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paying it forward

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dear alumni and friends:

In this issue of ergo, we celebrate the generosity of those who have made Indiana Law one

of the nation’s top-flight law schools. Whether making a major, transformative gift or just

meeting a student to discuss career options over coffee, your contributions have been —

and will continue to be — absolutely crucial to our success.

Last year, we set records. Your gifts to the Fund for Excellence, our unrestricted annual fund,

totaled just under $1.2 million — a four percent increase over last year and a 23 percent

increase since 2010. The Leonard D. Fromm Memorial Fund, established in 2013 in honor

of our longtime dean of students and alumni affairs, has raised more than $400,000 in gifts

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A MESSAGE FROM DEAN PARRISH

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LIGHTING THE WAY FOR A NEW GENERATION

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HOOSIERS OUTRUN CANCER

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FROMM FUND SURPASSES $400,000

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DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARDS PRESENTED

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PARTNER SCHOOLS NETWORK CONTINUES TO GROW

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YOUNG ALUMNI STEERING COMMITTEE INAUGURATED

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BROWN COMMEMORATED

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NEWS FROM THE DEAN’S ADVISORY BOARDS

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UPCOMING EVENTS

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CLASS REUNIONS

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NEWS FROM THE RESEARCH CENTERS

making an impact while they are here — setting them on a lifelong path of service as prepared professionals.

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MOOT COURT CELEBRATES 50TH ANNIVERSARY

The numbers are striking. Through our seven clinics, six projects and our centers of excellence, our students, each year, help

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A MESSAGE FROM THE ALUMNI BOARD PRESIDENT

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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS

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THE KIMBERLING SOCIETY

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VOLUNTEERS

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CLASS NOTES

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IN MEMORIAM

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WAYS TO GIVE

and pledges, including $19,575 from the class of 2014. Almost 1,400 of you volunteered your time to recruitment, career advising and on-campus activities, including 250 of you who offered to serve as mentors to existing students in our new mentoring program. Hundreds of alumni are involved with our Alumni Board, our Board of Visitors and new Young Alumni Steering Committee. As impressive as these numbers are, the impact of our alumni engagement tells the more interesting story. Your support of the school allows us to provide exceptional and distinctive educational experiences. As a result of your generosity, our students start

thousands of families and individuals live better lives, while spurring economic prosperity and growth. Every year, students in our VITA program help more than 500 Monroe County residents complete their income tax returns. In 2013, students in our Disability Law Clinic helped 30 clients with disability claims. Students in our Elmore Entrepreneurship Clinic have helped new ventures get started as full-fledged, legally established entities ready to do business. And students involved with our new Intellectual Property Clinic also help start-ups, providing critical pro bono patent and trademark advice. Over the past several years, more than 8,000 acres of Indiana land have been protected through student work with conservation organizations. Increasingly practitioners, policy makers and other leaders in law, business and public service turn to law schools for guidance and insight. Many more students work collaboratively and under the tutelage of our faculty on projects that provide this guidance and insight. In the summer of 2014 alone, our students volunteered nearly 12,000 hours to a variety of pro bono causes. But our impact is not just at home. Through our Center on Constitutional Democracy, dozens of students get real-world experience working on constitutional and legal reform projects in post-conflict countries. And since 2010, more than 60 students have spent the summer in seven foreign countries working as externs in law firms, nonprofit organizations or corporations, on projects as wide-ranging as tax research to advocacy for the most oppressed lower-caste communities in India. The impact continues after law school. Through alumni generosity, we now fund over 40 students in bridge-to-practice fellowships that provide our graduates employment from the time they take their bar exam to the time they receive bar exam results. Stories like these — and

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When I joined the school as dean in January, I said that there was something different and special about the Maurer School of Law. Since then I have visited over 1,000 alumni in eight states and on three continents, and my initial impressions have been confirmed many times over. We continue to attract some of the best and brightest students from around the world. They do great things while in law school, and they go on to do great things after their time here ends. A large reason for that is your generosity. Your support of our school is remarkable. All of us are grateful for it.

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we can tell many others — are the true measure of your financial support.


alumni generosity sets the bar for others’ support

Indiana Law alumni have always been generous to the school. Several sizable gifts in 2014 will have a direct impact on students while they are here — and help prepare them for a life of professional service to others. The generosity of our alumni is important for another reason: It serves as a call to action to others to contribute their own financial support to the Law School, its programs and its students. Here are the stories of these recent gifts and their longstanding impact. — The editors

making life easier after law school Alex Robbins grew up just a short trip down Ind. 37 from Bloomington. The small town of Bedford is known for its immense limestone repositories; much of the new Yankee Stadium in New York is crafted with the Indiana stone. When it came time to decide where he was going to make a lasting impact, however, Robbins looked not to Chicago, Ann Arbor or New York, but rather to the school seemingly in his own backyard: the Maurer School of Law. “I didn’t choose IU as an undergrad,” Robbins said (he graduated from Wabash College), “but Bloomington seemed like a natural destination for law school. The things I knew about IU from growing up in the area — the traditions, the culture — had me interested from the start. And after some conversations with Greg Castanias, JD’90, an alumnus of both Maurer and Wabash, it was clear that the Maurer School of Law was the perfect community, the perfect school for me. There was nowhere else I wanted to be.” Like Robbins, Charles Bruess grew up in the shadows of Maxwell Hall

“...it was clear that the Maurer School of Law was the perfect community, the perfect school for me. There was nowhere else I wanted to be.”

was for him, too. He graduated in 1963; his son Steven followed in his father’s footsteps, graduating in 1989. He serves on the school’s Intellectual Property Advisory Board. When the elder Bruess decided he wanted to give back, he harkened back to his days in southern Indiana. Earlier this year, he and wife Jean endowed a $50,000 scholarship in their name. And while they could have earmarked the gift for anything, they wanted to ensure they did all they could for local

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and the Old Crescent, and eventually decided the Maurer School of Law


students who dreamt of going to law school. As such, preference is now

contacts in the area, so I was able to get a jumpstart on my life through the

given to applicants who graduated from public high school in the counties

Bridge-to-Practice program.”

that surround IU: Monroe, Owen, Morgan, Greene, Brown and Lawrence. As the first recipient of a Bruess Scholarship, Robbins was overwhelmed by the generosity. “It’s an honor anytime you receive a scholarship award, but to receive a scholarship endowed by an alumnus and his wife is even more special,” he said. “They endow these scholarships because of the way the Law School changed their lives for the better, and it is the best way for them to

scolnik chair advancing the conservation law clinic

give back and help affect change in the lives of current students. Graduating from Wabash, I will have significant loans to pay off after law school, and this

While many gifts to the Law School go toward furthering the student

scholarship will have a tremendous impact when it comes time to begin

experience directly, others serve as the springboard to fulfilling vital clinical

repaying debt. The Bruesses’ gift will go a long way in relieving some of it

opportunities while enabling students to have a direct impact on the

and making it easier to begin life after law school.”

community.

The Bruesses’ gift is just one of a handful of recent donations that are

In August Glenn Scolnik, JD’78, and his wife, Donna, made a $2 million

making an impact on Maurer students, faculty and alumni. From a 2L like

gift to establish the Glenn and Donna Scolnik Clinical Chair. The faculty

Robbins to recent graduates Kelsie Ackman and Travis Mellish, both

is expected to approve the director of the Conservation Law Center,

making a difference.

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“...I was able to get a jumpstart on my life through the Bridge-to-Practice program.”

W. William Weeks, JD’79, as the inaugural chair. The Scolnik Chair is the first endowed chair for a clinical law professor in

Both Ackman and Mellish are currently part of the Bridge-to-Practice

the history of Indiana University, making it a truly remarkable gift. Established

program, which provides fellowships to recent graduates who secure unpaid

in 2005, the Conservation Law Center provides legal counsel without charge

volunteer positions with public interest organizations or small firms while

to conservation organizations, works to improve conservation law and policy,

continuing their job search after graduation. In a legal market that has not

and offers law students clinical experience in the practice of conservation

been particularly kind in recent years, Bridge-to-Practice allows graduates to

law and the profession’s public service tradition.

focus on gaining valuable experience — not to mention performing valuable community service — while looking for permanent placement.

Furthermore, the center — just as all Maurer centers and clinical opportunities — allows them to explore different areas of law and develop passions

“It really helps get our name and face out there,” said Ackman, whose

that will have lifelong effects on society. The Scolnik Chair will provide —

academic coursework was so impressive that she bypassed the LSAT and

for years to come — a premier opportunity for those students interested in

enrolled straight into the Law School as part of its Direct Admit program.

public service to the environment.

Now volunteering as a legal intern in Tampa, Fla., Ackman is learning from

“The center not only provides our students a tremendous close-up view of

a seasoned veteran. Mellish, too, is in Florida, serving as assistant state

what it’s like to practice law, but also shows how public service is an

attorney in the Office of the State Attorney for the 9th Judicial Circuit.

important part of a professional career,” said Dean Parrish. “The Scolnik

“I had always wanted to move to Florida after graduation, and this scholarship has allowed me to come here and pursue my career interests in the state I wanted to live in,” Ackman said. “I had never been here, and had zero

Chair will be instrumental in allowing the Conservation Law Center to continue this important work.”

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JD’14, the generosity of an anonymous member of the class of 1961 is


Other students with financial assistance needs can now apply for the Pat

financial aid for top students in need For students currently in law school, the Bernard Harrold Endowed Scholarship provides full tuition to a 3L from Indiana who is in the top quarter of his

MORE THAN 90 PERCENT OF MAURER STUDENTS RECEIVE SCHOLARSHIPS, WITH AN AVERAGE ANNUAL GRANT OF NEARLY $25,000

or her class and has demonstrated financial need.

Baude Scholarship, funded by an anonymous donor who was incredibly “Receiving this honor has inspired me to want to give back as much as I can to the Law School in the future to help other students in their quest to become a lawyer.”

inspired by the late professor’s impact on students. Baude, who taught at the Maurer School of Law from August 1968 until his death in January 2011, had an influence on students, faculty and staff that spread far beyond the bounds of his classroom walls. This new scholarship has yet to be awarded, but will inspire the next generation of law students to follow in Baude’s footsteps. These recent gifts continue an already outstanding tradition of Maurer alumni and friends giving back to the school. More than 90 percent

Kathleen Harrold endowed the scholarship in her late husband’s name

of Maurer students receive scholarships, with an average annual grant of

earlier this year, supplementing a previously awarded $300,000 gift that

nearly $25,000.

will be used for annual scholarship awards until the funds are depleted. Bernard “Bernie” Harrold, LLB’51, was a founding partner of the Chicago firm Wildman, Harrold, Allen & Dixon (now Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP); a World War II veteran; and mentor to countless young attorneys throughout his distinguished career. To Cathleen Wyatt, JD’15, recipient of the inaugural Harrold Scholarship, the gift represents the spirit of Maurer generosity and has already inspired her to think about giving back later in her career.

“We are honored and delighted by these generous gifts,” Parrish said. “Gifts like these — from Mrs. Harrold, the Scolniks, and the Bruess family — help us make an outstanding legal education affordable to our students, and we are deeply grateful. “As a result of this recent alumni generosity, the cost of attending the Law School has been reduced. The amount of debt for the class of 2014 was almost 14 percent below that of the class of 2013, and we hope to see that trend continue this year and next. As these stories indicate, our alumni

“I want to do as well as I can in my classes in order to honor the legacy of

can make a tremendous impact on current students, faculty and even

Mr. and Mrs. Harrold and others who contributed to funding this scholar-

recent graduates. We could not be more proud of our current and future

ship,” she said. “Financially it is a huge relief to know that the debt burden

alumni for their continued support of our school.”

I will have upon graduation from financing law school will be much less than I had anticipated.” Wyatt will join the Indianapolis office of Frost Brown Todd after graduating this coming spring, and hopes to work in their business group focusing on general business, banking and bankruptcy. She said she couldn’t believe it when she learned she’d been awarded the

“I had to read the email two or three times before I could really take it all in,” she said. “Receiving this honor has inspired me to want to give back as much as I can to the Law School in the future to help other students in their quest to become a lawyer.”

THE AMOUNT OF DEBT FOR THE CLASS OF 2014 WAS ALMOST 14 PERCENT BELOW THAT OF THE CLASS OF 2013

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scholarship.


runners, walkers honor len fromm at hoosiers outrun cancer

fromm fund surpasses $400,000

As more than 5,100 runners and walkers crossed the starting line of the annual Hoosiers Outrun Cancer event

Those whose lives he affected have shown how much he meant to them through letters, emails and testimonials

Fromm, who passed away after a courageous battle with the multiple myeloma in February 2013, had his name embroidered on visors (in maroon, the official multiple myeloma awareness color) and written on the backs of team members competing in the annual fundraiser event. The race began and ended at Memorial Stadium, where Team Fromm members carried signs that read “Dean Fromm Was Our Homeboy.” Hoosiers Outrun Cancer is now in its 15th year, raising nearly $200,000 annually for the IU Health Olcott Center. This year, several family, faculty and staff members participated in the event in Fromm’s memory. Donna Wilber, Fromm’s widow, was the top fundraiser for the entire event. She was honored after the race for her impressive efforts. “To the Law School, friends, family and acquaintances: We were able to raise $4,175 for Hoosiers Outrun Cancer,” Wilber said. “You are the best and I cannot tell you how much I appreciate the love and support you showed for the cause and for Len.”

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Fromm’s son, Erik, was the top finisher from Team Fromm, completing the 3.5-mile course in 25:15.

RITA EADS, MEREDITH EADS, CATHERINE MATTHEWS, ERIK FROMM, DONNA WILBER, CLAYTON FLETCHER, NELDA COLGLAZIER, TERESA WALTERS, DANA GOODE, JOHN GOODE, DEBBIE LEMON AND KYLE FLETCHER. NOT PICTURED: ALEX TANFORD, GABRIELLE GOODWIN, JANE FLETCHER AND JAMES BOYD.

Fromm lives on in the countless number of students, alumni, faculty and staff who knew him as a kind, smart and compassionate leader.

to the Law School. They’ve also made a commitment to honor Fromm’s life, donating more than $400,000 to the memorial fund in Fromm’s name. Donations made to the Fromm Fund go toward fulfilling the longtime dean of students’ mission of providing what a student needs, when the student needs it, to support the student’s quest for success. All gifts made to the fund go directly toward student-based initiatives. The following members of the class of 2014 contributed $19,420 (49% participation), a portion of which will be matched by Scott N. Flanders, JD’82: Klein Allison Jordan Baker Rammy Barbari Micah Bennett David Bernard Nadia Bhatti Parag Bhayani Megan Boelstler Lizzie Bolka Dino Bovell Matthew Burkhart Joseph Carley Nicholas Catania Sedric Collins Amanda Craig Jacob Dale Rachel Davakis Kristen Davee Adam Doerr Kevin Domanico Sarah Domin

Janelle Duyck Stephan Eggum Nick Farris Katie Fay Jason Feder Claire Foley Anita Foss David Frazee Jessica Fronk Chris Fyall Nick Gable Benjamin Gavel Jacob German John Giacomantonio Sam Gidaro Charles Gray John Hallman Michaelene Hanley Zachary Heck Jonathon Hitz Alaina Hobbs

Stephen Hokanson Lindsey Holden Adesuwa Ighile Jessica Jackson-McLain Andrea Karle Seth Karle Abbey Kinson Brown Jason Kornblatt John Kurtzman Julie Laemmle Michael Lapin Kyle Lawrence Taryn Lewis Jia Li Sherry Lin T. Daniel Logan Caroline Lovett Stephen Lucas Lief Mattila Ryan McDonald Travis Mellish

Annie Milkey Justin Molitoris Luke Nelson Andrew Nishida Michael Novak Rebeca Nuñez Nedu Nweze Kassandra Officer Michael Ogershok Ashley O’Neil Tara Paul Clara Pauw Taylor Perkins Tim Pierce Paula Pitrak Tara Ravindra Owen Reilly Robert Renfroe Kaitlin Riley Jonathan Roach David Robbins

Kathleen Rowe Jennifer Rulon Jay Rumbach Leah Seigel Abe Shanehsaz Charles Shaw Ryan Shephard Daniel Sheroff Julie Spain Jim Spangler Sarah Studzinski David Stupich Nicholas Tagliarino Jonathan Turpin Stephen Tye Katlyn VanDriessche Erica Viar Maggie Watson Ryan Weiss Samantha Wuletich Juliana Yanez

DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD NOMINATIONS OPEN Do you know of alumni who have set themselves apart through service to their communities? Nominations are now open for the 2015 Distinguished Service Awards. For more information, or to submit a nomination, visit law.indiana.edu/alumni/awards/dsa.

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Sept. 20, more than a few were carrying the spirit of Dean Len Fromm.

Though this February will mark the second anniversary of his passing, the memory of Leonard D. “Len”


four alumni honored with distinguished service award Four Indiana Law alumni were presented with the school’s Distinguished Service Award at a luncheon ceremony in the Indiana Memorial Union on October 24.

Christopher D. Lee, ’93 Chris Lee has brought civic engagement to a global level in Evansville, Ind., where he is a partner in Kahn, Dees, Donovan & Kahn, LLP. In 2004 he was sent to Afghanistan as part of an Indiana National Guard deployment to aid refugees in that war-torn country. While there, he founded the Afghanistan Relief Fund, which now supports three orphanages, three hospitals, several refugee camps and a school. He also met an Afghan interpreter named Ajmal (A.J.) Myachel and established a fund to help finance A.J.’s education at the University of Southern Indiana. Chris has shifted his community support to helping Evansville high school students broaden their horizons through sports, including coordinating an annual auction to raise funds to send an entire wrestling team to a large national meet in Orlando, Fla. A recipient of the Army

Robin K. Boles, ’79

Bronze Star, Chris is also one of the youngest attorneys to have been named an Indiana Super Lawyer.

Robin Boles has greatly distinguished herself in service to her community and adopted country of England in ways that go far beyond the traditional practice of law. While visiting clients in England and Scotland in her early career at Arthur Young, she met her future husband, a native of Glasgow, and settled in London. In 1996 she was hired by the Prince of Wales to help establish In Kind Direct, which redistributes surplus goods from manufacturers and retailers across the UK to charities working both domestically and abroad. Under Robin’s leadership, In Kind Direct has redistributed £130 million ($209 million) in goods from over 925 companies, reaching 6,600 organizations and helping millions in need. In 2011 Robin pressed the organization to expand beyond the UK to establish In Kind Direct International, which licenses knowledge and expertise to charities and organizations in other countries, including Germany, France and Singapore. In 2013 In Kind Direct was named “Fastest Growing Charity” by the Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organizations.

John E. Seddelmeyer, ’74 John Seddelmeyer has been an active civic leader in Houston and Dallas, where he is retired senior counsel for legal policy at ExxonMobil Corporation. He and his wife, Sarah, developed a love of opera while living in Houston, and he later served on the board of trustees of the Houston Grand Opera and now the Dallas Opera. John has many fond memories of law school, with only one regret: He failed to take advantage of the many cultural offerings available to IU students. To make sure that Indiana Law students don’t graduate with the same regret, he has hosted an annual visit to the IU Opera with two dozen law students as his guests since 2007. The evening includes a reception at the Musical Arts Center and a backstage tour with IU Jacobs School of Music Dean Gwyn Richards. Thanks to John’s generosity, dozens of Indiana Law students have been introduced to one of Bloomington’s cultural gems.

Gregory J. Jordan, ’84 Almost since the day after graduation, Greg Jordan has been an ardent and dedicated volunteer for Indiana Law and the legal profession. A member of the school’s Alumni Board since 2006 and president in 2012-13, he has worked tirelessly to Chicago area. He is a founding member of the school’s Indiana Law Society of Chicago, and organizes and supports alumni-related activities in that area of the country. For 30 years, he has counseled dozens of students on the risks and rewards of practicing in Chicago, offering candid and practical advice with a liberal dose of good humor. He is a partner in the firm of Jordan & Zito LLC in Chicago.

The Distinguished Service Award was established in 1997 to recognize graduates of the Indiana University Maurer School of Law who have distinguished themselves in service to their communities and the school in ways far exceeding traditional business, professional, and civic duties. Through their hard work, passion, and accomplishments, these alumni define Indiana Law’s ideals for community service and serve as accomplished role models for our Law School and the greater community.

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advance the school’s mission and instill a sense of pride among its alumni in the


indiana law partner schools network continues to grow Strong partnerships can transform a good education into a great education. That’s the guiding principle behind the Maurer School of Law’s ongoing initiative to join forces with more than a dozen of the nation’s top liberal arts and engineering schools, with the goal of attracting their best and brightest students to Indiana Law.

“Liberal arts graduates make great lawyers because they have mastered skills such as critical thinking, intellectual curiosity and analytical precision,” said Dean Parrish. “These skills tend to lead to success in law school. Engineering students have the background for IP law — especially patent law, where the need is strongest. We hope to attract top-flight students in both categories through this new program.” Parrish added that the school’s admissions staff has been visiting current and prospective partner schools recently to meet with students and pre-law advisors, accompanied by faculty members and alumni. Executive associate dean Donna Nagy spoke at Vassar, her alma mater; Prof. Deborah Widiss taught a class at Wellesley; Prof. Don Knebel spoke at Dartmouth; Prof. Fred Aman lectured at Mt. Holyoke; Prof. Mark D. Janis developed a set of IP modules for Purdue; and Parrish taught a mock class at Princeton. Parrish is in similar partnership discussions with about 20 other liberal arts and engineering schools across the country.

The program began in March, when the law school announced a partnership with Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology establishing a scholarship program for engineering students interested in studying intellectual property law (see ergo, Spring 2014). This program offers at least two Rose-Hulman graduates a scholarship amounting to 50 percent of annual tuition, along with access to a formal mentoring program and a research assistant position in the school’s Center for Intellectual Property Research. Depending on the student’s residency and other factors, the scholarship will reduce the cost of law school tuition by about $45,000 to $75,000 over three years. (Like their IP counterparts, scholars from liberal arts schools will receive a scholarship and access to a mentoring program.)

“ Back Home Again” program attracts former Indiana residents to Law School Hoosiers will recognize “Back Home Again” as the first three words of Indiana’s unofficial state song, sung at the beginning of the Indianapolis 500 every year. At Indiana Law, this phrase has a new meaning: a scholarship that reduces tuition to in-state levels for former Hoosiers who have lost their residency status.

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“At an Evansville Bar Association event last summer, I met a lawyer who grew up and spent her entire life in Indiana but moved to Illinois right after college,” Dean Parrish explained. “She lost her Indiana residency as a result, and we lost Since its inception, the program

a fine student to the University of Illinois because she couldn’t afford nonresident tuition. This program is designed

has expanded to include nine

to attract students like her who want to come back home to go to law school.”

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Parrish added that he hopes the Back Home Again program will encourage students to stay in Indiana. “Our state has many wonderful opportunities for lawyers, both as practitioners and in business and public service. This program should further strengthen students’ ties with their home state and cause them to call Indiana home for good.” Parrish noted that given the high quality of students and undergraduate institutions in Indiana, it’s common for students to spend a few years away from home during or after college. “As one of the top public law schools in the nation, we attract students from all over the United States and the world who understand the advantages of an IU education. As the state’s flagship law school, however, we also have an enduring commitment to educating Indiana’s best and brightest. This program is designed to advance and further a strong commitment that goes back to our founding.”

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schools across the United States:


young alumni steering committee inaugurated On Saturday, October 25, a dedicated group of alumni from across the country gathered in Bloomington to begin developing a program for young Indiana Law graduates. Focused on alumni from the past five years, the committee established two simple objectives: create pathways for students in the region or city where they choose to work and create networking opportunities for young alumni. Activities are under way in Chicago, and the committee expects to develop others in the near future.

looking back: series commemorates brown On May 17, 1954, the United States Supreme Court ruled that state laws establishing separate public schools for black and white students were unconstitutional, ushering a new era of equal rights into the fabric of American culture. While great progress has been made in the 60 years since the landmark decision in Brown v. Board of Education, tremendous work remains. To commemorate the 60th anniversary of the ruling and to take a critical look at the successes and failures in the decades since, the Law School hosted a semester-long speaker series, Brown at 60. With support from the IU Office of the Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs and assistance from the American Constitution Society, the series brought in some of the nation’s pre-eminent scholars on race in America, including Harvard Law’s Mark Tushnet, former NAACP president and Southern Poverty Law Center co-founder

AMIR ALI, ’11, LOS ANGELES

HOLLY AMAYA, ’08, SAN DIEGO

LUKE FIELDS, ’12, WASHINGTON, D.C.

ROCHELLE GORDON, ’10, ATLANTA

Julian Bond, and DePauw’s John Dittmer. Professors Kevin Brown, Luis Fuentes-Rohwer, Dawn Johnsen and Ajay Mehrotra, among others, helped organize the event. Brown at 60 programming included: > Mark Tushnet, Harvard Law School, “Parents Involved and the Struggle for Historical Memory,”

(Jerome Hall Lecture)

> Julian Bond, chairman emeritus, NAACP, professor emeritus, University of Virginia, “The Broken Promise of Brown,” JESSE JAMES, ’11, COLUMBUS, OH

JON LEVY, ’13, CHICAGO

SIMON MALINOWSKI, ’12, NEW YORK

KATY MATTHEWS, ’09, DALLAS

(Harris Lecture)

> Guy-Uriel Charles, Duke University School of Law, “The Last War: The End of Racial Equality in Three Moves” > Angela Onwuachi-Willig, University of Iowa College of Law, “The Unspoken Harms of Racial Segregation and

Discrimination: What Brown Failed to Say”

> John Dittmer, DePauw University, “School Desegregation in the Heart of Dixie: Mississippi Then and Now” Expanding beyond lectures, Brown at 60 encompassed a multimedia aspect, too. Bond participated in the screening of selected excerpts from Eyes on the Prize, the critically acclaimed PBS documentary series for which he served as narrator, and IU faculty introduced the documentary American Promise. Both events were hosted JAMES PARKER, ’12, PORTLAND, OR

LAUREN VIOLI SORRELL, ’12, INDIANAPOLIS

JULIE SPAIN, ’14, MARYSVILLE, OH

in the IU Cinema, considered one of the country’s finest university theaters. If you missed the opportunity to attend in person, the Law School has made most Brown at 60 presentations available online. Visit the school’s YouTube channel to catch up.

SARAH THRASHER, ’12, CHICAGO

MARIO TRETO, JR., ’12, CHICAGO

JON TURPIN, ’14, INDIANAPOLIS

LAURA WALDA, ’09, WINTER PARK, FL

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MEGAN OKUN, ’13, CHICAGO


news from the dean’s advisory boards

LGBT ADVISORY BOARD Indiana Law’s LGBT Advisory Board remains an integral part of the school’s community. Recent activities include instituting a mentoring program for LGBT and Maurer students; sponsoring students to participate in the Williams Institute Moot Court Competition at UCLA, the premier national moot court competition on sexual orientation and gender identity; hosting a table at the annual Lambda Legal dinner; hosting several luncheon meetings where students can discuss issues important to them with LGBT students and alumni; and providing numerous networking opportunities. The board makes a point of seeking input from OUTlaw, the school’s LGBT student organization, and involving the students in all major decisions. “OUTlaw’s relationship with the LGBT board continues to offer professional opportunities, build interpersonal relationships, and foster a culture of inclusiveness within the law school,” says Matthew Showalter, JD’15, former president of OUTlaw. “The board members not only strive to advance our own professional careers but serve as excellent role models for the advocates we hope to become. The Alumni Board is truly a crucial part of OUTlaw and the Indiana Law community.” At the fall meeting, the Law School’s Alumni Board unanimously passed a proposal to create three new ex officio

BLSA ALUMNI ADVISORY BOARD Under the leadership of President Shakeba Dubose, JD’04, and mentoring committee chair, Tony Prather, JD’83, the board launched a mentoring program for BLSA students. The response from alumni was overwhelming, with nearly 50 alumni from across the county committing their time to mentor and counsel current students. These efforts

positions to be held by the presidents of the BLSA Alumni Advisory Board, Latino Alumni Advisory Board and LGBT Alumni Advisory Board. This will create a formal link between the Alumni Board and these boards, all of which have made a significant impact through their work with students and the greater Indiana Law community.

helped inform the Career Services Office’s all-alumni mentoring program, which launched in August.

LATINO ALUMNI ADVISORY BOARD On Sept. 6, the BLSA and Latino Alumni Advisory Boards held their annual meetings and luncheon with students. After the event, board members joined nearly 70 black and Latino alumni from across the country for a reception at the home of Professor Kevin Brown. In its eighth year, this event continues to be a highlight of the fall in Bloomington and a terrific opportunity for alumni and student interaction. Under the leadership of President Marisol Sanchez, JD’02, the Latino Advisory Board has also launched a mentoring program for LLSA students.

recent and coming events Since last summer, your alumni office has hosted events in Atlanta, Chicago, Evansville, Grand Rapids, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York, San Francisco, Seattle and Washington, D.C. Plan to join Dean Parrish and your friends at alumni events in these cities next year. Visit law.indiana.edu/alumni

TONY PRATHER, ’83, MAX RICHARDSON, ’83, RICARDO HALL, ’95, STEPHEN REYNOLDS, ’08, ERNEST DUBOSE, ’07, JENNIFER NORTON, ’08

THESE STUDENTS ARE MEMBERS OF THE INDIANA LAW OUTLAW BOARD OR PARTICIPATE IN THE SCHOOL’S LGBT PROJECT: FRONT ROW (L-R): KATIE CULLUM, STEVEN CORFMAN, STEPHEN BRILES, KRISTIN RIEBSOMER, SAMANTHA VON ENDE, GEORGE CRESSY, BEN COWLEY. BACK ROW (L-R): JASON GANGWER, MATTHEW FUSS, LIZ HALET, KEVIN CASIMER, SARAH ROUNSIFER, CAM YATES, SIMONE SPRAGUE, MIAO CHENG.

Cincinnati January 2015

Louisville January 2015

Portland February 2015

Seattle February 2015

New York March 2015

Phoenix March 2015

Washington, D.C. March 2015

Atlanta April 2015

Dallas April 2015

Houston April 2015

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for particulars, and watch your email for invitations to events in your city.


class reunions

55 YEAR REUNION ATTENDEES FRONT ROW (L TO R): BILL GARRARD, DAN FETTERLEY, JIM FITZPATRICK, STAN MATHENY BACK ROW (L TO R): FRED BAUER, PHIL POTTS, BILL MCCRAE, MARV HACKMAN, BILL SALIN, BARRY JELLISON, AL TEAGLE, CONRAD HARVEY, SPENCE SCHNAITTER, ANDY HAYS

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55 YEAR REUNION LEADERS: DAN FETTERLEY & JIM FITZPATRICK

The classes of 1959, 1964, 1984, 1989 and 2004 celebrated their reunions in Bloomington on Saturday, Oct. 25. Special recognition goes to the reunion leaders:

BILL AND SUE SWIFT (50 YEAR)

> 1959 — Dan Fetterley and Jim Fitzpatrick > 1964 — Bob Kassing, chair; Lowell Baier, Bill Ervin, Dave Hughes,

Bob Peterson, Scott Plain, Kim Rogers, Syd Steele and Bill Swift

> 1984 — Brian Shapiro, Lisa Powell and Greg Jordan

ELIZABETH VILLALPANDO, KATALINA VILLALPANDO, HON. JESSE VILLALPANDO, DON LEVENHAGEN & CYNTHIA REICHARD (30 YEAR)

> 1989 — Mark Wright > 2004 — Patrick McGowan

10, 25 AND 30 REUNION LEADERS: GREG JORDAN (30 YEAR), PATRICK MCGOWAN (10 YEAR), LISA POWELL (30 YEAR), BRIAN SHAPIRO (30 YEAR) & MARK WRIGHT (25 YEAR)

FRONT ROW (L TO R): PROVOST LAUREN ROBEL, PROF. DOUG BOSHKOFF, SYD STEELE, BILL ERVIN, LOWELL BAIER CYNTHIA REICHARD, LISA POWELL & KATHY ST. LOUIS (30 YEAR)

BACK ROW (L TO R): JOE BLACK, TED NERING, BOB KASSING, TOM COYNE, DEAN AUSTEN PARRISH (50 YEAR)

ALLAN SLAGEL, DEBBIE ALLEN-SLAGEL (25 YEAR), MARY MANCUSO, ZACK SHAPIRO & BEN REIFSNYDER (SBA STUDENTS)

KRISTINE ZEABART SEUFERT, FREEDOM SMITH, JAMHAL WOOLRIDGE & LISA ADLER (10 YEAR)

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HELEN & BILL MCCRAE (55 YEAR)


practical skills training for students who aspire to practice intellectual property law.”

center for IP research patent clinic certified by USPTO

center for law, society, and culture names jerome hall fellows

Indiana Law’s new intellectual property clinical program, a project of the Center

The Center has named two Jerome Hall postdoctoral fellows for the 2014-15

for Intellectual Property Research, has been selected to join the U.S. Patent and

academic year.

Trademark Office’s Law School Clinic Certification Pilot Program.

Nate Holdren received his Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota, where he

Certification will enable students to practice patent and trademark law before the

studied with Barbara Welke and Tracey Deutsch. He is particularly interested in

federal patent office as part of their pro bono representation of clients of the law

the study of law, gender, and capitalism. His book project, Unacceptable Risks,

school’s Intellectual Property Law Clinic. Fewer than 25 percent of the nation’s law

Acceptable Losses: Workplace Injury, Law, and Employment Discrimination in the

schools have been selected to participate in the pilot program, and fewer still are

United States, 1890-1935, argues that workmen’s compensation legislation benefited

certified in both patent and trademark law.

men more than women and led employers to practice employment discrimination

“We are delighted to partner with the USPTO in this important effort to provide pro bono IP services to early-stage entrepreneurs in Indiana,” said Mark D. Janis, JD’89, the Robert A. Lucas Chair of Law and director of the law school’s Center for Intellectual Property Research. “Our students will gain invaluable hands-on experience in intellectual property practice, and our clients will benefit from the technical advice they need in order to secure rights in their innovations.” Since its formation earlier this year, the school’s Intellectual Property Law Clinic has already represented several clients on patent matters. Complemented by the general corporate counseling work of the law school’s Elmore Entrepreneurship Clinic, the intellectual property clinic expects to support innovators referred by Indiana University Research and Technology Corp., the Purdue Foundry, Rose-Hulman Ventures and the Naval Weapons Support Center Crane, among others. The clinic has 20 > ergo > 2013-2014 dean’s report

and we’re extremely proud of that. At the same time, we’re providing intensive

received crucial seed funding from IU’s Office of the Vice Provost for Research and volunteer assistance from intellectual property attorneys at the Indianapolis office of Faegre Baker Daniels.

against people with disabilities. Holdren has received research support from the Newberry Library, the Hagley Museum and Library, and the American Society for Legal History’s William Nelson Cromwell Foundation. He has been a fellow at the University of Wisconsin School of Law’s J. Willard Hurst Summer Institute in Legal History and the Business History Conference’s Oxford Journals Doctoral Colloquium in Business History. Stacey Vanderhurst recently completed her Ph.D. in cultural anthropology at Brown University in Providence, R.I., where she also earned a master’s degree in anthropology and a certificate in population studies. She will use her time as a Jerome Hall Fellow to develop a book proposal and manuscript from her dissertation, Sheltered Lives: God, Sex, and Mobility in Nigeria’s Counter-Trafficking Programs. Often stopped at international border points and sent for rehabilitation against their will, many women targeted by campaigns against human trafficking do not see themselves as victims and dispute their need for intervention, while officials implicitly defend the practice as preemptive. This research uses 14 months of ethnographic fieldwork in a state-run shelter in Lagos to document ensuing debates between

“Innovation is the key to economic development in Indiana,” Janis said. “Through the

these women and their rescuers, ultimately framing them as a lens onto not only

work of the clinics, we’re playing an active role in the economic life of the state,

issues in human trafficking policy, but also the broader politics of emigration and the practices of statecraft in Africa.

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news from indiana law’s research centers


The fellowships are named for Jerome Hall, an Indiana Law faculty member from

region in Colombia to a period of insecurity and uncertainty. Ochoa, the film’s

1939-1970, and a pioneer in the interdisciplinary analysis of legal problems. Although

director and executive producer, received travel support from the Law School and

he died in 1992, his work is still cited regularly in the nation’s leading law journals.

the Center for the Study of Global Change. She self-funded the production of the film and decided early in the process it would be a non-commercial endeavor. In a media experiment, she created a website for the film — www.nothingelsefilm.com — but has chosen not to promote it yet, to observe how the webpage moves through the globe on its own, before setting out to promote it actively. As of early October,

ochoa’s documentary selected for colombian film festival

it had garnered about 4,000 page views.

Christiana Ochoa, professor of law, IU associate vice provost for faculty and academic affairs, Charles L. Whistler Faculty Fellow, and a faculty member of the Law School’s Center on the Global Legal Profession, has recently completed a documentary about the impact of gold mining on a pristine moorlands area in the highlands of Colombia. The film, Otra cosa no hay (There Is Nothing Else), was selected for screening in October at the Bogotá International Film Festival, the leading venue for independent film in Colombia. It was screened to a packed house at the IU Cinema on November 10. The film depicts the conflict between residents of the páramo of Santurbán, for whom gold mining had been their only form of sustenance for more than 400 years, and environmental activists, who feared that proposed large-scale, multinational mining would affect the country’s drinking water supply. Largely hidden behind the battle over the environment were longtime residents of the area, whose lives and livelihood lay in the balance regardless of which side prevailed. “It’s a complex story,” Ochoa said. “My hope is that people leave the movie with more questions than answers, and with a deep sense of the anxiety and uncertainty that has permeated the region since foreign mining interests arrived.”

made multiple trips to the Colombian highlands over four years to produce the film.

She hopes the film will reach a receptive audience and shine light on the issue of

“The people in those towns, what they saw coming at them were really difficult

conflict between economic growth and human well-being. And she hopes it achieves

choices,” Ochoa said. “Watching how the communities related to those devastating

enough success to open doors for her next planned film project — an examination

prospects and the lack of traction they had in the political and legal system ended up

of the impact deep-sea mining could have on places like Vanuatu, the South Pacific

being what the film is about.”

island nation dubbed “the happiest place on earth.”

For better or for worse, a regional park has been created in the area, and large

Adapted from an interview with IU Communications and reprinted by permission.

numbers of formerly employed miners have had to turn to illegal gold mining in order to get by. This has put them at odds with the government, and returned a stabilized

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Working with a crew from the Colombian film company Enlalucha Films, Ochoa


sherman minton moot court competition celebrates 50th anniversary

MORGAN DAVENPORT (FRONT) AND RILEY FLOYD LISTEN INTENTLY AS FELLOW FINALISTS DELIVER ARGUMENTS

DEAN AUSTEN L. PARRISH QUESTIONS SAM HOFMEIER DURING THE FINAL ROUND

Winners of the 50th annual Sherman Minton Moot Court Competition were selected Friday, Nov. 14 before a standing-room-only crowd in the Moot Court Room. Four second-year students — Ian Bensberg, Morgan Davenport, Riley Floyd and Samuel Hofmeier — presented final arguments in Pataki v. Lark Valley School District Board of Education. After intense deliberation, a panel of distinguished jurists named Bensberg and Hofmeier this year’s champions. The final round was judged by Hon. Deborah Lynch, U.S. magistrate judge for the Southern District of Indiana; retired Monroe County Circuit Judge and Sagamore of the Wabash recipient Hon. Viola J. Taliaferro, JD’77; Hon. Mary Ellen Diekhoff, JD’86, Monroe County circuit judge, presiding judge of the Monroe County Drug Treatment Court and adjunct professor in the IU Department of Criminal Justice and at the Maurer School of Law; Bryan Babb, JD’99, chair of the Appellate Services Group, Bose McKinney & Evans LLP; and Indiana Law dean and James H. Rudy Professor of Law Austen L. Parrish. This year’s case centered on two key questions: How should public employees’ First Amendment rights to speak out on controversial issues be balanced against the interests of elected officials in implementing their policies without obstruction, and does striking prospective jurors based solely on their religious beliefs violate the U.S. Constitution’s Equal Protection Clause? While the Sherman Minton Moot Court Competition has traditionally been split between the fall and spring semesters, this year’s event took place entirely in the fall. Participation, however, was at record levels, with 151 second-year students (more than 75 percent of the entire class) entered in the competition. Prof. Seth Lahn, the faculty advisor to the competition, called this year’s event “one of the strongest and most competitive in recent memory. We couldn’t be more proud of the work our students put in or more appreciative of the

The final round can be seen on the Law School’s YouTube channel at: www.youtube.com/iumaurerlaw

PARRISH, BENSBERG, TALIAFERRO, LYNCH, DAVENPORT, DIEKHOFF, HOFMEIER, BABB AND FLOYD GATHER AFTER THE FINAL ROUND OF THIS YEAR’S COMPETITION

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time and resources our alumni and volunteers have dedicated to make the event possible.”


dear alumni and friends:

During a recent conversation with the school’s advisory board members, the topic of

our sense of pride in the Law School came up. It was clear that the phrase had a different

meaning for every person in the conversation. So I decided to follow up with a very

unscientific survey. I asked faculty, alumni and students the same question: “What’s

your sense of pride in the Maurer School of Law?” Among the many responses, several

themes emerged:

> Diploma: “I’m proud of my diploma and its reputational value reflected in rankings” > Achievement: “I’m proud of the success and accomplishments of the Indiana Law community” > Experience: “I’m proud of my Law School experience and how it prepared me for success” > Relationships: “I’m proud of the lifelong personal relationships law school has engendered” > Impact: “I’m proud of the impact I’ve made with and through the Law School” > Legacy: “I’m proud of being part of something purposeful that will endure” I found that some of the most passionate people I surveyed could easily move down this list and point to multiple reasons for their sense of pride. So I hope you will take stock and reflect on your sense of pride in the Law School — and consider ways you can strengthen it. Here are two notable ways: 1. Leading the way — Class of 2014. Did you know that every year 16 percent of our alumni donate to the Indiana Law annual

fund? The standard of excellence for law schools is the University of Virginia, where 49 percent of alumni donate annually.

We asked the Class of 2014 to meet this standard of excellence, and they responded: 49 percent participated in the 3L class

campaign! What’s your class participation rate? Clearly, the Class of 2014 has good reason to be proud.

2. Sharing and celebrating successes and milestones. Staying in touch with your classmates by sharing success and

milestones fosters stronger connections and helps instill a sense of pride. Consider keeping us up-to-date. Share your news

with our alumni office, and they’ll make sure it’s posted on the Law School’s website and in ergo. And link in with your class

agent or consider becoming one.

Strategic planning has kicked off. Dean Parrish and our faculty have launched a strategic planning process. We’re going to use the process to reaffirm what makes Indiana Law exceptional. We’re also going to establish a direction and key priorities that will be integral to the school’s enduring excellence. I’m eager to watch this process unfold and expect to be proud of the direction of the school. Getting involved and helping drive our key priorities will certainly be a source of pride for many.

Sincerely,

Scott Bassett, JD’86 > Law Alumni Board President

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There’s certainly good reason for us all to have a strong sense of pride in Indiana Law!


partners in excellence honor roll Partners in Excellence enable the Maurer School of Law to plan for the future of mission-critical programs by pledging their sustained support to the school in the amount of $2,500 per year over a period of five years. The support of our Partners in Excellence makes possible the services and programs that distinguish Indiana Law from its peers. The Law School deeply appreciates the investment of this elite group of donors.

about the honor rolls the Indiana University Maurer School of Law builds and sustains resources that support scholarships, law journals, trial advocacy programs, the Law Library, faculty development and many other initiatives. The Fund for Excellence giving societies are: $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 The 2013–2014 Honor Roll of Donors reflects gifts from July 1, 2013 through June 30, 2014. Unrestricted gifts and annual gifts to student organizations, scholarships and the Law Library are recognized as contributions to the Fund for Excellence. An asterisk indicates that the donor is deceased. Every effort has been made to avoid errors. Please accept our apology if you have been listed incorrectly or omitted. Please report corrections to: Lisa G. Hosey, Director of Special Gifts and Stewardship Arthur M. Lotz Office of Alumni and Development 211 South Indiana Avenue > Bloomington, IN 47405 (812) 855-9953 > (877) 286-0002

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lawalum@indiana.edu

Robert D. Aronson, ’77

Bonnie K. Gibson, ’78

Steven M. Post, ’77

Bruce J. Artim, ’82

Harry L. Gonso, ’73

Lisa A. Powell, ’84

M. Scott Bassett, ’86

Steven E. Goode, ’93

Stephen M. Proctor, ’82

Wayne D. Boberg, ’78

David E. Greene, ’74

John F. “Jeff” Richardson, ’77

Amy D. Brody, ’00

Andrew W. Hull, ’86

James G. Richmond, ’69

William J. Brody, ’76

V. William Hunt, ’69

Timothy J. Riffle, ’83

James R. Brotherson, ’78

R. Neil Irwin, ’71

Randall R. Riggs, ’77

Jerry J. Burgdoerfer,* ’83

Ian G. John, ’95

Lauren K. Robel, ’83

Stephen F. Burns, ’68

David F. Johnson, ’81

Thomas F. Schnellenberger, Jr., ’79

Donald W. Buttrey, ’61

Gregory J. Jordan, ’84

Glenn Scolnik, ’78

Willard Z. Carr, ’50

Robert P. Kassing, ’64

John E. Seddelmeyer, ’74

Gregory A. Castanias, ’90

James Koday, ’76

Randolph L. Seger, ’72

Clyde D. Compton, ’65

William C. Lawrence, ’79

Julian L. Shepard, ’83

Michael R. Conner, ’75

Stephen W. Lee, ’77

Jacqueline A. Simmons, ’79

Catherine A. Conway, ’78

Millard D. Lesch, ’67

Marshall S. Sinick, ’68

James L. Cooper, ’91

Elliott D. Levin, ’66

Milton R. Stewart, ’71

Greta (Gerberding) Cowart, ’85

Elliot R. Lewis, ’87

Kathleen O. St. Louis, ’84

Jeffrey S. Davidson, ’73

John L. Lisher, ’75

James P. Strenski, ’94

Richard A. Dean, ’73

Mary K. Lisher, ’75

Elizabeth Stuart John, ’95

John H. de Boisblanc, ’66

Thomas M. Lofton, ’54

Charles P. Sutphin, ’85

Alecia A. DeCoudreaux, ’78

Robert G. Lord, ’73

Tommy F. Thompson, ’75

Ann M. DeLaney, ’77

Susan C. Lynch, ’93

Courtney R. Tobin, ’92

Kathleen A. DeLaney, ’95

Larry A. Mackey, ’76

Malcolm J. Tuesley, ’99

Anne N. DePrez, ’81

Scott Y. MacTaggart, ’76

Kenneth L. Turchi, ’83

Debra Dermody, ’82

Michael S. “Mickey” Maurer, ’67

Inge M. Van der Cruysse, ’04

Francis J. Dermody, ’82

Thomas R. McCully, ’66

Ted A. Waggoner, ’78

Donald P. Dorfman, ’57

Lisa C. McKinney, ’92

Judith A. Waltz, ’81

Robert P. Duvin, ’61

R. Bruce McLean, ’71

Brian P. Williams, ’81

William B. Edge, ’98

Leslie S. Mead, ’84

Mark S. Wojciechowski, ’81

Sidney D. Eskenazi, ’53

Edward L. Michael, ’81

Frank E. Wrenick, ‘65

Richard L. Fanyo, ’76

David C. Milne, ’94

Mark E. Wright, ’89

Thomas M. Fisher, ’94

Megan (McAuley) Milne, ’94

Kenneth R. Yahne, ’68

Scott N. Flanders, ’82

Janet Min Beach, ’95

James P. Zeller, ’76

Michael E. Flannery, ’83

Burke J. Montgomery, ’99

Brenda (Osborne) Freije, ’94

Robert E. Neiman, ’66

Richard T. Freije, Jr., ’84

George T. Patton, Jr., ’87

Eric A. Frey, ’67

Stephen H. Paul, ’72

Philip C. Genetos, ’77

Jeffrey P. Petrich, ’84

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Through gifts to the Fund for Excellence, the Law School’s annual fund,


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

dean’s circle visionaries

Lilly Endowment Inc.

Jackson Lewis LLP

Stephen W. Beard, Jr., ’98

Thomas M. Lofton, ’54

Robert A. Jefferies, ’66

Carol S. Bernheim, ’79

Elizabeth C. Miller

Millard D. Lesch, ’67

George N. Bewley, Jr., ’73

Anonymous (2)

Maurice B. Miller Scholarship

John L. Lisher, ’75

Gary L. Birnbaum, ’76

Gary J. Anderson, M.D.

Fund

Mary (Sturmon) Lisher, ’75

Susan Blankenbaker

Kathy E. Anderson

Michael S. Maurer, ’67

Larry A. Mackey, ’76

Bruce J. Artim, ’82

R. Bruce McLean, ’71

Thomas R. McCully, ’66

Vorris J. Blankenship, ’65

M. Scott Bassett, ’86

Edward L. Michael, ’81

Leslie S. Mead, ’84

Carla D. Boddy, ’95

Bentson Foundation

Microsoft, Inc.

Burke J. Montgomery, ’99

Bose McKinney & Evans

Charles E. Bruess, ’63

Mark S. Niblick, ’78

Robert E. Neiman, ’66

LLP

Hannah L. Buxbaum

Steven M. Post, ’77

Stephen H. Paul, ’72

Eric E. Boyd, ’86

Willard Z. Carr, ’50

James G. Richmond, ’69

Gerard W. Pauwels, Ph.D.

Hon. James C. Brainard

Gregory A. Castanias, ’90

Lauren K. Robel, ’83

Jeffrey P. Petrich, ’84

William J. Brody, ’76

Clyde D. Compton, ’65

Glenn Scolnik, ’78

John F. “Jeff”

James R. Brotherson, ’78

Daniel O. Conkle

John E. Seddelmeyer, ’74

Scott A. Brown, ’85

Deborah W. Conkle

Milton R. Stewart, ’71

Timothy J. Riffle, ’83

Jerry J. Burgdoerfer*, ’83

Catherine A. Conway, ’78

Donna K. Wilber

Randolph L. Seger, ’72

Jeffrey A. Burger, ’79

Cook, Inc.

Mark S. Wojciechowski, ’81

Tommy F. Thompson, ’75

Hon. James M. Carr, ’75

Joseph E. Crehan, ’65

Mark E. Wright, ’89

Beth E. Cate

Jeffrey S. Davidson, ’73

James P. Zeller, ’76

Fred H. Cate

Demarest and Almeida Robert P. Duvin, ’61

dean’s circle benefactors

David G. Elmore, ’58

Robert D. Aronson, ’77

Donald P. Dorfman, ’57

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David E. Greene, ’74 Kathleen Harrold Leroy W. Hofmann, ’58 V. William Hunt, ’69 David H. Jacobs John W. Anderson Foundation Jong R. Kim

Richardson, ’77

Noyes, ’83

William D. Chambers, ’66 Jeffrey S. Cohen, ’89

Wayne D. Boberg, ’78

dean’s circle directors

Amy (Hurley) Brody, ’00

Anonymous (2)

Donald W. Buttrey, ’61

Alfred C. Aman, Jr.

Michael R. Conner, ’75

Joseph M. Ambrose, ’82

John H. de Boisblanc, ’66

Ellis B. Anderson, ’52

Alecia A. DeCoudreaux, ’78

Amy G. Applegate

Sidney D. Eskenazi, ’53

John Applegate

Michael E. Flannery, ’83

Samuel R. Ardery, ’83

Bonnie K. Gibson, ’78

J. Adam Bain, ’86

Steven E. Goode, ’93

Carl L. Baker, ’68

R. Neil Irwin, ’71

David O. Barrett, ’95

James L. Cooper, ’91 John T. Cooper, ’92 Greta (Gerberding)

Cowart, ’85

Yvonne Cripps D. Albert Daspin, ’87 Gary L. Davis, ’82 Richard A. Dean, ’73

Indiana Continuing Legal

P. Michael Miller, ’65

George P. Smith, II, ’64

Francina (McWilton)

Timm A. Miller

Roger T. Stelle, ’70

Jay Jaffe, ’82

Lloyd H. Milliken, Jr., ’60

Kathleen (O’Connor)

Jasna (Brblic) Dolgov, ’01

Ian G. John, ’95

David C. Milne, ’94

Bruce D. Donaldson, ’84

David F. Johnson, ’81

Megan (McAuley) Milne, ’94

James P. Strenski, ’94

Clarence H. Doninger, ’60

Kelly A. Johnson, ’90

Janet Min Beach, ’95

Elizabeth Stuart John, ’95

William B. Edge, ’98

Gregory J. Jordan, ’84

Jerry Moss, ’62

John F. Sturm, ’72

Dana M. Emery, ’94

Karen Jordan Boyd, ’85

John M. Mueller, ’97

Hon. Frank E. Sullivan,

J. Scott Enright, ’90

Randal J. Kaltenmark, ’96

Byron L. Myers, ’77

David C. Evans, ’71

Thomas G. Karter, ’65

Hon. Edward W. Najam, Jr.

Ernest Summers III, ’80

Richard L. Fanyo, ’76

Robert P. Kassing, ’64

Clarine Nardi Riddle, ’74

Charles P. Sutphin, ’85

Troy D. Farmer, ’97

Matthew D. Kellam, ’01

Noodles and Company

John D. Sweeney, ’03

Thomas M. Fisher, ’94

Jeffrey J. Kennedy, ’67

Lawrence T. Oates, ’87

Hon. Ellen K. Thomas, ’73

Julie M. Florida, ’99

Jason D. Kimpel, ’99

Ogletree, Deakins, Nash,

William K. Thomas, ’72

Amy M. Foust, ’08

James Koday, ’76

Courtney R. Tobin, ’92

Dorothy J. Frapwell, ’73

Susan M. Kornfield, ’82

Roger L. Pardieck, ’63

Malcolm J. Tuesley, ’99

Brenda (Osborne) Freije, ’94

Franklin R. Kristl

Angela F. Parker, ’94

Kenneth L. Turchi, ’83

Richard T. Freije, Jr., ’84

Timothy O. Kristl

George T. Patton, Jr., ’87

Patrick J. Turner, ’82

Eric A. Frey, ’67

Law Reform Commission

Carl Pebworth

Unitarian Universalist

Hon. Ezra H. Friedlander, ’65

Agnes S. Peters, ’79

Andrew B. Fromm, ’08

William C. Lawrence, ’79

Lisa A. Powell, ’84

Inge M. Van der Cruysse, ’04

Matthew T. Furton, ’95

Stephen W. Lee, ’77

Elissa Preheim, ’96

Ted A. Waggoner, ’78

Philip C. Genetos, ’77

Elliott D. Levin, ’66

Stephen M. Proctor, ’82

Harry L. Wallace

Gary L. Gerling, ’63

Elliot R. Lewis, ’87

Bruce J. Rasch, ’79

Judith A. Waltz, ’81

Kathleen H. Gillmore, ’72

Robert G. Lord, ’73

Patrick W. Rasche, ’93

W. William Weeks, ’79

Gary D. Gold, ’91

Arthur M. Lotz, ’65

Marilyn (Baker) Resch, ’73

Zeff A. Weiss*, ’83

Judith E. Golitko, ’06

Donald R. Lundberg, ’76

Rhys Corporation

Zoe (Urena) Weiss, ’83

Harry L. Gonso, ’73

Thomas C. Lunsford, ’02

Randall R. Riggs, ’77

Keith E. White, ’83

Donald I. Grande, ’66

Susan C. Lynch, ’93

April J. Risk, ’02

Brian P. Williams, ’81

Carol J. Greenhouse

Scott Y. MacTaggart, ’76

Joel Rosenbloom*, ’54

Alan C. Witte, ’70

Bruce C. Haas, ’83

Malcolm C. Mallette, ’67

Robert C. Rosenfeld, ’74

Richard E. Woosnam, ’67

Elizabeth Hackl-Brainard

Miranda (Kiser) Mandel, ’80

William A. Rotzien, ’73

Frank E. Wrenick, ’65

Marvin L. Hackman, ’59

Elizabeth (Noyes) Mann, ’76

Reed E. Schaper, ’78

Kenneth R. Yahne, ’68

Stephen J. Hackman, ’84

Donald D. Martin, ’55

Benjamin J. Schmidt, ’08

Angela (Schultz) Yoon, ’02

Thomas M. Hamilton, Jr., ’69

Maurer Family

Thomas F.

Hongsun Yoon, ’02

Jeanette Hanna-Ruiz, ’04

Pamela (Jones) Harbour, ’84

Peter C. McCabe III, ’85

D. Reed Scism, ’65

John R. Harrington, ’95

John W. McGee, ’78

John M. Segal, ’71

Russell H. Hart, Jr., ’56

Thomas M. McGlasson, ’68

Brian J. Shapiro, ’84

Augustavia (Johnson)

Holiday (Hart)

Julian L. Shepard, ’83

Hon. V. Sue Shields, ’61

Dloughy, ’77

Haydel, ’85

Education Forum

of Liberia

Foundation, Inc.

McKiernan, ’83

Smoak & Stewart, P.C.

Michael J. Hinchion, ’80

Philip B. McKiernan, ’83

Jacqueline A. Simmons, ’79

Jeanne A. Hoffmann, ’79

Lisa C. McKinney, ’92

Kathleen A. DeLaney, ’95

Sarah M. Singleton, ’74

Mark J. Horvick, ’06

Thomas P. McNulty, ’83

Debra (Hewetson)

Marshall S. Sinick, ’68

Stacey (Drews) Horvick, ’06

Clayton C. Miller, ’93

George Sistevaris, ’87

Michael D. Huber, ’85

Jeanne Seidel Miller, ’48

Geoffrey G. Slaughter, ’89

Andrew W. Hull, ’86

Kevin C. Miller, ’82

Christopher W. Smith, ’06

Dermody, ’82

Francis J. Dermody, ’82

Jr., ’82

Holdeen India Program

Schnellenberger, Jr., ’79

Ann M. DeLaney, ’77

St. Louis, ’84

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The Fund for Excellence 2013-2014 campaign raised $1,188,793, a slight increase over last year’s record-breaking total. Special recognition goes to class agents James Fitzpatrick, JD ’59, and Robert P. Kassing, JD ’64, who achieved alumni participation rates of 42% and 36% this year. Jerry J. Burgdoerfer*, JD ’83, and Kenneth L. Turchi, JD ’83, raised the highest amount of any class ($56,479), and James S. Kowalik, JD ’78, and Ted A. Waggoner, JD ’78, raised the second-highest amount ($46,287). Thank you to all class agents and alumni for their support of and dedication to our law school.

Partners Gerald L. Cooley Wayne C. Ponader + Associates Hon. Shirley (Schlanger) Abrahamson Edwin G. Charle, Jr. James C. Clark Miles C. Gerberding Robert W. Miller William W. Peach Joseph G. Roberts

1957 1947-1948

---------------------------------Class Agent: William F. McNagny Total: $800 Participation: 19% ---------------------------------Director Jeanne Seidel Miller, ’48 + Partners John L. Carroll, ’48 Harry H. Hardy, ’48 + Associate William F. McNagny, ’47

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1949

---------------------------------Class Agent: Frederick A. Beckman Total: $200 Participation: 12% ---------------------------------Associates Frederick A. Beckman J. Leslie Duvall

1950

---------------------------------Total: $700 Participation: 20% ----------------------------------

Partner Frank E. Gilkison, Jr. + Associates Howard E. Baumgartner Philip J. Harris Donald R. Smith Stanley Talesnick

1951

---------------------------------Total: $750 Participation: 15% ---------------------------------Partner Allen M. Sowle + Associates Waldo F. Beebe Harry F. Smiddy, Jr. William D. Stephens

1952

---------------------------------Class Agent: Carl D. Overman Total: $1,200 Participation: 13% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Director Ellis B. Anderson + Associates Horace A. Foncannon, Jr.

Clarence J. Greenwald H. Robert Henderson

1953

---------------------------------Class Agent: Richard S. Rhodes Total: $6,850 Participation: 26% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Benefactor Sidney D. Eskenazi + Partners Andrew C. Emerson Thomas D. Logan Richard S. Rhodes + Associates William T. Burke* Harley B. Nelson

1954

---------------------------------Class Agent: Joel Rosenbloom Total: $11,800 Participation: 26% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Visionary Thomas M. Lofton + Dean’s Circle Director Joel Rosenbloom +

Partner Dale E. Armstrong + Associates William B. Heubel Arnold Krevitz Ray G. Miller Jim A. O’Neal

1955

---------------------------------Total: $2,850 Participation: 30% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Director Donald D. Martin + Partners Vernon Atwater Duane W. Beckhorn David Rogers William J. Sampias* + Associates Alexander Jokay Christopher Kirages

1956

---------------------------------Total: $2,958 Participation: 29% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Director Russell H. Hart, Jr. +

---------------------------------Class Agent: Donald P. Dorfman Total: $16,975 Participation: 35% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Visionary Donald P. Dorfman + Partners Marvin S. Crell Donald C. Lehman Edwin F. Walmer + Associates Frank A. Barnhart Theodore W. Hirsh Robert C. Riddell Thomas M. Small Cliff K. Travis

1958

---------------------------------Total: $625 Participation: 25% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Visionaries David G. Elmore Leroy W. Hofmann + Partner Lester A. Kassing* + Associates Herbert K. Douglas William A. Freihofer

Hon. Vincent F. Grogg* Joseph T. Ives, Jr. Richard C. Quaintance, Sr. Thomas L. Ryan

1959

---------------------------------Class Agent: James F. Fitzpatrick Total: $5,500 Participation: 42% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Director Marvin L. Hackman + Partners Paul E. Ave Virgil L. Beeler James F. Fitzpatrick Hon. William I. Garrard Stanley H. Matheny Hon. William McCrae William N. Salin, Sr. Spencer J. Schnaitter John H. Sweeney + Associates Terry D. Dietsch Kenneth P. Fedder Daniel D. Fetterley Joseph A. Hays G. Douglass Owens Anne Paramenko Weeks Philip C. Potts Samuel L. Reed

1960

---------------------------------Class Agents: Hon. Hugo “Chad” Songer and Lloyd H. Milliken, Jr. Total: $4,350 Participation: 27% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Directors Clarence H. Doninger Lloyd H. Milliken, Jr. + Partners Richard L. Brown Lester R. Irvin

Robert D. Ready Hon. Hugo C. “Chad” Songer + Associates George N. Beamer, Jr. Robert E. Highfield Jerry E. Hyland Charles R. Jennings Philip H. Siegel Clifford E. Stoner

1961

---------------------------------Class Agent: Joseph T. Bumbleburg Total: $18,732 Participation: 23% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Visionary Robert P. Duvin + Dean’s Circle Benefactor Donald W. Buttrey + Dean’s Circle Director Hon. V. Sue (Blodgett) Shields + Partners William G. Bruns Joseph T. Bumbleburg Thomas E. Burchfield Eugene J. McGarvey, Jr. + Associates Robert L. Fonner Harold A. Harrell John S. Jackson H. Theodore Noell Jack H. Rogers

1962

---------------------------------Total: $3,090 Participation: 25% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Director Jerry Moss +

Partners Lee W. Dabagia Thomas A. Dailey + Associates Charles R. Clark Rafe H. Cloe C. Thomas Cone Martin J. Flynn Edgar S. Husted John J. Lorber Milford M. Miller, Jr. John L. Selis Oscar C. Ventanilla, Jr. Carl E. Ver Beek David S. Wedding Albert T. Willardo

1963

---------------------------------Total: $4,686 Participation: 22% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Visionary Charles E. Bruess + Dean’s Circle Directors Gary L. Gerling Roger L. Pardieck William R. Riggs + Partners George E. Buckingham Joseph A. Franklin, Jr. + Associates Larry C. Amos Gary E. Becker David L. Brewer John W. Clark Lewis R. Katz Sherman J. Keller Stanley A. Levine John D. Ulmer

1964

---------------------------------Class Agent: Robert P. Kassing Total: $9,250 Participation: 36% ----------------------------------

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1965

---------------------------------Total: $38,567 Participation: 30% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Visionaries Estate of Terrill D. Albright Clyde D. Compton Joseph E. Crehan + Dean’s Circle Directors Vorris J. Blankenship Hon. Ezra H. Friedlander Thomas G. Karter Arthur M. Lotz P. Michael Miller D. Reed Scism Frank E. Wrenick + Partners Stephen W. Crider Leonard E. Eilbacher Thomas E. Fruechtenicht Justin P. Patterson John W. Whiteleather, Jr. +

Associates Vincent J. Backs James E. Bourne Hon. Thomas G. Fisher Frank T. Lewis B. Michael McCormick Arthur C. Nordhoff, Jr. David S. Poston George L. Stubbs, Jr. Robert F. Welker William C. Whitman Thomas G. Wright

1966

---------------------------------Class Agent: Thomas R. McCully Total: $34,017 Participation: 21% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Benefactors John H. de Boisblanc Robert A. Jefferies, Jr. Thomas R. McCully Robert E. Neiman + Dean’s Circle Directors William D. Chambers Donald I. Grande Elliott D. Levin + Partners Douglas R. Bridges Charles A. Cohen Dennis J. Dewey Robert A. Garelick Henry C. Hudson Denis L. Koehlinger Tracy E. Little Frank J. Otte + Associates Nancy (Lehman) Litzenberger Robert D. Mann Stephen C. Moberly Mamoru Muraoka Darrel K. Peckinpaugh Daniel A. Roby Peter B. Stewart

1967

---------------------------------Class Agents: Eric A. Frey and David O. Tittle Total: $15,547 Participation: 17% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Visionary Michael S. Maurer + Dean’s Circle Benefactor Millard D. Lesch + Dean’s Circle Directors Eric A. Frey Jeffrey J. Kennedy Malcolm C. Mallette Richard E. Woosnam + Partners Elliott Abrutyn James C. Nelson David H. Nicholls + Associates Stephen W. Adair Craig W. Caplinger Charles J. Collet Ronald K. Gehring F. Roberts Hanning, Jr. Robert V. Kixmiller Donald C. Lewis Jon H. Moll William H. Robbins III William F. Thompson John F. Tweedle Sally (Hartfield) Westley

1968

---------------------------------Class Agent: Larry R. Fisher Total: $8,485 Participation: 24% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Directors Carl L. Baker Thomas M. McGlasson Marshall S. Sinick +

Partners Stephen W. Cook Larry R. Fisher John K. Graham David A. Kruse W. Wyatt Rauch Donald C. Wells + Associates Ronald B. Bremen Richard J. Darko John G. Forbes, Jr. Alan H. Hedegard James W. Holland Robert E. Kabisch Hon. Michael S. Kanne Thomas A. Keith Joseph S. King Frank G. Kramer C. David Little Richard W. Maroc Robert L. Meinzer, Jr. Anthony W. Mommer E. Kent Moore Michael D. Peyton William C. Reynolds Alexander L. Rogers Daniel B. Seitz John T. Snively* Kelly N. Stanley Peter W. Steketee Frederick F. Thornburg William H. Van Deest Kent H. Westley Alan K. Wilson

1969

---------------------------------Class Agent: John L. Pogue Total: $3,750 Participation: 13% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Visionaries V. William Hunt James G. Richmond + Dean’s Circle Director Thomas M. Hamilton, Jr. + Partners Gerald F. George

Robert W. Loser II Lon D. Showley + Associates Thomas H. Bryan Richard L. Darst Patrick E. Donoghue Curtis B. Eskew Peter L. Goerges Edwin A. Harper Gregory A. Hartzler David M. Haskett Carl A. Heldt III Frank C. Hider Robert S. Hulett Michael E. Hunt David T. Kasper Brian J. May Daniel A. Medrea Charles J. Myers John L. Pogue

1970

---------------------------------Class Agent: Alan C. Witte Total: $7,288 Participation: 25% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Directors Roger T. Stelle Alan C. Witte + Partners Ronald B. Brodey Richard W. Davis, Jr. Richard T. Dawson David A. Dodge Robert G. Fishman T. Todd Hodgdon Robert T. Johnson John W. Mead Edward L. Volk + Associates David L. Cocanower Robert D. Epstein Penelope S. Farthing Jack H. Frisch J. Patrick Glynn Gordon Gulitz Ruth (Myer) Huitema

Harvey M. Kagan R. Steven Krohn Thomas O. Magan William J. Maher John P. Mitchell Gregory W. Sturm Stephen M. Trattner William E. Weikert Charles C. Wicks

1971

---------------------------------Class Agent: Robert A. Long Total: $16,515 Participation: 16% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Visionaries R. Bruce McLean Milton R. Stewart + Dean’s Circle Benefactor R. Neil Irwin + Dean’s Circle Director David C. Evans + Partners John G. Baker Richard E. Boston Ronald L. Chapman Raymond J. Furey, Jr. Terry K. Hiestand Larry R. Linhart Robert A. Long William H. Replogle II Hon. John P. Stelle + Associates Douglas W. Nutt Michael D. O’Connor Richard E. Stahl Rollin E. Thompson Jack L. Walkey

1972

---------------------------------Class Agent: Randolph L. Seger Total: $18,211 Participation: 19% ----------------------------------

Dean’s Circle Benefactors Stephen H. Paul Randolph L. Seger + Dean’s Circle Directors Kathleen (Hoehn) Gillmore John F. Sturm William K. Thomas + Partners John S. Chappell Thomas C. Cornwell C. Thomas Fennimore Julia Lamber Rory O’Bryan Thomas L. Shriner, Jr. David S. Sidor Joseph C. Swift + Associates John M. Beams Joseph L. Brownlee Edward Chosnek William C. Harlow Hon. W. Michael Horton Michael J. Huston Marcel Katz Clifton M. Liter Stephen R. Place John L. Tuttle IV Kipling N. White Robert T. Wildman

1973

---------------------------------Class Agent: Laurence A. McHugh Total: $29,872 Participation: 20% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Visionary Jeffrey S. Davidson + Dean’s Circle Directors George N. Bewley, Jr. Richard A. Dean Dorothy J. Frapwell Harry L. Gonso Robert G. Lord Marilyn (Baker) Resch William A. Rotzien Hon. Ellen K. Thomas +

Partners Richard E. Fox Terry (Miller) Mumford Carolyn (Holder) Price Thomas L. Pytynia William D. Roessler Charles R. Rubright Albert J. Velasquez C. Daniel Yates Hon. Patrick J. Zika + Associates Scott H. Anderson Thomas J. Brannan James D. Collier Alice M. Craft LeRoy E. Cummings II Michael R. Fisher John F. Fuzak Ward S. Hamlin, Jr. Dale E. Hunt Alan L. Johns Stephen J. Johnson* Robert L. Lewis Paul J. Mason Richard R. Plath Theodore H. Randall, Jr. Stuart Senescu Arthur M. Small J. Eric Smithburn Arthur G. Surguine, Jr. Robert W. Thacker Thomas E. Wilson Philip L. Zorn, Jr.

1974

---------------------------------Class Agent: David E. Greene Total: $30,398 Participation: 18% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Visionaries David E. Greene John E. Seddelmeyer + Dean’s Circle Directors Clarine Nardi Riddle Sarah M. Singleton + Partners Michael E. Armey

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Dean’s Circle Directors Robert P. Kassing George P. Smith, II + Partners Timothy J. Connor Thomas A. Coyne David B. Hughes Gene E. Robbins Marshall D. Ruchman Sydney L. Steele Robert P. Tinnin, Jr. + Associates Joe D. Black Craig B. Campbell William C. Ervin Edward C. King Ellis K. Locher, Jr. Gerald H. McGlone James V. McGlone Ronald P. Nelson William D. Swift Charles O. Ziemer


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1975

---------------------------------Class Agent: Hon. James M. Carr Total: $22,848 Participation: 19% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Benefactors Michael R. Conner Tommy F. Thompson John L. Lisher Mary (Sturmon) Lisher + Dean’s Circle Director Hon. James M. Carr + Partners Thomas L. Davis Terry M. Dworkin Larry J. Kane David J. Mallon, Jr. Mark E. Neff K. Stephen Royce Fred O. Towe, Jr. +

Associates Peter D. Clarke Kenneth W. Dodge William R. Fatout Kenneth E. Gordon Norma J. Greene John C. Haury E. Michael Hoff, Jr. Scott T. Kragie Douglas C. Lehman Kenneth W. Macke J. Timothy McCaulay Larry J. McClatchey Robert C. McConnell, Jr. Grant F. Shipley Andrew A. Szakaly, Jr. Wm. Charles Thomson III Robert E. Wrenn

William E. Davis James F. Gillespie Michael P. Gray Alan K. Hofer Steven C. Jackson Christina M. McKee Roy T. Ogawa Stephen R. Pennell Michael H. Sahn David L. Steiner Larry J. Stroble Michele (Usack) Suttle Ned M. Suttle Vincent O. Wagner Michael L. Wills Barbara S. Woodall

1976

---------------------------------Total: $25,197 Participation: 16% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Visionary Steven M. Post + Dean’s Circle Benefactors Robert D. Aronson John F. “Jeff” Richardson + Dean’s Circle Directors Francina (McWilton) Dlouhy Philip C. Genetos Stephen W. Lee Byron L. Myers Randall R. Riggs + Partners Ann M. DeLaney Elizabeth A. Frederick Brenda E. Knowles William M. Pope Thomas C. Scherer Nancy E. Weissman Craig M. White + Associates Robert N. Berg Robert J. Black Myrna E. Friedman Jeffrey L. Gage Frances E. Komoroske Fred J. Logan, Jr.

---------------------------------Class Agent: Mary Beth Brody Total: $24,683 Participation: 24% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Benefactors Larry A. Mackey James P. Zeller + Dean’s Circle Directors Gary L. Birnbaum Richard L. Fanyo James Koday Donald R. Lundberg Scott Y. MacTaggart Elizabeth (Noyes) Mann + Partners Mary Beth Brody Carol Connor Cohen Donald E. Hinkle Barbara H. Lembo John W. Purcell + Associates Ann (Keller) Bailey Dianne (Blocker) Braun Joan C. Brooks David L. Carden Sarah A. Carter Emily C. Cato

1977

Thomas E. Nelson Ann L. Nowak Harry I. Price Lori (Wassermann) Price Mark J. Roberts Michael J. Schneider Sue A. Shadley

1978

---------------------------------Class Agents: James S. Kowalik and Ted A. Waggoner Total: $46,287 Participation: 28% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Visionaries Catherine A. Conway Mark S. Niblick Glenn Scolnik + Dean’s Circle Benefactors Wayne D. Boberg Alecia A. DeCoudreaux Bonnie K. Gibson + Dean’s Circle Directors James R. Brotherson John W. McGee Reed E. Schaper + Partners Anne Aikman-Scalese Howard R. Cohen Barry G. Gomberg Mitchell A. Kline Renee (Mawhinney) McDermott Joseph R. McKinney Joseph D. O’Connor Michael L. Pate Jeffrey K. Riffer David L. Sandweiss Ted A. Waggoner Margaret A. Williford + Associates Michael E. Brown James R. DeMotte Aladean Derose Smithburn Alicia J. Irr D. Michael Keen

James S. Kowalik Janett (Burns) Lowes Debra K. Luke John P. Martin Philip L. McCool Suzanne (Matt) O’Shea George E. Reed, Jr. Patricia S. Roberts John W. Rowings Linda (Ritchie) Rowings Stephen G. Smith Carolyn W. Spengler Janis L. Summers Emily (Cosner) Tobias Daniel D. Trachtman Ann R. Vaughan Brenda (Wheeler) Zody

1979

---------------------------------Class Agents: Jacqueline A. Simmons and Thomas F. Schnellenberger, Jr. Total: $11,680 Participation: 15% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Directors Carol S. Bernheim Jeffrey A. Burger Jeanne A. Hoffmann William C. Lawrence Agnes (Siedlecki) Peters Bruce J. Rasch Thomas F. Schnellenberger, Jr. Jacqueline A. Simmons W. William Weeks + Partners Jane Alshuler Daniel C. Emerson Hon. Thomas J. Felts Bruce A. Hugon Fred B. Kruger Daniel J. Skekloff + Associates Donald E. Baier Elizabeth (Domsic) Baier Michelle (Link) Bernstein Robert M. Bond

Michael J. Botkin Donald D. DeGrasse Mark E. GiaQuinta John M. Kyle III Mark J. Tidd Barbara (Freedman) Wand Sabra A. Weliever Joseph K. Wiley

1980

---------------------------------Class Agent: Michael J. Hinchion Total: $9,300 Participation: 16% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Directors Michael J. Hinchion Miranda (Kiser) Mandel Ernest Summers III + Partners Debbi (Merriman) Johnstone Hon. Susan L. Macey Meredith (Mettlen) McIntyre Vicki (Edwards) Moore Russell T. Paarlberg Jean (Reyes) Pechette Stephen J. Peters Thomas A. Pyrz Robert L. Ralston Christopher G. Scanlon David J. Theising + Associates Michael A. Aspy Sue A. Beesley Kathryn A. Brogan R. Philip Carey Kevin W. Dogan Dolores Hahn Frances (Gall) Hill Christina (Navarro) Kalavritinos Dennis A. Kokinda Frederick N. Kopec Alice A. Kuzemka Mark J. Phillipoff Edward F. Schrager Sharon (Zoretich) Terry David B. Wilson

1981

---------------------------------Class Agents: David L. Ferguson and R. William Jonas, Jr. Total: $54,820 Participation: 20% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Visionaries Anonymous Edward L. Michael Mark S. Wojciechowski + Dean’s Circle Directors David F. Johnson Richard A. Rosenthal, Jr. Judith A. Waltz Brian P. Williams + Partners Alan W. Becker Ted R. Brown John A. Crawford David L. Ferguson Edward W. Gerecke R. William Jonas, Jr. Michael A. Pechette John R. Schaibley III Robert K. Stanley J. Scott Troeger Myra L. Willis + Associates Philip K. Cone Maria L. Corona Anne N. DePrez Susan (Davey) Dyer Clifford W. Garstang Anthony P. Gillman Sylvia D. Hart Abigail L. Kuzma James S. Legg Matthew R. Lewin Bruce F. Lewis Julia E. Merkt Kathryn (DeNeut) Molewyk Richard M. Quinlan Dennis M. Stark Michael E. Sum L. Alan Whaley Richard W. Young

1982

---------------------------------Class Agent: John W. Van Laere Total: $35,635 Participation: 24% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Visionaries Bruce J. Artim Scott N. Flanders + Dean’s Circle Directors Joseph M. Ambrose Gary L. Davis Debra (Hewetson) Dermody Francis J. Dermody Jay Jaffe Susan M. Kornfield Kevin C. Miller Stephen M. Proctor Hon. Frank E. Sullivan, Jr. Patrick J. Turner + Partners Roger W. Bennett Edward D. Feigenbaum Alan A. Levin Cathy S. Moore Christopher S. Roberge Madonna (Kissel) Starr Peter A. Teholiz Patrick D. Zimski + Associates Peter G. Bakas Jeffrey A. Boyll Elaine (Becher) Brown Michael S. Callahan Paula (Brandenburg) Cardoza Craig M. Collins Linda (Clark) Dague Bradley J. Dougherty Stanley O. Faith Ellen S. Gabovitch Jean (Ellett) Henne C. Dean Higginbotham October (Buchanan) Kniess Lisa (Donk) Lewis Alicia (Manatrey) McClean Darlene (Steele) McSoley

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Robert D. Bray W. Michael Burns James E. Carlberg Laura J. Cooper Donovan R. Flora David L. Hanselman, Sr. Charles A. Hessler Jane (Titus) Hessler Daniel M. Kirwan Sally A. Lied Hon. Basil H. Lorch III Ward W. Miller Timothy M. Morrison Robert W. Sikkel + Associates Larry G. Amick Charlie P. Andrus Daniel V. Davidson Harry C. Dees, Jr. Larry R. Downs DuWayne W. Herman Mark I. Lillianfeld Guy R. Loftman Frank E. Marley, Jr. David F. Morado, Jr. Joseph S. Northrop


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1983

---------------------------------Class Agents: Jerry J. Burgdoerfer* and Kenneth L. Turchi Total: $56,479 Participation: 24% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Visionary Lauren K. Robel + Dean’s Circle Benefactors Michael E. Flannery Timothy J. Riffle + Dean’s Circle Directors Samuel R. Ardery Susan Blankenbaker Noyes Jerry J. Burgdoerfer* Bruce C. Haas Holiday (Hart) McKiernan Philip B. McKiernan Thomas P. McNulty Julian L. Shepard Kenneth L. Turchi Zeff A. Weiss* Zoe (Urena) Weiss Keith E. White + Partners Becky J. Frederick Christopher B. Gambill Candance A. Grass John H. Kahle Arthur A. Lopez Martin A. McCrory Jeffrey B. Rubenstein Rebecca (Wilkinson) Rubenstein Hon. Loretta (Hogan) Rush Douglas D. Small Mark W. Weller William R. Wilkinson Tracey (Nicolau) Wise

Joseph H. Yeager, Jr. + Associates Dan J. Carwile Deborah L. Darter Thomas M. Frohman Marcia (Lee) Harlow Peter C. Kelty Yvette (Gaff) Kleven Gina (Skelton) Koons Jason W. Levin Susan (Weinberg) Levin Mark J. Moryl Susan (Reed) Schwab Richard J. Thrapp Norris K. Wang

1984

---------------------------------Class Agents: Stephen J. Hackman and James L. Whitlatch Total: $24,025 Participation: 17% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Visionary DG Elmore, Jr. + Dean’s Circle Benefactors Leslie S. Mead Jeffrey P. Petrich + Dean’s Circle Directors Bruce D. Donaldson Richard T. Freije, Jr. Stephen J. Hackman Pamela (Jones) Harbour Gregory J. Jordan Lisa A. Powell Brian J. Shapiro Kathleen (O’Connor) St. Louis + Partners James F. Beatty Timothy J. Boeglin Rebecca A. Craft Karol H. Krohn Thomas L. Perkins Cynthia J. Reichard Kirk Wilkinson +

Associates George H. Abel II Marvin R. Abshire Lee R. Berry, Jr. Phillip M. Crane Mark C. Eriks Daniel P. Harris Stuart A. Katz Susan (Wilson) Keener John P. Lahaie Frank R. Martinez III Paul D. Reid Kimberly D. Rife Bradley J. Tandy David R. Warshauer

Timothy J. Haffner Timothy D. Hernly Marion P. Herrington Timothy A. Klingler Karl M. Koons III David M. Kraus Michael J. Lewinski Maria V. Pangonis Michael G. Paton Philip M. Purcell Shelia C. Riddick James C. Snyder Robert J. Tornatta Sally J. Vander Ploeg Richard H. Vetter

1985

1986

---------------------------------Class Agents: Alan R. Loudermilk and Donald J. Vogel Total: $18,367 Participation: 20% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Directors Scott A. Brown Greta (Gerberding) Cowart Augustavia (Johnson) Haydel Michael D. Huber Karen Jordan Boyd Peter C. McCabe III Charles P. Sutphin + Partners James F. Bleeke Joan M. Heinz John A. Larson Alan R. Loudermilk Richard J. McConnell Anne (Boyd) Norris David W. Quist Kirk A. Rose David M. Snyder Richard C. Starkey Donald J. Vogel + Associates Barbara L. Brugnaux Timothy M. Conway James W. Foltz Matthew J. Gray

---------------------------------Class Agents: J. Adam Bain and Sean T. Maloney Total: $9,240 Participation: 15% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Visionary M. Scott Bassett + Dean’s Circle Directors J. Adam Bain Eric E. Boyd Andrew W. Hull + Partners Arend J. Abel John Fedors, Jr. James A. Gesmer John M. Hamilton Louis K. Nigg Maryanne (Thickstun) Pelic David T. Schaefer Timothy L. Tyler Mark R. Waterfill + Associates Kevin D. Gibson David J. Hensel Thomas B. Parent Bernard O. Paul Steven J. Riggs Kathryn J. Roudebush C. Brian Sauers Earl R. Singleton Ann Varnon

1987

---------------------------------Class Agents: V. Samuel Laurin III and George T. Patton, Jr. Total: $12,605 Participation: 16% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Directors D. Albert Daspin Elliot R. Lewis Lawrence T. Oates George T. Patton, Jr. George Sistevaris + Partners Frank E. Berrodin Sam E. Eversman Robert J. Lahaie Kim (Ohmart) Laurin V. Samuel Laurin III Lars H. Liebeler Thomas M. Maxwell Sheryl B. McGrath Amy M. Smith + Associates Douglas J. Brackmann John A. Brown Michael K. Davis Robert G. Devetski Joseph R. Heerens Brian K. Mahoney Joseph H. Marxer Thomas R. Newby Patrice (Doyle) Ocken Robert S. O’Dell Brian L. Porto Gail (Benjamin) Shaps Susan H. Vrahoretis Stephen R. Womble

1988

---------------------------------Class Agent: Allan T. Slagel Total: $6,144 Participation: 16% ---------------------------------Partners Debra I. Danner

Julia (Church) Dierker John F. Dietrich Robert A. Hicks Randall M. Jacobs Michael A. Klein Kevin D. Nicoson Sonia D. Overholser Kevin C. Schiferl Allan T. Slagel Scott E. Tarter + Associates Scott B. Ainsworth David R. Bolk Darla S. Brown Edward A. Gohmann Kirk E. Grable Jo A. Hendryx John D. Inwood Scott M. Keller Thomas G. King Bruce W. Longbottom Kathleen (O’Donnell) McKune Christopher A. Nichols Katherine Novak Townsend Jon F. Reynolds, Jr. Lisa M. Savadel Michael D. Scott

1989

---------------------------------Class Agent: Mark E. Wright Total: $12,702 Participation: 14% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Benefactors Mark E. Wright + Dean’s Circle Directors Jeffrey S. Cohen Geoffrey G. Slaughter + Partners Deborah Allen Slagel Kevin E. Brown Steven C. Bruess Andrew B. Buroker Michael D. Carder Rhett R. Dennerline Mark D. Janis

Bryan A. Richards Laurie (Wightman) Schmidt + Associates Katrina J. Amos James E. Anderson Dean J. Arnold David T. Baird Thomas E. Baltz Larry L. Chubb Susan D. Conner Michael D. Dobosz Alison (Tam) Frazier Shirley (Banner) Gauvin Roy J. Graham Terry L. Harrell James P. Kearns Jeffrey P. Leedy David R. Steiner Anthony C. Sullivan

1990

---------------------------------Class Agents: Mark B. Gramelspacher and Ted C. Stamatakos Total: $12,680 Participation: 14% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Visionary Gregory A. Castanias + Dean’s Circle Directors J. Scott Enright Kelly A. Johnson + Partners Benjamin P. Beringer Ellen E. Boshkoff William M. Braman Bonnie L. Foster David A. Foster Mark B. Gramelspacher Ted C. Stamatakos Hon. Martha (Blood) Wentworth + Associates Brian J. Boeglin David A. Brown Tammy (Amor) Haney William C. Hermann

Eric S. Hoogland Julia (McClellan) Leavitt Lance D. Like Michael J. MacLean Joanne (Krause) Mages Michael D. Marrese Christian J. Morrison Chad D. Naylor Tracy (Tuley) Pappas Jennifer J. Payne

1991

---------------------------------Class Agent: Anne A. Bennett Total: $7,59 0 Participation: 11% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Directors James L. Cooper Gary D. Gold + Partners Yueh Yi Chou Michael H. Gottschlich Barry I. Kroot Natalie (Meyer) Mason Lynn (Kerr) McKay Marianne M. Owen Shapleigh Smith, Jr. + Associates John D. Bessler Shuba (Krishnan) Bhatt Philippa M. Guthrie Julia E. Heitz Cassidy Marilyn (Bardie) Kapaun Daniel G. McNamara Thomas W. Meyers Nicholas C. Pappas Salvador Vasquez Julia C. Weissman Michael A. Wheeler Robert H. Wright Laura A. Zwicker

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---------------------------------Class Agents: Mark E. Need and Courtney R. Tobin Total: $12,158 Participation: 14% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Directors John T. Cooper Lisa C. McKinney Courtney R. Tobin + Partners Greg A. Bouwer Darrin M. Dolehanty John R. Gastineau Kevin A. Halloran Scott R. Hansen James A. Joven Timothy E. Ochs Debra L. Schroeder Michael A. Slaney Diane E. Smith Alyssa (Forman) Stamatakos Brantley H. Wright + Associates Robert W. Eherenman James T. Flanigan Anne M. Frye Joanna L. Green William H. Hallock, Jr. Steven D. Hardin Scott E. Herbst Pamela R. Schroering Alan S. Townsend J. Brad Voelz Mark J. Wassink Dawn Wrona Eby

1993

---------------------------------Class Agents: Clayton C. Miller and James L. Vana Total: $13,095 Participation: 10% ----------------------------------

Dean’s Circle Benefactor Steven E. Goode + Dean’s Circle Directors Susan C. Lynch Clayton C. Miller Patrick W. Rasche + Partners Kevin G. Baer Joseph A. Foster Carl A. Greci Raymond T. Seach James L. Vana Jennifer (Aichele) Vana + Associates Carrie (Atkins) Barron John P. Breen Mark A. Drewes Laurie A. Gray Mark D. Halter Sharon K. Mollman Elliot David S. Peebles Kent A. Rollison Mary B. Schultheis-Burger Kevin E. Steele Laura (Fredrich) Woford

1994

---------------------------------Class Agents: Thomas E. Deer and Henry S. Noyes Total: $12,605 Participation: 13% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Directors Dana M. Emery Thomas M. Fisher Brenda (Osborne) Freije David C. Milne Meagan (McAuley) Milne Angela F. Parker James P. Strenski + Partners Pamela (Fisher) Coffey Rebecca L. Collins David J. Jurkiewicz John T. Keith Michael B. Langford

Alice (McKenzie) Morical Gregory J. Morical Carol Nemeth Joven Todd J. Stearn + Associates Edward G. Bielski Amanda (Owens) Blackketter Angela R. Broughton Karen (Mellencamp) Davis Sandra (Rasche) Hemmerlein Daniel J. Mathis Joanne (Crawford) McAnlis Henry S. Noyes Sean S. Steele Trevor A. Sutherland Tracy (Pursifull) Troyer

1995

---------------------------------Class Agents: Matthew T. Furton and Ian G. John Total: $18,075 Participation: 17% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Directors David O. Barrett Carla D. Boddy Kathleen A. DeLaney Matthew T. Furton John R. Harrington Ian G. John Janet Min Beach Elizabeth Stuart John + Partners Derek Y. Brandt Jeffrey L. Carmichael Shannon L. Clark Julie (Lingle) Gardner Charles J. Meyer Jill T. Powlick Christopher J. Rabideau Cynthia Storer Baran + Associates Robert A. Dubault Douglas W. Hyman Jeffrey E. Kimmell

David J. Lazerwitz James P. Leahey Raymond A. Limon David A. Locke Dana L. Miroballi David H. Schwartz Christina L. Sciabica Laura (Day) Scott Joseph L. Smith, Jr. Alonzo Weems David G. White John M. Yarger

1996

---------------------------------Class Agent: Randal J. Kaltenmark Total: $6,800 Participation: 11% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Directors Randal J. Kaltenmark Elissa Preheim + Partners Kepten D. Carmichael Michelle (Davis) Carmichael Jason L. Kennedy Stephen W. Martin Mark W. Miller Melinda (Gentry) Schwer Susan M. Shook Kevin Tessier Susan J. Yoon + Associates Robert F. Barron II Krista (Duncan) Black Christine (Carroll) Cahill Shou Y. Ling Sandip H. Patel Brian S. Perry Stephen E. Scheele Frederick W. Schultz Jennifer (Roessler) Schultz John F. Townsend III

1997

---------------------------------Class Agents: Troy D. Farmer, Jason R. Reese and Sonia Miller-Van Oort Total: $15,175 Participation: 12% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Directors Troy D. Farmer John M. Mueller + Partners Eric M. Douthit John P. Fischer Dominic W. Glover Allen J. Guon Wendy (Melone) Hamilton W. James Hamilton Jered J. Wilson + Associates Thaddeus R. Ailes Robert W. Burt Anne M. Burton James K. Cleland Kelly (Collier) Cleland Roger P. Colinvaux Heidi G. Goebel Steven S. Hoar David H. Iskowich Raoul K. Maitra Raeanna S. Moore Johanna J. Philhower Maple Manish S. Sampat Ellen (Morrison) Townsend Konrad M. Urberg Julie A. Veach Heather (Tallman) Wilson

1998

---------------------------------Class Agents: Stephen W. Beard, Jr. and Mark A. Hagedorn Total: $4,575 Participation: 10% ----------------------------------

Dean’s Circle Directors Stephen W. Beard, Jr. William B. Edge + Partners James H. Beckett Terri (Ozbun) Bruksch Kendall H. Millard Gerald B. Zelenock + Associates Sean T. Devenney Mark A. Hagedorn Joshua D. Hague Brian L. Henry Travis N. Jensen Kristin (Bierlein) Keltner Andrew S. Paine Yaran Pan Suzanne J. Phillips Michael M. Pratt Marc T. Quigley April (Hunsinger) Schilling Michael D. Schwartz Angela R. Smith Fisher Jennifer (Wheeler) Terry John S. Terry Dawn A. Wildrick Cole Bryan B. Woodruff

1999

---------------------------------Class Agents: Bryan H. Babb and Julie P. Wilson Total: $14,200 Participation: 12% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Benefactor Burke J. Montgomery + Dean’s Circle Directors Julie M. Florida Jason D. Kimpel Malcolm J. Tuesley + Partners Bryan H. Babb Abigail A. Clapp Aaron N. Goldberger Kathy L. Osborn James M. Snyder

Julie P. Wilson + Associates Mark R. Anderson Tamatha (Gawlik) Earnhart Rose E. Gallagher Karen L. Hsu John H. Kedeshian Heather J. Kidwell Lonene C. Maynard Carleton P. Palmer IV Rozelia S. Park James B. Robinson Daniel R. Roy David L. Theyssen James W. Tuesley Daniel C. Walters Lawrence Wu

2000

---------------------------------Class Agents: Angela Karras Neboyskey and David A. Neboyskey Total: $5,913 Participation: 7% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Benefactor Amy (Hurley) Brody + Partners Jessica P. Barth Angela Karras Neboyskey David A. Neboyskey + Associates Bradley C. Brasser Heather (Miller) Emenhiser Jonathan P. Emenhiser James E. Fisher Amy (Grauel) Griner Gary L. Griner Joel T. May Robert S. Meitus Pamela S. Meyer Sandra Perry Kristi Prutow Cirignano

2001

---------------------------------Class Agents: Robert D. Lattas and Shiv O’Neill Total: $5,638 Participation: 13% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Directors Jasna (Brblic) Dolgov Matthew D. Kellam + Partners Michael J. Hulka Elizabeth A. Houdek Jason A. Houdek Susan K. Kerns Brian J. Lally Marc F. Malooley + Associates Ian D. Arnold Sonia (Chen) Arnold Nick J. Cirignano Hamish S. Cohen Emily L. Fitzgerald Marc E. Gustafson Laura J. Hilmert Daniel P. King Trenten D. Klingerman Eliza R. McCart Peter S. Nemeth Shiv O’Neill Jacob C. Pond Michael G. Smith John D. Snethen Marc D. Sokol Scott B. Tittle James M. Van Buren Susan (Hutz) Worth

2002

---------------------------------Class Agents: Thomas C. Lunsford and Hongsun Yoon Total: $5,094 Participation: 7% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Directors Thomas C. Lunsford

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1992


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2003

---------------------------------Class Agent: Matthew Silverman Total: $3,610 Participation: 11% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Director John D. Sweeney + Partners Kathryn E. Gordon Michael E. Heintz Brian Mathison Jennifer L. Shea + Associates Kristin L. Acuff Jason P. Cleveland Michael P. Commons Cara L. Fedewa Brett M. Haworth Jennifer (Burger) Herrmann Scott S. Holmes Matthew R. King Scott N. Kumis Samuel F. Miller Derek M. Mills Paul Newman Alexander C. O’Neill Joshlene A. Pollock Matthew Silverman Lena (Nasr) Snethen

Jaime L. Turley Jennifer L. Weber

2004

---------------------------------Class Agents: Michael N. Red and Inge M. Van der Cruysse Total: $4,550 Participation: 7% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Directors Jeanette Hanna-Ruiz Inge M. Van der Cruysse + Partners Jacob P. Sheehan Megan H. Stifel + Associates Carina M. De la Torre Cyril R. Emery Daniel R. Flynn Jason L. Fulk Richard H. Hedrick Catherine L. Knowles David A. Moore Thao T. Nguyen Snider Page John R. Worth Kristine L. Zeabart

2005

---------------------------------Class Agents: David W. Clark and Renea (Vealey Hill) Hooper Total: $2,248 Participation: 7% ---------------------------------Partners Kathryn (Dywan) Brinkerhoff David W. Clark Amy Cohen Klaesener Liane C. Groth Renea (Vealey Hill) Hooper + Associates Michelle Cosby David L. Francisco

Kelley J. Halliburton Melissa M. Mortimer Elizabeth E. Pavlick Kevin J. Rapp Jason L. Rodocker Kelvin L. Vidale Nancy S. Woodworth

2006

---------------------------------Class Agents: Rebecca Bailey Jacobsen and Maurice L. Williams Total: $5,225 Participation: 8% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Directors Judith E. Golitko Mark J. Horvick Stacey (Drews) Horvick Christopher W. Smith + Partners Kellie (Johnson) Barr Matthew B. Barr Joel R. Meyer + Associates Yvette M. Alex-Assensoh Stephen E. Fenn Kevin R. Mason Catherine L. Matthews Jessica (Wininger) Merkel Anna T. Meyer Simpson Adam C. Shields Douglas P. Skelley Lora S. Smith John S. Wills

2007

---------------------------------Class Agents: Stephanie A. Artnak and Laura J. Koenig Class Facilitators: Katie Molter and Jason T. Schnellenberger Total: $2,685 Participation: 7% ----------------------------------

Partners Suzy E. Lee Mark K. Leeman Jason Liao Jacob B. Schtevie + Associates Elizabeth (Lewis) Baney Nathan D. Baney Dustin R. DeNeal Jill M. Felkins Matthew P. Gregoline Laura (Corderman) Harbison William P. Harbison Leslie C. McCoy Jason T. Schnellenberger Lauran M. Sturm

2008

---------------------------------Class Agents: Maria E. Bennett and Jennifer M. Hesch Class Facilitators: Andrew W. Beyer, Cindy J. Cho, David Meek and Laura Walda Total: $5,893 Participation: 13% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Directors Anonymous (2) Amy M. Foust Andrew B. Fromm + Partners Andrew W. Beyer Nicholas R. Blesch Clark Christina L. Clark Cindy J. Cho Amy M. Foust Stephen E. Reynolds Jennifer L. Schuster + Associates Erin Bauer Maria E. Bennett Mindy L. Boehr Kevin M. Dent Jessica (Nation) Gahl Nicholas K. Gahl

Ryan J. Guillory John W. McKenzie III James F. Olds Michael R. Pinkston Morgan E. Rehrig Lucas M. Rudisill Shalina (Chibber) Schaefer Devin K. Schaffer James D. Shanahan Nathan W. Steed Adria Villar

2009

---------------------------------Class Agents: Ross D. Eberly and Paul R. Hogan Class Facilitators: Larry Hagerman and Rachel Yates Pileggi Total: $1,510 Participation: 7% ---------------------------------Partners Paul R. Hogan Amanda R. Whiffing + Associates Timothy V. Addison Angela N. Aneiros Lisa (Grier) Dunkin Laura (Hyde) Durfee Michele R. Goodman Michala P. Irons Benjamin J. Keele Clark P. Kirkman Kathleen L. Lee Troy D. Liggett Marguerite Racher Snyder Munjot Sahu

2010

---------------------------------Class Agent: Lance M. Lindeen Class Facilitator: David R. Clark Total: $1,238 Participation: 3% ----------------------------------

Partners David R. Clark Rachel Leahey + Associates Tabitha (Lucas) Balzer Jamie L. Burnett Richard W. Mather Casey J. Plant Nancy C. Rachlis

2011

---------------------------------Class Agents: Kristen L. Cameron and Lance M. Lindeen Class Facilitators: Christopher HopkinsGillespie, Jesse James, Alison McCormick and Ann O’Connor Total: $613 Participation: 3% ---------------------------------Partner Margaret D. Flores + Associates Christina A. Clark Christian M. Habegger Erin E. McAdams

2012

---------------------------------Total: $3,230 Participation: 12% ---------------------------------Dean’s Circle Director Sarah C. Thrasher + Partners Laura S. Rossi Richard P. Thornberry Paul E. Vaglica + Associates Scott A. Allen Aaron G. Corn Daniel A. Dixon Richard W. Gardner Kasie M. Gorosh

Kelsey (O’Neal) Hanlon Blake R. Hartz Daniel A. Huntley Brittany E. McClure Mark J. Plantan Ozair M. Shariff Justin O. Sorrell Lauren (Violi) Sorrell Fiona C. Wan Nathan B. Wenk Lindsay E. Wertenberger Alexander M. Weyand Allison (Walker) Weyand Mathew D. Wierwille

2013

---------------------------------Total: $3,615 Participation: 3% ---------------------------------Partner Cedric A. Gordon + Associates Brandon M. Benjamin Alexandra J. Block Russell C. Chaplain Joseph R. Delehanty Patrick C. Thomas Patrick W. Thomas

2014

---------------------------------Total: $155 Participation: 3% ---------------------------------Associates Klein K. Allison Megan B. Boelstler Benjamin M. Gavel Erin L. Madar Timothy R. Pierce

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April J. Risk Angela (Schultz) Yoon Hongsun Yoon + Partners Jenny N. Masunaga Marisol Sanchez Rafael A. Sanchez + Associates Shannon (McClellan) Cohen Justin V. Czubaroff Heather (Taylor) Forry Steven D. Forry Jeffrey D. Roberts Peter P. Ten Eyck Stefanie J. Weigand


friends, faculty, staff and students honor roll

corporations, foundations and law firms honor roll

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

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

whose support reflects their close ties to the school.

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

Kathy E. Anderson Gary J. Anderson, M.D. Hannah L. Buxbaum Daniel O. Conkle Deborah W. Conkle David H. Jacobs Jong R. Kim Elizabeth C. Miller Donna K. Wilber

dean’s circle benefactor

Gerard W. Pauwels, Ph.D.

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dean’s circle directors

Alfred C. Aman, Jr. Amy Applegate John Applegate Hon. James C. Brainard Fred H. Cate Beth E. Cate Yvonne Cripps James H. Fariss Linda K. Fariss Carol J. Greenhouse Elizabeth Hackl-Brainard Franklin R. Kristl Timothy O. Kristl Timm A. Miller Hon. Edward W. Najam, Jr. Carl Pebworth

partners

A. James Barnes Michael E. Bauer Wilma L. Bauer Jeannine Bell Maarten Bout Brian Broughman Stephen A. Conrad Karen B. Cutright Phillips Cutright John H. Ferguson Karen W. Ferguson Thomas P. Gannon Jacquelyn C. Gauss Robert L. Gauss Roberta M. Gumbel Kenneth E. Hardman Andrea Havill Allison J. Hess Yamini Hingorani Lisa G. Hosey Sarah J. Hughes Juanita J. Johnson Brian Kearney Ajay K. Mehrotra Frank Motley Aviva A. Orenstein Austen Parrish Eric Robinson Michael D. Shumate Carwina Weng Steven L. Willborn David Williams Susan Williams

associates

Carolyn L. Allen Anthony Arnold, JD’15 Alexander B. Avtgis, JD’17 Sarah E. Bauer, JD’16 Megan E. Binder, JD’16

Ruth P. Birge Kevin D. Brown Lynne G. Brown Andrew Bunger Leah Bunger Matthew P. Castelli, JD’15 Lori Chen, JD’16 John E. Chevigny Tara Clancey Judith K. Clifton Christopher G. Coffey Stephanie Coffey Bradley H. Cohen Tina L. Cohen Steven C. Cook Elizabeth P. Conkle, JD’15 Martin H. Cozzola, JD’15 James S. Cunning Kenneth G. Dau-Schmidt Lesley Davis Hon. Brent E. Dickson Jan A. Dickson Hannah M. Dill, JD’16 Catherine E. Dyar Miriam Effron Mary I. Emison Judith C. Enslen Raleigh K. Enslen Peter P. Eyck Fred Fathe Kay Fathe Ashley R. Fifield, JD’15 Robert L. Fischman Nicholas S. Graber, JD’16 Douglas Goldstein Nyree B. Gray Janet Hall Hon. Valerie Haughton Holly J. Heerdink, JD’16 Mary Henderson William D. Henderson Steven T. Henke, JD’15 Matthew A. Hutchens Michelle L. Hutchens Charles W. Keaton

Joanne Keaton Jayanth Krishnan Laura E. Krishnan Clark Lackert Marie Lackert Leandra Lederman Paul E. Leopold Brian Lewis Jody L. Madeira Matthew Madeira Jeanne C. Meyer Franklin I. Miroff Barbara Muceus Eric E. Muceus Matthew Murphy Donna M. Nagy Amanda M. Newman, JD’15 Elizabeth J. O’Donnell Beth C. Price Victor D. Quintanilla Janis L. Randall Morgan Rehrig Margaret Reuter Janet S. Robertson Michael R. Rosiello Dianne Ruderman Kamia U. Shenoy, JD’16 Georgia R. Smithee, JD’15 William G. Sprague Janet Stake Jeffrey E. Stake Lisa A. Stone Kenny Tatum Noelle Ten Eyck Sloan E. Thacker, JD’16 Meredith A. Thompson Flora M. Valentine Kenneth B. Valentine James D. Van Osdol Judith L. Van Osdol Martha M. Van Stone Trevor W. Waliszewski, JD’15 Patricia Weiner Deborah Widiss Kathy E. Wyss

dean’s circle visionaries

Bentson Foundation Cook, Inc. DeLoitte Foundation Demarest and Almeida Eli Lilly and Company Faegre Baker Daniels LLP Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund John W. Anderson Foundation Lilly Endowment Inc. Martha H. Miller Foundation Maurice B. Miller Memorial Scholarship Trust Microsoft Novus Law LLC

dean’s circle benefactors

Abbott Laboratories Fund Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A Shroff & Co. American Endowment Foundation Exxon Education Foundation Jackson Lewis LLP Lumina Foundation for Education

dean’s circle directors

Bose McKinney & Evans LLP Caterpillar Foundation Dinsmore & Shohl LLP Eugene and Marilyn Glick Family Foundation

Ernst & Young Foundation Hoover Hull LLP Household International Finance Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum Law Reform Commission of Liberia Lincoln Financial Group Foundation Maurer Family Foundation, Inc. Noodles and Company Ogletree Deakins Nash Smoak Stewart, PC Rhys Corporation Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom LLP Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations Holdeen India Program United Way Silicon Valley

partners

American United Life Aon Foundation Athene Charitable Foundation Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP Brown County Community Foundation Burke Warren MacKay & Serritella PC Competition Law Group Coriden Coriden Andrews and Glover LLC Dow Chemical Foundation General Electric Fund K & L Gates LLP Marshall Gerstein & Borun LLP

Meitus Gelbert Rose LLP Oneok Foundation Inc. Procter & Gamble Sempra Energy Shell Oil Company Foundation TimeWarner United Way Silicon Valley Wabash Valley Community Foundation

associates

Arnold & Porter Becker Family Foundation DeLaney & DeLaney LLC IBM International Foundation Indiana Judges Association JP Morgan Chase Foundation Old National Bank Foundation PG & E Corporation Foundation Premier Inc. Raytheon Company State Farm Companies Wells Fargo Foundation

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dean’s circle visionaries


special and memorial gifts honor roll

Edward W. Najam, Jr.

George N. Lewis, M.D.,

Paul S. Ruderman

Scholarship

Scholarship

Memorial Scholarship

Fred Fathe

Andrew S. Ward, ’88

Hon. Edward W. Najam, Jr.

Elliot R. Lewis, ’87

Kay Fathe David L. Sandweiss

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

Colleen Kristl Pauwels

Edward & Reba Lay

Gifts in honor of:

Memorial Fund

Scholarship

David A. Feemster

Gerald N. Svetanoff

Douglass G. Boshkoff

Estate of Edward L. Lay

Ruth P. Birge

Indiana Judges Association

Juliet M. Casper, ’92

Elmore Entrepreneurship

Ajay K. Mehrotra

Glenn and Donna Scolnik

Beth Cate

Law Clinic

Timothy V. Addison, ’09

Clinical Chair

Fred H. Cate

Michael E. Flannery, ’83

Daniel O. Conkle

Mark J. Horvick, ’06

Austen Parrish

James H. Fariss

Stacey E. Horvick, ’06

Hazell B. Gray

Linda K. Fariss, ’88

Adam C. Shields, ’06

James E. Koran

Roger T. Stelle, ’70

Gifts in memory of:

Professorship in Law

Mary J. Koran

Nathan B. Wenk, ’12

John E. Allen

Philip C. Potts, ’59

Ruth O. Boshkoff

Donna H. Scolnik Glenn Scolnik, ’78

Antonio Curiel Memorial

Law Reform Commission

Cook, Inc.

Scholarship

Rhett R. Dennerline, ’89

Hon. Gonzalo P. Curiel, ’79

Clarine Nardi Riddle, ’74

Julia (Church) Dierker, ’88

Child Advocacy Program

Christina L. Sciabica, ’95

Eli Lilly & Co.

Karen L. Hsu, ’99

Arthur P. Kalleres

Brittany L. Terwilliger

Blake R. Hartz, ’12

Memorial Scholarship

Sarah C. Thrasher, ’12

Allison J. Hess

Class of 1979

James S. Cunning

Inge M. Van der Cruysse, ’04

Elizabeth Houdek, ’01

Timothy O. Kristl

Scholarship Fund

Elmore Family

Robert L. Gauss, ’93

Patrick D. Zimski, ’82

Jason A. Houdek, ’01

Jane Alshuler, ’79

Michael Maben

Scholarship

Craig M. Bradley

Memorial Fund

Mark D. Janis, ’89

Carol S. Bernheim,’79

Sheila J. Maben

David G. Elmore, ’58

Richard A. Rosenthal, ’81

Karen E. Arland, ’82

James E. McMullen, ’78

DG Elmore, Jr., ’84

Robert J. Tornatta, ’85

Linda S. Hunt

Eugene & Jane Fletchall

Richard L. Brown

and Employment Law

Gerard W. Pauwels, Ph.D.

Scholarship

Lynne G. Brown

Scholarship

Janet E. M. Stake

Jane Fletchall

James J. Weber, ’84

Franklin R. Kristl

Franklin I. Miroff in honor

Center on the Global

K & L Gates LLP

Jeffrey A. Burger, ’79

Legal Profession

Brian J. Lally, ’01

Donald D. DeGrasse, ’79

International Summer

Jason Liao, ’07

Hon. Thomas J. Felts, ’79

Internship Program

Marshall, Gerstein &

Bruce A. Hugon, ’79

Bernard Harrold

Amarchand & Mangaldas

John M. Kyle III ’79

Scholarship

Meitus Gelbert Rose LLP

Agnes S. Peters, ’79

Kathleen Harrold

Robert D. Aronson, ’77

Microsoft Inc.

Mark J. Tidd, ’79

Demarest & Almeida

Patrick W. Rasche, ‘93

Bentson Foundation

Edward L. Michael, ’81

Vincent O. Wagner, ‘76

Class of 1997

Scholarship

Mark S. Niblick, ’78

Angela (Schultz) Yoon, ’02

Scholarship Fund

Bentson Foundation

Novus Law LLC

Hongsun Yoon, ’02

James K. Cleland, ’97

Mark S. Niblick, ’78

Steven M. Post, ’77

James P. Zeller, ‘76

Kelly (Collier) Cleland, ’97

of Susan Tabler

Lisa A. Stone

& Suresh A Shroff & Co.

Borun LLP

Judi A. Stewart

Eric M. Douthit, ’97

Milton R. Stewart, ’71

Charles and Jean Bruess

Troy D. Farmer, ’97

Practice Fund

Unitarian Universalist

Law Scholarship

Heidi G. Goebel, ’97

Thomas E. Burchfield, ’61

Charles E. Bruess, ’63

Johanna J. Maple, ’97

Jean E. Bruess Center for Constitutional

Center for Intellectual

Democracy

Property Research

Charles Whistler Faculty

Scholarship Fund

Gary J. Anderson, M.D.

Anne E. Aikman-Scalese, ’78

Fellowship

Jerry J. Burgdoerfer*, ’83

Kathy E. Anderson

Scott A. Allen, ’12

John C. Whistler

Bruce C. Haas, ’83

Pamela S. Coffey, ’94

Bruce J. Artim, ’82

Aaron G. Corn, ’12

Barnes & Thornburg LLP

Charles Wilson Memorial

James F. Fitzpatrick, ’59

Bingham Greenebaum

Scholarship

Hon. David F. Hamilton

Roberta M. Gumbel

Doll LLP

Steven C. Bruess, ’89

Class of 1983

Holiday H. McKiernan, ’83

Elizabeth Shuman-Moore, ‘82

Carolyn L. Allen Harry T. Ice

Timothy M. Morrison, ’74

Jackson Lewis Labor

Jeffrey E. Stake

Jackson Lewis LLP Frederick F. Eichhorn

Joseph E. Trester, ’79

Faegre Baker Daniels LLP

Judith C. Enslen

John F. Kimberling

Margaret M. Wrynn, ’86

Pro Bono Fellowship

Raleigh K. Enslen

Scholarship Estate of John F. Kimberling

Faegre Baker Daniels LLP

Burchfield Bridge-to-

Holdeen India Program

Harry Pratter

Philip B. McKiernan, ’83

Community Legal

Carl Pebworth

Paul D. Ewan

Troy D. Farmer, ’97

Indiana Judges Association

Clinic Fund Amy F. Cohen Klaesener, ’05

Gary and Denise Birn-

Joseph E. Crehan, ’65

baum Scholarship

Leonard D. Fromm

Repayment Assistance

Sheila Crehan

Denise B. Birnbaum

Richard A. Rosenthal, ’81

Fund

Kathleen A. Buck Loan

Richard A. Dean, ’73

Gary L. Birnbaum, ’76 David E. Greene &

David A. Neel Anne E. Norris, ’85

Kenneth & Louise Yahne

Barbara J. Bealer

Gary W. McFarron

Scholarship

Intellectual Property

Barbara J. Bealer

Scholarship

B. Patrick O’Donnell

Kenneth R. Yahne, ’68

David E. Greene, ’74

Gary W. McFarron

Elizabeth J. O’Donnell

Louise A. Yahne

Donald P. Dorfman

Gene Eckerty Memorial

Michael W. Owen

L.H. Wallace

Scholarship

Scholarship

Jack H. Rogers, ’61

Teaching Award

Donald P. Dorfman, ’57

Wilma J. Eckerty

Scholarship

Dale E. Armstrong, ’54 George G. Pancol Indiana Judges Association

Harry L. Wallace

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of Liberia

Philip C. Genetos, ’77

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Col. Kenneth Gardner


Jeffrey S. Davidson, ’73

Dominic W. Glover, ’97

Debra Kloosterman

Carol Montgomery

Stephen E. Reynolds, ’08

Geoffrey G. Slaughter, ’89

Claude E. Davis

Edward A. Gohman, ’88

Peter W. Kloosterman

Vicki J. Moore, ’80

Richard S. Rhodes, ’53

Frederick F. Thornburg, ’68

Bruce J. Artim, ’82

Michael K. Davis, ’87

Gary D. Gold, ’91

Charlotte Klootwyk

George A. Morgan

Timothy J. Riffle, ’83

David O. Barrett, ’95

Edward L. Volk, ’70

Bryan H. Babb, ’99

Sara E. Davis

Aaron N. Goldberger, ’99

M E. Klootwyk

Gregory J. Morical, ’94

Steven J. Riggs, ’86

Gary L. Birnbaum, ’76

Edwin F. Walmer, ’57

J. Adam Bain, ’86

Diane L. Day

Governmental Management

Dennis A. Kokinda, ’80

Kathryn Morris

Lauren K. Robel, ’83

Eric E. Boyd, ’86

Kent H. Westley, ’68

David T. Baird, ’89

Carina M. De la Torre, ’04

Services

Carol A. Krajnik

Frank Motley

Judy Roberts

Michael E. Brown, ’78

Sally (Hartfield) Westley, ’67

Baldwin & Lyons, Inc.

Alecia A. DeCoudreaux, ’78

Kirk E. Grable, ’88

Karol H. Krohn, ’84

Carol A. Nemeth Joven, ’94

Jason L. Rodocker, ’05

Jeffery A. Burger, ’79

John R. Worth, ’04

Cynthia M. Baran, ’95

Kathleen A. DeLaney, ’95

Joanna L. Green, ’92

Dorothy Krueger

Thomas R. Newby, ’87

Kirk A. Rose, ’85

William T. Burke, ’53

Susan L. Worth, ’01

Lori A. Barnhart

Dermatology Center of

David E. Greene, ’74

Lang Diversified

Thao T. Nguyen, ’04

Jeffrey B. Rubenstein, ’83

Donald W. Buttrey, ’61

Robert H. Wright, ’91

Kellie M. Barr, ’06

Marc E. Gustafson, ’01

Kurt D. Nondorf, ’83

Manish S. Sampat, ’97

Larry L. Chubb, ’89

Richard W. Young, ’81

Matthew B. Barr, ’06

Joseph J. DeVito

Mark A. Hagedorn, ’98

Michael B. Langford, ’94

Rory O’Bryan, ’72

Marisol Sanchez, ’02

Carol S. Cohen, ’76

Charles O. Ziemer, ’64

Barbara J. Bealer

Sarah N. DeVito, ’12

Kelley J. Halliburton, ’05

Kim S. Laurin, ’87

Patrice A. Ocken, ’87

Rafael A. Sanchez, ’02

John A. Crawford, ’81

Laura A. Zwicker, ’91

James F. Beatty, ’84

Jasna Dolgov, ’01

Kevin A. Halloran, ’92

Vilda S. Laurin, ’87

Alexander C. O’Neill, ’03

Marjory Sarkis

Hon. Sarah M. Singleton, ’74

Sustaining Fund Elliott Abrutyn, ’67

Southern Indiana

Services Inc.

John D. Bessler, ’91

Mark A. Drewes, ’93

Hon. David F. Hamilton

David J. Lazerwitz, ’95

Shiv (Ghuman) O’Neill, ’01

Lisa M. Savadel, ’88

Jeffrey S. Davidson, ’73

Law Library Fund

Andrew W. Beyer, ’08

Janet L. Dunigan

Jeanette Hanna-Ruiz, ’04

Deborah A. Lemon

Sonia Overholser, ’88

Devin K. Schaffer, ’08

Anne N. DePrez, ’81

Wayne D. Boberg, ’78

Patrick L. Dunigan

William P. Harbison, ’07

Michael J. Lewinski, ’85

Marianne M. Owen, ’91

Debra L. Schroeder, ’92

Robert A. Dubault, ’95

Michelle T. Cosby, ’06

James F. Bleeke, ’85

Robert W. Eherenman, ’92

Pamela J. Harbour, ’84

Elliot R. Lewis, ’87

Andrew S. Paine, ’98

Judy Schroeder

David G. Elmore, ’58

Richard T. Dawson, ’70

Carla D. Boddy, ’95

Cyril R. Emery, ’04

Steven D. Hardin, ’92

Lars H. Liebeler, ’87

Carleton P. Palmer, ’99

Keith Schroeder

Margaret D. Flores, ’11

Kathleen C. Gillmore, ’72

Timothy J. Boeglin, ’84

J. Scott Enright, ’90

John R. Harrington, ‘95

Tara Lineweaver

Maria V. Pangonis, ’85

David H. Schwartz, ’95

Robert L. Fonner, ’61

Rachel Leahey, ’10

Maarten Bout

James R. Fagan

Daniel P. Harris, ’84

Tony Ling, ’96

Roger L. Pardieck, ’63

in memory of

William A. Freihofer, ’58

Renee M. McDermott, ’78

Alan S. Bradin, ’13

Marjorie Lou Fagan

Hon. Valerie Haughton

Arthur A. Lopez, ’83

Rozelia S. Park, ’99

Mary T. Lane

Philip C. Genetos, ’77

James C. Nelson, ’67

Ian M. Burns, ’04

John Fedors, ’86

Andrea C. Havill

Erin L. Madar, ’14

Angela F. Parker, ’94

Laura A. Scott, ’95

Gerald F. George, ’69

Lawrence T. Oates, ’87

Andrew Butler

Cheryl R. Fell

Scott E. Herbst, ’92

Roul K. Maitra, ’97

Bernard O. Paul, ’86

Susan M. Shook, ’96

Miles C. Gerberding, ’56

Rhys Corporation

Sarah E. Caldwell, ’11

Stephen L. Ferguson, ’66

Timothy D. Hernly, ’85

Joel Martin

Christine Perkins

Gene Shreve

Anthony P. Gillman, ’81

George P. Smith, II, ’64

Paula F. Cardoza, ’82

David Fidler

Yamini Hingorani

Natalie A. Mason, ’91

Tedd Perkins

Marguerite R. Shreve

Michael P. Gray, ’76

in memory of

Jeffrey L. Carmichael, ’95

Shari Fidler

Renea E. Hooper, ’05

Brian Mathison, ’03

Brian S. Perry, ’96

Nathaniel R. Sinn, ’04

Hon. Vincent F. Grogg*, ’58

Colleen R. Pauwels

James M. Carr, ’75

Maribeth Z. Fischer

Michael D. Huber, ’85

Sharon L. Mayell

Jeffrey P. Petrich, ’84

George Sistevaris, ’87

Christian M. Habegger, ’11

Ann R. Vaughan, ’78

Gregory A. Castanias, ’90

Thomas J. Fischer

Shontrai D. Irving, ’03

Peter C. McCabe, ’85

Jerry Petty

Douglas P. Skelley, ’06

Marvin L. Hackman, ’59

Frank E. Wrenick, ’65

Cindy J. Cho, ’08

Robert L. Fischman

Julie A. Janis

Martin A. McCrory, ’83

Linda K. Petty

Allan T. Slagel, ’88

Richard J. Darko, ’68

in memory of Jim Wood

Sylvia Y. Chou, ’91

Thomas M. Fisher, ’94

Mark D. Janis, ’89

Connie McDermott

Suzanne J. Phillips, ’98

Michael A. Slaney, ’92

Travis N. Jensen, ’98

Len Fromm Emergency

Christina A. Clark, ’11

Emily L. Fitzgerald, ’01

Julann Jatczak

Susan M. McGlasson

Timothy R. Pierce, ’14

Geoffrey G. Slaughter, ’89

Christina S. Kalavritinos, ’80

Scholarship Fund

in memory of Jim Wood

Scott N. Flanders, ’82

Elizabeth D. John, ’95

Thomas M. McGlasson, ’68

Mark J. Plantan, ’12

Sara R. Slaughter, ’88

Robert P. Kassing, ’64

Greta E. Cowart, ’85

John D. Clark

Michael E. Flannery, ’83

Ian G. John, ’95

Beverly A. McGuire

Lisa A. Powell, ’84

Jeffrey A. Smeathers

Abigail L. Kuzma, ’81

Cedric A. Gordon, ’13

Patricia S. Clark

Joseph A. Foster, ’93

Kristen V. Johnson

Dennis K. McGuire

Jill T. Powlick, ’95

Patricia E. Smeathers

James K. Cleland, ’97

David L. Francisco, ’05

Terry L. Johnson

Sheryl B. McGrath, ’87

Elissa J. Preheim, ’96

Thomas C. Smith, ’88

Robert N. Irwin, ’71

Elliott D. Levin, ’66

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in memory of Jim Wood

Jason W. Levin, ’83

Leonard D. Fromm

Kelly (Collier) Cleland, ’97

Becky J. Frederick, ’83

R. William Jonas, ’81

Maribeth A. McKaig

Patricia Prochaska

David M. Snyder, ’85

Sue (Weinberg) Levin, ’83

Memorial Fund

Daniel O. Conkle

Thomas M. Frohman ’83

Gregory J. Jordan, ’84

Richard N. McKaig

Daniel N. Quinn

Marc D. Sokol, ’01

David A. Locke, ’95

Anonymous

Deborah W. Conkle

Andrew B. Fromm, ’08

James A. Joven, ’92

Lynn E. McKay, ’91

Lois Quinn

Justin O. Sorrell, ’12

John J. Lorber, ’62

Arend J. Abel, ’86

James L. Cooper, ’91

Anne K. Furniss

Elizabeth A. Justice, ’83

Leslie S. Mead, ’84

Richard Quinn

Lauren C. Sorrell, ’12

Joseph H. Marxer, ’87

George H. Abel, ’84

Michelle T. Cosby, ’06

Norman Furniss

John H. Kahle, ’83

Ajay Mehrotra

Ronald Quinn

Janet Stake

Peter C. McCabe, ’85

Kenneth J. Adams, ’00

Amanda C. Couture, ’04

Jessica A. Gahl, ’08

Matthew D. Kellam, ’01

Jessica (Wininger)

Teri Quinn

Jeffrey E. Stake

Milford M. Miller, ’62

Thaddeus R. Ailes, ’97

Greta E. Cowart, ’85

Nicholas K. Gahl, ’08

Susan K. Kerns, ’01

David W. Quist, ’85

Alyssa D. Stamatakos, ’92

John P. Mitchell, ’70

Deborah J. Allen-Slagel, ’89

Karen B. Cutright

Ann Gale

Jeffrey E. Kimmell, ’95

Julia E. Merkt, ’81

Angela R. Rager

Theodore C.

Sandip H. Patel, ’96

Klein K. Allison, ’14

Phillips Cutright

Rose E. Gallagher, ’99

Daniel P. King, ’01

Charles J. Meyer, ’95

Jason A. Rager

Susan M. Shook, ’96

Mark R. Anderson, ’99

Robert Dale

Julie L. Gardner, ’95

Karen Klein, ’03

Katherine A. Miltner, ’05

Cynthia J. Reichard, ’84

Richard C. Starkey, ’85

David S. Sidor, ’72

Ian D. Arnold, ’01

Debra I. Danner, ’88

John R. Gastineau, ’92

Michael A. Klein, ’88

Janet S. Min Beach, ’95

Morgan E. Rehrig, ’08

Janet C. Stavropoulos, ’94

Anna T. Simpson, ’06

Sonia C. Arnold, ’01

D. Albert Daspin, ’87

R. Brian Giesler

Trenten D. Klingerman, ’01

Burke J. Montgomery, ’99

Jon F. Reynolds, ’88

Megan H. Stifel, ’04

Merkel, ’06

Stamatakos, ’90

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Arnold & Porter LLP

Law Journal


Cynthia Storer Baran, ’95

Michael K. Guest

Ashley R. Fifield, ’15

Earl R. Singleton, ’86

Robert Kassing

Brittany E. McClure, ’12

Jan A. Dickson

James P. Strenski, ‘94

Memorial Scholarship

Benjamin M. Gavel, ’14

Georgia R. Smithee, ’15

Scholarship

Hon. Brent E. Dickson

Anthony C. Sullivan, ’89

Charles W. Ardery

Bethany A. Gavel

William G. Sprague

Bose McKinney & Evans LLP

Competition

Glenda M. Sweet

Joanne R. Ardery

Douglas Goldstein

Janet E. M. Stake

Kevin Tessier, ’96

Andrew R. Guest

Nicholas S. Graber, ’16

Jeffrey E. Stake

Steve H. Thrasher

Janet K. Guest

Hon. David F. Hamilton

Courtney R. Tobin, ’92

Kristin Guest

John M. Hamilton, ’86

Willard and Margaret Carr

S. Hugh & Samuel Dillin

Professorship in Labor &

Kenny R. Tatum

Scholarship

Hon. Loretta H. Rush, ’83

Employment Law

Sloan E. Thacker, ’16

Patricia D. Wright, M.D.

Michael D. Shumate

Margaret Carr

Terry L. Harrell, ’89

Hon. Ellen K. Thomas, ’73

Peter Wright in memory of

Willard Z. Carr, ’50

Competition

to benefit BLSA

for Williams Moot Court

Tracy L. Troyer, ’94

Michael S. and Janie

Andrea C. Havill

Inge M. Van der Cruysse, ’04

Malcom J. Tuesley, ’99

Maurer Scholarships

Holly J. Heerdink, ’16

Trevor W. Waliszewski, ’15

Albert J. Velasquez, ’73

William R. Stewart Fund

James M. Van Buren, ’01

Janie K. Maurer

Mary Henderson

Carwina Weng

Scott N. Flanders

to benefit BLSA and

John H. Ferguson

Inge M. Van der Cruysse, ’04

Michael S. “Mickey”

William D. Henderson

Alexander M. Weyand, ’12

Scholarship

Latino Advisory Board

Karen W. Ferguson

Salvador Vasquez, ’91

Steven T. Henke, ’15

Allison E. Weyand, ’12

Scott N. Flanders, ’82

Martha (Blood) Wentworth,

Maurer, ’67

Samuel H. Dillin

Yamini Hingorani

Deborah A. Widiss

’90 for Jessup Moot

William W. Oliver Chair

Denise A. Walker, ’06

Ogletree, Deakins, Nash,

Sarah J. Hughes

David C. Williams

Sidney D. Eskenazi

Court Competition

in Tax Law

Norris K. Wang, ’83

Smoak & Stewart

Linda S. Hunt, ’99

Susan H. Williams

Scholarship

Mathew D. Wierwille, ’12

Mark J. Wassink, ’92

Fellowship in Labor &

Dawn E. Johnsen

Sidney D. Eskenazi, ’53

David H. Waterman

Employment Law

Marilyn L. Kapaun, ’91

R. Neil & Michele Irwin

W. William Weeks, ’79

Ogletree, Deakins, Nash,

Clark P. Kirkman, ’09

Scholarship

Sig Beck Award

Stephanie J. Weigand, ’02

Daniel M. Kirwan, ’74

Michele K. Irwin

Thomas F. Beck

Jayanth K. Krishnan

R. Neil Irwin, ’71

Adria R. Villar, ’08

Smoak & Stewart, P.C.

Martha M. Wentworth, ’90

Joseph T. Ives, ’58

for VITA

Heather L. Wilson, ’97

*Deceased

Student Support Fund Hannah L. Buxbaum

L. Alan Whaley, ’81

Patrick L. Baude

Laura E. Krishnan

David G. White, ’95

Scholarship

Leandra Lederman

Rapheal M. Prevot, Jr.,

Schnellenberger

V. Sue Shields Endowed

Donna K. Wilber

Anonymous

Paul E. Leopold

Memorial Scholarship

Scholarship

Scholarship

Jody Madeira

Carol D. Boddy, ’95

Thomas F. Schnellenberger,

Hon. Basil H. Lorch III, ’74

Roberta M. Gumbel

Vivian C. Lorch

Kirk A. Wilkinson, ’84

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Stephen E. Reynolds, ’08

Simmons-

Jr., ’79

Steven L. Willborn

Public Interest

Matthew Madeira

Brian P. Williams, ’81

Law Fellowship

Johanna J. Maple, ’97

Julie P. Wilson, ’99

Anonymous

Catherine L. Matthews, ’06

Richardson/Tinder/

Laura A. Woford, ’93

Anthony A. Arnold, ’15

Julia McClellan-Leavitt, ’90

Logan Scholarship Public

Stephen Jeffirs Memorial

Nancy S. Woodworth, ’05

Alexander B. Avtgis, ’15

Ajay K. Mehrotra

& Community Service

Scholarship

Kristine L. Zeabart, ’04

Kathy E. Wyss

Kevin G. Baer, ’93

Christian J. Morrison, ’90

Scholarship

Michael J. Jeffirs

Angela M. Yoon, ’02

Sarah E. Bauer, ’16

Timothy M. Morrison, ’74

Abbott Fund

Hongsun Yoon, ’02

Jeannine Bell

Barbara Muceus

Fred J. Logan, Jr., ’77

Student Organizations

Scholarship

Jacqueline A. Simmons, ’79

Bryan A. Richards, ’89 Hon. V. Sue (Blodgett) Shields, ’61

V. William Hunt

Megan E. Binder, ’16

Eric E. Muceus

John F. “Jeff”

Fund

Nancy Hunt

Leroy & Eleanor Hofmann

Megan B. Boelstler, ’14

Matthew Murphy

Nicholas R. Blesch Clark, ’08

V. William Hunt, ’69

Scholarship

Maarten Bout

Donna M. Nagy

Leroy W. Hofmann, ’58

Brian J. Broughman

Amanda M. Newman, ’15

Robert & Sylvia Jefferies

Richardson, ’77

Jerry J. Burgdoerfer*, ’83 for Williams Moot Court

Val Nolan Endowed Chair Ellwood W. Lewis, ’54

Andrew T. Bunger

Paul Newman, ’03

Scholarship

Competition

M.A.L. Fund

Leah Bunger

Noodles & Company

Robert A. Jefferies, ’66

Christina L. Clark, ’08

Lilly Endowment, Inc.

Matthew P. Castelli, ’15

Aviva A. Orenstein

Sylvia M. Jefferies

John P. Fischer, ’97

Viola J. Taliaferro Family

Betty L. Lofton

Lori Chen, ’16

Austen Parrish

and Children Mediation

Thomas M. Lofton, ’54

Tara Clancey

Public Interest Law

Robert A. Lucas

Competition

Law Clinic

Daniel O. Conkle

Foundation

Endowed Chair

Thomas P. Gannon

Amy Applegate

Marilyn Wheeler

Deborah W. Conkle

Victor D. Quintanilla

Mark E. Holcomb, ’87

Daniel A. Huntley, ’12

John S. Applegate

Pendergast Scholarship

Martin H. Cozzola, ’15

Margaret E. Reuter

Jason L. Kennedy, ’96

Sarah A. Carter

Wabash Valley Community

Lesley E. Davis

Eric W. Robinson

Troy D. Liggett, ’09

Amy F. Cohen Klaesener, ’05

Foundation

Hannah M. Dill, ’16

Kamia U. Shenoy, ’16

for Williams Moot Court

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Katherine N. Townsend, ’88

for Student Trial


class statistics honor roll

law firm statistics honor roll

top classes by participation (overall)

top firms by dollars raised Participation

Total

1959

James Fitzpatrick

42%

Faegre Baker Daniels

Patrick S. Cross and Mark Wright

1964

Robert P. Kassing

36%

Barnes & Thornburg

Randal J. Kaltenmark and Timothy J. Riffle

32,100

1957

Donald P. Dorfman

35%

Bose McKinney & Evans

Bryan Babb, Robert P. Kassing and Lisa McKinney

12,730

1955

30%

Ice Miller

Philip C. Genetos and Paul R. Hogan

8,402

1965

30%

Stuart & Branigin

Thomas R. McCully

7,675

1956

29%

Bingham Greenebaum Doll

Rafael A. Sanchez

7,125

1978

James S. Kowalik and Ted A. Waggoner

28%

Jones Day

Gregory A. Castanias

7,075

1960

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

27%

Winston & Strawn

6,910

Frost Brown Todd

Randall R. Riggs

5,225

top classes by participation (by decade) Class Agent(s)

Participation

$50,710

top firms by participation Firm Solicitor(s)

Participation

1949

Frederick A. Beckman

12%

1959

James F. Fitzpatrick

42%

Bose McKinney & Evans

Bryan Babb, Robert P. Kassing and Lisa McKinney

100%

1964

Robert P. Kassing

36%

Cohen Garelick & Glazier

Robert A. Garelick

100%

1978

James S. Kowalik and Ted A. Waggoner

28%

DeLaney & DeLaney

Kathleen A. DeLaney

100%

1982 and 1983

John W. Van Laere, ’82; Jerry J. Burgdoerfer* and Kenneth L. Turchi, ’83

24%

Hackman Hulett & Cracraft

Marvin L. Hackman

100%

1995

Matthew T. Furton and Ian G.John

17%

Hoover Hull

Andy Hull

100%

2001 and 2008

Robert D. Lattas and Shiv O’Neill, ’01; Maria E. Bennett and Jennifer M. Hesch, ’08

13%

Jones Day

Gregory A. Castanias

100%

2012

12%

Stuart & Branigin

Thomas R. McCully

100%

Segal McCambridge Singer & Mahoney

Jason Kennedy

100%

Yoder Ainlay Ulmer & Buckingham

George E. Buckingham

100%

top classes by dollars raised (by decade)

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Firm Solicitor(s)

Class Agent(s)

Total

1947-1948

William F. McNagny

$800

1957

Donald P. Dorfman

16,975

1966

Thomas R. McCully

34,017

1978

James S. Kowalik and Ted A. Waggoner

46,287

1983

Jerry J. Burgdoerfer* and Kenneth L. Turchi

56,479

1995

Matthew T. Furton and Ian G.John

18,075

2000

Angela Karras Neboyskey and David A. Neboyskey

5,913

2012

3,230

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Class Agent(s)


the kimberling society In November 2009, the Law School honored Jack Kimberling, JD’50, for his generosity and vision by creating

William C. Hermann

Fred J. Logan, Jr.

Kirk A. Pinkerton

David and Susie Tittle

the Kimberling Society: a special group of donors who have made arrangements to support the Law School in their

Sarah Jane Hughes

Robert and Susan Long

Bruce and Linda Polizotto

Kenneth L. Turchi

estate planning.

V. William and Nancy Hunt

Arthur M. and Doris I. Lotz

Jack* and Jeanette Rearick

Leslie E. Vidra

R. Neil and Michele Irwin

Hon. Susan L. Macey

Dean W. and Christine L.

Ted A. and Nancy K.

Membership in the Kimberling Society is open to all who make or have made a planned or deferred gift commitment

Mark D. Janis

Larry A. Mackey

Regenovich

Waggoner

to the Law School. This is accomplished by naming the IU Maurer School of Law as a beneficiary through a bequest

The Family of Honorable

Hon. Elizabeth F. Mann

Richard and Judith Rhodes

W. William and Mary V. L.

in a will, charitable remainder unitrust or annuity trust, pooled income fund, charitable gift annuity, life insurance,

Michael S. “Mickey” and

John F. “Jeff” Richardson

Weeks

Robert L.* and Florence L.

Timothy J. Riffle and

Zeff A.* and Zoe L. Weiss

R. Bruce McLean

Sharon A. Wildey

Gregory J. and Mary Ann

Thomas R. McCully

Randall R. and Ann M. Riggs

Brian P. and Barbara J.

Jordan

Renee and Jim McDermott

William and Gloria Riggs

Williams

Harvey M. Kagan

Thomas M. and Susan

Lauren K. Robel

Gordon D. Wishard

Arthur P.* and Sue A.

McGlasson

Joel Rosenbloom*

Kenneth and Louise Yahne

Kalleres

Robert H. McKinney

Hugh and Debra Sanders

C. Daniel Yates

Robert P. and Troy Kassing

Clayton C. Miller

Glenn and Donna Scolnik

Louis “Buddy” Yosha

the IU Foundation’s planned giving society, the Arbutus Society.

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

Redding Jessup

Janie Maurer

Sarah M. McConnell

Anonymous (5)

Mary B. (Kleiser) Brody

Kenneth G. Dau-Schmidt

Eugene D.* and Jane M.

Barton and Judy Kaufman

Jeanne S. Miller

Randolph and Mary Seger

James P. Zeller

John J. Adams

William J. Brody

Fletchall

James L.* and Jane C.

Jerry and Anne Moss

James and Rebecca

Hon. Patrick Zika

Terrill D.* and

Charles E. and Jean Bruess

Richard and Mary Davis

Dorothy J. Frapwell

Kealing

P. Michael Mitchell

Shanahan

and Elizabeth R. Birch

Thomas E. Burchfield

Alecia A. DeCoudreaux

Elizabeth A. Frederick

James and Diana Kemper

Byron and Margaret Myers

Brian J. Shapiro

Alfred Aman, Jr. and

Andrew B. and Susan N.

Ann and Edward DeLaney

Hon. Ezra H. Friedlander

John F. (Jack) Kimberling*

Hon. Edward W. Najam, Jr.

Julian L. Shepard

Francina A. Dlouhy

Leonard D. Fromm* and

Robert and E. Carol Kixmiller

David and Angela Karras

Gene R. Shreve

John Kyle and Marcia

Neboyskey

Robert and Gayle Shula

Rory and Pamela O’Bryan

Michael D. Shumate

Judith A. Albright* Carol Greenhouse

Buroker

John S. and Amy G.

Hon. James and Angela Carr

Clarence and Judith

Applegate

Willard and Margaret Carr

Doninger

Robert and Susan Garelick

Lowell E. Baier

Gregory A. and Jane E.

Donald P. Dorfman

Philip and Dorothea Genetos

Mary N. Larimore

Peter L. and Sandra S.

George P. Smith, II

J. Adam Bain

Castanias

Robert P. and Darlene Duvin

Frank and Donna R. Gilkison

Robert D. and Angelica

Obremskey

Carolyn and Arthur Spengler

M. Scott and Diane L.

Fred H. and Beth Cate

DG Elmore, Jr.

Harry and Lucy Gonso

Lattas

Joseph D. O’Connor

Richard and Carol Stahl

Donna Wilber-Fromm

Dunne-Kyle

Charles and Karen Cohen

Mrs. Gordon S. Eslick

David E. Greene and

Edward L.* and Cathleen Lay

Stephen and Deborah Paul

Milton and Judith Stewart

Frederick A. Beckman

Catherine A. Conway

Douglas S. Abney and

Douglas and Minda Lehman

James J. Pellerite

Hon. Frank Sullivan, Jr.

Samuel R. “Chic” Born II

Greta E. (Gerberding) Cowart

Kathleen Harrold

Millard D. Lesch

James and Helen Petersen

Marvin S. and Harriet L. Crell

Scott N. and Linda A.

Elwood “Bud” and Carol L.

Mike and Miki Lewinski

Jeffrey Petrich and Leslie

Milton O. Thompson

Richard J. Darko

Flanders

Hillis

Larry and Sherry Linhart

Mead

Hon. John D. Tinder

Bassett

and Brenda Born

F. Wesley Bowers

Sherry A. Fabina-Abney

Barbara J. Bealer

and Cheryl Sullivan

*Deceased

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retirement plan or other life-income arrangements. Members in the Kimberling Society are automatically included in

Paul G. Jasper*


James M. Davis, ’07

Amanda R. Elizondo, ’11

Michael H. Freese, ’83

Margaret “Megan” M. Christensen, ’07

Jay L. Davis, ’70

Cynthia K. Ellis, ’01

E. Paige Freitag, ’97

Abigail A. Clapp, ’99

Joshua M. Davis, ’03

Elizabeth Ellis

Eric A. Frey, ’67

Briana Clark

Peter H. Day, ’10

D. G. Elmore Jr., ’84

Kevin Friedl

In 2014, nearly 1,400 alumni and friends — a record — volunteered their time in support of the

Charles R. Clark, ’62

Carla De La Barra Helstrom, ’08

Jennifer A. Elston, ’04

Thomas M. Frohman, ’83

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

Christina A. Clark, ’11

Carina M. de la Torre, ’04

Tyler B. Engar, ’06

David J. Froiland, ’97

Christina L. Clark, ’08

Erica L. De Santis, ’96

Michael D. Engber, ’67

Andrew B. Fromm, ’08

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John A. England, ’88

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Rose E. Gallagher, ’99

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Donald D. DeGrasse, ’79

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Troy D. Farmer, ’97

Robert A. Garelick, ’66

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Steven R. Fawcett, ’06

Samuel E. Gasowski, ’01

Shannon M. Cohen, ’02

Joseph R. Delehanty, ’13

Randall Fearnow

Michael A. Gaston-Bell, ’13

Daniel Cole

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Janeen L. Feinberg, ’12

Jennifer E. Gauger, ’02

James A. Coles

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Joseph D. Gaunt, ’01

Amber C. Collins, ’09

Jason B. Dennis, ’08

Hon. Thomas J. Felts, ’79

Philip C. Genetos, ’77

Joseph A. Colussi, ’81

Anne (Nading) DePrez, ’81

David L. Ferguson, ’81

Gerald F. George, ’69

Clyde D. Compton, ’65

Marshall C. Derks, ’93

John T. Ferguson Jr., ’93

Jacob A. German, ’14

Daniel O. Conkle

Chris M. Devlin, ’10

Valerie R. Ferreira, ’10

Matthew A. Gernand, ’03

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Kate DeWeese

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Michael R. Geske, ’89

Kerry C. Connor, ’88

Daniel K. DeWitt, ’94

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John L. Giacomantonio, ’14

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Robert P. DeWitte, ’07

David Fidler

Bonnie K. Gibson, ’78

Timothy M. Conway, ’85

Sarah M. Di Lorenzo, ’94

Kathleen E. Field, ’09

Brett B. Gibson, ’97

Eric C. Cook, ’12

William S. Dickenson, ’90

Lucas M. Fields, ’12

Raegan Gibson

Jessie Cook, ’79

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Christina M. Finn, ’06

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Amy Cooper

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Corinne R. Finnerty, ’81

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Stephen W. Beard, Jr., ’98

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Robert H. Beatson, ’13

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Gary J. Anderson, M.D.

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Adam J. Berlin, ’99

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Ann E. O’Connor, ’11

Mark J. Phillipoff, ’80

Oliver H. Harris III, ’69

James D. Humphrey, ’83

Lynn Kerr McKay, ’91

Marcellus Lebbin

Ashley N. Martin, ’12

Megan K. Milne, ’94

Joseph D. O’Connor, ’78

Suzanne J. Phillips, ’98

Wayne A. Harris, ’90

V. William Hunt, ’69

Zachary S. Kester, ’09

Gara U. Lee, ’00

Laurie Martin

Katherine A. Miltner, ’05

Robert S. O’Dell, ’87

Jeanne M. Picht, ’94

Herbert D. Hart III, ’77

Daniel A. Huntley, ’12

Nicholas K. Kile, ’90

Kathleen L. Lee, ’09

Erin Martoglio

Katelyn M. Miner, ’12

Marc E. Odier, ’86

Christopher A. Pierce, ’12

Nathan W. Harter IV, ’13

David E. Hutchinson, ’09

Christopher W. Kimbrough, ’12

Stephen W. Lee, ’77

Joseph H. Marxer, ’87

Joshua J. Minkler, ’88

Laura C S O’Donnell, ’96

Rachael L. Pileggi, ’09

Kathleen Hartley

A. David Hutson, ’09

Ryan J. Kinch, ’09

Alex B. Leeman, ’09

Derrick A. Mason, ’05

Dana L. Miroballi, ’95

Warner Off

Richard C. Pilger, ’90

Blake R. Hartz, ’12

Jeffrey B. Hyman, ’03

Courtney King

Damon R. Leichty, ’99

Katy A. Mathews, ’09

NaShara C. Mitchell, ’10

Megan E. Okun, ’13

Noah B. Pinegar, ’10

Holly M. Harvey, ’97

Clara A.Ignich, ’09

Cynthia A. King, ’91

Andrew D. LeMar, ’03

Michael C. Mattingly, ’13

Jason T. Mizzell, ’11

Amy H. Oliver, ’92

Kirk A. Pinkerton, ’75

Lakshmi D. Hasanadka, ’03

Kathryn A. Imburgia, ’13

Matthew R. King, ’03

Timothy Lemper

Michael Mattioli

Robyn Moberly

Kevin M. O’Neill, ’11

Kristin M. Pinkston, ’08

Douglas A. Hass, ’08

Michala P. Irons, ’09

Robert D. King, Jr., ’98

Tonya L. Lengar, ’03

Brad R. Maurer, ’99

Kathleen A. Moccio, ’87

Shiv O’Neill, ’01

M. Ryan Pinkston, ’08

Renee Hatcher

Alan J. Irvin, ’92

Benedict J. Kirchner, ’06

Millard D. Lesch, ’67

Michael S. Maurer, ’67

Vincent J. Moccio, ’87

Erica L. Oppenheimer, ’12

Jessica L. Pixler, ’13

Nina R. Hatfield, ’73

Shontrai D. Irving, ’03

Daniel M. Kirwan, ’74

Nicholas W. Levi, ’03

Erin E. McAdams, ’11

Yoni D. Moise, ’11

Aviva Orenstein

Hon. S. Jay Plager

Jeff Hawkins

R. Neil Irwin, ’71

Joseph Klausing

Alan A. Levin, ’82

Peter C. McCabe III, ’85

Katie K. Molter, ’07

Julia Orzeske

R. Scott Plain, ’64

Tyler J. Hawkins, ’12

Phil L. Isenbarger, ’84

James A. Klimek, ’92

David S. Levin, ’75

Michael J. McCaffrey, ’82

Mariangela Monteiro

Folasade S. Oshinubi, ’12

Casey J. Plant, ’10

Rodney G. Haworth, ’62

Kathrine D. Jack, ’06

Susan Kline

Anna Levitt, ’12

Tobin McClamroch

Martin Montes, ’95

Brandy A. Osimokun, ’03

Alexander J. Platte, ’11

Augustavia (Johnson) Haydel, ’85

Karoline E. Jackson, ’98

Donald E. Knebel

Jonathan M. Levy, ’13

Alison L. McCormick, ’11

Burke J. Montgomery, ’99

Andrew D. Otis, ’90

Joseph M. Pletcher, ’08

Mark T. Hayden, ’86

Katherine F. Jackson-Lindsey, ’08

K. Thomas Ko, ’98

Branch R. Lew, ’82

William L. McCoskey, ’02

David A. Moore, ’04

Andrea M. Ott, ’07

Jose R. Pocasangre, ’10

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Adam J. Richter, ’05

Jennifer L. Schuster, ’08

Jason E. Smith, ’00

Barry Taylor

Jeremy S. Votaw, ’13

Gordon T. Wilson, ’13

Adrian C. Polit

Julia Rickert

David H. Schwartz, ’95

Joseph L. Smith, Jr., ’95

Christian C. Taylor, ’94

Ted A. Waggoner, ’78

Heather L. Wilson, ’97

Clarence T. Pollard II, ’90

Clarine Nardi Riddle, ’74

Katherine Schwartz, ’10

Maggie C.B. Smith, ’07

Gregory G. Taylor, ’96

Philip A. Wagler, ’10

Julie P. Wilson, ’99

Dino Pollock

Eric A. Riegner

Glenn Scolnik, ’78

Steven P. Smith, ’00

Suzanne M. Taylor, ’01

Margie Wakelin

Thomas G. Witkop, ’85

Andre L. Poplar, ’92

Jeffrey K. Riffer, ’78

Laura A. Scott, ’95

Travis R. Smith, ’08

Meghan E. Tepas, ’09

Laura M. Walda, ’08

Alan C. Witte, ’70

Cindy L. Porter, ’85

Timothy J. Riffle, ’83

Michael D. Scott, ’88

John D. Snethen, ’01

Peter TerMaat

Kyle J. Waldie, ’08

Mark S. Wojciechowski, ’81

Jaime M. Porter, ’07

Randall R. Riggs, ’77

Robert L. Scott, ’73

David M. Snyder, ’85

Thomas R. TerMaat, ’94

Carolyn Waldron

Benjamin A. Wolowski, ’10

Michael J. Potraffke, ’12

William R. Riggs, ’63

Zaldwaynaka L. Scott, ’83

Maggie Snyder

Kevin Tessier, ’96

Denise A. Walker, ’06

James R. Wood, ’08

Gregory W. Pottorff, ’11

Kaitlin A. Riley, ’14

Ashley A. Seales, ’09

Tammy Somers

Kellye Y. Testy, ’91

Diane J. Walker, ’91

Robert L. Wood, ’74

Lisa A. Powell, ’84

Sarah S. Riordan, ’93

Frank Seales, Jr., ’74

Laura K. Song, ’14

Beth A. Tevlin, ’85

Elizabeth Walker

Hon. Diane P. Wood

Jill T. Powlick, ’95

Michael E. Riskin, ’09

John E. Seddelmeyer, ’74

Hugo C. Songer, ’60

Laura A. Thomas, ’00

Edna Wallace

Michelle Woodward

R. Anthony Prather, ’83

Lauren K. Robel, ’83

John M. Segal, ’71

Lesli M.H. Sorensen, ’06

Milton O. Thompson, ’79

Rebecca Wallenfelsz

Nancy S. Woodworth, ’05

Jennifer L. Pratt, ’87

David Roberts

Erica L. Seger, ’03

Justin O. Sorrell, ’12

TaKeena M. Thompson, ’09

Colleen Walter

Jamhal L. Woolridge, ’04

Elissa J. Preheim, ’96

Cameron E. Robinson, ’12

Randolph L. Seger, ’72

Lauren C. Sorrell, ’12

Wm. Charles Thomson III, ’75

John A. Walter III, ’77

Katie E. Worsham Brinkmeyer, ’07

D. Cameron Prell, ’00

Daniel Robinson

Martin Seifert

Jessica G. Sosa, ’11

Robert B. Thornburg, ’96

Judith A. Waltz, ’81

Brantley H. Wright, ’92

Dom Price

James B. Robinson, ’99

Leah L. Seigel, ’14

Julie A. Spain, ’14

Sarah C. Thrasher, ’12

Fiona C. Wan, ’12

Mark E. Wright, ’89

Drew Price

Laurie N. Robinson, ’98

Myra Selby

James A. Spangler, Jr., ’14

Clay Tillack

Xianghong Wang, ’05

Paul B. Wright, ’94

Harry I. Price, ’77

Richard D. Robinson, ’71

Andrea Sellers

Myra (Podvoll) Spicker, ’73

Elizabeth Timme

Zhuhao Wang, ’11

Terry Wright

Matthew M. Price, ’93

Kevin R. Robling, ’98

April E. Sellers, ’98

Kim Spindler

David O. Tittle, ’67

Jonathan B. Warner, ’06

Samantha J. Wuletich, ’14

Leslie B. Prill, ’11

Kim A. Rogers, ’64

Hon. Bruce M. Selya

Torrey D. Spink, ’12

Scott B. Tittle, ’01

Andrea S. Warren, ’10

Robert S. Wynne, ’85

Noah M. Priluck, ’11

Hon. Jose M. Rodriguez, Jr., ’80

Todd M. Sermersheim, ’04

Aaron J. Spolarich, ’11

Courtney R. Tobin, ’92

Rochelle A. Warren Gordon, ’10

Elizabeth J. Wysong Berg, ’05

Joyana Progar, ’13

Michael A. Rogers, ’08

Steven J. Sersic, ’94

James T. Spolyar, ’06

Bridget R. Todd, ’12

Mark A. Warsco, ’80

Juliana Yanez, ’14

Andrew A. Proia, ’13

JP Roman-Lagunas

Joe Sgroi

Emily A. Springston, ’01

Eric A. Todd, ’93

Alison R. Waske Sutter, ’06

Jonathan F. Yates, ’01

Katherine A. Province, ’13

Hon. Flerida P. Romero, ’55

Sue A. Shadley, ’77

Joseph Todd Spurgeon, ’99

Nicholas Tokar

Daniel J. Wasserberg, ’03

Tyler R. Yeager, ’08

Doris L. Pryor, ’03

Sally Ronald, ’13

Elizabeth K. Shaffer, ’85

Kathleen (O’Connor) St. Louis, ’84

Jason M. Torres, ’02

Lisa Watson

Brian Yeley, ’99

Johnny D. Pryor, ’02

Anthony Rose, ’90

Peter J. Shakula II, ’89

Matthew R. St. Louis, ’04

Gregory C. Touney, ’11

Whitney Watt

Ann I. Yi, ’99

Rubin Pusha, ’12

Gavin M. Rose, ’06

Abrahim J. Shanehsaz, ’14

Theodore C. Stamatakos, ’90

Daniel J. Tounsel, ’06

Erin Webley

Holly L. Yoakum, ’06

Hon. Rudolph R. Pyle III, ’00

Joel Rosenbloom, ’54

Brian J. Shapiro, ’84

Richard Stanley

Michael J. Trescone, ’12

Alonzo Weems, ’95

Andrew J. Yoder, ’04

Thomas A. Pyrz, ’80

Laura S. Rossi, ’12

Ozair M. Shariff, ’12

Janet C. Stavropoulos, ’94

Mario Treto, Jr., ’12

W. William Weeks, ’79

Pete R. Yonkman, ’98

Tracey Quick Smith, ’86

Kathleen J. Rowe, ’14

Steven R. Sharpe, ’05

Todd J. Stearn, ’94

Christopher L. Tucker, ’11

Elizabeth Weihoefer

Hongsun Yoon, ’02

Marc T. Quigley, ’98

Lucas M. Rudisill, ’08

Jennifer L. Shea, ’03

Sydney L. Steele, ’64

Ronald F. Tucker, ’83

Brian R. Weir-Harden

Ahmed Young

Amanda N. Raad, ’05

William E. Ruiz, ’12

Chung-Lun Shen, ’06

David A. Steiger, ’90

Malcolm J. Tuesley, ’99

Michael D. Wiese, ’13

Mike Young

Peter M. Racher, ’86

Jennifer A. Rulon, ’14

Ryan P. Shephard, ’14

David R. Steiner, ’89

Kenneth L. Turchi, ’83

Zeff A. Weiss*, ’83

Nicole M. Young, ’06

Marguerite C. Racher Snyder, ’09

Jay D. Rumbach, ’14

Stephen M. Sherman, ’72

Andrea P. Steinhoff, ’05

Wayne Turner

Zoe U. Weiss, ’83

Hon. Richard L. Young

Barath Raman

Hon. Loretta H. Rush, ’83

Thomas L. Shriner Jr., ’72

Roger T. Stelle, ’70

Jonathan B. Turpin, ’14

Charlene Weissman

Richard W. Young, ’81

David A. Rammelt, ’90

Vanessa Russell

Elizabeth Shuman-Moore, ’82

Abbey R. Stemler, ’11

Mary E. Tuuk, ’90

Brent Welke, ’72

Lorinda Youngcourt

William A. Ramsey, ’06

Mark A. Ryan, ’88

Michael D. Shumate

Amanda L. Stephens, ’14

John P. Twohy, ’96

Mark W. Weller, ’83

Sarah Yusuf Raybin, ’11

Chad E. Ranney, ’12

Catherine Sabatine

Darin A. Siders, ’01

Simone L. Sterling, ’01

Jennifer Upton

Judith V. Welling, ’06

Gerald B. Zelenock, ’98

Kevin J. Rapp, ’05

Munjot Sahu, ’09

Catherine D. Siebecker, ’11

Judi Stewart

Michael E. Uslan, ’76

Robert W. Welsh, ’83

James P. Zeller, ’76

Angela L. Rapp Weber,’06

Marisol Sanchez, ’02

Philip H. Siegel, ’60

Milton R. Stewart, ’71

Paul E. Vaglica, ’12

Nathan B. Wenk, ’12

Patrick A. Ziepolt, ’10

Patrick W. Rasche, ’93

Rafael A. Sanchez, ’02

Lee T. Silver, ’84

Kase Stiefvater

Jose G. Valtierra, ’82

Destiny L. Wenning, ’08

Hon. Patrick J. Zika, ’73

Daniel C. Rattray, ’89

Elizabeth R. Sanders, ’09

Matthew Silverman, ’03

Megan H. Stifel, ’04

Inge M. Van der Cruysse, ’04

John M. Westercamp, ’14

Michael D. Ray, ’04

Steve Sanders

Eric S. Silvestri, ’13

Tandra M. Stovall, ’06

John W. Van Laere, ’82

Allison E. Weyand, ’12

Angie Raymond

Christopher Saporita, ’03

Scott Simmonds

Jana Strain

Jessica L. Van Dalen, ’10

Alexander S. Whang, ‘12

Jessica E. Reagan, ’07

Yasuhiro Sato, ’13

Jacqueline A. Simmons, ’79

Holly Streeter-Scheafer

Christine A. Van Dross, ’80

Dana White

Kara L. Reagan, ’05

Caitlin F. Satterly, ’10

Leeann Simpkins

Gregg E. Strellis, ’98

James L. Vana, ’93

David D. White, ’09

Michael N. Red, ’04

Matthias L. Sayer, ’09

Alexander Simpson, ’11

Terrance Stroud, ’03

Ann C. Varnon, ’86

Sean White

James L. Reed , Jr., ’92

Nicholas P. Scavone, Jr., ’92

Drew T. Simshaw, ’12

Daniel B. Strunk, ’04

Hon. Salvador Vasquez, ’91

James L. Whitlatch, ’84

Jason R. Reese, ’97

David N. Schaffer, ’84

Earl Singleton, ’86

David W. Sullivan, ’73

Julie A. Veach, ’97

J.A. Whitmer

Wm. Marc Reese, ’96

Devin K. Schaffer, ’08

Ketaki Sircar, ’96

Hon. Frank E. Sullivan, Jr., ’82

Margaret S. Vegeler, ’74

Lora M. Whitticker, ’02

Morgan E. Rehrig, ’08

Dennis S. Schell, ’01

George Sistevaris, ’87

Kevin Sullivan

Robert O. Vegeler, ’75

Camille Wiggins

Deanna Reichel

William J. Schenck, ’94

Amy L. Skelton, ’13

Michael H. Sullivan, ’91

Hon. Albert J. Velasquez, ’73

Terrill Wilkins

Rachel Remke

Thomas C. Scherer, ’77

Carol N. Skinner, ’84

Winnifred F. Sullivan

Gina M. Venturelli, ’11

B. Curtis Wilkinson, Jr., ’72

John O. Renken, ’90

April R. Schilling, ’98

Cory Skolnick

Ann Sutton

Brian A. Verbus, ’13

Brian P. Williams, ’81

Kellen G. Ressmeyer, ’07

John T. Schlafer, ’09

Allan T. Slagel, ’88

Dennis D. Sutton, ’74

Jennifer Viegas

Brian S. Williams, ’89

Eric A. Rey, ’10

Jon Schmaltz

Michael A. Slaney, ’92

Apryle A. Swain, ’99

Rachel A. Vilensky, ’09

Gerry L. Williams, ’95

Stephen E. Reynolds, ’08

Amanda J. Schneider, ’06

Geoffrey G. Slaughter, ’89

William D. Swift, ’64

Brian A. Villa, ’10

James R. Williams, ’91

Richard S. Rhodes, ’53

Ashley K. Schneider, ’11

Allison Smith

Ali Sylvia

Hon. Jesse M. Villalpando, ’84

Maryann (O’Leary) Williams, ’88

Marjorie K. Rice, ’96

Jason S. Schnellenberger, ’07

Anthony A. Smith, ’12

Andrew A. Szakaly, Jr., ’75

Joseph M. Villanueva, ’00

Maurice L. Williams, ’06

Jeffrey I. Richards, ’81

Thomas F. Schnellenberger Jr., ’79

Craig P. Smith, ’08

Valerie M. Tachtiris, ’03

Adria Villar, ’08

Noah T. Williams, ’11

John F. “Jeff” Richardson, ’77

Natalie Schrader

Don Smith

Hon. Viola J. Taliaferro, ’77

Peter D.P. Vint, ’74

Onika K. Williams, ’10

Joshua K. Richardson, ’07

Megan E. Schroeder, ’10

Eric P. Smith, ’10

Andrew J. Tan, ’11

Donald J. Vogel, ’85

Shannon Williams

Kimberly Richardson, ’06

Jacob B. Schtevie, ’07

Ernest W. Smith, ’65

J. Alexander Tanford

Eric P. Voigt, ’03

Jeremiah I. Williamson, ’10

James G. Richmond, ’69

Matthew T. Schulz, ’10

George P. Smith, II, ’64

Adam Tavitas, ’94

Amy L. VonDielingen, ’05

Matthew Wilshire

*Deceased

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John L. Pogue, ’69


before 1960 Hon. Lee H. Hamilton recognized with Congressional DSA Hon. Lee H. Hamilton, JD’56, director of the Indiana University Center on Congress, received

the 2014 Distinguished Service Award of the U.S. Association of Former Members of Congress at the group’s 44th annual meeting in Washington, D.C. Hamilton represented Indiana as a Democrat in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1965 to 1999, establishing himself as a leading figure on foreign policy, intelligence and national security. His chairmanships included the Committee on Foreign Affairs, the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence and the Select Committee to Investigate Covert Arms Transactions with Iran. In addition, he serves Indiana University as a Professor of Practice in the School of Public and Environmental Affairs, a Distinguished Scholar in the School of Global and International Studies and co-chairman of IU’s International Engagement Advisory Board. Hamilton writes twice-monthly commentaries about Congress and what individuals can do to make representative democracy work better. A leader in the growing national movement to expand and improve civic education, he serves as a co-chairman of the Campaign for the Civic Mission of Schools.

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1960s Frost Brown Todd LLC member Lloyd H. Milliken, Jr., JD’60, received the inaugural Richard T. Boyette Award for Outstanding Service at the 10th anniversary celebration of the National Foundation for Judicial Excellence in Chicago. Ball Eggleston, PC senior partner Joseph T. Bumbleburg, JD’61, was appointed to his 16th term as Judge Advocate of the Department of Indiana American Legion.

Howard & Howard Attorneys PLLC has announced that Henry P. Lee, JD’65, was selected by

his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2015. Lee focuses his practice in the areas of trusts and estates. Bose McKinney & Evans attorney Daniel B. Seitz, JD’68, has been selected for inclusion in the

publication The Best Lawyers in America 2015 in the area of insurance law. Seitz is of counsel in Bose McKinney & Evans’ Indianapolis office and is a member of the firm’s insurance, health care and business services groups.

George B. Davis, Jr., Distinguished Jurist Award from the Hancock County Bar Association at its 2014 spring dinner. Payne served as a judge for 42 years and is currently employed by the Indiana Supreme Court’s division of state court administration as a staff attorney in the trial court management section.

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Former Hancock County (Ind.) Superior Court Judge Richard T. Payne, JD’69, received the


Kenneth M. Wilk, JD’73, has joined the law firm of Rubino, Ruman, Crosmer and Polen in Dyer, Partners in Philanthropy honors Bill and Nancy Hunt

Ind., where he specializes in litigation and estate planning. Wilk serves on the boards of Catholic

Indiana University and the IU Foundation honored several alumni as Partners in Philanthropy in

member of Friends of Hospice and Knights of Columbus.

October. The recipients were recognized for the integral role they have played in furthering the

Charities of the Diocese of Gary, Ind., and the Humane Society of the Calumet area, and is a

university’s philanthropic goals as volunteers and supporters. V. William “Bill” Hunt, JD’69, their longstanding dedication to IU.

Indiana family law attorney Andrew C. Mallor, JD’74, a founding partner of Mallor Grodner,

Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP has announced that James A. Strain, JD’69, is “Top Ranked” in the

has been elected into membership in the American College of Family Trial Lawyers (ACFTL).

one of nine people named as “Top Ranked” or “Band 1” lawyers in the area of corporate/M&A

country. He was chosen by his peers based upon his litigation skills and courtroom abilities.

recently released 2014 edition of Chambers USA. Consistent with the past 11 years, Strain was

law in the state of Indiana. Chambers ranks both lawyers and law firms based on the research of more than 150 full-time editors and researchers. Strain was also selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2015.

1970s Indiana Court of Appeals Judge John G. Baker, JD’71, was recognized at the Indiana State

Bar Association Solo and Small Firm Conference with an award for 25 years of exemplary service as an appellate judge. The Bloomington Economic Development Corp. has announced that it has hired Lynn H. Coyne, JD’72, as its new president. Coyne is a veteran attorney who managed Indiana University’s

real estate holdings and served as associate counsel for the university. He has wide experience in Bloomington’s economic development and planning and has served as chairman of the corporation’s board of directors. He had served in an interim capacity since February. Thomas M. Gallmeyer, JD’72, has joined Burt Blee Dixon Sutton & Bloom LLP in Fort Wayne. His area of concentration is real estate.

Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business has ranked Thomas L. Shriner, Jr.,

JD’72, as a leading lawyer in his field in 2014. Shriner specializes in litigation of general commercial law. He is a partner at Foley Lardner LLP’s Milwaukee office. Richard A. Dean, JD’73, has been selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in

America 2015. Dean is a partner in Tucker Ellis’ Cleveland office and focuses his practice on food, beverage and cosmetic, antitrust and competition law, business litigation, mass tort and product liability, and medical and pharmaceutical liability. Ronald S. Reinstein, JD’73, a retired judge of the Maricopa County Superior Court and a 64 > ergo > 2013-2014 dean’s report

Mallor elected into elite Family Trial Lawyer organization

consultant to the Arizona Supreme Court, has been appointed by the National Institute of

Standards and Technology (NIST) as one of 35 new members to the Organization for Scientific Area Committees (OSAC). OSAC is an initiative by NIST and the U.S. Department of Justice to strengthen forensic science in the United States. The new members were selected from among 1,300 candidates with legal or scientific backgrounds. Reinstein will serve on the Legal Resource Committee of OSAC.

The ACFTL is a select national group of 100 of the best family law trial lawyers from across the Mallor is the first — and only — Indiana lawyer admitted to the organization. He leads the firm’s private client division. Michael R. Conner, JD’75, has been selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2015. Conner is a partner in Barnes & Thornburg’s Indianapolis office and focuses

his practice on commercial litigation, personal injury litigation — defendants, and product liability litigation — defendants. Kim F. Ebert, JD’76, was recently named to Human Resource Executive’s 2014 list of the

Nation’s Most Powerful Employment Attorneys. This is the second consecutive year Ebert

has been selected for inclusion on this list. He is the managing shareholder at Ogletree Deakins in Indianapolis. The Indiana Bar Foundation has elected Donald R. Lundberg, JD’76, a partner at Barnes &

Thornburg LLP and former Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission chief, as president of the board for a one-year term, effective July 1, 2014. Lundberg is a member of the litigation department and deputy general counsel at Barnes & Thornburg. He leads the firm’s internal professional responsibility initiatives. William E. Adams, Jr., JD’78, has moved from his previous position as dean of Cal Western

Law School to become the deputy managing director of the ABA Section on Legal Education and Admission to the Bar. Michael E. Brown, JD’78, has been selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in

America 2015. He was also named Best Lawyers’ 2014–15 “Lawyer of the Year” in the Indianapolis legal malpractice law — defendants category. Brown is a partner at Kightlinger & Gray’s Indianapolis office, and his practice areas include commercial litigation, constitutional law, insurance law and regulation and professional liability litigation. Riley Bennett & Egloff LLP has re-elected partner John L. Egloff, JD’78, to their 2014 management committee.

Madalyn S. Kinsey, JD ’79, a partner at Kroger, Gardis & Regas in Indianapolis, has published her first novel, The Ghost of Cheeney Creek, a coming-of-age story set in 1960’s Indiana.

She was also recently selected by her peers for inclusion in The Best of Lawyers in America 2015 in banking and finance law.

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and his wife, Nancy Bergen Hunt, received the Herman B Wells Visionary Award in recognition of


1980s David J. Theising, JD’80, of Harrison & Moberly LLP has been elected to a three-year term

on the governing board of the American Bar Association Forum on the Construction Industry, the largest organization of construction lawyers in the world.

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Thomas C. Pence, JD’80, has been recognized as a leading lawyer in his field in the 2014 edition

Keith E. White, JD’83, has been selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in

America 2015. White is a partner in Barnes & Thornburg’s Indianapolis office and focuses his practice on employment law — management, and labor law — management. Bruce D. Donaldson, JD’84, has been selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2015. Donaldson is a partner in Barnes & Thornburg’s Indianapolis office and focuses his practice on public finance law.

of Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business. He is a partner and litigation

in all aspects of labor and employment law. Pence is a frequent speaker on labor and employment law topics and is former chairman of the Foley & Lardner labor and employment practice.

Herbalife announced the appointment of Pamela Jones Harbour, JD’84, to the newly created

Bose McKinney & Evans attorney Alan W. Becker, JD’81, has been selected for inclusion in the

to Mark Friedman, executive vice president and general counsel. Leading a global member

a partner in the firm’s business services and public offerings and securities regulation groups,

that ensure effective education, training and mentoring programs for the nearly four million

publication The Best Lawyers in America 2015 in the area of corporate governance law. He is assisting clients with many types of corporate and financial transactions, including forming

business entities and structuring their ownership arrangements, raising capital from third parties,

role of senior vice president and legal officer, global member compliance and privacy, reporting

compliance team across 91 markets, Harbour will develop and enhance policies and infrastructure independent Herbalife members worldwide, underpinned by robust and consistent monitoring and enforcement procedures. In addition to her compliance responsibilities, Harbour will also

and buying, selling and combining businesses.

coordinate the company’s global privacy and cyber security efforts.

Former U.S. Attorney in the Southern District of Indiana Joseph H. Hogsett, JD’81, has joined

In 2012, John P. Judge, JD’85, joined the environmental boutique Land Air Water Legal Solutions,

He concentrates his practice on internal investigations and corporate audits, as well as assisting

environmental litigation and providing regulatory and industrial development advice.

Bose McKinney & Evans LLP as a partner in the litigation practice group in the Indianapolis office. clients in labor and employment law matters. Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP has announced that Thomas A. Barnard, JD’82, was selected for

inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2015. Barnard focuses his practice on bet-the-company litigation, commercial litigation, environmental litigation and mediation.

LLC in Berwyn, Penn., where, according to Chambers and Best Lawyers, he continues to enjoy

Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP has announced that Richard O. Kissel II, JD’85, was selected

for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2015. Kissel focuses his practice on closely held companies and family businesses law. At its November 2013 annual meeting, the Defense Trial Counsel of Indiana announced that

James F. Bohrer, JD’82, has been elected as a board member of the Indiana Bar Foundation.

Scott M. Kyrouac, JD’85, an attorney with the Terre Haute, Ind., law firm Wilkinson, Goeller,

on estate planning and probate, real estate transactions and real estate development, zoning,

representative for Indiana.

Bohrer is a partner at Clendening Johnson & Bohrer, P.C. in Bloomington and focuses his practice business law, and tax protests and appeals.

Modesitt, Wilkinson & Drummy, would continue his duties as the organization’s DRI state

Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP has announced that Erick D. Ponader, JD’85, was selected for

Indiana Attorney General Gregory F. Zoeller, JD’82, has been appointed to the board of

inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2015. He was also recognized in the 2014 issue of

ending tobacco use in the United States.

on corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, and real estate law.

Jackson Walker has announced that Kurt D. Nondorf, JD’83, was selected for inclusion in the

Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP has announced that Mark T. Hayden, JD’86, was selected

He represents clients in a broad array of real estate matters, particularly acting for landlords

litigation and corporate law.

directors of the American Legacy Foundation, a national public health organization dedicated to

2014 edition of the prestigious Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business guide. in leasing transactions. Nondorf has also been selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best 66 > ergo > 2013-2014 dean’s report

Harbour to lead 91-market compliance team at Herbalife

Lawyers in America 2015 and as a Thomson Reuters Super Lawyer. He is a partner in Jackson

Chambers USA as a leader in the field of real estate law in Indiana. Ponader focuses his practice

for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2015. Hayden focuses his practice on commercial

At its November 2013 annual meeting, the Defense Trial Counsel of Indiana named Michele

Walker’s Houston office.

S. Bryant, JD’88, secretary of the organization. She is a partner in the Evansville, Ind., law

Richard J. Thrapp, JD’83, has been elected as a board member of the Indiana Bar Foundation.

of medical malpractice claims, representing both individual health care providers and hospitals.

joint ventures and financings, and on corporate governance matters.

litigation areas.

Thrapp is a partner at Ice Miller in Indianapolis and counsels clients on acquisitions, divestitures,

firm Kahn, Dees, Donovan & Kahn. Bryant has extensive experience in the defense and trial She also maintains an active practice in health care law and in other civil and business

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attorney in the Milwaukee office of the law firm Foley & Lardner, where he represents employers


Douglas C. Ballantine, JD’88, was named a “Local Star” in Kentucky by Benchmark Litigation

Hughlin R. Boyd, JD’92, a graduate student at UCLA, has received the Distinguished Teaching

2015 in the areas of environmental, general commercial, insurance, and intellectual property law. Joshua J. Minkler, JD’88, has been named Acting United States Attorney for the Southern District of Indiana.

Assistant Award. Boyd was also inducted as a Dean’s Scholar.

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Kent A. Brasseale II, JD’93, a partner in the Evansville, Ind., law firm Kahn, Dees, Donovan &

Kahn, been selected for inclusion in the 2015 issue of The Best Lawyers in America in the field of real estate law. He represents clients in real estate, environmental, mineral, intellectual property,

Jackson Lewis P.C. has announced Kevin D. Holden, JD’89, has assumed the role of Richmond,

construction and business matters.

management and defending against individual and class claims brought under the Fair Credit

Riley Bennett & Egloff LLP has named partner Anthony R. Jost, JD’93, to their 2014

Va., office managing shareholder. Holden has more than 25 years of experience representing Reporting Act, Title VII, and the Americans with Disabilities Act, and regularly litigates the

management committee.

enforceability of non-compete agreements, claims for unpaid wages and various other workplace torts. He is a frequent lecturer on a variety of workplace issues, is the current vice-chair for the

At its November 2013 annual meeting, the Defense Trial Counsel of Indiana announced that

executive committee for the Labor and Employment Section of the Virginia Bar Association and

Christopher D. Lee, JD’93, a partner in the Evansville, Ind., law firm Kahn, Dees, Donovan &

will be the chair of that committee starting January 1, 2016.

Kahn, would continue as a member of the organization’s board. A trial attorney who has

developed a practice litigating a broad range of tort liability matters, Lee has tried dozens of The Indiana Bar Foundation has elected Geoffrey G. Slaughter, JD’89, of Taft Stettinius &

jury trials to verdict.

also been selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2015. Slaughter focuses his

Patrick W. Rasche, JD’93, has been selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers

Hollister LLP, as president-elect of the board for a one-year term, effective July 1, 2014. He has

and administrative law.

1990s John D. Bessler, JD’91, is the author of a new book, The Birth of American Law: An Italian Philosopher and the American Revolution (Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, 2014).

The book tells the forgotten, untold story of the origins of Cesare Beccaria, a 26-year-old Italian

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thinker who published On Crimes and Punishments, a runaway bestseller that shaped the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Constitution and early American laws. John C. Erickson III, JD’91, has joined Hall Render Killian Heath & Lyman P.C.’s Indianapolis office as a shareholder.

Litigator and former judge Jeanne M. Hamilton, JD’91, has joined the law firm of

SmithAmundsen as a partner, continuing the expansion of the Indianapolis office. Hamilton defends corporate clients against all manner of claims. Her knowledge encompasses all aspects of litigation, as well as corporate filings, insurance needs, mergers and acquisitions, and regulatory compliance. After serving as a state superior court judge in Hancock County, she served as general counsel for Novelty, Inc., a toy manufacturing and distribution company where she supervised all aspects of litigation and insurance matters and was involved in the negotiation of contracts including licenses, sales representation agreements, customer marketing agreements, 68 > ergo > 2013-2014 dean’s report

and non-compete and confidentiality agreements. She also acted as a corporate representative to all regulatory agencies and a lobbyist. Steven M. Badger, JD’92, was recently selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2015. This is the fifth consecutive year Badger has been named in the listing. He is a resident of Zionsville, Ind., and practices in the areas of commercial litigation, media law, employment litigation and business law. He is the owner of Badger Law and works from offices in Carmel, Ind.

in America 2015. Rasche is a partner in Armstrong Teasdale’s St. Louis office and focuses his practice on patent law. Washington Lawyers for the Arts presented its 2014 Robert C. Cumbow Brio Award to James L. Vana, JD’93, a partner in the Seattle law firm Perkins Coie LLP. The Brio Award

celebrates individuals whose exceptional energy, vitality and dedication in the community bridges the law and the arts. Vana has volunteered with Washington Lawyers for the Arts since 2007, as an advisor in the Arts Legal Clinic, a trainer, and also served on the board of directors from 2011-2014. The many artists helped by Vana praise his ability to simplify their complex copyright and trademark issues. He is highly regarded among his peers in the trademark and copyright law communities, where he is named by World Trademark Review 1000 as one of the World’s Leading Trademark Professionals. His work in copyright law is recognized by The Best Lawyers in America, and Managing IP named him an IP star. The USA Network has named Jerald L. White, JD’93, a 2014 “Characters Unite” award winner.

The awards form part of a multi-platform public service campaign that addresses social injustices and bridges cultural divides. White has been a community advocate for more than 20 years, working as a grassroots organizer, environmental justice attorney, and policymaker with the Sierra Club Legal Defense fund, the City of New Orleans, the U.S. Senate and the White House Council on Environmental Quality. When White learned about a Louisiana justice of the peace refusing to issue a marriage license to an interracial couple, he launched the New Orleans Loving Festival, a multicultural community celebration and film festival that challenges racism through outreach and education. Under his leadership, the Loving Festival has become an important community anchor for blended families, and a unique platform for showcasing the efforts of artists and community advocates who are working for racial justice. Thomas R. TerMaat, JD’94, has been selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2015. TerMaat is a shareholder in Foster Swift Collins Smith’s Grand Rapids office

and focuses his practice on insurance defense, commercial litigation, real estate litigation, general litigation, no-fault litigation and transportation law.

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practice on antitrust, appellate, litigation, First Amendment and media law, school public finance


P. Stephen Fardy, JD’94, is an equity partner in the Chicago law firm Swanson, Martin & Bell.

Jennifer Burke Santoro, JD’97, has recently co-written an online publication piece titled

million for the plaintiff. Fardy is the chair of the firm’s intellectual property litigation and transactional

at Chicago-based litigation firm, Cassiday Schade LLP. She frequently counsels clients

services practice group and focuses his practice on intellectual property litigation and

on policies and practices designed to reduce costs while maximizing the benefits of new,

transactions, as well as on a variety of commercial litigation matters. Fardy represents a variety

more employer-friendly provisions in the Act. Clients include security, construction,

of entities ranging from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies. He lives in Chicago.

transportation, commercial distribution, paper goods, retail grocery, employee leasing, medical

He recently represented a company in an Illinois trade secret dispute that settled for over $60

Medicare Advantage Plans Win and Lose in Arizona. Burke Santoro is a partner

facility, food processing and meat packing industry employers, self-insureds, insurers and Alice M. Morical, JD’94, is now an equity partner with Hoover Hull LLP.

third party administrators.

Angela F. Parker, JD’94, has just opened a new firm, Carmin Parker P.C., on the downtown

Christian M. Freitag, JD’97, recently gave a TEDxBloomington talk about time, nature and

and litigation, banking, and general real estate with full title services.

people about saving their land forever through fee title or conservation easement protection.

square in Bloomington. The firm’s practice areas will concentrate predominantly on business law

“forever.” Freitag is the executive director for the Sycamore Land Trust and regularly talks with

At its November 2013 annual meeting, the Defense Trial Counsel of Indiana announced that James P. Strenski, JD’94, a partner in the Indianapolis law firm Cantrell, Strenski & Mehringer,

Miller-Van Oort elected Minnesota State Bar Association secretary

the areas of insurance bad faith, insurance coverage and third party defense of insureds.

Sonia L. Miller-Van Oort, JD’97, of Sapientia Law Group PLLC in Minneapolis, has been elected

would continue as a board member of the organization. Strenski concentrates his practice in

Kirkland & Ellis LLP has announced that Ian G. John, JD’95, has joined the New York office as a

partner in the firm’s Antitrust and Competition Practice Group. John advises and represents clients before antitrust enforcement authorities on matters relating to mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures, including complex cross-border transactions. He joined Kirkland from Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP. Krista Duncan Black, JD’96, was recently named the assistant director of the West Virginia

Division of Highways Legal Division. In that role, she supervises in-house counsel in a variety of practice areas, including employment law and general litgation.

secretary of the Minnesota State Bar Association. The office, which she assumed July 1, puts Miller-Van Oort on track to become the MSBA President during the 2017-18 bar year, making

her the fifth woman to ever hold this position. Miller-Van Oort is a litigation attorney and founding member of her firm. She has worked on a variety of litigation involving commercial disputes, product liability cases, non-competition and non-solicitation matters, breach-of-contract cases, invasion-of-privacy matters, franchise disputes, tortious interference claims, and misrepresentation and fraud claims. Molly J. Moran, JD’98, has been named by Attorney General Eric Holder acting head of the

Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division. Moran, who has worked in Holder’s office since 2010, has been coordinating the department’s strategy in voting rights lawsuits against both Texas and North Carolina. She has also been involved in congressional Democrats’ attempts to craft a

Ling receives Multicultural Leadership Award Jenner & Block partner S. Tony Ling, JD’96, received the National Diversity Council’s 2014

Multicultural Leadership Award at the inaugural Illinois Leadership Conference at McCormick Place in Chicago. The award recognizes “individuals of color who have made a difference through their achievements and exemplify the ability to excel in their field” and who personify “the principles of

new law following the Supreme Court’s controversial 2013 Shelby County v. Holder decision that declared a key part of the 1965 Voting Rights Act unconstitutional. Christine E. Orich, JD’98, has been selected by her peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers

in America 2015. Orich is of counsel in Barnes & Thornburg’s Indianapolis office and focuses her practice on information technology law, patent law and technology law.

diversity and leadership.” The Milwaukee-based law firm Quarles & Brady recently opened an office in Indianapolis, and

Jennifer A. Puplava, JD’98, a member of the law firm of Mika Meyers Beckett Jones PLC, was recently elected to the board of directors for Trivalent Group. Trivalent Group provides

named Daniel M. Long, JD’96, as one of the office’s inaugural partners. He is a member of the

technology solutions for west Michigan businesses and is headquartered in Grandville, Mich. Only

firm’s product liability, toxic tort, and personal injury litigation practice group. Long concentrates

two non-Trivalent employees are elected to their board of directors. Jennifer practices in the areas

his practice on defending manufacturers, premises owners, and contractors in personal injury

of trademark and copyright law, technology and internet law and related commercial litigation.

T. Joseph Wendt, JD’96, has been selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2015. Wendt is a partner in Barnes & Thornburg’s Indianapolis office and focuses his

Plunkett Cooney shareholder Elaine M. Pohl, JD’99, has been awarded the “Rising Star”

honor by Michigan Super Lawyers magazine. Pohl focuses her practice on insurance coverage and general litigation matters. She works in the firm’s Bloomfield Hills, Mich. office.

practice on commercial litigation. Denise Y. Barkdull, JD’97, has joined Frost Brown Todd LLC in Indianapolis as a member of the finance and real estate and government services practice groups.

Geoffrey S. Silver, JD’99, has joined the Indianapolis office of Jackson Lewis P.C. as of counsel. He previously worked nearly 10 years at the National Collegiate Athletic Association.

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and wrongful death litigation.


2000s

Kelley Drye & Warren LLP has announced that Matthew C. Luzadder, JD’04, has been

Mark J. Crandley, JD’00, has been selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in

represents and advises construction, consulting, technology, private equity and financial

promoted to partner in the Chicago office. He focuses his practice on labor and employment matters, white-collar crime and internal investigations, and commercial litigation, and he regularly

America 2015. Crandley is a partner in Barnes & Thornburg’s Indianapolis office and focuses his

services companies. Luzadder has been recognized as a 2014 Client Service All-Star by

practice on commercial litigation.

Professionals Board, where he has helped organize its annual comedy event for the past

After ten years at a boutique practice in Bloomington, Jonathan F. Yates, JD’01, has joined the

three years.

law firm of Krieg DeVault LLP in Indianapolis as of counsel in the Intellectual Property Technology practice group.

Alyssa B. Rogers, JD’04, has joined North American Midway Entertainment as its first general counsel.

Michael S. Dalrymple, JD’02, was appointed as secretary of the Indiana State Bar Association

(ISBA) at its annual meeting on October 10. He was appointed by ISBA President Jeff R. Hawkins

Joshua W. Abel, JD’05, has joined Faegre Baker Daniels LLP’s nonprofit practice group.

and his term will expire in October 2015. Dalrymple is a solo practitioner, representing individuals

Abel previously was executive director of the Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic.

and small businesses in employment and labor law, discrimination, corporate matters and estate planning. He also is a civil mediator, providing mediation services for a variety of civil matters.

Young Joo Choi, LLM’05, has assumed the role of vice chair of the law program at Pusan

Prior to opening his own law firm, Dalrymple was an associate at Ice Miller. Immediately following

National University in Seoul.

law school, he was appointed to a two-year judicial clerkship, spending his first year with Hon. Sanford M. Brook, JD’74, former chief judge of the Indiana Court of Appeals, and his

Bessemer Trust has announced that Lucelly Duenas, JD’05, has joined the firm’s Miami office

second year with Hon. Randall T. Shepard, former Indiana chief justice.

Legacy Planning team as senior vice president, associate fiduciary counsel. Duenas is responsible for advising domestic and international ultra-high-net-worth families as they navigate the

Johnny D. Pryor, JD’02 and his wife, Doris L. Pryor, JD’03, are happy to announce that they

complexities of wealth. She will specifically focus on cross border and international matters related

have just welcomed a baby.

to legacy planning, family governance, tax minimization strategies and the implementation of estate plans.

Terrance Stroud, JD’02, has been selected as a Star of Brooklyn by Home Reporter News.

Stroud is involved in his community in Brooklyn, including joining the Community Board 17 Land

The United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Indiana recognized Jeremy M.

Use Committee to fight outsized development and promote downzoning, and joining political

Dunn, JD’05, at a June 3 breakfast for being a volunteer attorney who handled 13 pro bono cases

education nonprofit P20, also known as Political Power Through Organizing. He is currently the

within the past year.

director of media strategy at the NYC Department of Citywide Administration.

Matthew J. Light, JD’05, has been named Chief Deputy Attorney General for the Indiana

Stacy Forster Thompson, JD’02, a partner with the Bloomington, Ind., law firm Clendening

Attorney General’s Office.

Johnson & Bohrer, serves on the board of the Defense Trial Counsel of Indiana. Thompson

concentrates her practice in the representation of health care professionals, including individual

Leslie B. Pollie, JD’05, has joined Kopka Pinkus Dolin’s Indianapolis office. Her practice focuses

physicians and nurses, hospitals, physicians’ practice groups, and health care related organiza-

on insurance defense.

tions, in a variety of health care law matters. She also has experience in criminal law, employment law, general litigation, and insurance defense. Thompson is a member of a number of defense

Melanie A. Smith, JD’05, has joined Threlkeld & Associates. Her primary practice is litigation

oriented legal organizations, including the DTCI and the nationally recognized Defense Research

focusing on insurance defense.

Institute. She is currently chair of the DTCI health law section. She was named the 2010 Defense Trial Counsel of Indiana Young Lawyer of the Year. Russell C. Menyhart, JD’03, has joined Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP’s Indianapolis office as of

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counsel in the litigation practice group. He has been appointed to serve on the board of directors for the America China Society of Indiana. The organization’s mission is to strengthen the Indiana-China business relationship, create mutually beneficial business opportunities and foster a China-friendly business environment in Indiana. David M. Lundeen, JD’04, recently accepted a senior counsel position with Nissan North America in the Nashville, Tenn., area, working primarily in finance and capital markets.

This transition follows periods of work for The Northern Trust Company, Obama for America (the President’s 2012 reelection campaign) and Mayer Brown LLP, all in Chicago.

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Jere A. Rosebrock, JD’06, has joined Wooden & McLaughlin LLP’s litigation team where

she will devote much of her practice to defending medical device manufacturers against product liability claims, including complex class actions and multi-district litigation. The United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Indiana recognized Dustin R. DeNeal, JD’07, at a June 3 breakfast for being a volunteer attorney who handled 13 pro bono cases within the past year.

Andrew B. Fromm, JD’08, joined Foley & Lardner LLP’s Detroit office in September. Fromm

represents a wide array of manufacturing companies in commercial contract disputes. Previously, he practiced product liability and complex commercial litigation at Kirkland & Ellis LLP in Chicago.

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BTI Consulting. He also is an active member of the Better Government Association’s Young


The United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Indiana recognized Nicolette

E. Mendenhall, JD’08, at a June 3 breakfast for being a volunteer attorney who handled 13 pro

Wiggin and Dana has welcomed Patrick J. LaMondia, JD’14, to the firm’s New Haven, Conn., office.

bono cases within the past year.

Abrahim J. Shanehsaz, JD’14, has joined Krieg DeVault as an associate. He is a member of

2010s Bonahoom & Bobilya LLC has added associate Brandon J. Almas, JD’11, to their office in

Fort Wayne. Almas focuses his practice on business transactions, real estate transactions and estate/succession planning.

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FordHarrison LLP, one of the country’s largest management-side labor and employment law firms, has announced the addition of Jessica L. Asbridge, JD’11, to the firm’s Atlanta office. Asbridge,

the intellectual property and creditors’ rights and bankruptcy practice groups.

Bose McKinney & Evans LLP has announced that Sarah M. Studzinski, JD’14, has joined the firm as an associate in the Indianapolis office. She is concentrating her practice in the business services, tax, and real estate groups. Bose McKinney & Evans LLP has announced that John M. Westercamp, JD’14, has

joined the firm as an associate in the Indianapolis office. He is practicing in the firm’s business services group.

who joins as an associate, most recently served as law clerk for both Hon. Frank M. Hull and Hon. Peter T. Fay of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. She focuses her practice on the representation of management in labor and employment matters. After two federal clerkships in Memphis, Timothy C. Flowers, JD’11, joined the Department of

Justice through its Honors Program. At DOJ, Flowers will be investigating and prosecuting cyber criminals through the department’s computer crime and intellectual property section. Bonahoom & Bobilya LLC has added associate Conor S. Slocum, JD’11, to their office in Fort Wayne.

Lucas M. Amodio, JD’13, an intellectual property attorney in Armstrong Teasdale’s St. Louis

office, has been selected as one of 15 members of the 2014-2015 class of Leadership Clayton. This is a leadership development program established by the Clayton Chamber of Commerce to educate and develop effective community leaders who will strengthen and transform the community. Amodio concentrates his practice on patent law involving high-technology and computer-related matters. A former software engineer and patent examiner, he guides in-house counsel, inventors and patent examiners in applying for and protecting U.S. and foreign patent applications. Scopelitis, Garvin, Light, Hanson & Feary has announced the addition of Elizabeth M. Bolka, JD’14, to the firm’s Indianapolis office. Bolka’s practice is devoted to serving clients on a wide variety of legal issues directly affecting the transportation industry. Calfee, Halter & Griswold LLP has welcomed Abbey M. Brown, JD’14, to its Cleveland office.

Brown is an associate in the labor and employment practice group. She focuses her practice on management-side employment law.

commercial and residential real estate acquisitions.

Scopelitis, Garvin, Light, Hanson & Feary has announced the addition of Alaina C. Hobbs, JD’14, to the firm’s Indianapolis office. Hobbs’ practice includes complex litigation with a focus on class

action defense matters, labor and employment, and a wide variety of legal issues directly affecting the transportation industry.

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Kristen J. Davee, JD’14, has joined Lewis Wagner LLP as an associate. Her practice includes


in memoriam Carl D. Overman, JD’52, 89, born on April 2, 1925 in Petroleum, Ind., died on July 9, 2014 in

Hubert “Hugh” Eugene Kelly, JD’53, passed away on October 13, 2014 surrounded by his

Petaluma, Calif. Overman grew up in a farm family in Miami County and graduated from Clay

devoted wife and best friend of more than 45 years, Sanda, and their two daughters, Kristin and

Township High School in 1943. He served in the United States Navy from 1944-46 and was

Kaitlin, as well as his son Chris and daughters Kathy and Karen from his prior marriage. Hugh

stationed first in Bainbridge, Md., and ultimately in Shanghai with the U.S. Seventh Fleet. After

was born on April 23, 1927 in Worthington, Ind., to Hubert and Leona Kelly who preceded him in

earning a B.S. in business from Indiana University in 1949 and a J.D. from Indiana Law in 1952,

death along with his sister, Dorothy “Kitty” Kelly Tananbaum. After graduating from Onarga Military

he practiced law in Indianapolis for the next 60 years. He and his wife Marjorie Merrill Overman

School, Kelly served in the United States Army during World War II as a technical sergeant. He

lived in the Indianapolis area, attended St. Paul’s Episcopal Church and were longtime members

later went on to receive his B.A. from Indiana State University in 1949. He was admitted to the

of Woodstock Country Club, the Traders Point Hunt, and the University Club of Indianapolis.

Indiana bar in 1953 and the Arizona bar in 1965. In 1964, he moved to Phoenix, where he

An avid horseman and skier, he particularly relished his many trips to Switzerland and Taos,

continued to practice law for over 50 years. He was a senior trial attorney, Office of Chief of Coun-

N.M., with family and friends. Overman is survived by his daughter, Carol Overman and son-in-law

sel, Internal Revenue Service, Southeast and Central Regional Offices, from 1953-1960 and was

Hap Rhodehamel of Petaluma, Calif.; his son, Gregg Overman; daughter-in-law, Susan Overman;

also an arbitrator and mediator, United States Arbitration and Mediation of Arizona, Inc. Hugh was

granddaughter, Erin Overman and grandson, Jon Overman of Dallas, Texas. He was preceded in

a 32nd Degree Freemason and a member of the Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite of Terre Haute,

death by wife, Marjorie; and brothers, Byron and Basil.

Ind. He was also a member of the El Zaribah Shrine in Phoenix and the American Legion. Kelly was a devoted family man, husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather and loyal friend. His love of people and animals was contagious as he lit up any room he walked into. He was a story-

Professor William T. Burke, JD’53, 87, of Seattle, Washington, died July 4, 2014 with his family

teller and so enjoyed being an older father. Given the opportunity, he loved to share photos and

by his side, following complications from heart surgery. Professor Burke was an internationally

stories of his daughter Kristin’s accomplishments in veterinary medicine and his daughter Kaitlin’s

distinguished scholar, serving on the faculty of both the University of Washington School of Law

accomplishments in graphic design. When not surrounded by family, he enjoyed spending time

and the UW School of Marine Affairs from 1968 to 1996. He was born in 1926 in Brazil, Ind. After

by his Koi pond at home. He is survived by his loving wife and their two children, three children

completing high school and a brief stint in the U.S. Army, he commenced his academic career

from his prior marriage, 11 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren, two nieces, and his beloved

by obtaining his bachelor’s degree from Indiana State University, in 2-1/2 years and at the top of

fur babies.

his class, followed by his law degree in 1953. He attended Yale Law School where he obtained his doctorate in juridical science degree in 1959. While at Yale, he met his wife, Feliciana, a fellow graduate student. Following the publication of his first book in 1962, Professor Burke was recog-

Joel Rosenbloom, JD ’54, died June 24, 2014 in Silver Spring, Md. He was 83. A longtime

nized as the outstanding authority on international law of the sea and remained a scholarly and

partner in the Washington, D.C. office of Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP, he was

policy leader on the world scene for many years. By his retirement, he had been widely published

a highly respected expert in communications law. A native of Gary, Ind., he clerked for Justice

in over 300 law journals, served as an expert and lecturer throughout the world, influenced

James Emmert of the Indiana Supreme Court and later served as special assistant to the

generations of professionals, and substantially shaped the law, policy, and many institutions

chairman and legal assistant to the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission.

related to the law of the ocean. In his retirement years, Professor Burke read voraciously, closely

He was an emeritus member of the Law School’s Board of Visitors.

followed current events, and rooted for Seattle-area sports teams. He was a committed husband, daughter, Kathryn Burke, who preceded him in death. He also enjoyed the little things: his

Lester Kassing, LLB’58, died May 5, 2014 in Colleyville, Tex. He was born Nov. 7, 1930, in

grandchildren’s artwork, sweet local strawberries, roses in full bloom, his view of the snowcapped

Indianapolis and married his high school sweetheart, Vanita Kleinschmidt, on May 1, 1954, after

Cascades, and the development and history of Magnuson Park, where he walked daily.

serving in the Army during the Korean War. After earning his law degree in 1958, he joined the

Professor Burke is survived by his beloved spouse of 55 years; his children William V. Burke of

trust department at Indiana Bank and Trust in Fort Wayne, where he remained until 1971, rising to

Honolulu, Hawaii and Liza E. Burke of Seattle; his three grandchildren, and his great-grandson.

executive vice president. In 1971, Kassing accepted the opportunity to become CEO of Jefferson Bank in Peoria, Ill., where he remained through November 1981. From 1982-1984, he was president of Southwestern Bank in Oklahoma City. In 1987 Kassing founded a software company

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a dedicated father and was unwaveringly devoted to the well-being of his developmentally disabled


called MARQUIS, which is currently run by his four sons and employs over 70 people. Throughout

publications such as Illinois Super Lawyers and Leading Lawyers Network for his acumen in these

his life and career, Kassing was ever generous with his time, talents and money in support

areas, both domestically and internationally. In 2010, he was selected to serve on the first Corpo-

of Concordia Lutheran High School in Fort Wayne, Ind. (his alma mater), Lutheran education,

rate Governance Advisory Board for Ketchum, Inc., one of the largest corporate communications

numerous philanthropic and leadership boards, and the Lutheran Home in Peoria, Ill. He is

agencies in the world. In 2013 he was a recipient of Indiana University’s Distinguished Alumni

survived by his wife 60 years, Vanita C. Kassing; son, John Kassing, his wife, Susan, and their

Award, in recognition of his career achievements and his substantial and significant contributions

children, Ryan, Lauren and Peter; son, Jeff Kassing, his wife, Diane, and their children, Michael,

to the university, the legal profession, organizations furthering diversity and equality and the

Kati and Scott; son, Judson Kassing, his wife, Robin, and their children, Hadley, Grant and Peyton;

community-at-large.

son, Jay Kassing, his wife, Jennifer, and their children, Jack, Emily, Audrey, Ella and Jet; daughter, Julie Norris, her husband, Robert, and their children, Sarah Jensen (her husband, Daniel) Matthew, David and Kristin; brother, Tony Kassing and his wife, Nancy, of Fort Wayne, Ind.; brother, Robert Kassing, JD’64, and his wife, Troy, of Indianapolis; sister, Susi Dettmer and her husband, Robert, of Fort Wayne; and many other extended relatives and friends.

Steven H. Ancel, LLB’60, 77, Carmel, Ind., died August 14, 2014 surrounded by his loving family. He is survived by the love of his life and wife of 56 years, Sorelle; his three daughters, Robin (Bob Zacharias), Kim (Mark Greenhall), and Cori (Steve Katz); brother, Jerald (Gayle) Ancel; 10 grandchildren, Josh, Alli, Jeremy, Lauren, Evan, Sarah, Jordan, Haley, Lindsay, Campbell; brother and sisters-in-law, Janine and Dean Rothschild and Jean and Martin Lewis; and many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Ancel graduated from Shortridge High School and Indiana University. An accomplished commercial lawyer, he headed Indiana’s largest bankruptcy reorganization firm. He was a 30-year distinguished panelist on the Indiana Continuing Education Bankruptcy Law Seminar, director and chairman of the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Section of the Indianapolis Bar Association. He was elected a Fellow in the American College of Bankruptcy. He was listed in The Best Lawyers in America for 28 years, since its inception until he retired, and was named the 2012 Indiana Bar Foundation Legendary Lawyer.

His family has asked that donations be made to the Jerry Burgdoerfer Memorial Scholarship Fund at the IU Maurer School of Law. Checks should be made payable to the Indiana University Maurer School of Law and mailed to the following address — Office of Development, 211 S. Indiana Avenue, Bloomington, IN 47405. If individuals would like to make their gift by credit card they can contact Lisa Hosey at lhosey@indiana.edu.

Zeff A. Weiss, JD’83, died November 17 in Indianapolis. He was 57. A partner with Ice Miller LLP, Weiss had been with the firm since graduating from law school. He was raised in South Bend and educated at Indiana University, where he received a bachelor’s degree in business and accounting in 1979, becoming a certified public accountant in 1980. For years Weiss chaired Ice Miller’s real estate group. He helped clients develop, negotiate and structure some of the nation’s most complicated transactions and mentored and trained numerous lawyers. Weiss’s work on numerous significant, high-profile projects is credited with growing Indianapolis’ skyline over the years. He was a member of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers, and he was active on the executive committee of the board of directors of the Jewish Federation of Greater Indianapolis Inc., Park Regency and the Indianapolis Public Library Foundation. He was honored with a Sagamore of the Wabash by Gov. Mike Pence. Weiss is survived by his wife, Zoe (Urena) Weiss, JD’83; his children, Miranda (Olivier) Bernadac, JD’12; and Reva, Alexandra and Martin Weiss; his brother, Dr. Sheldon (Debra) Weiss; his sister, Lynn (Danny) Castor; and his father-in-law, Alphonse Urena. He was preceded in death by his parents, Martin Weiss and Anne (Steinberg) Weiss, and by his

Jerry J. Burgdoerfer, JD/MBA’83, a partner at the Chicago-based law firm Jenner & Block, died on September 17, 2014. He was 56 years old. Burgdoerfer began practicing law at Jenner & Block in 1989. Throughout his career, he played an important role across many different sectors of the firm. He was co-chair of the firm’s Securities Practice and Transactional Cross-Border Practice and a member of the Corporate and Mergers and Acquisitions Practices. Burgdoerfer was particularly important to helping to develop the firm’s

brother, Robert Weiss. The family requests donations be made to the Jewish Federation of Greater Indianapolis Inc., or the Indianapolis Public Library Foundation. Donations can be mailed to the Jewish Federation at 6705 Hoover Road, Indianapolis, IN, 46260, or by donating online at www.jewishindianapolis.org. Donations can be mailed to the Library Foundation at 2450 North Meridian St., Indianapolis, IN, 46206 or by donating online at www.indyplfoundation.org.

actions with the Mori Sogo Law Offices (now Mori Hamada & Matsumoto), one of the largest law firms in Japan. He was one of the founders of the firm’s LGBT Forum. In 2010, he was one of five partners selected to receive the firm’s inaugural Associates Committee Mentorship Award. Burgdoerfer’s practice spanned a variety of disciplines in the corporate transactions arena. He represented clients across the world in mergers and acquisitions, private equity transactions, securities offerings, restructurings and joint ventures. He was consistently recognized by legal

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Japan Practice, having spent two years in Tokyo in the early 1990s working on international trans-


ways to give to the fund for excellence There are many ways to support the Law School’s annual fund, the Fund for Excellence. For further information, please contact Stephanie J. Coffey, Annual Fund Director, at (812) 856-2973 or (877) 286-0002.

gifts by check Send your check, payable to the IU Foundation/IU Maurer School of Law, to: Indiana University Maurer School of Law Indiana University Foundation P.O. Box 6460 Indianapolis, IN 46206-6460

gifts by credit card To charge your gift using Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover, call the IU Foundation at (800) 558-8311. Or visit our website, law.indiana.edu, click on “Support Indiana Law,” then click the “Give Now” button to make your secure gift online.

gifts by electronic transfer Your gift to the Law School can be deducted automatically each month from your checking account or credit card. For more information, call the IU Foundation at ( 800) 558-8311 or visit their website at www.iufoundation.iu.edu.

gifts of securities The Law School welcomes gifts of securities and appreciated stock.

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To arrange your gift, call the IU Foundation at (800) 558-8311.

law firm and corporate matching gifts Matching gifts can double or triple your investment. Please contact your Human Resources department to request the necessary forms. To find out whether your organization has a matching program, go to www.matchinggifts.com/IUF.


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