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From the dean


Five-year review


A new look for new beginnings


Stewart Fellows program expanded


New book recounts law school history


Supporting the small-town judiciary


Academy inducts four alumni


Alumni summit planned for fall 2019


New board of visitors members elected


Austen L. Parrish Dean and James H. Rudy Professor of Law

Stout professorship first of its kind


Donna M. Nagy Executive Associate Dean and C. Ben Dutton Professor of Law

Buxbaum elected to Hague Academy governing council


Faculty chairs endowed


Programs, colloquium honor Professor Bradley


A fresh start


Making education affordable


Let’s do lunch


Maarten Bout Director of Development, Major Gifts

Receptions and reunions


Susan Yoon, ’96 Director of Development, Major Gifts

Class of 2019 pledges $17,000 for Fund for Excellence


Commemorate your commitment


The annual giving report


– Partners in Excellence


– Giving by class


– Friends, faculty, staff, and students


– Corporations, foundations, and firms


– Endowed and special gifts


– Top giving by classes and firms


– Volunteers


– Kimberling Society


– Class notes


– In memoriam


– Ways to give


Andrea C. Havill Assistant Dean for External Affairs and Alumni Relations Kenneth L. Turchi, ’83 Assistant Dean for Communications and Administration Lisa Hosey Executive Director of Development

Stephanie Coffey Director of Annual Giving

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engagement: It begins early in a student’s undergraduate years

Four years ago, our faculty approved a Five-Year Strategic

Plan for the IU Maurer School of Law. Both ambitious and

with introductory courses in a variety of settings.

innovative, the Plan set forth new directions for the school in

eight key areas. As we move into the final year of the Plan and

qualified, motivated members of the class of 2022. It remains

head toward the university’s Bicentennial in 2020, now is a

very much a buyer’s market for law school admissions, but we are

good time to take stock of our achievements and share them

committed to maintain our academic standards, even if doing so

with you in this issue of ergo.

results in smaller classes. We are encouraged by strong turnouts

at both of our Admitted Student Day events this winter. We are

We also celebrate in this issue the generosity of the more

Our admissions staff is hard at work, attracting highly

than 2,000 alumni and friends who made 2018 an outstanding

also encouraged by our energized and re-staffed Career Services

year. We received $2.6 million in total contributions, including

Office, led by Assistant Dean Anne McFadden, a longtime

$1.1 million in gifts to our annual fund, the Fund for Excellence.

attorney from the Department of Justice, and three new directors,

In addition, we received $3.3 million in planned gifts and pledges

with substantial experience in professional development and

in 2018. Your support is moving us steadily toward our $60 mil-

employer relations.

lion goal as part of Indiana University’s $2.5 billion Bicentennial

Campaign. We have raised just over $50 million in gifts and

school’s administration. Prof. Donna M. Nagy, who has served

pledges. Nearly $1.3 million of that total is from faculty and staff.

so ably as executive associate dean since 2013, will be stepping

The spring semester has been unusually busy here in

down from that position at the end of July. After a well-deserved

Bloomington. As you’ve learned in our online issues of ergo this

sabbatical, she will return to full-time teaching. Associate Dean

spring, our students took home top honors in several appellate

for Research and Faculty Affairs Christiana Ochoa will become

and drafting competitions across the country. Our faculty

executive associate dean on August 1. Succeeding her will be

published new monographs and casebooks and were appointed

Prof. Deborah Widiss. Prof. Aviva Orenstein is relinquishing her

to prestigious governing boards. And at our commencement

duties as associate dean for academic affairs to Prof. Ryan Scott

ceremony on May 4, we recognized 175 outstanding graduates

as of August 1 and will remain associate dean for student affairs.

who heard inspiring remarks from their fellow students, from

These outstanding colleagues will be crucial to the school’s

Prof. and IU Vice President Hannah Buxbaum, and from Indiana

success in the coming year.

Supreme Court Justice Geoffrey G. Slaughter, ’89.

in several cities around the world, including Bangkok, Cincinnati,

We are continuing to enjoy success with the joint MS

The closing of the academic year also brings changes in the

Over the past few months, I have enjoyed my alumni visits

degree in cybersecurity that we launched in 2017 with the Kelley

Clearwater, Denver, Hong Kong, Indianapolis, Miami, and Salt

School of Business and the School of Informatics, Computing,

Lake City. Your insights and suggestions about the school are

and Engineering. This year, five joint-degree students graduated

always welcome and appreciated, and your willingness to support

from the program, the largest in any of our joint degree programs.

our students, faculty, and programs is inspiring.

In an effort to generate interest in the law among undergraduate Sincerely,

students, our faculty now teach courses in a variety of programs across the IU campus, including the O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs, the Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies, the Hutton Honors College, the School

Austen L. Parrish

of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering, the College of Arts

Dean and James H. Rudy Professor of Law

and Sciences, and the Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture, and Design. These partnerships with IU’s other schools underscore that the law school experience is more than a three-year



5 81 YEARS




In May 2015 the faculty approved the IU Maurer School of Law 2015–2020 Strategic Plan. The plan incorporates feedback

and businesses / Hosted ICLEO and Summer Work Experience in Law programs / Alumni mentorship program created and

and input from several groups of stakeholders, including faculty, staff, students, and alumni.

refined / Young Alumni Steering Committee established / New professionalism program for graduate students established, including faculty preparation / Leadership of Offices of Student Affairs, Career Services, Admissions replaced

The plan is divided into eight strategies:

A. Bolster student engagement and success


B. Strengthen our academic program

Nonprofit Legal Clinic established; Disability Clinic added veteran’s rights components and merged with Community Legal

C. Embrace global engagement

Clinic / Wintersession and fall Intersessions launched / New Legal Profession I course introduced; three-track approach

D. Broaden the reach of legal education

to Legal Profession II established / Number of simulation and drafting courses increased / New SJD curriculum intro-

E. Employ reseach center driven growth

duced, including three required courses: Dissertation Fundamentals, Advanced Legal Research, Academic Legal Writing /

F. Deepen our campus collaborations

Annual transaction drafting competition introduced / Nine faculty members hired; five faculty tenured or promoted /

G. Build our community

Five faculty chairs and professorships established (Burns, Scolnik, Smith, Stewart, Stout) — page 26 / Faculty awards

H. Diversify and strengthen outside funding

initiative launched / Open classrooms program started / Fellowships at Princeton and Stanford (Lovelace, Eaglin,

Taken together, these eight strategies move us toward delivery of the school’s mission: “to make a transformative contribu-

Quintanilla), two Fulbright leaves supported (Lederman, Widiss) / Library research support expanded / Geyh selected for

tion to the lives of our students and to serve society more broadly. We meet these goals through advancing understanding of the

Carnegie Fellowship / Janis and Lederman inducted to American Law Institute / From 2015-2018, faculty published 89

law and legal institutions, fostering deep engagement with our community, and education and providing opportunities for our

law review articles, 23 multidisciplinary journal articles, 12 books, 18 casebooks, 45 book chapters, and 183 other scholarly

students so they may become accomplished, ethical leaders and professionals.”

publications / Bell appointed co-editor of Law and Society Review / Parrish appointed to AccessLex board / Robel appointed to American Bar Foundation board / Faculty visited at Chicago, Duke, Penn, Princeton, Stanford, USC, Virginia / Eaglin

The following pages list the many actions we have taken — both large and small — over the past five years to deliver these strategies. The items listed in boldface are described in feature articles in this issue of ergo.

A. BOLSTER STUDENT ENGAGEMENT AND SUCCESS Professionalism oath and new orientation program introduced / Served as founding school of IFLIP externship program (ergo, Fall 2018) / New York and Washington, DC summer externship programs launched / Expanded judicial clerkship program; director appointed / Grading policy updated and reformed / Dean’s Advisory Committee and Writing Fellows appointed / New student awards introduced: Diversity Award and Most Improved Student / Student fellows appointed in Student Affairs and Career Services / Conservation Law Center Fellowship established / Wellness program launched with Judges and Lawyers Assistance Program / A fund for student emergencies — the Fromm Fund — created / New career support strategies introduced: Career Expo, interview walkarounds in Chicago, New York, Washington, DC, Indianapolis; support of students attending Indiana Small and Solo Practice Conference, and support of student travel / ABA and State Bar Association memberships offered to students / Travel award offered to graduate students; LLM opportunities created

received Outstanding Junior Faculty Award by IUB (first law faculty recognized) / Lederman, S. Williams recognized with IU Sonneborn Award; Ochoa, Fuentes-Rohwer named IU Wells Endowed Professors

C. ENHANCE GLOBAL ENGAGEMENT Aman selected for Madrid Chair of Excellence / Buxbaum elected to Council for Hague Academy of International Law and named vice chair of the American Society of International Law — page 25 / Cate and Fidler appointed to Council on Foreign Relations / Dean’s Global Advisory Board established / Celebrations of Chinese, Korean, and Thai New Years expanded with appropriate festivities at the Law School / Partnerships created with Fulbright UK and Fulbright Hungary (first US law school); one of three schools to establish partnership with Fulbright Ireland / New FUNED scholarship program established for LLM students from Mexico / Eight new international partnerships established / Eight new international joint degree programs launched, offering a joint degree at IU / Receptions held in Bangkok, Beijing, Dublin, Mexico City, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Taipei, and Riyadh, among others / Five new joint degree programs introduced that enable IU students to earn a degree abroad / International recruiting fairs substantially increased for graduate and LLM students

in clinics/pro bono projects / Bar-passage support program introduced through Themis / Lunch and recent-grad support available during bar exam — page 29 / Alumni support extended to bar exam takers: congratulatory notes or outreach / New financial literacy programs created through Access Lex and 1:1 counseling sessions / Debt levels of graduating class reduced each year — the lowest in Indiana — page 29 / Frozen tuition established for all students / Back Home Again scholarship program implemented: in-state tuition for anyone who ever lived in Indiana / Bridge-to-practice and public interest service funding expanded / Need-based approach to second-year scholarships implemented / Direct admit program for high-credential IU Bloomington students revived / Scholarship programs established through Office of Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs for Groups, 21st Century, and Hudson & Holland Scholars / Scholarship support increased

D. BROADEN THE REACH OF LEGAL EDUCATION JD/MS in cybersecurity risk management introduced (with Kelley School of Business and School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering) / Six new LLM specializations introduced / New BA degree offered in global and international studies; BA in law and public policy expanded / MA in law and democracy introduced / Summer online JD courses expanded / Graduate certificate programs established / First students earned PhD in law and democracy / Mediation certification offered / Liberal arts, engineering schools, and women’s colleges partnership programs established / Participated in Hoosier Hoedown, IU Midwest mock trial program for undergraduates

for JD/MBA with Sungkyunkwan University, Seoul / 20 diversity recruiting programs established with a number of firms




Among seven most junior tenure-stream faculty, three are African-American, one is Latino, and two faculty identify as

Intellectual Property Clinic established / Inn of Court for Intellectual Property established through Center for IP Research

LGBT (four are now tenured) / First law school to partner with the Asian Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund,

/ PatentConnect established for Indiana and Kentucky / Two new law journals introduced (Indiana Journal of Constitution-

outreach to the Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Fund / First law school to formally partner with US Army to support vet-

al Design and Indiana Journal of Law and Social Equality) / JD affiliate program launched through Center for Constitutional

erans / Partnerships established with colleges with significant number of students from underrepresented backgrounds

Democracy / Civil justice design fellows appointed at Center for Law, Society & Culture as part of Access to Justice

(e.g., Brooklyn, Rochester) / Two years of more than 50% women in entering classes; gender gap in JD applicant pool closed

service learning projects — page 28 / Scholar-in-residence program created at Center for Law, Society & Culture / Bradley

substantially / Increase in underrepresented minority applications; substantial Pell grant recipients and first-generation

Fellows program and Bradley-Wolter Colloquium created — page 27 / Center for Constitutional Democracy participated

law and college students / For the first time, more women than men in graduating class (2019) / Veteran’s Day recognition

in constitution-making program at International IDEA in the Hague / Jerome Hall Fellows program revamped / Stewart

established / More inclusive speakers invited to school (in Student Affairs and in endowed lectures) / Higher profile of

Fellows program expanded (30 students, 12 countries in 2018) — page 12 / Coordinators hired for three research centers

diverse and first-generation speakers at new student orientation / Brown v. Board of Education at 60 Conference hosted / Banners erected outside Baier Hall honoring trailblazers — page 24 / Justice Juanita Kidd Stout nominated and


selected for bicentennial marker; IU’s first chair named for a woman of color established in her honor — page 22 /

A. Applegate recognized with IU Outstanding Collaborative Research Award / Quintanilla named Bicentennial professor /

LGBT Alumni Board funded Williams Moot Court competition participation / Mentoring programs established with all

Parrish taught in Wells Program / J. Applegate, Buxbaum, Cate, Michelson, Ochoa, Robel named to IU Bloomington lead-

affinity boards and school began participating in LCLD Success in Law School Mentoring Program / Participated annually

ership roles / 3+3 Programs created (Wells Scholars; in the works: SPEA and Political Science) / Undergraduate courses

in Cook County Bar Association’s Minority Job Fair and Lavender Law / Sponsored alumni breakfast at the National Bar

taught at SPEA, SGIS, Hutton, SICE, SOAAD, College of Arts and Sciences, others / Grand Challenges Initiative supported

Association annual meeting / Diversity pipeline and hiring initiatives established with law firms (e.g. Dinsmore) and

and several proposals submitted to Emerging Areas of Research program / Affiliated faculty appointments as a way to

non-profits (e.g., SPLC and Julian Bond Scholars Program) / Annual presentations given for Hudson & Holland program/

expand campus connections

course; participation in Latinos in the Legal Profession Colloquium (ND Ill); leadership role related to diversity and the bar exam (before ABA House of Delegates) / Black Law Students Association named Chapter of the Year for the Midwest


Region for three of the last five years / Several of our students selected for ABA Diversity Clerkship program / Graduate

Rural Justice Initiative launched — page 15 / Relationship with Conservation Law Center deepened through Scolnik

Colloquium program started (student-run meetings for SJD and Thesis students) / Expanded recognition for graduate

Chair / Tenant Assistance Program revived / Expungement Desk started with Indiana Legal Services / Free will-prepara-

students launched (e.g., graduation speaker, best dissertation award)

tion service launched with IU Office of General Counsel / Federal habeas project started / Protective Order Project offered for academic credit / Access to Justice service learning project started, funding expanded through Steve and Ursula Post’s


gift / Staff participated in Bloomington Adopt-a-Road Project / Staff merit awards revamped; Student Bar Association

Capital Campaign launched (2015) / Gateway at Third and Indiana completed (funded by Lowell E. Baier) / Baier Hall

Staff Appreciation Award introduced / Informal coffees with Dean Parrish, staff members established / Staff and student

named / Stewart Center on the Global Legal Profession named / Number of grants applied for and received increased /

spotlights created on social media / Students’ satisfaction with staff service levels increased substantially on LSSSE sur-

Henderson House opened (expanded facilities at Third and Henderson) / Two classrooms fully updated with online/dis-

vey / Staff orientation and onboarding procedures revised and implemented / Faculty/staff picnic and all-staff meeting

tance education equipment / New wood floors and carpets installed in Baier Hall; new furniture for first floor lobby; first

introduced / University engagement survey registered Law School among highest levels of employee satisfaction /

floor classrooms and hallways repainted; new lectern installed in Moot Court Room / New ALAF display and digital screen

Commencement ceremony enhanced with graduate student speaker, student-selected faculty speaker, student

installed / Dean’s Fund/Capital Projects created / New named scholarships created: Flannery, Harrold, Hunt, Kassing,

singer, family recognition, and 3L pledge campaign announcement — page 10 / New student organizations established

Kimberling, Lofton, Miller, Najam, Wojciechowski / Annual Class Pledge Campaign reestablished, participation records

in cybersecurity, animal defense law / Law library introduced Welcome Week / Baier Hall Presents: Students from Jacobs

broken (now over 80%) — page 34 / Faculty and staff participation in capital campaign increased, with over $1.75 million

School of Music performed in lobby during noon hour / Pro bono students recognized with awards luncheon and in gradu-

in gifts and pledges / Brick campaign launched for Partners in Excellence — page 36

ation program booklet / Faculty workshops and speaker series revamped / New members appointed to Board of Visitors — page 20 / Affinity Board and Alumni Board structure revamped / Alumni milestone recognition initiative implemented; ALAF program continues — page 16 / Alumni receptions expanded to 20-30 per year / Law School history book written by Fariss and Buckley (for Bicentennial) — page 14 / Graduates attended US Supreme Court swearing-in ceremony for the first time / Alumni Summit planned for IU Bicentennial — page 19 / Young Alumni Distinguished Service Award established / Assistant Director of Admissions and Diversity Initiatives appointed / New diversity fellow in Office of Student Affairs named / Faculty Diversity and Inclusion Committee appointed; diversity hiring policy adopted /




Unless you have graduated recently — or have been a friend or relative

of someone who has — chances are you haven’t attended the Law School’s annual commencement ceremony in the IU Auditorium. If that’s the case, then you’ve missed several changes to the ceremony, which enhance its meaning without detracting from its significance. For instance, the third-year class has held a pledge drive for the past 15 years. In 2019 the class raised over $17,000 for the school’s Fund for Excellence, with an 81% participation rate.

In addition, the tradition of a student-selected faculty speaker has

been revived (this year IU Vice President and Prof. Hannah Buxbaum was chosen). A graduate student speaker (Juan Pazos) has been added to the ceremony as a complement to the JD candidate speaker (Alex Devilliers). The students also chose one of their fellow graduates (Elizabeth Brown) to lead the assembly in singing the “Alma Mater.” (As usual, a guest speaker was in attendance; this year, Hon. Geoffrey G. Slaughter, ’89, of the Indiana Supreme Court, honored us with his remarks.) Finally, parents and other close family relatives who are alumni of Indiana Law are invited to join their graduating family member on stage for the ceremonial placing of their hood.










Center for Constitutional Democracy. This fall, he will move to

Fellows set forth from Bloomington for a summer of hands-

India to teach at the Jindal Global Law School, another Indiana

on experiences throughout the world. Since then, nearly 200

Law partner school, while he writes his dissertation.

students have benefited from the program, which offers

externships in law firms, corporations, and nongovernment

School’s faculty, staff, and alumni: “I have to thank Dean

organizations in a dozen countries.

Austen Parrish and Dean Lesley E. Davis for their tireless work

But the Stewart Fellows program does much more than

and unwavering commitment to making Indiana University

provide a worthwhile summer experience. It prepares Indiana

a truly international university; Ms. Lara Gose for her steady

Law students for their professional careers by introducing them

hand in making the Milton Stewart Fellowship Program a true

to the limitless range of options that a legal education provides.

success; Mr. Milton and Judi Stewart, without whom the


Ten years have passed since the inaugural class of Stewart

For example, Amanda Stephens, ’14, spent the summer of

program would not be possible; Prof. Mark Need, who handles

2012 at a women’s rights organization in Hyderabad, Andhra

the JD/MBA program in partnership with Sungkyunkwan

Pradesh, India (now the Indian State of Telangana). “My Stewart

University; Dr. S.P. Sahni from Jindal Global University, and Dr.

Fellowship experience helped prepare me for the practice of

Sreejith S.G., vice dean of Jindal Global Law School, for offering

law by teaching me how to interact with diverse personalities

me this opportunity; and all of the Law School’s partners at

and populations and how to anticipate uncertainty,” she said.

home and abroad who, in some way or other, have contributed to

“Every client (and judge!) has a different perspective and back-

my professional and scholarly growth. To all of you, thank you.”

ground, and navigating their legal situations requires a degree

of patience, flexibility, and allowance for unpredictability.

as a lecturer at a public law school in Ghana. Working under

The Stewart Fellowship taught me how to master these skills.

the supervision of Jayanth Krishnan, Milt and Judi Stewart

And living in a vastly different cultural climate such as India’s

Professor of Law and director of the Stewart Center on the

taught me to be more patient, more kind, and a better listener.”

Global Legal Profession, he is conducting a scoping study of

opportunities of engagement in Ghana. He is exploring the legal

Stephens added that the fellowship helped her secure a

Rowland Atta-Kesson, SJD ’19, is on leave from his position

Fulbright-Nehru Student Research Award, which enabled her

education sector by compiling lists and demographics of law

to conduct her doctoral research on women’s rights, NGOs, and

schools in the country and their internship opportunities.

volunteers in Jaipur, Rajasthan, India. She is currently working

The study will explore foreign lawyers’ re-qualification require-

as a full-time associate attorney at Ferguson Law in Blooming-

ments for law practice in all the 54 African countries, and

ton while drafting her dissertation for a PhD in gender studies

governance isssues in Ghana, with a particular focus on corrup-

at IU. “My work will contribute to gender studies students and

tion and gender concerns. “The school has an incredible array

women-and-politics literatures through its exploration of how

of resources,” Atta-Kesson said. “Needless to say, this is a fami-

female elites leverage Jaipur’s political culture to achieve their

ly-friendly and collegial atmosphere, and I just could not have

social justice goals,” she explained.

made a better choice.”

Joel Bonilla Blondet is taking advantage of Indiana Law’s

There are as many Stewart Fellows experiences as there

global programs in five countries. He spent the summer of 2014

are Stewart Fellows, and each is unique. The three stories

in Brazil at Votorantim, a diversified multinational corporation

shared here are just a sampling of the paths the program has

based in São Paulo. Then he earned an MBA from the Maurer

offered to Indiana Law’s students.

School of Law — Sungkyunkwan University JD/MBA program

in Seoul and spent a semester in Hong Kong on an exchange

Milton, ’71, and Judi Stewart. It is an initiative of the Milt and

program with the University of Hong Kong. Upon returning to

Judi Stewart Center on the Global Legal Profession.

Bloomington in 2016, he completed his JD course work and continued in the PhD in Law and Democracy program at the


Bonilla said he owes his success to many of the Law


The Stewart Fellows program is endowed by a gift from



Just in time for Indiana University’s Bicentennial, a handsome

new book about the history of the IU Maurer School of Law is scheduled LINDA FARISS

for publication this fall.

summer with judges in five smaller towns throughout the state. The goal HON. LORETTA H. RUSH

Indiana University Maurer School of Law: The First 175 Years tells the

court judges with research, drafting motions and opinions, and learning

sustained the Law School from its modest beginnings to its present-day

about courtroom practice and procedure. The Law School is providing a

role as a leading nationally recognized law school. Its authors, Linda

$4,000 stipend to cover each student’s travel and living costs.

Fariss and Keith Buckley, the director emerita and director, respectively,

of Indiana Law’s Jerome Hall Law Library, have painted a fascinating

The program is the brainchild of Indiana Chief Justice Loretta H.

Rush, ’83, and Judge Edward W. Najam, Jr. of the Indiana Court of Appeals.

picture of the school’s growth and development complemented with historical photos and engaging sidebars.

of this program — the Rural Justice Initiative — is to expose students to different facets of rural and smaller-city practice while they assist trial

fascinating story of the individuals who built, strengthened, and


First-year students committed to public service are working this

It is part of Supporting Rural Justice, a Law School initiative that seeks HON. EDWARD W. NAJAM, JR.

to improve access to the courts, expand legal services, and expose law school students to rural practice and smaller legal communities. Judges in nineteen counties expressed interest in the program, so it is expected to continue on a much larger scale if the pilot proves successful.

Students selected for this year’s program and the judges they are

working with are below (from left) — Kaitlin Willbanks (Hon. Robert Mrzlack, White County), Molly Madden (Hon. Matthew Headley, Putnam AVIVA ORENSTEIN

County), Bryan Hudson (Hon. Larry Medlock and Hon. Frank Newkirk, ’81, Washington County), John Pope (Hon. Lakshmi Reddy, Vigo County),

The book will be available from the Indiana University Press just

in time for holiday giving.

and Samantha Feistritzer (Hon. Steven Owen, Orange County). Associate Dean of Students Aviva Orenstein provided an introductory boot camp before the students began their internships.




academy inducts four alumni


Philip C. Genetos, ’77, partner at Ice Miller in Indianapolis, which he joined shortly after graduation. He is one of the country’s leading public-finance lawyers, having served as bond counsel on housing, airports, industrial, municipal utilities, ports, and cultural facilities. An active community leader, Genetos has chaired the boards of the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, the Orchard School, the Park Tudor School, and Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, among others. He is a longtime firm solicitor for the Law School and a former member of Indiana Law’s alumni board.

Zaldwaynaka L. “Z” Scott, ’83, president of Chicago State University. Before her appointment last year, she spent more than 16 years as an assistant US attorney for the Northern District of Illinois, served as the state’s first inspector general for the agencies of the governor and public universities, and was in private practice with the firm of Foley & Lardner. Scott serves on the board of directors of the Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital Medical Center and Just the Beginning, an organization devoted to building a more diverse pipeline in the legal field. She is also the former chair of the board of trustees of the Chicago Housing Authority, the nation’s third largest. 16


John L. Walda, ’75, former partner at Barrett & McNagny in Fort Wayne and previous president of the IU board of trustees. From 2002–2004 Walda served as IU’s executive director of federal relations and corporate partnerships. In 2005 he was named a partner at Bose McKinney & Evans and senior vice president for federal relations


for Bose Treacy Associates, LLC. From 2006–2018 he was president and CEO of the National Association of College and University Business Officers. Walda was president of the IU board of trustees from 1992–1993 and 1994–2001. He has also served as national president of the IU Alumni Association and chairman of Clarian Health Partners (now IU Health).

The Law School’s inaugural Alumni Summit for current and past members of the Alumni Board, BLSA, Latino, LGBT Advisory Boards, and our Young Alumni Steering Committee is planned for the weekend of October 25 as part

Jose Cleofas Bocobo (1886–1965), class of 1907, a Philippine legal scholar and jurist. He was a faculty member at the College of Law at the University of the Philippines,

of the university’s Bicentennial. More than 200 past and current alumni board members will be invited to attend a full weekend of events, including:

where he served as university president from 1934–1939. He was a justice of the


State of the School update from Dean Parrish

Philippine Supreme Court during the Japanese occupation and was later charged with


A panel on the legal profession

treason but ultimately cleared. He received an honorary doctorate from IU in 1951.


Presentation of the school’s Distinguished Alumni Service Awards


Continuing legal education centered on the Sherman Minton Moot Court Competition


Alumni and student networking and learning opportunities


Moot Court Competition finals


Class reunions

Watch for updates in the monthly electronic editions of ergo, or contact the Office of Alumni Relations at for more information. DEAN PARRISH WITH ALAF LAUREATES SCOTT, WALDA, AND GENETOS. NOT PICTURED IS THE LATE JOSE CLEOFAS BOCOBO.

Erratum: In the Spring 2018 issue of ergo, we published an article honoring alumni and faculty who have served on the Indiana University board of trustees. Because of an oversight, we omitted the late Robert A. Lucas, ’49, a longtime partner in Lucas, Holcomb & Medrea, Merrillville, Ind. Lucas was a member of the board of trustees from 1967–1970, serving as its vice president from 1969–1970. He was also a director of the IU Alumni Association, past president of the Law Alumni Association, and director of the IU Foundation. At the time of his death in 1999, he was the honorary co-chairman of the Law School’s first-ever capital campaign. Lucas endowed a chair at the Law School, which is currently held by Professors Jeffrey Evans Stake and Mark D. Janis, ’89. We apologize for this omission and would like to thank his former law partner, Mary Linda Casey, ’70, for bringing it to our attention.



NEW BOARD OF VISITORS MEMBERS ELECTED Five distinguished alumni have been elected to the Law School’s Board of Visitors.

the Access to Justice Institute and the Korematsu Center for Law and Equality. She served as president of the Association of American Law Schools in 2016.

Alonzo Weems, ’95, Vice President and Deputy General Counsel, Eli Lilly and Company, Indianapolis Weems oversees Lilly’s corporate legal functions — litigation, HR, commercial transactions, regulatory and privacy — and serves as general counsel for the company’s Global Biomedicines Business Unit. Since joining Lilly in 1997, he has held several positions within the company, including general counsel and corporate secretary for Eli Lilly

Kathleen DeLaney, ’95, Managing Partner, DeLaney & DeLaney, Indianapolis Kathleen DeLaney grew up with prominent Indianapolis lawyer parents, Ann, ’77, and Ed DeLaney, with whom she continues to practice. She focuses her practice on

Canada and director of global workforce diversity. Weems served on the Alumni Board from 1996–1999, is currently a member of the BLSA Alumni Advisory Board, and has been a longtime mentor to law students.

employment and labor, employee and business litigation, personal injury, and products defense. She has been a longtime volunteer for the Law School, serving as a class agent since 2005 and a member of the Alumni Board from 2011–2017.

Heather Wilson, ’97, Member-in-Charge, Frost Brown Todd, Indianapolis Wilson is a member of the labor and employment practice group and member-incharge of the Indianapolis office of Frost Brown Todd. She concentrates her practice in

Jean Marie R. Pechette, ’80, Shareholder, Polsinelli, Chicago Pechette has over 20 years of experience in information technology, privacy, and intellectual property law, with a focus on health care and life sciences industries, including serving as a division general counsel for a Fortune 500 company. Pechette has represented public and privately held companies in industries such as information technology and health care, including health systems, health care providers, medical device manufacturers, electronic medical records providers, clinical information

employment litigation and general business counseling. Wilson represents employers in both federal and state court involving claims under Title VII, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), covenants not to compete, and wage claims. She also counsels employers on litigation avoidance. Wilson has been the firm solicitor for the Law School for many years and has been involved in helping employ the Law School’s students.

system providers, revenue-cycle system providers, and pharmaceutical companies.

Kathleen Delaney succeeds her mother, Ann, on the Board of Visitors. Kathleen’s Kellye Testy, ’91, President and Chief Executive Officer, Law School Admission Council, Newtown, Pa.

daughter, Emma Strenski, arrives in Bloomington this fall as a member of the Class of 2022 — the first three-generation female legacy in the school’s 177-year history. Emma’s other proud parent, James Strenski, ’94, is also an Indiana Law graduate.

Named the nation’s second most influential leader in legal education in 2017, Testy joined LSAC after leading the University of Washington School of Law for eight years as dean, the first woman to hold that post. She also served as a professor and dean of Seattle University’s School of Law where she founded several key programs, including




The Law School has established an endowed professorship in honor of an alumna

who was the first African American woman to serve on a state supreme court in the United States.

The Juanita Kidd Stout Professorship has been endowed by $1 million in pledges

and gifts from faculty members, friends of the law school and alumni. It is the first professorship in the history of Indiana University to honor an African American woman and the law school’s first scholarship named after a woman of color.

Stout earned a JD degree from IU in 1948 and an LLM in 1954. After graduation,

she moved to Pennsylvania and opened a law practice. She then worked in the district attorney’s office and was elected to the Philadelphia Municipal Court in 1959, making her the first African American woman in the country to be elected to a court of record.


Later, she became the first African American woman to be appointed to the

Pennsylvania Supreme Court and the first African American woman to serve as a state supreme court justice in the United States. She received an honorary degree from Indiana University in 1966 and was inducted in 1986 into the law school’s Academy of Law Alumni Fellows, the school’s highest honor.



When Stout died in 1998, she left an indelible legacy of service and accomplish-

Hannah L. Buxbaum, vice president for international affairs at Indiana University

ment. Philadelphia named the Juanita Kidd Stout Criminal Justice Center in recogni-

and the John E. Schiller Chair in Legal Ethics at the Law School, has been elected to the

tion of the difference she made in thousands of lives as a lawyer and public servant.

Curatorium of the Hague Academy of International Law.

“Justice Kidd Stout has long been a personal hero of mine,” said Lauren Robel, IU

Bloomington provost and executive vice president, and the Val Nolan Professor of Law.

education in both public and private international law housed in the Peace Palace in

“She lived a remarkable life of historic firsts marked by courage and compassion while

The Hague, the Netherlands. The Curatorium determines the scientific policy and the

shattering barriers to women and African Americans in the legal profession.”

Robel has made a lead gift to the endowment, and 11 other law school faculty,

alumni and friends of the law school have added to it.

Those who join Robel in establishing the endowment include:

> Alfred C. Aman Jr., Roscoe C. O’Byrne Professor of Law

> Sarah Evans Barker, senior judge of the United States District Court for

the Southern District of Indiana

Founded in 1923, the Hague Academy of International Law is a center for high-level

activities of the academy, designs its programs, and chooses lecturers from among the


most highly renowned academics and international practitioners.

Buxbaum joins an elite group of 17 international scholars and practitioners on

the Curatorium, including three current or former judges from the International Court of Justice, the president of the Institut de Droit International and the vice president of the European Court of Human Rights. Yves Daudet, emeritus professor at Sorbonne Law School, is president of the Curatorium, having succeeded the late Boutros

> Kevin Brown, Richard S. Melvin Professor of Law

> Robert L. Fischman, George P. Smith, II Distinguished Professor of Law

> Luis Fuentes-Rohwer, Class of 1950 Herman B Wells Endowed Professor

> Charles Gardner Geyh, John F. Kimberling Professor of Law

> Dawn Johnsen, Walter W. Foskett Professor of Law

tion, Buxbaum has taught courses on international regulatory law in the academy’s

> Julia C. Lamber, professor emerita of law

renowned summer courses program. Over the course of her teaching career, she has

> Leandra Lederman, William W. Oliver Professor of Tax Law

held visiting appointments at a number of foreign universities, including Humboldt

> Austin L. Parrish, dean and James H. Rudy Professor of Law

University, the University of Cologne and Université Paris II, Panthéon-Assas. She is

“The greatest law schools have great minds — faculty who are simultaneously

also co-author of a leading casebook on international business transactions.

Boutros-Ghali, former secretary-general of the United Nations. No more than one member at a time from any given country may serve on the Curatorium. An expert on private international law and international litigation and jurisdic-

creative scholars and engaging teachers,” said Dean Parrish. “Endowed professorships

are a crucial tool for retaining our world-class faculty, for continually enriching

including the American Society of International Law, where she currently serves as

our academic environment and, in turn, for attracting the most talented students.

vice president. She has been elected to membership in the American Law Institute

It will be a tremendous honor for a faculty member to be named the Juanita Kidd Stout Professor of Law.”

Buxbaum is active in a number of national and international organizations,

and is membre titulaire of the International Academy of Comparative Law. In 2016, she joined the advisory board of the Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law in Hamburg.

Justice Stout will be further honored with a historical marker as part of IU’s

Bicentennial. The marker will be affixed to a boulder made of Indiana limestone and placed in a natural setting on the Bloomington campus. In addition, Justice Stout joins five trailblazing alumni on prominently placed banners outside Baier Hall: Hoagy Carmichael,

She holds undergraduate and law degrees from Cornell University and a master’s

degree from the University of Heidelberg. Before joining the IU Maurer School of Law, she practiced in the area of international securities transactions in the New York and Frankfurt offices of Davis Polk & Wardwell.

’26, the American Songbook composer and lyricist; Sam Dargan, 1909, our first African American graduate; Harriet Bouslog Sawyer, ’36, the labor relations pioneer; Hon. Sherman Minton, 1915, associate justice of the US Supreme Court; and Tamar Althouse Scholz, 1892, our first woman graduate.









More than $12 million in gifts and pledges have resulted in the creation of four



Two new programs honoring one of the Law School’s most significant criminal

new chairs and professorships at the Law School over the past five years. In 2015

law professors came to life during the past five years under the direction of Joseph L.

Glenn Scolnik, ’78, and his wife, Donna, named a clinical chair, the first one estab-

Hoffmann, Harry Pratter Professor of Law.

lished for a clinical professor. The Glenn and Donna Scolnik Clinical Chair is held

by W. William Weeks III, ’79, director of the Law School’s Conservation Law Clinic

for Prof. Craig M. Bradley (1945–2013), the program includes a full range of curricular,

and the Conservation Law Center, Inc. through 2018. A trio of professorships was

extra-curricular, and experiential learning opportunities designed to prepare

endowed in 2017: the George P. Smith, II Distinguished Professorship, held by Robert

the school’s students for a successful and rewarding career in criminal justice as a

L. Fischman; the Stephen F. Burns Professorship, held by William D. Henderson,

prosecutor, public defender, private criminal defense attorney, or researcher. In ad-

and the Milt and Judi Stewart Professorship, held by Jayanth Krishnan. The Stewarts’

dition to their course work, students participate in a special criminal law externship

gift was part of a $7.7 million bequest to the school’s Center on the Global Legal Profes-

with Prof. Tim Morrison, a former assistant United States attorney. The program is

sion, which was named in their honor.

an initiative of the school’s Center for Law, Society & Culture.

“An outstanding faculty is the core of a successful school,” Dean Parrish said.

In 2017 Hoffmann launched the Bradley Fellows Program in Criminal Law. Named

The Bradley Fellows Program builds on the Bradley-Wolter Colloquium in Compar-

“These gifts — along with dozens of others from alumni and friends designated for

ative Criminal Law and Procedure, which Hoffmann organized in 2014, and which

faculty support — are a crucial part of the school’s long-term success.” He added

has continued to convene every other year at either the Maurer School of Law or

that the school’s most recent endowed professorship in honor of Justice Juanita

Jagiellonian University in Kraków. The 2018 Colloquium brought together faculty and

Kidd Stout, JD’48, LLM ’54 (see page 22) will provide additional funding for faculty

students from the United States, Poland, Italy, and China to discuss nine topics over a

research and teaching.

three-day period.



The largest and most transformative gift of the past five years came from Lowell E.

In addition, in February 2018 two Jagiellonian professors and eight students

Baier, ’64, whose $20 million contribution to the school in 2015 guarantees a physical

traveled to Bloomington to participate in a special comparative law seminar with law

facility that will meet the needs of students and faculty for decades to come. The Law

school faculty and more than a dozen law students from all three classes. Participants

School’s main building was named Baier Hall in his honor, and our renowned library

in the seminar were given the facts and legal texts of a criminal law case. The Ameri-

was named for Baier’s favorite professor and mentor, Jerome Hall.

can students tried to resolve the case using Polish law, and the Polish students tried to do so using American law. The students then debriefed each other, explaining how the case would most likely be decided in the relevant country.






The Law School and Indiana Legal Services, Inc., are collaborating on

a way to make it easier for Hoosiers in southern Indiana to get a fresh start.

with $200,000 or more in student loan debt and no employment prospects. While that scenario may be true for graduates

of other schools, that’s not the case here. Consider the following:

Indiana law allows individuals with certain criminal convictions,

such as Level 6 felonies and misdemeanors, to petition for expungement


Between 2012 and 2018, 35% of our students graduated with no debt at all. The percentage of students who took out

in certain circumstances. The process is complex, however, and it works

loans to go to law school fell to 65% from 88%.

best if an attorney helps navigate it. Many people seeking an expunge-


The average debt of all Indiana Law graduates equaled $62,000 for the class of 2018, compared with $99,500

ment in Bloomington do not have access to an attorney. ILS’s Bloomington

for the class of 2012.


The average debt of all graduates who took out loans was $92,700 in 2018, compared with $112,900 in 2012.


The debt level of 2018 graduates was the eighth-lowest among the top 35 law schools, in the lowest third

among all US law schools — and the lowest of all Indiana schools.


Our median scholarship grant of $27,000 in 2018 was the seventh highest among the top 35 schools.


Indiana Law students can plan their expenses with greater certainty, thanks to two programs: guaranteed frozen

tuition throughout all three years and no conditional scholarships.


Our “Back Home Again” program offers in-state tuition to anyone who has ever lived in Indiana, even if they are

not a current resident.

Law school is still a substantial investment, but thanks to the generosity of alumni and friends, a Maurer School

office, which serves 15 counties, is their only outlet. Unfortunately, ILS is unable to handle the considerable demand for these services.

To help improve access to ILS’s expungement services, four Indiana

Law students have designed a solution: the Bloomington Expungement VICTOR QUINTANILLA

You have probably read about the high cost of legal education, and maybe even a few horror stories of graduates

Help Desk. Based on a similar program at the Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic in Indianapolis, the BEHD will be located at a local re-entry nonprofit, New Leaf New Life, where current law students will help ILS clients with their expungement requests. The Law School is providing funding for an ILS attorney, who will work as an adjunct faculty member to train and supervise the students. The program includes a succession plan that ensures recruitment of new cohorts of law students and smooth handoffs between graduating students and ILS staff. Students working in the program will be named civil justice design fellows of the Law School’s Center for Law, Society & Culture.

Indiana Law students Ingrid Barce, Jessica Beheydt, Natalie Fiacco,

of Law education is much more reasonable than that of comparable schools.

In addition, to help students make the right borrowing decisions, the Law School has introduced a series of financial

literacy sessions through AccessLex and 1:1 counseling sessions with our skilled director of financial aid, Paul Leopold. The school’s financial aid office and quality of advice consistently receive high scores from students in the annual Law School Survey of Student Engagement.

and Dave Medley designed the program, which grew out of a servicelearning project in Professor Victor Quintanilla’s Civil Procedure course (see ergo, Spring 2017). Additional funding for the Expungement Desk is being provided by a gift to the Law School from Steven M. Post, ’77, and his wife, Ursula (see ergo, April 2019); the Office of the Provost and


Executive Vice President, Indiana University Bloomington; and Women’s Philanthropy at Indiana University.

Indiana Law alumni were on hand last July during the administration of the Indiana bar exam. Students were invited to relax (as much as possible) over box lunches and conversation with students and recent graduates during the two-day exam. The event was sponsored by the Office of Alumni Relations and Development and the Office of Student Affairs. (The first-time bar pass rate for Indiana Law students in July 2018 was 85%, well above the rate for all first-time test-takers of 75%.)




















CLASS OF 2019 PLEDGES $17,766 FOR FUND FOR EXCELLENCE The 3L class continued the tradition of early alumni engagement with its annual fundraising campaign. Eighty-one percent of the Class of 2019 made a pledge to the Fund for Excellence, the Law School’s unrestricted annual fund. The promise of donuts and an instant photo on a poster in the lobby helped sweeten the deal. The class raised a total of $17,765.76. The school salutes the 3L Pledge Committee for its efforts: Sydney Bierwirth (chair), Adrienne Arlan, Sabienne Brutus, Kenneth Guerra, Gustavo Jimenez, John Overlander, Nick Palmieri, Carta Robison, and Kaelyne Wietelman.


The following 3L

Natalie Fiacco

John McMackin

Emily Tanji

students made a pledge

Joanetta Fields van Rijn

David Medley

Scotty Teal

to the campaign:

Robert Fine

Monique Mendonca

Elmer Thoreson

Carolina Flores

Matthew Metz

Ashante Travis

Bailey Anstead

Taylor Fontan

Dylan Miller

Ian Tullock

Julie Ardelean

Jackson Ford

Zachary Miller

Alexa Urbanic

Adrienne Arlan

Kelsey Gans

Nicholas Minaudo

Alexander Van Dyke

Jana Banschbach

Glenda Garcia

Christopher Moon

Cody Vaughn

Ingrid Barce

Kelsey Gomez

Ashley Moore

Derek Ventling

Jessica Beheydt

Alyssa Grasinski

Anne Mose

Tristen Waite

Sydney Bierwirth

Mark Greidanus

Cody Mott

Nicholas Wheeler

Meagan Biwer

Kenneth Guerra

Kayla Murphy

Kaelyne Wietelman

Joshua Bleisch

Lucrecia Guerra Galdamez

Kiera Murphy

Victoria Wolfe

Austin Brady

Ishita Gugnani

Ashlyn Myers

Kylie Wood

Michael Brockman

Carolyn Haney

Colleen Newbill

Ying Zhu

Corttany Brooks

Grayson Harbour

Katelyn Nicasio

Devin Brown

Nicholas Hart

Thomas Nield

Sarah Brown

Philip Haywood

Caleb Ohmer

Sabienne Brutus

Jenna Heaphy

John Overlander

Mary Cebula

Jordan Heck

Nicholas Palmieri

Chen Chen

Preston Henry

Andrei Papai

Niharikaa Chhatawal

Brittany Hewitt

Ji Won Park

Mary Christie

Jonathon Himes

Candace Polster

Mason Clark

Haley Hinkle

Arnold Reed

Thomas Cook

Steven Hosler

Tyler Rippon

Christina Correia

Adam Hutchinson

Carta Robison

Michael Couch

McKenzie Hutchinson

Alyssa Rogers

Quinn Crowley

Jeffrey Iles

Alexander Rosselli

Kaitlin Cutshaw

Sydney Impellizzeri-Baines

Matthew Rust

Lauren D’Surney

Gustavo Jimenez

Seth Saler

Alexis Daniel

Amy Justus

Anthony Schuering

Taylor Decker

John Kelly

Rachael Scoggins

Anurima Deshpande

Tiffany Kim

Sarah Sharpe

Alex Devilliers

Julia Konieczny

Nicole Slivensky

Cassidy Devore

Samantha Lalisan

Clayton Smith

Sadie Dillon-Baatz

Adam Larimer

Derrian Smith

Frederick Dobson

Hannah Leeper

Jennifer Smith

Dewey Dodson

Joseph Leeson

Phillip Smith

Sarah Eddy

Gabriel Levy

TaChina Smith

Tynan Edwards

Amelia Linman

Jacob Snodgrass

Megan Effner

Hailey Lobb

LaShaila Spivey

Christopher Erickson

Sarah Lode

Rachel Stopchinski

Zebo Fattoyeva

Brennan Lucas

Michael Stroup

Mitchell Feldhake

Patrick McGovern

Danielle Sweet



ABOUT THE HONOR ROLLS Your gifts to the Indiana University Maurer School of Law build and sustain

The IU Maurer School of Law is launching a campaign to attract additional pledges


resources that support faculty chairs and professorships, scholarships, law journals,

to our Partners in Excellence program in conjunction with the final months of the


trial advocacy programs, the Jerome Hall Law Library, faculty development,

Bicentennial Campaign.


and many other initiatives.

AMOUNT — COUNTS TOWARD OUR Partners in Excellence — donors who pledge at least $2,500 per year for five years


The Law School’s 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

Your commitment as a Partner in Excellence is especially important because it


$249 and under: Associates

gives the dean flexibility to support the school’s key initiatives, including our five


law journals, more than 30 student organizations, pro bono programs and clinics,


to the Law School’s Dean’s Incentive Fund or Fund for Excellence will be honored with a commemorative brick on the back patio of the Law School. The brick will be installed upon receipt of the first pledge (one brick per pledge). Existing Partners in Excellence will receive a brick when they renew their pledge.

The 2018 Honor Roll of Donors reflects gifts from January 1–December 31, 2018.

student scholarships, faculty research, the Jerome Hall Law Library, financial

An asterisk indicates that the donor is deceased. Every effort has been made to avoid

assistance for travel to students’ job interviews, and unexpected needs that arise

errors. Please accept our apology if you have been listed incorrectly or omitted.

throughout the year. Please report corrections to: The brick campaign will begin in the summer of 2019 and conclude at the end of the Bicentennial Campaign in June 2020. To make your gift, contact Stephanie Coffey, director of annual giving, at (812) 856-2793 (

Lisa G. Hosey, Executive Director of Development Arthur M. Lotz Office of Alumni and Development 211 South Indiana Avenue Bloomington, IN 47405 (812) 855-9953 (877) 286-0002





R. Neil Irwin, ’71

Glenn Scolnik, ’78

David M. Allen, ’00

Jackson Lewis

John E. Seddelmeyer, ’74

Deborah J. Allen-Slagel, ’89

Ian G. John, ’95

John M. Segal, ’71

Amy G. Applegate

David F. Johnson, ’81

Randolph L. Seger, ’72

John S. Applegate

Gregory J. Jordan, ’84

Hon. V. Sue Shields, ’61

Ellis B. Anderson, ’52

Karen B. Jordan-Boyd, ’85

Jacqueline A. Simmons, ’79

Bruce J. Artim, ’82

Randal J. Kaltenmark, ’96

Allan T. Slagel, ’88

David O. Barrett, ’95

Robert P. Kassing, ’64

Christopher W. Smith, ’06

Wayne D. Boberg, ’78

Jason L. Kennedy, ’96

Sydney L Steele, ’64

Jack A. Bobo, ’96

Jeffrey J. Kennedy, ’67

Milton R. Stewart, ’71

Ellen E. Boshkoff, ’90

James Koday, ’76

Kathleen O. St. Louis, ’84

Eric E. Boyd, ’86

Mary N. Larimore, ’80

James P. Strenski, ’94

Thomas E. Burchfield, ’61

William C. Lawrence, ’79

Elizabeth Stuart John, ’95

Stephen F. Burns, ’68

Millard D. Lesch, ’67

Tommy F. Thompson, ’75

Donald W. Buttrey, ’61

Elliott D. Levin, ’66

Courtney R. Tobin, ’92

Willard Z. Carr, ’50

Elliot R. Lewis, ’87

Kenneth L. Turchi, ’83

Gregory A. Castanias, ’90

John L. Lisher, ’75

Ted A. Waggoner, ’78

Thomas A. Clancy, ’73

Mary K. Lisher, ’75

Laura M. Walda, ’09

Clyde D. Compton, ’65

Arthur M. Lotz, ’65

Judith A. Waltz, ’81

Michael R. Conner, ’75

Thomas C. Lunsford, ’02

Brian P. Williams, ’81

Catherine A. Conway, ’78

Susan C. Lynch, ’93

David C. Williams

James L. Cooper, ’91

Larry A. Mackey, ’76

Susan H. Williams

Greta Cowart, ’85

Scott Y. MacTaggart, ’76

Alan C. Witte, ’70

Jeffrey S. Davidson, ’73

Michael S. “Mickey” Maurer, ‘67

Mark S. Wojciechowski, ’81

Richard A. Dean, ’73

Thomas R. McCully, ’66

S. Lee Woodward, ’73

John H. de Boisblanc, ’66

Lisa C. McKinney, ’92

Frank E. Wrenick, ‘65

Partners in Excellence enable the Maurer School of Law to plan for the future of

Alecia A. DeCoudreaux, ’78

Michael T. McLoughlin, ’72

Mark E. Wright, ’89

mission-critical programs by pledging their sustained support to the school in the

Ann M. DeLaney, ’77

Leslie S. Mead, ’84

Kenneth R. Yahne, ’68

Kathleen A. DeLaney, ’95

David A. Meek, ’08

James P. Zeller, ’76

Donald P. Dorfman, ’57

Edward L. Michael, ’81

Charles O. Ziemer, ’64

Robert P. Duvin, ’61

David C. Milne, ’94

the Maurer School of Law from its peers. The Law School deeply appreciates the

David G. Elmore, ’58

Meagan Milne, ’94

investment of this elite group of donors.

DG Elmore, Jr., ’84

Janet Min Beach, ’95

Sidney D. Eskenazi, ’53

Hon. Edward W. Najam, Jr.

Faegre Baker Daniels Foundation

Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak

Stephen L. Ferguson, ’66

Scott N. Flanders, ’82

Austen L. Parrish

Michael E. Flannery, ’83

Stephen H. Paul, ’72

Amy M. Foust, ’08

Jeffrey P. Petrich, ’84

Brenda Freije, ’94

Steven M. Post, ’77

Richard T. Freije, Jr. ’84

Lisa A. Powell, ’84

Eric A. Frey, ’67

John F. Richardson, ’77

Philip C. Genetos, ’77

James G. Richmond, ’69

Bonnie K. Gibson, ’78

Clarine Nardi Riddle, ’74

Steven E. Goode, ’93

Timothy J. Riffle, ’83

Harry L. Gonso, ’73

Randall R. Riggs, ’77

Michael H. Gottschlich, ’91

Lauren K. Robel, ’83

Dana I. Green, ’74

Laurie N. Robinson Haden, ’98

David E. Greene, ’74

Thomas F. Schnellenberger, Jr., ’79

V. William Hunt, ’69

Erin R. Schrantz, ’00

amount of at least $2,500 per year over a period of five years. The support of our Partners in Excellence makes possible the services and programs that distinguish


& Stewart P.C.




William Theodoros

John L. Selis

Dean’s Circle Director

Vernon Atwater

Anne Paramenko Weeks

Richard J. Van Mele

Jeanne S. Miller

Alexander Jokay Carl D. Overholser



George Zednek

Dean’s Circle Directors

Dean’s Circle Director

Clarence H. Doninger

Gary L. Gerling

1950 Dean’s Circle Visionary Willard Z. Carr, Jr.


Lloyd H. Milliken, Jr.

Dean’s Circle Director Associate


Russell H. Hart, Jr.

Stanley Talesnick

George E. Buckingham

George N. Beamer

Joseph A. Franklin


Richard L. Brown

Roger L. Pardieck


R. Benjamin Bush

Hon. Hugo “Chad” Songer


Rufus W. McKinney

K R. Hawley

William W. Peach


Harry F. Smiddy, Jr. William D. Stephens 1952 Ellis B. Anderson


Larry C. Amos

Richard D. Wagner

David L. Brewer Donald D. Doxsee

1957 Dean’s Circle Visionary


Lewis R. Katz

Donald P. Dorfman

Dean’s Circle Visionaries

Hon. Stanley A. Levine

Dean’s Circle Director



Thomas E. Burchfield Partners

Donald W. Buttrey


Marvin S. Crell

Robert P. Duvin

Dean’s Circle Visionaries


Donald C. Lehman

Clarence J. Greenwald

Edwin Fitch Walmer



Howard R. Henderson



Herbert K. Douglas

William G. Bruns*



William A. Freihofer

John A. Jeffries

Thomas A. Coyne

Dean’s Circle Director

Joseph T. Ives, Jr.

Eugene J. McGarvey, Jr.

William C. Ervin

H. Theodore Noell

Edward C. King

Robert P. Kassing Dean’s Circle Benefactor

George P. Smith, II

Hon. V. Sue Shields

Sydney L Steele Charles O. Ziemer

Sidney D. Eskenazi

Gene E. Robbins

1959 Partner

Dean’s Circle Directors


Marshall D. Ruchman

Andrew C. Emerson

Marvin L. Hackman

Joseph T. Bumbleburg

William D. Swift

William N. Salin, Sr.

Robert L. Fonner

Robert P. Tinnin, Jr.

Donald R. Wright

Robert A. Wagner

Virgil L. Beeler




James F. Fitzpatrick

Dean’s Circle Director

Joe D. Black

Dean’s Circle Director

Stanley H. Matheny

Sidney Mishkin

Frederick M. King

Ray G. Miller

Philip C. Potts

Associate Harley B. Nelson



Ellis K. Locher, Jr.

Spencer J. Schnaitter


Gerald H. McGlone

John H. Sweeney

Lee W. Dabagia

James V. McGlone

Jerry Moss

James J. Nagy

William B. Heubel Ellwood W. Lewis, Jr.


Carl E. VerBeek 1965

Kenneth P. Fedder 1955

Daniel D. Fetterley


Dean’s Circle Directors

Dean’s Circle Director

Joseph A. Hays

Rafe H. Cloe

Vorris J. Blankenship

Duane W. Beckhorn

Barry S. Jellison

Thomas A. Dailey

Arthur M. Lotz

Robert N. Meiser

John J. Lorber

D. Reed Scism

Samuel L. Reed



Stephen J. Williams

Dean’s Circle Benefactor

Ernest D. Daugherty


Robert A. Long

Dean’s Circle Directors

Clarine Nardi Riddle

William R. Fatout

Frank E. Wrenick

Millard D. Lesch

Maribelle G. Harlow

Dean’s Circle Directors

Douglas W. Nutt

Thomas A. Clancy

Frank Seales, Jr.

Kenneth E. Gordon

Stephen A. Harlow

Richard W. Davis, Jr.

William H. Replogle II

Richard A. Dean

Hon. Sarah M. Singleton

John P. Klingeberger

Jack L. Walkey

Dorothy J. Frapwell


Dean’s Circle Directors

James W. Holland

Roger T. Stelle

Stephen W. Crider

Eric A. Frey

Robert E. Kabisch

Alan C. Witte

Leonard E. Eilbacher

Jeffrey J. Kennedy

Thomas A. Keith

Hon. Ezra H. Friedlander

Donald C. Lewis

Joseph S. King


Justin P. Patterson

James C. Nelson

Charles D. Little

Ronald B. Brodey

Michael D. O’Connor

John W. Whiteleather, Jr.

Richard E. Woosnam

Robert L. Meinzer, Jr.

David A. Dodge

Richard K. Reider, Jr.


Anthony W. Mommer

Penelope S. Farthing

Richard E. Stahl



E. Kent Moore

T. Todd Hodgdon

Vincent J. Backs

Elliott Abrutyn

William C. Reynolds

Robert T. Johnson

James E. Bourne

George A. Brattain

Alexander L. Rogers

Thomas O. Magan

Hon. Thomas G. Fisher

Malcolm C. Mallette

Robert K. Ryan, Jr.

Frank T. Lewis

David H. Nicholls

William H. Van Deest

Arthur C. Nordhoff, Jr.

William H. Robbins III

George L. Stubbs, Jr.*

Thomas A. Swihart

Robert F. Welker 1966

Scott T. Kragie

Harry L. Gonso


Douglas C. Lehman


Hon. Ellen K. Thomas

Robert D. Bray

Mark E. Neff

Thomas R. Ensor

S. Lee Woodward

James E. Carlberg

Daniel A. Nicolini

John R. Carr III

Marcia W. Sullivan

Donovan R. Flora

W. Charles Thomson III

George N. Bewley, Jr.

Mary E. Ham

Robert E. Wrenn

Michael R. Fruehwald

Charles A. Hessler


Laurence A. McHugh

Jane T. Hessler


Dean’s Circle Visionaries

Terry A. Mumford

Ward W. Miller

Dean’s Circle Benefactor

William J. Maher

Michael T. McLoughlin

Carolyn S. Price

John W. Mead

Randolph L. Seger

William D. Roessler


Charles R. Rubright

Charlie P. Andrus

Dean’s Circle Directors



Dean’s Circle Benefactors

Albert J. Velasquez

Michael Burns

Donald E. Hinkle

David O. Tittle

Dean’s Circle Visionary

Robert D. Epstein

Julia C. Lamber

C D. Yates

Laura J. Cooper

James Koday

Philip D. Waller, Jr.

V. William Hunt

J P. Glynn

Stephen H. Paul

Hon. Patrick J. Zika

Fred M. Holdeman

Donald R. Lundberg

Larry A. Mackey

John H. Komoroske

Scott Y. MacTaggart

Dean’s Circle Directors

Ruth E. Huitema

Dean’s Circle Directors


Hon. Basil H. Lorch III

James P. Zeller Darell E. Zink, Jr.

Sally M. Westley

Gordon F. Gulitz

Dean’s Circle Benefactors Stephen L. Ferguson


Robert W. Loser II

Rex M. Joseph, Jr.

John F. Sturm

Scott H. Anderson

David F. Morado, Jr.

Thomas R. McCully

Stephen W. Adair

James G. Richmond

Harvey M. Kagan

William K. Thomas

Robert D. Budesa, Sr.

Robert O. Smith

Charles J. Collet

James A. Strain

James B. Long

Dean’s Circle Directors

William B. Davis

John H. de Boisblanc

Jay G. Taylor

Tracy E. Little

William F. Thompson John F. Tweedle

Partners Charles A. Cohen


Dennis J. Dewey

Dean’s Circle Visionaries

Robert A. Garelick

Stephen F. Burns

Denis L. Koehlinger

Everett G. Kuhns


James D. Collier


Clifford V. Dunn


Gary D. Spivey

Laud Y. Bosomprah

Alice M. Craft

Dean’s Circle Visionary

Roy T. Ogawa

Gerald F. George

Victor L. Streib

John S. Chappell

John F. Crawford


John W. Purcell

Gregory A. Hartzler

Gregory W. Sturm

Thomas C. Cornwell

James E. Easterday

Robert S. Hulett

Charles C. Wicks

C. Thomas Fennimore

Michael R. Fisher

Dean’s Circle Benefactors


Kathleen C. Gillmore

W. Stephen Hamlin, Jr.

Michael R. Conner

Ann K. Bailey


Hon. Anthony J. Metz III

Dale E. Hunt

Tommy F. Thompson

Dianne Blocker Braun


Dean’s Circle Visionary

Rory O’Bryan

Alan L. Johns

Thomas H. Bryan

Milton R. Stewart

Robert T. Wildman

Barbara J. Kelley

Dean’s Circle Directors

Emily Copeland Cato

Joseph S. Van Bokkelen

Mary B. Brody

Ronald E. Prusek

Christopher A. Bloom

William E. Davis

Dean’s Circle Benefactor

Patrick E. Donoghue

Dean’s Circle Benefactors


Theodore H. Randall, Jr.

John L. Lisher

James F. Gillespie

Kenneth R. Yahne

Curtis B. Eskew, Jr.

R. Neil Irwin

John M. Beams

Stuart Senescu

Mary K. Lisher

Michael P. Gray

Richard M. Handlon

John M. Segal

Edward Chosnek

Willoughby G. Sheane, Jr.

Aline M. Mohr

Alan K. Hofer

James L. Mohr

Steven C. Jackson

Hon. Frank J. Otte Associates


James A. Cherry

Janet Ruesch

Robert B. Christopher, Jr.

Henry C. Hudson William W. Hurst

Dean’s Circle Directors

John A. Hargis

Kirk D. Falvay

Arthur G. Surguine, Jr.

Elliott D. Levin

Carl L. Baker

Edwin A. Harper

Dean’s Circle Directors

W. Michael Horton

Hon. Robert W. Thacker

Robert D. Mann

Harold E. Brueseke

David M. Haskett

David C. Evans

Joe A. Rowe

James N. Videbeck


Stephen R. Pennell

Stephen C. Moberly

Marshall S. Sinick

Hon. Carl A. Heldt III

Larry R. Linhart

Frederick A. Schurger

Philip L. Zorn, Jr.

Hon. James M. Carr

Barbara S. Woodall

David T. Kasper

Lloyd B. Thompson III

William M. Shattuck

Mamoru Muraoka Darrel K. Peckinpaugh


James R. Kuehl

Daniel A. Roby

Stephen W. Cook

Brian J. May

Walter W. Rauch

Daniel A. Medrea


Daniel B. Seitz

Terrence A. Noreus

Hon. John G. Baker

Dean’s Circle Visionary

Kent H. Westley

John L. Pogue

Richard E. Boston


Christina M. McKee

Thomas L. Davis

Thomas L. Shriner, Jr.


Terry M. Dworkin



David S. Sidor

Dean’s Circle Visionaries

Roy R. Johnson

Dean’s Circle Visionary


Kipling N. White

David E. Greene

David J. Mallon, Jr.

Steven M. Post

John E. Seddelmeyer

Larry J. McClatchey K. Stephen Royce

Dean’s Circle Directors

Lon D. Showley

Ronald L. Chapman

Dean’s Circle Visionary

Dean’s Circle Directors


John F. Suhre

Raymond J. Furey, Jr.

Jeffrey S. Davidson

Thomas J. Breed


Ann M. DeLaney

Richard J. Darko

Peter A. Treffers

Terry K. Hiestand

Dana I. Green

Paul S. Elkin

Philip C. Genetos

Michael S. Maurer


Patricia A. Daly


Jeff Richardson

Jeffrey K. Riffer

Dean’s Circle Directors



Dean’s Circle Benefactors


Bryan H. Hall

Randall R. Riggs

Patricia S. Roberts

Debbi M. Johnstone

Philip K. Cone

Dean’s Circle Visionaries

Leslie S. Mead

Gary S. Batke

Kim M. Laurin

Nancy E. Weissman

Margaret A. Williford

Miranda K. Mandel

Maria Luz Corona

Michael E. Flannery

Jeffrey P. Petrich

Hon. Barbara L. Brugnaux

V. Samuel Laurin III

Meredith L. McIntyre

J. A. Crawford

Susan Blankenbaker Noyes

Denice M. Torres

James W. Foltz

Joseph H. Marxer

Carole B. Silver

James S. Legg

Timothy J. Riffle

Robert W. Gevers II

Thomas M. Maxwell

Julia E. Merkt

Lauren K. Robel

Dean’s Circle Directors

Marion P. Herrington

Thomas R. Newby

Bruce D. Donaldson

David M. Kraus

Lawrence T. Oates Timothy J. Ormes

Craig M. White Associates Partners

James R. DeMotte

Kurt R. Kaboth

Marilyn E. Hrnjak


Kathryn A. Molewyk

Brenda E. Knowles

David M. Keen

Vicki J. Edwards-Moore

Richard M. Quinlan

Dean’s Circle Benefactors

Richard T. Freije, Jr.

Bernard Landman III

Thomas E. Nelson

Debra K. Luke

Jane A. Hamblin

John R. Schaibley III

Sara Y. Bosco

Stephen J. Hackman

Richard J. McConnell

William M. Pope

John W. Rowings

Hon. Susan L. Macey

Bradley W. Skolnik

Kenneth L. Turchi

Gregory J. Jordan

Philip M. Purcell


Thomas C. Scherer

Linda M. Rowings

Jean M. Pechette

Michael E. Sum

Tracy T. Larsen

Beth A. Tevlin

James D. Darnley, Jr.

Alan Whaley

Dean’s Circle Directors

Thomas P. McNulty

Donald J. Vogel

Michael K. Davis

Samuel R. Ardery

Lisa A. Powell in memory of

Emily C. Tobias in memory of

Stephen J. Peters


James R. Brotherson

Thomas A. Pyrz

Gerald F. Allega

Ann R. Vaughan

Christopher G. Scanlon


Christopher B. Gambill

William D. Powell


Samuel E. Eversman

Susan L. Willey

Dean’s Circle Visionary

Candance A. Grass

James J. Weber

Dean’s Circle Visionary

Jeffrey A. King

Scott N. Flanders

Mark C. Krcmaric


Robert J. Lahaie

Robert N. Berg Myrna E. Friedman


Jeffrey L. Gage

Dean’s Circle Visionary


Paul A. Hass

William C. Lawrence

Phillip L. Bayt Sue A. Beesley

Doyal E. McLemore, Jr.

Holiday H. McKiernan


Dean’s Circle Directors

Philip B. McKiernan

George H. Abel II

Dean’s Circle Director

Lars H. Liebeler

Bruce J. Artim

Thomas P. McNulty

James F. Beatty

Eric E. Boyd

Patrice A. Ocken

Joseph H. Yeager, Jr.

Rebecca A. Craft

James D. Moore

Dean’s Circle Benefactors

Kathryn A. Brogan

Kevin C. Miller

Ann L. Nowak

Thomas F.

Theodore J. Ferguson

Stephen M. Proctor

Harry I. Price

Schnellenberger, Jr.

in memory of Leonard D.

Hon. Frank E. Sullivan, Jr.

Lori L. Price

Jacqueline A. Simmons



Mary J. Lapointe

Robert S. O’Dell

Mark C. Eriks


Brian L. Porto

Gilbert R. Perez

Arend J. Abel

Stanley H. Rorick

J. Adam Bain

Thomas E. Wheeler II

Bruce C. Haas

Frances M. Hill


Gina Skelton Koons


James A. Gesmer

Dean’s Circle Directors

Christina K. Kalavritinos

Karen E. Arland

Arthur Andrew Lopez

Lee Roy Berry, Jr.

Hon. John M. Hamilton


Mark J. Roberts Michael J. Schneider

Robert G. Devetski

Jeffrey A. Burger

Dennis A. Kokinda

Roger W. Bennett

Jeffrey B. Rubenstein

Stuart A. Katz

David J. Hensel

Dean’s Circle Director


Agnes S. Peters

Sharon Zoretich Terry

Hon. Elaine B. Brown

Rebecca L. Wilkinson

Karol H. Krohn

Louis K. Nigg

Allan T. Slagel

Dean’s Circle Visionaries

W. William Weeks III

Frank R. Martinez III

Wendy W. Ponader


Edward D. Feigenbaum


Cynthia J. Reichard

Kathryn J. Roudebush


Michael S. Callahan

Catherine A. Conway Alecia A. DeCoudreaux


Dean’s Circle Visionary

Kenneth H. Inskeep

Deborah L. Darter

Paul D. Reid

Charles B. Sauers

David R. Bolk

Glenn Scolnik

Jane Alshuler

Edward L. Michael

Alicia J. McClean

Becky J. Frederick

Kimberly D. Rife

Maryanne Pelic Thickstun

Jonathan D. Fishbane

Ted A. Waggoner

Bruce A. Hugon

Cathy S. Moore

Peter C. Kelty

Jeffrey A. Thinnes

Madonna K. Starr

Jason W. Levin

Julia R. Wilder

Dean’s Circle Benefactors

Brooke M. Roberts

Brian P. Williams

Dean’s Circle Benefactor Bonnie K. Gibson


Mark S. Wojciechowski

Kirk E. Grable

Susan R. Levin


Randall M. Jacobs

Hon. Andrew L. Cameron

Bruce W. Longbottom


Arthur A. Lopez


Kevin D. Gibson

Kevin C. Schiferl Deanna J. Shirley Williams

Robert G. Andree, Jr.

Heather M. Mollo

Dean’s Circle Directors

Thomas B. Parent

Dean’s Circle Directors

Elizabeth Domsic Baier

Dean’s Circle Directors

Peter G. Bakas

Mark J. Moryl

Greta E. Cowart

David A. Pesel

Wayne D. Boberg

Michael J. Botkin

David F. Johnson

Jeffrey A. Boyll

Susan E. Reed

Michael D. Huber

David T. Schaefer


John McGee

Darcy J. Chamberlin

Richard A. Rosenthal, Jr.

Paula F. Cardoza

Jeffrey L. Rensberger

Karen B. Jordan-Boyd

Timothy L. Tyler

Scott B. Ainsworth

Michael L. Pate

Daniel C. Emerson

Robert K. Stanley

Linda Jo Clark Dague

Hon. Loretta H. Rush

Peter C. McCabe III in

Ann C. Varnon

Douglas C. Ballantine

Mark E. GiaQuinta

Judith A. Waltz

Bradley J. Dougherty

Douglas D. Small

memory of Leonard D.


Joseph E. Trester

Myra L. Willis

Ellen S. Gabovitch

Norris K. Wang



Wendy S. Greengrove-Smith

Anne E. Aikman-Scalese

Barbara F. Wand

Collin D. Higginbotham

Matthew E. Wilkins

Anne E. Norris

Dean’s Circle Visionary

Christopher A. Nichols

Howard R. Cohen

Sabra A. Weliever


Alan A. Levin

Kenneth J. Yerkes

Elliot R. Lewis

Kevin D. Nicoson

Alan W. Becker

Les B. Morris

Donald E. Baier

Mitchell A. Kline

Edward A. Gohmann


Hon. Becky Pierson-Treacy

James S. Kowalik


Ted R. Brown

Kathryn Knue Przywara


Joan M. Heinz

Dean’s Circle Director

Jon F. Reynolds, Jr.

Janett L. Lowes

Dean’s Circle Benefactor

David L. Ferguson

Christopher S. Roberge

Dean’s Circle Visionary

Charles C. Kelly II

George T. Patton, Jr.

Michael D. Scott

Renee Mawhinney

Mary N. Larimore

Kathleen M. St. Louis

Karl M. Koons III

Scott E. Tarter in memory of

Clifford W. Garstang

Carol M. Seaman


Michael A. Pechette

Gayle L. Skolnik

John A. Larson


Joseph D. O’Connor

Jack S. Troeger

Peter A. Teholiz

Erick D. Ponader

Jennifer J. Abrell

Richard C. Starkey 44


Lana C. Tarter


Theodore Washienko, Jr.

Darrin M. Dolehanty

Brenda H. Freije

Joseph L. Smith, Jr.

Heidi G. Goebel


Sonia C. Arnold

Dean’s Circle Benefactor

Hon. Martha M. Wentworth

Anne M. Frye

John T. Keith

Alonzo Weems

W. James Hamilton

Bryan H. Babb

D. Casey Kobi

John R. Gastineau

Angela F. Parker

Wendy Melone Hamilton

Adam J. Berlin

Kevin R. Martin

James P. Strenski


Steven S. Hoar

Kathy L. Osborn

Peter S. Nemeth

Robert A. Dubault

Jason R. Reese

Daniel R. Roy

Susan Hutz Worth

Jill E. Reese Associates


Mark E. Wright Associates

Kevin A. Halloran

Dean’s Circle Directors

David A. Brown

James A. Joven

Deborah J. Allen-Slagel

Sheila M. Carson

Matthew J. Miller


Douglas W. Hyman

Mark D. Janis

Michael J. MacLean

Diane E. Smith

Pamela S. Coffey

Jeffrey E. Kimmell

Hon. Geoffrey G. Slaughter

Joanne C. Mages

Alyssa D. Stamatakos

Rebecca L. Collins

James P. Leahey


Mark R. Anderson

Dean’s Circle Directors

Tracy A. Pappas

Alan S. Townsend

Paul S. Fardy

David H. Schwartz

Thaddeus R. Ailes

Tamatha A. Earnhart

Tom Lunsford

Sandra K. Rasche

John M. Yarger

Denise Y. Barkdull

Rose E. Gallagher

Marisol Sanchez

Robert W. Burt, Jr.

Aaron N. Goldberger

Rafael A. Sanchez


Jennifer J. Payne

Thomas E. Baltz



William W. Barrett


Dawn C. Wrona Eby

Carol A. Nemeth Joven


Anne M. Burton

Karen L. Hsu

Kevin E. Brown

Dean’s Circle Benefactor

Robert W. Eherenman

Michael B. Langford

Dean’s Circle Directors

James K. Cleland, Jr.

Heather J. Kidwell


Andrew B. Buroker

Michael H. Gottschlich

James T. Flanigan

Henry S. Noyes

Jack A. Bobo

Kelly Collier Cleland

Maj. Nicholas F. Lancaster

Angela M. Yoon

Laurel R. Gilchrist

Todd J. Stearn

Randal J. Kaltenmark

Thomas W. Ice, Jr.

Carleton P. Palmer IV

Hongsun Yoon

Jeffrey S. Cohen Douglas W. Langdon

Dean’s Circle Directors

Scott D. Gilchrist

Jason L. Kennedy

Lisa Jordan Jankowski

David L. Theyssen

Barry T. Lieber

James L. Cooper

Scott E. Herbst


Elissa J. Preheim

Raoul K. Maitra

Lawrence Wu

Bryan A. Richards

Amy L. Nefouse

James M. Hinshaw

Karen Mellencamp Davis

Melinda J. Schwer

Johanna J. Maple

Marianne Mitten Owen

Pamela S. Perkinson

Sarah K. Funke

Susan J. Yoon

Kevin C. Powell


H M. Gregory

J. Brad Voelz

David J. Jurkiewicz

Manish S. Sampat

Dean’s Circle Visionary

Kurt M. Leinenbach

Mark J. Wassink

Benjamin T. Lo


Konrad M. Urberg

D. Michael Allen

Kaarin M. Lueck

Heather L. Wilson

Associates Katrina J. Amos


Steven L. Carson

Natalie A. Mason

Joanne C. McAnlis

Robert F. Barron II

Larry L. Chubb

Jeffrey R. Pankratz


Sean S. Steele in memory of

Kepten D. Carmichael

Susan D. Conner

Shapleigh Smith, Jr.

Dean’s Circle Benefactor

Patrick L. Baude

Michelle Davis Carmichael


Michael D. Dobosz

Joan E. Tupin-Crites

Steven E. Goode

Ronald Wilcox

Rhonda Hospedales

Dean’s Circle Visionary

Terry L. Harrell

Julia C. Weissman

Marygrace L. Reese

Norman J. Hedges

Laurie L. Schmidt

Robert H. Wright



William M. Reese

David R. Steiner

Laura A. Zwicker

Kevin G. Baer

Dean’s Circle Visionary

Stephen E. Scheele

Patrick S. Cross

David O. Barrett

Susan M. Shook

Dean’s Circle Directors



Anthony C. Sullivan Associates

Carl A. Greci


Gregory M. Bokota in memory

Clayton C. Miller

Dean’s Circle Visionary

of Colleen Kristl Pauwels

Janet Min Beach

David W. Barrett

Gregory A. Castanias

Natalie Bokota in memory


Kathleen A. DeLaney

Daniel M. Grove

Associates Justin V. Czubaroff

Lauren E. Minto Dean’s Circle Director

Dominique K. O’Neill

Erin R. Schrantz

Jason M. Torres



Lasca M. Alekseevna


Dean’s Circle Director

Jessica E. Barth

Kathryn E. Gordon

Laurie N. Robinson Haden

Angela R. Karras Neboyskey

Michael E. Heintz

David A. Neboyskey

Jennifer M. Herrmann

John D. Snethen

Matthew R. King

Kendall H. Millard

Laura Thomas

Lena N. Snethen

of Colleen Kristl Pauwels

Mark A. Drewes

Matthew T. Furton

Robert D. Krieg




Dean’s Circle Directors

Brad E. Burnett

Nancy J. Guyott

Elizabeth Stuart John

Sandip H. Patel

Jennifer L. Chelf

Vandhana Balasubramanian

Cara F. Debbaudt

Benjamin P. Beringer

Nicholas C. Pappas

Nestor F. Ho

Ian G. John

Frederick W. Schultz

Sean T. Devenney

Gabriel Bender

Joshlene A. Pollock

Bonnie L. Foster

Kellye Y. Testy

Jason P. Lueking

Bret D. Raper

Jennifer K. Schultz

Rebecca W. Geyer

James E. Fisher

Matthew Silverman

David A. Foster

Michael A. Wheeler

Matthew M. Price

Mary E. Tuuk

Ketaki Sircar

Andrew S. Paine

Christina A. Joros

Jaime L. Turley-Perz

Kevin E. Steele


Kevin Tessier

April R. Schilling

Robert S. Meitus

Jennifer L. Weber

Stacee E. Williams

Germaine M. Willett

Sandra Perry


Michael D. Zima

Cynthia Storer Baran


Dean’s Circle Directors

Rebecca Nikirk Zima

Carla D. Boddy

William M. Braman

Eric A. Hobson

Shannon L. Clark



Dean’s Circle Directors

Mark A. Dittrich

Lisa C. McKinney


Jennifer Kelly Fardy

Dean’s Circle Directors



Chanho Park

Mark B. Gramelspacher

Courtney R. Tobin

Dean’s Circle Benefactors

Hank H. Kim

Roger P. Colinvaux

Dean’s Circle Directors

Daniel P. King

Inge M. Van Der Cruysse

David C. Milne

Raymond A. Limon

Troy D. Farmer

Julie M. Florida

Brian J. Lally

Meagan K. Milne

William E. Padgett

Julie A. Veach

Jason D. Kimpel

Marc F. Malooley


Damon R. Leichty

Thomas J. Treutler

Nicole F. Cammarota

William C. Hermann


Gerald B. Zelenock, Jr.

Kelly A. Johnson


Christian J. Morrison

Steven M. Badger

Michael E. Schrader

Greg A. Bouwer

Dean’s Circle Directors

Theodore C. Stamatakos

Ronald Bush II

Dana M. Emery

John P. Fischer


Daniel B. Vinovich

Juliet M. Casper

Thomas M. Fisher

Dominic W. Glover

Ian D. Arnold

Jill T. Powlick


Christopher J. Rabideau


Shane D. Deaton

Malcolm J. Tuesley


Paula Konfal Motzel




Jacob T. Butz

Jamie L. Davis

Kaleb W. Brooks

John C. Leech

Matthew K. Beardsley

Dean’s Circle Directors

Dean’s Circle Directors

Russell C. Chaplain

Michael D. Leess

Miao Cheng

Andrew J. Meek

Jason L. Fulk

Elizabeth L. Baney

B. Anthony Blair

in memory of Leonard D.

Deborah P. Machalow

Immanuel V. Chioco

Allison L. O’Brien

Snider Page

Nathan D. Baney

Kevin T. Wiesner


Lauren A. Michaels

George S. Cressy III

Robert B. Pauszek III

Freedom S. Smith

Jacob B. Schtevie

William R. Lafleur II

Peter B. Robbins

Corey J. Dunn

Justin R. Przezdziecki


William C. Lawrence

Nicholas C. Roberts

Alysa Feld

Priya N. Purohit


Rachel Leahey

Michael C. Mattingly

Scott A. Skiles

Katharine B. Fischman

Connor J. Richards

Aaron B. Niskode-Dossett

David A. Munkittrick

David E. Okun

Emily A. Storm-Smith

Michael L. Francescani

Cameron D. Ritsema

Brett R. Furmanski

Ilir Sadiku

Nathaniel M. Uhl John R. Worth 2005

James S. Park


Joshua D. Poelstra

Megan McMahon Okun

Carmen L. Brun


Daniel H. Perez


Sarah M. Goodman

Brad Schlotter

Robert Henson

Caleb P. Phillips


Joseph R. Hedinger

Samuel A. Seeds

Jill M. Laptosky

Keith P. Rahman

Drew C. Ambrose in memory

Eric E. Leist

Abhishek K. Shah

Patrick C. Thomas

of Douglass G. Boshkoff

Brian J. O’Neill

Shea L. Smock

Leticia C. Mayberry Wright

Neil C. Baker in honor of

Alex M. Ooley

Matthew C. Snodgrass

Daniel O. Conkle

Nathan Pagryzinski

Jeffrey M. Soller

Rachael N. Clark


Renea E. Hooper

Dustin R. DeNeal

John K. Nowiejski

Jane E. Glynn


Laura A. Harbison



William P. Harbison

Caridad Austin


Lydia A. Barbash-Riley

Andrew R. Penman

Alexander J. Spindler

Katherine A. Miltner

Laura J. Koenig

Timothy C. Flowers

Dean’s Circle Benefactor

Lori Chen

Christopher B. Roberts

Caitlin T. Stanfel

Melissa M. Mortimer

Jason Liao

Zachary C. Raibley

Megan M. Klaeger

Molly A. Crow

Sarah L. Rounsifer

Anna K. Sturges

Kevin J. Rapp

Lauran M. Sturm

Gregory C. Touney

Hannah M. Dill

Daniel W. Sheinfeld

John E. Tejcek


Jordan R. Downham

Jamal A. Sowell

Alexander J. Thibodeau



Zachary S. Heck

Caleb A. Ellis in honor of

Rebecca M. Spangler

Andrew E. Warnecke

Andrea P. Steinhoff John S. Wills

Dean’s Circle Directors

Dean’s Circle Directors

Jonathon E. Hitz

Philip G. Rizzo

Michael A. Tenenboym

Ningye Yu


Christina L. Clark

Sarah C. Kessler

Jennifer A. Rulon

Ryan M. Filker

Antonia C. White

Ashley R. Zimmerman

Dean’s Circle Visionary

Nicholas R. Blesch Clark

Paul E. Vaglica

Jay D. Rumbach

Benjamin P. Gettinger

Annie R. Xie

Christina M. Finn

Amy M. Foust

Leah L. Seigel

Emma K. Gormley in memory

David A. Meek II

of Douglass G. Boshkoff



Mengying Guan



Dean’s Circle Directors

James Parker

Kellie M. Barr


Jordan K. Baker

Benjamin R. Holt

Vladimir E. Arrieta

Matthew B. Barr

Faye L. Hedinger


Janelle R. Bovell

Skyler B. Hutto

Nia I. Ballard

Judith E. Golitko

Adam M. Henry

Scott A. Allen

Matthew E. Burkhart

Ryan S. Kelly II

Gina M. Bettag

Kimberly Richardson

Charles C. Jiang

Daniel Buigas

Christopher A. Fyall

Richard G. LaFosse

Brooke H. Blackwell

Anna Meyer Simpson

James F. Olds

Lucas M. Fields

Matthew A. Hutchens

Matthew R. Lowry

Chelsea J. Chalk

Rebekah L. Shulman

Blake R. Hartz

Scott A. Krapf

William A. McCarthy

Lucy B. Chauvin

Joseph T. Hynes

Patrick J. Lamondia

Caitlin B. Pyrce

Halston D. Edmonds

Joshua L. Christie


Justin O. Sorrell

Kyle B. Lawrence

Landyn W. Rookard

William M. Etienne

Kevin R. Mason-Smith

Dean’s Circle Director

Lauren C. Sorrell

Michael M. Novak

Brianna L. Sammons

Jessica M. Falender

Joel R. Meyer

Laura M. Walda

Nathan B. Wenk

Ashley A. O’Neil

Stephanie N. Slone

Nicholas Franklin

Ryan W. Wright

Scott L. Russell

Melanie Sulkin

Stephanie D. Goldkopf

Sarah M. Studzinski

Adam D. Zacher

Abby E. Goreham


Christopher W. Smith Lesli M. Sorensen


Shana C. Stump

Amanda R. Whiffing


Stephen M. Tye

Dean’s Circle Director

John M. Westercamp


Emily J. Grothoff

Cedric A. Gordon

Juliana Yanez


Lucas J. Habeeb

Joseph R. Pellegrino

Allison K. Hendrickson

Trevor K. Gresham



Yvette M. Alex-Assensoh

Keirian A. Brown

George B. Coleman

Kathleen E. Field



Robert E. Downey

Tyler D. Helmond

Christopher M. Chamness



Edward M. Huggins

Jessica L. Merkel

Nathan L. Hutchings

Jeremy S. Votaw

Jennifer M. Alberts

Erica N. Beers

Gabrielle A. Koenig

Adam C. Shields

Michala P. Irons

Stephen L. Briles

Richard P. Benson

Ja Ryong Ku

Daniel Tounsel III

Troy D. Liggett


Francesca M. Cardillo

Nicole A. Berwick

Lisa M. La Fornara

Denise A. Walker

Munjot Sahu

Robert C. Allega

Jordan L. Couch

Benjamin P. Beuchel

Matthew R. Land

Barbara T. Andraka-Christou

Martin H. Cozzola

Jayce L. Born

Melissa A. Latini


Michael J. Herrmann


Dean’s Circle Visionaries

Luis E. Fuentes-Rohwer

Harold Cohen

Denise A. Malayeri

Amy G. Applegate

Joseph L. Hoffmann

Stephen A. Conrad

Ajay K. Mehrotra

John S. Applegate

Mary Hoffmann

Cynthia O. Cook

Stephen Miller

Denise B. Birnbaum

Aaron L. Hosey

Steven C. Cook

Susan Miller

Ruth O. Boshkoff

Lisa G. Hosey

Laura B. Daghe

Lorna L. Moir

Kathleen Harrold

Sarah J. Hughes

Kenneth G. Dau-Schmidt

Jennifer L. Morgan

Jayanth K. Krishnan

Dawn E. Johnsen

Helen J. Denny

Ann F. Morine

Cynthia J. Laymon

Hon. Brent E. Dickson

Harry D. Morine

Dean’s Circle Benefactors

Terrance E. Laymon

Jan A. Dickson

Elizabeth J. O’Donnell

Fred C. Aman, Jr.

Leandra Lederman

Catherine E. Dyar

Jacob M. O’Neill

Carol J. Greenhouse

Brian Lewis

Meredith J. Eads

Michelle O’Neill

Gary W. McFarron

Sarah E. Luse

Rita L. Eads

Rebecca A. Polcz

Christiana Ochoa

W K. Luse

Mary K. Emison

Janis L. Randall

Austen Parrish

Timothy E. Lynch

Jane L. Eslick

Jarrod Rice

Leslie A. Parrish

Helen M. McCrae

Jonathan A. Fisch

Dale B. Roberts

David C. Williams

Susannah Mroz

Marcia E. Fisch

Michele S. Roberts

Susan H. Williams

Donna M. Nagy

Jerome K. Finn

Margaret A. Robison

Aviva A. Orenstein

Jill Curry Finn

Alisa M. Rosales

Dean’s Circle Directors

Sylvia Orenstein

Cynthia M. Fish

Thomas L. Ryan

Cyan Banister

Scott Pitkin

James D. Fish

Christopher L. Schaler II

Scott Banister

Jennifer Prusak

Pamela C. Foohey

Edward Schrager

Patricia L. Brotherson

Byungki So

Sophia C. Goodman

Ryan W. Scott

Roberta M. Gumbel

Joseph A. Tomain

Andrew R. Guest

Beverly O. Stratman

Andrew D. Hendry

Robert G. Waddle

Janet K. Guest

Karen J. Stubbs

Mary Hendry

Shana M. Wallace

Kristin Guest

Pawel Szymanski

Janet Hall

Jay G. Taylor

Soo K. Kim


Betty B. Lofton


Michael A. Hart

Jacalyn S. Tejcek

Matthew S. Metz

Kendra L. Abercrombie

Justin Hays

Jack E. Tejcek

Hon. Edward W. Najam, Jr.

Katice A. Albert

Preston K. Henry

Brady Thompson

Donald J. Polden

Deborah Atlas

Edward W. Herrmann

Flora M. Valentine

Susan Polden

Christopher E. Baker

Yamini Hingorani

Kenneth B. Valentine

Janet E. Stake

LuAnn M. Baker Michael E. Bauer

Hsu M. Huang Shi-Mu Huang

Martha M. VanStone

Jeffrey E. Stake Harry L. Wallace

Wilma L. Bauer

Katy Hunt

Maria S. Vellios

Carwina Weng

Elizabeth A. Beck

Michael J. Jeffirs

Carmen G. Ventanilla

Patricia D. Wright, M.D.

John D. Beck

Carol S. Johnson

Oscar C. Ventanilla, Jr.

Peter D. Wright

Thomas F. Beck

Brian Joros

Cynthia Wackerbarth Paul H. Wackerbarth

Frank R. Vaughan

Jeannine Bell

Sue Ann Kalleres


Gerald L. Bepko

Lois Katzman-Sheinfeld

Robert G. Waddle

The Law School extends a special thanks to these non-alumni

Jeffrey Appel

Jean C. Bepko

Rachel J. Keith in memory of

Gregory W. Wagner

donors whose support reflects their close ties to the school.

Shauna Appel

Elizabeth R. Birch

Karen S. Wagner

A. James Barnes

Barbara J. Breitung

James E. Koran

Robert Wells

David L. Bosco

Cameron L. Bryan

Mary J. Koran

Maureen Wilkin

Barbara J. Briggs

Matthew Buck

John W. Leech

Michael J. Wilkin

Brian J. Broughman

Frank Burleigh

Sheila M. Leech

Lisa L. Wojihoski

Sylvia Y. Chou

Hannah L. Buxbaum

Paul E. Leopold III

Albert W. Wurster

Marilyn A. Emerson

Mary J. Chapman

Yongyuan Li

Joshua Zimmerman

Elizabeth A. Feeney

Nida V. Chioco

Herbert T. Lovelace, Jr.

Kay Finn

Matthew R. Christ

Jerry J. Maciejewski

Laura Foster

Christopher G. Coffey

Lisa A. Maciejewski

Catherine A. Fuentes-Rohwer

Stephanie J. Coffey

Margaret Maes



Russell T. Keith

CORPORATIONS, FOUNDATIONS, AND LAW FIRMS Gifts from the special friends of the Law School support its many programs.

Dean’s Circle Visionaries Benevity Social Ventures Inc. Conservation Law Center Inc. Davidson Family Trust Eli Lilly & Company Eugene & Marilyn Glick Foundation Corporation Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Jewish Federation of Cleveland John W. Anderson Foundation Martha H. Miller Foundation Maurice B. Miller Memorial Scholarship Trust Motivate Publishing National Philanthropic Trust Saltsburg Fund Charitable Trust Schwab Charitable Fund The U.S. Russia Foundation

Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom LLP Strada Education Network Wabash Valley Community Foundation Partners Ally Financial, Inc. Aon Foundation Brown County Community Foundation Coridan Law Office LLC Fitzpatrick Charitable Foundation General Electric Foundation Reese Law Firm Renaissance Charitable Foundation Rhys Corporation Law Office of Todd J. Stearn, P.C.

The following organizations made a direct gift or matched contributions from

Associates Burke, Warren, MacKay & Serritella, P.C. In memory of Hon. Steve R. Caldemeyer, Hon. David L. Hanselman, and Hon. Tracy E. Page J. Casper, P.A. Choate Hall & Stewart LLP in memory of Janice N. Cohen Chubb – Philadelphia Combined Jewish Philanthropies Coriden Coriden Andrews & Glover LLC Deloitte Foundation Law Firm of Mark A. Drewes Frost Brown Todd LLC — Louisville Law Offices of Robert W. Gevers II P.C. Rebecca W. Geyer & Associates PC H. Michelle Gregory LLC Honigman Miller Schwartz & Cohn The Law Office of William W. Hurst Indiana Judges Association JJC Charitable Trust Jones Day Kahn, Dees, Donovan & Kahn, LLP Kirkland & Ellis LLP Law Office of Mitchell A. Kline Alicia J. McClean, Attorney At Law National Christian Foundation Law Offices of Arthur C. Nordhoff, Jr. Premier Healthcare Solutions, Inc. Roy and Casper LLC Ryan Moore Cook & Hunter, Inc. Scopelitis, Garvin, Light, Hanson & Feary PC Shell Oil Company Foundation Silicon Laboratories, Inc. US Charitable Gift Trust Lisa L. Wojihoski, Attorney at Law

Dean’s Circle Benefactors Austin Community Foundation Baker & Hostetler LLP Cook Alex McFarron Manzo Cummings & Mehler Ltd. ExxonMobil Foundation Faegre Baker Daniels Foundation Jackson Lewis, P.C. KPMG Foundation Lumina Foundation for Education Inc. Novus Law LLC Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C. Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP

alumni and friends of the school.

Dean’s Circle Directors Anurima Deshpande Amarchand & Mangadas & Suresh A. Shroff & Co. Central Indiana Community Foundation Community Foundation of Greater Elkhart Demarest & Almeida Donors Trust, Inc. Emerson Electric Company Ernst & Young Foundation Faegre Baker Daniels LLP Gary and Paula Gerling Foundation Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum Jewish Federation of Greater Indianapolis, Inc. Jordan & Zito LLC Lilly Endowment Inc. Lincoln Financial Foundation, Inc. Malu Limited Maurer Family Foundation Inc McKinney Family Foundation ONEOK, Inc. Foundation Ruth and Peter Metz Family Foundation Salin Bancshares, Inc.



Access to Justice Fund

W K. Luse

Barbara J. Breitung

Susannah Mroz

Lorna L. Moir

Clarine Nardi Riddle, ’74

Carwina Weng

Joseph A. Tomain David C. Williams

Antonio Curiel Memorial Scholarship

Susan H. Williams

Maria Luz Corona, ’81 Renee Mawhinney McDermott, ’78

Center for Intellectual Property Research

Donald J. Polden

Anne E. Aikman-Scalese, ’78

Susan Polden

Scott A. Allen, ’12 Bruce J. Artim, ’82

ENDOWED AND SPECIAL GIFTS HONOR ROLL We gratefully acknowledge the donors who honor loved ones, friends, and colleagues with gifts to endowed funds. We also thank donors who have made memorial and honorary gifts.

Applegate Public Interest Fellowship Fund

Daniel D. Fetterley, ’59

Amy G. Applegate

Blake R. Hartz, ’12

John C. Applegate

Norman J. Hedges, ’98 Benjamin R. Holt, ’16

Arnold H. Gerberding Indiana Law Journal Fund

Mark D. Janis, ’89

Greta Cowart, ’85

Brian J. Lally, ’01

T. David Cowart

Douglas W. Nutt, ’71

Alice Howard

Sandip H. Patel, ’96

Edward Howard

Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP Thomas J. Treutler, ’01 in memory of Leonard D. Fromm

Arthur P. Kalleres Memorial Scholarship

Nathan B. Wenk, ’12

Phillip L. Bayt, ’80

Angela M. Yoon, ’02

Sarah K. Funke, ’94

Hongsun Yoon, ’02

Philip C. Genetos, ’77 in memory of Evan Steger

James P. Zeller, ’76

Sue Ann Kalleres David O. Tittle, ’67

Center for Law, Society and Culture Fund

Nathaniel M. Uhl, ’04

Anonymous in honor of Victor D. Quintanilla

Germaine W. Willett, ’98

Pamela C. Foohey Laura Foster

Bernard Harrold Scholarship

Scott Pitkin

Kathleen Harrold in memory of Bernard E. Harrold, ’51, Inc. Victor D. Quintanilla

Brian and Barbara Williams Scholarship Barbara Williams

Charles Wilson Memorial Scholarship

Brian P. Williams, ’81

T. Rowe Price Program for Charitable Giving, Inc. Roberta M. Gumbel

Burchfield Bridge-to-Practice Fund

James J. Weber, ’84

Thomas E. Burchfield, ’61 Child Advocacy Program Business Law Audit Summer Program — Segal Fellows

Karen L. Hsu, ’99

John M. Segal, ’71

Jeffrey B. Rubenstein, ’83 Rebecca L. Wilkinson, ’83

Center for Constitutional Democracy Jack A. Bobo, ’96 for the board of advisors scholarship

Christiana Ochoa Maurer School of Law Fund

Pamela S. Coffey, ’94

Christiana Ochoa

Harry L. Gonso, ’73 Jeffrey C. Kessler

Class of 1979 Scholarship Fund

Sarah C. Kessler, ’12

Jane Alshuler, ’79

Sarah E. Luse

Jeffrey A. Burger, ’79 Darcy J. Chamberlin, ’79



Class of 1997 Scholarship Fund

Douglass G. Boshkoff Memorial Scholarship

Jackson Lewis Labor and Employment Law Scholarship

Gerald F. George, ’69

Troy D. Farmer, ’97

Ruth O. Boshkoff

Jackson Lewis LLP

Michael P. Gray, ’76

Lilly Endowment Inc.

W. James Hamilton, ’97

Johanna J. Maple, ’97

Wendy Melone Hamilton, ’97

John F. “Jack” Kimberling Scholarship

Zachary S. Heck, ’14

Andrew D. Hendry

Estate of John F. Kimberling, ’50

William W. Hurst, ’66

Colleen Kristl Pauwels Memorial Fund

Mary Hendry

Troy D. Farmer, ’97

Christina K. Kalavritinos, ’80

Gregory M. Bokota, ’91

Arthur C. Nordhoff, Jr., ’65

Natalie Bokota, ’91

Stephen J. Williams, ’65

James H. Fariss

Bryan H. Hall, ’87

Robert P. Kassing, ’64 Justice Juanita Kidd Stout Professorship

D. Casey Kobi, ’01

Alfred C. Aman, Jr.

Mary J. Lapointe, ’87

Linda K. Fariss, ’88

Entrepreneurship Law Clinic Fund

Dianne Brown

Elliot D. Levin, ’66

James E. Koran

George S. Cressy III, ’17

Kevin D. Brown

Lars H. Liebeler, ’87

Mary J. Koran

Michael E. Flannery, ’83

Catherine A. Fuentes-Rohwer

Joseph H. Marxer, ’87

Luis E. Fuentes-Rohwer

Rufus W. McKinney, ’56

Margaret Maes Jennifer L. Morgan

Eugene & Jane Fletchall Scholarship

Carol J. Greenhouse

Doyal E. McLemore, Jr., ’77

Frank R. Vaughan

Ann F. Morine

Julia C. Lamber, ’72

Anthony W. Mommer, ’68

Harry D. Morine

Leandra Lederman

James D. Moore, ’77

Austen Parrish

Christopher A. Nichols, ’88

Craig M. Bradley Criminal Law and Procedure Fund Joseph L. Hoffmann

Faegre Baker & Daniels LLP Pro Bono Fellowship

Leslie A. Parrish

Stephen H. Paul, ’72

Mary Hoffmann

Faegre Baker & Daniels Foundation

Lauren K. Robel, ’83

Janet Ruesch, ’70

D. Michael Allen Find a Way Student Scholarship

G.S. Eslick Scholarship

Kathleen St. Louis Professionalism in Law Workshop Series

David S. Sidor, ’72

David M. Allen, ’00

Jane L. Eslick in memory of Gordon S. Eslick, ’63

Kathleen M. St. Louis, ’84

Anna Meyer Simpson, ’06

Jennifer A. Rulon, ’14

Hon. Sarah M. Singleton, ’74 David E. Greene & Barbara J. Bealer Scholarship

Gary and Denise Birnbaum Scholarship

Kenneth and Louise Yahne Scholarship

Hon. Geoffrey G. Slaughter, ’89

Barbara J. Bealer

Denise B. Birnbaum in memory of Gary Birnbaum, ’76

Kenneth R. Yahne, ’68

Gary D. Spivey, ’70

Louise A. Yahne

Lauran M. Sturm, ’07

David E. Greene, ’74 Gary W. McFarron Intellectual Property Scholarship

Anthony C. Sullivan, ’89

Dean’s Incentive Fund

Cook Alex McFarron, Manzo, Cummings & Mehler Ltd.

Kenneth L. Turchi Dean’s Incentive Fund

Hon. Frank E. Sullivan, Jr., ’82

Christopher A. Bloom, ’75

Gary W. McFarron

Kenneth L. Turchi, ’83

Jay G. Taylor, ’67

Hon. James M. Carr, ’75

James N. Videbeck, ’73

Gregory A. Castanias, ’90 Catherine A. Conway, ’78

George N. Lewis M.D. Memorial Scholarship

Michael E. Flannery, ’83

Elliot R. Lewis, ’87

Kellye T. Testy, ’91 L.H. Wallace Teaching Award

Joan E. Tupin-Crites, ’91

Malu Limited

Richard D. Wagner, ’60 Edwin Fitch Walmer, ’57

Law Journal Sustaining Fund

Kent H. Westley, ’68

V. William Hunt, ’69

Gibson-Wells Scholarship for Excellence

Scott B. Ainsworth, ’88

John R. Worth, ’04

R. Neil Irwin, ’71

Bonnie K. Gibson, ’78

Bryan H. Babb, ’99

Susan Hutz Worth, ’01

Robert P. Kassing, ’64

Jeffery W. Winkler

Cyan Banister

Robert H. Wright, ’91

Laurie N. Robinson Haden, ’98

Scott Banister

Ryan W. Wright, ’12

Edward W. Najam, Jr.

Glenn and Donna Scolnik Clinical Chair

David O. Barrett, ’95

Kenneth J. Yerkes, ’83

Stephen H. Paul, ’72

Conservation Law Center Inc.

R. Benjamin Bush, ’56

Charles O. Ziemer, ’64

Donald W. Buttrey, ’61

Laura A. Zwicker, ’91

Mary N. Larimore, ’80

Stephen J. Peters, ’80 Steven M. Post, ’77

Harry T. Ice Memorial Fund

Francesca M. Cardillo, ’15

Elissa J. Preheim, ’96

Karen E. Arland, ’82

Larry L. Chubb, ’89

Law Library Fund

James G. Richmond, ’69

Myra L. Willis, ’81

John F. Crawford, ’73

Wayne D. Boberg, ’78

Richard J. Darko, ’68

Juliet M. Casper, ’92

Timothy J. Riffle, ’83 Randolph L. Seger, ’72

Holly Yoakum Memorial Scholarship

Jeffrey S. Davidson, ’73

Kathleen C. Gillmore, ’72

Judith A. Waltz, ’81 in honor of Austen Parrish

Kellie M. Barr, ’06

Helen J. Denny in memory of Michael J. Denny

Rachel Leahey, ’10

Matthew B. Barr, ’06

Robert A. Dubault, ’95

Renee M. McDermott, ’78

Donald P. Dorfman Scholarship

Christina M. Finn, ’06

Daniel C. Emerson, ’79

Lauren E. Minto, ’02

Donald P. Dorfman, ’57

Kay Finn in memory of Holly L. Yoakum

William A. Freihofer, ’58

Lawrence T. Oates, ’87



Rhys Corporation

Robert W. Eherenman, ’92

Carleton P. Palmer IV, ’99

Mark S. and Karin Wojciechowski Scholarship

George P. Smith, II, ’64 in honor of Linda K. Fariss

Cynthia M. Fish

Angela J. Parker, ’94

Karin Wojciechowski

Ann R. Vaughan, ’78

James D. Fish

James Parker, ’12

Mark S. Wojciechowski, ’81

James H. Vaughan, Jr.

Rose E. Gallagher, ’99

Gilbert R. Perez, ’84

Susan L. Willey, ’80

Dominic W. Glover, ’97

Pamela S. Perkinson, ’92

Maurer School of Law Student Support

Aaron N. Goldberger, ’99

Jeffrey P. Petrich, ’84

Arend J. Abel, ’86

Lawrence Bridge-to-Practice Fund

Kathryn E. Gordon, ’03

Joshua D. Poelstra, ’07

Patrick S. Cross, ’93

Grace M. Lawrence

Nancy J. Guyott, ’93

Joshlene A. Pollock, ’03

Theodore J. Ferguson, ’80

William C. Lawrence, ’79

Terry L. Harrell, ’89

Kevin C. Powell, ’97

Carol M. Seaman, ’82 Willoughby G. Sheane, Jr., ’73

Andrea Havill

Bret D. Raper, ’95

Len Fromm Emergency Scholarship Fund

Scott E. Herbst, ’92

Kevin J. Rapp, ’05

Barbara T. Andraka-Christou, ’13

William C. Hermann, ’90

Jon F. Reynolds, Jr., ’88

McLoughlin Family Scholarship

Patricia L. Brotherson

Marion P. Herrington, ’85

Peter B. Robbins, ’15

Michael T. McLoughlin, ’72

Christopher M. Chamness, ’13

Nestor F. Ho, ’93

Stanley H. Rorick, ’87

Susie McLoughlin

Russell C. Chaplain, ’13

Michael D. Huber, ’85

Jeffrey B. Rubenstein, ’83

Jamie L. Davis, ’15

Matthew A. Hutchens, ’14

Manish S. Sampat, ’97

Michael and Lori Flannery Business and Law Fellowship

William R. Lafleur II, ’13

Lisa Jordan Jankowski, ’97

Stephen E. Scheele, ’96

Michael E. Flannery, ’83

Michael C. Mattingly, ’13

Carol A. Nemeth Joven, ’94

Michael E. Schrader, ’90

Lori A. Flannery

Caleb P. Phillips, ’13

James A. Joven, ’92

David H. Schwartz, ’95

Keith P. Rahman, ’13

Jeffrey E. Kimmell, ’95

Melinda J. Schwer, ’96

Michael K. Guest Memorial Scholarship

Leticia C. Mayberry Wright, ’13

Daniel P. King, ’01

Michael D. Scott, ’88

Andrew R. Guest

Karol H. Krohn, ’84 in memory of Patrick L. Baude

Rebekah L. Shulman, ’08

Janet K. Guest

Leonard D. Fromm Memorial Fund

Nicholas F. Lancaster, ’99

Ketaki Sircar, ’96

Kristin Guest

George H. Abel, II, ’84

Michael B. Langford, ’94

Douglas D. Small, ’83

Robert G. Andree, Jr., ’82

James P. Leahey, ’95

Freedom S. Smith, ’04

Michael S. Maurer Scholarship

Caridad Austin, ’11

Damon R. Leichty, ’99

Lesli M. Sorensen, ’06

Millard D. Lesch, ’67

Peter G. Bakas, ’82

Arthur Andrew Lopez, ’83

Justin O. Sorrell, ’12

Wendy L. Lesch

Jordan K. Baker, ’14

Kaarin M. Lueck, ’02

Lauren C. Sorrell, ’12

Vandhana Balasubramanian, ’00 in memory of

Jason P. Lueking, ’93

Madonna K. Starr, ’82

Michael S. and Janie Maurer Scholarships

Shivani A. Balasubramanian

Marc F. Malooley, ’01

Andrea P. Steinhoff, ’05

Gerald L. Bepko

William W. Barrett, ’89

Natalie A. Mason, ’91

Kevin Tessier, ’96

Jean C. Bepko

Gary S. Batke, ’85

Raoul K. Maitra, ’97

Jeffrey A. Thinnes, ’84

Aaron L. Hosey

Matthew K. Beardsley, ’04

Joanne C. McAnlis, ’94

Jason M. Torres, ’02

Lisa G. Hosey

Benjamin P. Beringer, ’90

Peter C. McCabe III, ’85

Gregory C. Touney, ’11

Janie K. Maurer

Adam J. Berlin, ’99

Thomas McNulty, ’83

Daniel Tounsel III, ’06

Michael S. Maurer, ’67

Maarten Bout

Leslie S. Mead, ’84

Stephen M. Tye, ’14

Austen Parrish

Janelle R. Bovell, ’14

Jessica L. Merkel, ’06

Donald J. Vogel, ’85

Albert W. Wurster

Daniel Buigas, ’12

Julia E. Merkt, ’81

Norris K. Wang, ’83

Robert W. Burt, Jr., ’97

Matthew J. Miller, ’92

Mark J. Wassink, ’92

Milt and Judi Stewart Center on the Global Legal Profession

Andrew L. Cameron, ’86

David C. Milne, ’94

Martha M. Wentworth, ’90

International Summer Internship Program

John R. Carr, III, ’74

Megan K. Milne, ’94

John M. Westercamp, ’14

Amarchand Mangaldas & Suresh A. Shroff & Co.

Rachael Clark, ’05

Angela R. Karras Neboyskey, ’00

Michael A. Wheeler, ’91

Anurima Deshpande

Shannon L. Clark, ’95

David A. Neboyskey, ’00

Amanda R. Whiffing, ’09

Demarest & Almeida

James L. Cooper, ’91

Anne E. Norris, ’85

Rebecca L. Wilkinson, ’83

Robert P. Kassing, ’64

Michael K. Davis, ’87

Patrice A. Ocken, ’87

Juliana Yanez, ’14

Jayanth K. Krishnan

Cara F. Debbaudt, ’03

Ashley A. O’Neil, ’14

Mark A. Dittrich, ’90

Dominique K. O’Neill, ’02

Marilyn Wheeler Pendergast Scholarship

Novus Law LLC

Mark A. Drewes, ’93

Aviva A. Orenstein

Wabash Valley Community Foundation

Milton R. Stewart, ’71

Dawn C. Wrona Eby, ’92

Timothy J. Ormes, ’87

Vicki J. Edwards-Moore, ’80

Andrew S. Paine, ’98


Motivate Publishing

Judi A. Stewart


Milt and Judi Stewart Law Professorship

Robert Wells

Student Organizations Fund

Judi Stewart

Antonia C. White, ’17

Katrice A. Albert in honor of R. Anthony Prather Lasca M. Alekseevna, ’00 for Williams Moot Court Competition

Milton R. Stewart, ’71 R. Neil & Michele Irwin Scholarship

Christina L. Clark, ’08 for Williams Moot Court Competition

Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart Fellowship in

Michele K. Irwin

Nicholas R. Blesch Clark, ’08 for Williams Moot Court

Labor & Employment Law and Diversity Scholarship

R. Neil Irwin, ’71

Competition John Fischer, ’97 for Williams Moot Court Competition

Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C. Patrick L. Baude Scholarship

Rapheal M. Prevot, Jr. Memorial Scholarship

Robert Henson, ’10 for Williams Moot Court Competition

Carla D. Boddy, ’95

Troy D. Liggett, ’09 for Williams Moot Court Competition Jeffrey B. Rubenstein, ’83

Brenda E. Knowles, ’77 Richardson/Tinder/Logan Scholarship Public &

Laura Thomas, ’00 for Williams Moot Court Competition

Public Interest Law Fellowship

Community Service Scholarship

Albert J. Velasquez, ’73 for BLSA and LLSA

Kendra L. Abercrombie

Andrew C. Mallor, ’74

Rebecca L. Wilkinson, ’83

Alfred C. Aman, Jr.

Jane A. Mallor, ’76

Annie R. Xie, ’17 for PACE National Environmental Law

Amy G. Applegate

John F. “Jeff” Richardson, ’77 in honor of Tomilea Allison

Deborah Atlas

Robert and Darlene Duvin Scholarship

Steven and Ursula Post Access to Justice Programming

Kevin G. Baer, ’93

Darlene Duvin

Fund and Expungement Help Desk Fund

A. James Barnes

Robert P. Duvin, ’61

Steven M. Post, ’77

Moot Court Competition

John S. Applegate

Ursula M. Post

Jeannine Bell David L. Bosco

S. Hugh & Samuel E. Dillin Scholarship

Brian J. Broughman

Barbara J. Briggs

Susan Blankenbaker Noyes JD/MBA Scholarship

Cameron L. Bryan

Jill T. Powlick, ’95

Susan Blankenbaker Noyes, ’83

Matthew Buck

Robert G. Waddle

Martin H. Cozzola, ’15

Patricia D. Wright, M.D.

Sydney L. and Pamela Steele Scholarship

Laura B. Daghe

Peter D. Wright

Sydney L. Steele, ’64

Carol J. Greenhouse

Sig Beck Award

V. Sue Shields Endowed Scholarship

Justin Hays

Elizabeth A. Beck in memory of Sigmund J. Beck

Christopher E. Baker

Hon. John M. Hamilton, ‘86

John D. Beck

LuAnn M. Baker

Preston K. Henry

Thomas F. Beck

Sue A. Beesley, ’80

Robert E. Downey, ’06

Hon. Basil H. Lorch III, ’74

Sarah J. Hughes Dawn Johnsen

Simmons-Schnellenberger Scholarship

Bryan A. Richards, ’89

Megan M. Klaeger, ’14

Thomas F. Schnellenberger, Jr., ’79

Hon. V. Sue Shields, ’61

Jayanth K. Krishnan

Jacqueline A. Simmons, ’79 V. William Hunt Scholarship

Paul E. Leopold III Herbert T. Lovelace, Jr.

Social Justice Scholarship

Nancy Hunt

Denise A. Malayeri


V. William Hunt, ’69

Sylvia Orenstein

Stephen F. Burns Professorship on the Legal Profession

Val Nolan Endowed Chair

David A. Pesel, ’86

Stephen F. Burns, ’68

Ellwood W. Lewis, Jr., ’54

Cynthia J. Reichard, ’84

Stephen H. Paul Scholarship

Viola J. Taliaferro Family and Children Mediation Law Clinic

Alisa Rosales

Deborah L. Paul

Hon. Brent Dickson in memory of George Taliaferro

Robert Ruff

Stephen H. Paul, ’72

Jan A. Dickson

Matthew Silverman, ’03

Stephen P. Jeffirs Memorial Scholarship

Willard and Margaret Carr Professorship in

Hon. Ellen K. Thomas, ’73

Michael J. Jeffirs

Labor & Employment Law

Christian J. Morrison, ’90

Jennifer Prusak

Ryan W. Scott

Inge M. Van der Cruysse, ’04

Margaret Carr

Shana M. Wallace

Willard Z. Carr, Jr., ’50





January 1-December 31, 2018

January 1-December 31, 2018



Class Year

Class Agent(s)


Randy L. Seger


Robert P. Kassing




Law Firm Solicitor(s)

Barnes & Thornburg

Randal J. Kaltenmark and Timothy J. Riffle


Faegre Baker Daniels

Patrick S. Cross and Mark E. Wright


Thomas M. Hamilton, Jr. and John L. Pogue


Bingham Greenebaum Doll

Margaret Christensen



Keith E. White


Ice Miller

Phillip C. Genetos



James S. Kowalik and Ted A. Waggoner


Bose McKinney & Evans

Bryan Babb, Robert P. Kassing, and Lisa C. McKinney



James L. Whitlatch and Stephen J. Hackman


Jones Day

Gregory A. Castanias



David L. Ferguson and R. William Jonas, Jr.


Stuart & Branigin

Thomas R. McCully and Marianne Mitten Owen



Vacant 41,240

Taft Stettinius & Hollister

Thomas A. Barnard



J. Adam Bain


Kahn Dees Donovan & Kahn

Brian P. Williams



Shannon L. Clark and Matthew T. Furton


Frost Brown Todd

Randall R. Riggs and Heather L. Wilson


$ 71,250



$ 39,130


Class Year

Class Agent(s)

Participation Rate


Law Firm Solicitor(s)


James L. Fitzpatrick



Bose McKinney & Evans

Bryan Babb, Robert P. Kassing, and Lisa C. McKinney


Robert P. Kassing


K&L Gates

Christopher A. Bloom



Donald P. Dorfman


Yoder Ainlay Ulm & Buckingham

George E. Buckingham



Richard S. Rhodes


Bunger & Robertson

Jessica L. Merkel



Joseph T. Bumbleburg


Stuart & Branigin

Thomas R. McCully and Marianne Mitten Owen



Alan C. Witte



Larry R. Fisher



Vacant 23%


James S. Kowalik and Ted A. Waggoner



Hon. Hugo C. “Chad” Songer and Lloyd H. Milliken, Jr.





Joshua W. Abel, ’05

Jarrett A. Baughman, ’16

Chad J. Bradford, ’02

Kyle A. Cassidy, ’11

Alan Abes

Caleb J. Bean, ’14

Julianne Brainard

Gregory A. Castanias, ’90

James H. Abney, ’17

Stephen W. Beard, Jr., ’98

Richard M. Bramer, ’91

Matthew P. Castelli, ’15

Christina M. Abossedgh, ’15

Robert H. Beatson, ’13

Carly A. Brandenburg, ’07

David V. Ceryak, ’91

Hon. Shirley (Schlanger)

Alyssa Beattie Rogers, ’04

Robert C. Brandt, Jr., ’02

Mary Chavez-Culkins

Abrahamson, ’56

Kate Beatty

Bradley C. Brasser, ’00

Alexandra E. Chitwood

Brooke Adams

Renee M.T. Beaver, ’08

Rebecca Brawner

Hee Jin Cho, ’00

Kenneth J. Adams, ’00

Alan W. Becker, ’81

Terry M. Brennan, ’95

Margaret “Meg” M.

Steven B. Adams, ’84

Christopher Becker

Elizabeth Brier

Christensen, ’07

Adeyemi Adenrele

Lucy B. Bednarek, ’99

Mary Beth (Kleiser)

Abigail A. Clapp, ’99

Samira Ahmed, ’13

Jerilyn Bell

Brody, ’76

Christina L. Clark, ’08

Toshiaki Aiba, ’08

Michele Bendekovic

William J. Brody, ’76

David W. Clark, ’05

Yazeed al Rabadi

Anne A. Bennett, ’91

Melanie Broome, ’16

Rachael N. Clark, ’05

Faisal Al-Wazzab, ’08

Maria E. Bennett, ’08

Alan Brown

Rachel E. Clark, ’07

Matthew Albaugh

Micah B. Bennett, ’14

Darla S. Brown, ’88

Shannon L. Clark, ’95

Andrew Albright

Ian R. Bensberg, ’16

Dianne Brown

Brian P. Clifford, ’06

Nathan D. Alder, ’95

Caitlin Berberich

Hon. Elaine B. Brown, ’82

Christal J. Coakley, ’08

Katie Aldrich

Benjamin P. Beringer, ’90

Kevin D. Brown

Pamela S. Coffey, ’94

David J. Alfini, ’00

Adam J. Berlin, ’99

Joseph L. Brownlee, ’72

Shannon M. Cohen, ’02

Nicholas B. Alford, ’14

Martine Romy Bernard-

Amanda Brummel

Jeremy Cole

Amir R. Ali, ’11

Tucker, ’11

Carmen L. Brun, ’05

Rachel E. Collins, ’15

Larry Allen

Bradley M. Bernau, ’06

Laura S. Buchanan, ’17

Will Collins

Faris Almalki, ’17

Emily Berttucci

George E. Buckingham, ’63

Kiamesha Colom

Holly L. Amaya, ’08

Andrew W. Beyer, ’08

Erin N. Buerger, ’16

Daniel O. Conkle


Drew C. Ambrose, ’16

Megan E. Binder, ’16

Lauren P. Buford, ’07

Catherine A. Conway, ’78

William J. Anaya, ’81

Amanda L. Black, ’15

Enkhbold Bukhchuluun, ’12

Timothy M. Conway, ’85

Gary J. Anderson, M.D.

Kim Blanchet

Joseph T. Bumbleburg, ’61

Jessie A. Cook, ’79

In 2018, more than 900 alumni and friends volunteered their time in support of

Jamie Andree

Nicholas R. Blesch Clark, ’08

Matthew E. Burkhart, ’14

James L. Cooper, ’91

Angela N. Aneiros, ’09

Dave Blickenstaff

Stephen F. Burns, ’68

John T. Cooper, ’92

Holly J. Anspaugh, ’16

Alexandra J. Block, ’13

Andrew B. Buroker, ’89

David E. Corbitt, ’97

Haroon Anwar, ’09

Christopher A. Bloom, ’75

Meghan A. Burton, ’13

Braden K. Core, ’06

Samuel R. Ardery, ’83

Jack A. Bobo, ’96

Amanda E. Bushemi, ’12

Claudia Cortes

Celeste Arduino

Mindy L. Boehr, ’08

Trish Bushey

Jason W. Cottrell, ’04

Sarah Armstrong

Megan B. Boelstler, ’14

Eleanor P. Cabrere, ’93

Jordan L. Couch, ’15

Ian D. Arnold, ’01

Aleasha Boiling

Chay P. Cain, ’13

Greta E. Cowart, ’85

Sonia C. Arnold, ’01

Nicholas S. Bolduc, ’16

Viki Cain

Amber L. Cox, ’06

David A. Arthur, ’75

Kasey Bond

Brandon T. Callahan, ’14

Neville Cox

Bruce J. Artim, ’82

Peter Boonjarern

Thomas D. Cameron, ’11

Reid A. Cox, ’00

Stephanie A. Artnak, ’07

Hannah R. Bornstein, ’07

Nicole F. Cammarota, ’04

Gregory B. Coy, ’95

M.J. “Mike” Asensio III, ’85

Sara Yang Bosco, ’83

Becky Canary-King

Darren A. Craig, ’04

C. Anthony Ashford, ’96

Ellen E. Boshkoff, ’90

Francesca M. Cardillo, ’15

Robert Croft

Bryan H. Babb, ’99

Brian Bouggy

Johnna K. Carey, ’16

Stanley W. Crosley, ’94

Rebecca L. Bailey

Kellye J. Bowers, ’98

James C. Carlino, ’85

Patrick S. Cross, ’93

Jacobsen, ’06

Neal Bowling

Hon. James M. Carr, ’75

Tom Cross

J. Adam Bain, ’86

Andrew Boxberger

Willard Z. Carr, ’50

Kathleen B. Cullum, ’16

Elizabeth L. Baney, ’07

A. James Boyajian, ’10

Jerry U. Carter, II, ’13

Michael J. Cunningham, ’89

Rammy G. Barbari, ’14

Eric E. Boyd, ’86

Ralph Caruso

Hon. Gonzalo P. Curiel, ’79

Hon. Sarah Evans Barker

Kevin Boyle

Scott Carvo

Dan Currell

Kellie M. Barr, ’06

Jenai Brackett

April Caserta

Courtney E. Curtis, ’04

M. Scott Bassett, ’86

Neal Brackett

Kristen D. Casey, ’15

James W. Curtis, Jr., ’71

the Law School’s initiatives. We are honored to recognize them.



Joseph R. Dages, ’11

Philip C. Eschels, ’83

Alexandra Fuson

Daniel P. Harris, ’84

Thor Inouye

Susan Kline

Alan R. Loudermilk, ’85

Daniel R. Miller, ’89

Proloy K. Das, ’00

Barbara Eustice

Matthew S. Fuss, ’16

Herbert D. Hart III, ’77

Cynthia Y. Irani, ’06

Erica M. Knear, ’17

Kaarin M. Lueck, ’02

Radhika Miller

Rachel A. Davakis, ’14

Lauren N. Falk, ’15

Thomas P. Gannon

Nathan W. Harter IV, ’13

Leigh-Erin Irons, ’03

Donald E. Knebel

David M. Lundeen, ’04

Russell Miller

Kristen J. Davee, ’14

Ommid C. Farashahi, ’96

Alex Garel-Frantzen

Brian Hartstein

Michala P. Irons, ’09

Laura J. Koenig, ’07

Thomas C. Lunsford, ’02

Sonia L. Miller-Van Oort, ’97

Lisa D. Davidson, ’98

P. Stephen Fardy, ’94

Robert A. Garelick, ’66

Blake R. Hartz, ’12

R. Neil Irwin, ’71

Kristine M. Kohlmeier, ’09

Keith Luse

Lloyd H. Milliken, Jr., ’60

Amy E. Dawson, ’92

Troy D. Farmer, ’97

Kristin L. Garner, ’15

Katie Harvey

Jorge P. Ito, ’89

Jeffrey Kosc

Susan C. Lynch, ’93

Derek M. Mills, ’03

Rian C. Dawson, ’16

Penelope S. Farthing, ’70

Philip C. Genetos, ’77

Salim A. Hasan, ’92

Debra H. Jacobson, ’05

Larissa E. Koshatka, ’11

Duncan A. MacDonald, ’69

David C. Milne, ’94

Michael T. Deam, ’89

Darcie L. Fawcett, ’04

Jacob A. German, ’14

Eldin Hasic, ’15

Alyssa James

Christopher S. Koves, ’08

Christopher C. Mackey, ’07

Hon. Joshua J. Minkler, ’88

Paul A. Dean, ’98

Michael Fazio

Jackie Gessner

Gabriel A. Hawkins, ’02

Jesse J. James, ’11

James S. Kowalik, ’78

John W. Madison, ’02

Dana L. Miroballi, ’95

Shane D. Deaton, ’04

Jason Feder, ’14

Bonnie K. Gibson, ’78

Augustavia (Johnson)

Joshua H. James, ’14

Marcie Kraft

Simon I. Malinowski, ’12

Jason T. Mizzell, ’11

Laura Debney

Jill M. Felkins, ’07

Dominic W. Glover, ’97

Haydel, ’85

Robert A. Jefferies, Jr., ’66

Scott A. Krapf, ’14

Andrew C. Mallor, ’74

Vincent J. Moccio, ’87

Kimberly DeBoer

David L. Ferguson, ’81

Jane E. Glynn, ’07

Leslie B. (Prill) Hayden, ’11

Chris Jensen

Nicole Krol

Thomas Yunlong Man, ’97

Diana Moers

Kathryn DeBord

Jim Feroli

Heidi G. Goebel, ’97

Nancy L. Haynes, ’93

Cara M. Johnson, ’13

Steven Kruzel

Hon. Elizabeth (Noyes)

Angela R. (Moudy)

Alecia A. DeCoudreaux, ’78

Jeremy Fetty

Elizabeth Goitein

Julie Head

Danielle K. Johnson, ’13

C. Raj Kumar

Mann, ’76

Mokodean, ’09

Thomas E. Deer, ’94

Kyle D. Fields, ’13

Harry L. Gonso, ’73

Zachary S. Heck, ’14

Gail Johnson

Tara Kurtis

Alphonso Manns, ’72

Jeffrey M. Monberg, ’99

Donald D. DeGrasse, ’79

Lucas M. Fields, ’12

Rainier Gonzalez, ’98

Laura N. Heft, ’12

Leif K. Johnson, ’12

Joshua A. Kurtzman, ’14

E. Diane Marshall

Mariangela Monteiro

Hunter G. DeKoninck, ’15

Courtney Figg

Ginger Gooch

Michael E. Heintz, ’03

Mark D. Johnson, ’90

Jade A. La Croix, ’16

LeighAnn Martin

Martin Montes, ’95

Ann M. DeLaney, ’77

Marc Fine

Cedric A. Gordon, ’13

Fredric J. Helms, ’73

Haley A. Johnston, ’16

Julie A. Laemmle, ’14

Joseph H. Marxer, ’87

Burke J. Montgomery, ’99

Kathleen A. DeLaney, ’95

Christina M. Finn, ’06

Jazzmin L. Gordon, ’16

Marcus Heminger

R. William Jonas, Jr., ’81

Seth Lahn

Daniel P. Matheny, ’16

David A. Moore, ’04

Marshall C. Derks, ’93

Mindy A. Finnigan, ’02

Emma K. Gormley, ’16

Jane A. Henegar, ’88

Eric B. Jones, ’16

Katie Langlois

Katy A. Mathews, ’09

Ronald J. Moore, ’95

Erica L. De Santis, ’96

Bradley M. Fischer, ’06

Daniel J. Goshorn, ’08

Steven T. Henke, ’15

Gregory J. Jordan, ’84

Tracy T. Larsen, ’84

Onica R. Matsika, ’16

Stephanie G. Moore. ’89

John C. DeVoe, ’90

John P. Fischer, ’97

Michael H. Gottschlich, ’91

Robert Henson, ’10

Bina Joshi

Lukasz P. Lasek, ’12

Aaron O. Matthews, ’01

Bill Mooz

Hon. Mary Ellen Diekhoff, ’86

Anne M. Fishbeck, ’13

Morgyn L. Graber, ’16

Mitchell Heppenheimer

Caitlin F. Judge, ’15

V. Samuel Laurin III, ’87

Brad R. Maurer, ’99

Molly J. Moran, ’98

Lauren E. Dimmitt, ’11

Larry R. Fisher, ’68

Mark B. Gramelspacher, ’90

William C. Hermann, ’90

Thomas K. Juffernbruch, ’95

Adam Law

Michael S. Maurer, ’67

Carolyn L. Morehouse, ’99

Daniel A. Dixon, ’12

Thomas G. Fisher, ’65

Carl A. Greci, ’93

Greg Hermanson

Anne Junia

Karen Laymance

Todd J. Maurer, ’97

Kelly Morgan

Carrie Doehrmann

Thomas M. Fisher, ’94

J. Patrick Green, ’15

Jennifer M. Hesch, ’08

Randal J. Kaltenmark, ’96

Stephen W. Lee, ’77

Anita Mauro

Timothy M. Morrison, ’74

Melissa Doell

James F. Fitzpatrick, ’59

Beth K. Greene, ’82

Kandi Hidde

Hon. Michael S. Kanne, ’68

Andrew D. LeMar, ’03

Chauncey Mayfield

Kevin Morrissey

Adam R. Doerr, ’14

Scott N. Flanders, ’82

David E. Greene, ’74

Jeremy E. Hill, ’99

Rachel Kaplan

Timothy Lemper

Erin E. McAdams, ’11

Trenton B. Morton, ’12

Kyle E. Doherty-Peters, ’13

Michael E. Flannery, ’83

Lisa Grier

Michael J. Hinchion, ’80

Jun Ha Kang, ’04

Millard D. Lesch, ’67

Peter C. McCabe III, ’85

Aminta J. Moses, ’14

Lucy Dollens

John S. Fleming, ’12

Alex E. Gude, ’09

Morgan Hirst

Jonathan D. Karelitz, ’05

Jerry Moss, ’62

Hector L. Flores, ’83

Matthew R. Gutwein, ’88

Elizabeth A. Hobbs, ’97

Afzal Karim

Stanley M. Levco, ’71 Roger Levesque

William A. McCarthy, ’16

Sarah V. Domin, ’14

Chelsey McCory, ’15

Amy Moynihan

Donald P. Dorfman, ’57

Timothy C. Flowers, ’11

Francisco Guzman, ’14

Anthony S. Hobson, ’15

Robert P. Kassing, ’64

Nicholas W. Levi, ’03

Thomas R. McCully, ’66

Adam C. Mueller, ’05

Jordan R. Downham, ’16

Riley H. Floyd, ’16

Nicholas M. Haering, ’13

James H. Hoeksema, Jr., ’89

Matthew D. Kellam, ’01

Alan A. Levin, ’82

Renee (Mawhinney)

Edward B. “Ned” Mulligan

Thomas G. Drennan, ’01

Patrick M. Foley, ’13

Christine N. Habeeb, ’08

Pamela Hoekwater

Hon. Marc Kellams, ’78

Jonathan M. Levy, ’13

McDermott, ’78

V, ’10

Kiply S. Drew, ’89

Robert Foos

Akram Habibullah

Hon. E. Michael Hoff, Jr., ’75

Barbara J. Kelley, ’73

Branch R. Lew, ’82

Jenny McGinnis

Andrew S. Murphy, ’13

Jesse R. Drum, ’13

Steven D. Forry, ’02

Marvin L. Hackman, ’59

Paul R. Hogan, ’09

Matthew J. Kelley, ’08

Kimberly S. Lewis, ’15

Lindsay McGregor

Robin Murphy

Erin Drummy

Daniel P. Fowler, ’95

Stephen J. Hackman, ’84

Edward Holloran

Jason L. Kennedy, ’96

Bruce Yuan-Hao Liao, ’03

Kyle P. McHugh, ’15

Julie R. Murzyn, ’97

Jason Du Mont

Sarah Fowler

Mark A. Hagedorn, ’98

Darrick J. Hooker, ’00

Sarah C. Kessler, ’12

Jason Liao, ’07

Hon. Larry J. McKinney, ’69

Jeff Muth

Robert A. Dubault, ’95

Michelle C. Fox, ’17

Joshua D. Hague, ’98

Renea E. Hooper, ’05

Paula Ketcham

Troy D. Liggett, ’09

Lisa C. McKinney, ’92

Kellen T. Myers, ’09

Shakeba DuBose, ’04

Shannon S. Frank, ’90

Meaghan E. Haller, ’10

Christopher Edwin Hopkins

Rajat Khanna, ’14

Yao Lin, ’02

R. Bruce McLean, ’71

Hon. Edward W. Najam, Jr.

Joseph C. Dugan, ’15

Dorothy J. Frapwell, ’73

Kevin M. Halter, ’07

Gillispie, ’11

Mustafa Khasawneh

Lance M. Lindeen, ’11

David F. McNamar, ’68

Clarine Nardi Riddle, ’74

Laura Jane Durfee, ’09

Caroline Fredrickson

Shu Hamba, ’00

Tony Hornbach

Nicholas K. Kile, ’90

Ilana L. Linder, ’16

Thomas P. McNulty, ’83

Angela K. Neboyskey, ’00

David P. Durm, ’98

Thomas G. French, ’16

Hon. David F. Hamilton

Jason O. Howard, ’13

Daniel Kim

Shou Yeh Tony Ling, ’96

Kathleen K. Meehan, ’15

David A. Neboyskey, ’00

Emily Eads

Eric A. Frey, ’67

Thomas M. Hamilton, Jr., ’69

Logan C. Hughes, ’04

Jason D. Kimpel, ’99

Michael S. Linn, ’16

David A. Meek, ’08

Amy L. Nefouse, ’91

Ross D. Eberly, ’09

Ross J. Friedman, ’13

S. Sean Hamner, ’16

Andrew W. Hull, ’86

Ryan J. Kinch, ’09

Randy Liss

Steven P. Mehr, ’12

Mark E. Need, ’92

Kelly J. Eberspecher, ’98

James Fry

Kara A. Hancuff, ’07

V. William Hunt, ’69

Anna L. King, ’06

Karen A. Lloyd, ’83

Robert S. Meitus, ’00

Paige M. Neel, ’01

Justin M. Edge, ’16

Luis Fuentes-Rohwer

Hon. Kelsey B. Hanlon, ’12

Sarah Hurdle

Brandon M. King, ’15

Timothy Lohrstorfer

Russell C. Menyhart, ’03

Danielle Nellis

Amanda R. Elizondo, ’11

Kazuo Fukuda

Jeanette Hanna-Ruiz, ’04

Ryan M. Hurley, ’03

Daniel M. Kirwan, ’74

Daniel M. Long, ’96

Jessica L. Merkel, ’06

Kyle B. Nelson, ’12

Michael D. Engber, ’67

Jeffrey Furminger, ’16

Ryann S. Hardman, ’06

Jason L. M. Hurst, ’09

Randy Kiser

Robert A. Long, ’71

Kellie Merkel

Thomas R. Newby, ’87

John Erikson

Matthew T. Furton, ’95

Stephen M. Harper, ’11

Benjamin D. Ice, ’01

James A. Klimek, ’92

Arthur A. Lopez, ’83

Clayton C. Miller, ’93

Christine Nichols



Micah J. Nichols, ’12

John L. Pogue, ’69

Justin D. Roddye, ’11

Randolph L. Seger, ’72

Dirck H. Stahl, ’93

Inge M. Van der Cruysse, ’04

James L. Whitlatch, ’84

Mary Nold Larimore, ’80

Victoria Pool

Hon. Jose M. Rodriguez,

Leah L. Seigel, ’14

Theodore C. Stamatakos, ’90

John W. Van Laere,’82

Lora M. Whitticker, ’02

Parwana Noorzad

Keyonn Pope

Jr., ’80

Hon. Bruce M. Selya

Julie K. Stapel, ’96

Hon. Salvador Vasquez, ’91

Nathaniel S. Widell, ’10

Jeffrey S. Nowak, ’99

Cindy L. Porter, ’85

Gerardo Rodriguez

Sunrita Sen, ’17

Nathan W. Steed, ’08

Cody Vaughn

Michael D. Wiese, ’13

Henry S. Noyes, ’94

Steven M. Post, ’77

Aguilar, ’13

Hon. William K. Sessions

Justin Steele

Hon. Albert J. Velasquez, ’73

Sherry Wilds

Emily S. O’Connor, ’15

Gregory W. Pottorff, ’11

George R. Rogers, ’94

Anne Seurynck

Kara Stein

Eugene M. Velazco, Jr., ’77

Andrew J. Williams, ’11

Joseph D. O’Connor, ’78

Lisa A. Powell, ’84

Michael A. Rogers, ’08

David B. Shafer

David R. Steiner, ’89

Brian A. Verbus, ’13

Brian P. Williams, ’81

Matthew J. O’Connor, ’08

R. Anthony Prather, ’83

Ezequiel J. Romero, ’13

Elizabeth Shaffer

Simone L. Sterling, ’01

Joshua P. Victor

Gerry L. Williams, ’95

Robert S. O’Dell, ’87

Jennifer L. Pratt, ’87

Hon. Flerida P. Romero, ’55

Abrahim J. Shanehsaz, ’14

Milton R. Stewart, ’71

Hon. Jesse M.

Kimberli A. Williams, ’15

Laura C. O’Donnell, ’96

Elissa J. Preheim, ’96

Landyn W. Rookard, ’16

Ozair M. Shariff, ’12

Megan H. Stifel, ’04

Villalpando, ’84

Maurice L. Williams, ’06

Taghreed Odeh

Matthew M. Price, ’93

Gavin M. Rose, ’06

Rebecca M. Sharon, ’16

Emily A. Storm-Smith, ’15

Donald J. Vogel, ’85

Onika K. Williams, ’10

Michael J. Ogershok, ’14

Noah M. Priluck, ’11

Michael Rosiello

Charles D. Shaw, Jr., ’14

Bryan Strawbridge

Samantha G. von Ende, ’16

Stacee E. Williams, ’96

Jennifer O’Guinn

Jamison S. Prime, ’96

Alex Rosselli

Kaitlin Sheets

Gregg E. Strellis, ’98

Amy L. VonDielingen, ’05

Therese M. Williams, ’11

Cari Ojala

Katherine A. Province, ’13

Lauren Rothfarb

Andrew P. Shelby, ’08

Ruta Stropus

Amee Vora

Gordon T. Wilson, ’13

Megan E. Okun, ’13

Seth T. Pruden, ’84

Michael M. Rouker, ’07

Mike Showalter

Terrance Stroud, ’03

Jeremy S. Votaw, ’13

Heather L. Wilson, ’97

Scott Oliver

Doris L. Pryor, ’03

Daniel R. Roy, ’99

Thomas L. Shriner, Jr., ’72

Taylor L. Struble, ’16

Steven A. Wade, ’94

Julie P. Wilson, ’99

Justin R. Olson, ’13

Johnny D. Pryor, ’02

Jennifer A. Rulon, ’14

Michael D. Shumate

Hon. Frank E. Sullivan,

Jason P. Wagenmaker, ’06

Andrew H. Winetroub, ’13

Bill O’Neill

Philip M. Purcell, ’85

Jay D. Rumbach, ’14

Elizabeth A. Shuster, ’03

Jr., ’82

Ted A. Waggoner, ’78

Alan C. Witte, ’70

Kevin M. O’Neill, ’11

Rubin Pusha, ’12

Hon. Loretta H. Rush, ’83

Darin A. Siders, ’01

Jamie M. Sutton, ’17

Bryce A. Wagner, ’09

Mark S. Wojciechowski, ’81

Shiv O’Neill, ’01

Hon. Rudolph R. Pyle III, ’00

Emily A. Salzmann, ’15

Lauren Siler

Jordan Szymialis

Laura M. Walda, ’08

Brad E. Wolven, ’98

Melissa M. Orizondo, ’16

Elizabeth A. Quill, ’13

Taylor M. Sample, ’15

John K. Silk, ’79

Valerie M. Tachtiris, ’03

Mallori Waliszewski

Hon. Diane P. Wood

Kathy L. Osborn, ’99

Hon. Lori Quillen

Marisol Sanchez, ’02

Eric S. Silvestri, ’13

Phil Terry

Trevor W. Waliszewski, ’15

Nancy S. Woodworth, ’05

Adelaida Otero

Barath Raman

Rafael A. Sanchez, ’02

Jacqueline A. Simmons, ’79

Thomas R. TerMaat, ’94

Denise A. Walker, ’06

Jamhal L. Woolridge, ’04

Andrew D. Otis, ’90

Tom Rammer

Steve Sanders

Drew T. Simshaw, ’12

Kevin Tessier, ’96

Laura Walker

Karen E. Wrenbeck, ’12

Marianne M. Owen, ’91

Chad E. Ranney, ’12

Christopher Saporita, ’03

Matthew F. Singer, ’04

Jeffrey A. Thinnes, ’84

Mary Walsh

Jennifer Wright

William E. Padgett, ’95

Patrick W. Rasche, ’93

C. Frazier Satterly, ’10

George Sistevaris, ’87

Allison Thomas

Judith A. Waltz, ’81

Mark E. Wright, ’89

Scott Palmer, ’01

Angie Raymond

Matt Schantz

Scott A. Skiles, ’15

Laura A. Thomas, ’00

Yu Chi (Tony) Wang, ’97

Cathleen D. Wyatt, ’15

Chan Ho Park, ’04

Ali Razzaghi

Matt Schappa

Gayle L. Skolnik, ’82

Patrick C. Thomas, ’13

Denise Ware

Jonathan F. Yates, ’01

James G. Parker, ’12

Michael N. Red, ’04

Ari Scharg

Allan T. Slagel, ’88

Milton O. Thompson, ’79

Jonathan B. Warner, ’06

Ryan J. Yates, ’10

Kenneth L. Parker, ’97

James Reed

William J. Schenck, ’94

Hon. Geoffrey G.

Sarah C. Thompson, ’17

Rochelle A. Warren

Mukhit Yeleuov, ’06

Nicholas R. Parker, ’16

Tasha Reed Outlaw, ’02

Todd S. Schenk, ’95

Slaughter, ’89

Katherine M. Thrapp, ’16

Gordon, ’10

Pete R. Yonkman, ’98

Adam Parks

Jason R. Reese, ’97

April R. Schilling, ’98

Stephanie N. Slone, ’16

David O. Tittle, ’67

Alison R. Waske Sutter, ’06

Hongsun Yoon, ’02

Gretchen L. Parrish, ’15

Jonna L. Reilly, ’03

Jessica Schnelker

Allison Smith

Courtney R. Tobin, ’92

Lisa Watson

Hon. Richard L. Young

Leslie Parrish

Owen D. Reilly, ’14

Thomas F. Schnellenberger,

Freedom Smith, ’04

Joseph Tomain

Evan D. Weaks, ’16

Briana F. Yuh, ’16

Sandip H. Patel, ’96

Rachel Remke

Jr., ’79

George P. Smith, II, ’64

Brandon W. Toth, ’15

Jake Webb

Adam D. Zacher, ’16

Davina Patterson Biddle

Timothy A. Renfro, ’11

Erin R. Schrantz, ’00

Joseph L. Smith, Jr., ’95

Elizabeth Trachtman Villa

Alonzo Weems, ’95

Fatema Zanzi

Stephen H. Paul, ’72

Rodney Retzner

Megan E. Schroeder, ’10

Lucinda Smith

Joel Tragesser

Joel Weinberger, ’15

Karina Zazueta Esparza, ’14

Jeffrey M. Peabody, ’08

Stephen E. Reynolds, ’08

Jacob B. Schtevie, ’07

Marie K. Smith, ’15

Mario Treto, Jr., ’12

Martin N. Weiser, ’06

James P. Zeller, ’76

Brian M. Pearson, ’08

Richard S. Rhodes, ’53

Blake Schultz

Michelle Smith

Thomas J. Treutler, ’01

Brent Welke, ’72

Mahja D. Zeon, ’14

Emily M. Pence, ’13

Kimberly Richardson, ’06

Frederick W. Schultz, ’96

Paul L. Smith, ’99

Andrea R. Trevino, ’03

Charlotte F. Westerhaus-

Andrew Perlman

James G. Richmond, ’69

Matthew T. Schulz, ’10

Hon. Hugo C. Songer, ’60

Bonnie Tunick

Renfrow, ’92

Michael J. Petro, ’88

Adam J. Richter, ’05

Justin K. Schwemmer, ’14

Tiffany L. Sorge Smith, ’07

Jonathan B. Turpin, ’14

Ellen H. Weston, ’96

Tanya R. Pettay, ’07

Timothy J. Riffle, ’83

Brad Schwer

Justin O. Sorrell, ’12

Mary E. Tuuk, ’90

A. “Nikki” Wethington, ’16

Mark J. Phillipoff, ’80

Randall R. Riggs, ’77

Glenn Scolnik, ’78

Lauren C. Sorrell, ’12

Benjamin M. Urban, ’13

Allison E. Weyand, ’12

Scott Phillips

William R. Riggs, ’63

Ryan Scott

Jessica G. Sosa, ’11

Thor Y. Urness, ’88

Ryan C. Wheeler, ’12

Jeanne M. Picht, ’94

Haddy K. Rikabi, ’16

Zaldwaynaka L. Scott, ’83

Julie A. Spain, ’14

Paul E. Vaglica, ’12

Thomas E. Wheeler, ’87

Christopher A. Pierce, ’12

Michael E. Riskin, ’09

David Scriven-Young

James A. Spangler, Jr., ’14

Hon. Nancy Vaidik

Kevin Whelan

Kristin M. Pinkston, ’08

Lee Robbins

Frank Seales Jr., ’74

Torrey D. Spink, ’12

Rodney E. Van Ausdal, ’82

Craig M. White, ’77

Paula E. Pitrak, ’14

Laurie N. Robinson

John E. Seddelmeyer, ’74

Kathleen St. Louis, ’84

Jessica L. Van Dalen, ’10

Dana White

Alison V. Podlaski, ’16

Haden, ’98

Erica L. Seger, ’03

Catherine B. Stafford

Jennifer M. Van Dame, ’15

Keith E. White, ’83



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

KIMBERLING SOCIETY 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.

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.


John Kyle and Marcia Dunne-Kyle Linda L. Lanam Mary N. and James T. Larimore Douglas and Minda Lehman Andrew C. and Jane A. Mallor Millard D. Lesch Michael J. and Michaeleen Lewinski Larry and Sherry Linhart Robert A. and Susan J. Long Hon. Susan L. Macey and Matthew G. Parsell Michael S. “Mickey” and Janie Maurer R. Bruce McLean and Rachel A. Adams Thomas R. and Susan C. McCully Thomas M. and Susan M. McGlasson Robert H. and Shelley McKinney Clayton C. Miller Jeanne S. Miller P Michael Mitchell Jerry and Anne Moss Byron and Margaret Myers Hon. Edward W. Najam, Jr. Rory and Pamela O’Bryan Peter L. and Sandra S. Obremskey Stephen H. and Deborah L. Paul James and Helen Petersen Jeffrey Petrich and Leslie Mead Kirk A. and Melinda K.* Pinkerton Bruce and Linda Owen Polizotto Timothy J. Riffle and Sarah M. McConnell Richard S. and Judith Mayer Rhodes William R. and Gloria A. Riggs Hugh A. and Debra A. Sanders Glenn and Donna H. Scolnik Randolph L. and Mary E. Seger James A.* and Rebecca L. Shanahan Brian J. and Sarah R. Shapiro Gene R. and Marguerite R. Shreve Robert J. and Gayle A. Shula George P. Smith, II Richard E. and Carol L. Stahl Milton R. and Judi Stewart Hon. Frank Sullivan, Jr. and Cheryl Sullivan Hon. John D. Tinder and Jan M. Carroll David O. and Susie D. Tittle Kenneth L. Turchi Leslie E. Vidra and Jerry L. Ulrich Ted A. and Nancy K. Waggoner Sharon A. Wildey Margaret A. Williford and Gregory Lyman Kenneth and Louise Yahne

Anonymous (6) John J. Adams Alfred Aman, Jr. and Carol Greenhouse Lowell E. and Bonnie F. Baier J. Adam Bain Virgil Beeler Samuel R. “Chic” Born II and Brenda Born F. Wesley Bowers Thomas J. Breed Mary B. (Kleiser) Brody William J. Brody and Bronwen L. Cound Charles E. and Jean Bruess Thomas E. Burchfield Hon. James and Angela Carr Willard and Margaret Carr Fred H. and Beth Cate Charles and Karen Cohen Richard J. and Betty J. Darko Richard and Mary Davis Alecia A. DeCoudreaux and Jose Andrade Ann and Edward DeLaney Francina A. and Stephen R. Dlouhy Clarence and Judith Doninger Donald P. Dorfman Robert P. and Darlene Duvin Mrs. Gordon S. Eslick Sherry A. Fabina-Abney and Douglas S. Abney Troy D. Farmer Scott N. and Linda A. Flanders Dorothy J. Frapwell Elizabeth A. Frederick Hon. Ezra H. and Linda H. Friedlander Robert and Susan Garelick Philip and Dorothea Genetos Bonnie K. Gibson and Jeffery W. Winkler Harry and Lucy Gonso David E. Greene and Barbara J. Bealer Bernard* and Kathleen Harrold William C. Hermann Hon. Elwood “Bud” and Carol L.* Hillis Sarah Jane Hughes and A. James Barnes V. William and Nancy Hunt R. Neil and Michele Irwin Harvey M. Kagan Arthur P.* and Sue A. Kalleres Robert P. and Troy Kassing Barton and Judy Kaufman James and Diana Kemper Robert and E. Carol Kixmiller Frederick N. and Cynthia Kopec

* Deceased


Before 1960 Elmore Sports Group was named 2018 Organization of the Year in the annual Ballpark Digest Awards. David G. Elmore, ’58, is chairman and DG Elmore, Jr., ’84, serves as president of the group. They were recognized for laying the groundwork for an unprecedented series of franchise shifts and for maintaining a stable portfolio of solid MiLB operations teams.

1960s Ball Eggleston, PC is pleased to announce that its senior partner, Joseph T. Bumbleburg, ’61, was inducted into the Indiana Military Veterans’ Hall of Fame on November 9, 2018. He was nominated for his honorable military service and his exceptional contribution to the community and state. He received a certificate and a medallion, and his photo and bio will be displayed in the IMVHOF’s memorial building on the grounds of the Indiana Department of the American Legion at old Fort Harrison, Indianapolis. Steele named Distinguished Barrister Sydney L. Steele, ’64, was named one of Indiana Lawyer’s Distinguished Barristers of 2019. Honorees in the Distinguished Barrister category have dedicated their lives


to the practice of law and serving their communities by paying it forward and serving and mentoring others. Steele has been practicing law for nearly 55 years from his beginning in the armed forces to forming his own firm where he practiced with friends and colleagues for more than three decades. He is a partner at Kroger Gardis & Regas in Indianapolis. Steve Ferguson, ’66, along with his wife, Connie, were honored at the Bloomington Rotary Toast on Friday, November 2. Rotary is a worldwide service organization made up of business and professional leaders who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace. George P. Smith, II, ’64, has given IU $500,000 to establish the Martha Biggerstaff Jones Professorship in British Literature. The professorship will be awarded to a faculty member in the English department and will supplement the recipient’s salary and provide research funds. Smith, a professor emeritus at the Catholic University of America, credits Jones, his former English teacher at Wabash (Ind.) High School, for his love of writing. Smith is widely published with a bibliography of more than 14 books and 152 law review articles. He currently resides in Washington, DC. James Richmond, ’69, was quoted in Time magazine in a story by Tessa Berenson titled “Robert Mueller’s Work Is Done. What Happens Next Is Up to William Barr.” The IndyBar Practice Milestone Celebration honored James Arthur Strain, ’69, for fifty years of practice. Attorney members gathered to honor those IndyBar members celebrating their 25- and 50-year practice milestones in 2019. 72



its name to reflect the promotion. The name change recognizes Wagner’s significant

Glynn recognized for outstanding professionalism, performance J. Patrick Glynn, ’70, was awarded one of the Justice Department’s highest awards, the Civil Division Michael F. Hertz Memorial Award, for Exceptional Professionalism and Outstanding Performance. Gregory Butler Smith, ’71, has joined the Muncie office of Welch & Company, LLC, a Muncie-based law firm. Smith has more than 47 years’ experience representing individuals and corporate clients in local, state and federal courts. Smith’s focus at Welch & Company will be estate planning.

contributions to the firm and outstanding service and results he has achieved for his clients over the years. His leadership will help ensure the continued success of the firm, which celebrates its 140th anniversary this year. Wagner joined the firm in 1978 and has represented clients in a wide range of matters, including patent, trademark, copyright, and trade secret litigation, patent interference and trademark oppositions, foreign and domestic patent and trademark prosecution, counseling and opinions, mediations and settlement negotiations, and licensing. Indiana University Alumni’s LGBTQ+ group recognized Jeff Richardson, ’77, with the 2019 Distinguished Alumni Award. Since 1983, Richardson has dedicated his life to securing aid for those affected by HIV/AIDS all across the globe. His past honors

Rory O’Bryan, ’72, was named one of Indiana Lawyer’s Distinguished Barristers of 2019. Honorees in the Distinguished Barrister category have dedicated their lives to the practice of law and serving their communities by paying it forward and serving and mentoring others. O’Bryan is a veteran practitioner regarded as an authority on real

include the IU Distinguished Alumni Service Award, the university’s highest award given only to an alumna or alumnus; the Sagamore of the Wabash; MAP International’s Health and Hope Award; and GlobeMed’s 21st Century Health Champion Award. He is also a member the Law School’s Academy of Law Alumni Fellows.

estate law and is hailed as a mentor and well-regarded adjunct instructor at the Maurer School of Law. He is a partner at Harrison & Moberly in Indianapolis.

Anne Aikman-Scalese, ’78, was recognized by World Trademark Review as part of its list, “The World’s Leading Trademark Professionals 2019.”

Dean published in Litigation Journal Richard A. Dean, ’73, wrote a headnote titled “Arguing Both Sides of the Excesses

Glenn Scolnik, ’78, was inducted into the 37th Indiana Athletics Hall of Fame class.

of Government Power” in the quarterly winter 2019 issue of Litigation Journal, in

Scolnik earned letters in football in 1970-72. As a senior in 1972, Scolnik was named

which Dean describes the work of Indiana Law Professor Ralph Fuchs in Korematsu

team MVP and first-team All-Big Ten after catching 53 passes for a Big Ten-leading

and Barenblatt.

727 yards, both program records at the time, and six touchdowns. Scolnik also earned Academic All-America honors in 1972, one of nine Hoosiers to do so. He is a member

David F. Morado, Jr., ’74, retired as the regional chief counsel, senior executive, with

of the Law School’s Board of Visitors.

the Social Security Administration in Seattle. He lives in Tacoma, Wash. Paul Devon Mathias, ’79, was admitted to the bar of the United States Supreme Court in The profile of Maggie Shaffer Vegeler, ’74, was featured on the Allen County Lasting

the US Supreme Court admission ceremony.

Lawyer Legacy Project. The Lasting Lawyer Legacy Project is an ACBA/New Lawyer’s Section initiative partnered with the Allen County Public Library to capture the stories

W. William Weeks, ’79, was honored with the George B. Fell Award at the National Area

of respected and admired seasoned attorneys.

Association’s annual meeting for his work in the conservation area.

The law corporation of Sullivan Hill has announced that Jonathan Shields Dabbieri, ’76, has been listed in San Diego Magazine as a 2019 Top Lawyer in San Diego. Dabbieri’s


practice focuses on litigation, including business disputes, real property and landlord

Kroger Gardis & Regas, LLP has named Stephen J. Peters, ’80, as partner to the firm.

tenant disputes, and matters concerning creditors’ remedies and insolvency.

Peters works in the Indianapolis office.

Dabbieri has advised clients in the negotiation of construction contracts, the perfection, enforcement, and defense of mechanics’ liens, and other construction and real

Hon. Thomas Hallett, ’80, was appointed to the Lake County Superior Court. Hallett

property disputes. His bankruptcy and insolvency practice includes representing

served as a magistrate judge for the Lake County Superior Courts in the civil division in

creditors, chapter 11 trustees and debtors in possession.

Gary. Hallett also served as city attorney for the city of Lake Station and as judge of the Lake Station City Court.

Woodard, Emhardt, Henry, Reeves & Wagner, LLP has announced that Vincent O. Wagner, ’76, has been recognized as a named partner of the firm, which has changed

The Governor’s Task Force on Child Abuse and Neglect awarded Kenneth L. Tacoma, ’80, with the Steve Yager Lifetime Achievement Award for his leadership in developing



innovative and effective practices to improve the handling of child welfare cases,

Cowart, Asensio address opioid crisis in recent article

his demonstrable impact in collaborating with other child welfare system participants

Greta Gerberding Cowart, ’85, and Manuel J. “Mike” Asensio III, ’85, recently teamed

to improve the handling of child welfare cases in Michigan, and for sharing his exper-

up to publish two articles in Bloomberg BNA’s Compensation and Planning Journal and

tise with other child welfare system professionals and participants through training,

Daily Labor Report. The first article was a sequel to an earlier piece the two co-authored

publication and statewide committee work.

in 2017, and the second was “A Whole Employer Approach to the Opioid Crisis.” They have also partnered with other alums to teach a course at both the IU Maurer School of

Woodard, Emhardt, Henry, Reeves & Wagner, LLP has announced that Spiro Bereveskos,

Law and the Dedman School of Law at Southern Methodist University. Cowart recently

’81, has been selected for inclusion on 2019 Indiana Super Lawyers list for the areas

joined the Dallas office of Jackson Walker as a partner, focusing on complex employer

of Intellectual Property Litigation and Intellectual Property. The Super Lawyers list

benefit plan issues.

recognizes outstanding attorneys who are selected using a patented, multi-phase process that considers factors such as peer recognition, professional achievement

Woodard, Emhardt, Henry, Reeves & Wagner, LLP is pleased to announce that Dan

and high ethical standards. No more than 5% of the attorneys in Indiana receive this

Lueders, ’86, has been selected for inclusion on 2019 Indiana Super Lawyers list for the

honor each year.

areas of Intellectual Property Litigation and Intellectual Property. The Super Lawyers list recognizes outstanding attorneys who are selected using a patented, multi-phase

Award-winning author Clifford W. Garstang, ’81, combines his international experi-

process that considers factors such as peer recognition, professional achievement and

ence and Virginia roots in his first novel, The Shaman of Turtle Valley, published

high ethical standards. No more than 5% of the attorneys in Indiana receive this honor

in May by Braddock Avenue Books. The book explores the healing of wounds—in

each year.

families, nations, and landscapes—and the challenges in bridging cultural gaps. After graduating from college, Garstang spent two years in the Peace Corps teaching

Peter Racher, ’86, has been appointed managing partner at the Indianapolis office of

English in South Korea. He is a former international lawyer and author of the story

Plews Shadley Racher & Braun LLP.

collections, In an Uncharted Country and What the Zhang Boys Know, and editor of the anthology series, Everywhere Stories: Short Fiction from a Small Planet. Garstang lives

Michael K. Davis, ’87, recently celebrated his 60th birthday and 20th year as city

in Staunton, Va.

administrator of Middleton, Wis. (voted Money Magazine’s “Best Place to Live” in 2007). He serves as the appointed chief administrative officer of the municipality of 18,810,

The Indiana University Office of the Bicentennial has named Frank E. Sullivan, Jr.,

contiguous to the west side of the state capital, Madison. Davis oversees 13 depart-

’82, a bicentennial professor as part of IU’s Bicentennial Professorships program. Each

ments and 162 employees, providing a vast array of community services. He also wears

bicentennial professor will travel around the state delivering public presentations at

the additional hats of personnel officer, public information officer, and director of

community forums that describe—in an engaging and accessible manner—some of

economic and community development.

their research or professional activities. George Thomas Patton, Jr., ’87, served as movant for the Indiana State Bar in the US In 2018, Mark W. Weller, ’83, joined law firm Polsinelli’s Washington, DC, office as a

Supreme Court admission ceremony.

shareholder in the firm’s national public policy practice. Weller has become one of the most well-known DC public policy attorneys in the health care sector. Specializing in

Michael F. Klipsch, ’88, has had a 20-year career with Klipsch Group, a family-owned

the health care transportation and financial services sectors, Weller’s practice focus-

and operated holding company for a wide variety of consumer electronic brands, in-

es on market planning and development, direct lobbying and regulatory consulting,

cluding most notably the Klipsch brand. Klipsch was a third-generation family member

as well as strategic communications initiatives for crisis management and litigation.

of the internationally renowned audio manufacturer of loudspeakers and headphones

Weller, who lives in Vienna, Va., represents corporations, industry associations, provid-

founded in 1946 by Paul Klipsch. Michael Klipsch has held a wide variety of executive

er groups, and hospitals in federal legislative and regulatory matters.

positions including president, chief operating officer, and chief counsel. Beyond his role of managing all legal affairs, strategic partnerships, and manufacturing during his

The American Bar Association Commission on Racial and Ethnic Diversity in the

tenure at the company, his major contributions have included creating a global supply

Profession recognized Pamela Jones Harbour, ’84, with the 2019 Spirit of Excellence

chain capability to manage sourcing and sales to over 40 countries. Further launching

Award for commitment to racial and ethnic diversity in the legal profession. Harbour

the Klipsch brand into the headphone market in 2007, he helped position the Indianap-

is a frequent speaker and author and has shared her knowledge in congressional testi-

olis-based company as one of today’s leading headphone manufacturers. Klipsch

mony. She is recognized internationally for her leadership in the field of data privacy.



was appointed to the Purdue University Board of Trustees by former Indiana Gov. Mike

Tuuk to lead Grand Rapids Symphony

Pence in May 2015.

The Grand Rapids Symphony has appointed Mary E. Tuuk, ’90, a longtime symphony leader and West Michigan business executive, as its new President and CEO. Tuuk, cur-

Constance Regina Lindman, ’89 joined Frost Brown Todd’s Indianapolis office at the

rently Chief Compliance Officer/Senior Vice President, Properties and Real Estate with

start of 2019. Lindman will team up with more than 50 IP law and litigation attorneys,

Meijer, Inc., is also a classically trained musician who currently performs as a member

patent agents and paralegals working in that area at FBT. Lindman focuses on advis-

of the Grand Rapids Symphony Chorus. She plays organ, piano and violin.

ing clients in the software and cloud service industries across the world in addition to counseling on a diverse range of areas, including technology, marketing, distribution

John Bessley, ’91, published his latest book, The Baron and the Marquis: Liberty,

and employment and consulting contracts.

Tyranny, and the Enlightenment Maxim That Can Remake American Criminal Justice, through Carolina Academic Press.


Paul Bokota, ’92, division vice president and division general counsel of Spectrum

Boshkoff honored with ACTL induction

Brands Inc., was honored as one of Orange County’s top in-house lawyers at the Orange

Ellen Elizabeth Boshkoff, ’90, was inducted to the American College of Trial Lawyers.

County Business Journal’s ninth annual General Counsel Awards. Bokota’s profile

Fellowship is extended only by invitation, after careful investigation, to those experi-

appeared in the Journal’s November 26th issue.

enced trial lawyers who have mastered the art of advocacy and whose professional careers have been marked by the highest standards of ethical conduct, professionalism,

John R. Gastineau, ’92, of Fort Wayne, Ind., has published his second novel, 4th Person

civility and collegiality. Boshkoff is a member of the Law School’s adjunct faculty.

No More, a police procedural and courtroom drama set in rural Indiana. He is also the author of The Judge’s Brief, published in 2017. Gastineau is a former attorney, newspa-

Gregory Andrew Castanias, ’90, was named one of Law360’s 2018 MVPs in intellectu-

per reporter, photographer, and editor.

al property for leading the Jones Day team in one of the most significant intellectual property cases in the US in 2018, convincing the Supreme Court to strike down

After serving as deputy general counsel for the Eisenhower Medical Center for the

the Patent Trial and Appeal Board’s previously held practice of partially instituting

past five years, James L. Reed, Jr., ’92, was promoted to general counsel of the health

America Invents Act reviews. Castanias was also recognized in the Managing IP

system, including Eisenhower Health, Eisenhower Medical Center, the Barbara Sinatra

Americas Awards 2019 under the Individual Achievements category as an Outstanding

Children’s Center and the Annenberg Center for Health Sciences. In this new role, he

IP Litigator — United States. In addition, he was named one of the National Law Journal’s

will serve on the senior executive team and oversee the legal, compliance, risk man-

2019 Intellectual Property Trailblazers for his work with SAS v. IANCU.

agement and insurance functions of the health system. Eisenhower Health is located

Krieg DeVault LLP has announced that Tammy K. Haney, ’90 has joined the firm’s Real Estate Practice Group as a partner. Haney brings nearly 30 years of legal experience to the Firm and will practice primarily in the areas of real estate, municipal law and secured lending, with a specific concentration on commercial and residential development, acquisitions, dispositions, leasing, and financing. Jean Marie R. Pechette, ’90, has been named to Lawyer of Color’s inaugural “Nation’s Best” list. She is a shareholder at Polsinelli’s Chicago office and was recently elected to the Law School’s Board of Visitors. Hon. Martha Blood Wentworth, ’90, was named by the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy and the National Conference of State Tax Judges as the 2017 Lawrence L. Lasser Tax Judge of the Year. Wentworth was appointed judge of the Indiana Tax Court by Gov. Mitch Daniels in January 2011. She has taught state and local taxation as an adjunct professor at the IU Kelley School of Business for 14 years, at the McKinney School of Law for three years, and at the Maurer School of Law for one year. Wentworth lives in Greenwood, Ind. 78

in Southern California near Palm Springs, and includes a 500-bed acute care hospital, more than 75 ambulatory clinics, multiple ancillary businesses, and two subsidiary corporations. Reed will continue to maintain his faculty position with the University of California, Riverside Extension, and teach health law. Alan Stewart Townsend, ’92, was named one of Indiana Lawyer’s Distinguished Barristers of 2019. Honorees in the Distinguished Barrister category have dedicated their lives to the practice of law and serving their communities by paying it forward and serving and mentoring others. Townsend’s practice areas range from business and land use matters to attorney discipline. He is also active in bar organizations and community service. He is a partner at Bose McKinney & Evans in Indianapolis. The Indiana University Office of the Bicentennial has named Charlotte Westerhaus-Renfrow, ’92 a bicentennial professor as part of IU’s Bicentennial Professorships program. Each bicentennial professor will travel around the state delivering public presentations at community forums that describe—in an engaging and accessible manner—some of their research or professional activities.


John Abegg, ’93, longtime chief counsel for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell

and serving and mentoring others. Throughout his career, Ozete has earned accolades

(R-Ky.), was named the executive vice president of the US Chamber Institute for Legal

for his skill as an attorney and his commitment to serving the legal profession and the

Reform (ILR). Abegg provides advocacy, strategy, policy guidance, and management

greater Evansville community. Among other activities, he chairs the Indiana State Bar

expertise to support ILR’s comprehensive program aimed at improving the nation’s

Association’s Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights Council and is president of the Public

litigation climate.

Education Foundation of Evansville. He is a partner in Farmer Scott Ozete Robinson & Schmitt in Evansville.

The Defense Trial Council of Indiana named its 2019 officers and directors at its twenty-fifth annual conference and annual meeting. Continuing on the board is

Jason Ruskin Reese, ’97 was named one of Indiana Lawyer’s Distinguished Barristers

Christopher D. Lee, ’93, with the Evansville office of Wooden McLaughlin. James P.

of 2019. Honorees in the Distinguished Barrister category have dedicated their lives

Strenski, ’94, with Cantrell Strenski & Mehringer in Indianapolis, was named

to the practice of law and serving their communities by paying it forward and serving

secretary of the association. Continuing on the board are Louis W. Voelker, III, ’95,

and mentoring others. Reese is a leader in his profession as one of Indiana’s leading

of Eichhorn & Eichhorn in Hammond and Robert B. Thornburg, ’96, with Frost Brown

trial lawyers, mentoring young lawyers and exemplifying community service. As his

Todd in Indianapolis.

personal injury firm has grown, so has Reese’s commitment to service. These include multiple bar activities, extensive pro bono work through the Neighborhood Christian

Montes named VP at Commonwealth Edison

Legal Clinic and leadership involvement in charitable efforts such as Special Olympics

Martín Montes, ’95, has been named vice president of large customer services at Com-

and EDGE Mentoring, among others. He is a partner at Wagner Reese in Carmel.

monwealth Edison. Montes will develop long-term strategies for the large customer services organization focusing on maximizing customer satisfaction. He will also be

The Women’s Bar Association of the District of Columbia recognized Laurie Robinson

responsible for identifying key customer issues and developing strategy with internal

Haden, ’98, as its 2019 Woman Lawyer of the Year. The Woman Lawyer of the Year

and external stakeholders.

Award recognizes a leader who has championed change in the profession by leading by example, advocating for justice, and promoting the advancement of women in the

Joseph L. Smith, Jr., ’95, was named one of Indiana Lawyer’s Distinguished Barristers

profession. Haden has been recognized by the Network Journal as one of the “25 Most

of 2019. Honorees in the Distinguished Barrister category have dedicated their lives

Powerful Black Women in Business” and by Savoy magazine as one of the country’s

to the practice of law and serving their communities by paying it forward and

Most Influential Black Lawyers. Haden serves on the board of directors of the NAACP

serving and mentoring others. Smith has helped lay the groundwork for numerous

Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. and the Law School’s Board of Visitors.

major projects in central Indiana and is helping steer development of the new Marion County Criminal Justice Center. He is active in leadership initiatives and has served

Norman Jason Hedges, ’98, was named one of Indiana Lawyer’s Distinguished Barris-

in multiple community and public service capacities. Smith is a partner at Faegre

ters of 2019. Honorees in the Distinguished Barrister category have dedicated their

Baker Daniels in Indianapolis.

lives to the practice of law and serving their communities by paying it forward and serving and mentoring others. Through his work at the IU Maurer IP Law Clinic, Hedges

Jackson Lewis P.C. announced that Susan M. Zoeller, ’95, joined the firm’s Indianapolis

helps Hoosier inventors and entrepreneurs propel and protect their creations and

office as a principal. Zoeller regularly represents and counsels employers on a variety

innovations while also preparing law students to be future IP attorneys. In addition

of claims including discrimination and harassment, state and federal leave of absence

to his professional work, Hedges helps National Guard members at Camp Atterbury

laws, workplace investigations, non-competition agreements, whistleblower issues,

through the Lawyers for Soldiers program. He is also active as a leader and trustee at

and reductions in force.

Our Shepherd Lutheran Church and School.

Chalermchai Intarasupa, ’96, was named to Thailand’s Top100 Lawyers by Asia Busi-

April Hunsinger Schilling, ’98, has joined the Indianapolis office of law firm Stoll

ness Law Journal. The list is based on extensive research conducted and nominations

Keenon Ogden as a member in the firm’s business services group, concentrating her

received from in-house counsel, as well as Thailand-focused partners at international

practice in corporate finance and lending, including emerging business and venture

law firms based outside Thailand.

capital, health care, mergers and acquisitions, and real estate. Schilling was previously a partner in the Indianapolis office of Milwaukee-based Quarles & Brady. She is a

Andrew Christopher Ozete, ’96, was named one of Indiana Lawyer’s Distinguished

member of both Executive Women in Finance and the International Council of Shop-

Barristers of 2019. Honorees in the Distinguished Barrister category have dedicated

ping Centers, a fellow of the American College of Mortgage Attorneys, and an associate

their lives to the practice of law and serving their communities by paying it forward

member of Urban Land Institute. Schilling lives in Indianapolis.



Pete R. Yonkman, ’98, gave the commencement keynote at Franklin College. Yonkman

IUPUI appoints Pryor assistant vice chancellor

is President of Cook Group at Cook Medical.

Johnny D. Pryor, ’02, has been appointed assistant vice chancellor for the IUPUI Division of Student Affairs. As the assistant vice chancellor, Pryor will direct the

The law firm of Bose McKinney & Evans LLP is pleased to announce that Bryan Harold

planning and overall administration of five units in Student Affairs. Additionally,

Babb, ’99, chair of the firm’s Appellate Services Group, was selected as part of the Top

Pryor will provide leadership for initiatives within Student Affairs that enhance

50 Indiana Super Lawyers for 2019 and included on the Indiana Super Lawyers list

student learning, persistence and engagement.

for appellate practice. Super Lawyers recognizes outstanding attorneys in more than 70 areas of practice using a rigorous, multiphase selection process that considers

The Defense Trial Council of Indiana named its 2019 officers and directors at its

12 separate indicators of peer recognition, professional achievement and high ethical

Twenty-Fifth Annual Conference and Annual Meeting and they will take office

standards. Babb assists clients with a wide variety of complex commercial appel-

January 1, 2019. Continuing on the board are William J. Brinkerhoff, ’03, with Katz

late and litigation matters and is a member of the firm’s Diversity Committee. Before

Korin Cunningham, PC in Indianapolis and Matthew R. King, ’03, with Frost Brown

joining the firm, Babb served as a judicial law clerk for Indiana Supreme Court Justice

Todd in Indianapolis.

Frank Sullivan, Jr., ’82. Sanchez to lead Fishers Arts & Culture Commission Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP is pleased to welcome Malcolm “Mick” Tuesley, ’99,

Marisol Sanchez, ’02, has been appointed by the mayor of the City of Fishers, Indiana

as senior counsel in the firm’s national security regulatory practice. Tuesley will

as a member of the first Fishers Arts & Culture Commission. According to the city,

work closely with the firm’s global mergers and acquisitions practice to assist clients

the Commission will be overseen by the Department of Planning & Zoning and will

on United States and foreign investment control regime issues. He will be based in

seek to engage and promote all forms of performing and visual art in Fishers in support

Washington, DC.

of community and economic development efforts. Douglas (Doug) G. Gallagher, ’03, joined Frost Brown Todd’s Indianapolis office at the


start of 2019. Gallagher will team up with more than 50 IP law and litigation attorneys,

Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb appointed Katherine Noel, ’01, the owner of Kokomo-

patent agents and paralegals working in that area at FBT. Gallagher is a registered

based Noel Law, to chair of the State Ethics Commission. Noel previously served on the

patent attorney focusing on intellectual property law and assisting clients in develop-

State Employees Appeals Commission for six years. The Ethics Commission consists

ing and protecting their intellectual property assets.

of five commissioners who hold monthly public meetings and issue advisory opinions and receive complaints filed by the state inspector general.

Terrance Stroud, ’03, assumed a new role as the Deputy Commissioner at the NYC Department of Social Services (DSS). DSS is the largest municipal social services agen-

Dennis Scott Schell, ’01, joined Frost Brown Todd’s Indianapolis office at the start

cy in the country. Stroud was also appointed to the New York State OCFS/OTDA Staff

of 2019. Schell will team up with more than 50 IP law and litigation attorneys, patent

Development Advisory Committee, as well as elected to the NSDTA Executive Advisory

agents and paralegals working in that area at FBT. Schell combines his former careers

Council. He is a member of the Law School’s adjunct faculty.

as a control systems engineer, fighter aviator and electronic warfare specialist for the US Air Force to provide unparalleled legal expertise in aerospace and patent law.

Shakeba DuBose, ’04, received the Samuel S. Dargan Award at the 2019 Rapheal M. Prevot Jr. Barrister’s Ball hosted by the Black Law Student Association.

Thomas Joseph Treutler, ’01, was featured in the International Trademark Association Pro Bono Spotlight article highlighting the exceptional pro bono services of

Reminger Co., LPA is proud to announce that Logan C. Hughes, ’04, was honored as one

Treutler and the rest of the Tilleke & Gibbins Vietnam team. Treutler is the managing

of the 2019 Indiana Super Lawyers and Rising Stars. Hughes’s name was announced

director of Tilleke & Gibbins’s Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City offices. Being an attorney

in the 2019 edition of Indiana Super Lawyers, Indianapolis Monthly Magazine, and the

licensed by the State Bar of California, he is registered to practice as a foreign lawyer

online attorney directory at Super Lawyers is a rating service of

in Vietnam and has been providing legal services in Vietnam for 24 years.

outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.



Ngamlak honored with distinguished international alumni award

ship roles in local and state bar associations, local communities and organizations and

Pakkhapon “Good” Ngamlak, ’04, was awarded the J. William Hicks Award for

to serve as role models in matters of ethics and professionalism.

distinguished international alumni at the 2019 Alumni Conference and Reunion in Bangkok, Thailand. Named for IU law professor William Hicks, the Maurer School

The law firm of Bose McKinney & Evans LLP is pleased to announce that Tim Delaney,

of Law J. William Hicks Award for Distinguished International Alumni recognizes

’06, has been elected partner of the firm. DeLaney joined the firm in October as of

the accomplishments of international alumni whose careers serve as an inspiration

counsel to the White-Collar Crime and Litigation Groups, and focuses his practice on

to young lawyers.

white-collar criminal defense, compliance and internal investigations, and complex litigation. Prior to joining Bose McKinney & Evans, DeLaney worked as a grand jury

The Indiana State Bar Association announced Aaron Johnson, ’05, as part of its Lead-

deputy prosecutor in the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office in Indianapolis.

ership Development Academy Class of 2019. The Leadership Development Academy is a statewide leadership program established to empower and develop lawyers to be

Banner & Witcoff, Ltd named Anna Lauren King, ’06, as a principal shareholder, part

informed, committed and involved so that they may fill significant leadership roles in

of a group of attorneys who advise on all matters of intellectual property law and are

local and state bar associations, local communities and organizations and to serve as

dedicated to assisting their clients in protecting their work and ideas. King’s practice

role models in matters of ethics and professionalism.

concentrates on trademark, domain name, and copyright prosecution and counseling matters. King serves as a board member and Chair of the Trademark Committee

The Defense Trial Council of Indiana named its 2019 officers and directors at its

of the Intellectual Property Law Association of Chicago, and is an active member of

Twenty-Fifth Annual Conference and Annual Meeting and they will take office

the Harmonization of Trademark Law and Practice Committee of the International

January 1, 2019. New to the board will be Belinda R. Johnson-Hurtado, ’05, with

Trademark Association and the Trademark Relations with the USPTO Committee of

Clendening Johnson & Bohrer in Bloomington.

American Intellectual Property Law Association.

Woodard, Emhardt, Henry, Reeves & Wagner, LLP is pleased to announce that William

Karen Elinor Levy, ’06, presented as part of the Ethics in the Information Age

A. McKenna, ‘05 has been named to the Rising Stars list in the areas of Intellectual

speakers’ series funded by the Indiana University Consortium for the Study of Religion,

Property Litigation and Intellectual Property since 2012. Attorneys named to the Ris-

Ethics, and Society. Levy’s talk was on “RoboTruckers: The Double Threat of AI for

ing Stars list are selected using a patented, multi-phase process that considers factors

Low-Wage Work”.

such as peer recognition, professional achievement and high ethical standards. No more than 2.5% of the attorneys in the state are named to the Rising Stars list.

Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis, LLP, a leading provider of legal services to the healthcare, financial services, technology, retail and hospitality industries, elected Jonah

The Indiana State Board of Education has named Kathleen Ellen Mote, ’05, the new

Lee Price, ’06, partner from the firm’s Healthcare Compliance & Operations, Finance &

vice chair of the Board of Education.

Restructuring Corporate, and Litigation & Dispute Resolution practices. Price provides counsel to healthcare companies, financial services institutions, specialty lenders

Anne Michelle Tucker Nees, ’05, was a guest speaker for the Leading Edge Webinar

and private equity firms in domestic and cross-border acquisition financing, asset

Series 2019 at Wolters Kluwer. Nees was a guest speaker in the webinar “The Legal

based lending, working capital financing, corporate restructuring and bankruptcy

Analytics & Innovation Initiative at Georgia State Law: Introduction and Discussion,”


in which Georgia State College of Law’s program in Legal Analytics was discussed. Holsapple expands role as general counsel and VP of governmental affairs Masah SamForay, ’05, has received the 40 under 40 Nation’s Best Advocates award

Casey Holsapple, ’07, has been promoted to General Counsel and Vice President of Gov-

from the National Bar Association. The award recognizes lawyers under 40 who

ernmental Affairs at Kinetrex Energy. In addition to his legal duties, Holsapple will lead

exemplify a broad range of high achievement in the legal field. SamForay is a principal

the company’s development of renewable natural gas projects, manage the company’s

in the Foray Firm, Olympic Fields, Ill.

federal and state government relations strategy, and oversee human resources. Holsapple has worked in the energy industry for more than a decade. He previously worked for

The Indiana State Bar Association announced Laura Christine Bonadies, ’06, as part

Duke Energy Corp. as an associate general counsel and with Bingham McHale LLP (now

of its Leadership Development Academy Class of 2019. The Leadership Development

Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP) in its energy and utilities practice group.

Academy is a statewide leadership program established to empower and develop lawyers to be informed, committed and involved so that they may fill significant leader-



Alison Waske Sutter, ’06, sustainability manager for the city of Grand Rapids, Mich.,

Raheela Saleem Narchoor, ’09, has been awarded a Mayor of London grant for

was named to the Grand Rapids Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 list in 2017. She lives in

her anthology-writing project focused on the life stories of women born in armed

Grand Rapids.

conflict areas.

Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren S.C. has announced that Shareholder Megan K. Jackson,

Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck is pleased to announce that Adam K. Yowell, ’09,

’07, has been appointed to the Council of Institutional Investors Markets Advisory

has been promoted to of counsel in their Reno office. A dedicated litigator with a

Council. The primary purpose of the CII Markets Advisory Council is to provide input

background in the hard sciences, Yowell is a member of the firm’s intellectual proper-

on legal, financial reporting and investment market trends, suggest topics/speakers

ty department and has extensive experience both enforcing and defending patents.

for upcoming CII meetings and teleconferences, and recommend current and future

He has argued cases in federal district courts across the country, the PTAB, and the

Council activities that promote the value of CII membership.

Federal Circuit, including several Markman and dispositive motion hearings. Yowell has substantial experience in all phases of patent litigation, including first-chairing

Fisher Phillips, a national labor and employment law firm representing employers,

multiple simultaneous IPR proceedings, drafting appellate, claim construction and

announced the addition of Suzy E. Lee, ’07, as an associate in its Los Angeles office. Lee

summary judgment briefs, and generating contention discovery and expert reports.

joined the firm from Capstone Law APC’s Los Angeles office. Katz Korin Cunningham is pleased to announce Christopher Michael Trapp, ’07, has joined as attorney.

2010s The Fort Wayne law firm of Barrett McNagny LLP is pleased to announce that Mark H. Bains, ’10, was elected partner, effective January 1, 2019. Bains concentrates his

Laura Rochet Caputo, ’08, became chief of staff to the CEO at Turnaround Management

practice in the area of real estate law, including commercial and residential real estate

Association, a global non-profit organization consisting of corporate renewal profes-

transactions, land use planning, real estate litigation, and construction law.

sionals in Chicago. She previously worked as an attorney for Chicago-based law firm Geraci Law. Before earning her law degree, Caputo worked in communications with the

Benjamin Anthony Blair, ’10, has been named an Up-and-Coming Lawyer by Indiana

Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute, the US Department of Commerce, and as an

Lawyer’s 2019 Leadership in Law award for balancing the early stages of developing a

associate instructor for the IU Media School.

legal practice with a responsibility to do pro bono work and give back to the local community. Blair has built a reputation as a leader in finding solutions to taxing problems,

Kroger Gardis & Regas, LLP is pleased to announce that Ted Wallace Nolting, ’08, was

sharing his expertise as an adjunct professor at the Maurer Law School. Blair also

named partner in January of 2019. Nolting represents clients in the areas of municipal

applies his talents on pro bono tax and other legal matters, in addition to finding time

law, corporate law, real estate, and intellectual property.

to serve on the board of the Indianapolis Opera Company. He is an associate at Faegre Baker Daniels in Indianapolis.

The Benton Foundation welcomed Ryland W. Sherman, ’08, as the Benton Research Associate. Sherman is Benton’s lead researcher on broadband accessibility and afford-

Angela Janette Della Rocco, ’10, has joined Ice Miller LLP’s litigation practice. Della

ability in underserved communities, working on a report to address the challenges in

Rocco has experience in civil litigation and has represented health care providers in

promoting broadband access in America.

the defense of medical malpractice claims.

The global law firm Jones Day has announced that Laura Jane Durfee, ’09, has been

Henry Mestetsky, ’10, was honored in Indianapolis Business Journal’s 2019 Forty Under

named to the firm’s partnership. Durfee is a trial lawyer who represents clients in civil

40 recognition program. The Forty Under 40 list recognizes professional leaders who

and criminal litigation and regulatory and compliance matters involving the health

have achieved success and excelled in their field before the age of 40 and have demon-

care industry.

strated leadership, initiative and dedication in pursuing their careers.

The global law firm Jones Day has announced that Michele Rose Goodman, ’09,

Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP is pleased to announce that Jeffrey D. Stemerick, ’10,

has been named to the firm’s partnership. Goodman advises clients on

has been promoted to partner in the firm’s Indianapolis office. Stemerick focuses his

compliance, regulatory, and transactional matters throughout the health care

practice on the areas of commercial litigation, appellate, environmental litigation,

and life sciences industries.

construction, utilities, and insurance coverage and recovery.



The Fort Wayne law firm of Barrett McNagny LLP is pleased to announce that Philip A.

Woodard Emhardt Henry Reeves & Wagner LLP congratulates Joshua P. Astin, ’12, on

Wagler, ’10, was elected partner, effective January 1, 2019. Wagler focuses his practice

being elected partner at the firm’s office in Indianapolis. Astin specializes in US and

on business succession planning, federal and state taxation, estate planning, and

foreign patent preparation and prosecution for a variety of technologies including:

estate administration.

tissue engineering, stem cells, implantable medical devices, and genetic sequence listings. His patent experience includes patentability analysis, freedom to operate

Onika Williams, ’10, has received the 40 under 40 Nation’s Best Advocates award from

analysis, as well as licensing and agreement work.

the National Bar Association. The award recognizes lawyers under 40 who exemplify a broad range of high achievement in the legal field. Williams is an attorney-advisor with

Elizabeth Bodamer, ’12, has been recognized as a new ACF/AccessLex Fellow. The pur-

the US Surface Transportation Board, Arlington, Va.

pose of the fellowship is to assist emerging scholars who are studying issues of access, affordability, or value in legal and higher education. This doctoral fellowship program

Ice Miller LLP is pleased to announce that Aaron Aft, ’11, has been promoted to partner

seeks to assemble and coordinate a professional network of scholars who will produce

in the firm’s Indianapolis office. Aft works with investment firms, banks, develop-

innovative, objective, empirical and interdisciplinary research in the field. She previ-

ers, brokers, management companies, non-profits, public and private companies and

ously served as the Law School’s director of student affairs.

entrepreneurs. He helps his clients navigate the complex legal issues and challenges associated with acquisitions, dispositions, development, financing, and leasing of

Jacob A. Droppers, ’12, has been elected partner at Varnum LLP. Droppers is a corporate

real estate across the country.

attorney based in the Grand Rapids office. His practice focuses on corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, private offerings, finance and other commercial

Freeborn & Peters LLP is pleased to announce that Erin E. McAdams, ’11, has joined the


firm’s Chicago office as a partner in the Litigation Practice Group, focusing on employment litigation and counseling. McAdams helps companies navigate employment laws,

Richard William Gardner, ’12, was selected for inclusion on the Indiana Rising Stars

and defends employers in a wide range of class, collective, and single-plaintiff disputes

2019 list. Rising Stars recognizes the top up-and-coming attorneys in the state—no

before federal and state courts. She regularly counsels and litigates matters brought

more than 2.5 percent of lawyers in the state are selected. Gardner’s practice as an

under state and federal antidiscrimination laws, the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA),

attorney at Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP concentrates on environmental compliance

and the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA).

and permitting, complex environmental litigation and permit appeals, managing environmental remediation projects and advising clients on environmental due dili-

Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP is pleased to announce that Jonathan D. McPike, ’11,

gence. Gardner routinely advises clients involved in traditional and alternative energy

has been promoted to partner in the firm’s Indianapolis office. McPike focuses his

production; petroleum and biofuel refining; solid and hazardous waste collection,

practice on the areas of investment funds, private equity, corporate securities, mergers

processing, and recycling; public and private water and wastewater utility services;

and acquisitions, and venture capital.

medical device manufacturing and automobile and auto parts manufacturing.

Rothberg Logan & Warsco LLP has promoted Alexander Jay Platte, ’11, to partner and

Shariff receives healthcare law award

as a member of its estate planning and administration and business transactions

The American Bar Association’s Health Law Section honored Stites & Harbison, PLLC

practice groups. Platte has been with the firm for more than seven years and

attorney Ozair M. Shariff, ’12, with the 2019 Emerging Young Lawyers in Healthcare

assists individuals with estate planning, federal and state tax issues, and estate

Award at the Annual Emerging Issues in Healthcare Law Conference held in Orlando,

and trust administration.

Florida. Shariff was one of five honorees for the inaugural award. The Emerging Young Lawyers in Healthcare Award honors young Health Law Section members who exempli-

Ice Miller LLP is pleased to announce that Gregory C. Touney, ’11, has been promoted

fy a broad range of achievement, vision, leadership, and legal and community service

to partner in the firm’s Indianapolis office. Touney advises and represents clients

in health law.

in all areas of real estate transactions. He focuses his practice on acquisitions and dispositions, development projects, leasing and financing, while representing a

Shariff is an attorney based in the Louisville office where he is a member of the Health

wide range of clients including developers, investment advisers, real estate invest-

Care Service Group. Shariff’s practice is devoted to a wide range of issues affecting

ment trusts, public utilities, nonprofit organizations, colleges and universities,

health care providers and business owners, focusing on regulatory, compliance, priva-

and family businesses.

cy and data security, physician contracting, antitrust, and general transactional and corporate matters. In addition to assisting health care entities, Shariff is experienced



in providing practical advice and counsel to small business owners and entrepreneurs.

and represents clients in post grant proceedings before the US Patent and Trademark

Shariff was named to Lawyers of Color magazine’s Hot List 2014, Louisville Business

Office. He also counsels clients in trademark matters and procures trademark registra-

First’s “20 People to Know in Health Care” list in 2015 and “Forty Under 40” in 2016 and

tions on their behalf.

was recognized as a New Voice in Philanthropy by The Voice-Tribune in 2017. Hargitt recognized as Up-and-Coming Lawyer Woodard Emhardt Henry Reeves & Wagner LLP congratulates Blake R. Hartz, ’12, on

Samantha R. Hargitt, ’13, has been named an Up-and-Coming Lawyer by Indiana

being elected partner at the firm’s office in Indianapolis. Hartz focuses his practice on

Lawyer’s 2019 Leadership in Law award for balancing the early stages of developing a

intellectual property litigation in both federal court and administrative proceedings

legal practice with a responsibility to do pro bono work and give back to the local com-

at the USPTO, having represented clients in patent, trademark, and trade secret cases

munity. Hargitt has become a leader in Wooden McLaughlin’s real estate practice and

in courts across the country, various trademark opposition/cancellation actions,

is active with the Urban Land Institute, serving on the advisory board of the Indiana

and more than a dozen patent Inter Partes Review proceedings. He has worked on all

District Council. Hargitt has been active in IndyBar and Indiana State Bar Association

stages of disputes, from pre-filing investigations through appeal, and also maintains

activities. She is an associate at Wooden McLaughlin in Indianapolis.

active patent and trademark prosecution dockets, including serving as US counsel for overseas companies and attorneys.

The Indiana State Bar Association announced Patrick C. Thomas, ’13, as part of its Leadership Development Academy Class of 2019. The Leadership Development Acade-

Krieg DeVault LLP is pleased to announce that Micah Nichols, ’12, has been hired as

my is a statewide leadership program established to empower and develop lawyers to

an associate in the firm’s business, acquisitions, and securities practice group and

be informed, committed and involved so that they may fill significant leadership roles

concentrates his practice in the areas of estate planning and business law. He works in

in local and state bar associations, local communities and organizations and to serve

the firm’s Carmel office.

as role models in matters of ethics and professionalism.

Gonzaga University School of Law is pleased to announce Drew T. Simshaw, ’12, will be

Katherine Fay Hall, ’14, is a legal writer in the Cleveland office of the law firm Ulmer

taking his talents to Spokane in 2019 as a tenure-track assistant professor. Simshaw’s

& Berne. She uses her diverse experience as a licensed attorney and her background

areas of expertise include legal research and writing, communications and technology

in journalism to execute marketing strategy and provide forward-thinking, creative

law, and legal ethics.

leadership across the firm’s practices, offices, and departments. As a legal writer, she drafts and edits strategic copy for marketing materials, including press releases, media

Treto appointed to Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation

pitches, website content, attorney biographies, RFP responses, rankings and awards

Gov. J.B. Pritzker appointed Evanston’s deputy city attorney Mario Treto, Jr., ’12, to the

submissions, and attorney presentations. Hall also provides editorial review of market-

Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation. Treto will serve as the

ing materials with an emphasis on ensuring accuracy and branding consistency.

department’s director of real estate, where he will regulate the state’s real estate industry and will oversee almost 100,000 licensees in real estate professional education,

Zachary S. Heck, ’14, was selected for inclusion on the Ohio Rising Stars 2019 list.

licensure, regulation and discipline.

Rising Stars recognizes the top up-and-coming attorneys in the state—no more than 2.5 percent of lawyers in the state are selected. Heck’s practice focuses on privacy and data

Allison Weyand, ’12, has been named a member of the firm of Frost Brown Todd. She

security. Specifically, Heck assists clients in the areas of privacy compliance, defense

focuses her time on fire and explosion litigation, insurance bad faith, drug and medical

litigation, class action defense and guidance in the aftermath of an information securi-

device litigation, and product liability defense. She is based in the Louisville office.

ty event, including data breach.

Howard & Howard Attorneys PLLC is pleased to announce that Richard J. Cantor,

Leah L. Seigel, ’14, has been named an Up-and-Coming Lawyer by Indiana Lawyer’s

’13, has joined the firm. He will practice in the firm’s Royal Oak, Mich. office. Cantor

2019 Leadership in Law award for balancing the early stages of developing a legal

concentrates his practice in intellectual property with a focus on the preparation and

practice with a responsibility to do pro bono work and give back to the local community.

prosecution of US and international patent applications. He has experience in the

Seigel is the youngest member of a select committee the Indiana Supreme Court has

software, computer, electrical, and mechanical arts, including the areas of automotive

appointed to review the Bar exam. Seigel is also extremely active in numerous bar and

telematics and infotainment systems, communications, wireless signal processing,

community service efforts. She is an associate at Barnes & Thornburg in Indianapolis.

autonomous vehicles, and revenue and inventory management. Cantor advises clients and drafts written opinions relating to patentability, non-infringement and invalidity,



Elyssa A. Campodonico-Barr, ’15, was honored in Indianapolis Business Journal’s 2019

a legal practice with a responsibility to do pro bono work and give back to the local

Forty Under 40 recognition program. The Forty Under 40 list recognizes professional

community. Meek has become a leader in bar activities, serving as the communica-

leaders who have achieved success and excelled in their field before the age of 40 and

tions chair on the executive board of the IndyBar’s Young Lawyers Division. Meek has

have demonstrated leadership, initiative and dedication in pursuing their careers.

also provided pro bono assistance and works with Best Buddies, a program dedicated to service adults with intellectual disabilities. She is an associate at Bingham

The Indiana State Bar Association announced Emily A. Storm-Smith, ’15, as part

Greenebaum Doll in Indianapolis.

of its Leadership Development Academy Class of 2019. The Leadership Development Academy is a statewide leadership program established to empower and develop lawyers to be informed, committed and involved so that they may fill significant leadership roles in local and state bar associations, local communities and organizations and to serve as role models in matters of ethics and professionalism. Carlton Fields is pleased to announce that Farah Z. Alkayed, ’16, has joined the firm’s Los Angeles office as an associate. Alkayed is a member of the firm’s National Trial Practice’s Business Litigation section. Alkayed represents businesses and individuals in federal and state courts in commercial litigation, including contract disputes, fraud claims, insurance, construction, and real estate matters. Alkayed also has

Then Governor-elect Ron DeSantis recommended Jamal A. Sowell, ’17, the chief of staff at Port Tampa Bay, to head Enterprise Florida, a public-private partnership that operates as the state’s corporate recruitment agency. In January 2019, the Enterprise Florida, Inc. board of directors unanimously voted to approve Sowell as the new president and CEO. He will also serve as Florida’s Secretary of Commerce. Joseph Daniel Vaughn, ’17, has joined the Morgan County Prosecutor’s Office as deputy prosecutor. Katz Korin Cunningham is pleased to announce Jarod Zimmerman, ’17, has joined as an attorney.

experience in intellectual property and employment law, as well as security and healthcare regulations.

Faegre Baker Daniels welcomed Zena A. Braish, ’18, as an associate to the Fort Wayne location. Braish practices with the firm’s real estate group.

An article co-authored by Lydia Barbash-Riley, ’16, and Indiana Law Prof. Robert L. Fischman, “Empirical Environmental Scholarship,” was judged one of the 15 best

Warner Norcross + Judd LLP is pleased to welcome Alexandra E. Chitwood, ’18, to the

articles published in 2018 by a group of legal scholars convened by the Land Use and

firm’s Grand Rapids office. Before joining the firm, Chitwood served as a clerk for the

Environment Law Review.

Hon. Thomas L. Ludington of the US District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan.

The Indiana State Bar Association announced Stephanie N. Slone, ’16, as part of

Faegre Baker Daniels welcomed Alyssa Eckerley, ’18, as an associate to the Indianapo-

its Leadership Development Academy Class of 2019. The Leadership Development Academy is a statewide leadership program established to empower and develop lawyers to be informed, committed and involved so that they may fill significant leadership roles in local and state bar associations, local communities and organizations and to serve as role models in matters of ethics and professionalism.

lis location. Eckerley practices with the firm’s intellectual property group. Amber Pierre, ’18, was sworn into the Florida bar by Judge Rodriguez, ’80, in Miami, Florida. Greenwood Mayor Mark Myers hired Shayla Pulliam, ’18, to be the city’s first director of economic development. Pulliam’s responsibilities will include being the city’s

The Indiana State Bar Association announced Marie L. Forney, ’17 as part of its Lead-

primary contact for businesses and developers looking to relocate to Greenwood,

ership Development Academy Class of 2019. The Leadership Development Academy

coordinating efforts with other local economic development agencies and working

is a statewide leadership program established to empower and develop lawyers to be

on marketing efforts for the city.

informed, committed and involved so that they may fill significant leadership roles in local and state bar associations, local communities and organizations and to serve as

Warner Norcross + Judd LLP is pleased to welcome Kaitlin D. Sheets, ’18, to the firm’s

role models in matters of ethics and professionalism.

Grand Rapids office. Before joining the firm, Sheets served as a judicial extern to Chief Justice Loretta Rush of the Indiana Supreme Court.

Faegre Baker Daniels welcomed Emily A. Kile-Maxwell, ’17, as an associate to the Indianapolis location. Kile-Maxwell practices with the firm’s business litigation group.

Anasuya E. Shekhar, ’18, spent the fall at Cambridge University as a Snyder Fellow in honor of Earl Snyder, ’47.

Jessica Laurin Meek, ’17, has been named an Up-and-Coming Lawyer by Indiana Lawyer’s 2019 Leadership in Law award for balancing the early stages of developing


Katie Hughes, ‘18, has joined the Tyra Law Firm in Indianapolis.



parents and one brother, Gregory R. Ambrose. Memorial contributions may be made to

Sen. Birch Bayh authored constitutional amendments, Title IX

Amy Catherine Conner Cornell, ’03, leaves behind a legacy of audacious faith and

Former United States Sen. Birch Bayh, ’60, author of the 25th and 26th Amendments

generosity of spirit that will be remembered for generations. In all she did, Amy was the

to the US Constitution and author of Title IX of the Higher Education Act, and one

hands and feet of Jesus Christ. She was an enthusiastic encourager, quick to pray, and

of the last surviving leaders of a heroic age in American progressive politics, died on

a dynamic example of how to see the hurt in others and accept them, not in spite of, but

March 14 at his home in Easton, Md. He was 91. He was surrounded by family. He is

because of it. Above all else, Amy believed that Jesus could redeem all circumstances.

the Le Roy Education Advancement Foundation or Horizon Hobby’s Hobbies for Good.

survived by his wife, Katherine “Kitty” Bayh; and two sons, former Indiana senator and governor Birch Evans Bayh III, known as Evan, and Christopher J. Bayh, an attorney

It would not be hyperbole to say that any who met Amy loved her; she had a captivating

and partner at Barnes & Thornburg in Indianapolis. He leaves four grandchildren.

way of meeting someone once and connecting with them deeply. Those she loved would exclusively be called by nicknames instead of their given names. Amy’s children, Annie, Christian, and Conner Cornell, had no doubt they were cherished every moment,

William Robert “Bill” Pietz, ’69, retired federal judge, died on December 15, 2018

unconditionally. She often insisted that her husband of nearly ten years, Jonathan

in Buffalo, NY. He was the son of the late Carlton and Amelia Mank Pietz. Survivors

Cornell, was everything “true, noble, right, pure, and admirable.”

include his brother, Raymond (Mary Jo) Pietz of Cheshire, OR; nephew, Ryan (Jessee) Pietz; and cousin, William (Patricia) Mank; along with many other relatives.

Amy exuberated excellence in every pursuit, receiving degrees from Purdue University, IU Law School, and Princeton Theological Seminary. Her professional accomplishments were numerous and admirable, but most importantly, they served her in her

Joseph M. Ambrose, ’82, age 61, of Mahomet, Ill., formerly of Le Roy, Ill., passed away

life mission to advocate for the marginalized and overlooked. As a chaplain at White’s

Friday, January 4, 2019, at Carle Foundation Hospital, Urbana, Ill. He was born July 28,

Residential and Family Services, she helped young people recognize their worth and

1957, in Peoria, Ill., to Joseph J. and Charlotte M. Mittendorf Ambrose. He married

know True Love. As Wabash Superior Court Judge, only the third in history, she was a

Julianne Epperson on June 21, 1980, in Le Roy, Ill.

passionate advocate of its proactive courts.

Ambrose moved to Le Roy with his family in 1967, where he met his future wife, Julie;

Amy is survived by her husband and children; father, Merle Conner; David (brother),

both graduated from Le Roy High School in 1975. He received a bachelor’s degree in

Laura, Cadey, Calvin, and Caleb Conner; John (brother), Melissa, Jude, and Levi

finance from the University of Illinois in 1979, a law degree from Indiana University in

Conner; Greg, Barb, and Peter Cornell; Mahmoud and Ginny Baali; and a host of Conner

1982, and a master’s in business administration from Northwestern University in 2001.

and Cornell family members who adored her. She is preceded in death by her Mama Judy Conner, her beloved Uncle Pete, and her Cousin Sam Baali.

He first worked as a lawyer with Bane, Allison, & Saint in 1982, and later Saint & Ambrose, Hinshaw & Culbertson, and Costigan & Wollrab. He joined Horizon Hobby in 2006, and became CEO in 2008. Ambrose and his wife traveled frequently, visiting 20 countries, Disney World, and their grandchildren. He loved motorcycles, reading, and spending time with friends and family. He was a member of St. Mary Church in Downs, the Champaign Country Club, and the Board of Directors for First Busey Corporation. He is survived by his loving wife in Mahomet and four children: three sons, Joseph Jacob (Danielle) Ambrose of Champaign, Ill.; Benjamin Matthew Ambrose of St. Louis; and Bradley Conard (Sarah) Ambrose of Boulder, Col.; one daughter, Megan Leta (David) Jones of Washington, DC; eight grandchildren; one brother, James (Kathryn) Ambrose of Springfield, Ill.; and three sisters: Julie Ambrose of St. Charles, Ill., Mary Ambrose of New York City, and Margaret Ambrose of Peoria, Ill. He was preceded in death by his



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