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Lessons from Alfred Kinsey: Research centers influence the global rule of law 1L survey: New curriculum moving the needle alumni news + winter 2010 + a publication of Indiana Law

2009-2010 DEAN’S REPORT


A message from the dean


A record-breaking campaign: promise matched


Campaign transforms student scholarships, faculty support


Three honored with Law School’s Distinguished Service Awards


Alumni spotlight


Survey shows new curriculum moving the needle


Smaller world, bigger demands: Indiana Law students experience globalization


Alfred Kinsey and Al Jazeera


Three global scholars, one law school, one day


A CLEAR solution to preventing medical errors and saving lives


Honor roll of donors


The Kimberling Society


Indiana Law volunteers


A message from the Alumni Board president


Class notes


In memoriam


Receptions and reunions


Ways to give to the Fund for Excellence

Dean and Val Nolan Professor of Law. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lauren Robel

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Executive Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and John E. Schiller Chair in Legal Ethics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hannah Buxbaum Associate Dean for Student and Alumni Affairs . . . . . . . . . . . Leonard Fromm Assistant Dean for Alumni Relations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Andrea Havill Assistant Dean for Advancement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean Regenovich, JD, LLM

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Annual Fund Director. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lisa Hosey

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ergo is published in print in April and December, and electronically in February, June, August, and October, by the Indiana University Maurer School of Law. Arthur M. Lotz Office of Alumni and Development / Indiana University Maurer School of Law + 211 S. Indiana Ave. + Bloomington, IN 47405-7001 + 812-855-9700 + 800-286-0002 Copyright 2010 The Trustees of Indiana University

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and Marketing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ken Turchi

It means that the credentials of our incoming students are better than ever. The incoming 2009 class had a median LSAT score of 164, compared with from the Office of the Dean

161 in 2003. The median GPA was 3.78, compared with 3.42 in 2003. And we have become more selective as a School, admitting only 25 percent of applicants, compared with 31 percent in 2003. Our students come from 125 undergraduate institutions and 34 states, plus Canada, China, and Cyprus.

Dear Alumni and Friends: I am excited to share with you the dramatic changes the Indiana University Maurer School of Law has undergone since July 2003, when the School’s Matching the Promise Campaign began. Your incredible generosity has moved Indiana Law to new heights. The Matching the Promise Campaign raised $92.5 million, including a landmark scholarship gift of $35 million from Michael S. “Mickey” Maurer, JD’67, and his wife, Janie; and a $25 million grant for faculty support from Lilly Endowment, Inc. The campaign, which shattered the original goal of $30 million established in 2003, will result in $1.6 million in annual matching funds from the university. Annual giving has increased 63 percent since 2003, and the amount of the average gift has increased 29 percent. The School now has 119 Partners in Excellence, 31 of whom give at least $10,000 per year. More than 100 alumni and friends have joined The Kimberling Society and made a planned gift to the Law School. And the market value of the School’s endowment has grown 126 percent, to $53.6 million at June 30, 2010. What does this unprecedented support mean for the Maurer School of Law, its faculty, and its students?

The Matching the Promise Campaign raised $92.5 million, including major gifts of $25 million from Lilly Endowment for faculty support and $35 million from Michael and Janie Maurer for scholarships. FACULTY SUPPORT SCHOLARSHIPS OTHER

It means that we have met the goal set forth in our Strategic Plan in 2005: To be in the Top 10 among public law schools. Indiana Law is now ranked 27th overall by U.S. News & World Report, compared with 40th in 2003. We could not have achieved these spectacular results without the generosity of our alumni and friends, who have supported the Law School financially and as volunteers. In the 2009-10 academic year alone, 823 alumni gave their time to the School. Working closely with our outstanding Office of Career and Professional Development, you provided shadowing opportunities, resume review, networking assistance, career coaching and recruiting services.


More than 1,000 alumni attended events outside of Bloomington, and our active Alumni Societies in Chicago and Washington, DC served as models for future societies in other cities. As 2010 draws to a close, we have much to celebrate. Your support and

Annual fund gifts have increased 63% since 2003.

generosity are making it possible for us to continue to attract top-flight faculty who will prepare our outstanding students to be the most ethical and sophisticated lawyers in the world. Your role in the Matching the Promise Campaign has truly been transformative, and all of us are ending the year on a note of gratitude for the commitment so many have made to our School. All my best, ( DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS )

It means that we have been able to expand our distinguished faculty, who are consulted as experts around the world. In 2010 alone, they published 22 books, casebooks, and treatises; wrote 89 articles, essays, and book chapters; gave 60 lectures at universities in the United States; and delivered 20 lectures 2 + ergo + 2009-2010 dean’s report

at international universities. The Law School’s faculty were quoted in the media 164 times during the past year. We now have 57 full-time faculty and a student/faculty ratio of 9.5 to 1, among the lowest in the Big Ten — and even lower than Harvard’s! It means that scholarship support has grown 400 percent since 2003, from $2 million to $10 million annually. It means that 125 more students receive scholarships every year now than they did when the campaign began.

Lauren Robel Dean and Val Nolan Professor of Law

The School now has 119 Partners in Excellence, 31 of whom give at least $10,000 per year.

As the student trustee of Indiana University, third-year law student

Abbey Stemler is often bombarded with publications from every conceivable department, office, and campus in the IU system. When she opened a recent piece from the IU Foundation, she admitted she was “nearly lulled to sleep” by page after page of statistical fundraising data. She kept flipping through the magazine, and found her eye drawn to a particular graph.

“There, where even a first-grader could see, was the impressive truth,” she

said. “There was a huge blue bar representing the total amount the Law School raised that stretched far beyond the red bar of the fundraising goal.”

The Law School concluded its Matching the Promise campaign earlier

this summer, wrapping up the most historic and transformational fundraising effort the School has ever known. At the beginning of the campaign, in July 2003, the fundraising goal for the Law School was set at $30 million.

At the time it seemed a bleak prospect.

“I’ve had the good privilege of serving on our Board of Visitors,” said Bob

Kassing, JD’64, “and I knew the history of giving at the board level had been about 25 percent in any given year or campaign. So if our goal was $30 million, that was about $7.5 million we were going to have to raise just from the board. We figured out a way to set some goals to encourage giving, but even then we were still going to be short.”

Enter the Lilly Endowment. In December 2007, Dean Lauren Robel got

the phone call that changed the momentum of the campaign, and the future of the Law School. The caller was Sara B. Cobb, the Endowment’s vice president for education. She told Robel that the Lilly Endowment was making a $25 million gift to the Law School to use however she saw fit.

At the time, Indiana Law’s faculty were being successfully recruited away

for higher salaries. Robel put an end to that immediately. Bolstered by the

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$25 million gift from the Lilly Endowment, Robel was able to provide better offers to existing faculty and recruit five exceptional scholars from around the country.

One year later, Michael S. “Mickey” Maurer, JD’67, and his wife, Janie,

stood in an overflowing Moot Court Room to announce a $35 million gift entirely for student scholarships. {+}

Dean Robel, Michael S. “Mickey” Maurer, and student trustee Abbey Stemler address guests at the Matching the Promise capital campaign celebration.

“We’re all trying to solidify and

“The quality of education we

enhance the tremendous gains this

can provide today surpasses

Law School has made in the last

anything we’ve been able to do

few years under the leadership of

before,” Robel said. “We’ve set new

Dean Robel,” Maurer said. “Many

heights, new bars, new dreams for

of us wouldn’t be so committed or

our students because our alumni

involved if it weren’t for her. She

and supporters saw what we could

will know what to do with these

do. I’ve had the privilege of working

gifts. Our gift to this campaign gave

with the finest, most selfless, and

Janie and I such a wonderful feeling

most visionary humans we’ve ever

of accomplishment.”

known. You’ve ensured the future

of our Law School, and I can’t thank

The Maurer and Lilly Endow-

ment gifts put the Law School in

you enough.”

a tremendous position for success.

the leadership of Bill Hunt, JD’69,

“Those two gifts just changed

Robel and Maurer credited

the character and momentum of

the campaign chair, and Kassing,

this campaign forever,” said Kassing.

chair of the development committee

“They enabled us to drive the

for the Board of Visitors, with

campaign home, in our view.”

the phenomenal success of the

fundraising campaign.

While those gifts built the

cornerstone of the Matching the

Promise campaign, it was the

people,” Maurer, who chaired the

generosity, kindness, and vision

previous fundraising campaign,

from countless others that allowed

said. “I’m hoping that one day in

the campaign to achieve such

the future, after we have another

success. Whether it was a seven-

extremely successful campaign,

figure check from an alumnus or

Bob and Bill will be invited to a

$25 from a staff member, every

celebration like this and remember

dollar is going toward making a

the successes they had.”

tangible difference in providing an

affordable legal education that

any time soliciting from a future

rivals the best in the country.

generation of Maurer School of Law


In early November, the School

“These are two extraordinary

For his part, Hunt didn’t waste

“To the scholarship recipients

brought together alumni, donors,

faculty, and students to celebrate the

out there, you’re looking at one,”

success of the campaign.

Hunt said. “We have your address

and we’ll hunt you down for the

“I could talk about the impact

of your support in numbers,” Robel

rest of your life! The returns on the

told the crowded room. “They’re

investments just from people I know

phenomenal. But I’d rather have

are incredible. This has been a team

all the students who are receiving

effort, and I know we’re all honored

scholarships stand up.”

to be graduates of this Law School.”


At that request, nearly every

student in the crowd stood up.

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Here, in their own words, are some of the students and faculty whose lives have been forever changed thanks to the extraordinary support you’ve given them.

Jillian Rountree, JD/MPA’13 As the fifth child in my family (and the third to go to graduate school), the college budget was used up by the time I finished my undergraduate degree. I knew I wanted to come to law school so that I could work in the public sector and serve my community, but I also knew that that would mean leaving school with a lot of debt and a lower salary. This scholarship was truly a dream come true. When I received the admissions package in the mail, my mom cried she was so excited. And I suddenly knew I could pursue my dreams without the huge burden of debt. Now, I am at Indiana Law, able In today’s fragile economy, the mere thought of affording a legal education

to afford to study without working while in school. Without this scholarship,

can be enough to turn some prospective applicants away. But the generosity

I would have likely ended up at a different law school, one where I could

and vision of Indiana University Maurer School of Law alumni and friends

live with my family or otherwise lower my expenses. I feel so fortunate that

throughout the Matching the Promise campaign have ensured students will

I could make my choice about law school and about my career based on the

have access to a high-quality, affordable Law School for generations to come.

quality of the opportunity and my passions.

More than $55 million of the $92 million raised during the campaign has gone toward student scholarship support, with $35 million of that alone coming from Michael S. “Mickey” and Janie Maurer. An additional $25 million from Lilly Endowment, Inc. has kept many of the Law School’s top

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faculty in Bloomington and allowed the School to attract even more.

Alex Simpson, JD’11 The scholarships that I received have enabled me to pursue a challenging law degree without the additional stress of worrying about how I will pay for it. I came to law school with a challenging financial situation: tons of debt from undergrad and grad school. It seemed that my only option would be a

“The commitment that so many of our dedicated alumni made to providing

part-time program that would allow me to work during the day. However,

support to the students means that right now, in a small school, 125 more

thanks to the scholarship funds I received, I will be graduating from one

students are receiving scholarships every year than when we started,” said

of the top law schools in the country. In addition, I have been able to take

Dean Lauren Robel. “We’re attracting some of the best students in the nation

advantage of many of the extracurricular activities offered here at the Law

to Indiana at this point, and we weren’t able to do that before we had the

School including moot court, journals, and the Student Bar Association.

kind of scholarship support we’re able to provide now. This campaign was

I am truly blessed to have received such generous support and I cannot

transformational for our school. It transformed our faculty. It has transformed

wait for the day that I am able to pay it forward. Without the assistance I am

our student body. It has re-energized our entire community. And for that,

receiving, I am not sure that I would have been able to attend law school.

we all have endless gratitude.” {+}

In fact, my family and I have recognized that the scholarships are what made it possible for me to be a law student. {+}

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Campaign transforms student scholarships, faculty support

Professor Mark D. Janis, Robert A. Lucas Chair of Law, JD’89

Three honored with Law School’s Distinguished Service Awards

The tremendous success of this campaign is about as big and strong a signal a law school could make that it’s serious about its mission. This is an effort to create a more nationally distinctive, really special place. For Indiana Law to be able to say “Oh by the way, we have this tremendous gift, and we’re going to use it to bring in the best faculty, to devote it to student scholarships, and all these other special uses for it,” that’s a big-time signal. There were certainly people in the halls of my old law school and many other places that were saying, “If only that could be us.” Thank you so much for all this funding has done already and is likely to do in the future. It is truly fantastic. {finis}

Three alumni from the Indiana University Maurer School of Law were honored on October 8 with prestigious Distinguished Service Awards. The awards were established in 1997 to recognize Indiana Law graduates who have distinguished themselves in service to their communities and the IU Maurer School of Law in ways that exceed expectations in the course of their business, professional, or civic duties. This year’s recipients are:

Gregory A. Castanias, JD’90


Gregory A. Castanias, JD’90. Castanias is a partner and head of the federal circuit practice at Jones Day in

Washington, D.C. He has argued three cases before the U.S. Supreme Court and is considered one of the country’s

leading intellectual property attorneys. Castanias has served the Law School in countless ways, from mentoring

current and prospective students to an eight-year tenure on the School’s Alumni Board.


Leroy W. Hofmann, JD’58. Hofmann has been a highly decorated litigator throughout his 51-year law career

in Phoenix. He has held leadership positions with the American Board of Trial Advocates and the Arizona

Association for Justice. He is a dedicated volunteer to the Arizona Lost Boys Center, which assists hundreds of

Sudanese men orphaned by the Sudanese Civil War.


Laurie N. Robinson, JD’98. Robinson is the senior vice president and assistant general counsel of CBS

Corporation. She is the author of several legal-related publications and writes a quarterly column on diversity

in the legal profession for Inside Counsel magazine. She is the founder of Corporate Counsel Women of Color,

a nonprofit organization of more than 2,400 minority women who work primarily for Fortune 1000 and Forbes 2000 legal departments.

carries with it the obligation to give back to the community,” said Lauren Robel, Dean and Val Nolan Professor of Law. Leroy W. Hofmann, JD’58

“Pro bono work and public service are the moral dues we pay to be a part of this profession, and our students know from day one that their law degree will give them the power to provide access to justice for all of our citizens. Our DSA recipients – Greg, Lee, and Laurie – embody the spirit of public service and are an inspiration to all of us.” The recipients were honored at a lunchtime ceremony in the Indiana Memorial Union’s Alumni Hall. The ceremony was part of the Law School’s annual Alumni Summit, which brings together alumni from across the country to conduct

Laurie N. Robinson, JD’98

various board meetings and engage with both faculty and students.


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“At the Maurer School of Law, we have a deep tradition of teaching our students that the privilege of practicing law


Susan Dwyer Riley, JD’06, knows

mediator. She even finished three

After 10 months of strategic planning,

a new outlook on true professional

the value of organization. As a

years in a doctoral counseling

she launched Susan Dwyer Riley,


prosecutor in Wilmington, Del.,

psychology program before moving

LLC, earlier this year. She helps


for four years, Riley had to prepare

to Bloomington. But after extensive

clients organize their lives, allowing

“It is always scary to make a change,

for the thousands of cases that were

education and a legal career,

them to find the perfect balance to

but sometimes it can also be com-

submitted to her office. “I went to

Riley decided in 2009 to begin

every part of what they do.

pletely invigorating,” she said. “I

Law School knowing I wanted to

pursuing a new passion: a career


would never jump into anything

be a prosecutor,” Riley recalled.

as a professional organizer.

“I have always dreamt of having my

without having done my research,

“In fact, there is no other law job


own business and career based on

but in the end the biggest challenge

that I ever wanted. I come from a

“In the summer of 2009, I moved

my creativity and love of design,”

is believing in yourself. Once you

family of lawyers and enjoy a good

from Delaware to Hoboken, NJ, and

Riley said, “so owning my own

really believe you can do it, then you

intellectual debate, but never had

got married that September,” Riley

business is something I have been

are ready to make the jump.”

much interest in the corporate

said. “Those changes caused me to

contemplating for more than 10


world or big business. I have always

think about what would be next for

years. It just never felt like the right

Riley also maintains a blog on

been a ‘do-gooder’ by nature, and it

my career. I could either start taking

time before.”

organization and design, which

felt like an interesting and exciting

bar exams and looking for prosecu-


can be read at:

way to give back to society and help

tor positions near my new home,

With an eye for design and the best

make the world a little better.”

or I could do something new. And

ways to maximize small spaces, Riley


whatever decision I made had to

finds the urban areas of New York

Riley’s background wasn’t that of a

be the right decision for when my

City and New Jersey to be the perfect

typical lawyer to begin with. With a

husband and I have kids. It felt like a

fit for the work she does. Leaving a

master’s degree in counseling and

perfect time for me to take a chance

successful legal career behind was

sport psychology, Riley seemed more

on me and start my business.”

difficult, but the rewards of doing

destined to become a therapist or

what she truly loves have given Riley


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It took a lot of soul-searching, a lot of

during my time as an attorney, my

professionals,” Edgerton said. “Our

Edgerton said she is extremely

contemplation, but eventually

career change was motivated in large

services include both commercial

happy with the decision she made,

Jessica Edgerton, JD’04, made what

part by a desire to spend more time

and residential real estate apprais-

but advises others to do their home-

she believes was the right choice for

interacting with people, and less

als and our client scope spans all

work before taking action.

her: leaving the legal profession.

time behind a desk,” she said. “My

practice areas, including estates



current position involves just that,

and trusts, bankruptcy, family and

“I spent a lot of time thinking about

“When I graduated from the Law

and I’m loving it.”

divorce law, and real estate tax.”

my choices before I left the practice

School, I was set on a law firm career



of law, because I understood that

path,” she said. “I practiced first in a

Leaving the legal profession didn’t

With an economy that is slowly

once you leave, it is often extremely

litigation boutique in Boston, and,

mean Edgerton left behind all of

recovering from one of the worst

difficult to reinsert yourself in the

Many companies and

upon arriving in Chicago, accepted a

her legal skills. In fact, as the head

recessions in recent memory, many

legal market,” she said. “That said,

professions view hiring former

position with a mid-sized firm, where

of business development for US

current students and graduates are

a law degree is a huge advantage in

I worked for more than two years.”

Appraisal Group’s Attorney Services

considering the vast career paths

the nonlegal career market. Many


Division, she uses all the knowledge

that a law degree can offer. The

companies and professions view

Life in a firm was great, she said,

and experience gained from years as

Law School’s Office of Career

hiring former attorneys and law

but she often missed the social

a practicing attorney.

and Professional Development

degree holders as something of a

interaction that comes from having


has given students the chance to

bragging point. Recognize that your

more intimate personal relationships

“We’re a national appraisal manage-

hear from alumni in many different

options are extensive. Don’t be

with others.

ment company, and our attorney

professional fields through its

afraid to go after what you want!”


services division provides client-

Career Choices series.

“While I gained enormous experi-

specific appraisal solutions for


ence and longstanding friendships

attorneys, paralegals, and other legal


“...a law degree is a huge advantage in the nonlegal career market.

attorneys and law degree holders as something of a bragging point.”

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Survey shows new curriculum moving the needle

Where are improvements being made? After just three offerings of the Legal

The new course includes an

Professions course, students at the Maurer School of Law report significant

actual client with a sophisticated,

gains in the following areas:

law-related project.

– The ability to work more effectively with others

“We’re giving students an intense 1L

– Developing a core code of ethics and values

experience that pushes those ideas

– Acquiring job-related skills

of teamwork and social interaction,”

– Understanding and interacting with peers from different

Silver said. “We think it is important

to look for opportunities to reinforce

ethnic/racial groups

– Solving complex, real-world problems

those lessons.”

– Developing clear career goals – Satisfaction with the overall educational experience at the Law School Silver, JD’80, who took over as LSSSE director this fall, said the most recent data is a clear sign that Indiana Law’s curricular changes are working. “One benefit of LSSSE is that the survey can be administered every year. Doing so provides multiple data points that reveal both stability and change,”

curriculum for its first-year students, the theory was that the students would become better prepared to enter the legal job market by the time they graduated three years later. While courses like torts and contract law have been a staple of legal education for decades, the faculty believed that an emphasis on realities of the profession would be a useful addition to enable students to develop clearer career goals and draw a better roadmap on how to get there. This fall, after three iterations of the Legal Professions course, the School has the hard data to suggest the curricular shift is not only better preparing law students, it is improving their overall education experience in the process. Using statistics from the most recent Law School Survey of Student Engagement (LSSSE), two of the professors involved in this effort, Professors Bill

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Henderson and Carole Silver, can now say definitively that the Law School’s unique approach to 1L education is making a positive difference. “When we were creating the Legal Professions course, our goals were to forge our students’ professional identities in response to the Carnegie Report, create greater awareness of lawyer competencies, and enable students to make better career choices,” Henderson said. “We then picked out the LSSSE questions that spoke to those goals and reviewed the results. Did we move the needle in a positive direction? The answer is unequivocally yes.”


Henderson credited the Maurer

stability. Then all of a sudden in 2010, there is quite a significant uptick in

School of Law faculty with the

responses of 1L students with regard to questions related to the issues that

vision and willingness to make

the Legal Professions course addresses. Because the Legal Professions course

tough changes.

accounts for the major change implemented by the Law School with regard to these issues, we can infer that the improvements in students’ responses are causally related to the curricular changes.”

“Our faculty voted for this and gave up course credits to make this happen,” he said. “This was

The bottom line is that Indiana Law students are enjoying a more enriching

a school-wide initiative and our

and satisfying law school experience, and are entering the workforce better

faculty deserve the gains. Our 1L

prepared than ever.

course is working. We now know

“Our students are developing soft skills — working with others, listening to and communicating with clients — that are crucially important in the practice of law,” Silver said. “Practicing law involves analytical ability and good

we’re making a difference. And the great thing is that we plan on getting even better.” {finis}

judgment, communication skills and the ability to build relationships. The more experience students get in these areas, the better they will be at them.” Both Henderson and Silver noted that one course can only do so much. While all 1Ls are required to take the Legal Professions course, the Law School is gradually developing a larger, more robust, curriculum that allows them the opportunity to further develop and hone their skills. For example, a new Project Management course for 2L and 3L students is specifically designed for students to work collaboratively in teams on complex projects.

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When the Maurer School of Law faculty voted years ago to begin an innovative

she said. “Looking at the Law School’s past results, there was substantial

Smaller world, bigger demands: Indiana Law students experience globalization It’s no secret that the world is

Why India? “That’s a good question,

shrinking. Technology, mobility,

given that it’s a huge, poor, crowded

and population growth are all

country with a cumbersome civil

contributing to a society that is fast

service,” said Jay Krishnan, Professor

becoming global in every sense.

of Law, Charles L. Whistler Faculty

And as the world shrinks, lawyers

Fellow, and Director of the Center

need to be prepared to meet an

on the Global Legal Profession’s

entirely new set of client demands

India Program. “Despite these

and challenges.

challenges, India is growing quickly,

To help students become better prepared in today’s global environment, the Maurer School of Law is developing initiatives to introduce students to career options around the world. In the summer of 2010,

several hundred million Englishspeaking residents. Most of all,” he continued, “India is a democracy, and the rule of law prevails. There’s no better environment for students to experience globalization.” {+}

India in a variety of settings, including clerkships in highly regarded law firms; rights-based, non-governmental organizations (NGOs); and the Indian Solicitor General’s Office.

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six students spent the summer in

with savvy entrepreneurs and

this is India, and there aren’t many

in the incredible backlog of cases

Americans, but in my opinion being

making their way through the India

a minority is completely different

legal system. “Experts say it will

from being in the minority in a

take 320 years to clear more than

given setting.” She noted that “White

31 million cases pending in the

colleagues get preferential

country’s various courts,” she said.

treatment in simple things, such

As an intern in the Indian Solicitor

as our driver opening the door for

General’s Office, Oppenheimer got

my white colleague and not for me,

first-hand experience with one

or Indians wanting to take pictures

of those cases, working late into

with my white colleagues and not

the night on an arbitration case

me. At times,” she said, “I am more

involving a breach of contract claim.

aware of the fact I am African-

“It was a wonderful insider’s view

American in India than I am when

The students — Erin Mihalik, Nick

on how international arbitration

I’m in the U.S.”

Dau-Schmidt, Zachary Holladay,

works in India,” she reported. Before

Erica Oppenheimer, Jillian

going to the Solicitor General’s

Rountree, and Renee Turner

Office, Oppenheimer worked for six

(clockwise from upper left) —

weeks at Amarchand & Mangaldas,

blended their first-year law school

India’s largest law firm.

experience with insights into the culture of the world’s largest democracy. Dau-Schmidt spent his internship at J. Sagar Associates, a law firm in New Delhi. “The work was interesting, and I appreciated how much time I was given to learn about issues and educate myself,” he said. He was surprised by the short duration and relatively low cost of an Indian legal education, 18 + ergo + 2009-2010 dean’s report

which has led him to reflect on the American legal system.

advocates for the South Asian group once known as “untouchables.” Her report, “The Disparate Effect of Displacement on India’s Most Vulnerable Communities,” was included in a presentation to the former Secretary to the Prime Minister of India.

vice chancellor of JGU. “It will create knowledge and develop the professional

internships for Maurer School of Law students in India and JGLS students in the U.S.; research, academic collaboration, and conference opportunities; and recruitment into the Maurer School’s international LLM program. “The Law School is seeking highly qualified Indian law students to join our LLM program,” said Dean Lauren Robel. “JGLS will provide us with excellent candidates.” Professor of Law and Charles L. Whistler Faculty Fellow Jayanth Krishnan, who heads the Maurer School of Law’s India Law Program, added, “To my

role of Milton Stewart, JD’71, who

knowledge, this is the first time that an Indian and a U.S. university have

committed both his time and

profit sector (Holladay, Mihalik,

“We are honored to enter into this collaboration,” said Professor C. Raj Kumar,

exchanges between the Law School and the Jindal Global Law School (JGLS);

Stewart Fellows because of the

interns who worked in the non-

Affairs, along with the IU Center on Philanthropy.

At the Law School, the collaboration will include non-degree student

The six students were named

the India Program. The three

the Kelley School of Business, and the School of Public and Environmental

II, Distinguished Visiting Professor — Chair Lecture.

the Dalit Foundation, where he is a

resources in framing and executing

between JGU and three of IU’s professional schools: the Maurer School of Law,

Kumar visited Indiana Law in October, when he delivered the George P. Smith,

Martin Luther King on the walls of

oppressed group.”

New Delhi. The collaboration will establish, maintain and enhance interaction

students first-hand interaction with the rapidly growing Indian economy.”

“It was inspiring to see pictures of

conducting research for the

Jindal Global University, a private university in Haryana, India, just outside

experiences within the U.S. educational system, while giving American

experience extremely rewarding.

role model for this traditionally

The Maurer School of Law is playing a major role in a collaboration with O.P.

skills of our students by introducing them to a wide variety of graduate-level

Turner nonetheless found the

Turner spent her time in India Dalit Foundation, an NGO that


C. Raj Kumar

entered into such a wide-ranging collaboration across several professional disciplines. The partnership is especially timely given the Indian government’s current attention to educational collaboration with U.S. institutions and President Obama’s visit to Delhi in early November.”

and Turner) were also named

JGU was established in 2009 to promote global education. Its benefactor,

As an African-American, Turner

Holdeen Scholars in honor of the

Naveen Jindal, the founding chancellor, provided the groundbreaking

gained new insights into what

Unitarian Universalist Holdeen

resources to launch the university. {finis}

it means to be a member of a

India Program, which provided

minority. “I certainly don’t correlate

scholarships under the leadership of

my experiences as a minority in the

its director, Kathy Sreedhar. {finis}

U.S. with my experiences in India,” she said. “I am in a minority, because

Jayanth Krishnan

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Oppenheimer became immersed

“Henderson is daring to ask which matters more — a few years in the military, a few years in the job force, or a few years as a law review editor —

Alfred Kinsey and Al Jazeera

It isn’t often that law professors are compared to Alfred Kinsey

Henderson’s research extends to the legal profession. He has formed a separate entity called Lawyer

and interviewed on Al Jazeera in the same week. But such is the influence of

Metrics, which examines the process of big-firm hiring, training, promotion, and retention. “Our research shows that

the Maurer School of Law’s research centers, both at home and abroad.

the correlation between success as a law student — academic honors, law journal, and so forth — and success as a

practitioner may not be as strong as we’ve always thought,” Henderson said. He added that factors such as teamwork

Under the direction of Professor William Henderson, Val Nolan

Faculty Fellow, the Center on the Global Legal Profession conducts cutting-

and project management are more closely linked to a lawyer’s success within a firm. “Unfortunately, these skills aren’t

edge research on a variety of topics affecting the practice of law. Henderson’s

taught in law school. If we can add these skills to the curriculum through the legal professions course and otherwise,

research is being incorporated into the Law School’s curriculum with the goal

our students will graduate more likely to succeed as practitioners.”

of producing the most prepared, ethical, and educated lawyers in the world.

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“The purpose of the Center can be defined in two words: applied

The Center’s research has the potential to do for the profession what IU’s renowned Alfred Kinsey did for the study of sex, according to a recent article in the American Lawyer: “Henderson is daring to ask which matters

research,” Henderson explained. “The current big-firm business model is

more — a few years in the military, a few years in the job force, or a few years as a law review editor — in predicting law

under pressure, and lawyers are looking for data that will help them assess

firm success. For many hiring committees, the answers may seem self-evident. Alfred Kinsey’s America was equally

and develop their investment in human capital. Firms just can’t afford to take

convinced that all red-blooded American men were heterosexual and faithful to their wives, who, everyone knew,

a chance on hiring a few newly minted lawyers every year at $160,000 each

weren’t much interested in sex anyway.” Henderson’s research has also been featured in the National Law Journal,

and hope that everything works out.”

U.S. News & World Report, and the ABA Journal.

The Center’s research comes to life in the Law School’s innovative

Whether or not Henderson becomes the Alfred Kinsey of applied legal research remains to be seen.

first-year legal professions course, which goes far beyond the typical study

But the results of these early studies have the potential to change the landscape of legal instruction and lawyer hiring

of the Code of Professional Responsibility (see related story on p. 12). The four-

for decades to come.

hour class helps students discover the practice setting that is right for them,

based on exploration of real-life scenarios and a unique self-assessment of

years of house arrest called on the expertise of David Williams, John S. Hastings Professor of Law and director, Center

the characteristics that produce successful lawyers. Faculty members include

for Constitutional Democracy. {+}

Visiting Professor John Steele, a nationally known expert in the “law of lawyering;” Professor Carole Silver, JD’80, who joined Indiana Law from the Georgetown Law Center in 2010; and Clinical Professor Carwina Weng.

The November elections in Burma and the release of democracy leader Daw Aung San Suu Kyi after 20 21 +

Indiana Law’s research centers influence the rule of law around the world

in predicting law firm success.”

“ Whether or not Henderson becomes the Alfred Kinsey of applied legal research remains to be seen. But the results of these early studies have the potential to change the landscape of legal instruction and lawyer hiring for decades to come.” Williams visits Burma often in his efforts to bring about constitutional democracy.

A noted constitutional law scholar, Williams’ attention in recent years has been focused on Burma, which

The Center on Intellectual Property was established to coordinate the Law School’s intellectual property

has suffered at the hands of a brutal military dictatorship since the 1960s. Williams has been helping ethnic groups

law curriculum, research, and outreach. In September 2010, the Center hosted a conference that brought the nation’s

in the troubled nation build a shared vision of a common constitutional future. A principal Burma advisor to the U.S.

leading patent scholars to Bloomington to consider the modern implications of Professor Robert Merges’ classic law

Department of State, Williams visits the country regularly to meet with resistance leaders and has brought them to

review article, On the Complex Economics of Patent Scope.

Washington to meet with Assistant Secretary of State Kurt Campbell, the first-ever meeting of its kind. Williams has long been critical of the junta’s approach to the elections. In 2009, he told the Senate East Asia

the online journal is unique because it combines the academic rigor of a law review with the immediacy of a legal blog,

Subcommittee that the elections would not be free and fair, adding that the constitution, was “one of the worst” he had

according to Janis.

ever seen. “This constitution is not a good faith gesture toward democracy; it’s a cynical attempt to buy off international

pressure,” he testified.

electronic age,” he explained. “The articles are peer-reviewed and are more ambitious than typical blog entries. However,

Now that the elections have taken place, the United States is watching developments closely. “The U.S. is building lines of communication between Washington and Burma so we can seize the opportunity to step in and help

“IP Theory is designed for the way scholars and practitioners prefer to receive information in today’s

the editing is streamlined, which leads to a faster publication schedule.” Janis noted that IP Theory is being indexed as an open access journal, in addition to being available through

when the time is right,” Williams explained. “You have to know the players on the ground and keep building a coalition

the usual online subscription services. “The open access feature will make it much easier for readers to find timely and

among the ethnic minorities.”

relevant topics and to share them with peers,” he said.

Williams placed hope in Aung San Suu Kyi as a unifying force. “She is one of the leaders that the ethnic

IP Theory features articles, opinion pieces, essays, book reviews, and reviews of literature in IP law and

minorities trust,” he said on Al Jazeera’s Riz Khan Show. “She could be a great unifier, but I don’t think she’ll be

in allied fields of interest to IP scholars. The inaugural issue includes essays by participants in the Second Trademarks

allowed to do so. The fundamental issue in the election is ethnic conflict,” Williams concluded. “Unless and until that

Scholars Roundtable held at DePaul University College of Law in April 2010. The second issue, slated for publication in

is addressed, there won’t be peace in Burma.”

early 2011, will contain materials from a conference titled Patent Scope Revisited and held at the Maurer School of Law

Indiana Law’s newest center deals with the legal mechanisms that are designed to promote innovation

in September 2010. IP Theory can be found at {finis}

Janis, JD’89, Robert A. Lucas Chair of Law and director of the Center on Intellectual Property. “Go to any small town anywhere in Indiana, and you might find a local business owner dealing with a trademark issue, or an artist or a nonprofit group needing advice about copyrights, or a technology start-up building its patent portfolio in order to secure venture funding to support further research. We need lawyers who are trained to deal with those issues, whether they practice in Indiana or take their expertise elsewhere.”

and creativity in virtually every sector of the economy. “Intellectual property law is no longer a niche area,” said Mark D.

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In November 2010, the Center introduced a unique new channel for sharing its research. Titled IP Theory,

Three internationally renowned global scholars were present in the Maurer School of Law on one day: Monday, November 15, 2010.

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Nobel Prize Nominee Professor M. Cherif Bassiouni, Distinguished Research Professor Emeritus, DePaul University College of Law, delivered the inaugural lecture of the Center for the Study of the Middle East’s series, “Issues in Conflict and Post-Conflict Societies in the Middle East,” titled “A Critical Appraisal of Post-Conflict Justice: A Promise Unfulfilled.” Boaventura de Sousa Santos, a noted Latin America expert and Professor of Sociology, School of Economics, University of Coimbra, Portugal, delivered a lecture on the current political processes in Bolivia and Ecuador. Santos described how difficult it is to start a transition toward post-capitalist, post-colonial ways of life. He pointed to the growing importance of political innovations coming from the Global South, which are products of both large social mobilizations and of transformative constitutionalism. His lecture was titled, “Sumak Kawsay (Good Life) or Sustainable Development? Refounding the State and the Economy in the New Constitutionalism of Latin America.”

Professor Peer Zumbansen, the Canada Research Chair in Transnational Economic Governance and Legal Theory and the director of the Critical Research Laboratory in Law and Society at Osgood Hall Law School, York University in Toronto, Ontario, concluded a three-day visit to Indiana Law by speaking on “Transnational Legal Pluralism.” Professor Zumbansen is a prominent interdisciplinary scholar of globalization and law whose research areas include legal theory, anthropology, sociology, political philosophy, and history. His most recent book, Rough Consensus and Running Code: A Theory of Transnational Private Law, analyzes and critiques the private governance systems that have emerged as a response to the increased influence of transnational corporations. {finis}

a CLEAR solution to preventing medical errors and saving lives

has been named co-director of a new interdisciplinary center addressing the ethical, legal and social issues involved in the use of health information for treatment and research. Funded by a $4 million grant from Lilly Endowment, the Center for Law, Ethics, and Applied Research in Health Information (CLEAR Health Information) will leverage the resources of Indiana University and the State of Indiana in health sciences, information technology, law, ethics and other disciplines. Fred H. Cate, distinguished professor and C. Ben Dutton Professor of Law, and director of the Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research, has been named one of the four co-directors of CLEAR Health Information. “Health information technology has been a major focus of the Obama Administration and of healthcare reform,” he said. Cate noted that as many as 98,000 people die every year because of errors that could have been prevented by reliable access to accurate information, including 40,000 deaths from medication errors alone. “While we are succeeding at building better and better systems, vexing ethical, legal and social issues remain,” Cate added. “CLEAR Health Information will

Fred H. Cate

help ensure that the right data are available at the right time for the benefit of patients today and in the future.” The other entities involved in CLEAR Health Information are the School of Informatics and Computing, the School of Medicine, and the Office of the Vice President for Information Technology. The new center will share offices and administrative staff with the Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research to help reduce costs and enhance efficiency. {finis}

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The director of Indiana Law’s Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research

The Fund for Excellence giving societies are: – $10,000 and above: Dean’s Circle Visionaries – $5,000 to $9,999: Dean’s Circle Benefactors – $1,000 to $4,999: Dean’s Circle Directors – $250 to $999: Partners – Up to $249: Associates The 2009-2010 Honor Roll of Donors reflects gifts from July 1, 2009 through June 30, 2010. Unrestricted gifts and annual gifts to student organizations, scholarships, and the Law Library are recognized as contributions to the Fund for Excellence. An asterisk indicates that the donor is deceased.

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Terrill D. Albright, ’65

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Michael D. Shumate

Alfred C. Aman, Jr.

Brenda (Osborne) Freije, ’94

Peter C. McCabe III, ’85

Jacqueline A. Simmons, ’79

Bruce J. Artim, ’82

Richard T. Freije, Jr. ’84

Thomas R. McCully, ’66

Sarah M. Singleton, ’74

M. Scott Bassett, ’86

Eric A. Frey, ’67

Gary W. McFarron

Geoffrey G. Slaughter, ’89

Wayne D. Boberg, ’78

Rose E. Gallagher, ’99

R. Bruce McLean, ’71

George P. Smith, II, ’64

William J. Brody, ’76

Philip C. Genetos, ’77

Michael T. McLoughlin, ’72

Kathleen O. St. Louis, ’84

James R. Brotherson, ’78

Steven E. Goode, ’93

Leslie S. Mead, ’84

Milton R. Stewart, ’71

Jerry J. Burgdoerfer, ’83

Dana I. Green, ’74

Edward L. Michael, ’81

James P. Strenski, ’94

Donald W. Buttrey, ’61

David E. Greene, ’74

Kevin C. Miller, ’82

Charles P. Sutphin, ’85

David L. Carden, ’76

Herbert D. Hart, III, ’77

David C. Milne, ’94

Tommy F. Thompson, ’75

Willard Z. Carr, ’50

Victoria (Van Duren) Hart, ’77

Janet (Beach) Min, ’95

Hon. John D. Tinder, ’75

Gregory A. Castanias, ’90

Elwood H. “Bud” Hillis, ’52

Burke J. Montgomery, ’99

David O. Tittle, ’67

William D. Chambers, ’66

Leroy W. Hofmann, ’58

Robert E. Neiman, ’66

Kenneth L. Turchi, ’83

Rodolfo Chapa, Jr., ’85

Andrew W. Hull, ’86

Susan Blankenbaker

Ted A. Waggoner, ’78

Thomas A. Clancy, ’73

V. William Hunt, ’69

Mark S. Wojciechowski, ’81

Clyde D. Compton, ’65

R. Neil Irwin, ’71

Stephen H. Paul, ’72

Frank E. Wrenick, ‘65

Michael R. Conner, ’75

Robert A. Jefferies Jr., ’66

Jeffrey P. Petrech, ’84

Kenneth R. Yahne, ’68

Catherine A. Conway, ’78

John W. Anderson Foundation

Mark V. Pettinga, ’87

James P. Zeller, ’76

Greta E. Cowart, ’85

David F. Johnson, ’81

Gayle (Gerling) Pettinga, ’87

John H. de Boisblanc, ’66

Gregory J. Jordan, ’84

Steven M. Post, ’77

D. Albert Daspin, ’87

Robert P. Kassing, ’64

Stephen M. Proctor, ’82

Alecia A. DeCoudreaux, ’78

John F. Kimberling, ’50

Richard S. Rhodes, ’53

Ann M. DeLaney, ’77

Gregory C. Knapp, ’81

John F. Richardson, ’77

Kathleen A. DeLaney, ’95

James Koday, ’76

James G. Richmond, ’69

Anne N. DePrez, ’81

Tracy T. Larsen, ’84

Randall R. Riggs, ’77

Francina A. Dlouhy, ’77

Robert D. Lattas, ’01

Timothy J. Riffle, ’83

Donald P. Dorfman, ’57

Stephen W. Lee, ’77

Lauren K. Robel, ’83

Robert P. Duvin, ’61

Millard D. Lesch, ’67

Reed E. Schaper, ‘78

William B. Edge, ’98

John L. Lisher, ’75

Thomas F. Schnellenberger,

Sidney D. Eskenazi, ’53

Mary K. Lisher, ’75

David C. Evans, ’71

Thomas M. Lofton, ’54

Glenn Scolnik, ’78

Richard L. Fanyo, ’76

Larry A. Mackey, ’76

John E. Seddelmeyer, ’74

Thomas M. Fisher, ’94

Scott Y. MacTaggart, ’76

Randolph L. Seger, ’72

Scott N. Flanders, ’82

Hon. Elizabeth N. Mann, ’76

Julian L. Shephard, ’83

Noyes, ’83

Jr., ’79


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Through annual gifts from donors, the Maurer School of Law has sustained and consistently expanded resources for law journals, trial advocacy programs, scholarships, career placement services, and our nationally ranked Law Library. Members of the Dean’s Circle are valued friends and alumni who demonstrate their ongoing commitment through annual gifts to the Fund for Excellence of $1,000 or more. We gratefully acknowledge their generosity and thank all of those who contributed their time, talents, and resources.

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Visionaries $10,000 and above Anonymous Stephen F. Burns, ’68 Donald W. Buttrey, ’61 David L. Carden, ’76 Rodolfo Chapa, Jr., ’85 Clyde D. Compton, ’65 John H. de Boisblanc, ’66 Alecia A. De Coudreaux, ’78 Ann M. DeLaney, ’77 Edward O. DeLaney Donald P. Dorfman, ’57 Sidney D. Eskenazi, ’53 Eskenazi Family Foundation, Inc. Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund Firestone Natural Rubber Co. Scott N. Flanders, ’82 David E. Greene, ’74 V. William Hunt, ’69 John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation John W. Anderson Foundation Lilly Endowment, Inc. Thomas M. Lofton, ’54 Michael S. Maurer, ’67 Edward L. Michael, ’81 Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust Richard S. Rhodes, ’53 Thomas F. Schnellenberger, Jr. ’79

Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving Glenn Scolnik, ’78 Jacqueline A. Simmons, ’79 Milton R. Stewart, ’71 Mark S. Wojciechowski, ’81 +

Benefactors $5,000 to $9,999 Bruce J. Artim, ’82 Baker & Daniels LLP William J. Brody, ’76 Michael R. Conner, ’75 Eli Lilly & Company David C. Evans, ’71 Exxon Education Foundation Anne N. De Prez, ’81 Deloitte & Touche Foundation Stephen L. Ferguson, ’66 Michael E. Flannery, ’83 Household International Finance Millard D. Lesch, ’67 John L. Lisher, ’75 Mary (Sturmon) Lisher, ’75 Larry A. Mackey, ’76 Thomas R. McCully, ’66 Gary W. McFarron R. Bruce McLean, ’71 Robert E. Neiman, ’66 Stephen H. Paul, ’72 Timothy J. Riffle, ’83

Saltsburg Fund Charitable Trust John E. Seddelmeyer, ’74 Randolph L. Seger, ’72 Geoffrey G. Slaughter, ’89 Kathleen (O’Connor) St. Louis, ’84 +

Directors $1,000 to $4,999 Abbott Laboratories Fund Allen County Bar Foundation Anonymous (2) Terrill D. Albright, ’65 Alfred C. Aman, Jr. Joseph M. Ambrose, ’82 Ellis B. Anderson, ’52 Steven H. Ancel, ’60 John Applegate Amy G. Applegate Samuel R. Ardery, ’83 Ayco Charitable Foundation Carl L. Baker, ’68 Adam M. Barnes, ’99 Jessica P. Barth, ’00 M. Scott Bassett, ’86 Stephen W. Beard, Jr., ’98 George N. Bewley, Jr., ’73 K. Steven Blake, ’90 Vorris J. Blankenship, ’65 Christopher A. Bloom, ’75 Wayne D. Boberg, ’78

Bose McKinney & Evans LLP Eric E. Boyd, ’86 James R. Brotherson, ’78 Scott A. Brown, ’85 Jerry J. Burgdoerfer, ’83 John P. Bushemi, ’73 Lyou Byung-Woon James M. Carr, ’75 Willard Z. Carr, ’50 Gregory A. Castanias, ’90 William D. Chambers, ’66 Thomas A. Clancy, ’73 Rachel E. Clark, ’07 Gary J. Clendening, ’68 Pamela (Fisher) Coffey, ’94 Jeffrey S. Cohen, ’89 Harold & Janice Cohen Foundation Daniel O. Conkle Deborah W. Conkle James L. Cooper, ’91 Catherine A. Conway, ’78 Greta (Gerberding) Cowart, ’85 Dalit Foundation D. Albert Daspin, ’87 Kenneth G. Dau-Schmidt Jeffrey S. Davidson, ’73 Richard A. Dean, ’73 Kathleen A. DeLaney, ’95 Francina (McWilton) Dloughy, ’77 Clarence H. Doninger, ’60 Diane K. Dudeck John P. Dudeck Robert P. Duvin, ’61

Lloyd H. Milliken, Jr., ’60 Janet (Beach) Min, ’95 Minneapolis Foundation Burke J. Montgomery, ’99 Jerry Moss, ’62 John M. Mueller, ’97 Hon. Edward W. Najam, Jr. Susan Blankenbaker Noyes, ’83 Aviva A. Orenstein Marianne M. Owen, ’91 Fred J. Pain, Jr., ’55 Roger L. Pardieck, ’63 Michael L. Pate, ’78 Justin P. Patterson, ’65 George T. Patton, Jr., ’87 Marilyn Pendergast Agnes (Siedlecki) Peters, ’79 Jeffrey P. Petrich, ’84 Gayle (Gerling) Pettinga, ’87 Mark V. Pettinga, ’87 William R. Pietz, ’69 Steven M. Post, ’77 Lisa A. Powell, ’84 Stephen M. Proctor, ’82 Thomas L. Pytynia, ’73 Robert L. Ralston, ’80 Jeanette Rearick James L. Reed, Jr., ’92 Jason R. Reese, ’97 Jill E. Reese, ’97 Marilyn (Baker) Resch, ’73 Rhys Corporation John F. Richardson, ’77 Randall R. Riggs, ’77 Lauren K. Robel, ’83 Derek R. Rockers, ’00 Gerald P. Rodeen, ’73 Joel Rosenbloom, ’54 Robert C. Rosenfeld, ’74 Richard A. Rosenthal, Jr., ’81 William A. Rotzien, ’73 Christopher G. Scanlon, ’80 Reed E. Schaper, ’78 Benjamin J. Schmidt, ’08 William E. Schmidt D. Reed Scism, ’65 John M. Segal, ’71 Brian J. Shapiro, ’84 Julian L. Shepard, ’83 Michael D. Shumate Sarah M. Singleton, ’74 Marshall S. Sinick, ’68

Skadden Arps Slate Meagher Flom LLP George P. Smith, II, ’64 Hon. Hugo C. “Chad” Songer, ’60 Roger T. Stelle, ’70 Thomas L. Stevens, ’55 Stites & Harbison James P. Strenski, ’94 Terrance Stroud, ’02 Curtis B. Stuckey, ’73 John F. Sturm, ’72 Hon. Frank E. Sullivan, Jr., ’82 Charles P. Sutphin, ’85 Dudley V. Sutphin Lead Trust Joseph C. Swift, ’72 Christian Chadd Taylor, ’94 Hon. Ellen K. Thomas, ’73 Tommy F. Thompson, ’75 Hon. John D. Tinder, ’75 David O. Tittle, ’67 Courtney R. Tobin, ’92 Frank E. Tolbert, ’55 Malcolm J. Tuesley, ’99 Kenneth L. Turchi, ’83 Inge M. Van der Cruysse, ’04 James L. Vana, ’93 Jennifer (Aichele) Vana, ’93 Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program Wachtell Lipton Rosen & Katz Ted A. Waggoner, ’78 W. William Weeks, ’79 Zeff A. Weiss, ’83 Zoe (Urena) Weiss, ’83 Mark W. Weller, ’83 Brian P. Williams, ’81 David C. Williams Susan H. Williams Gordan D. Wishard, ’69 Alan C. Witte, ’70 Frank E. Wrenick, ’65 Kenneth R. Yahne, ’68 Candance (Grass) Yeager, ’83 Joseph H. Yeager, Jr., ’83 James P. Zeller, ’76 {finis}

* deceased


Debbi (Merriman) Johnstone, ’80 Gregory J. Jordan, ’84 Karen B. Jordan-Boyd, ’85 Robert P. Kassing, ’64 Jeffrey J. Kennedy, ’67 John F. Kimberling, ’50 John F. Kimberling Foundation Gregory C. Knapp, ’81 James Koday, ’76 Susan M. Kornfield, ’82 Kresge Foundation Fred B. Kruger, ’79 Tracy T. Larsen, ’84 Robert D. Lattas, ’01 William C. Lawrence, ’79 Stephen W. Lee, ’77 Lincoln Financial Group Foundation Fred J. Logan, Jr., ’77 Robert G. Lord, ’73 Arthur M. Lotz, ’65 Bruce T. Lucas, ’00 Sheba (Vattamattam) Lucas, ’00 Lumina Foundation for Education Susan Macey, ’80 Scott Y. MacTaggart, ’76 Julia (Overton) Maloney, ’87 Sean T. Maloney, ’86 MALU, LTD. Hon. Elizabeth N. Mann, ’76 Donald D. Martin, ’55 Maurer Family Foundation, Inc. Thomas K. Maxwell, ’68 Peter C. McCabe, III, ’85 John W. McGee, ’78 Thomas M. McGlasson, ’68 Laurence A. McHugh, ’73 Holiday (Hart) McKiernan, ’83 Philip B. McKiernan, ’83 Lisa C. McKinney, ’92 William F. McNagny, ’47 Thomas P. McNulty, ’83 Leslie S. Mead, ’84 Meadwestvaco Corporation Clayton C. Miller, ’93 Jeanne Seidel Miller, ’47 Kevin C. Miller, ’82 P. Michael Miller, ’65 Miller & Company

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William B. Edge, ’98 Dana M. Emery, ’94 Richard L. Fanyo, ’76 Troy D. Farmer, ’97 Penelope S. Farthing, ’70 Thomas M. Fisher, ’94 Dorothy J. Frapwell, ’73 Fredrikson & Byron, P.A. Brenda (Osborne) Freije, ’94 Richard T. Freije, Jr., ’84 Eric A. Frey, ’67 Hon. Ezra H. Friedlander, ’65 Matthew T. Furton, ’95 Rose E. Gallagher, ’99 Philip C. Genetos, ’77 Gary L. Gerling, ’63 Gerling Family Foundation, Inc. Bonnie K. Gibson, ’78 Kathleen (Hoehn) Gillmore, ’72 Judith E. Golitko, ’06 Harry L. Gonso, ’73 Steven E. Goode, ’93 Donald I. Grande, ’66 Dana I. Green, ’74 Carol J. Greenhouse Geoffrey M. Grodner, ’75 Marvin L. Hackman, ’59 Stephen J. Hackman, ’84 Hon. David F. Hamilton Thomas M. Hamilton, Jr., ’69 Herbert D. Hart, III, ’77 Victoria (Van Duren) Hart, ’77 Russell H. Hart, ’56 Augustavia (Johnson) Haydel, ’85 Elwood H. Hillis, ’52 Michael J. Hinchion, ’80 Donald E. Hinkle, ’76 Leroy W. Hofmann, ’58 Hoover Hull LLP Andrew W. Hull, ’86 Kenneth H. Inskeep, ’82 Robert A. Jefferies, Jr., ’66 Jenner & Block LLP Jewish Community Federation of Cleveland Jewish Foundation of Milwaukee Elizabeth Stuart John, ’95 Ian G. John, ’95 Craig W. Johnson David F. Johnson, ’81

The Fund for Excellence 2009-2010 campaign raised $1.2 million, breaking all annual fund records. Special recognition


goes to class agents Frank Tolbert, JD’55, and Don Dorfman, JD’57, who achieved alumni participation rates of 50 percent again this year. Joel Rosenbloom, JD’54, raised the highest amount of any class ($208,300), and Alan Loudermilk


and Donald Vogel, JD’85, raised the second-highest amount ($114,725). Thank you to all class agents and alumni

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

for making this year’s Fund for Excellence campaign the best in the School’s history!

Classes up to 1947

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Total: $250 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Associates Paul D. Ewan, ’37 William J. Regas, ’42



Total: $2,700 Participation: 23% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class Agent: William F. McNagny Total: $2,800 Participation: 15% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Directors William F. McNagny, ’47 Jeanne Seidel Miller, ’48 + Partners John L. Carroll, ’48 Harry H. Hardy, ’48

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Associates Frederick A. Beckman J. Leslie Duvall


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




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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class Agent: Frederick A. Beckman Total: $150 Participation: 10% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


Total: $975 Participation: 19% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Partner Max Cohen +

Associates Waldo F. Beebe F. Wesley Bowers Raymond W. Gray, Jr.* James D. Nafe Harry F. Smiddy, Jr. William D. Stephens


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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class Agent: Carl D. Overman Total: $3,835 Participation: 42% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Directors Ellis B. Anderson Elwood H. Hillis + Partners Gene R. Johnson* Carl D. Overman Saul I. Ruman* + Associates Richard R. De Camp Horace A. Foncannon, Jr. Clarence J. Greenwald James R. Grossman H. Robert Henderson Robert H. McKinney James M. Schwentker, Jr. James L. Smith William J. Wood +

Class Agent: Frank E. Tolbert Total: $6,570 Participation: 50% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Class Agent: Richard S. Rhodes Total: $26,350 Participation: 26% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Visionaries Sidney D. Eskenazi Richard S. Rhodes + Partners Martin N. Daniel Andrew C. Emerson + Associates William T. Burke Charles E. Fritz Thomas D. Logan Alfred W. Moellering



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Class Agent: Joel Rosenbloom Total: $208,300 Participation: 30% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Visionary Thomas M. Lofton + Dean’s Circle Director Joel Rosenbloom +

Dean’s Circle Directors Donald D. Martin Fred J. Pain, Jr. Thomas L. Stevens Frank E. Tolbert + Partners Vitold Reey William J. Sampias + Associates Vernon Atwater James T. Corle Robert J. Eder Alexander Jokay Charles K. McCrory Carl D. Overholser Wayne A. Shirey Robert H. Stahlschmidt Bernard G. Wintner* +


. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class Agent: Richard C. Witte Total: $3,000 Participation: 31% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Director Russell H. Hart, Jr. +

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class Agent: Donald P. Dorfman Total: $17,750 Participation: 50% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .



. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Total: $2,750 Participation: 27% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Director Leroy W. Hofmann +




Dean’s Circle Visionary Donald P. Dorfman + Partners Marvin S. Crell Ralph L. Jewell Donald C. Lehman John H. Menzel Cliff K. Travis + Associates Frank A. Barnhart Richard F. Davisson Rudolph V. Dawson Theodore W. Hirsh Thomas J. O’Connor Robert C. Riddell Thomas M. Small Edwin F. Walmer

Partners Vincent F. Grogg* Lester A. Kassing + Associates Herbert K. Douglas David G. Elmore William A. Freihofer Joseph T. Ives, Jr. William E. Reifsteck Thomas L. Ryan Robert C. Ware

Class Agent: James F. Fitzpatrick Total: $5,585 Participation: 39% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Director Marvin L. Hackman + Partners Paul E. Ave Virgil L. Beeler Daniel D. Fetterley James F. Fitzpatrick Jordan D. Lewis James R. Martin William N. Salin, Sr. John H. Sweeney + Associates William H. Andrews, III John E. Chevigny Terry D. Dietsch Kenneth P. Fedder Robert H. Fraser William I. Garrard Conrad G. Harvey Joseph A. Hays G. Douglass Owens Anne Paramenko Weeks Samuel L. Reed Spencer J. Schnaitter William Theodoros +

Class Agents: Lloyd H. Milliken, Jr. & Hon. Hugo “Chad” Songer Total: $6,400 Participation: 22% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Directors Steven H. Ancel Clarence H. Doninger Lloyd H. Milliken, Jr. Hon. Hugo “Chad” Songer + Partners George N. Beamer, Jr. Richard L. Brown Lester R. Irvin Robert D. Ready + Associates Phillip W. Brown Robert E. Highfield Charles R. Jennings



. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class Agent: Eugene J. McGarvey Total: $14,475 Participation: 20% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Visionary Donald W. Buttrey + Dean’s Circle Director Robert P. Duvin + Partners William G. Bruns Eugene J. McGarvey, Jr. V. (Blodgett) Shields + Associates Joseph T. Bumbleburg Robert L. Fonner James D. Hall John A. Jeffries H. Theodore Noell Richard B. Smith +


Partners Gerald L. Cooley Wayne C. Ponader + Associates Shirley (Schlanger) Abrahamson James C. Clark Miles C. Gerberding Donald G. Hendrickson Robert W. Miller William W. Peach Reza Rezazadeh Joseph G. Roberts

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Partners Dale E. Armstrong Arnold Krevitz + Associates Carl N. Carpenter John W. Donaldson William B. Heubel Ray G. Miller Jack N. Van Stone

Total: $2,375 Participation: 20% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Class Agent: Robert P. Kassing Total: $8,200 Participation: 32% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Dean’s Circle Director Jerry Moss + Partners Lee W. Dabagia Carl E. Ver Beek + Associates Daniel P. Byron Rafe H. Cloe Thomas A. Dailey Martin J. Flynn John J. Lorber Hugo E. Martz Milford M. Miller, Jr. Margarett (Stahl) Pardieck Oscar C. Ventanilla, Jr. David S. Wedding +


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Total: $3,225 Participation: 19% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Directors Gary L. Gerling Roger L. Pardieck + Partners George E. Buckingham Sherman J. Keller + Associates Larry C. Amos Thomas C. Bigley, Jr. Charles E. Bruess John M. Clifton, Jr. Donald D. Doxsee Lewis R. Katz Spencer J. Nunley Edward B. Wallis +

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Dean’s Circle Directors Robert P. Kassing George P. Smith, II + Partners John E. Allen Timothy J. Connor Thomas A. Coyne Mark A. McIntosh* P. Michael Mitchell Sydney L. Steele Robert P. Tinnin, Jr. + Associates Herbert M. Bohlman George G. Bryan Craig B. Campbell William C. Ervin Edward C. King Gerald H. McGlone James V. McGlone James J. Nagy Robert E. Peterson Gene E. Robbins Marshall D. Ruchman Charles O. Ziemer

D. Reed Scism Frank E. Wrenick + Partners Stephen W. Crider Thomas E. Fruechtenicht Thomas G. Karter George L. Stubbs, Jr. John W. Whiteleather, Jr. + Associates Sherrill W. Colvin Ray M. Druley Thomas G. Fisher Robert S. Koor Philip H. Larmore Frank T. Lewis B. Michael McCormick Arthur C. Nordhoff, Jr. David S. Poston William G. Prime Robert F. Welker William C. Whitman Thomas G. Wright



. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class Agents: Clyde D. Compton & John W. Whiteleather, Jr. Total: $36,370 Participation: 30% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Visionary Clyde D. Compton + Dean’s Circle Directors Terrill D. Albright Vorris J. Blankenship Hon. Ezra H. Friedlander Arthur M. Lotz P. Michael Miller Justin P. Patterson



Class Agent: Thomas R. McCully Total: $27,195 Participation: 22% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


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Dean’s Circle Visionary John H. de Boisblanc + Dean’s Circle Benefactors Stephen L. Ferguson Thomas R. McCully Robert E. Neiman + Dean’s Circle Directors William D. Chambers Donald I. Grande Robert A. Jefferies, Jr. + Partners Robert A. Garelick Henry C. Hudson Denis L. Koehlinger Elliott D. Levin Tracy E. Little Thomas K. Milligan

James A. Lang Jon H. Moll David H. Nicholls William F. Thompson Ronald A. Tibaldi John F. Tweedle David J. Wallsmith Sally (Hartfield) Westley


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Frank J. Otte Daniel A. Roby + Associates Robert D. Arnold Douglas R. Bridges David A. Butcher John C. Cox Ralph B. Eddy William J. Hein William W. Hurst Nancy (Lehman) Litzenberger Robert D. Mann Stephen C. Moberly Mamoru Muraoka Peter D. Shumacker

Class Agents: Eric A. Frey & David O. Tittle Total: $15,432 Participation: 19% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Visionary Michael S. “Mickey” Maurer + Dean’s Circle Benefactors Millard D. Lesch + Dean’s Circle Directors Eric A. Frey Jeffrey J. Kennedy David O. Tittle + Partners Elliott Abrutyn Malcolm C. Mallette James C. Nelson Richard E. Woosnam + Associates John F. Androski Jon C. Baxter George A. Brattain Russell L. Brewer Craig W. Caplinger Charles J. Collet F. Roberts Hanning, Jr. John R. Hillis Robert V. Kixmiller

Class Agent: Larry R. Fisher Total: $60,670 Participation: 24% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Visionary Stephen F. Burns + Dean’s Circle Directors Carl L. Baker Gary J. Clendening Thomas K. Maxwell Thomas M. McGlasson Marshall S. Sinick Kenneth R. Yahne + Partners Ernest F. Aud, Jr. Larry R. Fisher John K. Graham David A. Kruse W. Wyatt Rauch Daniel B. Seitz Donald C. Wells + Associates John V. Barnett, Jr. George H. Brant Harold E. Brueseke Lawson J. Clark II Richard J. Darko E. Duane Daugherty Alan H. Hedegard Robert E. Kabisch Michael S. Kanne Thomas A. Keith Joseph S. King C. David Little Anthony W. Mommer E. Kent Moore Anita L. Morse Michael D. Peyton

William C. Reynolds Alexander L. Rogers William C. Rust, Jr. Peter W. Steketee Frederick F. Thornburg William H. Van Deest Kent H. Westley +


. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class Agent: John L. Pogue Total: $6,750 Participation: 14% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Visionary V. William Hunt + Dean’s Circle Directors Thomas M. Hamilton, Jr. William R. Pietz Gordon D. Wishard + Partners Carl A. Heldt, III Lon D. Showley + Associates Thomas H. Bryan Richard L. Darst Patrick E. Donoghue Curtis B. Eskew Gerald F. George Peter L. Goerges Gregory A. Hartzler David M. Haskett Frank C. Hider Max W. Hittle, Jr. Robert S. Hulett James R. Kuehl Brian J. May Daniel A. Medrea John L. Pogue Robert N. Swartz John R. Treat +


. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class Agents: Ronald B. Brodey & Alan C. Witte Total: $8,495 Participation: 23% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Directors Penelope S. Farthing Roger T. Stelle Alan C. Witte + Partners Samuel R. Born II Ronald B. Brodey Richard W. Davis, Jr. David A. Dodge Robert D. Epstein David T. Stutsman Edward L. Volk + Associates Ann (McCallister) Coons Robert G. Fishman Jack H. Frisch David E. Gilman J. Patrick Glynn Gordon Gulitz Ruth (Myer) Huitema Harvey M. Kagan Thomas O. Magan William J. Maher David A. Rose Gregory W. Sturm Dane L. Tubergen Thomas L. Tuytschaevers* Charles C. Wicks +


. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class Agent: Robert A. Long Total: $18,133 Participation: 20% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Visionary Milton R. Stewart + Dean’s Circle Benefactors David C. Evans R. Bruce McLean +

Dean’s Circle Director John M. Segal + Partners Wade R. Bosley Ronald L. Chapman Terry K. Hiestand James D. Kemper Robert A. Long Charles M. Middlesworth, Jr. + Associates John G. Baker Richard E. Boston Linda Chezem Geoffrey K. Church James W. Curtis, Jr. R. Neil Irwin Larry R. Linhart Michael D. O’Connor William H. Replogle II Richard J. Shagley Charles T. Spencer Richard E. Stahl John P. Stelle Jeffrey A. Winwood



. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class Agent: Randolph L. Seger Total: $16,812 Participation: 19% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Benefactors Stephen H. Paul Randolph L. Seger + Dean’s Circle Directors Kathleen (Hoehn) Gillmore John F. Sturm Joseph C. Swift + Partners Thomas C. Cornwell Marcel Katz Bruce M. Pennamped Thomas L. Shriner, Jr. +


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Class Agent: Laurence A. McHugh Total: $25,475 Participation: 24% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Directors George N. Bewley, Jr. John P. Bushemi Thomas A. Clancy Jeffrey S. Davidson Richard A. Dean Dorothy J. Frapwell Harry L. Gonso Robert G. Lord Laurence A. McHugh Thomas L. Pytynia Marilyn (Baker) Resch Gerald P. Rodeen William A. Rotzien Curtis R. Stuckey Hon. Ellen K. Thomas + Partners Michael R. Fruehwald Michael C. Lacey Terry (Miller) Mumford Carolyn (Holder) Price Charles R. Rubright Myra (Podvoll) Spicker Albert J. Velasquez S. Lee Woodward C. Daniel Yates Michael F. Ward Patrick J. Zika +





Class Agent: Mary Beth Brody Total: $54,395 Participation: 28% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class Agent: David E. Greene Total: $31,275 Participation: 20% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Class Agent: James M. Carr Total: $24,594 Participation: 23% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Benefactors Michael R. Conner John L. Lisher Mary (Sturmon) Lisher + Dean’s Circle Directors Christopher A. Bloom James M. Carr Geoffrey M. Grodner Tommy F. Thompson Hon. John D. Tinder + Partners Terry M. Dworkin Roy R. Johnson Larry J. Kane David M. Main David J. Mallon, Jr. Mark E. Neff Jay M. Rosen K. Stephen Royce Wm. C. Thomson III Fred O. Towe, Jr. +

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Dean’s Circle Visionary David E. Greene + Dean’s Circle Benefactor John E. Seddelmeyer + Dean’s Circle Directors Dana I. Green Robert C. Rosenfeld Sarah M. Singleton + Partners Michael E. Armey Robert D. Bray Thomas J. Breed W. Michael Burns James E. Carlberg Laura J. Cooper Stanley C. Fickle Daniel M. Graly Mary (Hall) Ham David L. Hanselman, Sr. Charles A. Hessler

Associates Richard L. Brown James R. Byron Peter D. Clarke Thomas L. Davis Pedro J. de Jesus Kenneth W. Dodge Paul S. Elkin Thomas C. Ewing William R. Fatout Kenneth E. Gordon Scott T. Kragie Douglas C. Lehman Kenneth W. Macke J. Timothy McCaulay Joyce (Milner) Notarius Fred Schwab Marcia W. Sullivan Robert E. Wrenn

Jane (Titus) Hessler Sally A. Lied Basil H. Lorch III Stephen W. Lyman Ward W. Miller Clarine Nardi Riddle Judith A. Schevtchuk + Associates Larry G. Amick Margaret M. Ankenbruck John R. Carr III John W. Couter Larry R. Downs Lawrence L. Hermalyn John H. Komoroske Mark I. Lillianfeld Timothy M. Morrison Joseph S. Northrop Jon S. Readnour John L. Wittenborn

Dean’s Circle Visionary David L. Carden + Dean’s Circle Benefactors William J. Brody Larry A. Mackey + Dean’s Circle Directors Richard L. Fanyo Donald E. Hinkle James Koday Scott Y. MacTaggart Hon. Elizabeth N. Mann Erik B. Wulff James P. Zeller + Partners Mary Beth (Kleiser) Brody Eric B. Brown Carol Connor Cohen William E. Davis James F. Gillespie Charles E. Greer Donald R. Lundberg John W. Purcell Larry J. Stroble Darell E. Zink, Jr. +

Associates Ann (Keller) Bailey Gary L. Birnbaum Dianne (Blocker) Braun Joan C. Brooks Sarah A. Carter Emily C. Cato Frederick R. Folz Michael P. Gray Alan K. Hofer Barbara H. Lembo Christina M. McKee Charles W. McNagny Roy T. Ogawa Stephen R. Pennell Rebecca L. Rouch Michael H. Sahn David L. Steiner Michele (Usack) Suttle Ned M. Suttle Vincent O. Wagner Michael L. Wills Barbara S. Woodall

Nancy E. Weissman Craig M. White + Associates Gerald F. Allega Robert N. Berg Stephen R. Bowers Mary B. Cook Byron D. Cooper Myrna E. Friedman Paul A. Hass Kurt R. Kaboth Frances E. Komoroske Linda (Boilini) Lees Doyal E. McLemore, Jr. James D. Moore Ann L. Nowak Fredrick L. Rice Bruce W. Roberts Mark J. Roberts Daniel F. Sanchez Michael J. Schneider John J. Stieff





Class Agent: Herbert D. Hart III Total: $25,598 Participation: 21% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Class Agents: James S. Kowalik & Ted A. Waggoner Total: $42,989 Participation: 25% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Dean’s Circle Visionary Ann M. DeLaney + Dean’s Circle Directors Francina (McWilton) Dlouhy Philip C. Genetos Victoria (Van Duren) Hart Herbert D. Hart III Stephen W. Lee Fred J. Logan, Jr. Steven M. Post John F. Richardson Randall R. Riggs + Partners Patricia A. Daly Jeffrey L. Gage Brenda E. Knowles Thomas E. Nelson William M. Pope Thomas C. Scherer

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Dean’s Circle Visionaries Alecia A. De Coudreaux Glenn Scolnik + Dean’s Circle Directors Wayne D. Boberg James R. Brotherson Catherine A. Conway Bonnie K. Gibson John W. McGee Mark S. Niblick Michael L. Pate Reed E. Schaper Ted A. Waggoner + Partners Howard R. Cohen Scott E. Fore Mitchell A. Kline Philip L. McCool Joseph D. O’Connor III

John W. Rowings Linda (Ritchie) Rowings David L. Sandweiss Samuel A. Wachtel Margaret A. Williford Brenda (Wheeler) Zody + Associates Michael E. Brown Ta-Tung J. Chang James R. De Motte Aladean Derose Smithburn Barry G. Gomberg Alicia J. Holland Veda M. Jairrels James S. Kowalik Janett (Burns) Lowes Debra K. Luke John P. Martin Renee (Mawhinney) McDermott George E. Reed, Jr. Patricia S. Roberts Barry C. Slagle Carolyn W. Spengler Ann R. Vaughan

Associates Maria Arista-Volsky Michael J. Botkin Darcy J. Chamberlin Donald D. De Grasse Jeffrey S. Dible Daniel C. Emerson Mark E. GiaQuinta Ronald E. James Paul D. Mathias Michael R. Milsap Sabra A. Weliever Joseph K. Wiley Linda M. Woolcott




. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class Agents: Thomas F. Schnellenberger, Jr. & Jacqueline A. Simmons Total: $8,190 Participation: 13% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Visionaries Thomas F. Schnellenberger, Jr. Jacqueline A. Simmons + Dean’s Circle Directors Fred B. Kruger William C. Lawrence Agnes (Siedlecki) Peters W. William Weeks + Partners Jane Alshuler Bruce A. Hugon Madalyn S. Kinsey Sue (Padgett) Murphy +


. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class Agents: Michael J. Hinchion & Christopher G. Scanlon Total: $9,798 Participation: 16% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Directors Michael J. Hinchion Debbi (Merriman) Johnstone Susan L. Macey Robert L. Ralston Christopher G. Scanlon + Partners Michael A. Aspy Kathryn A. Brogan Miranda (Kiser) Mandel Jean (Reyes) Pechette Stephen J. Peters Thomas A. Pyrz David J. Theising Carole B. Silver + Associates Sue A. Beesley Susan H. Berryman Paul T. Deignan Craig R. Edwards Keith P. Huffman Christina (Navarro) Kalavritinos Dennis A. Kokinda Frederick N. Kopec Alice A. Kuzemka Meredith (Mettlen) McIntyre


Associates Joseph L. Amaral Thomas J. Brannan Robert D. Budesa, Sr. James D. Collier Alice M. Craft LeRoy E. Cummings II Howard W. Feldman Michael R. Fisher Ward S. Hamlin, Jr. Dale E. Hunt Alan L. Johns Stephen J. Johnson John C. Kapsner Eric L. Kirschner Howard M. Lamont Jeffrey S. Marlin Ronald S. Reinstein William D. Roessler Stuart Senescu Willoughby G. Sheane, Jr. Arthur M. Small Robert W. Thacker Philip L. Zorn, Jr.

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Associates John M. Beams Philip D. Burroughs Charles F. Busse John S. Chappell Edward Chosnek Kirk D. Falvay C. Thomas Fennimore William C. Harlow W. Michael Horton Clifton M. Liter William M. Shattuck William K. Thomas Andrew R. Thompson John L. Tuttle IV Kipling N. White Robert T. Wildman

Joseph W. Rebone Christopher S. Roberge Madonna (Kissel) Starr John W. Van Laere






Class Agents: Daniel E. Serban & Marce Gonzalez Total: $22,850 Participation: 18% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Class Agents: Jerry J. Burgdoerfer & Kenneth L. Turchi Total: $38,613 Participation: 24% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Dean’s Circle Visionary Scott N. Flanders + Dean’s Circle Benefactor Bruce J. Artim + Dean’s Circle Directors Joseph M. Ambrose Kenneth H. Inskeep Susan M. Kornfield Kevin C. Miller Stephen M. Proctor Hon. Frank E. Sullivan, Jr. + Partners Roger W. Bennett Gary L. Davis Edward D. Feigenbaum Jay Jaffe Alan A. Levin Cathy S. Moore John B. Powell Kathryn (Knue) Przywara Carol M. Seaman Peter A. Teholiz + Associates Peter G. Bakas Jeffrey A. Boyll Elaine (Becher) Brown Michael S. Callahan Paula (Brandenburg) Cardoza Linda (Clark) Dague Stanley O. Faith Ellen S. Gabovitch Jean (Ellett) Henne C. Dean Higginbotham George L. Lenard Mark S. Moore Les B. Morris

Dean’s Circle Benefactors Michael E. Flannery Timothy J. Riffle + Dean’s Circle Directors Samuel R. Ardery Susan Blankenbaker Noyes Jerry J. Burgdoerfer Holiday (Hart) McKiernan Philip B. McKiernan Thomas P. McNulty Lauren K. Robel Julian L. Shepard Kenneth L. Turchi Zeff A. Weiss Zoe (Urena) Weiss Mark W. Weller Candance (Grass) Yeager Joseph H. Yeager, Jr. + Partners Philip C. Eschels Bruce C. Haas Howard E. Kochell Gina (Skelton) Koons Kurt D. Nondorf Jeffrey B. Rubenstein Rebecca (Wilkinson) Rubenstein Paul S. Ruderman Richard J. Thrapp Keith E. White Tracey (Nicolau) Wise + Associates Richard A. Clark Deborah L. Darter Ronald D. Elkins Becky J. Frederick Marcia (Lee) Harlow Elizabeth A. Justice

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Class Agents: David L. Ferguson & Robert “Bill” W. Jonas, Jr. Total: $42,105 Participation: 19% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Visionaries Edward L. Michael Mark S. Wojciechowski + Dean’s Circle Benefactor Anne N. De Prez + Dean’s Circle Directors David F. Johnson Gregory C. Knapp Richard A. Rosenthal, Jr. Brian P. Williams + Partners Alan W. Becker David L. Ferguson Claire (Tolf) Hugi Matthew R. Lewin Michael A. Pechette John R. Schaibley III J. Scott Troeger Judith A. Waltz Myra L. Willis + Associates David S. Barritt Ted R. Brown Philip K. Cone John A. Crawford Clifford W. Garstang Howard L. Gilberg Anthony P. Gillman Abigail L. Kuzma James S. Legg Chris A. McGuigan Julia E. Merkt Timothy W. Miller David C. Ollis Richard M. Quinlan

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Peter C. Kelty Yvette (Gaff) Kleven Nancy (Vozar) Knapp Mark J. Moryl Mary K. Periolat Chris A. Ramsey Thomas E. Satrom Susan (Reed) Schwab Douglas D. Small Gerhard A. Stuebben Norris K. Wang

Robert J. Tornatta Sally J. Vander Ploeg


. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class Agents: Stephen J. Hackman & James L. Whitlatch Total: $17,350 Participation: 15% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .



. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class Agents: Alan R. Loudermilk & Donald J. Vogel Total: $114,725 Participation: 18% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Visionary Rodolfo Chapa, Jr. + Dean’s Circle Directors Scott A. Brown Greta (Gerberding) Cowart Augustavia (Johnson) Haydel Karen Jordan-Boyd Peter C. McCabe III Charles P. Sutphin + Partners Joan M. Heinz Karl M. Koons III David M. Kraus Richard J. McConnell Erick D. Ponader Donald J. Vogel + Associates James F. Bleeke Barbara L. Brugnaux James C. Carlino Timothy M. Conway Richard T. Groff Timothy J. Haffner Timothy D. Hernly Marion P. Herrington Michael D. Huber John A. Larson Martha (Macomber) Leader Michael J. Lewinski Verlin R. Nafziger Anne (Boyd) Norris Philip M. Purcell David W. Quist Brian W. Rude Richard C. Starkey




Dean’s Circle Benefactor Kathleen (O’Connor) St. Louis + Dean’s Circle Directors Richard T. Freije, Jr. Stephen J. Hackman Gregory J. Jordan Tracy T. Larsen Leslie S. Mead Jeffrey P. Petrich Lisa A. Powell Brian J. Shapiro + Partners Phillip M. Crane Bruce D. Donaldson William H. Hollander Gilberto R. Perez Thomas L. Perkins John W. Polley David R. Warshauer + Associates Marvin R. Abshire James F. Beatty Lee R. Berry, Jr. Jeffrey A. Block Donald E. Brier Ariane (Schallwig) Johnson Stuart A. Katz Karol H. Krohn John P. Lahaie

Paul D. Reid Jane (Hinton) Ruemmele Judith A. Workman

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class Agents: J. Adam Bain & Sean T. Maloney Total: $9,288 Participation: 18% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Directors M. Scott Bassett Eric E. Boyd Andrew W. Hull Sean T. Maloney + Partners J. Adam Bain Hon. Mary Ellen Diekhoff John Fedors, Jr. James A. Gesmer John M. Hamilton David J. Hensel, Esq. Wendy (Wright) Ponader David T. Schaefer Mary (Pelic) Thickstun Timothy L. Tyler + Associates James M. Dion Thomas E. Farrell Kevin D. Gibson Louis K. Nigg Thomas B. Parent Bernard O. Paul Susan (Holtzberg) Roberts Susie (Poole) Ross Kathryn J. Roudebush C. Brian Sauers Karl R. Sturbaum Ann Varnon Marcus J. Woo +



Class Agents: V. Samuel Laurin III & George T. Patton Total: $10,251 Participation: 18% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Class Agent: Allan T. Slagel Total: $5,321 Participation: 13% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Dean’s Circle Directors D. Albert Daspin George T. Patton, Jr. Julia (Overton) Maloney Gayle (Gerling) Pettinga Mark V. Pettinga + Partners Frank E. Berrodin Catherine (Fitzgerald) Duclos Robert J. Lahaie Kim (Ohmart) Laurin V. Samuel Laurin III Lars H. Liebeler Michael C. Lueder Thomas R. Newby + Associates Mark L. Abrell Douglas J. Brackmann James D. Cockrum Marie (Adamson) Collins Robert G. Devetski Sam E. Eversman Joseph R. Heerens Janis L. Johnston Mark E. Johnston James L. Koewler, Jr. Thomas M. Maxwell Patrice (Doyle) Ocken Brian L. Porto Dennis L. Rorick Gail (Benjamin) Shaps Amy M. Smith Joel K. Stein Susan H. Vrahoretis Stephen R. Womble +

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

Partners Douglas C. Ballantine Julia (Church) Dierker Kirk E. Grable Randall M. Jacobs Bruce W. Longbottom Alexander Lopez Kevin D. Nicoson Rebecca K. Schmitt Allan T. Slagel Scott E. Tarter + Associates Scott B. Ainsworth Kevin W. Betz David R. Bolk John F. Dietrich Darya Druch Peled R. Joseph Howell Christopher A. Nichols Sonia D. Overholser Michael D. Scott Sara R. Slaughter Thomas C. Smith Brenda S. Thornton



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Class Agent: Natalie J. Stucky Total: $10,670 Participation: 12% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Benefactor Geoffrey G. Slaughter + Dean’s Circle Director Jeffrey S. Cohen + Partners Deborah Allen-Slagel Thomas E. Baltz Andrew B. Buroker Richard W. Head Mark D. Janis Bryan A. Richards Natalie J. Stucky +

Jeffrey I. Richards Darrell R. Shepard Michael E. Sum Richard W. Young

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Mark J. Phillipoff Peter A. Schroeder Randall R. Shouse Sharon (Zoretich) Terry Mark A. Warsco David B. Wilson



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38 + ergo + 2009-2010 dean’s report

Class Agents: Mark B. Gramelspacher & Theodore C. Stamatakos Total: $7,988 Participation: 15% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Directors K. Steven Blake Gregory A. Castanias + Partners William M. Braman Bonnie L. Foster David A. Foster Mark B. Gramelspacher Tammy (Amor) Haney William C. Hermann Kelly A. Johnson Michael J. MacLean Kris Markarian Theodore C. Stamatakos + Associates Jeffrey J. Beihoff Ellen E. Boshkoff David A. Brown Sheila (Adan) Carson William S. Dickenson Kelli (Carl) Fink Robert H. Lattinville Julia (McClellan) Leavitt Aileen (Simet) Leipprandt

Class Agents: Anne A. Bennett & Mary Ann Ruegger Total: $5,725 Participation: 9% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Directors James L. Cooper Marianne M. Owen + Partners Philippa M. Guthrie Daniel G. McNamara Shapleigh Smith, Jr. + Associates Anthony T. Armstrong Shuba (Krishnan) Bhatt JauNae M. Hanger Julia E. Heitz Cassidy Brent W. Huber Bart A. Karwath Laura A. Linneball Nicholas C. Pappas William B. Totten Joan E. Tupin-Crites Salvador Vasquez Robert H. Wright Laura A. Zwicker



. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class Agents: James A. Joven, Stephen M. Koers & Mark E. Need Total: $5,399 Participation: 9% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Dean’s Circle Directors Lisa C. McKinney James L. Reed Courtney R. Tobin + Partners Steven M. Badger Greg A. Bouwer Darrin M. Dolehanty Matthew J. Miller Mark E. Need Alyssa (Forman) Stamatakos Alan S. Townsend Brantley H. Wright + Associates Anne M. Frye Michael V. Moore Timothy E. Ochs Debra L. Schroeder Robert M. Squier, Jr. Stephanie L. Valadez Mark J. Wassink Charlotte F. Westerhaus



. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class Agents: Clayton C. Miller & James L. Vana Total: $8,236 Participation: 16% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Directors Steven E. Goode Clayton C. Miller James L. Vana Jennifer (Aichele) Vana + Partners Patrick S. Cross Elizabeth (Staton) Idleman Scott C. Idleman Andrea (Isaacs) Need Raymond T. Seach Eric A. Todd Mike J. Yoder + Associates Kent A. Brasseale, II Julie (Meredith) Conrad Jane (Guthridge) Cotton Joseph A. Foster

Laurie A. Gray Carl A. Greci Daniel T. Hackman Mario N. Joven Gary D. Levenson Jason P. Lueking Susan C. Lynch Paul W. Malone Joseph D. McPike Sharon K. Mollman Elliot Michael R. Peterson Sarah S. Riordan Kent A. Rollison Mary B. Schultheis-Burger Anne (Murray) Stamper Kevin E. Steele Karin S. Wiechmann

Sandra (Rasche) Hemmerlein Michael T. Hylland Heidi A. Kendall-Sage Benjamin T. Lo Daniel J. Mathis Alice (McKenzie) Morical Gregory J. Morical Pamela G. Schneeman Janet C. Stavropoulos Sean S. Steele Jason P. Thomas Vlado Vranjes


Class Agent: Ian G. John Total: $9,180 Participation: 15% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class Agents: Thomas E. Deer & Henry S. Noyes Total: $12,135 Participation: 16% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Directors Pamela (Fisher) Coffey Dana M. Emery Thomas M. Fisher Brenda (Osborne) Freije James P. Strenski Christian Chadd Taylor + Partners Edward G. Bielski Rebecca L. Collins David J. Jurkiewicz John T. Keith Robert A. Laudeman Joanne (Crawford) McAnlis Henry S. Noyes Angela F. Parker Jeanne M. Picht + Associates Amanda (Owens) Blackketter Geoffrey J. Bradley Karen (Mellencamp) Davis P. Stephen Fardy Elena (Becker) Gobeyn Clare (Smith) Gorski



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Dean’s Circle Directors Kathleen A. DeLaney Matthew T. Furton Ian G. John Elizabeth Stuart John Janet (Beach) Min + Partners David O. Barrett Daniel P. Fowler Matthew T. Furton Hank H. Kim Angela R. Lang David J. Lazerwitz Charles J. Meyer Christopher J. Rabideau Peter Song Cynthia Storer Baran + Associates Gregory B. Coy Robert A. Dubault Jennifer (Kelly) Fardy John D. Keiffner Melina (Maniatis) Kennedy Jeffrey E. Kimmell James P. Leahey Raymond A. Limon David A. Locke Dana L. Miroballi Jill T. Powlick David H. Schwartz

Laura (Day) Scott Joseph L. Smith, Jr.



. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class Agent: Randal J. Kaltenmark Total: $4,745 Participation: 11% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Partners Rhonda Hospedales Randal J. Kaltenmark Jason L. Kennedy Elissa J. Preheim Susan J. Yoon + Associates Robert F. Barron II Christine (Carroll) Cahill Jill (Wright) Denman Edward M. King Shou Y. Ling Sandip H. Patel Brian S. Perry Jamison S. Prime Frederick W. Schultz Jennifer (Roessler) Schultz Melinda (Gentry) Schwer Susan M. Shook Kevin Tessier John F. Townsend III +


. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class Agents: Troy D. Farmer, Jason R. Reese & Sonia Miller-Van Oort Total: $7,205 Participation: 17% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Directors Troy D. Farmer John M. Mueller Jason R. Reese Jill E. Reese +

Partners Theodore H. Burmeister Nicole (Chrisman) Daniel Eric M. Douthit Allen J. Guon W. James Hamilton Wendy (Melone) Hamilton Sonia L. Miller-Van Oort Randall W. Sifers Danielle (Rifkin) Weksler + Associates Thaddeus R. Ailes Kyle M. Baker James K. Cleland Kelly (Collier) Cleland Roger P. Colinvaux Mark D. Fridy Shelly S. Gibson Heidi G. Goebel Steven S. Hoar David H. Iskowich Frederick B. Jonassen Dale L. Lavi Raoul K. Maitra Raeanna S. Moore Angela K. Moorman Johanna J. Philhower Maple Jacqueline (Jaques) Pugh David A. Suess Todd A. Suter Ellen (Morrison) Townsend Konrad M. Urberg Julie A. Veach Heather (Tallman) Wilson Jered J. Wilson +


. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class Agents: Martha Braswell & Jay Zelenock Total: $6,753 Participation: 7% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Directors Stephen W. Beard Jr. William B. Edge + Partners Cynthia (Losure) Baraban Norman J. Hedges +

Associates Terri (Ozbun) Bruksch Rebecca Gole-Geyer Joshua D. Hague Travis N. Jensen Andrew D. Kruse Kendall H. Millard Marc T. Quigley Jennifer (Wheeler) Terry John S. Terry Germaine (Winnick) Willett Bryan B. Woodruff



. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class Agents: Bryan H. Babb & Julie P. Wilson Total: $13,373 Participation: 11% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Directors Adam M. Barnes Rose E. Gallagher Burke J. Montgomery Malcolm J. Tuesley + Partners Bryan H. Babb Tamatha (Gawlik) Earnhart Heather J. Kidwell Jason D. Kimpel Damon R. Leichty Jennifer A. Thomas Julie P. Wilson + Associates Mark R. Anderson Lynne E. Ellis Karen L. Hsu Kelly (Hansen) Kluting Kathy L. Osborn Mathew J. Roth Daniel R. Roy David L. Theyssen Daniel C. Walters Lawrence Wu Brian Yeley +

Lance D. Like Scott J. Luedke Joanne (Krause) Mages Christian J. Morrison Tracy (Tuley) Pappas Mark J. Romaniuk Theodore Washienko, Jr.

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Associates Katrina J. Amos James E. Anderson Caryl M. Bowers Kevin E. Brown Steven C. Bruess Michael D. Carder Steven L. Carson Larry L. Chubb Susan D. Conner Alison (Tam) Frazier Douglas W. Langdon Daniel R. Miller Stephanie (Galbraith) Moore Eleanor Oths Barr David R. Steiner Anthony C. Sullivan

Class Agents: Angela Karras Neboyskey & David A. Neboyskey Total: $5,488 Participation: 13% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Directors Jessica P. Barth Bruce T. Lucas Sheba (Vattamattam) Lucas Derek R. Rockers + Partners Magdalena (Przytulska) Acevedo Amy (Hurley) Brody + Associates Gabriel Bender Bradley C. Brasser Matthew S. Carr Heather (Miller) Emenhiser Jonathan P. Emenhiser James E. Fisher Steven S. Kluting Pamela S. Meyer Jeffrey D. Mills Jaime L. Neal Angela (Karras) Neboyskey David A. Neboyskey Sandra Perry Amy E. Romig Jennifer N. Ross Leslie Schafer de Ochoa Randall B. Stiles +

2001 40 + ergo + 2009-2010 dean’s report

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class Agents: Emily L. Fitzgerald & Robert D. Lattas Total: $4,061 Participation: 13% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Director Robert D. Lattas +



. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class Agent: Joseph M. Meadows Total: $3,170 Participation: 7% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Director Terrance Stroud + Partners Thomas C. Lunsford Jenny N. Masunaga Angela (Schultz) Yoon Hongsun Yoon + Associates Justin V. Czubaroff Byron D. Hittle Lauren E. Minto Aaron R. Raff Jeffrey D. Roberts Marisol Sanchez

Rafael A. Sanchez Peter P. Ten Eyck Stefanie J. Weigand



. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class Agent: Jill A. Ellis Total: $2,340 Participation: 11% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Associates Anastasia Bednarski Hyun S. Choi Nicole D. Clark Michael P. Commons Debra (Cooper) Davis Jill A. Ellis Cara L. Fedewa Kathryn E. Gordon Michael E. Heintz Jennifer (Burger) Herrmann Matthew R. King Lisa E. Kinney Tonya L. Lengar Nicholas W. Levi Kristy L. Murphy Alexander C. O’Neill Jane E. Rueger Jennifer L. Shea Matthew Silverman Jennifer P. Stephens Joseph B. Walterman M. Danniel Weatherford Jennifer L. Weber

Matthew S. Winings Elizabeth J. Wysong





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

Patrick J. McGowan Jinwoo Park Timothy B. Paul Robin (Moll) Rueger Jacob P. Sheehan Lisa (Lee) Siders Megan (Heath) Stifel + Associates Jeffrey S. Ankrom Ernest C. Cooper Darren A. Craig Steven R. Davis Thomas J. Davis Carina M. de la Torre Kerrye Dove Shakeba duBose Jason L. Fulk Joseph J. Glenn Richard H. Hedrick Thao T. Nguyen Emily M. Salatich Freedom S. Smith Ashley E. Tatman Daniel J. Wagner John R. Worth Kristine L. Zeabart

Class Agents: Michael N. Red & Matthew St. Louis Total: $8,835 Participation: 15% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Benefactor Inge M. Van der Cruysse + Partners Rebecca Biller Nicole F. Cammarota Shane D. Deaton Bryan R. Mason

Class Agents: David W. Clark & Renea (Vealey Hill) Hooper Total: $1,870 Participation: 9% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Associates Aaron J. Butler David W. Clark Rachael N. Clark Jill (Klasing) Doggett Abram B. Gregory Renea (Vealey Hill) Hooper Layne S. Keele Matthew R. Lesher Katherine A. Miltner Melissa M. Mortimer Kristin J. Neff Amanda (Feltman) Raad John W. Russell Anthony J. Spotts Lisa A. Sturzenberger Megan Tucker Gimbel

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class Agents: Rebecca Bailey Jacobsen & Maurice Williams Total: $7,943 Participation: 9% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Director Judith E. Golitko + Partners Yvette M. Alex-Assensoh Timothy A. Haley Anna T. Meyer Joel R. Meyer Christopher W. Smith John S. Wills + Associates Kellie (Johnson) Barr Matthew B. Barr Christopher B. Brokmeie Daniel P. Burns Michelle Cosby Stephen E. Fenn Christina M. Finn James T. Pinyerd Adam C. Shields Shana C. Stump Faye H. Teng Martin N. Weiser Corey L. Zarse +


. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class Agents: Stephanie A. Artnak & Laura J. Koenig Total: $5,493 Participation: 17% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Director Rachel E. Clark + Partners Stephanie A. Artnak Laura J. Koenig Mark K. Leeman

Derek R. Molter Katie (McCauley) Molter Jane M. Susott + Associates Elizabeth (Lewis) Baney Nathan D. Baney Birk K. Billingsley Carly (Szentesy) Brandenburg Stephen M. Brandenburg Robyn (Slaughter) Brittain David T. Callan Casey B. Cox Sarah W. Dame Dustin R. DeNeal Michael F. Donnelly Jill M. Felkins William P. Harbison Casey M. Holsapple Adam D. Houston Corey A. Johanningmeier Christopher D. Lang Suzy E. Lee Leslie C. McCoy Edward R. Murray Shaun M. Raad Kenneth K. Rathburn Christopher D. Schimke Jason T. Schnellenberger Jacob B. Schtevie Emily L. Tamlyn Mickey K. Weber Peter J. Wozniak + 2008 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class Agents: Maria E. Bennett & Jennifer M. Hesch Total: $6,014 Participation: 20% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean’s Circle Directors Anonymous Benjamin J. Schmidt + Partners Matthew G. Butcher Amy M. Foust Chloe E. Pullman Jennifer L. Schuster +

Associates Nathaniel E. Bailey Christian W. Bartholomew Renee M. Beaver Maria E. Bennett Nicholas R. Blesch Mindy L. Boehr Christina L. Clark Derek K. Early Tamar P. Gontovnik Jessica K. Guay Christine N. Habeeb Jennifer M. Hesch Katherine F. Jackson Holly Johnson Amaya Matthew D. Lawless Cullen C. Leege Kyle R. Lindskog Matthew T. Martin Michael W. McBride John W. McKenzie III Nicolette E. Mendenhall James F. Olds Jeffrey M. Peabody John E. Pinto Morgan E. Rehrig Stephen E. Reynolds Shalina (Chibber) Schaefer Annette M. Schmit David B. Shafer James D. Shanahan Nathan W. Steed Aaron J. Stucky Jared S. Sunday Jacob S. Trevick Adria Villar James R. Wood


. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Total: $725 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Partners Valerie R. Ferreira Katherine Schwartz + Associate Tabitha J. Lucas Brian A. Villa




. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Total: $671 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Partner Anonymous + Associates Lisa (Grier) Dunkin Tyler D. Helmond Susan M. Hinds Benjamin J. Keele Blake C. Thomas* +

* deceased

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Partners Jasna (Brblic) Dolgov Elizabeth A. Gabig Jason A. Houdek Darin A. Siders + Associates Adrian S. Allen George A. Burke, Jr. Benjamin T. Caughey Laura (Boeckman) Cauley Sonia S. Chen Edward J. Cockerill Robert C. Corbett Daniel S. Dooley Emily L. Fitzgerald James M. Hilmert Trenten D. Klingerman Rebecca Kreisher Brian J. Lally Marc F. Malooley Aaron O. Matthews Emily (Dawson) Matthews Peter S. Nemeth Shiv (Ghuman) O’Neill Jacob C. Pond Peter T. Snow Simone L. Sterling Susan (Hutz) Worth Eric M. Zion

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Dean’s Circle Visionary Janie Maurer + Dean’s Circle Benefactor Gary W. McFarron

42 + ergo + 2009-2010 dean’s report

+ Dean’s Circle Directors Alfred C. Aman, Jr. Amy G. Applegate John Applegate Lyou Byung‑Woon Daniel O. Conkle Deborah W. Conkle Kenneth G. Dau‑Schmidt Diane K. Dudeck John P. Dudeck Carol J. Greenhouse David F. Hamilton Craig W. Johnson Susan M. McGlasson Hon. Edward W. Najam, Jr. Aviva A. Orenstein Marilyn Pendergast Jeanette Rearick William E. Schmidt Michael D. Shumate David Williams Susan Williams + Partners Harold Cohen Janice N. Cohen Yvonne Cripps John H. Ferguson

Karen W. Ferguson Nancy J. Gargula Jacquelyn C. Gauss Robert L. Gauss Aaron L. Hosey Lisa G. Hosey Brian Kearney Debra M. Lynch Michael L. Lynch Frank Motley Wilodean Rakestraw Douglas C. Rose Irwin R. Rose J. Alexander Tanford Carwina Weng + Associates Carolyn A. Agness Kent E. Agness William D. Bales A. James Barnes Izabela Bebekoski Mirko Bebekoski Mark A. Bernat Elizabeth R. Birch Bruce D. Brattain Catherine L. Bridge John B. Bridge Hannah Buxbaum Jack Camp Barbara Citron Walter L. Citron Bradley H. Cohen Cheryl Decorso Lee T. Deer Richard E. Deer Brent E. Dickson Jan A. Dickson

Catherine E. Dyar Miriam Effron Mary I. Emison Peter P. Eyck Susan (Stager) Ferencz, Ph.D. Marcia E. Fisch Jonathan A. Fisch, M.D. Marielle Fischman Robert L. Fischman Daniel H. FitzGibbon Joan FitzGibbon David H. Gamble Patricia K. Gamble Mary Gaus Todd Gilbert Sophia Goodman Becky B. Gregory Walter S. Griffith Valerie Haughton Juanita J. Heubi Yamini Hingorani Martha S. Hollingsworth Robert S. Houghton Sarah J. Hughes Ann Jackson Richard A. Jackson Julius R. Jerich Leandra Lederman Kimberly A. Lucas Michael P. Lucas Timothy Lynch Ajay K. Mehrotra Helen A. Merrick Jeanne C. Meyer Joanna Meyers John R. Meyers Marvin H. Mitchell Susan Mitchell Barbara Muceus Eric E. Muceus

Gifts from corporations, foundations, law firms, and other organizations enable the Law School to maintain and improve its standard of excellence. The following list includes organizations that made a direct gift to the School or matched contributions from alumni supporters. The IU Maurer School of Law is grateful for these invaluable partnerships. Mark A. Newton Margery F. Nickel Christiana Ochoa Gregory L. Pemberton Morgan Rehrig Richard A. Rezek Shannon Rezek Cynthia Roberts William E. Roberts Janet S. Robertson Marjorie M. Roth Ryan Scott Mia T. So Janet Stake Jeffrey E. Stake Linda L. Stevens Jeannette F. Thompson Leola Tillman Talmadge C. Tillman, Jr., Ph.D. Flora M. Valentine Kenneth B. Valentine Gregory W. Wagner Karen B. Wagner Chelsea T. Wald Kenneth Washington Mary M. Weakley Philip Whistler Conrad W. Zimmermann Debora K. Zimmermann {finis}

Dean’s Circle Visionaries Eskenazi Family Foundation, Inc. Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund Firestone Natural Rubber Company John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation John W. Anderson Foundation Lilly Endowment, Inc. National Philanthropic Trust Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving Unitarian Universalist Holdeen India Program + Dean’s Circle Benefactors Baker & Daniels LLP Deloitte & Touche Foundation Eli Lilly & Company Exxon Education Foundation Household International Finance The Saltsburg Fund Charitable Trust + Dean’s Circle Directors Abbott Laboratories Fund Allen County Bar Foundation

Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A. Shroff & Co. Anonymous Ayco Charitable Foundation Bose McKinney & Evans LLP Harold & Janice Cohen Foundation Dalit Foundation Fredrikson & Byron, P.A. Gerling Family Foundation Hoover Hull LLP Jenner & Block LLP Jewish Community Federation of Cleveland Jewish Federation of Milwaukee Craig Johnson Revocable Trust John F. Kimberling Foundation Kresge Foundation Lincoln Financial Group Foundation Lumina Foundation for Education MALU, LTD. Maurer Family Foundation, Inc. Meadwestvaco Corporation Miller & Company Minneapolis Foundation Rhys Corporation J. Sagar Associates Skadden Arps Slate Meagher Flom LLP Stites & Harbison Dudley V. Sutphin Lead Trust

Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program Wachtell Lipton Rosen & Katz + Partners Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP American United Life Aon Foundation Barnes & Thornburg LLP Bhasin & Company Bingham McHale LLP Caterpillar Foundation Community Foundation of Louisville Ernst & Young Foundation Flynn Gaskins & Bennett, LLP General Electric Fund Greenebaum Doll & McDonald PLLC Ice Miller Irwin R. Rose & Company Jones Day Law Office of Gene R. Johnson Law Office of Marcel Katz Law Office of Mark E. Neff Law Offices of Stephen M. Trattner Lincoln Financial Group Foundation Loudermilk & Associates McKesson Foundation Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Foundation Oneok Foundation, Inc.

Pfizer Foundation PricewaterhouseCoopers Foundation Riley Bennett and Egloff LLP Rothberg Logan & Warsco LLP Shell Oil Foundation Sempra Energy State Auto Insurance Co. Stewart & Irwin PC Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP Varnum Riddering Schmidt & Howlett Wabash Valley Community Foundation, Inc. Warner Norcross & Judd LLP Woosnam Family Foundation + Associates Ace INA Foundation Albemarle Corporation Ayres Carr & Sullivan PC Brown & Brown Church Church Hittle & Antrim Lee W. Dabagia Revocable Trust Dailey Living Trust Duncan and Ellis PC Robert D. Epstein, Attorney At Law FMC Foundation {+}

Friends, faculty, staff, and students have a close bond to the School. The IU Maurer School of Law especially appreciates their support.


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Indiana Law gratefully acknowledges the donors who honor loved ones, friends, and colleagues with memorial and honorary gifts. We also thank donors to dedicated funds, including named scholarships.


Organization Law Firm/Corporate Agent(s) Total ........................................................................... Barnes & Thornburg

Randal J. Kaltenmark & Laurence A. McHugh


Jones Day

Gregory A. Castanias


Baker & Daniels

James M. Carr & Patrick S. Cross


Eli Lilly and Company



Bose McKinney & Evans

Lisa McKinney, Robert P. Kassing & Daniel B. Seitz


Bingham McHale

Rafael A. Sanchez


Stuart & Branigin

Thomas R. McCully


Ice Miller

David J. Mallon, Jr.


Taft Stettinius & Hollister Hannah Meils



........................................................................... Firm Class Agent(s) Participation ........................................................................... Bose McKinney & Evans

Lisa McKinney, Robert P. Kassing & Daniel B. Seitz


Chapman and Cutler

Rose Gallagher


Hackman Hulett & Cracraft

Marvin Hackman


Stuart & Branigin

Thomas R. McCully


Jones Day

Gregory A. Castanias


Kahn Dees Donovan & Kahn

Brian P. Williams


Krieg DeVault

Andrew B. Buroker


Yoder Ainlay Ulmer & Buckingham

George E. Buckingham


Alecia A. DeCoudreaux Fellowship Alecia A. DeCoudreaux, ’78 + Antonio Curiel Memorial Scholarship Donald J. & Susan Polden + Arthur P. Kalleres Memorial Scholarship Benjamin T. Caughey, ’01 & Amy N. Caughey Robert L. & Jacquelyn C. Gauss Philip C. Genetos, ’77 David J. Mallon, ’75 & Nancy M. Mallon Gregory L. Pemberton David O. Tittle, ’67 & Sue D. Tittle Philip Whistler Germaine W. Willett, ’98 & Brian C. Willett + Baker & Daniels LLP Pro Bono Fellowship Baker & Daniels LLP Abigail L. Kuzma, ’81 & Benjamin Kuzma Sarah M. Singleton, ’74 Brian P. Williams, ’81 & Barbara C. Williams + Center for Constitutional Democracy Gabriel Bender, ’00 & Monica M. Bender Pamela S. Coffey, ’94 & Theodore C. Curtin

David F. Hamilton & Inge M. Van der Cruysse, ’04 Conrad G. & Judith Harvey James F. Fitzpatrick, ’59 & Sandra J. Fitzpatrick Kristy L. Murphy, ’03 Anne Paramenko Weeks, ’59 William E. Schmidt David C. & Susan H. Williams + Charles Wilson Memorial Scholarship James J. Weber, ’84 & Julie M. Weber + Child Advocacy Program Leslie C. McCoy, ’07 + Class of 1997 Scholarship Fund Albemarle Corporation David N. Daniel & Nicole C. Daniel, ’97 Eric M. Douthit, ’97 Troy D. Farmer, ’97 Charlene Foss-Eggemann, ’97 Heidi G. Goebel, ’97 Dale L. Lavi, ’97 + Class of 1979 Scholarship Fund Jane Alshuler, ’79 & Stuart D. Smith Darcy J. Chamberlin, ’79 Madalyn S. Kinsey, ’79 Joseph K. Wiley, ’79 & Deborah A. Wiley Linda M. Woolcott, ’79 +

Community Legal Clinic Shane D. Deaton, ’04 & Nicole F. Cammarota, ’04 Goldman, Sachs & Co. + Curriculum Support Fund Stephen F. Burns, ’68 + DeLaney Scholarship Fund Ann M. DeLaney, ’77 & Edward O. DeLaney + Donald P. Dorfman Scholarship Donald P. Dorfman, ’57 + Elmore Entrepreneurship Law Clinic Christopher B. Brokmeier, ’06 Shane D. Deaton, ’04 & Nicole F. Cammarota, ’04 Michael E. Flannery, ’83 & Lori Flannery Goldman, Sachs & Co. Glenn Scolnik, ’78 & Donna H. Scolnik Adam C., ’06 & Kristin R. Shields Roger T. Stelle, ’70 & Linda L. Stelle Corey L. Zarse, ’06 + Elmore Family Scholarship D.G. Elmore Jr., ’84 & Virginia Elmore David G. Elmore, ’58 +

Environmental Law Program Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust + Firestone Scholarship Firestone Natural Rubber Company + G.S. Eslick Scholarship Jane L. Eslick + Gary and Denise Birnbaum Scholarship Gary L. Birnbaum, ’76 & Denise B. Birnbaum + Gary McFarron Intellectual Property Scholarship Gary W. McFarron + Greene and Bealer Scholarship David E. Greene, ’74 & Barbara J. Bealer + Harry T. Ice Chair One America Financial Partners William R. Riggs, ’63 + Harry T. Ice Memorial Fund Karen E. Arland, ’82 & David H. Arland Byron L. Myers, ’77 & Margaret A. Myers L. Alan Whaley, ’81 & Elizabeth Whaley +



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Goldman, Sachs & Co. Great West Life & Annuity Insurance Company Jewish Federation of Greater Indianapolis JJC Charitable Trust JPMorgan Chase Foundation Just Give IBM International Foundation Indiana Judges Association Kirkland & Ellis LLP Lafayette Life Insurance Company Law Offices of Deanna J. Shirley LexisNexis McDonald’s Corporation McLemore Firm Merrill Lynch Foundation Northrop Grumman Litton Foundation PNC Foundation Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP Premier, Inc. Procter & Gamble Thomas L. Ryan Living Trust Showley Revocable Trust Waples & Hanger Wellpoint Foundation Wells Fargo Foundation Wilmer Cutler Picker

Anna T. Meyer, ’06 James D. Moore, ’77 Michael D. O’Connor, ’71 Sandip H. Patel, ’96 Gayle L. Pettinga, ’87 & Mark V. Pettinga, ’87 William R. Pietz, ’69 Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP Richard S. Rhodes, ’53 & Judith A. Rhodes Debra L. Schroeder, ’92 Darrell R. Shepard, ’81 Sarah M. Singleton, ’74 Geoffrey G. Slaughter, ’89 & Julie Randolph Slaughter David Y. Stevens, ’61 & Linda L. Stevens Frederick F. Thornburg, ’68 & Patricia J. Thornburg Cliff K. Travis, ’57 & Joan C. Travis Edward L. Volk, ’70 Charlotte F. Westerhaus, ’91 Susan L. Worth, ’01 & John R. Worth, ‘04 Richard W. Young, ’81 + Law Library Fund Michelle T. Cosby, ’06 Lisa M. Dunkin, ’09 Eli Lilly & Company Charles A. Hessler, ’74 & Jane T. Hessler, ’74 Carlabeth & Paul D. Mathias, ’79 Renee McDermott, ’78 & James A. McDermott Pamela S. Meyer, ’00 & Dan W. Meyer Lauren E. Minto, ’02 PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Rhys Corporation Darin A. Sidors, ’01 & Lisa Siders, ’04 George P. Smith, II, ’64 Ann R. Vaughan, ’78 & James Vaughan Heather L. Wilson, ’97 & Andrew Wilson Rachel S. Zibelu-Banda, ’00 +

Law School Community Scholarhip David S. Sidor, ’72 & Betsy M. Sidor + Lotz Office of Alumni & Development Fund Sherrill W. Colvin, ’65 & Sarah E. Colvin + M.A.L. Fund Lilly Endowment, Inc. Thomas M. Lofton, ’54 & Betty L. Lofton + Marilyn Wheeler Pendergast Scholarship Marilyn Pendergast Wabash Valley Community Foundation, Inc. + McLoughlin Family Scholarship Michael T. McLoughlin, ’72 & Susie McLoughlin + Michael K. Guest Memorial Scholarship Joanne R. & Charles W. Ardery Donald W. Buttrey, ’61 & Karen Lake* Buttrey Janet K. Guest Matthew Guest Andrew R. & Kristin Guest Paige Guest Luke M. Guest Caroline R. Guest Anna C. Guest JPMorgan Chase Foundation The Saltsburg Fund Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz + Michael S. and Janie Maurer Scholarships Michael S. “Mickey ” Maurer, ’67 & Janie K. Maurer + Past Presidents Emergency Loan Fund Christina M. Finn, ’06 +

Public Interest Law Fellowship Anonymous John S. & Amy G. Applegate Laura J. Boeckman, ’01 Yvonne M. Cripps Kenneth G. Dau-Schmidt & Elizabeth R. Birch Susan K. Ferencz Valerie R. Ferreira, ’10 Sarah J. Hughes & A. James Barnes Timothy E. Lynch Julia McClellan-Leavitt, ’90 & Richard P. Leavitt Christian J. Morrison, ’90 Eric E. & Barbara Muceus Huong Thi Nguyen, ’09 Christiana Ochoa Aviva A. Orenstein Lauren K. Robel, ’83 Katherine Schwartz, ’10 Ryan W. Scott Carol M. Seaman, ’82 Matthew Silverman, ’03 Mia T. So, ’11 Emily L. Tamlyn, ’07 Hon. Ellen K. Thomas, ’73 Hon. John D. Tinder, ’75 & Jan M. Carroll James L. Vana, ’93 & Jennifer L. Vana, ’93 Brian A. Villa, ’10 Carwina Weng David C. & Susan H. Williams + R. Neil & Michele Irwin Scholarship R. Neil Irwin, ’71 & Michele K. Irwin + Ralph Fuchs Memorial Fund Robert L. Bach, ’50 John A. Hargis, ’69 & Connie L. Hargis Lewis R. Katz, ’63 & Jan K. Katz + Rapheal M. Prevot, Jr. Memorial Scholarship David Alschuler Leonard D. Fromm +

Richardson/Tinder/Logan Public & Community Service Scholarship Donald Katz & Leslie Larson Fred J. Logan, Jr., ’77 John F. Richardson, ’77 Hon. John D. Tinder, ’75 + Robert and Sylvia Jefferies Scholarship Robert A. Jefferies Jr., ’66 & Sylvia M. Jefferies + S. Hugh and Samuel Dillin Scholarship Lola D. Hoskins Patricia J. Wright, M.D. & Peter D. Wright + Scott N. Flanders Scholarship Scott N. Flanders, ’82 & Linda W. Flanders + Sherman Minton Moot Court Competition Bose McKinney & Evans LLP + Sig Beck Award Thomas F. Beck + Stephen Jeffirs Memorial Scholarship Michael J. Jeffirs + Simmons-Schnellenberger Scholarship Jacqueline A. Simmons, ’79 & Thomas F. Schnellenberger, Jr., ’79 + Student Organizations Fund Holly L. Amaya, ’08 Kellie M. Barr, ’06 & Matthew B. Barr, ’06 Christian W. Bartholomew, ’08 Jerry J. Burgdoerfer, ’83 Debra L. Davis, ’03 Christine N. Habeeb, ’08 Kathryn F. Jackson, ’08 Layne S. Keele, ’05 Jason L. Kennedy, ’96 Nicolette E. Mendenhall, ’08 Timothy B. Paul, ’04

Morgan E. Rehrig, ’08 Stephen E. Reynolds, ’08 Michael D. Shumate Freedom S. Smith, ’04 + Student Support Fund Hannah L. Buxbaum Daniel O. & Deborah W. Conkle Robert L. Fischman & Marielle Abell Leandra Lederman Aviva A. Orenstein Jeffrey E. & Janet E. Stake James A. Tanford + Viola J. Taliaferro Family and Children Mediation Law Clinic Yvette M. Alex-Assensoh, ’06 & Akwasi B. Assensoh John S. Applegate Sarah A. Carter, ’76 Daniel L. & Karen J. Davis, ’94 Gary L. Davis, ’82 & Lisa Egbuonu-Davis Hon. Brent E. Dickson & Jan A. Dickson Shakeba DuBose, ’04 John P. & Diane K. Dudeck Ronald D. Elkins, ’83 Barry G. Gomberg, ’78 & Deborrah Gomberg Dana I. Green, ’74 & Thomas A. Clancy, ’73 Becky B. Gregory Augustavia J. Haydel, ’85 Kresge Foundation Thomas M. McGlasson, ’68 & Susan McGlasson Kristy L. Murphy, ’03 Shaun M. Raad, ’07 & Amanda N. Raad, ’05 Robert L. Ralston, ’80 Annette M. Schmit, ’08 Christopher W. Smith, ’06 & Caroline A. Smith Joseph B. Walterman, ’03 & Samantha Walterman Kenneth Washington Mary M. Weakley +

V. Sue Shields Endowed Scholarship Rebecca B. Elmore, ’04 Nancy J. Gargula Martha S. Hollingsworth Craig W. Johnson Debra M. & Michael L. Lynch Bryan A. Richards, ’89 + V. William Hunt Scholarship V. William Hunt, ’69 & Nancy B. Hunt + Willard and Margaret Carr Professorship in Labor & Employment Law Willard Z. Carr, ’50 & Margaret Carr + William E. Plane Scholarship Donald W. Buttrey, ’61 & Karen Lake* Buttrey + William R. Stewart Fund John H. & Karen W. Ferguson + William W. Oliver Chair in Tax Law Joseph T. Ives, ’58 & Mary S. Ives {finis}

* deceased

Gary L. Birnbaum, ’76 & Denise B. Birnbaum Samuel R. Born, II, ’70 & Brenda A. Born Bose McKinney & Evans LLP Michael E. Brown, ’78 George E. Buckingham, ’63 & Martha E. Buckingham William T. Burke, ’53 Donald W. Buttrey, ’61 & Karen Lake* Buttrey Larry L. Chubb, ’89 Church Church Hittle & Antrim Carol S. Cohen Richard J. Darko, ’68 & Betty J. Darko Carina M. De la Torre, ’04 Eric M. Douthit, ’97 Robert A. Dubault, ’95 Eli Lilly & Company David G. Elmore, ’58 & Donna Tuttle Gerald F. George, ’69 & Christine Wardell Miles C. Gerberding, ’56 Christopher M. Gibbs, ’04 Vincent F. Grogg, ’58 & Mildred S. Grogg Marvin L. Hackman, ’59 & Jane M. Hackman John M. Hamilton, ’86 & Dawn E. Johnsen William J. Hein, ’66 & Diane E. Hein Andrew W. Hull, ’86 William W. Hurst, ’66 R. Neil Irwin, ’71 & Michele K. Irwin Travis N. Jensen, ’98 Corey A. Johanningmeier, ’07 Robert P. Kassing, ’64 & Troy I. Kassing Abigail L. Kuzma, ’81 & Benjamin B. Kuzma LexisNexis Larry R. Linhart, ’71 & Sherri S. Linhart David A. Locke, ’95 Tabitha J. Lucas, ’10 Peter C. McCabe, ’85 & Cynthia D. McCabe Doyal E. McLemore, Jr., ’77

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Harry Pratter Fund Charles A. Cohen, ’66 & Karen M. Cohen + Harry Pratter Professorship Philip C. Potts, ’59 & Mary P. Potts + India Summer Internship Program Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A. Shroff & Co. Bhasin & Company Dalit Foundation Mark S. Niblick, ’78 & Sandra Niblick J. Sagar Associates Milton R. Stewart, ’71 Unitarian Universalist Holdeen India Program Erik B. Wulff, ’76 + James Louis Calamaras Professorship David O. Tittle, ’67 & Sue D. Tittle + Kathleen A. Buck Loan Repayment Assistance Fund Richard A. Dean, ’73 Catherine E. Dyar Kristin Jane Neff, ’05 Gerald P. Rodeen, ’73 William A. Rotzien, ’73 & Meryl S. Rotzien Kristine L. Seufert + Kenneth & Louise Yahne Scholarship Kenneth R. Yahne, ’68 & Louise A. Yahne + L.H. Wallace Teaching Award Dale E. Armstrong, ’54 & Julia L. Armstrong Susan J. Voelkel Harry L. Wallace + Law Journal Sustaining Fund David O. Barrett, ’95 & Jacqueline R. Barrett Renee T. Beaver, ’08


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

Anonymous (5) Terrill D. & Judith A.* Albright Alfred C. Aman, Jr. & Carol J. Greenhouse John S. & Amy G. Applegate Robert L.* & Charlotte C.* Austin Lowell E. Baier Gerrit H.* & Margaret Baker J. Adam Bain M. Scott & Diane L. Bassett Frederick A. Beckman Sherwood* & Janet Roberts* Blue Samuel R. “Chic” Born II F. Wesley Bowers Mary Beth (Kleiser) Brody William J. Brody Charles E. and Jean E. Bruess Andrew B. & Susan N. Buroker James M. & Angela M. Carr Willard Z. & Margaret P. Carr Gregory A. & Jane E. Castanias Fred H. & Beth Cate Robert O. Chambers

Charles A. & Karen J. Cohen Greta E. (Gerberding) Cowart Marvin S. & Harriet L. Crell Richard J. Darko Kenneth G. Dau-Schmidt & Elizabeth R. Birch Richard W. & Mary E. Davis Alecia A. DeCoudreaux Ann M. & Edward O. DeLaney Francina A. Dlouhy Clarence H. & Judith L. Doninger Donald P. Dorfman C. Ben* & Jane S.* Dutton D.G. Elmore, Jr. Mrs. Gordon S. Eslick Sherry A. Fabina-Abney & Douglas S. Abney Scott N. & Linda A. Flanders Eugene D.* & Jane M. Fletchall Dorothy J. Frapwell Hon. Ezra H. Friedlander Leonard & Donna Wilber Fromm Robert A. & Susan Garelick Philip C. & Dorothea Genetos Frank E. & Donna R. Gilkison

Harry L. Gonso David E. Greene & Barbara J. Bealer John R. Harman* Elwood “Bud” & Carol L. Hillis John W.* & Ruth P. Houghton Sarah Jane Hughes V. William & Nancy B. Hunt R. Neil & Michele K. Irwin Mark Janis The Family of Hon. Paul G. Jasper* Robert L.* & Florence L. Jessup Mary Ann & Gregory J. Jordan Harvey M. Kagan Arthur P.* & Sue A. Kalleres Robert P. & Troy Kassing Barton L. & Judy D. Kaufman James L.* & Jane C. Kealing James D. Kemper John F. (Jack) Kimberling Robert V. & E. Carol Kixmiller John M. Kyle III & Marcia Dunne-Kyle Mary Nold Larimore Robert D. & Angelica Lattas Edward L.* & Cathleen Lay

Joel Rosenbloom Hugh A. & Debra Sanders Glenn & Donna Scolnik Randolph L. & Maribeth Seger Dr. Francis M. & Marcile S. Sellers James A. & Rebecca L. Shanahan Brian J. Shapiro Julian L. Shepard Gene R. Shreve Robert J. & Gayle Shula Michael D. Shumate George P. Smith, II Earl A. Snyder* Carolyn & Arthur Spengler Richard E. & Carol L. Stahl Milton R. & Judi Stewart Hon. Frank Sullivan, Jr. & Cheryl L. Sullivan Sylvan W. Tackitt* Milton O. Thompson Hon. John D. Tinder David O. & Susie Tittle Kenneth L. Turchi Leslie E. Vidra Ted A. & Nancy K. Waggoner W. William & Mary V.L. Weeks Zeff A. & Zoe L. Weiss Brian P. & Barbara J. Williams Gordon D. Wishard Kenneth R. & Louise A. Yahne C. Daniel Yates Louis “Buddy” Yosha James P. Zeller Hon. Patrick Zika {finis}

* deceased

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

Douglas C. & Minda Lehman Millard D. Lesch Mike & Miki Lewinski Larry R. & Sherry B. Linhart Fred J. Logan, Jr. Robert A. & Susan J. Long Arthur M. & Doris I. Lotz Robert A. Lucas* Susan L. Macey Larry A. Mackey Hon. Elizabeth F. Mann Michael S. “Mickey” & Janie Maurer R. Bruce McLean Thomas R. & Susan C. McCully Renee & Jim McDermott Thomas M. & Susan M. McGlasson Robert H. McKinney Clayton C. Miller Jerry & Anne Moss Byron L. & Margaret A. Myers David & Angela Karras Neboyskey Rory & Pamela O’Bryan Peter L. & Sandra S. Obremskey Joseph D. O’Connor Stephen H. & Deborah D. Paul James J. Pellerite James L. & Helen Petersen Kirk A. Pinkerton Bruce A. & Linda O. Polizotto Jeanette & Jack* Rearick Dean W. & Christine L. Regenovich Richard S. & Judith M. Rhodes John (Jeff) Richardson Timothy J. Riffle & Sarah M. McConnell Randall R. & Ann M. Riggs William R. & Gloria A. Riggs Lauren K. Robel

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

Arend J. Abel, ‘86 Joshua W. Abel, ‘05 Marc O. Abplanalp, ‘03 Hon. Shirley (Schlanger) Abrahamson, ‘56 Magdalena A. (Przytulska) Acevedo, ‘00 Anne E. Aikman-Scalese, ‘78 Kathryn J. Ahlgren, ‘08 Nathan D. Alder, ‘95 D. Michael Allen, ‘00 David E. Amaya, ‘08 Erica Andersen Robert G. Andree, ‘82 Jeffrey S. Ankrom, ‘04 Samuel R. Ardery, ’83 Benjamin D. Arden, ‘05 David A. Arthur, ‘75 Bruce J. Artim, ‘82 Stephanie A. Artnak, ‘07 Kathleen A. (Buchler) Austin, ‘88 Bryan H. Babb, ‘99 Lowell E. Baier, ‘64 Brian E. Bailey, ‘00 Nathaniel E. Bailey, ‘08 J. Adam Bain, ‘86 Michael S. Baker, ‘01 Elizabeth Lewis Baney, ‘07 Nathan D. Baney, ‘07 Michael H. Baniak, ‘80 Holly Banta Denise Y. Barkdull, ‘97 Ryan Barker Hon. Sarah Evans Barker Mark Barnes Frank A. Barnhart, ‘57 Kellie M. (Johnson) Barr, ‘06 Matthew B. Barr, ‘06 Jessica P. Barth, ‘00 Juan C. Basombrio, ‘89 M. Scott Bassett, ‘86 Bradford W. Bayliff, ‘99 Blakeley L. Beals, ‘08

Stephen W. Beard, Jr., ‘98 Frederick A. Beckman, ‘49 James K. Bemis, ‘85 Gabriel Bender, ‘00 Maria E. Bennett, ‘08 Spiro Bereveskos, ‘81 Adam J. Berlin, ‘99 Stephen D. Berman, ‘91 Tracy N. Betz-Sandifur, ‘04 Paul E. Black, ‘70 Brian Blaine K. Steven Blake, ‘90 James F. Bleeke, ‘85 Nicholas R. Blesch, ‘09 Jeffrey A. Block, ‘84 Christopher A. Bloom, ‘75 Jack A. Bobo, ‘96 Timothy J. Boeglin, ‘84 Mindy L. Boehr, ‘08 Elizabeth McCraw Bonney, ‘10 Samuel R. Born II, ‘70 Hannah R. Bornstein ‘07 F. Wesley Bowers, ‘51 Eric E. Boyd, ‘86 Carly A. Brandenburg, ‘07 Stephen M. Brandenburg, ‘07 Martha M. Braswell, ‘98 John P. Breen, ‘93 Ronald B. Brodey, ‘70 Mary Beth (Kleiser) Brody, ‘76 William J. Brody, ‘76 Hon. Mitchell G. Brogdon, Sr., ‘86 Marques C. Brooks, ‘07 James R. Brotherson, ‘78 Keirian A. Brown, ‘09 Patrick K. Brown Joseph L. Brownlee, ‘72 Steven C. Bruess, ‘89 Matthew D. Bruno, ‘07 George E. Buckingham, ‘63 Gregory A. Bullman, ‘02 Jerry J. Burgdoerfer, ‘83 Robert E. Burkett, Jr., ‘80

Stephen F. Burns, ‘68 Andrew B. Buroker, ‘89 Heather N. Burton, ‘09 Matthew G. Butcher, ‘08 Carl W. Butler, ‘04 Jonathan Byrer Eleanor P. Cabrere, ‘93 Nicole F. Cammarota, ‘04 Jason Campbell Thomas F. Capshew, ‘86 David L. Carden, ‘76 Jeffrey L. Carmichael, ’95 James M. Carr, ‘75 Willard Z. Carr, ‘50 Philip L. Carson, ‘67 Amie Peele Carter Gregory A. Castanias, ‘90 Beth Cate Won Kyung Chang, ‘03 Susan B. Chesley, ‘07 Alison M. Chestovich, ‘01 Davina L. Childs, ‘93 Joshua L. Christie, ‘06 Hong-Sik Chung, ‘01 Kristi Prutow Cirignano, ‘00 Abigail A. Clapp, ‘99 Christina L. Clark, ‘08 David W. Clark, ‘05 Rachel E. Clark, ‘07 Rachael N. Clark, ‘05 Catherine A. Clements, ‘09 Christal J. Coakley, ‘08 Hamish S. Cohen, ‘01 Howard R. Cohen, ‘78 T.J. Cole James A. Coles Mark Commons Michael P. Commons, ‘03 Clyde D. Compton, ‘65 Sean Connolly Kerry C. Connor, ‘88 Catherine A. Conway, ‘78 Timothy M. Conway, ‘85 Jessie A. Cook, ‘79

Jason P. Cooper, ‘92 John T. Cooper, ‘92 David E. Corbitt, ‘97 Thomas C. Cornwell, ‘72 Hon. Maria L. Corona, ‘81 Edward Courtney Amanda C. Couture, ‘04 Jason M. Covert, ‘10 Greta (Gerberding) Cowart, ‘85 Kathryn E. Cox Reid A. Cox, ‘00 Darren A. Craig, ‘04 Patrick S. Cross, ‘93 Gillian S. Crowl, ‘10 Patricia D. Cummings, ‘02 Elizabeth Cure James W. Curtis Jr. ‘71 Warren W. Cutshall, ‘05 Patricia A. Daly, ‘77 Sonia C. Das, ‘00 Gary L. Davis, ‘82 Amy E. Dawson, ‘92 Carina M. de la Torre, ‘04 Shane D. Deaton, ‘04 Alecia A. DeCoudreaux, ‘78 Daniel J. Deeb, ‘96 Thomas E. Deer, ‘94 Maria G. DeFord, ‘03 Brian R. DeHem, ‘09 Ann M. DeLaney, ‘77 Kathleen A. DeLaney, ‘95 Rhett R. Dennerline, ‘89 Cary A. Depel, ‘89 Anne (Nading) DePrez, ‘81 Erica L. De Santis, ‘96 Chris M. Devlin, ‘10 Daniel K. DeWitt, ‘94 William S. Dickenson, ‘90 Hon. Mary Ellen Diekhoff, ‘86 David J. Dinaburg, ‘08 Jason Dinges Michael J. Dommermuth, ‘83 Donald P. Dorfman, ‘57 Robert E. Downey, ‘06

Kristen H. Fowler, ‘07 Phil Fowler Dorothy J. Frapwell, ‘73 Angela L. Freel, ‘98 Mary M. Freeman, ‘01 Eric A. Frey, ‘67 Joshua Frick Thomas M. Frohman, ’83 Randy Frykberg Matthew T. Furton, ‘95 Stephanie E. Gabay-Smith, ‘87 Rose E. Gallagher, ‘99 Kenneth A. Gandy Robert A. Garelick, ‘66 Laura M. Gaskill, ‘06 Chris Gaspar Ben Gates Jennifer E. Gauger, ‘02 Philip C. Genetos, ‘77 Gerald F. George, ‘69 Kendra Gowdy Gjerdingen Daniel W. Glavin, ‘80 M. Kristin Glazner, ‘02 Rodney D. Glover, ‘05 Maggie Gloyeske Heidi G. Goebel, ‘97 David Gohn Jeff Gold Rainier Gonzalez, ‘98 Daniel J. Goshorn, ‘08 Mark B. Gramelspacher, ‘90 Conor D. Granahan, ‘05 Donald I. Grande, ‘66 E. Lynn Grayson, ‘86 Carl A. Greci, ‘93 Beth K. Greene, ’82 David E. Greene, ‘74 Katherine M. Grgic, ‘09 Eric Groen Liane C. Groth, ‘05 Alex E. Gude, ‘09 Kalpak S. Gude, ‘94 Ryan J. Guillory, ‘08 Stephanie Gumm Philippa M. Guthrie, ‘91 Matthew R. Gutwein, ‘88 Philip J. Gutwein, ‘01 Bruce C. Haas, ‘83 Marvin L. Hackman, ‘59 Stephen J. Hackman, ‘84 Mark A. Hagedorn, ‘98 Kevin A. Halloran, ’92 Mary (Hall) Ham, ‘74 Hon. David F. Hamilton

John M. Hamilton, ‘86 Thomas M. Hamilton, Jr., ‘69 Hon. Lance D. Hamner, ‘87 Kara A. Hancuff, ‘07 Scott R. Hansen, ‘92 Bradley E. Hargis, ‘06 Hon. Teresa Harper Levi S. Harris, ‘06 Oliver H. Harris, III, ‘69 Wayne A. Harris, ‘90 Justin J. Harrison, ‘05 Herbert D. Hart, III, ‘77 Holley M. Harvey, ‘97 Lakshmi D. Hasanadka ‘03 Nina R. Hatfield, ‘73 John C. Haury, ‘75 Augustavia (Johnson) Haydel, ‘85 Christa (Sindt) Head Julia Heitz Gayle Helart Hon. Carl A. Heldt, III, ‘69 Tyler D. Helmond, ‘09 Donald G. Henderson, ‘71 Blaire M. Henley, ‘05 E. Maria Hermann, ‘02 Marion P. Herrington, ‘85 Jennifer M. Hesch, ‘08 Frances G. Hill, ‘80 Michael J. Hinchion, ‘80 Nestor F. Ho, ‘93 John Hobson Hon. E. Michael Hoff Jr., ‘75 Leroy W. Hofmann, ‘58 Darrick J. Hooker, ‘00 Renea E. Hooper, ‘05 Mark J. Horvick, ‘06 Stacey E. Horvick, ‘06 Michael A. Huerta ‘83 Michael J. Hulka, ‘01 Andrew W. Hull, ‘86 Michael E. Hunt, ‘69 V. William Hunt, ‘69 Belinda R. Johnson Hurtado, ‘05 Tom Hutchinson Douglas W. Hyman, ‘95 Jeffrey B. Hyman, ‘03 R. Neil Irwin, ‘71 Rebecca L. Bailey Jacobsen, ‘06 Jay Jaffe, ‘82 Bob Jalaie David E. Jefferies, ‘98 Robert A. Jefferies Jr., ‘66

Jessica “Itzie” Jenkins, ‘09 Karen E. Jenkins, ‘03 Manotti L. Jenkins, ‘96 Ian G. John, ‘95 Kelly A. Johnson, ‘90 Stephen J. Johnson, ‘73 R. William Jonas Jr., ‘81 Kurt Jones Gregory J. Jordan, ‘84 Hon. James A. Joven, ‘92 Nu Ri Jung, ‘08 John H. Kahle, ‘83 Robert A. Kalinsky Randall J. Kaltenmark, ‘96 Hon. Michael S. Kanne, ‘68 Robert P. Kassing, ‘64 James L. Katz, ‘98 Brett P. Kaufman, ‘09 Jeffrey A. Kehr, ‘97 Matthew D. Kellam, ‘01 Hon. Marc Kellams, ’78 Barbara J. Kelley, ‘73 Jason D. Kelly Melissa Kelly Kristen Kemp Melina (Maniatis) Kennedy, ‘95 Allison Kerndt Kevin J. Kiernan, ‘07 Hee-Kyoon Kim, ‘05 Sung-Won Kim, ‘08 Frank Kimball Jack F. Kimberling, ‘50 Reilly M. Kimmerling, ‘07 Hon. Angela M. King, ‘96 Cynthia A. King, ‘91 Clark P. Kirkman, ‘09 Daniel M. Kirwan, ‘74 James A. Klimek, ‘92 Trenten D. Klingerman, ‘01 Gregory C. Knapp, ‘81 Gregory S. Knapp, ‘08 Nancy (Vozar) Knapp, ‘83 Don Knebel Laura J. Koenig, ‘07 Stephen M. Koers, ‘92 James S. Kowalik, ‘78 Jonathan D. Kramer, ‘00 Joann J. Krantz, ‘78 Jeremy M. Kridel, ‘10 Bethany D. Krueger Kenneth G. Kubes, ‘02 John M. Kyle III, ‘79 Sarah M. Kyle, ‘03

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Indiana Law Volunteers

James P. Doyle Jr., ‘94 Darya S. Druch, ‘88 Tanya S. D’Souza Robert A. Dubault, ‘95 Shakeba DuBose, ‘04 Lucelly Duenas, ‘05 Krista L. Duncan, ‘96 Laura J. Durfee, ‘09 David P. Durm, ‘98 Peter H. Dykstra, ‘97 Ross D. Eberly, ‘09 William B. Edge, ‘98 Susan T. Edlavitch, ‘76 Yolanda D. Edwards, ‘03 Brian Eisenman D. G. Elmore Jr., ‘84 Jennifer A. Elston, ‘04 John Emanuele Margaret (Tandy) Emmert, ‘01 Michael D. Engber, ‘67 J. Scott Enright, ‘90 Kevin Erdman Philip C. Eschels, ‘83 Sidney D. Eskenazi, ‘53 David C. Evans, ‘71 Stacee E. Evans, ‘96 Mike Evers Peter P. Ten Eyck, ‘02 Richard Eynon Jonathan L. Faber Kirk D. Falvay, ‘72 Troy D. Farmer, ‘97 Penelope S. Farthing, ‘70 Christine L. Feil, ‘06 Hon. Paul A. Felix, ‘95 Stephen E. Fenn, ‘06 David L. Ferguson, ‘81 John T. Ferguson Jr., ‘93 Kathleen E. Field, ‘09 Elizabeth G. Filipow, ‘83 Corinne R. Finnerty, ‘81 Mindy A. Finnigan, ‘02 Larry R. Fisher, ‘68 Hon. Thomas G. Fisher, ‘65 Thomas M. Fisher, ‘94 Emily L. Fitzgerald, ‘01 John M. Fitzgerald, ‘77 Kelly P. Fitzgerald James F. Fitzpatrick, ‘59 Scott Flaherty Scott N. Flanders, ‘82 Michael E. Flannery, ‘83 Hector L. Flores, ‘83 Marisa J. Ford, ‘85

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In 2009-2010, more than 800 alumni and friends donated their time and efforts to help support the Law School’s initiatives. We are honored to recognize them.

Thomas R. McCully, ‘66 Renee (Mawhinney) McDermott, ‘78 Eugene J. McGarvey Jr., ‘61 Patrick J. McGowan, ‘04 Laurence A. McHugh, ‘73 William A. McKenna, ‘05 Lisa C. McKinney, ‘92 R. Bruce McLean, ‘71 William F. McNagny, ‘47 Thomas P. McNulty, ‘83 Colleen R. McPhearson, ‘89 Joseph M. Meadows, ‘02 Daniel A. Medrea, ‘69 Hannah L. Meils, ‘03 Robert S. Meitus, ‘00 Diana L. Mercer, ‘88 Charles J. Meyer, ‘95 W. Anthony Miani Jr., ‘00 Suzanne Michel Clayton C. Miller, ‘93 Jonathan S. Miller, ‘01 Robert T. Miller, ‘80 Sonia L. Miller-Van Oort, ‘97 Lloyd H. Milliken Jr., ‘60 Matthew B. Millis, ‘06 David C. Milne, ‘94 Katherine A. Miltner, ‘05 Martin Montes, ‘95 Raeanna S. Moore, ‘97 Ronald J. Moore, ‘95 Roderick Morgan James K. Morse, ‘82 Sarah Moshe Jerry Moss, ‘62 John M. Mueller, ‘97 Edward B. “Ned” Mulligan, ‘10 Erin M. Mundy, ‘01 Tiffany Munsell Armeen Najjar Hon. Edward W. Najam, Jr. Angela Karras Neboyskey, ‘00 David A. Neboyskey, ‘00 Nelson A. Nettles, ‘92 Thomas R. Newby, ‘87 Tim Niednagel Henry S. Noyes, ‘94 Bob Null Anna K. Obergfell, ‘09 Rory O’Bryan, ’72 Edward F. O’Connor, ‘69 Joseph D. O’Connor, ‘78 William L. O’Connor, ‘89 M. Dave O’Guinn

Manuel R. Ojeda, II, ‘80 James R. Oliver, ‘92 Jordan Olivetti Kelli A. M. O’Neil, ‘10 John C. Onoda, ‘76 Kathy L. Osborn, ‘99 Suzanne M. O’Shea, ‘78 Andrew D. Otis, ‘90 Michael W. Ott, ‘07 Carl D. Overman, ‘52 F. Anthony Paganelli, ‘95 Roger L. Pardieck, ‘63 Angela (Foster) Parker, ‘94 Justin C. Parker, ‘10 Kenneth L. Parker, ‘97 Rahul “Monish” Patel, ‘00 George T. Patton Jr., ‘87 Martha Paul Timothy B. Paul, ‘04 Stephen H. Paul, ‘72 Nora E. Peoples, ‘82 Louis Perry Charles M. Persons, Jr., ‘07 Jeffrey P. Petrich, ‘84 Mark J. Phillipoff, ‘80 Suzanne J. Phillips, ‘98 Jeanne M. Picht, ‘94 Kirk A. Pinkerton, ‘75 Casey J. Plant, ‘10 Dustin L. Plummer, ‘06 John L. Pogue, ‘69 Todd Ponder Joseph J. Pophal, ‘92 Lisa A. Powell, ‘84 Jill T. Powlick, ‘95 Stacy Prall R. Anthony Prather, ‘83 Elissa J. Preheim, ‘96 Jamison S. Prime, ‘96 Jennifer Prusak Doris L. Pryor, ‘03 Philip M. Purcell, ’85 Shaun M. Raad, ‘07 Peter M. Racher, ‘86 Aaron R. Raff, ‘02 David A. Rammelt, ‘90 William A. Ramsey, ‘06 Matthew R. Raper, ‘09 Angela L. Rapp Weber, ‘06 Patrick W. Rasche, ‘93 Michael N. Red, ‘04 Nithin B. Reddy, ‘07 Tasha S. Reed, ‘02 James L. Reed, Jr., ‘92

Jason R. Reese, ‘97 Deanna Reichel Rodney S. Retzner R. Christopher Reynolds, ‘96 Stephen E. Reynolds, ‘08 Richard S. Rhodes, ‘53 Gustavo F. Ribeiro, ‘06 John F. “Jeff” Richardson, ‘77 Kimberly Richardson, ‘06 James G. Richmond, ‘69 Adam J. Richter, ‘05 Clarine Nardi Riddle, ‘74 Jeffrey K. Riffer, ‘78 Timothy J. Riffle, ‘83 Robert S. Rifkin, ‘72 Randall R. Riggs, ‘77 William R. Riggs, ‘63 Jonathan E. Rinehart, ‘10 Sarah S. Riordan, ‘93 Laurie N. Robinson, ‘98 Richard D. Robinson, ‘71 Kevin R. Robling, ’98 Laura E. Rogers, ‘09 Michael A. Rogers, ‘08 Susan (Eads) Role, ‘87 J.P. Roman-Lagunas Hon. Flerida P. Romero, ‘55 Anthony J. Rose, ‘90 David A. Rose, ‘70 Gavin M. Rose, ‘06 Joel Rosenbloom, ‘54 Robert Roth, ‘77 Michael M. Rouker, ‘07 Lucas M. Rudisill, ‘08 Marisol Sanchez, ‘02 Rafael A. Sanchez, ‘02 Michael Sachs Steve Sanders Christopher Saporita, ‘03 Christopher G. Scanlon, ‘80 William J. Schenck, ‘94 John T. Schlafer, ‘09 Charles Schmal Jason T. Schnellenberger, ‘07 Thomas F. Schnellenberger Jr., ‘79 Dennis L. Schoff, ‘86 Ann K. Schooley, ‘98 Greg Schrage Jennifer L. Schuster, ‘08 Glenn Scolnik, ‘78 Laura A. Scott, ‘95 Frank Seales Jr., ‘74 John E. Seddelmeyer, ‘74

John M. Segal, ‘71 Randolph L. Seger, ‘72 Taylor C. Segue, ‘83 Daniel B. Seitz, ‘68 Andrea Sellers Hon. Bruce M. Selya Daniel E. Serban, ‘82 Todd M. Sermersheim, ‘04 Steven J. Sersic, ‘94 Sue A. Shadley, ‘77 Peter J. Shakula, II, ‘89 Howard Shapiro Jennifer L. Shea, ‘03 John Shean Todd S. Shellenbarger, ‘90 Julian L. Shepard, ‘83 Hon. Randall T. Shepard Hon. V. Sue Shields, ‘61 Lon D. Showley, ‘69 Marguerite Shreve Thomas L. Shriner, Jr., ‘72 Michael D. Shumate Elizabeth A. Shuster, ‘03 Elaine K. B. Siegel, ‘82 Matthew Silverman, ‘03 Jacqueline A. Simmons, ‘79 Jeffrey L. Simnick, ‘81 Hon. Philip P. Simon, ‘87 Philip T. Simpson, ‘77 Ritu Singh George Sistevaris, ‘87 Allan T. Slagel, ‘88 Geoffrey G. Slaughter, ‘89 Sara (Rollins) Slaughter, ‘88 Candi N. Smiley, ‘04 Steven P. Smith, ‘00 Tiffany L. Sorge Smith, ‘07 Joseph L. Smith Jr., ‘95 George P. Smith II, ‘64 John D. Snethen, ‘01 Marc D. Sokol, ‘01 Sean D. Solberg Tammy Somers Hugo “Chad” Songer, ‘60 Mary E. Spears, ‘07 Steven Spence Michael J. Spencer, ‘73 Myra (Podvoll) Spicker, ‘73 Emily A. Springston, ‘01 Kathleen (O’Connor) St. Louis, ‘84 Matthew R. St. Louis, ‘04 Richard E. Stahl, ‘71 Theodore C. Stamatakos, ‘90

Andrew J. Stamm, ‘07 Karl S. Steinmanis, ‘73 Roger T. Stelle, ‘70 Jeffrey D. Stemerick, ‘10 Judi Stewart Milton R. Stewart, ‘71 Megan H. Stifel, ‘04 Justin D. Stimson, ‘09 Gregg E. Strellis, ‘88 Daniel B. Strunk, ‘04 Natalie J. Stucky, ‘89 Frank Seales Jr., ‘74 David W. Sullivan, ‘73 Hon. Frank E. Sullivan Jr., ‘82 Ernest Summers III, ‘80 Andrew W. Swain, ‘88 Kathleen M. Sweeney, ‘84 Andrew A. Szakaly Jr., ‘75 Hon. Viola J. Taliaferro, ‘77 Ashley E. Tatman, ‘04 Christian C. Taylor, ‘94 Jeremy M. Teipen, ‘03 Kevin Tessier, ‘96 Terrance T. Tharpe, ‘03 David J. Theising, ‘80 Jeffrey A. Thinnes, ‘84 Hon. Ellen K. Thomas, ‘73 Milton O. Thompson, ‘79 TaKeena M. Thompson, ‘09 Scott Timmerman Hon. John D. Tinder, ‘75 David O. Tittle, ‘67 Courtney R. Tobin, ‘92 Eric A. Todd, ‘93 Frank E. Tolbert, ‘55 Angelina A. Torain, ‘97 Hugh Totten Daniel J. Tounsel, ‘06 Stephen M. Trattner, ‘70 Arthur R. Traynor, ‘07 Patrisha S. Troy, ‘07 Malcolm J. Tuesley, ‘99 Frederick A. Turner, ‘93 Mary E. Tuuk, ‘90 Dan Tychonievich Michael F. Ullom, ‘09 Michael E. Uslan, ‘76 Hon. Nancy Vaidik Jose G. Valtierra, ‘82 Inge M. Van der Cruysse, ‘04 Donald VanDerMoere John W. Van Laere, ‘82 James L. Vana, ‘93 Lawrence A. Vanore, ‘86

Marissa Van Saanen Ann C. Varnon, ‘86 Kirsten Vasquez Hon. Salvador Vasquez Hon. Albert J. Velaquez, ‘73 Hon. Jesse M. Villalpando, ‘84 Peter D.P. Vint, ‘74 Donald J. Vogel, ‘85 Ted A. Waggoner, ‘78 Denise A. Walker, ‘06 Michael S. Wallack, ‘91 Joseph B. Walterman, ‘03 Judith A. Waltz, ‘81 Jonathan B. Warner, ‘06 Elizabeth M. Warren, ‘83 Mark R. Waterfill, ‘86 Jennifer L. Weber, ‘03 Zeff A. Weiss, ‘83 Martin A. Weissert, ‘59 Danielle Rifkin Weksler, ‘97 Kirmille D. Welbon, ‘09 Destiny L. Wenning, ‘08 Martha B. Wentworth, ‘90 Charlotte F. Westerhaus, ’92 David D. White, ‘09 John W. Whiteleather, Jr., ‘65 James L. Whitlatch, ‘84 Lora M. Whitticker, ‘02 Amanda C. Wiley, ‘05 B. Curtis Wilkinson, Jr., ‘72 Kirk Wilkinson, ‘84 Barbara J. Williams Brian P. Williams, ‘81 Brian S. Williams, ‘89 Maryann (O’Leary) Williams, ‘88 Maurice L. Williams, ‘06 David A. Willis, ‘60 J. Stephen Wills, ‘06 Julie P. Wilson, ‘99 Darcie L. (Fawcett) Winkle, ‘04 Robert M. Winteringham, ‘94 Gordon D. Wishard, ‘69 Alan C. Witte, ‘70 Richard C. Witte, ‘56 Mark S. Wojciechowski, ‘81 Benjamin A. Wolowski, ‘10 Jennifer M. Wolsing, ‘07 Brad E. Wolven, ‘98 Hon. Diane P. Wood Jamhal L. Woolridge, ‘04 Mark E. Wright, ‘89 Robert S. Wynne, ‘85 Elizabeth J. Wysong, ‘05

C. Daniel Yates, ‘73 Holly L. Yoakum, ‘06 Andrew J. Yoder, ‘04 Pete R. Yonkman, ‘98 Hongsun Yoon, ‘02 Hon. Richard L. Young Richard W. Young, ‘81 Daniel A. Zeft, ’93 Gerald “Jay” Zelenock, ‘98 Mark J. Ziegelbein Hon. Patrick J. Zika, ‘73


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Scott M. Kyrouac, ‘85 Angela R. Lang, ‘95 Jon Laramore Mary (Nold) Larimore, ‘80 Robert D. Lattas, ‘01 Kevin Laurence V. Samuel Laurin, III, ‘87 Lisa (Arent) Lawless, ‘92 Jeffrey A. Lawson, ‘10 David J. Lazerwitz, ‘95 Dan Lechleiter Gara U. Lee, ‘00 Stephen W. Lee, ‘77 Alex B. Leeman, ‘09 Mark K. Leeman, ‘07 Kevin Leffel Kurt M. Leinenbach, ‘02 Millard D. Lesch, ‘67 Alan A. Levin, ‘82 Branch R. Lew, ‘82 Bruce Yuan-hao Liao, ‘03 Troy D. Liggett, ‘09 Raymond A. Limon, ‘95 Jeff Lind Laura A. Linneball, ‘91 Thomas M. Lofton, ‘54 Robert A. Long, ‘71 Arthur A. Lopez, ‘83 Hon. Basil H. Lorch III, ’74 Teri M. Lorenz, ‘79 Cindy M. Lott J. Andrew Lowes, ‘94 Daniel J. Lueders, ‘86 Donald R. Lundberg, ‘76 Dallin D. Lykins, ‘10 Susan C. Lynch, ‘93 Byung-Woon Lyou, ‘03 Duncan A. MacDonald, ‘69 Sean D. Major, ‘89 David J. Mallon Jr., ‘75 Chris Malloy Sean T. Maloney, ‘86 Marc F. Malooley ‘01 Thomas Y. Man, ‘97 Hon. Elizabeth (Noyes) Mann, ‘76 Alphonso Manns, ‘72 Scott A. Marks Derrick A. Mason, ‘05 Janie K. Maurer Michael S. Maurer, ‘67 Jane E. McBath, ‘98 Peter C. McCabe, III, ‘85 Jeremy P. McCrary, ‘08

a message from the alumni board president Dear Friends: Today I’m challenging you to break a rule. Have you ever heard of the Rule of Twelfths? Sailors use it as a rule of thumb to estimate the height of an ocean’s tide at any given time based solely on: 1) the time of day and 2) the heights of the highest (flood) and lowest (ebb) tides. The rule assumes that during the six hours immediately following ebb tide, the water level will rise — and fall — by one twelfth of the tidal height range in the first hour, two twelfths in the second hour, and so on according to the sequence 1:2:3:3:2:1.

Sailing the wave of a cream and crimson tide

It is with great honor and pride that we celebrate our Law School’s tremendous rise on the waves of a brilliant cream-and-crimson-colored flood tide. What a voyage! From her current vantage point on this impressive crest with Dean Lauren Robel at the helm, our Law School and her faculty, students, staff, and alumni now witness the exciting culmination of a $92 million capital campaign — a campaign crowned by the School’s champagne christening as the Indiana University Maurer School of Law. From the awesome heights of this incredible flood tide, it is hard to imagine why our Law School would need to sail any faster or travel any farther. But remember the Rule of Twelfths: for every flood tide there’s an ebb tide, according to the sequence. Let’s break the rule — together. We must keep our Law School on the crest of this mighty flood tide. But we cannot do so without YOUR participation and support. YOU are an integral part of the success our fair School now enjoys — and the most important source of her power in the days to come. I encourage you to mentor a first-year student. Judge moot court. Interview prospective students. Coordinate alumni events. Make a monetary donation. Support our Law School in whatever way you like. And as a dedicated, enthusiastic, united crew, we will stave off the ebb tide and sail our Law School along the crested

Accept my challenge. Break the rule. Your School is waiting...

Angela Neboyskey, JD’00 President, IU Maurer School of Law Alumni Board

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wave toward the future, bright on the horizon.

high net-worth individuals in a variety

lawyer in the area of labor and

work for the law firm Taft Stettinius &

of activities.

employment law. Sikkel represents

Hollister in Indianapolis have been


employers throughout the country on

named 2010 Indiana Super Lawyers by

Karl Steinmanis, JD’73, retired in 2009

labor and employment law matters, in-

Law & Politics magazine. James A. Strain,

after 35 years in the Legal Division of

cluding collective bargaining, grievances

JD’69, a partner and a director of the firm,

Procter & Gamble in Cincinnati. He

and arbitrations, National Labor Relations

concentrates his practice in mergers and

spent his last 15 years at P&G as associate

Board, labor strategies for mergers and

acquisitions; Erick D. Ponader, JD’85,

general counsel – global paper products.

acquisitions, EEOC and state agency


practices in the area of real estate; and

Steinmanis describes his career at P&G as

charges of discrimination, OFCCP mat-

organizations, including Frances Slocum

The Honorable Stanley A. Levine, LLB’63,

Geoffrey G. Slaughter, JD/MBA’89, is an

“terrific,” taking him multiple times

ters, hiring, discipline, and termination

Bank, the Metropolitan School District of

Allen County Superior Court Judge, re-

appellate lawyer and partner in the firm.

to all parts of the world. He and his

counseling, FMLA, in-house training for

Charles E. (C.E.) Oswald, LLB’48, was

Wabash County, and the Honeywell Foun-

ceived the Indiana Lawyer’s Distinguished

The Indiana Super Lawyers list acknowl-

wife, Anda, are keeping their home in

supervisors and managers, and develop-

named the Indiana Bar Foundation’s 2010

dation Board of Directors. He was named

Barrister Award, which honors 15 Indiana

edges the top 5 percent of Indiana lawyers

Cincinnati but spending more time at their

ment of union-free strategies and tactics.

Legendary Lawyer. Oswald, 88, a founder

a Sagamore of the Wabash in 2005 and

lawyers for their exemplary leadership

based on peer evaluation, professional

home in Naples, Fla. Steinmanis is active


of Bamberger, Foreman, Oswald & Hahn

was honored as Wabash County Chamber

both in the legal profession and in the

achievement, and recognition.

in pro bono legal work and nonprofit

The Honorable Sarah M. Singleton, JD’74,

in Evansville, has practiced for more

of Commerce’s Distinguished Citizen

community. A member of the Indiana

boards and as Honorary Consul to Latvia.

first judicial district court judge in Santa

than 50 years. According to Bamberger

in 2006. Tiede and his wife of 54 years,

Judicial Conference’s judicial administra-


Fe, N. Mex., was appointed to the Legal

managing partner Terry Farmer, JD’80,

Julie (Godo), live in Wabash.

tion committee, Judge Levine has been

C. Daniel Yates, JD’73, a partner at Bose

Services Corporation (LSC) Board of

The Honorable John G. Baker, JD’71,

McKinney & Evans LLP in Indianapolis,

Directors. LSC is the leading provider

Chief Judge of the Indiana Court of

received the Indiana Lawyer’s Distin-

of civil legal aid for the poor in the United

Lowell E. Baier, LLB’64, a real estate

Appeals, received the Indiana Lawyer’s

guished Barrister Award, which honors

States. Judge Singleton, one of 11 members

developer at Baier Properties Inc.

Distinguished Barrister Award, which

15 Indiana lawyers for their exemplary

on the bipartisan board, was appointed by

Oswald continues to come into the office every day “and remains as dedicated as when the firm was first created.” Oswald’s expertise in real estate law has earned him

+1960s ..........................................

practicing law for 47 years. +


in Bethesda, Md., delivered the

honors 15 Indiana lawyers for their

leadership both in the legal profession

former President George W. Bush. Judge

Lloyd Milliken, JD’60, adds skydiving to

commencement address and received

exemplary leadership both in the legal

and in the community. A partner in his

Singleton previously served as a share-

his list of many activities and interests.

an honorary doctorate of law and letters

profession and in the community. Named

firm’s estate and wealth transfer planning

holder at the law firm of Montgomery &

A member of the Law School’s Academy

at the graduation of Rocky Mountain

chief judge in 2007, Judge Baker joined

group, Yates counsels families, business

Andrews in Santa Fe, where she had been

F. Wesley Bowers, JD’51, of Evansville,

of Law Fellows, he is a partner with Frost

College in Billings, Mont. President of the

the Court of Appeals in 1989 and has since

owners, corporate executives, and other

since 1985.

Ind., was elected chairman of the senior

Brown Todd LLC in Indianapolis.

Boone and Crockett Club and the 2008

witten more than 3,000 majority opinions.

individuals and businesses to formulate


lawyer section of the Indiana State Bar

Wildlife Conservationist of the Year,


and achieve financial objectives. He

Carol Connor Cohen, JD’76, a partner at

Association. He writes, “I am semi-retired

Baier has devoted more than 40 years

In February, the Downtown Phoenix

provides clients with counsel regarding

Arent Fox LLP, in Washington, DC, was

[and] work out of my home office. I left

to wildlife conservation over the course

Partnership presented R. Neil Irwin, JD’71,

taxation, probate, philanthropic giving,

one of seven elected members of the firm’s

my old law firm, Bowers Harrison, three-

of his career.

with the Downtown Phoenix Partnership

and other estate planning or business

executive committee. Connor Cohen is

and-a-half years ago. I was with the firm


Visionary Award, the highest honor given

succession planning issues.

also a member of the firm’s operating

since 1968. I now read, putter around,

Donald I. Grande, JD’66, and his wife,

at the organization’s annual DREAMR


committee and chairs its ERISA litigation

[and] travel. My last trip was to Dubai a

Barbara, are being honored by Milwau-

awards program. DREAMR stands for

Stanley C. Fickle, JD’74, of counsel at

practice. Arent Fox LLP is a law firm with

year-and-a-half ago.”

kee’s Yeshiva Elementary School for their

Downtown Revitalization Effort Awards

Barnes & Thornburg LLP in Indianapo-

offices in Washington, DC, New York, and

work in behalf of the school and the

of Merit and Recognition, and the awards

lis, was recognized in the 2010 edition of

Los Angeles.

Sherman Park neighborhood. Yeshiva

luncheon recognizes those who have

Chambers USA for being a leading lawyer


the affectionate moniker “Titan of Titles.”


+ In April, Indiana Rep. Bill Ruppel pre-

56 + ergo + 2009-2010 dean’s report

Three Maurer School of Law alumni who


sented Charles R. “Chuck” Tiede, JD’56,


Elementary School is the only Jewish day

played a significant part in revitalizing the

in the area of appellate litigation. Fickle

Larry A. Mackey, JD’76, a partner at

with a Distinguished Hoosier Award on

Joseph T. Bumbleburg, JD’61, an attorney

school in Sherman Park, adding to the

downtown Phoenix area, either through

concentrates his practice in appellate

Barnes & Thornburg LLP in Indianapo-

behalf of Gov. Mitch Daniels. The award

at Ball Eggleston Bumbleburg McBride

area’s diversity and creating a religiously

new commercial development, urban

advocacy in both state and federal courts,

lis, was recognized in the 2010 edition

is given to Hoosiers who make significant

Walkey & Stapleton in Lafayette, Ind.,

and culturally integrated experience for

residential opportunities, or activity in the

and law and motion practice at the trial

of Chambers USA for being a leading

contributions to their communities. Rup-

recently received the Grand Marquis

the members of its community.

arts and entertainment community. Irwin,

level. He is also listed in The Best Lawyers

lawyer in the area of general commercial

pel — along with Wabash, Ind., Mayor Bob

de Lafayette Award for Community


a partner in the Phoenix office of the law

in America in the areas of appellate and

litigation. Mackey, who joined Barnes &

Vanlandingham and members of Tiede’s

Service. This prestigious award recognizes

The Honorable Carl A. Heldt, JD’69, re-

firm Bryan Cave, was a founding member

energy law.

Thornburg in 1998, co-chairs the firm’s

family — made the surprise presentation

continued outstanding contributions over

ceived the Indiana State Bar Association’s

of the Downtown Phoenix Partnership


white-collar crime defense practice group

in the office of the law firm Tiede Metz &

a period of years to community leadership

Outstanding Judge Award, presented by

and chaired the board of directors for

Robert W. Sikkel, JD’74, a partner at

and concentrates his practice in the repre-

Downs in Wabash. Tiede has been practic-

and contributions to the quality of life of

the ISBA’s Young Lawyers Section. Heldt

almost 20 years. He has practiced business

Barnes & Thornburg LLP in Grand Rapids,

sentation of corporations and executives

ing law in Wabash for more than 50 years

the greater Lafayette community.

is judge of the Vanderburgh Circuit Court,

law for more than 35 years and represents

Mich., was recognized in the 2010 edition

subject to federal and state criminal and

and has served numerous community


a position to which he was elected in 1998.

private and public companies as well as

of Chambers USA for being a leading

civil investigation proceedings.



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Your fellow Indiana Law alumni have been very busy this year. Enjoy reading about their accomplishments and life events, and continue sending us your news — online or by mail.

John Fitzgerald, JD’77, visited the Law School September 13 as practitioner-in-residence

Indianapolis attorney Joseph H. Hogsett, JD’81, has received approval from the full

to discuss his experience in conservation policy. Since 2007, he has been the policy director

U.S. Senate to serve as the next U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Indiana. For more

for the Society for Conservation Biology, a global association of nearly 14,000 conservation

than 25 years, Hogsett has played a prominent role in Indiana’s civic life as a practicing

professionals. In that position he has helped build a policy program that empowers scientific

attorney, counselor and senior advisor to three governors, and, most prominently,

and other conservation experts to work effectively with policymakers. {finis}

as Indiana’s 57th Secretary of State (1989-1994). In his current role at Bingham McHale LLP, Hogsett advises management clients on individual employment contracts, non-compete

Environmental policy expert serves as practitioner-in-residence

agreements, sexual harassment and retaliation claims, and immigration compliance. In addition, he defends businesses in employment discrimination and civil rights litigation in state and federal court. He also assists with the firm’s government department in its service to Indiana’®s cities and towns and county governments. Hogsett has been a lifelong runner, a five-time competitor in the Boston Marathon and an ultra-marathoner. {finis}

alumni feature

The Honorable Clarence N. Patterson Jr.,

Lawyers® edition in the field of construc-

Jeffrey L. Gage, JD’77, a partner at Quarles

firm’s management committee, chair of

Barnes & Thornburg LLP in Indianapo-

and is the author of A Model Wetlands

JD’76, was sworn in to the York County

tion law. Dickson focuses his practice

& Brady LLP in Phoenix, was selected

the real estate department, a member of

lis, was recognized in the 2010 edition of

Ordinance for Indiana Communities.

(Pa.) Court of Common Pleas in January

on construction law, environmental law

for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in

the firm’s entrepreneurial services group,

Chambers USA for being a leading lawyer

2010. He won a countywide election in

and commercial litigation, representing

America 2011 in the field of real estate

and managing general partner of the

in the area of corporate/M&A law. As

2009 and is currently assigned to the

owners, contractors, subcontractors and

law. Gage practices in the firm’s real

firm’s separate partnership, BT Building

chair of the business department, Millard

family law division of the court, presiding

suppliers in all aspects of construction

estate group in the areas of real estate

Company LLP. Lee was also selected for

counsels middle-market and high-growth

Edward F. Schrager, JD’80, a partner with

over family law and juvenile delinquency

law, including bidding, contract prepara-

development, real estate finance,

inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America

businesses and venture capital and

the Indianapolis law firm Cohen Garelick

cases. Judge Patterson commented, “But

tion and negotiation, surety bonds, claim

corporate, commercial, and county

2010 in the field of real estate law.

private equity funds and the investors in

& Glazier, has earned a Super Lawyer

for the excellent legal education that I re-

resolution, mediation, arbitration, and

government. His experience includes


those businesses and funds. He has been

designation for a second consecutive

ceived at Indiana University, this honored


private practice in Arizona, specializing

Michael E. Brown, JD’78, a senior partner

selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers

year. Schrager concentrates his practice

privilege would not have been possible.”


in real estate work for companies doing

at Kightlinger & Gray, LLP in Indianapolis,

in America® from 2000-2010 in the field

in business litigation, criminal defense in


Francina A. Dlouhy, JD’77, a partner at

development work in commercial,

was recognized in The Best Lawyers in

of corporate law, received the Cy Smith

state and federal courts, family law, and

Ann M. Delaney, JD’77, a partner at

Baker & Daniels LLP in Indianapolis,

residential, office building, and retail

America 2010. Brown was selected in

Spirit of Entrepreneurship Award from

personal-injury litigation.

DeLaney & DeLaney LLC in Indianapolis,

received the Indiana Lawyer’s Distin-


the area of legal malpractice law. Brown

the Venture Club of Indiana in 2003, and


received the Indiana Lawyer’s Distin-

guished Barrister Award, which honors


has been practicing law in Indiana since

is ranked among the top corporate/M&A

Ernest Summers III, JD/MBA’80, joined

guished Barrister Award, which honors

15 Indiana lawyers for their exemplary

Philip G. Genetos, JD’77, a partner at Ice

1978 and regularly speaks on legal

attorneys in Chambers & Partners’

Baker & Daniels LLP as a partner in the

15 Indiana lawyers for their exemplary

leadership both in the legal profession

Miller LLP in Indianapolis, received the

topics. His practice areas include bad

Chambers USA 2009 directory.

firm’s Chicago office. Summers will focus

leadership both in the legal profession

and in the community. The practice leader

Indiana Lawyer’s Distinguished Barrister

faith, commercial litigation, constitutional


his practice in business litigation where

and in the community. Delaney currently

of the firm’s state and local tax practice

Award, which honors 15 Indiana lawyers

law, first-party insurance defense,

Robert M. Walter, JD’79, of Auburn, Ind.,

he has extensive experience in corporate

serves as the executive director of the

group, Dlouhy practices in all areas of

for their exemplary leadership both in the

insurance agents and brokers errors and

is a former Peace Corps volunteer and

and private practice. He represents clients

Julian Center, a United Way agency that

state and local taxation, representing

legal profession and in the community.

omissions, insurance law and regulation,

teacher of English as a second language

in complex litigation, including cases

serves women and children who are

business taxpayers in administrative

Genetos provides counsel representing

and professional liability litigation.

who also worked as a foreign-service

involving policyholders in many types of

victims of domestic violence.

proceedings and litigation involving state

clients in Indiana, Illinois and other areas


officer in the U.S. Department of State in

insurance recovery claims and litigation.


income taxes, sales and use tax, financial

on single and multi-family housing,

John M. Kyle, JD’79, a partner at Barnes

Washington, DC, in the mid-1970s. He is

Summers also handles cases in antitrust,

V. James Dickson, JD’77, partner in charge

institutions taxes, and real and personal

airports, industrial development, munici-

& Thornburg LLP in Indianapolis, was

in his fourth non-consecutive term as a

licensing and distribution, securities fraud

at Adams and Reese LLP in St. Petersburg,

property taxes. She also represents clients

pal gas utility, ports, and 501(c)(3) bonds.

selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers

member of the Auburn Common Council

and other shareholder disputes, mass

Fla., was named among the Florida Super

on tax planning and obtaining incentives


in America 2011 in the area of environ-

and was a candidate for mayor of the city

toxic tort, and other areas of commercial

Lawyers in the field of construction/surety

for investment and expansion. Dlouhy

Stephen W. Lee, JD’77, a partner at Barnes

mental law. Kyle is an adjunct professor of

in 1999. Walter is admitted to practice in


law, and was included in the 2010 Florida

has extensive experience with tax abate-

& Thornburg LLP in Indianapolis, was

law at the Maurer School of Law.

Indiana, and lists astronomy, genealogy,


Super Lawyers magazine, published in

ment, enterprise zones, EDGE credits, and

recognized in the 2010 edition of Cham-


local history, and the environment among

The Honorable Kenneth L. Tacoma, JD’80,

June. He was also included in the Best

research and development incentives.

bers USA for being a leading lawyer in the

David B. Millard, JD’79, a partner at

his interests. He writes for Wikipedia

judge at Wexford County Probate Court


area of real estate. He is a member of the


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58 + ergo + 2009-2010 dean’s report

alumni feature

Hogsett approved as U.S. Attorney for Southern District of Indiana

60 + ergo + 2009-2010 dean’s report

in Cadillac, Mich., has been selected as

teaches primarily Hispanic, at-risk, and

in the area of labor and employment law.

Tracy T. Larsen, JD’84, a partner at Barnes

connection with financing and secured

organizations. His experience includes

president of the Michigan Probate Judges’

economically and socially disadvantaged

His practice experience includes 25 years

& Thornburg LLP in Grand Rapids, Mich.,

lending, real estate development, acquisi-

representation of affluent families in

Association for the 2010-11 term. Judge

children to swim competitively.

of collective bargaining, contract

was recognized in the 2010 edition of

tion, and leasing. He has worked on real

transferring corporate interests and other

Tacoma has served as the Wexford County


administration and representation in

Chambers USA for being a leading lawyer

estate issues for some of Indiana’s largest

forms of wealth from one generation to

Judge of Probate since 1994. Prior to the

R. Anthony Prather, JD’83, a partner at

arbitration proceedings; federal and state

in the area of corporate/M&A law. Larsen

industrial development projects, includ-

another; representation of corporate and

judicial office, he served as Wexford

Barnes & Thornburg LLP in Indianapo-

court litigation involving discrimination

represents clients in mergers and acquisi-

ing the Subaru-Isuzu automotive facility in

individual fiduciaries and beneficiaries

County prosecuting attorney, domestic

lis, was recognized in the 2010 edition of

and wrongful discharge claims; represen-

tions, joint ventures, corporate finance

Lafayette, Ind.; the Toyota plant in

in probate, estate settlement, and trust

relations referee for the 28th Circuit and

Chambers USA for being a leading lawyer

tation in alternative dispute resolution

transactions and restructurings, takeover

Princeton, Ind.; and the Steel Dynamics

administration; representation of clients

in the private practice of law.

in the area of labor and employment law.

proceedings; supervisor training; EFCA

defense, corporate governance, and

mill in Butler, Ind., and was a member of

before the Internal Revenue Service


Prather focuses his practice on represent-

and union avoidance planning; appearing

federal securities law matters. He is also

Barnes & Thornburg’s team in the

and various state taxing authorities; and

Victor B. Maddox, JD’81, a partner at

ing management interests exclusively in

before federal and state agencies, drafting

listed in The Best Lawyers in America®,

arbitration over the status of the Bosnian

representation of clients in the creation

Fultz Maddox Hovious & Dickens PLC

all aspects of labor and employment law

and enforcing non-competition agree-

Michigan Super Lawyers®, Who’s Who in

town of Brcko.

and ongoing administration of charitable

in Louisville, Ky., was appointed to the

and litigation, including workplace in-

ments and employment contracts; and

American Law®, and The Legal 500.



Legal Services Corporation (LSC) Board

vestigations, audits, supervisory training,

day-to-day counseling.


Ronald S. Bowling, JD’87, an attorney at


of Directors. LSC is the leading provider

defense of discrimination and retaliation


Neal A. Puckett, JD’84, was featured on

Worsham & Victor PC in Farmington Hills,

David A. Reidy, JD’87, was named distin-

of civil legal aid for the poor in the United

claims, and preparation and defense of

In June 2009 the Indiana Basketball Hall of

Fox Happening Now on October 25 as a

Mich., was named by DBusiness, Detroit’s

guished professor of humanities and head

States. Maddox, one of 11 members on

affirmative action plans. In June 2009,

Fame named Phil L. Isenbarger, JD’84, of

military law expert discussing the recent

premier business journal, as one of the

of the Department of Philosophy at the

the bipartisan board, was appointed by

Prather was appointed by the Indiana

Zionsville, Ind., an at-large representative

Wikileaks release of classified material.

“Top Lawyers” of 2010 in the specialty

University of Tennessee. Reidy is a

President Barack Obama in December

Supreme Court to a second five-year term

for the 2009-10 year. He is a partner with

Puckett has tried a number of high-profile

areas of medical malpractice and personal

professor of philosophy and adjunct

2009. Maddox focuses his practice on a

as a member of the Court’s Disciplinary

the law firm Bingham McHale LLP in

cases defending military personnel


professor of political science at UT. He

broad range of trial, arbitration, and ap-


Indianapolis and has more than 25 years

accused of crimes.


lives in Knoxville with his wife, Kathy J.

pellate matters involving constitutional


of litigation and trial experience. Isen-


Chris K. Gawart, JD’87, a partner at

Saunders, JD’87, and their two children.

and public policy law and commercial and

Keith E. White, JD’83, a partner in

barger has chaired the firm’s litigation

David R. Warshauer, JD’84, of counsel at

Quarles & Brady LLP in Milwaukee, was


business litigation.

both the Indianapolis and Fort Wayne,

department and has been lead counsel

Barnes & Thornburg LLP in Indianapo-

selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers

Juan C. Basombrio, JD’89, appeared on


Ind. offices of Barnes & Thornburg LLP,

for jury trials conducted in courts across

lis, was recognized in the 2010 edition of

in America® 2011 in the field of trusts and

CNN’s Spanish-language station on

Richard W. Young, JD’81, a partner at

was recognized in the 2010 edition of

Indiana. He has mediated and arbitrated

Chambers USA for being a leading lawyer

estates. Gawart practices in the areas of es-

October 21, where he spoke on the

Quarles & Brady LLP in Chicago, was

Chambers USA for being a leading lawyer

hundreds of cases, and serves as counsel,

in the area of real estate law. Warshauer

tate planning, closely held business plan-

program Economía y Finanzas on the

selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers

in the area of labor and employment law.

mediator, and arbitration panelist. A

represents a broad range of clients in

ning, general corporate, and tax-exempt

legal climate in Ecuador and neighboring

in America® 2011 in the field of intellectual

White has more than 25 years of national

distinguished fellow of the Indianapolis

property law. Young represents companies

experience in labor and employment law,

Bar Foundation and former president of

in a broad range of industries, including

including two-and-a-half years serving

the Indianapolis Bar Association, Isen-

advertising, publishing, and manufactur-

as vice president and general counsel

barger is also an active member in the

ing. He assists clients in the acquisition,

for a major automotive supplier based in

American Bar Association, the Indiana

protection, and exploitation of their

Detroit. White is a member of the Ameri-

State Bar Association, the Indianapolis

intellectual property around the world.

can Bar Association and its Committee on

Law Club, the International Association of

He is also a member of the International

ADR in Labor and Employment Law. He is

Defense Counsel, Transportation Lawyers

Trademark Association, Pharmaceutical

a frequent speaker for these organizations,

Association, and USLAW. A captain of the

Trade Marks Group, American Intellectual

and serves on the faculty of programs

1981 NCAA champion Hoosier basketball

Property Law Association, Intellectual

sponsored by the ABA’s Committee on

team, he was inducted into the Indiana

Property Law Association of Chicago,

ADR in Labor and Employment Law, and

Basketball Hall of Fame as a Silver

American Bar Association, and Lawyers

the National Labor Relations Board.

Anniversary player in 2002. Isenbarger is

for the Creative Arts.


a frequent speaker at seminars and con-


Tracey (Nicolau) Wise, JD’83, was

ferences, and is a contributing author

In May, Arthur A. Lopez, JD’83, special

appointed as a United States bankruptcy

and speaker for a number of professional

assistant to the deputy director at the U.S.

judge for the Eastern District of Kentucky.

organizations. He has been a volunteer

Office of Government Ethics in Washing-


high-school varsity basketball coach for

ton, DC, was honored by Phi Delta Kappa

Kenneth J. Yerkes, JD’83, a partner at

the past 15 years. Isenbarger and his wife,

American consumers who suffered from identity theft and security breaches. Beyond her

in recognition of his swimming program,

Barnes & Thornburg LLP in Indianapo-

Jenny, live in Zionsville, Ind., with their

Nadar Por Vida. The program, which

lis, was recognized in the 2010 edition of

three children, Matt, Jack, and Katie.

contributions in the realm of information practices, Harbour also has played an important

received the Friends of Education Award,

Chambers USA for being a leading lawyer


alumni feature Pamela Jones Harbour, JD’84, a partner at Fulbright & Jaworski LLP in Washington, DC, received the Champion of Freedom Award from the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC). Harbour was recognized as a leading champion of consumer privacy and a dedicated public official. A Federal Trade Commissioner from August 2003 to April 2010, Harbour is recognized internationally for her leadership in the emerging areas of competition and consumer protection, including privacy and data security. While on the commission, Harbour opposed the consolidation of the online advertising industry and urged the adoption of new privacy and data security safeguards for Internet users. She also pushed for a new global privacy framework for cross-border data transfers and was an outspoken advocate for

role in shaping the legal discourse on technological standard setting, innovation markets, vertical distribution restraints, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology and health care.


Harbour earns EPIC’s “Champion of Freedom” award

Rapheal M. Prevot, Jr., JD’84, an avid golfer and supporter of the NBI. The Inaugural Clyde E. Bailey, Jr. and Rapheal M. Prevot, Jr. National Bar Institute Annual Golf Tournament took place in New Orleans, La., during the 85th annual meeting of the National Bar Association. Jean Bailey, wife of Clyde Bailey, and Roberta Gumbel, wife of Rapheal Prevot, Jr., were present and participated in the ceremony. Rapheal Prevot III participated in the ceremony

National Bar Institute names golf tournament in honor of Prevot

and serves as honorary chair of the NBI Youth Golf Clinic. {finis}

alumni feature

is recognized as one of the leading experts

over 50 jury trials in both state and federal

tion of Women’s Clubs is an international

in Michigan no-fault automobile insur-

courts on a wide array of issues, such as

organization dedicated to community

ance law. He has delivered dozens of

wrongful death, trucking/transportation,

improvement through volunteer service.

educational programs on no-fault insur-

construction accidents/losses and

Casper previously served a three-year

ance to clients and insurance company

premises liability.

term as the president of the North Myrtle

claim adjusters over the years, distributed


Beach Women’s Club.

numerous legal alerts on the topic, and an-

In May, Angela Elbert, JD’96, senior coun-


nually updates and publishes his manual,

sel at Neal Gerber & Eisenberg, LLP in

Jeff M. Heinzmann, JD’93, and his wife,

Michigan No-Fault Insurance Outline,

Chicago, was named as a 2010 recipient of

Suzanne, welcomed their second daugh-

First Party Claims.

the Alta May Hulett Award by the Chicago

ter, Anne Marie Elizabeth, on March 25,


Bar Association’s Alliance for Women

2010. Their older daughter, Abigail, was

Angela R. Lang, JD’95, joined Walton

(AFW). As chair of her firm’s insurance

born in 1998.

Street Capital, a real estate private equity

practice group and as a member of its


firm based in Chicago. Lang will serve as

litigation practice group, Elbert focuses

John P. Lennon, JD’93, joined Honigman

general counsel for the firm, which assists

her practice on advising organizations

Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP in

clients with a variety of investment strate-

and boards of directors on a variety of risk

Kalamazoo, Mich., as a partner in the firm’s

gies, including single asset transactions,

management issues. Elbert’s many honors

real estate department. Lennon focuses

complex ownership situations, illiquid

include recognition in the 2009 Chambers

his practice on real estate transactions,

assets, international ventures, targeted

USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for

countries from the perspective of foreign

poverty-law issue, involves a significant

the areas of intellectual property, insur-

financing, leasing, affordable housing,

development, entity recapitalizations, and

Business; recognition as Martindale Hub-

investors. Among other topics, he

commitment of grantee program resources

ance coverage, and products liability.

government incentives, construction, land

private equity platform investments. Lang

bell Peer Review AV® Peer Review Rated,

discussed recent changes regarding

and staff, and reflects legal work which is

Smith is actively involved with his

use, development and brokerage. He rep-

previously worked at Mayer Brown LLP

the highest possible rating; and inclusion

arbitration. Basombrio is a partner at

of a high professional level. Carmona was

fraternity, Phi Delta Theta, where he is a

resents the interests of large corporations,

in Chicago.

in Super Lawyers as an Illinois Rising

Dorsey & Whitney LLP in Irvine, Calif.

a part of a team of attorneys who worked

member of the board of trustees. Current-

real estate developers, builders and inves-


Star in insurance coverage. She currently co-chairs the Neal Gerber Eisenberg


on a significant impact project in Lake

ly, he serves as the ranking member on the

tors throughout Michigan and Florida.

F. Anthony Paganelli, JD’95, of Indianapo-

In October, Michele S. Bryant, JD’88, was

Worth, Fla.

ways and means committee and is one of


lis, was named a 2010 Indiana Rising Star

Women’s Network, which, under her lead-

five members of the House to be appointed

David R. Prybil, JD/MBA’92, has pub-

by Law & Politics magazine. The designa-

ership, has grown to include a comprehen-

to the Legislature’s Joint Fiscal Committee.

lished a novel titled Golden State,

tion recognizes Indiana’s best attorneys

sive program that provides training for the

recognized by the Indiana State Bar Association as a recipient of the Women in the



described as the story of “five Californians

under 40 who have been practicing for

firm’s female attorneys and opportunities

Brian R. Lehrer, JD’91, is an associate

Scott A. Bearby, JD’92, assistant general

leading unfulfilled lives.” Prybil is a writer-

10 years or less. Paganelli is a partner for

for the development of personal,

to helping women advance in the legal

with Schenck, Price, Smith & King LLP

counsel at the National Collegiate

producer with 15 years of experience in

the law firm Taft Stettinius & Hollister in

professional, and leadership skills.

community. She is a partner at the law

and a member of the firm’s litigation

Athletic Association National Staff Office,

the entertainment industry and producing

Indianapolis. He practices in the area of


firm Bamberger Foreman Oswald & Hahn

department. He is also a member of the

and John T. Cooper, JD’92, senior vice

credit on films such as Saved! and Dancer,

business litigation.

John P. Twohy, JD’96, is a member of the

in Evansville, Ind. Bryant concentrates

commercial restructuring and workouts

president and associate general counsel at



Defense Trial Counsel of Indiana board.

her practice on defending individuals and

practice group. Lehrer’s expertise includes

Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., served


Laura A. Scott, JD’95, a partner at Bam-

The organization named its 2010 officers

businesses involved in litigation regarding

insurance litigation and civil trial practice.

as lead counsel on behalf of the NCAA

Patrick W. Rasche, JD’93, partner and

berger Foreman Oswald & Hahn LLP in

and directors in November 2009 at its

employment matters, contracts, business

Lehrer is the past chair of the New Jersey

and Turner, respectively, on a high-profile

chair of the intellectual property practice

Evansville, Ind., received the Indiana

conference and annual meeting in Bloom-

disputes and insurance coverage issues.

Insurance Law Section of the New Jersey

sports programming deal, which will move

group at Armstrong Teasdale LLP in St.

Lawyer’s Distinguished Barrister Award,

ington, Ind. Twohy is an attorney for the

She also has experience in health care and

State Bar Association. For the past 10

the NCAA closer to a 68-team tournament.

Louis, was elected to a three-year term on

which honors 15 Indiana lawyers for their

law firm Eichhorn & Eichhorn in

hospital law involving physician contract-

years, he edited and authored the section


the compensation committee. Rasche is a

exemplary leadership both in the legal

Hammond, Ind.

ing, peer review, regulatory issues and

newsletter. Currently, he serves on the

Bruce A. Brightwell, JD’92, was certified

member of the Missouri and Illinois State

profession and in the community. Scott


corporate compliance.

editorial board of the New Jersey Lawyer

as a civil trial advocate by the National

Bar Associations, the United States Patent

concentrates her practice on purchases

Nicole Daniel, JD’97, was promoted to the



Board of Trial Advocacy. Brightwell cur-

and Trademark Office, and the American

and sales of businesses, contracts,

position of vice president, chief compli-

Lisa A. Carmona, JD’89, an attorney at the


rently practices as a solo practitioner in

Intellectual Property Law Association.

commercial loan transactions, and

ance officer and corporate secretary at

Florida Equal Justice Center in Fort Myers,

Shapleigh Smith, Jr., JD’91, a partner at

New Albany, Ind., with an emphasis in


litigation of business and banking issues.

Albemarle Corporation in Baton Rouge,

Fla., received the Florida Bar Foundation’s

Dinse, Knapp & McAndrew in Burlington,


Thomas R. TerMaat, JD’94, a senior attor-


La. She will also continue in her role as

2010 Steven M. Goldstein Award. The

Vt., serves in the Vermont legislature as


ney at Foster Swift Collins & Smith PC in

D. Bryce Zoeller, JD’95, a partner at

assistant general counsel. Daniel has

award recognizes a project of significant

speaker of the house. For more than 10

Juliet Casper, JD’92, was elected the

Grand Rapids, Mich., was selected for in-

Kightlinger & Gray, LLP in Indianapolis,

served as assistant general counsel and

impact that affects a substantial number

years, Smith, a shareholder and director of

Eastern District President for the General

clusion in The Best Lawyers in America®

was recognized in The Best Lawyers in

assistant corporate secretary since Janu-

of poor persons, addresses an important

the firm, has concentrated his practice in

Federation of Women’s Clubs for the state

2011 in the field of insurance law. TerMaat

America 2010. Zoeller has first-chaired

ary 2008. She previously spent three years

Law Recognition Award. Bryant received the award in recognition of her dedication

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of South Carolina. The General Federa-

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The National Bar Institute (NBI) has named its annual golf tournament in honor of the late

the Illinois 10th Congressional District. Dold runs Rose Pest Solutions, the oldest pest management company in the United States. He also serves on numerous boards and associations, where he advocates for small businesses on a broad range of issues at the local, state, and federal level. Dold previously served as an investigative counsel for the House Government Reform and Oversight Committee, where he worked on campaign

Dold elected to U.S. House of Representatives

finance reform in Washington, DC. {finis}

64 + ergo + 2009-2010 dean’s report

alumni feature

Kathy L. Osborn, JD’99, a partner at Baker

which mentioned the Law School.

Randall B. Stiles, JD’00, is the founder

& Daniels LLP in Indianapolis, was a can-


and owner of Stiles Law Office in Fort

didate for the Indiana Judicial Nominating

Darrick J. Hooker, JD’00, joined Freeborn

Wayne, Ind. The firm specializes in

Commission and the Indiana Commission

& Peters LLP as a partner in the firm’s

bankruptcy law.

on Judicial Qualifications. At Baker &

Chicago office. Hooker’s professional high-


Daniels, Osborn is a commercial, antitrust

lights include two major patent infringe-

Najeeba Syeed-Miller, JD’00, was named

and appellate litigator and an antitrust

ment trial victories involving two leading

the first Muslim faculty member at Clare-

compliance counselor. She represents

manufacturers which resulted in multi-

mont School of Theology in Claremont,

businesses and individuals in state and

million dollar jury awards: McNeil-PPC,

Calif. Syeed-Miller, who concentrated

federal courts in an array of areas, includ-

Inc. v. Bayer Corporation (Gelcap Pills)

her career in the areas of conflict resolu-

ing antitrust, estate/probate/trust, product

and Union Carbide Chemicals & Plas-

tion and education, gender issues, and

liability, administrative procedure,

tics Technology Corporation and Union

community activism, will join the faculty

contract and torts.

Carbide Corporation v. Shell Oil Company,

as an assistant professor of interreligious


et al. Hooker was recently recognized in

education. Her interests range widely,

Geoffrey S. Silver, JD’99, was promoted to

the 2010 edition of Who’s Who in Black

including conducting gang interven-

director of amateurism certification at the

Chicago, which celebrates the “signifi-

tions, implementing diversity training in

NCAA Eligibility Center in Indianapolis.

cant accomplishments and outstanding

universities and public agencies, conflict

In his new role, Silver will oversee all

achievements of African-American citi-

resolution in public schools, interreligious

matters related to the required amateurism

zens” in Chicago. He was also selected as a

dialogue among the Abrahamic traditions,

leading the company’s investor relations

Angela L. Freel, JD’98, has been appointed

Additionally, Hawkins and her husband

certifications of all incoming NCAA DI and

2009 Fellow of

and environmental conflict resolution.

program as corporate director – inves-

to the Commission for Continuing Legal

welcomed their son, Thomas Jackson

DII student athletes.

Leadership Greater Chicago, a nonprofit


tor relations. Daniel joined Albemarle in

Education by the Indiana Supreme Court.

Strick Hawkins, in October 2009. T.J. joins


organization dedicated to helping

Scott B. Tittle, JD’01, senior counsel at

November 2002 in Richmond, Va., as

Freel, a partner in the litigation depart-

his big brother, Henry.

Paul L. Smith, JD’99, is the assistant

Chicago’s most promising leaders

Krieg DeVault LLP in Indianapolis, was

associate counsel and was elected

ment at Rudolph, Fine, Porter & Johnson,


attorney-in-charge of criminal appeals

enhance their community awareness

recently named president of Indiana

assistant corporate secretary in 2003.

LLP begins her five-year term on the

Kevin R. Robling, JD’98, the former as-

for the State of Oregon Department of

in the Chicago-metropolitan area.

Health Care Association, Indiana’s largest

Prior to joining Albemarle, she was an

commission on Jan. 1, 2011. Freel focuses

sistant dean for admissions at the Indiana

Justice. Smith has worked for the Depart-


trade association and advocate represent-

associate with Hunton & Williams LLP

her practice primarily in the areas of

University Maurer School of Law, is leav-

ment of Justice for almost 10 years. He pre-

D. Cameron Prell, JD’00, joined McGuire-

ing proprietary, not-for-profit, and hospital-

in Richmond, Va., and an associate with

family law and domestic relations, insur-

ing the service of the City of Bloomington

viously clerked for the Honorable David

Woods LLP in Washington, DC, as senior

based nursing homes and assisted-living

Woods Rogers PLC in Roanoke, Va.

ance defense, commercial litigation,

at or near year’s end to enter private prac-

Brewer of the Oregon Court of Appeals.

counsel in the firm’s energy and climate

communities. Tittle was also selected by


civil litigation, mediation, and collection

tice. He has formed Robling Law LLC and


change industry team. In his new role,

the Indianapolis Business Journal as one

Andrew U. D. Straw, JD’97, recently

law. She currently serves on the board of

will be concentrating his practice in the

J. Todd Spurgeon, JD’99, a partner at

Prell advises clients on federal energy and

of its “Forty Under 40” young profession-

returned from Dunedin, New Zealand to

directors of the Indiana Continuing Legal

area of government affairs and services,

Kightlinger & Gray, LLP in New Albany,

climate change policies and regulation,

als who have made significant contri-

his hometown of Goshen, Ind., and will

Education Forum and is chair of the Indi-

criminal defense, and personal injury.

Ind., was selected for inclusion in the

carbon finance and energy commodity

butions in their respective careers. He

be practicing law through his virtual law

ana State Bar Association Young Lawyers

Robling was the City of Bloomington’s

Rising Stars list published in 2010

transactions, and sustainable energy and

practices in the areas of health care and

firm, Andrew U. D. Straw, Esq., PC. Straw

Section, where she also serves on its board

corporation counsel and the mayor’s chief

Indiana Super Lawyers®. His practice

infrastructure development.

governmental affairs. Tittle was previous-

concentrates his practice in the areas of

of governors. In addition, Freel is vice

of staff for the past seven years. He will

areas include litigation, insurance


ly health care policy director and special

family wills, advance medical directives,

president of the Evansville Legal Aid

be practicing in downtown Bloomington,

defense, government (federal, state,

Crystal G. Rowe, JD’00, an attorney at

counsel to Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels.

social security and benefits law, immigra-

Society, and is also active with the

and his contact information is: P.O. Box

county, and local liability torts and

Kightlinger & Gray, LLP in New Albany,

He lives with his wife, Molly (Palmatier),

tion (family petitions) and corporate law.

Volunteer Lawyer Program.

10, Bloomington, IN 47402-0010; telephone:

defense), medical malpractice

Ind., was selected for inclusion in the

BS’95, a business owner and fitness

He also served as the campaign manager


812.325.9015; e-mail: Robling.Law@gmail.

(professional liability defense), and

Rising Stars list published in 2010 Indiana

correspondent, in Indianapolis.

for Dwight Fish, an Indiana state repre-

Nancy Strick Hawkins, JD’98, was recent-


appellate representation.

Super Lawyers®. Her practice includes all


sentative candidate in District 21. District

ly named a shareholder in the Phoenix


aspects of appellate representation before

Michael S. Dalrymple, JD’02, recently

21 covers parts of St. Joseph and Elkhart

office of Greenberg Traurig LLP. Hawkins

Aaron N. Goldberger, JD’99, was

the state and federal appellate courts of In-

opened his own law practice in Indianapo-

counties, including Elkhart, Mishawaka,

focuses her practice on antitrust and trade

appointed vice president, federal/regula-

diana and Kentucky. Rowe has more than

lis, representing clients in employment,

Nappanee, Lakeville, North Liberty, and

regulation counseling and advises clients

tory of Neustar, Inc. Founded in 1996,

Proloy K. Das, JD’00, a partner at Rome

five years’ experience as a judicial law

labor, estate planning, and disability law.

Walkerton. Straw lives in Goshen with his

on a variety of antitrust issues, including

Neustar, Inc., is a leading provider of

McGuigan, PC in Hartford, was elected

clerk, serving in legal capacities in the In-

Prior to opening his own practice, Dalrym-

wife, Paola, a University of Otago senior

all aspects of the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act,

essential clearinghouse services to the

president of the Young Lawyers Section of

diana Court of Appeals, the Allen County

ple was an associate at Ice Miller LLP for

lecturer in Chinese, and their two

mergers and acquisitions, monopolization,

global communications and internet

the Connecticut Bar Association. In that

Superior Court, the U.S. District Court,

five years. As the most senior associate in

children, Ava and Manu.

tying, pricing and distribution issues, and


role, he wrote a monthly column for

and the United States Attorney’s office.

the firm’s labor and employment section,


other contractual relationships.


Connecticut Lawyer magazine, three of


he represented clients on all employer


65 +

Robert J. Dold, JD’96, of Winnetka, Ill., was elected to serve as U.S. Representative for

turing, sales and distribution agreements;

legal practice, Minich Law Firm, PC, and

has defended clients against employment

strategies for protecting and enforcing

has been representing clients with wills,

discrimination claims in state and federal

intellectual property rights; mergers and

trusts, immigration, civil rights, wage

be working on legal issues arising out of the April 2010 Deepwater Horizon platform

courts, before the Equal Employment

acquisitions; and licensing.

claims, and other matters both inside

Opportunity Commission, and in


and outside of litigation. Minich recently

in the Gulf of Mexico and the resulting oil spill. Walker was chosen from more than


Marc O. Abplanalp, JD’03, recently

purchased a home with his partner, and


joined Student Legal Services at Indiana

they are busy renovating it to include a

Michael J. Denny, JD’02, was recently

University as a staff attorney. Student

high-efficiency, client-friendly paperless

elected a partner of K&L Gates LLP in the

Legal Services is a nonprofit law office

office, as well as to serve as their

firm’s Charlotte, N.C. office. Denny focuses

that offers legal advice and representa-

primary residence.

his practice on corporate and securities

tion to Indiana University — Bloomington


law matters and mergers and acquisi-


Paul Newman, JD’03, will teach a short-

tions. He has advised public and private


term intensive course on freedom of

companies and investment banking firms

Jennifer M. Herrmann, JD’03, was

speech in the Global Law Program at

in a broad range of transactions, including

elected partner at Kightlinger & Gray,

the University of Haifa in Israel. Before

mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures,

LLP in Indianapolis. Herrmann was also

retiring in 2005, Newman served as

public and private debt and equity offer-

selected for inclusion in the Rising Stars

distinguished emeritus professor of lin-

ings, exchange offers, tender offers, and

list published in 2010 Indiana Super

guistics and director of the West African

consent solicitations. Denny also has

Lawyers®. Herrmann focuses her practice

Languages Institute at Indiana University.

extensive experience advising public

on products liability, premises liability,

With over a dozen books and well over

ing for 10 years or less. Betz-Sandifur is an

colleague Jean Blanton were nominated

Joshua L. Christie, JD’06, an associate at

companies on SEC reporting require-

toxic tort, contract law, and insurance

100 articles in refereed journals, Newman

associate with the law firm Taft Stettinius

for taking on two pro bono appeals — and

Ice Miller LLP in Indianapolis, received

ments, stock exchange listing standards,

defense litigation. She has also served

has been a scholar of international repute.

& Hollister, where she practices in the area

for winning both of them. Elston is an

the Indiana Lawyer’s Up and Coming

and corporate governance matters.

on the board of directors of the Indiana

He is credited with being the founder of

of general litigation.

associate at Ziemer, Stayman, Weitzel &

Lawyer award, which honors lawyers who


Blind Children’s Foundation, Inc., and as

modern comparative Chadic linguistics


Shoulders in Evansville, Ind.

have excelled in their profession and have

Chad T. Lewis, JD’02, was elected to a

a volunteer for Habitat for Humanity of

and being the world’s leading authority on

Nicole F. Cammarota, JD’04, was recently


demonstrated a substantial commitment

second term as Jefferson County

Greater Indianapolis.

Hausa linguistics.

honored by the Federal Bar Association

Benjamin D. Arden, JD’05, joined the

to serving their community. An associate

prosecutor. Lewis, who has been prosecut-



as a recipient of the Younger Federal At-

Federal Communications Commission in

in his firm’s business group and a member

ing attorney since January 2007, was on

Shontrai D. Irving, JD’03, an attorney at

In August, Jennifer L. Weber, JD’03,

torney Award at the FBA’s annual meeting

Washington, DC. Arden will work in the

of the firm’s life sciences group, Christie

the Democratic ballot in the party primary

State Farm Litigation Counsel in Crown

passed the six-month mark since lung

in New Orleans. Cammarota is one of only

industry analysis division in the media

primarily focuses his practice on corpo-

in May. Lewis also serves on the board

Point, Ind., was selected as the 2010

transplant surgery. She reports that her

five U.S. government attorneys nation-

bureau assisting with a merger review and

rate transactions, commercial agreements,

of directors of the Association of Indiana

recipient of the Outstanding Young

life is returning to normal, and that she

wide to receive the award, which recog-

media ownership policy.

general corporate matters, start-up and

Prosecuting Attorneys and was elected

Lawyer Award sponsored by the Indiana

is now able to ride her bicycle, play cello

nizes the accomplishments of outstanding


early stage companies, and aviation law.

vice president of the organization for this

State Bar Association. In addition to his

with the Carmel (Ind.) Symphony, and

federal government attorneys under the

Nicholas A. Capezza, JD’05, has accepted


year. The Association of Indiana Prosecut-

professional awards, Irving has received

resume a part-time work schedule. She has

age of 36. Cammarota was nominated by

a position as the manager of code and

Tyler B. Engar, JD’06, an attorney at Kight-

ing Attorneys, comprising 15 prosecutors

numerous recognitions for his extensive

even taken up kayaking and swimming.

the Office of Chief Counsel (IRS), where

regulatory programs at the Vinyl Siding

linger & Gray, LLP in Evansville, Ind.,

from around the state, works on legislation

community service, including volunteer-


she is currently senior counsel.

Institute in Washington, DC.

was selected for inclusion in the Rising

and policies that affect law enforcement

ing for the Boys & Girls Club, working

Tim D.F. Barteau, JD’04, accepted a



Stars list published in 2010 Indiana Super

and criminal justice.

with Habitat for Humanity, and serving as

position as an associate attorney at

Carina M. de la Torre, JD’04, joined the

Abram B. Gregory, JD’05, of Brownsburg,

Lawyers®. Engar concentrates his practice


the chairperson of tennis for the Inland

Selman Breitman LLP in San Francisco.

law firm of Keller Macaluso LLC in

Ind., was named a 2010 Indiana Rising Star

in the areas of product liability, litigation,

Kelly A. Slater, JD’02, was named a

Athletic Association.

Barteau’s primary focus will continue to

Carmel, Ind. as an associate. In her new

by Law & Politics magazine. An associate

commercial litigation, and insurance

partner at Appleton Luff in Washington,


be the defense of toxic tort claims.

position, she will expand her current

in the Indianapolis office of the law firm


DC. Slater has extensive experience

Nicholas W. Levi, JD’03, an associate at

Additionally, he recently competed in the

practice to include social security and

Taft Stettinius & Hollister, he practices in


advising international businesses with

Kightlinger & Gray, LLP in Indianapolis,

30th anniversary of the Escape from

disability law. De la Torre previously

the area of civil litigation defense.

Vess A. Miller, JD’06, an associate at

corporate structuring, governance, and op-

was selected for inclusion in the Rising

Alcatraz Triathlon in San Francisco.

worked at Bose McKinney & Evans LLP


Cohen & Malad P.C. in Indianapolis,

erations issues in East and Southeast Asia,

Stars list published in 2010 Indiana Super


in Indianapolis.

Heekyoon Kim, SJD’05, has been working

received the Indiana Lawyer’s Up and

with a special emphasis on China. Slater

Lawyers®. Ward focuses his practice on

Tracy Betz-Sandifur, JD’04, of Indianapo-


as an assistant professor of law at Sung-

Coming Lawyer award, which honors

has provided strategic advice to clients

product liability, litigation, commercial

lis, was named as a 2010 Indiana Rising

Jennifer A. Elston, JD’04, received the In-

shin Women’s University in Seoul, Korea.

lawyers who have excelled in their profes-

engaged in various cross-border trans-

litigation, and insurance defense.

Star by Law & Politics magazine. The

diana Bar Foundation’s Pro Bono Publico

He is also working as director of legisla-

sion and have demonstrated a substantial

actions, including the establishment of


designation recognizes Indiana’s best at-

Award, presented by Indiana Chief Justice

tion affairs in the Korean Criminal

commitment to serving their community.

foreign investment enterprises; manufac-

Robb A. Minich, JD’03, incorporated his

torneys under 40 who have been practic-

Randall T. Shepard. Elston and her

Procedure Law Association.

Miller concentrates his practice in class

Administration (NOAA), U.S. Department of Commerce, as an attorney advisor. She will

800 applicants for this high-profile position. She will be based in Silver Spring, Md. Previously, Walker worked for the Indiana Attorney General’s Office as a deputy attorney general — environmental. While at Indiana Law, she was an intern in the Conservation Law Clinic. {finis}

Walker to work on Deepwater Horizon issues

alumni feature


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Denise Walker, JD/MPA’06, has joined the National Oceanic and Atmospheric

compliance issues and labor relations. He

firm’s Corporate Department. Moll

between doctors and patients by bringing

es of state-recognized American Indian

Donald A. d’Amato, JD’10, joined Honig-

firm’s intellectual property team with a fo-

protection, healthcare, securities fraud,

focuses his practice primarily on repre-

a legal viewpoint to Medicaid hearings.

tribes in the U.S. for her Ph.D. dissertation

man Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP as

cus on preparing and prosecuting patents.

and antitrust matters.

senting private equity sponsors in


in anthropology.

an associate, splitting his time between


fundraising, mergers and acquisitions,

Catherine A. Clements, JD’09, joined


the firm’s Lansing and Ann Arbor, Mich.

Andrija Samardzich, JD’06, joined

and leveraged buy-outs. Prior to joining

Baker & Daniels LLP as an associate in

John T. Schlafer, JD’09, joined Baker &

offices. A registered patent agent, d’Amato

Williams Kastner as an associate in the

Ropes & Gray, Moll was an associate at

the firm’s Indianapolis office. Clements

Daniels LLP as an associate in the firm’s

will practice in the firm’s intellectual

firm’s Portland, Ore., office. Samardzich

Kirkland & Ellis.

spent the last year as a law clerk in the

downtown Indianapolis office. Schlafer,

property practice group in its corporate

focuses his practice on business litigation


Indiana Supreme Court for the Honorable

who was a Baker & Daniels summer

and securities department. Before law

and business transactions as well as prod-

Faisal M. Alzahrani, LLM’08, was

Theodore R. Boehm. Before attending law

associate in 2007, practices in the firm’s

school, d’Amato worked for more than

uct liability and mass torts.

promoted to head of consultancy at Al

school, Clements gained experience in

product liability litigation team. He

10 years as an engineering consultant


Rajhi Bank in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. In his

various areas of clinical research, includ-

represents national and regional manu-

in the construction and environmental

Alison R. Waske, JD’06, sustainability

new position, Alzahrani, who has worked

ing global clinical trial development and

facturers, including medical device and


manager for Warner Norcross & Judd LLP,

for Al Rajhi Bank since 2004, will carry on

regulatory scientific communications for

recreational vehicle manufacturers.


was elected to the board of directors of

leadership and management responsibili-

Eli Lilly and Company in Indianapolis.

Before joining Baker & Daniels, he was an

Abhishek Dubé, LLM’10, joined Baker &

the West Michigan Sustainable Business

ties for the bank, which is the largest in the

She also served as a clinical research coor-

associate instructor at the Indiana Univer-

Daniels LLP as an associate in the firm’s

Forum. Waske will serve a three-year term

region. Alzahrani previously worked as a

dinator at the Roudebush Veterans Affairs

sity School of Education, where

downtown Indianapolis office. He will

on the board, which works to promote

lawyer and as a senior legal advisor at Al

Medical Center in Indianapolis.

he taught education law and policy. He

focus his practice on insurance and

business practices that demonstrate

Rajhi Bank.


previously served as a law clerk for the

financial services. As a second-year law

environmental stewardship, economic


In December, D. Chad Johnson, JD’09,

U.S. Attorney’s Office in Louisville, Ky.

student, Dubé was the recipient of a Baker

vitality and social responsibility. Waske

Jeremy P. McCrary, JD’08, accepted a

joined the Indiana Department of Child

Before law school, he was a corps member

& Daniels diversity scholarship, which

also recently authored an article for Corp!

permanent position in the Executive

Services as a staff attorney in

in the Teach for America program, a

earned him a place in the firm’s summer

magazine titled, “Lessons Learned Putting

Office of the President, after joining EOP

Vanderburgh and Warrick Counties.

national nonprofit devoted to ending

associate program in 2008. As a law

Sustainability into Practice.”

as a temporary detailee in February 2009.


educational inequality in the U.S., and

student, he was president of the Asian


He will serve as a procurement analyst in

In August, Benjamin J. Keele, JD’09,

taught fifth grade in Marianna, Ark., from

Law Students Association, vice president

Matthew D. Bruno, JD’07, an associate at

the Office of Federal Procurement Policy.

began working as a reference librarian

2004 to 2006.

of the Student Bar Association, and a

Kightlinger & Gray, LLP in Indianapolis,


in the Wolf Law Library at the College


member of both the Black Law Students

was selected for inclusion in the Rising

Craig P. Smith, JD’08, accepted a position

of William and Mary Law School in

An article written by Szymon A. Syp,

Association and Indianapolis Bar Associa-

Stars list published in 2010 Indiana Super

as a law clerk to Magistrate Judge Ronald

Williamsburg, Va., where he lives.

EXC’09, titled “Poland — Decision No.

tion’s Diversity Task Force. Before joining

Lawyers. Bruno practices in the areas of

G. Morgan of the U.S. District Court for


DOK-7/09 of the President of the Polish

Baker & Daniels, Dubé served as a judicial

aviation, employment, product liability,

the Southern District of Texas. Smith

In July, Anna K. Obergfell, JD’09, associ-

Office of Competition and Consumer

clerk for the Honorable Jane Magnus-

subrogation and fire-related casualties,

previously worked as a deputy

ate counsel at Wishard Health Services in

Protection” was recently published in the

Stinson in the U.S. District Court for the

trucking, litigation, trademark

prosecuting attorney in the Monroe

Indianapolis since fall 2009, was featured

Global Antitrust Review 2010.

Southern District of Indiana and

infringement, and insurance defense.

County (Ind.) prosecutor’s office.

in the Indiana Lawyer for her involvement


completed internships with the Indiana



with the state’s first medical-legal

Pamela Tibihikirra-Kalyegira, SJD’09,

Finance Authority, National Collegiate

Michael F. Donnelly, JD’07, a self-

Haroon Anwar, JD’09, joined Baker &

partnership. Director of Wishard’s

dean and faculty of law member at

Athletic Association, and American Civil

employed attorney in Syracuse, New York,

Daniels LLP as an associate in the firm’s

medical-legal partnership, Obergfell

Uganda Christian University in Mukono,

Liberties Union of Indiana.

ran as the Green Party candidate in the

Indianapolis office. As a second-year law

currently oversees the partnership’s work

Uganda, was appointed by the attorney


New York State Assembly’s 119th District

student, Anwar, who focuses his practice

at Pecar Health Center.

general and minister of justice to serve on

Brandon C. Elkins-Barkley, JD’10, recently

in November.

in product liability, was one of the first two


the Law Development Centre

passed the Colorado bar exam and is


recipients of the Baker & Daniels diversity

Rebecca L. Riall, JD’09, received the John

Management Committee in recognition

serving as a volunteer clerk for Judge

Kristen H. Fowler, JD’07, recently

scholarship and then was a summer

H. Edwards Fellowship from the Indiana

of her doctoral work.

Richard Caschette, Colorado 18th Judicial

finished a two-year clerkship in the

associate at the firm the next year.

University College of Arts and Sciences


District. He is also attending the Universi-

Indiana Supreme Court for the


for 2010-2011. The fellowship recognizes

Omar Badawi, JD’10, joined Baker &

ty of Denver’s GradTax LLM Program with

Honorable Theodore R. Boehm and

In July, Abhishek “Jay” Chaudhary, JD’09,

“superior scholastic ability and intellectual

Daniels LLP as an associate in the firm’s

an expected completion date of July 2011.

began clerking for Magistrate Judge

an attorney at Indiana Legal Services, was

capacity, and good citizenship and char-

Indianapolis office. Badawi, who practices


Tim Baker of the U.S. District Court for

featured in the Indiana Lawyer for his

acter, including attitude toward Indiana

in labor and employment law, was one of

Jessica L. Van Dalen, JD’10, joined Baker

the Southern District of Indiana.

involvement with the state’s first medical-

University and community service as

two recipients of the Baker & Daniels

& Daniels LLP as an associate in the firm’s


legal partnership. In his most recent case

demonstrated by actual service.” Riall is

diversity scholarship in 2008 and served

Indianapolis office. During law school, she

Evan M. Moll, JD’07, joined Ropes & Gray

at Midtown Community Mental Health

using the fellowship to conduct fieldwork

as a summer associate at the firm in 2009.

was a summer associate at Baker & Daniels

LLP in Chicago as an associate in the

Center, Chaudhary served as a liaison

studying the legal and social circumstanc-


in 2009. Van Dalen will be a member of the


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action litigation, including consumer

northern Indiana and the Chicago area for more than 50 years.

Lawyers Association, Indiana State Bar Association, and Terre

He founded the Law Offices of Saul I. Ruman and Associates in

Haute Bar Association. He was also a 60-year member of United

Hammond, Ind., which was one of the area’s most prominent

Methodist Temple of Terre Haute, where he was a Sunday

law firms. In the legal community, Ruman was known for

school teacher, and served on the official board for many years.

his generosity and his concern for the less fortunate. He held

He graduated from Wabash Valley Bible Institute with honors

a personal interest in litigation involving unique issues,

and did religious studies in Israel. He was commissioned as a

individual rights, public controversies, and appellate work.

Sagamore of the Wabash by Indiana Gov. Joseph E. Kernan, the

With three daughters of his own, he championed women’s

highest honor a governor can bestow upon a citizen who has

rights. He recognized that while the Civil Rights Act of 1964

John J. Thomas, LLB’48, of Brazil, Ind., passed away on July 22,

to promote diversity and/or equality in the ISBA’s membership.

rendered distinguished service. He also was commissioned

was intended to end racial discrimination, the Act could also

2010. Upon obtaining his law degree in 1948, Thomas served

A former ISBA president, Emison wrote more than 50 columns

by Kentucky Gov. Paul E. Patton to the Honorable Order of

be used to support equal opportunities for women. His efforts,

two terms as the prosecuting attorney of Clay County. He later

for Res Gestae, the ISBA’s members’ magazine. He is survived

Kentucky Colonels. In 2004, he was awarded the Medal of

along with the work of other men and women, tremendously

served as the president of the Indiana Prosecuting Attorney’s

by his wife of 57 years, Kathleen, and his daughters Susan

Valor by the American Legion in honor of his wartime service.

energized the women’s rights movement of the 1970s. He filed

Council from 1955-1956 and as president of the Clay County Bar

Emison of Louisville and Anne Emison Wishard (Gordon) of

He also served as state president of the Indiana Society of Sons

one of the first Title IX lawsuits in the early 1970s, and men-

Association from 1988-1990. In 1965, he embarked on a world


of the American Revolution, national trustee of the National

tored many female athletes, attorneys and professionals in their

Society of Sons of the American Revolution, president of

pursuit of equality. Ruman served on the Indiana Supreme

the Terre Haute Jaycees, president of the Terre Haute Noon

Court Committee on Rules of Practice and Procedure for over

An avid traveler, Thomas visited 6 continents and nearly 50


Optimist Club, president of the Terre Haute Exchange Club,

a decade, on the Indiana Judicial Nominating Commission,

term of his 24-year service as a state representative. Throughout

Raymond W. Gray Jr., LLB’51, passed away on July 19, 2010 in

president of the West Vigo Athletic Boosters Club, president

and on the Indiana State Board of Law Examiners Committee

his lifetime, he actively participated in numerous community

Nashville, Ind. Born in Evansville, Ind., Gray served in the U.S.

of the John Martin Chapter of the Sons of the American

on Character and Fitness. He was a past president of the

leadership roles which included serving as president of the

Army from January 1943 to September 1946, including in New

Revolution, and president of the South Camp of Gideons.

Indiana Trial Lawyers Association and a member of the

Wabash Valley Council; holding local, state and national

Guinea. He was a graduate of Evansville College (now Univer-

One of his proudest achievements was the renovation and

College of Fellows section, a member, director, and fellow

offices in Boy Scouts; presiding over the National Association

sity of Evansville) and of the Indiana University Maurer School

preservation of Memorial Hall, one of Terre Haute’s oldest

of the International Academy of Trial Lawyers, and a member

of United Methodist Scouters’ (NAUMS); serving on the

of Law. He served as a law clerk for Justice Sherman Minton

links to its early history.

of the American Board of Trial Advocates. He was past

advisory board of Vincennes University; joining the Brazil

in the U.S. Supreme Court from 1951-1952. He was a litigation

Rotary Club in 1948, where he maintained perfect attendance

attorney with Barnes, Hickam, Pantzer & Boyd (now Barnes &

until becoming ill in 2008; serving as a trustee of the University

Thornburg) in Indianapolis. He and his wife became residents

of Indianapolis and as a legislative advisor to U.S. Trade

of Nashville in 1975, where he practiced law from 1978-2003,

Gene R. Johnson, LLB’52, of Swayzee, Ind., passed away

Campus, and a guest lecturer there. He received the Lifetime

Representative Carla Hills; and being a member of the Masons,

when he retired. Gray attended the Nashville United Methodist

on May 3, 2010. Johnson began his law practice in 1952 and

Achievement Award from the Indiana Trial Lawyers

Brazil Junior Chamber of Commerce, Brazil Elks, Clay County

Church. He loved gardening, fishing, traveling, and was an avid

continued practicing until his death. He was a member of the

Association in 1997. He was frequently named to Best Lawyers

United Way, and YMCA Board of Directors. He was also a

reader. Gray is survived by his wife, Leona L. (Batteiger) Gray

Swayzee Masonic Lodge for 56 years and a past Worshipful

in America. Ruman was of counsel to the firm of Rubino,

member of the Clay County and Indiana State Bar Associations,

of Nashville. They would have celebrated their 67th wedding

Master. He was also a member of the Marion Elks for 53 years,

Ruman, Crosmer, Smith, Sersic & Polen until his death. Ruman

Indiana Trial Lawyers Association, and Indiana Defense

anniversary in September. He is also survived by a son, Jim

the Aero Club, the Swayzee Lions Club, and the Meshingome-

is survived by his loving wife of 59 years, Beverlee Mahan

Lawyers Association. Additionally, Thomas received

(Lee) Gray of Vancouver, Wash.; a daughter, Heather (Steve)

sia Country Club. He served on the Marion General Hospital

Ruman; their three daughters of Dallas: Loree Ruman Conrad,

numerous legislative honors, including Service Award for

Mollo, JD’83, of Nashville; two grandsons, Justin (Jenna) and

Board, Community Foundation of Grant County Board of

and her husband, H. Wayne; Melissa Ruman Stewart, and her

the Handicapped, Service to Older Americans and Older

Evan Mollo; and two great-granddaughters.

Directors, and was chairman of the Grant County State Bank

husband, Paul; Elizabeth Ruman Plumlee, and her husband,

Board for 51 years. For 30 years, Johnson was the attorney for

Daniel; and eight grandchildren: H. Wayne Conrad, Jr., Rachel

the Grant County Council. He also served as the attorney for

Christine Conrad, Nathaniel James Conrad, Brenton Ruman

the town of Swayzee, Ind., and for Oak Hill School.

Stewart, Margaret Mahan Stewart, Daniel Livingston Plumlee,

countries in his lifetime. In 1966, he was elected for the first

Hoosiers Award, several State Legislator of the Year awards, and a National Legislator of the Year Award. +


president of the Indiana University Maurer School of Law +

on the Board of Advisors for the Indiana University Northwest

Jr., Katherine Mahan Plumlee and David Ruman Plumlee.

John A. Kesler, JD’51, passed away on July 19, 2010 in Terre Haute, Ind. A Terre Haute attorney for more than 59 years,

Alumni Board and a member of the Board of Visitors. He was


He is also survived by his sister, Ilene Ruman Sherman of Denver, Colorado, her two daughters, her grandchildren, and many

Ewing Rabb Emison Jr., LLB’50, died September 1, 2010, at 85.

Kesler was admitted to the state bars in both Indiana and

He spent his entire career with the firm now known as Emison,

Illinois in 1951. He was elected to and served in the Indiana

Saul I. Ruman, JD’52, passed away on August 16, 2010 in Dallas,

Doolittle, Kolb & Roellgen in Vincennes, Ind. He was known

Legislature, House of Representatives from 1969 to 1973, during

Tex. Born May 12, 1925, in Chicago, Ruman attended Horace

for his work in promoting opportunities for minorities in the

which time he was co-sponsor of the bill that took the Terre

Mann High School in Gary, Ind., and enlisted in the United

profession and received the American Bar Association’s

Haute Police Department out of politics and put it on a merit

States Navy in 1942. He served during World War II on the USS

Commission on Racial and Ethnic Diversity in the Profession

system. He also served as probate commissioner of the Vigo

Hayter, a destroyer escort, in the North Atlantic. After being

Bernard “Barney” Wintner, JD’55, of Evansville, passed away

Spirit of Excellence Award in 2003. The Indiana State Bar

Circuit Court, and as Vigo County chief deputy prosecutor.

honorably discharged in November 1945, Ruman attended

Saturday, Oct. 2, 2010, at St. Mary’s Medical Center. He was

Association established an award named for him to recognize

A U.S. Army veteran of World War II with the rank of staff

Indiana University Maurer School of Law and was a member

born on Jan. 15, 1919, in New York. In 1940, Wintner started law

individuals or organizations that demonstrate a commitment

sergeant, Kesler was awarded four Bronze Stars. He was a

of the Order of the Coif. After graduation, Ruman practiced in

school in Bloomington. He then enlisted in the Army Air Corps

family members in the Chicago area and on the East coast. +

71 +

tour with his family which included more than 30 countries.

70 + ergo + 2009-2010 dean’s report

member of the American Bar Association, American Trial

(now the United States Air Force) in 1941, where he served in

practice and becoming a deputy prosecuting attorney under

Wisconsin Supreme Court Clerk of Court David R. Schanker,

Cuba, Germany, and Japan. Wintner continued his military

Walter E. Helmke. He served three terms as Allen County’s

JD’93, passed away on July 5, 2010 from complications follow-

career in the U.S. Air Force Reserves as the commanding

prosecuting attorney from 1971 to 1982, earning a well-deserved

ing a heart transplant. Schanker was hired in 2007 and, during

officer. Returning to law school in 1952, he graduated and

reputation as a brilliant trial attorney. He was the first full-time

his tenure, championed the use of technology throughout the

began a private law practice in Evansville in 1955. Wintner

elected prosecutor in Allen County. During his tenure, he was

court system to include aspects such as online court records

then practiced law with Newman, Trockman, Lloyd, Flynn and

a member of and elected president of the Indiana Prosecuting

and electronic filing of briefs. He spent four years in private

Rhienlander until his retirement in 2004 at the age of 85.

Attorneys Council. After retiring from public office, he was an

practice before becoming deputy clerk of the Indiana Supreme

associate with the firm of M.P. Smith & Associates until 1986.

Court, Court of Appeals, and Tax Court for seven years.

He then went on to serve as a public defender in juvenile court

In 2009, Schanker served as a prestigious Toll Fellow, a

and as a senior judge in Allen Superior Court juvenile division.

program that recognizes emerging state leaders from across

Marvin E. Silverman, LLB’58, 75, of Munster, Ind., passed

He believed deeply in serving the community in which he had

the nation. Beyond his work in the legal profession, the New

away on Sunday, Oct. 3, 2010. Silverman graduated from East

grown up and to which he returned.

Jersey native also enjoyed success as a playwright and novelist.

Chicago Washington High School, attended UCLA, and then graduated from law school in 1958. He practiced law from

Prior to becoming a lawyer, Schanker earned an MFA from +

1964-2000. After retiring from law, he went on to teach at Brown

the off-Broadway theatre company ReCherChez for two years.

Mackie College, where he was a professor and was the

The Honorable Mark A. McIntosh, JD’64, former Huntington

He authored several short stories and two legal-themed novels:

department chair for paralegal and legal studies. Silverman

Circuit Court judge in Huntington, Ind., passed away on

A Criminal Appeal (St. Martin’s Minotaur, 1998) and Natural

was a past president of B’nai B’rith and the East Chicago Bar

Saturday, Feb. 20, 2010. Born Aug. 31, 1933, in Glasgow, Ky.,

Law (St. Martin’s Minotaur, 2001). More recently, he wrote

Association. He was also an avid Bears, White Sox, and

he was the son of the late George M. and Opal B. (Putnam)

Kiritsis, a play performed by the Forward Theatre Company

Indiana University sports fan.

McIntosh. He graduated from Hoagland High School, Madison

in Madison, Wis. He is survived by his wife, Suzanne Buchko

Township, Ind., in 1951 and was an undergraduate of Michigan

of Madison, Wis.; daughter Inez Cheshire Buchko Schanker

State University. He then went on to earn his law degree from

of Brooklyn, New York; daughter Julia Xhikuang Buchko

Indiana University in 1964. On Nov. 5, 1972, he married Andrea

Schanker of Madison, Wis.; sister Beth Hume of Boston, Mass.;

Robert L. Golliver, LLB’60, passed away on Feb. 20, 2010.

Brebaugh in Roanoke; she survives. He retired in 2007, after 22

and parents Robert and Claire Schanker of Union, New Jersey.

Born in Silver Lake, Ind. and raised in Muncie, Golliver

years as circuit court judge in Huntington. Before becoming

graduated from Burris High School in 1953. He attended both

judge, he had a private law practice. After graduating from law

Purdue University and Indiana University Maurer School of

school, he began his career with Lawrence Carlson, Attorney

Law, receiving a degree in engineering law in 1960. His first

at Law. He taught social studies and coached J.V. basketball at

On April 16, 2010, Blake C. Thomas, JD’09, passed away after a

position was with Stone and Webster in New York City. In 1965,

Kendallville High School after graduating from Michigan State

short illness. Randy Riggs, JD’77, senior partner at Frost Brown

he was hired by Washington Natural Gas Company in Seattle,

University. He grew up in the Methodist church, was a member

Todd, where he worked with Blake, prepared the following

where he became president and COO. Golliver retired in 1994.

of the Sigma Chi fraternity, Rotary Club 300, Indiana Bar

tribute: “Blake’s career as a practicing lawyer with Frost Brown

After residing in Easton, Wash., at Lake Kachess for a number

Association, Huntington County Bar Association, and Indiana

Todd in Indianapolis was just beginning, but it was already

of years, he moved to Tucson, Ariz., with his wife, Joy, to whom

Judges Association. He loved the Carolina coast, Top Sail

obvious that his future would bring great accomplishment.

he was married for 54 years. He is survived by his wife, three

Island, and was a true boater. He also loved playing golf, tennis,

Blake was of high character and exhibited infinite hope,

children and five grandchildren.

basketball, racquetball, skiing, camping, and Nick’s Kitchen

promise, wisdom and grace. He lived each day with a determi-

with his sidebar friends.

nation to be the best person he could be, and in the process,



he invited us to do the same. Put simply -- he was inspiring.

+ + Arnold H. Duemling, Jr., LLB’62, of Fort Wayne, Ind., passed

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Columbia University and worked as playwright-in-residence at

Law school and a legal career were intellectual challenges, which would provide plenty of room for growth and increased

away on Feb. 11, 2010. Born in 1936, he was the son of Hertha

Brett R. Fleitz, JD’90, of Carmel, Ind. passed away on Oct. 17,

enjoyment in his daily life. He did not shy away from such

(Stein) Duemling and Dr. Arnold H. Duemling. His grandfather,

2010. He was born Jan. 15, 1965, in Lafayette, Ind., the son of Ray

challenges, nor was he one-dimensional. Blake was bright,

Dr. Herman A. Duemling, was a founder of Lutheran Hospital

and Nancy (Sherman) Fleitz. He was a member of Delta Upsi-

thoughtful, deliberate and fun. He most certainly was fun.

and the Duemling Clinic, in Fort Wayne, Ind. After graduating

lon fraternity and active in the Carmel Dad’s Club. He enjoyed

Whatever he did, he did full measure: Scavenger hunter,

from North Side High School in 1955, he attended his first year

the outdoors, hunting, camping, playing golf, traveling, and

pie-eating contest winner, karaoke singer, salsa dancer. He

of law school at Georgetown University, returning to Indiana

utilizing his fluency in German, but most importantly he loved

enjoyed life, and we enjoyed him. He will be missed by his

University to complete his law degree in 1962. Upon gradua-

spending time with his boys. He is survived by his parents;

family, friends and colleagues, for we have all lost someone

tion, he became the first law clerk to The Honorable Jesse E.

wife, Carol Fleitz; two sons, Kirby and Jack; and a brother, Dr.

very special. We will never forget his brilliant smile or his

Eschbach, JD’49, the first sitting federal judge in the newly cre-

Derek (Kim) Fleitz. Online condolences or to view Brett’s video

easy, infectious laugh. Blake Thomas is survived by his wife,

ated Federal District Court. Duemling went on to practice law

tribute may be done by visiting

Jennifer, and his children, Blair, Blake, Jr., and Nicholas

with Barrett, Barrett & McNagny before going into private

Alexander, who was born on April 23, 2010.” +

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Chicago alumni reception

Laura Rochet, JD’08, and Dennis Mondero, JD’93 Michael Elam, JD’80, and Mark Anderson, JD’99

Seventy-five alumni and friends gathered at Chicago’s Union League Club on Hon. David Hamilton and Daniel Zeft, JD’93

September 23. Dean Robel welcomed guests and provided an update on the

Kevin O’Neill, JD/MBA’10, Kimberly Verest, JD’10, and Rachel Clark, JD’07

incoming Class of 2013 and other news from Bloomington. Angela Neboyskey, JD'00, Indiana Law Society of Chicago steering committee member and current Alumni Board president, gave a society graduates to join the society’s Facebook


page, Indiana University Law Society

This fall, Indiana Law welcomed the

of Chicago.

Classes of 1960, 1980, 1985, and 2000 for

Special thanks goes to Jim Richmond, JD’69, for hosting the reception.

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Dean Lauren Robel, Andrew Fitzgerald, JD’09, and David White, JD’95

reunion celebrations. To see photos, visit our website,, and click on “Alumni.” You’ll find links to the reunions under the “Class Reunions” section of the page.

Members of the Class of 1960 gathered in Bloomington on October 9, 2010.

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