LAW’75) and Katherine E. Chavkin Rebecca M. Ginzburg (LAW’04) and Paul C. Chen Paul Cherecwich (LAW’82) and Ruth A. Cherecwich Alexis L. Chernow (LAW’12) Robert V. Chisholm (LAW’88) Deborah Chizewer (LAW’91) Han C. Choi (LAW’14) Samuel H. Chorches (SMG’64, LAW’66) Padma Choudry (CAS’98, LAW’05) John H. Christel (SED’95) and Eddirland D. Christel (LAW’91) Eric F. Christianson (LAW’14) Obert H. Chu (LAW’02) Michael E. Chubrich (LAW’75) and Donna P. Saunders James J. Chung (LAW’14) Maria-Elisa Ciampa (CAS’84, LAW’88) and Frederick E. Connelly Joan E. Cirillo (LAW’93) and Douglas M. Harvey Alison M. Clark (LAW’83) Richard D. Clark (GSM’77) and Judith A. Clark (LAW’80) Ruth H. Silman (LAW’94) and Timothy A. Clark Owen F. Clarke (LAW’67) and Julia K. Clarke Austin B. Clayton (LAW’98) and Louisa B. Clayton David L. Click (LAW’02) Ojetta R. Thompson (LAW’76) and William C. Clifton Thomas P. McGowan (CGS’71, CAS’73) and Sherrill P. Cline (CAS’74, LAW’78) Kelly K. Cline (LAW’86) and Sharon S. Cline Helen A. Muskus (LAW’97) and James Cocoros Avram N. Cohen (LAW’63) and Maxine E. Cohen Eliot K. Cohen (LAW’53, ’65) and Elaine G. Cohen Frederick C. Cohen (LAW’60) and Sorrell D. Cohen J. Andrew Cohen (LAW’03) and Sara B. Cohen (LAW’03) Jay L. Cohen (LAW’83) Joel G. Cohen (SMG’60; LAW’61, ’62) and Stephanie R. Cohen Leonard H. Cohen (SMG’57, LAW’61) and Ileen S. Cohen (SED’58)
Leslie R. Cohen (LAW’74) and Robb A. Cohen Morton A. Cohen (LAW’71) and Della R. Cohen (LAW’75) Sydelle S. Cohen Thomas A. Cohn (LAW’85) Kent A. Coit Oliver C. Colburn (LAW’87) and Cecily B. Colburn Edward L. Colby (LAW’65, ’74) and Linda P. Colby Elsa Kircher Cole (LAW’74) and Roland J. Cole Jonathan S. Cole (LAW’80) and Sarah A. Strickler Siena B. Colegrave (LAW’13) Stephany G. Collamore (LAW’09) Janet S. Collier Richard F. Collier (LAW’75)! Peter M. Collins (LAW’65) Loyda R. Torres (LAW’94) and Fidel A. Colon Ann M. Comer-Woods (COM’92) Mary C. Connaughton Maureen F. Connolly (LAW’96) and Thomas P. Connolly Jacqueline K. Connor (LAW’13) Barbara B. Conover (LAW’72) and David W. Conover Andrew P. Sutton (LAW’09) and Rose M. Constance (CAS’04, LAW’07) David Constantino (CAS’91, LAW’00) William Contente (CAS’77, LAW’84) and Susan Y. Contente (SED’83) Susan M. Cooke (LAW’70) and Chatham M. Cooke Paul R. Cortes-Rexach (CAS’81, LAW’84) Thomas W. Costello (LAW’74) George T. Costes (LAW’50) and Diane R. Costes Delmas A. Costin (LAW’99) Henry L. Grossman (LAW’92) and Susan Covitz Spencer M. Cowan (LAW’76) and Joy T. Cowan Elizabeth S. Kardos (LAW’90) and David J. Cowen Gilbert W. Cox (LAW’62) and Helen P. Cox Bayard T. Crane (LAW’49) and Phyllis S. Crane John D. Craven (LAW’83) and Janet D. Craven Zackary O. Crawford (LAW’14) Joel Crespo (LAW’11) Dennis M. Cronin (LAW’70) and Priscilla B. Cronin Joseph D. Cronin (LAW’67) Ashley K. Crutchfield (LAW’14) Roberto Cruz Figueroa Garcia (LAW’14) Barbara L. Cullen (LAW’90) Robert L. Cullinane (LAW’68) and Ruth A. Cullinane
Kenneth C. Cummins (LAW’68) Robert W. Cunningham (LAW’78) and Jean N. Cunningham Peter Cuomo (LAW’04) Irwin P. Garfinkle (LAW’49) and Leona F. Curhan Mark R. Curiel (LAW’02) Edward J. Curley (CAS’88) and Sara G. Curley (LAW’12) John J. Da Ponte (LAW’62) and Gunilla T. Da Ponte Sara Dacey Bassem P. Daher (LAW’08) Margaret L. Dale (LAW’76) Patrick M. Dalin (LAW’09) and Ariel E. Greenstein (LAW’10) Hilary S. Dalin (LAW’73) and David G. Dalin Robert B. Dalton (LAW’67) and Barbara B. Dalton Sarah M. Damerville (LAW’14) Joshua Daniels (LAW’08) Ann L. Darke (LAW’77) Dorothy A. Darrah (LAW’77) and Bruce R. Weddle Stephen L. Dashoff (CAS’64, LAW’67) and Judith A. Dashoff (CFA’64) John N. Datesh (LAW’75) John A. Davey (LAW’76) Leonard M. Davidson (LAW’81) Mindy G. Davidson (LAW’87) and Joshua Davidson Barbara D. Davis (LAW’86) and Brian A. Davis Richard A. Davis (LAW’61) Sandra K. Davis (LAW’98) William T. Davison (LAW’11) Michael A. D’Avolio (SMG’82, LAW’85) Angela C. De Cespedes Wenke (LAW’01) Michael A. Forero (LAW’96) and Michael A. De Lucia Claire S. Dean (LAW’11) John F. DeBartolo (CAS’74, LAW’77) and Carol G. DeBartolo William C. Decas (LAW’71) Edmonde P. DeGregorio (LAW’77) and Grace E. DeGregorio (SAR’75) Charles T. Dell’Anno (LAW’14) Timothy A. Ngau (LAW’80) and Terryleen K. Dement David J. DeMoss (LAW’73) and Kathryn E. DeMoss Jeremy M. Denlea (LAW’10) and Steven J. Denlea Richard A. Dennett (LAW’80) and Andrea Stulman Douglas E. Denninger (LAW’84) and Sandra Denninger Alexis J. DePaola (LAW’05) Tara L. Johnson (LAW’97) and C. John DeSimone Brian J. DesRosiers (LAW’03) and Amanda B. DesRosiers
Joseph L. Devaney (LAW’01) Paul R. Devin (LAW’65) and Judith C. Devin Carolina Trujillo (LAW’01) and Luis L. Diazgranados Michael A. Gollin (LAW’84) and Jill A. Dickey Brad E. Harrigan (LAW’00) and Letty S. DiGiulio (LAW’00) Kenneth J. Dilanian (DGE’51, LAW’54) Peter J. Dill (LAW’88) Lucious Dillon (LAW’76) Dominick DiMartino and Stephanie C. DiMartino David A. DiMuzio (LAW’76) and Pamela DiMuzio Jeffrey D. Dintzer (LAW’88) and Leslie J. Newman Robert B. Dixon (LAW’98) Sidney J. Dockser (COM’53, LAW’58) and Cheryl B. Dockser Stacey Dogan Douglas J. Dok (LAW’72) and Diann J. Landers Raymond F. Dolen (LAW’85) and Mary A. Dolen Nancy E. Dollar (LAW’14) Edward F. Dombroski (LAW’02) Lauren G. Dome (LAW’96) Adrienne S. Domey (LAW’05) Allison L. Domowitch (LAW’08) Christine E. Donna (LAW’48) Kristen L. Dooley (LAW’14, GSM’14) Jennifer V. Doran (LAW’01) Michael T. Dougherty (LAW’97) Mark A. Douglas (LAW’09) Tracy S. Dowling (LAW’08) John M. Downer (LAW’66) Linda J. Dreeben (LAW’76) and Arthur N. Lerner Charlotte D. Drew (LAW’14) John H. Driscoll (LAW’91) Danielle M. Drissel (LAW’03) Robert Droker (LAW’68) and Carmie Droker Craig P. Druehl (LAW’98) and Claudette R. Druehl (LAW’98) Zachary Dubin Pamela Tillinghast (LAW’90) and Alexander A. Dubitsky Linda F. Spiegel (LAW’78) and Paul Duboff John J. Dumphy (LAW’62) Stuart V. Duncan Smith (LAW’13) John K. Dunleavy (LAW’76) Sean M. Dunphy (LAW’65) and Ann L. Dunphy Martin A. Dworken (LAW’55) Rodney N. Dyer (LAW’61) and Gail T. Dyer Sean F. Eagan (LAW’95) Bradley K. Eberly (LAW’12) and Katrina R. Neal (LAW’12)
THE RECORD | Fall 2014
DONOR ROSTER Melissa C. Echeverria De La Roca (LAW’14) Eli A. Echols (LAW’04) Gwenn S. Eckel (LAW’86) and John D. Eckel Lester Edelman (LAW’54) and Joan K. Edelman Alan M. Edelstein (SMG’47, LAW’49) and Sybil Edelstein Martin A. Edelstein (LAW’81) Elliot D. Eder (LAW’86) and Nancy A. Overman (SED’85) Alan C. Ederer (LAW’86) and Tammy J. Smiley (LAW’86) John E. Edison (LAW’76) Cheryl C. Edson (LAW’07) and Richard Edson Stephen M. Edwards (LAW’93) and Lorraine G. Edwards Timothy S. Egan (LAW’83) and Kathy Y. Egan (GSM’84) Kenneth I. Wirfel (DGE’66, CAS’68, LAW’72) and June A. Eichbaum Joanne M. Neale (LAW’77) and William H. Eichhold James A. Eidelman (LAW’73) and Linda S. Eidelman Guy R. Eigenbrode (LAW’77) and Patricia Nicholas Floralynn Einesman (LAW’80) Scott T. Eisen (LAW’14) Malvin B. Eisenberg (LAW’68) Richard D. Eisenberg (LAW’75) Richard J. Eisenberg (LAW’76) Kenneth J. Eisner (LAW’80) Lynette M. Elam (LAW’14) Andrew Eliseev (LAW’99) David C. Elliott (LAW’74) Alfred D. Ellis (LAW’75) and Sharon Ellis Cynthia E. Ellis (LAW’83) Andrew A. Elman (LAW’88) Mark D. Engel (LAW’73) Andrew D. Epstein (CAS’69, LAW’72) and Kathy J. Epstein (COM’69; SED’75, ’85) Eric M. Epstein (LAW’72) and Cheryl L. Epstein (CAS’70) Norman A. Erlich (LAW’73) and Ellen G. Erlich James Ernstmeyer (LAW’10) Linwood M. Erskine (LAW’49) and Margaret A. Erskine Jay M. Esterkes (LAW’47) and Rosalyn S. Esterkes Barry F. Evans (LAW’49) and Harriet L. Evans Ryan Evans (LAW’09, GSM’10) Lance A. Kawesch (LAW’94) and Anne R. Exter (GSM’87) Michael E. Faden (LAW’69) and Janice N. Faden Luca C. Melchionna (LAW’03) and Barbara Faedda Ernest E. Falbo (LAW’67) and Karen S. Lundsgaard 54
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Gabriel W. Falbo (LAW’82) Steven M. Falk (LAW’88) Edward A. Fallone (LAW’88, CAS’88) and Heidi M. Fallone (LAW’89) Timothy J. Famulare (LAW’07) Richard C. Farley (LAW’97) Erika C. Farrell (LAW’06) and Jason W. Farrell David W. Faunce (LAW’74) and Joan Faunce Jesse A. Fecker (LAW’08) Daniel E. Feder (LAW’87) and Mary H. Feder Carolyn L. Federoff (LAW’86) and Janice Philpot Michael Feeney Jonathan H. Feiler (LAW’07) Timur Feinstein (LAW’02) Marshall D. Feiring (LAW’80) and Pamela D. Feiring Mark H. Likoff (LAW’86) and Shelah T. Feiss Alan L. Feld George J. Felos (LAW’76) Howard L. Felsenfeld (LAW’73) David R. Feniger (LAW’95) and Chigusa Saotome (LAW’95) Richard M. Fentin (LAW’69) and Sandra Fentin (DGE’66, CAS’68) Stanley L. Ferguson (LAW’78) and Mary P. Ferguson Jorge E. Fernandez Palacios (LAW’14) Michael Fertig (LAW’82) Virginia M. Fettig (LAW’79) and Kenneth G. Fettig Daniel S. Field (LAW’91) and Colleen M. Granahan (LAW’91) Eliot Field (LAW’73) and Catherine F. Field John W. Fieldsteel (LAW’76) and Margaret T. Fieldsteel Lia E. Fierro (LAW’11) Theodore O. Fillette (LAW’73) Laurence E. Hardoon (LAW’75) and Janet E. Fine Todd C. Fineberg (LAW’68) and Gail M. Fineberg Jonathan D. Fink (LAW’83) Edward R. Fink (LAW’54) and Joan O. Fink John J. Finn (CAS’74, LAW’80) and Alexis Stevens John G. Fioretta (LAW’82) Sara E. Fiorillo (LAW’14) Caroline R. Fischer Murray R. Markowitz (LAW’95) and Rebecca J. Fischer Samuel C. Fish (LAW’60) and Sandra S. Fish Stephen R. Fish (LAW’94, ’03) Eric M. Kraus (LAW’79) and Marjory Fisher Stanley Z. Fisher and Jennifer R. Wilder
Lloyd A. Fisk (LAW’67) and Holly J. Fisk Robin J. Fisk (LAW’88) Christine M. Fitzgerald (LAW’00) and Joshua A. Stein Elliott Flah (LAW’14, SPH’14) Michael P. Flammia (CAS’85, GRS’85, LAW’88) David S. Flashenburg (LAW’01) and Lili Popova Ellen Flatley (LAW’68) Lawrence E. Fleder (LAW’83) Warner S. Fletcher (LAW’73) and Mary F. Fletcher Alan S. Flink (LAW’52) and Renee L. Flink David B. Picker (LAW’80) and Grace A. Flisser Laura E. Flores (LAW’04) Alan B. Fodeman (LAW’62) and Alana F. Fodeman Julie R. Fogarty (LAW’14) Sean Foley (LAW’14, GSM’14) Marc M. Gaelen (LAW’78) and Nina Fondillon Michael C. Fondo (CAS’85, GRS’86, LAW’90) Kathleen Ford (LAW’79) Amy B. Forman (LAW’87) and Adam P. Forman Jonathan Forstot (LAW’88) and Rochelle Forstot Scott A. Forsyth (LAW’76) Donald Forte (LAW’70) and Marjorie S. Forte Gregory L. Foster (LAW’76) and Cynthia M. Foster Brian G. Fox (LAW’86) and Andrea Fox Jane W. Waterman (LAW’71) and Andrew Francis Stephanie Frank (LAW’12) Jeffrey M. Frank (LAW’92) and Julie S. Frank Jamie L. Frank (LAW’12) L. Barry Tinkoff (LAW’56) and Margaret A. Fredette Stanley N. Freedman (LAW’72) and Sarah Freedman Hilary J. Murray and Daniel J. Freehling Stephen T. Freeland (LAW’90) James R. Freeman (LAW’78) and Carla Jimenez (LAW’79) Paul V. Freeman (LAW’72) Henry N. Frenette (LAW’59, ’63) and Bette M. Frenette Laurie J. Gentile (LAW’83) and Scott D. Friedland Greg S. Friedman (LAW’76) and Susan H. Friedman Marc B. Friedman (CAS’72, LAW’75) and Sandra G. Friedman (SED’71) Franklin Fruchtman (LAW’73) and Janyce A. Fruchtman Rick J. Fucci (LAW’94)
Howard M. Fuchs (LAW’87, ’88) Takehiro Fujita (LAW’12) Peter V. Funk (LAW’73) and Francine E. Zeifer Tim Futrell (LAW’93) Richard M. Gaberman (LAW’68) Kelly A. Gabos (LAW’06) Hilary C. Gabrieli (LAW’90) and Christopher Gabrieli Alexander J. Gallan (MED’13) and Stephanie L. Mills-Gallan (LAW’13) Stacey O. Gallant (LAW’85) and Mitchell C. Gallant Gary M. Grossman (SMG’93, LAW’98) and Dawn K. Galolo (SMG’92) Rose Y. Gana (LAW’10) Ricardo Ganitsky (LAW’08) Joseph R. Ganley (LAW’94) Christopher R. Gannon (LAW’81) and Jan J. Gannon Luis L. Torres-Marrero (LAW’02) and Johana M. Garcia Mayra L. Garcia (LAW’97) Jessica M. Garrett (LAW’08) Rita W. Garry (LAW’83) and John Garry Daniel C. Garvey (LAW’01) Edward R. Gates (LAW’84) Robert B. Gates (LAW’53) and Evelyn J. Holman James M. Geary (LAW’64) and Marie R. Geary Grant R. Gendron (LAW’14) Aida A. Gennis (LAW’83) and Thomas G. Gennis Mark J. Gentile (LAW’82) and Mary B. Gentile Paul E. George (LAW’71) and Helen D. George Kari A. Gerber (LAW’10) Marianne S. Geula (LAW’00, ’05) Gayle S. Ghitelman (LAW’82) Elizabeth L. Gibbs (LAW’87) Lisa A. Gilbert (LAW’14) Patrick M. Gilbert (LAW’13) Margaret M. Gilligan (LAW’79) Barry S. Gilvar (LAW’64) and Helen L. Gilvar Thomas F. Ginnerty (LAW’86) Jacqueline A. Giordano-Hayes (LAW’10) Richard A. Glaser (LAW’69, ’73) John Glazer and Diana Wasserman Rebecca M. Glazer (LAW’13) Marvin H. Glazier (LAW’69) and Sheri G. Glazier Andrew A. Glickson (LAW’75) and Caren S. Glickson Steven M. Glovsky (LAW’79, GSM’79) and Susan G. Glovsky (LAW’80) Edward J. Goddard (LAW’90) Jack R. Goetz (LAW’79)
Carol D. Gold (LAW’72) and Philip W. Gold David L. Goldberg (LAW’89) and Patricia Nasey Kenneth B. Goldberg (LAW’92) Aime L. Goldberg (LAW’01) Shera G. Golder (LAW’00) and David R. Golder Bruce H. Goldman (LAW’85) and Linda Goldman Darren M. Goldman (LAW’10) Howard J. Goldsmith (LAW’86) Laura E. Goldsmith (LAW’14) Felicia F. Goldstein (LAW’92) Steven J. Goldstein (LAW’75) and Shelley S. Goldstein Linda F. Goldwyn (CAS’84, LAW’88) Ann K. Gollin Michael K. Golub (LAW’80, ’86) and Charlene A. Golub Eric Rogers (LAW’98) and Lisa A. Gomez (LAW’96) Edward P. Gonzales (LAW’92) and Dana W. Gonzales Ramon R. Gonzalez (LAW’86) Jules S. Goodman (LAW’75) and Millicent R. Goodman Michael J. Kaminsky (LAW’86) and Jennifer E. Goodnow (LAW’86) John S. Goodnow (LAW’65) and Mary G. Goodnow Alfred Gordon O’Connell (LAW’95) and Nathaniel C. O’Connell (MET’98) Morris J. Gordon (LAW’55) and Sylvia L. Gordon Myra M. Gordon (SED’70, ’76; LAW’76) and Roy G. Gordon Robert J. Gordon (LAW’74) and Barbara L. Gordon William H. Gordon (LAW’84) and Sally B. Gordon Eric Gorin-Regan (LAW’14) Alexandra M. Gorman (LAW’05) Anthony A. Gostanian (LAW’10) and Megan C. Gostanian Eric J. Gouvin (LAW’86, ’90) and Elizabeth Lovejoy Robert R. Graft (LAW’71) and Mary K. Graft Jessie M. Klyce (LAW’90) and Stuart W. Graham Mark S. Granger (LAW’76) and Kathleen H. Granger Marla S. Grant (LAW’03) Richard W. Grant (LAW’71) and Mary H. Grant Mary H. Grant Roland Gray (LAW’69) Benjamin Laski (LAW’97, COM’97) and Jennifer A. Gray Robert G. Holdway (LAW’82) and Elin H. Graydon (DGE’72, LAW’79) Carmine A. Greco (LAW’77) and Kathleen M. Young Kenneth S. Green (SMG’58, LAW’63) and Barbara A. Shaw
Scott M. Green (LAW’80) Stanley Greenberg (LAW’77) and Julie A. Peterson Arthur G. Greene (LAW’67) and Ellen M. Greene Joel P. Greene (LAW’73) and Ann T. Lisi Gary L. Greenstein (LAW’81, ’89) and Sharyn Greenstein Helaine A. Gregory (LAW’90) Steven D. Greif (LAW’76) and Frann Greif Frederick A. Griffen (LAW’63) and Lorraine C. Griffen Gordon F. Grimes (LAW’75) and Anne R. Grimes Penelope E. Gronbeck (LAW’08) Earle Groper (LAW’58) and Eleanor S. Groper (CFA’58) Elizabeth A. Gross (LAW’05) Joan B. Gross (LAW’82) and Stuart J. Gross Norman Gross (LAW’69) Morton E. Grosz (LAW’68) and Judith A. Grosz (DGE’66, CAS’68) Barry J. Gruenfeld (LAW’86) David F. Grunebaum (CAS’67, LAW’72) and Linda L. Grunebaum (CAS’68, SED’69) Jieling Guan (LAW’13) Marc G. Guggenheim (LAW’95) Paul R. Gugliuzza Mark J. Gundersen (LAW’79) and E. Gundersen David A. Gunter (LAW’80) and Susan P. Gunter Zhongmin A. Guo (LAW’08) F. Christian Haab (LAW’86) Mirco J. Haag (LAW’14, GSM’14) Yomarie S. Habenicht (LAW’10) David H. Thaler and Chava B. Haber Sheryl H. Haberman (LAW’85) and Scott M. Haberman Richard S. Hackel (LAW’68) and Nancy P. Hackel (CAS’66) Alon Hacohen (LAW’08) Richard S. Haines (LAW’71) Louise E. Halevy (LAW’78) Shelvin L. Hall (LAW’74) Randolph J. Mayer (LAW’78) and Patricia Hallaran John D. Hallisey (LAW’69) Chris Han (LAW’14) Michael D. Handler (LAW’93) and Susan Handler Lynne Hans (LAW’66) and Brenda H. Hans Mark G. Hanson (LAW’81) Nicole C. Hanson (LAW’14) Leora Harpaz (LAW’73) Marvis A. Knospe (LAW’82, GSM’83) and Michael C. Harper Clayton F. Harrington (LAW’70) and Marianne C. Harrington Dennis E. Harrington (LAW’67) and Ellen B. Harrington
Melinda J. Harrison (LAW’86) Amy L. Harrison (LAW’84) and Robert A. Harrison Christopher H. Hartenau (LAW’72) and Vivian K. Hartenau (SAR’68) A. Neil Hartzell (LAW’84) Michael C. Harvell (LAW’75) and Cynthia H. Harvell Jonathan J. Hass (LAW’90) Theodore A. Lund (LAW’90) and Norah K. Hass Douglas S. Hatfield (LAW’61) and Judith I. Hatfield Joshua B. Hauser (LAW’85) and Kimberly Hauser Arthur W. Havey (LAW’65) and Virginia A. Havey Richard Hawke (LAW’76) and Susan F. Hawke Katherine W. Hazard (LAW’89) Robert S. Hazlett (LAW’57) and Elizabeth I. Hazlett Charles M. Healey (DGE’51, LAW’54) Timothy P. Heaton (LAW’00) Brian E. Heffernan (LAW’87) and Joan E. Heffernan Ellen Heffernan Joe L. Hegel (LAW’78) and Marielaine Hegel (SSW’78) Shannon M. Heilman (LAW’90) and Dominic Lazara Nowles H. Heinrich (LAW’06) Bonnie L. Heiple (LAW’08) Norman S. Heller (LAW’77) and Donna N. Heller Lisa G. Heller (LAW’93) Paul A. Heller (LAW’65) and Ruth H. Heller Andrea P. Hellman (LAW’95) Peter C. Herbst (LAW’12) Geoffrey J. Klimas (LAW’08) and Rebecca A. Hermanowicz (LAW’08) Peter J. Herrick (LAW’70) and Norma M. Herrick Ann D. Herrmann (LAW’80, ’99) Leonard M. Herschberg (LAW’00) Katherine A. Hesse (LAW’76) John R. Hession (LAW’00) Matthew T. Hevert (LAW’14) Peter E. Hewitt (LAW’72) and Aileen Hewitt Mary Alice Hiatt (LAW’10) Shirin Philipp (LAW’96) and John M. Higgins Nancy M. Highbarger (LAW’76) and Steven T. Highbarger Scott R. Hill (LAW’87) and Christy Hill Stewart M. Hirsch (LAW’80) Sandra L. Tanen (LAW’83) and Ronald Hirschberg Beverly E. Hjorth (LAW’88) Susan E. Hoaglund (CFA’80)
Noah A. Hochstadt (LAW’99) and Malka D. Hochstadt (CAS’96) David R. Hodas (LAW’76) and Judy O. Hodas Anne Hoffman (LAW’73) and Philip C. Myers Lori J. Hoffman (LAW’90) Jeffrey P. Hoffmann (LAW’14) Philip F. Holahan (LAW’78) and Joanne O’Connor Caroline C. Holda (LAW’14) Douglas G. Hyde (LAW’68) and Margaret D. Holden Rebecca W. Hollander (LAW’14) Morton Holliday (LAW’61) and Fannie Holliday Calvin E. Holloway (LAW’84) and Cecile S. Holloway Robert L. Holloway (LAW’73) and Margaret H. Holloway Sandra J. Holman (LAW’76) Arlene M. Holtzman (LAW’90) Eduardo J. Hong Farias Ron I. Honig (LAW’93) and Joanna D. Honig Chester D. Hooper Philip Tabas (LAW’83) and Helen D. Hooper Mara K. Youdelman (LAW’96) and B. Hopkins Stephen L. Hopkins (LAW’73) and Cynthia H. Hopkins (GSM’78) Kelly M. Horein (LAW’12) Paul S. Horn (LAW’83) Fiona T. Hornblower Marvin M. Horwitz (LAW’54) and Susanne Horwitz Leah M. Houghton (LAW’07) N. Landon Hoyt (LAW’78) Jason Y. Hsi (LAW’05) and Angela A. Yang (CAS’06) Adrienne S. Masters (LAW’83) and Harry H. Huang David A. Hubbard (ENG’09, LAW’14) Gregory E. Hudson (CAS’73, LAW’76, GSM’77) and Virginia R. Hudson Timothy J. Hufman (LAW’82) Arthur W. Hughes (LAW’67) Kristen M. Hughes (LAW’14) Neil F. Hulbert (LAW’69) and Martha W. Hulbert Charles A. Hunter (LAW’08) Courtney E. Hunter (LAW’10) Michael H. Hurwitz (LAW’82) and Marla Hurwitz (SMG’82) Theodore P. Hurwitz (LAW’61) and Keri L. Hurwitz Joseph S. Huttler (LAW’90, ’91) and Miriam Z. Huttler Robert W. Hyberg (LAW’14) Lawrence J. Hyman (GRS’97) Robert Iannucci (LAW’88) and Karen M. Stash Anthony G. Iannuccillo (LAW’50) John M. Ilardo (LAW’14) THE RECORD | Fall 2014
DONOR ROSTER Kenneth Ingber (LAW’79) and Selma Ingber (SSW’78) Rachel M. Irving (LAW’08) Kaoru Ishii (LAW’13) Michael S. Isikow (LAW’92) Stephanie L. Ives (LAW’03) and Jared L. Kurtzer Katherine L. Izzo (LAW’60) Joshua S. Jackson (LAW’14) Douglas P. Jacobs (LAW’71) and Rosalind S. Jacobs (SED’70) Herbert M. Jacobs (SMG’68, LAW’71) and Christie S. Jacobs (CAS’68, GRS’70) Marc R. Jacobs (LAW’85) and Gwen M. Jacobs Ronald Jacobs (LAW’66) and Ruth Jacobs Susan Jacobs (LAW’89) Daniel J. Jacobson (LAW’86) and Dawn R. Jacobson Joe D. Jacobson (LAW’86) and Sandy Jacobson Claudia G. Jaffe (LAW’88) and Aaron D. Jaffe Richard P. Jaffe (LAW’74) and Jeanne E. Jaffe (CAS’70) William J. Keim (GSM’90) and Cerise Jalelian Keim (LAW’84) Peter A. Janus (LAW’70) and Nancy M. Janus Brendan T. Jarboe (LAW’14) Rene A. Javier-Oronoz (LAW’11) Daniel H. Jeng (LAW’14) Issie L. Jenkins (LAW’59) and Charles L. Jenkins Judith J. Jenkins (LAW’03) and Sean K. Jenkins Kristin L. Jenkins (LAW’03) Andrea M. Jennings (LAW’14) Jun Qi (LAW’04) and Jing Jia Bryant T. Jiravisitcul (LAW’14) Anne M. Johnson (LAW’82) Arthur H. Johnson (CAS’67, LAW’72) Dale R. Johnson (LAW’76) and Gail L. Johnson Janee N. Johnson (LAW’14) Lance B. Johnson (CAS’66, LAW’69) and Peggy A. Johnson P. Louis Johnson (LAW’52) Dwinette E. Johnson-Bailey (LAW’93, GSM’94) George C. Jones (LAW’78) and Kristin P. Jones Katharine B. Silbaugh and Daniel H. Jurayj Andrew J. Kadets (COM’93, LAW’97) Richard D. Kahn (LAW’89) Robert A. Kaloosdian (LAW’57, ’61) and Marianne Kaloosdian Peter A. Kals (LAW’07) Tracey C. Kammerer (LAW’87) Michael B. Kanef (LAW’92) and Gail O. Kanef (LAW’92)
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Douglas O. Kant (LAW’75, ’77) and Joy S. Kant (MET’78) David S. Kantrowitz (LAW’09) Barbara R. Kapnick (LAW’80) Masato Kariya (LAW’14) John A. Karpinski (LAW’68) and Nancy B. Karpinski David S. Katz (LAW’83) and Laura H. Y. Katz Joshua Katz (LAW’89) Stanley D. Katz (LAW’74) and Marcia N. Katz Seth I. Truwit (LAW’83) and Susan J. Katz (LAW’84) Melvin S. Katzman (LAW’65) Marsha A. Kaufmann (LAW’86, SPH’99) Dhruv Kaushal (LAW’09) Mason M. Taber (LAW’57) and Cynthia A. Keating (SED’79) Craig M. Keats (LAW’73) and Judith M. Keats Barbara J. Keefe (LAW’94) Ronald L. Kellam (LAW’54, ’66) Catherine B. Kelleher Sonis (LAW’03) and Eric B. Sonis Gerald K. Kelley (LAW’85) Jacqueline G. Kelley (LAW’90) Susan F. Kelley (LAW’79) Thomas H. Kelley (LAW’77) and Lucinda E. White (LAW’74) John Kelliher (LAW’96) and Juliana F. Kelliher (COM’95) Edward P. Kelly (LAW’99) and Rebecca Kelly Moira D. Kelly (LAW’91) and David Torcoletti Mary L. Kennedy (LAW’76) Robert B. Kent (LAW’49) and Barbara B. Kent Robert D. Keough (LAW’93) Phillip Kerle (LAW’81) and Kathryn H. Kerle Dennis L. Kern (LAW’85) and Linda A. Kern Caroline S. Kernan Laura S. Kershner (LAW’92) Amanda M. Kessel (LAW’01) George A. Kessler (LAW’53, DGE’53) and Harriet K. Kessler Stefanie Kessler-Larson (LAW’80) Robert C. Kessner (LAW’73) Kanchan Ketkar (LAW’01) Nadia Khan (LAW’14) Anuj K. Khetarpal (LAW’10) Laura S. Khoshbin (LAW’95) Robert F. Kierce (DGE’51, LAW’54) Francis D. Landrey (LAW’76) and Maureen T. Kilfoyle Robert A. Killip (LAW’13, GSM’13) Kyeong Kim (LAW’14) Paul J. Kim (LAW’08, ’09) Maria Kimijima (LAW’14) David C. King (LAW’73) and Mriam J. King
Raymond L. King (LAW’57) and Jean P. King Melissa D. Kirkel (LAW’04) and Dean M. Kirkel Daniel S. Kirshenbaum (CAS’07, MED’11) and Laura B. Kirshenbaum (LAW’12) Timothy H. Kistner (LAW’14) Kaley E. Klanica (LAW’04, SPH’05) H. Frances Kleiner (CAS’75, LAW’79) Ann-Louise Kleper (LAW’73) and Dennis Kleper Norman D. Kline (LAW’59) and Betty F. Kline Tess J. Kline (LAW’90) Meredith R. Klionsky (LAW’13) and Daniel Klionsky David A. Kluft (LAW’03) Jeremy D. Knee (LAW’11) Robert W. Kneisley (LAW’76) and Jean Marcus Lois H. Knight Brian J. Knipe (LAW’98) and Laura B. Knipe Cora S. Koch (LAW’82) and Edward R. Koch D. Paul Koch (LAW’94, GSM’08) and Catherine A. Koch (CAS’96; SED’96, ’97) Rajpreet K. Kochhar (CAS’00, LAW’03) Elisa S. Koenderman (LAW’83) and Kevin R. Koenderman Marc S. Plonskier (LAW’78) and Heni Koenigsberg John H. Kohring (LAW’73) and Kathy A. Kohring Carolyn R. Kopans (LAW’87) Steven M. Kornblau (LAW’87) Julie A. Koshgarian (LAW’91) and David Thoreen Martha J. Koster (LAW’71) Dane R. Kostin (LAW’72) and Michele G. Kostin (CAS’70, LAW’72) Phillip C. Koutsogiane (LAW’73) and Joyce H. Koutsogiane Alan L. Kovacs (LAW’79) and Caryn R. Kovacs Catherine Watson Koziol (LAW’92) and Dennis Koziol Laurence A. Kraemer (LAW’81) and Gloria M. Savini Katelyn M. Kramer (LAW’14) Kenneth A. Krems (LAW’77) and Carol W. Krems Scott W. Kroll (LAW’00) Peter W. Kronberg (LAW’88) and Brenda Kronberg Michael S. Krout (LAW’69) and Susanne W. Krout Matthew R. Kugizaki (LAW’12) Rebecca L. Kurowski (LAW’08) and Brian K. Kurowski Scott C. Kursman (LAW’92)
Glenn M. Kurtz (LAW’89) and Linda R. Kurtz (LAW’88) Douglas A. Kydd (LAW’49) Barry C. Laboda (LAW’79) Anne Marie La Bue (CAS’88, LAW’91) Suzanne M. Lachelier (LAW’92) Jean R. LaCroix (LAW’50) Kathy J. Lamb-Flynn (LAW’81) Robert P. Landau (LAW’83) and Lesley B. Landau (GRS’83, ’86) Joseph M. Landolfi (LAW’98) and Maria E. Landolfi James P. Lane (LAW’86) John J. Lang (LAW’82) Melissa F. Langa (LAW’96) Bruce A. Langer (DGE’73, CAS’75, LAW’78) and Bobbi A. Langer Kent M. Langloss (LAW’13) Arthur L. Lappen (LAW’66) and Marjorie S. Lappen James J. LaRocca (LAW’07) Robert A. Lavenberg (LAW’86) Christopher S. Lavin (LAW’14) Jeffrey N. Lavine (LAW’91) Gary S. Lawson and Patricia Lawson Corinne E. Lax (LAW’89) Ellyn H. Lazar-Moore (LAW’93) and Michael O. Moore Mary S. Leahy (LAW’70) and Charles F. Leahy Amelia Leas-Alback (LAW’14) Caroline L. Meuly (LAW’73) and Marc Leavitt Thomas R. Lebach (LAW’71) and Linda W. Lebach Richard D. LeBlanc (LAW’80) Joanna A. Lee (LAW’14) Maximilian K. Lee (LAW’12) Mark H. Leeds (LAW’84) and Mary Mckenna Felicia Miller (LAW’86) and Benjamin J. Leeman Terry Marvin (LAW’84) and Lori J. Lefferts Richard I. Lefkowitz (LAW’93) and Barbara J. Lefkowitz (LAW’93) Alfred Legelis (LAW’57) and Despina H. Legelis Kevin J. Leichter (LAW’88) and Tamera A. Leichter Warren R. Leiden (LAW’74) and Tiana G. Wimmer Howard C. Lem (LAW’75) and Dorothy E. Lem Chunlin Leonhard (LAW’95) and Christoph L. Leonhard Gerald H. Lepler (LAW’51) and Eleanor R. Lepler (CAS’54) Philip Lerner (LAW’74) Ronald M. Leshnower (LAW’97) Jeffrey A. Lester (LAW’77) and Laurie N. Lester Steven R. Levene (MED’80) and Susan W. Peters (LAW’84)
Eric D. Levin (LAW’98) Christine A. Palmieri (LAW’94) and Brian S. Levine Joel D. Levinson (LAW’81) Sybil P. Levisohn (LAW’77) and Steven R. Levisohn Joshua Levit (LAW’06) Peter Levitt Stanley D. Levitt (LAW’83) and Laurie A. Levitt Brenda G. Levy (LAW’83) and Amnon Levy Joshua Levy Matthew T. Levy (LAW’96, GSM’97) Carol Miller (LAW’80) and Richard Levy Leslie W. Lewkow (LAW’75) and Victor I. Lewkow Karin F. Lieber Joan A. Lieberman (LAW’90) Carol B. Liebman (LAW’75) and Lance M. Liebman Lawrence M. Liebman (LAW’55) and Susan M. Liebman Carol Lilienfeld (LAW’71) Jessica W. Lin (LAW’11) Steven F. Lincoln (LAW’86) David Linhart (LAW’12) Paul B. Linn (LAW’91) Robert S. Linnell (LAW’56) and Maureen P. Linnell Ross E. Linzer (LAW’07, GSM’08) Kenneth D. Lipman (LAW’71) Kimberly C. Nuzum (LAW’98) and Aaron M. Lippert Richard M. Lipsman (LAW’76) Joseph T. Little (LAW’52) Nancy E. Little (LAW’83) Sharen Litwin (LAW’77) Jacob T. Lloyd (LAW’13) Jeffrey A. Loesel (LAW’06) Helen I. Lom (LAW’72) Leon J. Lombardi (LAW’74) and Sara R. Lombardi P. Ann Lomeli (LAW’80) and Gabino Lomeli Cristina M. Lopez (LAW’03) Priscilla Louie (MET’03, SED’06) Bradford S. Lovette (LAW’74) and Ikuyo Ohigashi Claude L. Lowen (LAW’71) Mary A. Lowney (LAW’87) and Matthew Mahoney Thomas J. Luz (LAW’85) and Martha C. Lowrey Luz David A. Lowy (LAW’87) Joshua J. Lozner (LAW’00) and Melissa T. Lozner (LAW’01) John T. Lu (LAW’84) Benjamin N. Lucas (LAW’14) Elaine M. Lucas (LAW’82) and Peter J. Lucas Nicholas P. Luongo (LAW’01) Kenneth R. Luttinger (LAW’78)
Russell I. Lynn (LAW’71) and Katherine L. Lynn David B. Lyons and Sandra N. Lyons Jing Ma (LAW’04) William M. Macdonald (LAW’49) and Ann C. MacDonald Ambar M. Maceo (LAW’14) Scott L. Machanic (LAW’78) and Linda Zaccagnini Andrew C. MacLachlan (LAW’86) and Heidi Maclachlan James A. MacLeod (LAW’93) and Rebecca H. MacLeod John G. MacVane (LAW’11) Andre H. Madeira (LAW’88) and Tracey Woodruff Michael Magruder (LAW’67) Tony R. Maida (LAW’01) and Anthony Volpe Emily A. Maitin (LAW’80) and Donald S. Shepard Gary Maitland (LAW’78) and Kimberly M. Maitland Winfield W. Major (LAW’72) and Susan E. Starkweather Michael M. Malihi (LAW’91) and Ann M. McWhorter Martin S. Malinou (LAW’58, ’59) Brant K. Maller (LAW’82) and Sheryl A. Odentz Maller (CFA’81) William F. Malloy (LAW’68) and Fidele A. Malloy Namita E. Mani (LAW’03) Venu M. Manne (LAW’02, GSM’03) Stephen A. Marcus (LAW’75) and Sandra L. Marcus Donald H. Marden (LAW’64) and Margaret A. Marden David E. Marder (LAW’88) and Margaret Marder Patrick L. Marinaro (LAW’11) George J. Markos (LAW’84) and Jill S. Markos Stephen G. Marks Michelle R. Pascucci (LAW’14) and David Marshak Olinda R. Marshall (LAW’03) Paul R. Marte (LAW’53) and Sally H. Marte Elaine A. Martel (LAW’12) Rafael E. Martin (LAW’97, ’98) Gary F. Marton (LAW’76) Kenneth W. Simons and Christine A. Marx Yoshihisa Masaki (LAW’07) Patricia A. Maslen Stephen M. Mason (LAW’74) and Ann N. Mason Sa’Adiyah K. Masoud (LAW’03) Louis P. Massaro (LAW’63) and Ann M. Massaro Steven Masters (LAW’86) and Beulah Trey Jeanne M. Mathews (LAW’84) Karen Mathiasen (LAW’81) and Martin Schrage
Mika Mayer (LAW’02) and Daniel S. Stellenberg Anat Maytal (LAW’09) Arshag A. Mazmanian (LAW’70) Margaret C. Mazzone (LAW’80) Mary E. McCabe (LAW’66) Julianna T. McCabe (LAW’00) Meredith A. McCardle Primeau (LAW’03) Richard F. McCarthy (LAW’68) and Edwina McCarthy John J. McCarthy (LAW’63) and Joanne M. McCarthy Matthew D. McCloskey (LAW’06) and Jennifer T. McCloskey (LAW’05) Jeffrey A. McCurdy (LAW’85) and Barbara C. McCurdy James S. McDonald (GSM’96, LAW’96) Brent M. McDonald (LAW’04) Ronald J. McDougald (LAW’65) Edward P. McDuffee (LAW’49) Ke-Ching Ning (LAW’74) and M. McLeod Terry McManus Kerri L. McNulty (LAW’05) Michael W. McTigue (LAW’93) and Diane E. McTigue (LAW’93) Maurice McWalter (LAW’65) and Patricia T. McWalter Jefferson H. Megargel (LAW’94) and Marilyn B. Megargel Henry D. Megaw (LAW’90) and Hilda R. Megaw Christopher T. Meier (LAW’98) Kelly R. Melchiondo (LAW’02) and Christopher M. Melchiondo John Paul Mello (LAW’07) Brian W. Mellor (LAW’83) and Mary D. Mellor Ricardo A. Mena-Cerutti (LAW’03) and Rosana Ortigala Judy K. Mencher (LAW’81, GSM’93) Judith R. Mendel (LAW’01) Douglas E. Mesler (SPH’97) and Linda L. Mesler (LAW’90) David T. Metcalfe (LAW’83) and Kristina A. Metcalfe Michael J. Meurer and Yamaguchi Miyuki Ray A. Meyer (LAW’68) Michael A. Meyers (LAW’69, ’70) and Susan F. Meyers Rosemary C. Meyers (LAW’80) and Alan G. Meyers John R. Michaud (LAW’84) and Caroline H. Wehling Leonard S. Michelman (LAW’48) Dragica M. Mijailovic (LAW’95) and Srboljub Mijailovic Charles N. Miller (LAW’57) and Elaine Miller Christopher Miller (COM’00, LAW’00) and Jennifer J. Miller Eleanor R. Miller (LAW’82) Elwynn J. Miller (LAW’63)
Evan D. Miller (LAW’14) Howard M. Miller (LAW’62) and Elaine Miller Kathleen G. Miller (LAW’73) Matthew E. Miller (LAW’02) and Susan G. Miller Paula E. Miller Richard S. Miller (LAW’56, SMG’51) and Doris S. Miller Samual A. Miller (LAW’00) David W. Sanborn (LAW’69) and Nancy J. Miller-Sanborn David M. Mindlin (LAW’78) and Lauren T. Mindlin (GSM’83) Anthony L. Miranda (LAW’00) Paul S. Mistovich (LAW’05) Charles S. Mitchell (LAW’68) and Sandra N. Mitchell (SED’67) Walter L. Mitchell (LAW’70) and Carol N. Mitchell Stefany L. Mitlak (LAW’89) and Bruce H. Mitlak Ashkan Mojdehi (LAW’06) Mark K. Molloy (LAW’96) and Elizabeth P. Molloy Robert J. Molloy (LAW’80) Robert S. Molloy (LAW’84) and Kathleen M. Way John J. Monaghan (LAW’85) and Judith F. Monaghan (LAW’85) Mark A. Mongelluzzo (LAW’01) Caitlin J. Monjeau (LAW’11) Shaun P. Montana (LAW’02) and Shannon A. Montana Nancy J. Moore Allison L. Morgan (LAW’07) Megan Morgan Robert F. Moriarty (LAW’80) and Barbara M. Moriarty Bradley C. Morin (LAW’06) Walter F. Morris (LAW’83) and Teresa J. Morris James L. Morse (LAW’69) and Gretchen B. Morse Demitrios M. Moschos (LAW’65) and Celeste T. Moschos Geoffrey G. Moss (LAW’08) Samuel P. Moulthrop (LAW’76) and Joyce E. Moulthrop Amy L. Mower (LAW’77) Kerry A. Moynihan (CAS’03, LAW’06) Peter G. Mugo (LAW’98) Robert Volk (LAW’78) and Kit C. Mui Andrew J. Mullen (LAW’72) and Jane A. Mullen Rosemarie Mullin (LAW’88) Philip D. Murphy (LAW’82) and Kathleen M. Murphy Kristen L. Murray (LAW’07) Lynn S. Muster (LAW’94) John A. Mutter (LAW’56) Robert D. Myers (LAW’62) and Judith D. Myers
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DONOR ROSTER Joseph P. Nadeau (LAW’62) and Catherine L. Nadeau Debra L. Naish (LAW’87) and Benjamin Naish Monroe Nash and Florence Nash Caddie Nath Melanie C. Nelson (LAW’14) Howard P. Newton (LAW’73) and Mary E. Newton Yihong Ni (LAW’09) Alex Niederman (LAW’08) and Sarah A. Niederman Andrew B. Nieh (LAW’14) John S. Nitao (LAW’92) Nancy J. Nitikman (LAW’80) Gjon N. Nivica (LAW’89) and Erica K. Nivica Kathryn M. Noonan (LAW’74) and Arthur T. Noonan Donald P. Norris (LAW’69) and Sue Norris William S. Norton (LAW’04) Alexander G. Nossiff (LAW’81) and Stephanie Nossiff John G. Nossiff (LAW’89) and Gabrielle Nossiff Katerina M. Novak (LAW’10) Theodore S. Novak (LAW’73) and Beth S. Novak William J. Novak (SMG’71, LAW’73) and Patricia A. Novak Lyle F. Nyberg (LAW’73) and Kathleen Nyberg James M. Oathout (LAW’69) and Catherine V. Oathout Robert O. O’Bannon (LAW’80) and Karen M. O’Bannon Colleen E. O’Connor (LAW’14) Kevin J. O’Dea (LAW’69) and Elizabeth A. O’Dea Kaitlin R. O’Donnell (LAW’09) Richard C. Oh (LAW’86) Lior J. Ohayon (LAW’02) Kevin T. Russell (LAW’93) and Linda M. Okoniewski John J. Okray (LAW’04) Joanne R. Oleksyk (LAW’14) Robert B. Teitelman (LAW’84) and Reesa Olins Salvadore V. Spalitta (LAW’82) and Dena L. Olivier David M. Olsen (LAW’04) Clifford B. Olson (LAW’73) and Suzanne P. Olson C. Matthew Olton (LAW’93) and Laura S. Olton (LAW’94) Elizabeth C. O’Neil (LAW’83) Paul W. Onkka (LAW’73) R. Joseph O’Rourke (LAW’60) and Magill E. O’Rourke Carlos R. Ortega Aycinena (LAW’14) William G. Ortner (LAW’93) and Lynda Ortner Yasuharu Otawa (LAW’11) Richard H. Otto (LAW’80)
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Rafael A. Ovalles (LAW’90) Ross C. Owens (LAW’77) and Margaret N. Owens Vartkis Paghigian (LAW’53) Virginia H. Pagliery (SMG’85, LAW’88) and Sergio E. Pagliery Sunita S. Paknikar (LAW’14) David L. Paldy (LAW’88) Eugene G. Panarese (LAW’53) and Margaret M. Panarese Costantino Panayides (LAW’10) Katerina S. Papacosma (LAW’11) Kathleen M. Paralusz (LAW’98) David M. Paris (COM’75, LAW’78) and Nina J. Paris (SAR’76) Elizabeth A. Parish (LAW’91) Keum Nang Park (LAW’07) William W. Park Jacqueline A. Parker (LAW’98) Jonathan T. Parkhurst (LAW’73) and Judy S. Parkhust David W. Parr (LAW’89) and Cynthia M. Parr (LAW’88) Ronald A. Partnoy (LAW’65) and Diane K. Partnoy (CAS’58) Robert C. Pasciuto (LAW’84, ’91) John R. Pate (LAW’69) and Gertie Pate Joseph P. Patin (LAW’93) and N. J. Patin Amy B. Paul (LAW’92) and Neil M. Paul Seth M. Pavsner (LAW’09) Sylvia S. Paxton (LAW’66) and William D. Paxton Alan C. Pease (LAW’57) and Margaret M. Pease Edwin C. Pease (LAW’97) Ian K. Peck (LAW’12) Adam Peltz (LAW’11, GRS’11) Burton Peltz (LAW’64) and Eleanor R. Peltz Alfonso H. Perez-Bonany Lopez (LAW’06) Chris Perkins and Robin Perkins Julie R. Perkins (LAW’60) and Dwight H. Perkins Theresa A. Perkins (LAW’12) Alynn C. Perl (LAW’07) Elizabeth A. Perl (LAW’97) Carmine K. Perri (LAW’81) and Betsy Sterling Beth S. Persky (LAW’91) Gregory G. Peters (LAW’84) and Deborah M. Peters Christian C. Petersen (LAW’97) Jan M. Petersen (MET’05) Scott M. Pezza (LAW’06, GSM’07) Stacey L. Piecuch (LAW’98) Stacey L. Pietrowicz (LAW’08) Charles A. Pillsbury (LAW’75) Eric W. Pinciss (LAW’04) Dean B. Pineles (LAW’68) and Kristina Stahlbrand William M. Pinzler (LAW’71)
Andrew J. Pitts (LAW’94, GSM’95) and Kristein D. Pitts Peter A. Pizzani (LAW’83) Samuel B. Pollack (LAW’02, GSM’03) Daniel J. Pollak (LAW’88) Jason A. Pollak (LAW’04) Babak A. Pooya (LAW’94) Michael Popowski (LAW’67) and Susan C. Popowski Deborah A. Porder (LAW’80) Verena C. Powell (LAW’87) Erica L. Powers (LAW’71, ’76) Sheila M. Pozon (LAW’03, GRS’04) Prapin Praditthakorn (LAW’13) Wm. G. Prescott (LAW’86) and MaryEllen Prescott Douglas M. Press (LAW’93) and Diana M. Press Harold M. Pressberg (LAW’74) and Ellen K. Pressman Robert F. Preti (LAW’50) John B. Prior (LAW’11) Sharman T. Propp (LAW’86) Mary Beth Prosnitz (LAW’85) and Jay R. Prosnitz Emanuel N. Psarakis (LAW’59) and Margaret L. Psarakis Harold W. Pskowski (CAS’71, LAW’84) and Ellen C. Pskowski Robert M. Pu (LAW’75) and Sen P. Pu Thomas D. Pucci (LAW’52) and Marie D. Pucci Laura Punnett John T. Purves (LAW’68) and Susan Purves David E. Putnam (LAW’69) Stephen J. Queenan (LAW’08) Donald E. Quigley (LAW’67) and Linda D. Quigley Marina Rabinovich (LAW’86) Deitzah A. Raby (LAW’07) Marc J. Rachman (LAW’93) and Andrea Rachman Andrew Radding (LAW’68) and Bonnie A. Radding Joseph S. Radovsky (SMG’66, LAW’69) and Nancy M. Radovsky Lorenzo A. Raimondi (SMG’58, LAW’60) and Beverly L. Raimondi Andrea C. Raiti (LAW’89) Patricia A. Sheehan (LAW’81) and Joseph Rajkowski Stephen M. Randels (LAW’69) Athena A. Rapis (LAW’12) Joel E. Rappoport (LAW’85) Kirk C. Rascoe (LAW’77) Hasan M. Rashid (LAW’08) and Fatema Rashid Robert H. Ratcliffe (LAW’74) and Michelle M. Ratcliffe Alan I. Raylesberg (LAW’75) and Caren T. Raylesberg John P. Rearick (LAW’13) James C. Rehnquist (LAW’87) and Anna G. Rehnquist
F. Joseph Reichmann (LAW’78) Nancy A. Sutherland (LAW’75) and John M. Reid Eugene A. Reilly (LAW’76) and Joan T. Reilly Gideon Reitblat (LAW’05) Sarah N. Remmer (LAW’14) Yuan F. Ren (CAS’11, LAW’14) Matthew A. Renert (LAW’94) Lauren E. Reznick (LAW’07) Stephanie R. Richardson (LAW’03) E. Donald Riddle (LAW’58) and Ann E. Riddle David L. Rihtarchik (LAW’91) Randy L. Shapiro (LAW’89) and Daniel Ripp Bradd S. Robbins (LAW’88) and Syrene C. Robbins Donald M. Robbins (LAW’60) and Esther A. Robbins (CAS’60) Valerie T. Rosenson (LAW’86) and Russell D. Robbins Paul A. Roberts (LAW’68, ’72) and Sharyn L. Roberts Morris N. Robinson (LAW’70, ’71) and Deborah P. Robinson Fred A. Robustelli (LAW’88) Thomas J. Roccio (LAW’79) and Lynne Roccio (SAR’75) Allison Rock (LAW’84) John S. Rodman (LAW’78) and Pamela T. Rodman Toby K. Rodman (LAW’77) and Dean J. Rodman Alex M. Rodolakis (LAW’94) Carissa L. Rodrigue (LAW’09, SPH’10) Jacqueline S. Rogers (LAW’13) A. Ned Rogin (LAW’68) Marisa K. Roman Donald V. Romanik (LAW’79) and Margaret F. Romanik Donald A. Romano (LAW’57) B. Andrew Zelermyer (LAW’89) and Daniel L. Romanow Katelyn H. Rood (LAW’09) Charles A. Roover (SMG’62, LAW’64) Kenneth J. Rose (LAW’81) and Beth Silberman Kenton R. Rose (LAW’84) and Marie B. Rose Peter K. Rosedale (DGE’51, LAW’54) and Beverly A. Rosedale Alvin Rosenbaum (LAW’59) Alexander P. Rosenberg (LAW’73) and Frieda S. Rosenberg Lawrence Rosenbluth and Laurel A. Rosenbluth Denise R. Rosenhaft (LAW’06) A. Joseph Ross (LAW’70) Bonnie G. Ross (LAW’84) and Jordan D. Ross Roger M. Ross (LAW’79) Elizabeth A. Rossi (LAW’12)
Angelo Rossi (SMG’94) and Rosalind S. Rowen Rossi (LAW’86) Lynne N. Rossman (COM’68) and David B. Rossman Joshua D. Roth (LAW’06) and Lauren R. Roth Samantha Rothaus (CAS’07, LAW’10) Paul H. Rothschild (LAW’71) and Marsha F. Rothschild James H. Rotondo (LAW’81) and Anne Rotondo Gregg A. Rubenstein (LAW’98) and Bonnie G. Rubenstein (SSW’97) Scott D. Rubin (LAW’80) and Charlene Rubin David E. Russell (LAW’90) Jeffrey D. Russell (LAW’09) Joseph D. Rutkowski (LAW’11) John J. Ryan (LAW’65) Timothy F. Ryan (LAW’85) Alessandro J. Sacerdoti (LAW’07) Gail S. Strassfeld (LAW’82) and George M. Sachs John R. Sachs (LAW’88) Jodie A. Sadowsky (LAW’02) and Scott Sadowsky Monica N. Sahaf (LAW’04) Michael O. Sheehan (LAW’76) and Denise M. Saldana William J. Salisbury (LAW’67) and Catherine L. Salisbury (LAW’67) John R. Samia (LAW’98) Mitchell Samuelson (CAS’58, LAW’60) and Joan O. Samuelson Sara Ann Sanders (SMG’66, LAW’68) and Robert D. Sanders Mary L. Z. Sanderson (LAW’71, ’76) and Robert C. Sanderson Carolyne A. Sanin (LAW’04) Clare F. Saperstein (LAW’96) Nicholas Sarris (LAW’57) and Shirley A. Sarris Eric F. Saunders (LAW’73) Richard H. Saxe (LAW’71) and Julie A. Saxe Robert A. Scalise (LAW’62) and Judith W. Scalise David E. Schaffer (LAW’78) Gary H. Schatsky (LAW’89) and Ellen Zimmerli Simon Scheff (LAW’49) and Doris D. Scheff Travis L. Scheft (LAW’14, GSM’14) Rebecca J. Scheier (LAW’82) Elias L. Schilowitz (LAW’05) and Lisa T. Schilowitz Anna M. Schleelein Richardson (LAW’08) Daniel Schleifstein (LAW’08) and Heather Schleifstein Logan C. Schmidt (LAW’13) and Andrew R. Schmidt Jacob W. Schneider (LAW’09) and Claire S. Schneider (LAW’10)
Neill W. Schoonmaker (LAW’60) and Joyce F. Schoonmaker James A. Schragger (LAW’85) Daniel F. Schulke (LAW’14) Thomas E. Schwab (LAW’83) and Sue T. Schwab Daniel M. Schwartz (LAW’81) Edward M. Spiro (LAW’76) and Ellen K. Schwartz (LAW’76) Steven J. Schwartz (LAW’66) and Rita R. Schwartz (GRS’70) Lewis J. Schweller (LAW’76) and Marianne B. Schweller Anthony B. Sciarretta (LAW’53) and Antonette M. Sciarretta Douglas W. Scott (LAW’14) James E. Scott J. Jordan Scott (LAW’06) Whitney F. Seeburg (LAW’05) and Daniel P. Seeburg Andrew E. Seewald (LAW’95) Joshua Segal (LAW’10) and Jennifer R. Segal (SED’04) Leah B. Segal (LAW’14) Jane H. Seibert (LAW’93) Jerome D. Sekula (LAW’66) Cynthia M. Selya (LAW’95) and Bruce M. Selya Sheldron Seplowitz (LAW’66, ’67) and Helen K. Seplowitz David Septoff and Veronica Septoff G. Theodore Serra (LAW’14) Kimberly A. Sexton (LAW’07) Salik W. Shaikh (LAW’07) Raisha Vaidya (LAW’98) and Shoeib M. Shaikh Robert A. Shaines (LAW’52) and Denise T. Shaines (SSW’77) Shannon Shair (LAW’11) Leonard I. Shapiro (LAW’61) and Judith B. Shapiro Lora A. Sharpe (COM’76) Charles F. Shaw (LAW’73) and Nancy H. Shaw Brian W. Shea (LAW’03) James E. Sheldon (LAW’76) and Linda S. Sheldon Melinda S. Sherer (LAW’74) Deanna G. Sheridan (LAW’03) Geoffrey Sherman (LAW’03) Ralph M. Sherman (LAW’87) and Rose H. Sherman Robert A. Sherman (LAW’78) and Ellen N. Sherman (MET’83) Heywon Shin (LAW’13) Lauren K. Shryne (LAW’14) Henry H. Shultz (LAW’65) Jared L. Shwartz (LAW’14) Barbara L. Shycoff (LAW’89) Ralph N. Sianni (LAW’95) Jennifer Z. Sieczkiewicz (LAW’04) Lori W. Sievers (LAW’02) and Eric W. Sievers Joan E. Swartz-Siff (LAW’91, COM’92) and Lawrence Siff Michael B. Siller (LAW’89)
Bernard R. Silva (LAW’56) and Yvonne H. Silva Joybell Silverman (LAW’07) and Joel Silverman Steven H. Silverman (CAS’64; LAW’67, ’95) and Marsha F. Silverman Harvey C. Silverstein (LAW’80) Michael A. Silverstein (LAW’59) and Phyllis J. Silverstein (CFA’56) Pierre N. Simenon (LAW’92) and Adeline A. Simenon Shameka L. Simmons (LAW’11) Stella H. Sims (LAW’48) and Arthur I. Sims Jeffrey J. Skerry (LAW’88) and Sharon Skerry David T. Skinner (LAW’12) William P. Skladony (LAW’82) Robert D. Sloane and Fiona M. Sloane G. Franklin Smith (LAW’53) and Evelyn L. Smith Kristen Smith (LAW’07) Matthew K. Smith (LAW’01) and Elizabeth S. Smith Nancy J. Smith (LAW’09) Richard W. Smith (LAW’73) Thomas R. Smith (LAW’70) and Sharon L. Smith Wendy H. Smith (LAW’81) Susan A. Lieberman (LAW’88) and Gary A. Smotrich William J. Snell (LAW’73) and Joan M. Snell Stacie A. Sobosik (LAW’06) Stephen E. Socha (LAW’79) Edward W. Sokolowski (LAW’63) and Carol M. Sokolowski Mildred A. Solis (LAW’09) Jeanne Solomon (LAW’92) and Adam Solomon J. Howard Solomon (LAW’65) and Ann R. Solomon Alan E. Sorcher (LAW’83) Joanne R. Soslow (LAW’91) and Anthony Soslow Susan E. Stenger (LAW’88) and John-Cleeve A. Soter Wayne E. Southward (LAW’83) and Deborah P. Southward William W. Southworth (LAW’67) and Gaye F. Southworth Drew Spalding (LAW’74) and Jane R. Spalding (CAS’74) Alexander H. Spaulding (LAW’82) and Jill Spaulding Russell J. Speidel (LAW’77) and Jean V. Speidel Lawrence S. Elswit (LAW’73) and Bernice W. Speiser (CAS’69) Shoshana S. Speiser (LAW’11) Sherwood R. Spelke (LAW’66) and Laura S. Spelke Janiece B. Spitzmueller (LAW’86, ’87) and Thomas J. Spitzmueller
Jonathan S. Springer (LAW’86) and Karen H. Springer Oliver W. Stalter (LAW’76) and Ellen J. Stalter Alexander Stampf (LAW’00) Joseph R. Standell (LAW’58) and Donna J. Standell Julian A. Stapleford (LAW’00) Ilana H. Starfield Eric L. Stein (LAW’89) and Shari F. Stein Jacqueline F. Stein (LAW’79) Steven B. Stein (LAW’82) and Lisa P. Stein Susan E. Stein (LAW’74) Scott L. Steinberg (LAW’85) and Bryna W. Steinberg (SDM’86) Matthew C. Steinberg (LAW’14) Michael E. Steinberg (LAW’14) William E. Sterling Andrew W. Stern (LAW’91) and Bonnie W. Stern Philip S. Sternstein (LAW’59) Arthur L. Stevenson (LAW’62) and Margaret M. Stevenson Shane D. St Hill (LAW’10) Henrietta T. Stickells (CAS’43, LAW’49) Allen W. Stokes (LAW’72) Layke M. Stolberg (LAW’06) Dale G. Stoodley (LAW’62) and Barbara C. Stoodley John R. Stopa (LAW’78) and Carol D. Stopa Matthew L. Stortz (LAW’14) D. Craig Story (LAW’87) Kimberly Straker (LAW’97) and David A. Straker Holly H. Stratford (LAW’79) and Scott Stratford Adaline Strumolo (LAW’09) Mark L. Sullivan (LAW’72) and Mary M. Sullivan (LAW’72) Katherine Sullivan (LAW’10) Ellen Y. Suni (LAW’74) and Erland A. Suni Georgina J. Suzuki (LAW’14) Robert L. Swanson (LAW’79) and Mary F. Swanson Kelly L. Swanston (LAW’09) Mark D. Swartz (LAW’85) Peter H. Swartz (LAW’83) and Florence L. Swartz Melissa E. Sydney (LAW’07) David S. Szabo (LAW’80) and Melodie A. Wing (LAW’80, ’86) Robert Taft (LAW’58) Kenichi Takarada (LAW’93) Shuxia Tan (LAW’14) Edward D. Tanenhaus (LAW’70) and Ruth A. Tanenhaus (SED’71) Yao Tang (LAW’11) Deborah M. Tate (LAW’85)
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DONOR ROSTER Michael D. Tauer (LAW’03) and Sarah A. Tauer (LAW’03) Henry A. Tempone (DGE’48, LAW’51) Aida E. Ten (CAS’93, MET’99) George W. Tetler (LAW’85) and Sheila L. Tetler Jean S. Thaiss (LAW’88) Alexandra D. Thaler (LAW’06) Gary F. Thomas (LAW’78) M. La Vonne Thompson (LAW’84) Orla G. Thompson (LAW’14) John A. Tierney (LAW’70) and Rosemary S. Tierney Kamla A. Tilley (LAW’07) Carolyn S. Tisdale (LAW’86) and Laurence Tisdale James S. Tobin (LAW’62) Walker F. Todd (LAW’74) and Edith M. Todd Joshua F. Tom (LAW’08) Norman Totten (STH’59; GRS’69, ’77) and Martha A. Totten John F. Trefethen (LAW’73) and Antoinette C. Trefethen Richard Trembowicz (LAW’81) Claudia N. Trevor-Wright (LAW’05) Jeffrey Trey (LAW’95, ’99; GSM’96) Isabel Triana (LAW’10) James A. True (DGE’50, LAW’53) Joseph Zambuto (LAW’02) and Carrie E. Truehart (LAW’02) Susan B. Tuchman (LAW’83) Michael E. Tucker (LAW’89) and Janet H. Tucker Joseph R. Tutalo (LAW’67) and Patricia M. Tutalo Maarten Jan Tuurenhout (LAW’13) Laura E. Udis (LAW’80) Toshihiro Ueda (LAW’02) Antonia J. Uekermann (LAW’08) Paula-Marie Uscilla (LAW’02) Thomas A. Utzinger (LAW’02) Christopher J. Valente (LAW’09) Bernard S. Vallejos (LAW’05) Walter G. Van Dorn (LAW’87) and Marija A. Willen Kleindinst C. Vanel (LAW’01) Patricia A. A. Vanstory (LAW’97) and Lee P. Vanstory Cathryn E. Vaughn (LAW’04) John L. Vecchiolla (LAW’67) and Sharon B. Vecchiolla Joseph S. Vera (LAW’53) and Jane C. Vera Jose M. Vera Orriols (LAW’11) Jeffrey L. Vigliotti (LAW’09) Brian P. Villarreal (LAW’04) Sara K. Von Althann (LAW’08) Sarah M. Waelchli (LAW’05) John F. Wagner (LAW’51) and Gertrude M. Wagner Edward Waldman (LAW’84) Albert W. Wallis (LAW’73)
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Steven L. Zimmerman (LAW’71) and Barbara T. Zimmerman (GRS’70) Gwynne G. Zisko (LAW’87) and Charles V. Zisko Warren A. Zitlau (LAW’93) Irena Zolotova (LAW’06) Joseph P. Zoppo (LAW’89) and Gwendolyn Zoppo William V. Zorn (LAW’78) Lanny M. Zuckerman (LAW’73) Brandon V. Zuniga (LAW’13) Heather R. Zuzenak (LAW’03) Jillian R. Zvolensky (LAW’14)
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CORPORATIONS, FOUNDATIONS, AND MATCHING GIFT COMPANIES JULY 1, 2013–JUNE 30, 2014 GIVING SOCIETIES: PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE: $25,000 or more PRESIDENT’S ASSOCIATES: $20,000–$24,999 DEAN’S CLUB: $5,000–$9,999
FELLOW: $2,500–$4,999 BARRISTER: $1,000–$2,499 FRIEND: $500–$999 DONOR: $1–$499 PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE
Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Law Offices of Mandelbaum & Mandelbaum, PC Vanguard Charitable Ware & Ware Wells Fargo Philanthropy Fund PRESIDENT’S ASSOCIATES
Advisory Trust Anonymous Simmons Charles Lamar Family Foundation Esdaile, Barrett, Jacobs & Mone, LLP John and Kelly Hartman Foundation The Kleh Family Foundation The McCausland Foundation Occidental Petroleum Corporation Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP DEAN’S CLUB
Bernice Cross Trust Biogen Idec The Gayda Family Foundation Medco Health Solutions Charitable Match Fund Schwab Charitable Fund FELLOW
BARBRI, Inc. DB Technical Consulting Kelton Fund, Inc. Lawson & Weitzen, LLP Marjorie W. Sloper Charitable Foundation Michel Family Foundation Law Offices of Victor J. Garo BARRISTER
AMG Charitable Gift Foundation
Catherine S. Stempien Sullivan & Cromwell LLP The Clara Weiss Fund Zimble Family Charity Fund
Choate Hall & Stewart, LLP The Clara Weiss Fund Combined Jewish Philanthropies Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP Eugene P. Schwartz Family Foundation Finnegan Goldman Sachs Philanthropy Fund Goodwin Procter LLP Hanki Family Trust Jewish Communal Fund Jewish Community Foundation Kee & Lau-Kee PLLC Kossoff, PLLC Laura & Harvey Alpert Charitable Foundation McKenzie & Company Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky, and Popeo, P.C. Morrissey, Wilson & Zafiropoulos, LLP Nutter McClennen & Fish, LLP Peter B. Sang Revocable Trust Public Interest Bake Sale Public Interest Beantown Shootout Sarah A. Rothermel Revocable Trust Skadden, Arps, Slate Meagher & Flom LLP Voya Financial FRIEND
Adele and William Feder Private Foundation The Boston Foundation Columbus Jewish Foundation Jerome H. Fletcher Revocable Trust Jerry S. Goldman & Associates PC Kantrovitz & Kantrovitz LLP United Way of Rhode Island William H. Quinn Revocable Trust Zimble Family Charity Fund Jane B. Moore Moore & Moore The Reynold and Bette Paris Family Foundation Peter B. Sang Revocable Trust
Law Office of A. Joseph Ross, J.D. George W. Adams III, Esq.1975 Anna Bastian Attorney at Law Assessment Evaluations Inc. Barrett Foundation Barry F. Evans Family Trust Bingham McCutchen LLP Bonita Sales LLC Braverman and Lester Brockton Animal Hospital LLC Brown Rudnick LLP Chrysler Aviation Inc. David M. Blumenthal, Esq., P.C. The Law Offices of David S. Flashenburg The Law Office of Delmas A. Costin, Jr. Felos & Felos, P.A. Fish & Richardson P.C. Law Office of Frank Campbell Gabrieli Family Foundation The Grunebaum Family Fund HD Luck Charitable Trust The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington Kaplan Law Office of Scott Lucey LLC Lawrence A. & Joan E. Siff Foundation Lieberman Family Foundation The Law Office of Malcolm L. Burdine PC Law Office of Mayra L. Garcia Monroe and Florence Nash Foundation, Inc. Morgan Stanley MotivAction Proskauer Rose LLP Richard Eisenberg Attorney Richard M Fentin Revocable Trust Richard S. Miller Revocable Living Trust Rita R. Schwartz Trust Sid’s Carpet Barn Inc. United Way of Central & Northeastern Connecticut Upton & Hatfield, LLP Law Offices of Wendy M. Bittner Wescott, Dyer, Fitzgerald & Nichols, PA Yoree Trust
MATCHING GIFT COMPANIES DEAN’S CLUB Deloitte FELLOW
Ernst & Young LLP NYSE Euronext, Inc. PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP BARRISTER
Deutsche Bank AG Kirkland & Ellis LLP Lincoln Financial Group Philips Electronics North America Corporation Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP Thompson & Knight Foundation FRIEND
The Boeing Company Franklin Templeton Investments General Electric Company Kindred Healthcare, Inc. McGuireWoods LLP MetLife, Inc. Sullivan & Cromwell LLP DONOR
A&E Television Networks Aetna Inc. AXA Equitable Financial Services, LLC Biogen Idec Capital One Services, Inc. Duke Energy Corporation Gannett Co., Inc. Goldman, Sachs & Co. IBM Johnson & Johnson Legal & General America, Inc. Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc. Northrop Grumman Corporation The Plymouth Rock Foundation Premier, Inc. Prudential Financial, Inc. Sun Life Financial Towers Watson United Technologies Corporation WilmerHale
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Number of alumni events in FY14
53 States that held at least one alumni event in FY14
30% Increase in number of alumni who attended events in FY14 compared to FY13
Countries with FY14 Law Fund donors
Donors who gave to BU Law during Giving Day, April 30, 2014
18% FY14 Law Fund donors who graduated between 2004 and 2014
Dear fellow BU Law alumni, Even if you haven’t recently been in Boston to see the construction of the Sumner M. Redstone Building, you may have participated in BU Law alumni activities all over the country (and globe). Without a doubt, the new building is profound evidence of support from the University, community, and alumni. The reinvigoration of alumni activities in cities other than Boston is less tangible but equally noteworthy. These events provide opportunities to connect, develop, and share our talents and experiences. In major US cities, our Alumni Association develops programs, events, and seminars that strengthen our connections and provide a career-long resource. As one example, alumni find that BU Law graduating students are at the top of the list when new hires are considered. We know the talent that comes out of BU Law, so I ask you to recognize this and be a resource for students for networking and job placement. Please contact the Career Development Office at email@example.com for more information. As you come together with BU Law alumni in your region or in your practice areas, I’m confident you’ll agree that the School of Law educates students not only in the theory of law, but also in the practice and application, so they enter the job market fully prepared. We share a pride in our great institution, and I hope you’ll join other alumni continuing to support the School through the Building on Excellence Campaign or the Annual Fund. If you stop by campus, you’ll notice some exciting changes. Now that the Sumner M. Redstone Building is open, the yearlong law tower renovations are under way. If you can’t make the trip, I know you’ll enjoy joining your fellow BU Law alumni to participate this year in supporting the School, your fellow alumni, current students, and coming generations of aspiring lawyers!
ANDREW P. STREHLE (’94)
Partner, Brown Rudnick LLP President, BU Law Alumni Association PHOTO BY BILL HORSMAN
LETTER FROM THE 2013-2014 PRESIDENT OF THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION, ANDREW P. STREHLE (‘94)
REUNION 2013 TOTAL RAISED
CLASS OF 2008–5TH REUNION
CLASS OF 1973–40TH REUNION
Total Raised: $7,741
Total Raised: $227,455
CLASS OF 2003–10TH REUNION
CLASS OF 1968–45TH REUNION
Total Raised: $16,908
Total Raised: $39,452
CLASS OF 1998–15TH REUNION
CLASS OF 1963–50TH REUNION
Total Raised: $22,920
Total Raised: $5,010
CLASS OF 1993–20TH REUNION
CLASS OF 1958–55TH REUNION
Total Raised: $129,324
Total Raised: $2,970
The two-year reunion giving cycle spans both the fiscal year prior to and the fiscal year of the fall reunion celebration. Alumni celebrating milestone reunion years are invited to increase their gifts in honor of their classes, which encourages a friendly competition. Results from FY13–FY14 are in:
CLASS OF 1988–25TH REUNION
CLASS OF 1953–60TH REUNION
Total Raised: $26,292
Total Raised: $2,460
CLASS OF 1983 $875,242
CLASS OF 1983–30TH REUNION
CLASS OF 1948–65TH REUNION
Total Raised: $875,242
Total Raised: $27,625
CLASS OF 1973 $227,455
CLASS OF 1978–35TH REUNION
CLASS OF 1943–70TH REUNION
Total Raised: $97,980
Total Raised: $218
CLASS OF 1978 $97,980
KEEP IN TOUCH There are many different ways to connect with the School of Law—please reach out to let us know how you would like to get involved! And don’t forget to sign up to receive eUpdate, our monthly newsletter for alumni, at www.bu.edu/law/eupdate. Watch for our new alumni survey—coming soon!
WHO TO CALL ESDAILE ALUMNI CENTER firstname.lastname@example.org | 617-353-3118 • Make a gift to BU Law • Connect with alumni in your area • Join the Young Alumni Council or host an alumni event • Update your contact information or submit class notes • Join our student mentoring program STUDENT AFFAIRS OFFICE email@example.com | 617-358-1800 • Be a guest speaker • Support the Public Interest Auction Learn the full list of benefits and services available to BU Law alumni at bu.edu/law/alumni/benefits
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Alumni Events across the globe Hailing from all 50 states and 45 countries, our more than 24,000 alumni were able to connect with the School of Law in FY2014. Over 50 organized events—including networking breakfasts, social gatherings, and professional education opportunities—took place in locations from Shanghai to Newport Beach.
USA CHICAGO, IL NEW YORK, NY SAN FRANCISCO, CA
WASHINGTON, DC ATLANTA, GA
NEWPORT BEACH, CA
Events held in 2013–2014
AUGUST 8, 2013 Career Fair Reception
NEW YORK, NY
AUGUST 9, 2013 New York Young Alumni Distinguished Dinner
NEW YORK, NY
SEPTEMBER 23, 2013 Chicago Happy Hour
AUGUST 14, 2013 DC Alumni Chapter Meeting
US—West MAY 15, 2014 Coffee & Conversation with Professor Outterson
SAN FRANCISCO, CA MAY 15, 2014 Alumni Dinner with Professor Outterson
NEWPORT BEACH, CA US—East JULY 17, 2013 Boston YAC Summer Celebration
JULY 18, 2013 New York Alumni and Student Reception
NEW YORK, NY
SEPTEMBER 16, 2013 Atlanta Dean’s Reception
SEPTEMBER 19, 2013 DC Happy Hour
NOVEMBER 7, 2013 Boston Young Alumni and 3L Fall Kick-Off
OCTOBER 17, 2013 Networking 101 Panel and 1L Mentor Kick-Off BU School of Law
NOVEMBER 21, 2013 DC Holiday Party
OCTOBER 25, 2013 Sumner M. Redstone Building Celebration BU School of Law
OCTOBER 25–27, 2013 BU Law Alumni Reunion Weekend BU School of Law
NOVEMBER 21, 2013 Connecticut Alumni Holiday Reception
NEW HAVEN, CT
DECEMBER 5, 2013 NYC Alumni Holiday Party
NEW YORK, NY
DECEMBER 11, 2013 Boston Alumni Holiday Party
OCTOBER 2, 2013 Boston YAC Fall Open Meeting
OCTOBER 3, 2013 DC Committee Meeting
OCTOBER 8, 2013 International Bar Association Reception
OCTOBER 15, 2013 New York YAC Fall Open Meeting Resources Global Professionals
NEW YORK, NY
TO LEARN MORE ABOUT EVENTS IN YOUR AREA, VISIT BU.EDU/LAW/ALUMNI/EVENTS 64
OCTOBER 16, 2013 Executive Committee Meeting BU School of Law
We have fantastic alumni events across the US and overseas. We’re calling all alumni to volunteer or help organize events in your area. Help keep our community strong. Contact Sara Dacey, assistant director of alumni relations, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
TOKYO, JAPAN SHANGHAI, CHINA TAIPEI, TAIWAN
APRIL 9, 2014 DC Public Service Award
EUROPE PARIS, FRANCE
APRIL 16, 2014 NYC YAC Quarterly Meeting Resources Global Professionals
NEW YORK, NY
APRIL 22, 2014 DC In-House Dinner
WASHINGTON, DC JANUARY 15, 2014 Boston YAC Quarterly Meeting BU School of Law
FEBRUARY 27, 2014 BU Law Honors Alumni Presidents of the New York Bar Association
JANUARY 22, 2014 NYC YAC Quarterly Meeting Resources Global Professionals
MARCH 10, 2014 Young Alumni Distinguished Dinner
JANUARY 22, 2014 Diversity Celebration
MARCH 13, 2014 NYC YAC Happy Hour
NEW YORK, NY BOSTON, MA
JANUARY 23, 2014 Executive Committee Meeting BU School of Law
FEBRUARY 10, 2014 Survive & Thrive Panel
FEBRUARY 12, 2014 DC Chapter Meeting
FEBRUARY 26, 2014 Boston YAC Networking Breakfast
APRIL 23, 2014 Boston Global Days of Service
JUNE 18, 2014 Thinking Outside the Box: A Look at Alternative Law Careers
WASHINGTON, DC JUNE 25, 2014 Executive Committee Annual Meeting Boston University
EUROPE MAY 22, 2014 Alumni and Admitted Student Reception
APRIL 26, 2014 New York Global Days of Service
MAY 24, 2014 Alumni and Admitted Student Reception
MAY 7, 2014 DC Young Alumni Game Night
MAY 29, 2014 Alumni and Admitted Student Reception
MAY 15, 2014 Boston Young Alumni 3L Happy Hour
MAY 30, 2014 Alumni and Admitted Student Reception
MAY 15, 2014 New York Young Alumni Trivia Night
MAY 30, 2014 Alumni and Admitted Student Reception
APRIL 3, 2014 Executive Committee Meeting Boston University
JUNE 4, 2014 An Evening in Soho with BU Law
JUNE 6, 2014 Alumni and Admitted Student Reception
NEW YORK, NY BOSTON, MA
NEW YORK, NY
MARCH 26, 2014 Boston Alumni and Admitted Student Reception
APRIL 2, 2014 Boston YAC Meeting
WASHINGTON, DC BOSTON, MA
NEW YORK, NY NEW YORK, NY
BANGKOK, THAILAND TOKYO, JAPAN
BEIJING, CHINA TAIPEI, TAIWAN
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Crusading for Public Interest Law— and Against ALS
Michael Gollin (’84) and family are working to secure PIP’s Legacy. l BY FRANCES KING
T BU LAW’S annual Public Interest Project (PIP) community service to all interested Boston University law students and auction in April, Michael A. Gollin (’84) was honalumni. The group sponsors a number of annual fundraising events, ored with the group’s first Public Interest Project including the spring auction, to fund the grants. Innovators Award. The award was noteworthy on its own merits, but it was made all the more so by A NEW CHALLENGE two other compelling facts. First, Gollin earned Since launching PIP, Gollin has continued nurturing his own passion his innovator’s stripes at the School of Law back for public interest work, “layering it,” he says, upon his career in intelin the early 1980s, and PIP itself was the direct result of those longlectual property law. In 2002, he founded Public Interest Intellectual ago efforts. And second, even as Gollin now contends with a debilitatProperty Advisors, an organization that provides pro bono intellectual ing degenerative illness, he is working to secure the PIP legacy. property services to developing nations—uniting his two professional Today, Gollin is a patent attorney at Venable LLP in passions. Washington, DC—an interesting path for someone who Those passions took on a new urgency in 2012, when graduated from Princeton with a degree in biochemistry Gollin was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis WHATEVER and then earned a master’s degree in biology from the (ALS), commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, an ABILITY University of Zurich, where he studied fruit fly muscles. incurable motor neuron disease. In response, he began I HAVE NOW, I’LL HAVE LESS But Gollin’s parents, both professors and activists, working aggressively to speed the search for new theraTOMORROW. brought their son up to believe that you pay attention to pies for ALS, in part by working pro bono as an advisor YOU DO your world—which Gollin did first through science, and with the ALS Association. CONTINUE later through law—and that when an opportunity arises ALS is not only terminal, it is also degenerative—a GRIEVING to make the world better, you grab it. reality that Gollin both accepts and struggles against. THAT LOSS. Those impulses found a congenial home at BU Law, “Whatever ability I have now,” he says, “I’ll have less I’M LEARNING where Gollin contemplated a career in environmental tomorrow. You do continue grieving that loss. But I’m ALTERNATIVE law, with a public interest emphasis. But when it came TECHNOLOGIES, learning alternative technologies, and I’ll adapt. There time to land a summer internship—which Gollin needed is joy in that. But it takes work to find it.” AND I’LL ADAPT. to help fund his education—an unpaid public sector or While ALS has already slowed Gollin’s speech, it has THERE IS JOY nonprofit placement was not an option. “I needed a paid not diminished his ideas, spirit, and enthusiasm for IN THAT, BUT IT
TAKES WORK TO position,” he says, “and I found one in a patent law firm public sector work. Being diagnosed with a terminal illFIND IT. in New York City.” He discovered that he loved it. “That ness, says Gollin matter-of-factly, leads to a heightened really started me down the path of intellectual property state of mental and emotional clarity. “It really makes law,” he recalls. But his desire to pursue public interest law persisted. you focus,” he explains. THE BIRTH AND GROWTH OF PIP Back at BU Law, Gollin and two classmates—Joe Ronson and Dan Van Doren (both ’85)—began thinking about how to broaden the choices for their fellow students who shared that desire, but couldn’t afford to follow it. Together they founded PIP, made Gollin its first president, and agreed upon a simple mission: to provide financial support through grants to students seeking summer work in otherwise unpaid public interest internships. The founders and friends raised enough funds to be able to offer the first PIP grants to 16 BU law students in the summer of 1984, with awards ranging from $1,000 to $2,000. Thirty years later, PIP is one of the leading law student groups at Boston University, fostering a commitment to nonprofit, government, and pro bono work, and promoting
SECURING A LEGACY At the PIP auction in April, it was also announced that Gollin’s family has established the Michael Gollin Fund for Public Interest and Intellectual Property at Boston University. The endowed fund will provide a permanent source of funding that will help students pursue public interest and intellectual property law, regardless of their financial constraints. It wraps Gollin’s two passions into one source of support, giving full testimony to his belief that the path to fulfillment requires both creativity and service to others. BU Law welcomes contributions to the Michael Gollin Fund and the Public Interest Project. Please contact Nate O’Connell (email@example.com) for more information.
PHOTO COURTESY OF MICHAEL GOLLIN
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