New York Law School 1982 Commencement Program

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NEW YORK LAW SCHOOL Ninetieth Commencement Exercises June 6, 1982

The Investiture Ceremony Joseph Solomon Distinguished Professorship of Law

AVERY FISHER HALL Lincoln Center New York, New York


BOARD OF TRUSTEES John V. Thornton, Chairman of the Board Senior Executive Vice President, Consolidated Edison Co., Inc. David Finkelstein, Vice Chairman Chairman of the Executive Committee and General Counsel Bates Manufacturing Company, Incorporated Alfred J. Bohlinger '24, Trustee Emeritus Superintendent of Insurance, State of New York, 1950-1955 A.H. Brawner, Jr. Chairman of the Board, B. I. Financial Services Group, Inc. Chairman of the Board of Menlo School and College J. William Campo Chairman of the Board Jardine Ter Bush & Powell Inc. Barbara Debs President, Manhattanville College Alvin Dworman '51 Chairman of the Board, Lee National Corporation Jerry Finkelstein '38, Trustee Emeritus Publisher, New York Law Journal Alexander D. Forger Partner, Milbank Tweed Hadley and McCloy Sylvia D. Garland '60 Partner, Hofheimer Gartlir Gottlieb & Gross Maurice R. Greenberg '50 President, American International (Ins.) Group, Inc. Alfred Gross, Trustee Emeritus Trustee, Horace Mann School Walter M. Jeffords, Jr. Chairman of the Board, Northern Utilities, Inc. Hon. William Kapelman '40 Justice of the Supreme Court State of New York Administrative Judge, Supreme Court, Bronx County Criminal Branch Samuel J. LeFrak Chairman of the Board, Lefrak Organization, Inc. Hon. Francis T. Murphy, Jr. '52 Presiding Justice, Appellate Division, First Department Supreme Court, State of New York Vice President, New York Law School Alumni Association John J. Navin, Jr. Vice President, Corporate Counsel and Secretary, ITT Corp. Harry Ostrov '25 Past President, New York Law School Alumni Association Calvin H. Plimpton Formerly, President, Amherst College Professor of Medicine, Downstate Medical College John M. Regan, Jr. Chairman of the Board, Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc. E. Donald Shapiro Dean, New York Law School Hon. Eli Wager '54 Justice, Supreme Court of the State of New York President, New York Law School Alumni Association Sydney A. Woodd-Cahusac Treasurer, Rockefeller University

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FACULTY

AND OFFICERS

OF ADMINISTRATION

E. Donald Shapiro, Dean Daniel Gutman, Dean Emeritus Margaret S. Beam, Associate Dean Arnold H. Graham, Vice Dean Lucille M. Hillman, Assistant Dean Anthony J. Scanlon, Assistant Dean Roy M. Mersky, Librarian Arthur Best Robert I. Blecker Lisa H. Blitman Michael Botein Barbara Brodlieb James Brook William L. Bruce Eugene Cerruti Lung-chu Chen John R. Dugan William Epsten Craig W. Friedrich B. James George Gustave Harrow Philip S. James James P. Kibbey Joseph H. Koffler Gerald Korngold Kim M. Lang Joel S. Lee Myres S. McDougal Joel M. Martel Cyril C. Means, Jr. Ira Mickenberg Stephen A. Newman David M. Rice Edward B. Samuels George M. Schain Douglas D. Scherer Milton A. Silverman Andrew Simak James F. Simon Catherine A. Sullivan Janet R. Tracy

Michael Ambrosio Irving Anolik Joseph T. Arenson Sidney Asch Michael Baden Harold Baer, Jr. Edwin H. Bennett Harvey S. Berenson Frederick S. Berman Hartley T. Bernstein Elliott L. Biskind E. Carrington Boggan Arthur M. Borden Burton H. Brody W. Haywood Burns Benjamin Busch Paul A. Cable Robert Clem Cynthia Price Cohen Myron Cohen Angelo Cometa Harvey J. Coopersmith Frank Cuccio Anthony Edward Davis Nicholas L. Deak John D. Delmar Manuel Del Valle Joseph DiFede Steven Dobkin Jeffrey M. Elliott Leonard Leigh Finz Frank Fioramonti Stuart M. Fischman Peter Fisher Stephen Flanders Henry H. Foster Albert Garretson Charles F. Gibbs Joel C. Glanstein Kristin Glen Harrison J. Gold in Bernard Goodwin Milton S. Gould Jul Eliot Graham Martin Greene Nancy Ledy Gurren Simeon L. Guterman Morris Gutt Miriam Haines Stephen L. Hammerman Richard Harbus Lee L. Holzman Christopher A. Hughes Martin S. Hyman John C. Ingram Joseph T. Ippolito Jay B. ltkowitz Marvin E. Jacob Andrew R. Jacobs Arnold S. Jacobs Roger B. Jacobs John J. Jerome John W. Johnson Douglas W. Jones Louis Clayton Jones Alfred S. Julien Albert Kalter Salem M. Katsh Louise G. Kerner

Sidney Kess Alfred H. Kleiman Paul J. Korngold Richard H. Kuh Michel Landron Joseph Lapatin Ephraim Leibowitz C. Herbert Leshkowitz Fred A. Levine Anthony F. LoGatto George C. Mantzoros Kenneth E. McCallion Vincent D. McDonnell Brian E. McGunigle Jeremiah B. McKenna Gerald Meyer David Minars Zuhayr A. Moghrabi Lester Nelson Maurice N. Nessen David B. Newman Martin Oliner Kellis E. Parker Robert T. Perry, Jr. Seymour M. Peyser John G. Poles Elliott H. Pollack Gail S. Port Alan I. Raylesberg Edward D. Re Perry S. Reich Ivor S. Richard W. Bernard Richland Irwin A. Rosenberg Ernst H. Rosenberger Mordecai Rosenfeld Frank R. Rosiny Henry Barnett Rothblatt Philip J. Ruffo Bernard J. Ruggieri Norman C. Ryp David G. Samuels Meyer Scheps Sanford J. Schlesinger Martin A. Schwartz S. Bernard Schwarz Harold Seidel Nelson Seitel Franklyn C. Setaro Lewis Shapiro Barbara E. Sheehan Norman M. Sheresky Michael Sigall Martin Silfen Jeffrey I. Slonim Marianne C. Spraggins C. Richard Stafford Zachary A. Starr Ernst C. Stiefel Neal Sultzer Robert S. Taft Michael G. Tannenbaum Ronald Turbin John Yafai Ernest van den Haag Otto L. Walter Jay W. Wertheimer Marcia E. Young Marcia Zaroff

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ORDER OF EXERCISE

Dr. John V. Thornton, Presiding Chairmanof the Board

Toccata & Fugue in D minor

Johann Sebastian Bach

Variations de Concert

Joseph Bonnet Christopher C. Donges Organist

PROCESSIONAL* Pomp and Circumstance No. 1, op. 39

Sir Ed ward Elgar

INVOCATION Dr. Gilbert Klaperman, Rabbi CongregationBeth Sholom

THE NATIONAL ANTHEM

Francis Scott Key Elaine Knowles Soloist

GREETINGS Dr. John V. Thornton Chairman Board of Trustees of New York Law School

INVESTITURE Dean E. Donald Shapiro as the first Joseph Solomon Distinguished Professor of Law honoring Joseph Solomon '27 by

Hon. Sherman G. Finesilver Chief Judge United States District Court for the District of Colorado

FLOURISH OF TRUMPETS Geoffrey Bergler, James B. Hamlin, Jeff Silberschlag, Robert Summers Trumpet

Fanfare from Symphony in C Major COMMENCEMENT REMARKS Hon. Rex E. Lee Solicitor Generalof the United States

AWARDING OF PRIZES E. Donald Shapiro Dean of New York Law School assisted by

Margaret S. Beam Associate Dean of New York Law School

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Johann Molter


FLOURISH

OF TRUMPETS

Sound The Alarm from Judas Macabees Trumpet Quartet CONFERRING

OF HONORARY

George Frederick Handel

DEGREES

Mary S. Coleman Chief Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court

Alphonse M. D'Amato United States Senator

Archbishop Iakovos Primate of the Greek Orthodox Church of North and South America

Rex E. Lee Solicitor General of the United States

Thomas Grey Wicker Associate Editor of the New York Times

FLOURISH OF TRUMPETS The War March of the Priests

Felix Mendelsohn Trumpet Quartet

CONFERRING OF DEGREES Introduction of Candidatesby Associate Dean

Margaret S. Beam Presentation of Candidatesby Dean

E. Donald Shapiro Conferring of Degrees by

Or. John V. Thornton BENEDICTION Archbishop Iakovos RECESSIONAL* Toccata from The Fifth Symphony

Charles Marie Widor

"The audience is requested to remain seated during the Processionaland Recessional.

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CANDIDATES

FOR THE DEGREE OF JURIS DOCTOR

J.D. GRADUATESCatherine M. Anderson B.S. Herbert H. Lehman College M.A. New York University

SEPTEMBER 1, 1981 Herman B.S. M.S. Sc.D.

Richard Heideklang Massachusetts Institute of Technology Massachusetts Institute of Technology Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Gerard J. O'Berle B.E.S. University of Bridgeport

J.D. GRADUATES- FEBRUARY 1, 1982 Lena Anderson B.A. Morgan State University Barbara Gelberg Angerman B.S. Syracuse University Edward Joseph Anthony B.S. Fordham University

Robert Gene Hicks B.A. Montclair College Barbara Ann Joiner B.A. Queens College

Lee S. Braunstein B,S University of Florida

William Christopher Kane, Jr. B.A. Manhattan College Bruce Brian Kaz B.A. Daeman College

Robert Lantry Byrne A.B. Boston College

Cheryl Joy Kent A.B. Berkeley University

Risa Cohen-Kaplan B.A. State University of New York at Albany Cynthia Marie Collins B.A. Caldwell College

William W. Kimball B.A. Lehigh University Ilene Stacey King B.A. Ramapo College

Steven Alan Crain B.A. State University of New York at Cortland

William D. Kirchhofer B.S. Fordham University

Dennis Thomas D'Antonio B.S. Boston College Charlene Glover Daniels A.B. University of California - Berkeley

Rose Marie Klaus A.B. Rutgers University - Douglass College Jeffrey A. Kosterich* B.S. State University of New York at Albany

Diana Freeman Dempster B.A. Skidmore College

John Michael Lang B.A. Fairleigh Dickinson University Edward Joseph Larschan A.B. Colby College Karl Fulton Lehr B.A. Valparaiso University

Margaret A. Enloe B.A. Hunter College Peter John Farkas B.A. Brooklyn College Estelle Joan Flynn-Farias B.A. St. John's University Ralph Thomas Gazzillo B.B.A. Pace College Kenneth Seymour Gelnick B.A. City College of New York William John Grabinski B.B.A. University of Michigan Jacob Jesse Hays II B.A. Dickinson College Maria R. Hclhoski B.F.A. New York University James M. Hershler B.A. State University of New York at Stony Brook Axel K. Hcydusch A.B. Bowdoin College

Steven Robert Linn B.A. State University of New York at Stony Brook Deborah Irene Lynch B.A. Rutgers University Francesca Emmy Martinez B.A. City College of New York Edith E. Mazier A.B. Livingston College Joel M. Michaels B.A. Brooklyn College Shelah Stahl Moller A.B. Cornell University Michael Alan Mollod B.S. University of Wisconsin Lynn R. Niederman B.A. University of Rochester

"Joint JD/MBA program with Baruch College,City Collegeof New York 6


Patrick Joseph O'Brien B.S. John Jay College

Robert Stuart Silberstein B.A. Michigan State University

John Gerard O'Leary State University of New York B.S. at Brockport

Robert Steingut B.A. Union College

Larry Charles Osofsky B.P.S. University of California at Berkeley Deborah Leigh Packer B.A. Pennsylvania State University

Lawrence M. Stern B.A. State University of New York at Oswego Erik M. Strangeways B.S. St. Joseph's College at Pennsylvania Erik Veski B.M. Syracuse University

Victor Michael Re B.A. Brooklyn College

Cynthia A. Walters B.A. Drew University

Joseph Issac Rosenzweig B.S. Emerson College

Eric Steven Weiss B.A. Trinity College

George Frank Russo B.A. St. John's University

Joan Margot Wiesen A.B. Mt. Holyoke College

Robert Fletcher Salvia A.B. Colgate University

Gail S. Wilson A.B. Middlebury College

Margaret Buglass Sandercock B.A. Byrn Mawr College

Robert Craig Wilson B.A. Lafayette College

Dennis Ravindra Sawh B.S. Long Island University David J. Schwartz B.A. Florida State University

Donna Kathryn Woodward B.A. Marquette University

Ninfa Segarra B.A. New York University

Lawrence E. Wright B.A. State University of New York at Binghamton

Steven Bert Sheinwald B.A. State University of New York at Binghamton

Gloria Xefos B.M. Manhattan School of Music

Richard Fischler Shurtz B.A. Virginia State Polytechnic Institute

Ronald V. Zezima B.A. John Jay College

J.D. GRADUATES - JUNE 6, 1982 Camille Marie Abate B.S. New York University

Richard Charles Baker B.A. Fairfield University

Joseph James Accardi, Jr. B.A. ¡ Rutgers University M.B.A. Monmouth College

Carol M. Bast B.A. Kalamazoo College M.A. University of Wisconsin

Frank Agostino B.A. City College of the City University of New York

Michael Coulson Beatty B.A. State University of New York at Albany

Suzanne Rebecca Albin B.A. George Washington University

Laura B. Bennett B.A. Queens College M.S. Columbia University

Joaquin Francisco Alemany B.S. Fordham University M.B.A. Fordham University

Clement Alphonse Berard, Jr. B.S.E.E. Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn M.S.E.E. Drexel University

Estelle Alpert B.A. City College of the City University of New York

Esther Chyzyk Bernheim B.A. Queens College

Louis Tom Anagnos B.A. Purdue University C. Caprice Anderson B.A. Hunter College

Anthony Bisignano III B.A. Rutgers University

Judith Anselmo B.A. State University of New York at Stony Brook

Joshua N. Bleichman B.A. Brooklyn College

Tina Wendy Ashkenazy B.S. Brooklyn College

Helen Marie Blackwood B.A. Colgate University

Jeffrey Mark Borofsky B.S. Brooklyn College M.B.A. Bernard M. Baruch College

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Tina Rae Boyer B.A. University of Maryland Cherylyn Jeanne Briggs B.A. William Smith College MS.LS. C.W. Post College Nelson F. Brinckerhoff B.A. Washington and Lee University Carolyn Braver B.A. Western Reserve University M.A. Hunter College George F. Brown A.S. Nassau Community College B.A. Adelphi University Gordon Peter Brunow New York University B.S. Michael B. Buckley B.A. Rutgers University Richard Patrick Byrne B.A. St. Peter's College William J. Byrne B.A. John Jay College of Criminal Justice Angela Calamia B.;\. Brooklyn College Eugene A.B. B.D. D.D.

St. Clair Callender Boston University Westminster Theological Seminary Knoxville College

Paul Joachim Camilleri B.A. Catholic University M.B.A. New York University Jonathan George Cardon B.A. George Washington University Kenneth Brian Carnesi B.A. Brooklyn College M.P.S. C.W. Post College Mark Joseph Case B.A. University of Colorado William Anthony Cerbone B.A. Iona College Laurence Albert Chamish B.A. Rutgers University Barbara Elizabeth Champoux B.A. Wheaton College Thomas Edward Charbonneau B.A. Hamilton College Peter Cimino A.A. Manhattan Community College B.A. Brooklyn College Marc J. Citrin B.A City College of the City University of New York Michele Arleen Clark B.A. Princeton University Ralph D. Clifford B.S. Duke University Peter David Close B.A. Earlham College M.S. State University of New York at New Paltz

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David Cohen B.S. Mercy College Janet Ellen Cohen B.A. Brown University Mitchell E. Cohen B.S. State University of New York at Oneonta Orin Joel Cohen B.A. State University of New York at Buffalo Susan Dignam Colatsky B.A. State University of New York at Buffalo John Michael Cooney B.S. Brooklyn College Elizabeth L. Corey B.A. Butler University William Henry Cox B.A. St. Francis College M.B.A. Pace University Harry Aaron Cummins B.A. State University of New York at Binghamton John Thomas Cushing B.S. Berry College M.A. New York University Joseph A. D'Avanzo B.S. LeMoyne College Gail Farnsworth D'ltalia B.M. University of Connecticut Keith H. De Vries B.A. State University of New York at Purchase Telesforo Del Valle, Jr. B.S. Fordham University Joseph Michael Dashe B.A. St. Joseph's University Eunice Valincia Cooke Davis B.A. Brooklyn College Loretta Knauer Davis B.A. University of Vermont Oleh Nestor Dekajlo B.A. City College of the City University of New York George Christopher DeLuca B.A. State University of New York at Albany Mary T. Dempsey B.A. State University of New York at Oswego Richard Allan Deutchman B.A. Rutgers University Muriel Therese Dorff B.S. St. John's University M.S. Brooklyn College Ph.D. New York University Mary Louise Drennen B.A. Bowling Green State University Andrew Marc Drogen B.S. Northeastern University Howard C. Edelman B.A. Brooklyn College M.A. University of Wisconsin Richard Lawrence Eland B.A. University of Rochester


Karen A. Ermel B.A. Douglass College

Gary G. Grassi B.S. Fordham University

Jeffrey Stevan Factor B.A. Hofstra University Hofstra University M.S.

Scott H. Greenfield B.S. Cornell University

Paul S. Feinman B.S. Boston University Mitchell I. Feld A.A. James Striar School for General Jewish Studies B.A. Yeshiva University Jeffrey Leary Ferguson B.A. State University of New York at Stony Brook

Moya M. Groeschel B.A. Marymount College M.S.W. Fordham University M.P.A. New York University Jane Atkinson Gromelski B.A. Ohio State University B.S. Ohio State University Steven Alan Grumet B.S. State University of New York at Albany Howard Neal Hamel B.S. University of New Mexico

Donna Ferrara B.A. Roger Williams College Howard Mark Fifer B.A. University of Michigan

Susan Claire Shows Hancock B.A. Baylor University R.R.A. University of Tennessee

Karen Rose Fine B.S. Cornell University

Brenda M. Helt B.A. Fairleigh Dickinson University

Ivy Silver Fischer B.S. University of Pittsburgh

Emlyn H. Higa B.A. St. John's College

Lauren Fox B.A. State University of New York at Oneonta

Deborah Lee Hill B.A. City College of the City University of New York

Sonja N. Friedman B.A. Mills College M.A. Montclair State College Alan Raymond Friedmann B.A. State University of New York at Albany Steven G. Gaebler B.A. State University of New York at Buffalo Thomas E. Gaffney B.A. Manhattan College Daniel Charles Gallagher B.A. Fordham University Patrick Richina Garcia B.A. California State University Selina Garcia B.A. Barry College Thomas Evan Gass B.A. Williams College Dennis Charles Gaughan B.A. Syracuse University

Lea Ellen Hixson B.A. University of Michigan Frank W. Hodgkinson B.A. Muhlenberg College Steven Michael Holtz B.A. City College of the City University of New York Ellen Beth Holtzman B.A. New York University Steven Jeffrey Hornstein B.A. State University of New York at Albany Madeline Lili Hornwood B.A. University of Wisconsin Frances Housman B.A. University of Wisconsin Joan Iacono B.A. Syracuse University Frank Jude lncantalupo B.S. Manhattan College

Paul Victor Geoghan B.A. Washington University

Debra E. Jenkins B.A. Hofstra University

Carole Ann Geronimo B.S. Washington College

Diana Johnson B.A. City College of the City University of New York

Linda Gail Gimble B.A. State University of New York at Albany Judith Elena Goldenberg B.A. Alfred University M.A. Montclair State College Helena Gorochow B.S. Brigham Young University M .S. University of Connecticut Fredric Seth Graboyes B.A. Millersville State College M.S. Temple University

Deborah Moon Jordan B.A. Cornell University Ingrid Joseph B.A. John Jay College of Criminal J ustice Charles W. Juntikka B.A. University of Michigan Howard Gordon Kami! B.A. Colby College Christopher Michael Kane B.A. Adelphi University M.S. State University of N.Y. Maritime College

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Brian A. Kanzaki B.A. Queens College Randi Kapelman B.A. University

of Arizona

Barry Alan Kaplan B.A. Rice University M.A. Yale University

Deborah Lewis B.A. Vassar College Richard K. Lewis B.A. Connecticut College

Gerard M. Karlen B.A. Clark University Jeffrey B.A.

Mary Libassi B.A. State University of New York at Oneonta

Bernard Kaufman Cornell University

Margaret Anne Kean B.A. Montclair State College Brian P. Kerley B.A. St. John's University Neil H. Kessner B.A. City College of the City University of New York Michael Dwight Ketring B.S. Baldwin-Wallace

College

K. Michael Key B.A. City College of the City University of New York Robert Francis Kiedaisch B.A. State University of New York at New Paltz Richard B.E.E.

Barton Klar City College of the City University of New York

Robert C. Klein B.S. Long Island University Annette Ruth Koch B.A. City College of the City University of New York Theresa B.A.

Koncclik State University

of New York at Albany

Michael Frederic Konopka B.A. Wayne State University Allen Kramer B.S. Brooklyn

College

Jonathan H. Kriegel B.A. Rutgers University Nancy B.A.

E. B. Krupp Texas Christian

University

James William LaPaglia B.A. Boston College Gregory B.A.

Michael La Sorsa Fordham University

Laurie Lynne Lau B.S. University Charles B.A.

of Michigan

Gabriel Leancss Tulane University

Paul John Ledman B.A. State University at Binghamton

Lawrence John Licitra B.S. Mercy College Marylyn Pauline Lipman B.A. University of Wisconsin B.S. A&M Schwartz College of Pharmacy Howard Theodore Longman B.A. University of Virginia Juan Alberto Lopez, Jr. A.B. Wilmington College Cynthia Marie Lupo B.A. Rutgers University Jay Christopher Lyons A.B. Fairfield University Ilene Carol Magidson B.S.B.A. Boston University Conrad Michael Mandel B.A. St. Peter's College Alan Marcus B.B.A. Hofstra University Frances Dapice Marinelli B.A. Emmanuel College M.A. Fordham University Paul I. Marx B.A. State University of New York at Plattsburgh Matthew Clark Mason B.A. Bucknell University Deborah Alice Mayer A.B. Vassar College Robert Arthur McCarthy B.A. Fordham University Joseph Bothwell McFarland B.A. Princeton University M.A. Johns Hopkins University Patricia Annette Mcfarlin B.A. State University of New York at Albany M.S. State University of New York at Albany John Raymond Mechmann B.A. Manhattan College

of New York

Christine Lepera B.A. Drew University Nathaniel Elihu Lcserowitz B.A. City College of the City University of New York

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James Lettiere B.A. New York University Daniel Harold Levine B.A. George Washington University

Eric Joseph Michaels B.A. University of Pennsylvania Francis Louis Migliorino B.A. Colgate University M.A. Rutgers University Edward S. Miller B.A. Brooklyn College


Harris Gordon Miller B.A. Temple University University of Pennsylvania M.S. John Louis Molinelli B.A. Rutgers University Louis Dominick Montresor B.A. Villanova University John Armond Moore B.A. St. Peter's College Steven Zachary Mostofsky B.A. Yeshiva College Fay Sue Ng B.A. John Jay College of Criminal Justice Mark Edward Nikiper B.A. Rutgers University Amy F. Nogid B.A. Queens College Suzette Isabel Novello B.S. State University of New York Downstate Medical Center Richard Charles O'Conor B.A. City College of the City University of New York John Francis O'Halloran B.S. St. Peter's College M.A. University of Connecticut Robert Edward O'Neill B.A. Fordham University David Hugh Ostwald B.A. University of Chicago Irwin S. Ozer B.A. Brooklyn College M.S. Brooklyn College M.S. Brooklyn College Frank W. Palillo B.A. St. John's University Phyllis McCormick Panariello B.A. ¡ Marymount Manhattan College James Richard Panepinto B.S. Carnegie Institute of Technology M.B.A. University of Delaware Jeffrey Steven Peltz B.A. Brooklyn College M.B.A. Pace University Edwin Peralta-Millan B.A. Texas A&M University Bryant Wesley Pierce B.A. Tufts University

Keith Alan Raven B.A. Hofstra University Kenneth Brian Raven B.A. Hofstra University Joan Anne Redden B.S. Pennsylvania State University Peter Thomas Reese B.S. Wagner College Evans C. Reitman-Swiss B.A. Brooklyn College Deborah Ann Reyes B.A. City College of the City University of New York David Eugene Richman B.A. State University of New York at Buffalo M.P.A. New York University Thomas A. Rigilano B.A. Herbert H. Lehman College Caryl Lancet Ritter B.A. New York University Manuel Antonio Romero B.A. Fordham University Linda E. Rosenberg B.A. University of Denver Brian Drew Rosenfeld B.A. Ohio Wesleyan University Sarah Agnes Rumage B.A. University of Miami Susan Mary Russell B.A. Jersey City State College Howard Charles Sacks B.A. George Washington University Susan Joyce Saltz B.A. State University of New York at Binghamton M.A. Columbia University Michael Frederick Schaff* B.A. Rutgers University M.B.A. Bernard M. Baruch College Leonard Jay Schlangel B.A. Yeshiva University M.B.A. New York University Michael Matthew Schneck B.S. Syracuse University David Scott Schwartz B.A. Queens College

William Stewart Pinkerton, Jr. A.B. Princeton University

Michael Hal Schwartz B.A. City College of the City University of New York

Brian Jeffrey Platton B.A. State University of New York at Brockport Bruce Fredric Pulver B.S. Lehigh University M.B.A. Fairleigh Dickinson University

Paul Francis Scollan B.A. State University of New York al Fredonia Francine Levitt Semaya B.A. Brooklyn College M.S. Brooklyn College

Darlene Regina Quick B.A. New York University

Darryl Martin Semple B.S. John Jay College of Criminal Justice

John A. Racy A.B. Manhattanville College

Jeffrey Charles Seymour B.A. Williams College

*Joint JD/MBA program with Baruch College, City College of New York 11


Justin Timothy Shay B.A. Providence College Frank Sheehan A.A. Nassau Community College B.S. State University of New York at Albany Mary Christine Sherlock B.B.A. Pace University M.B.A. Pace University

Michael Charles Tromello B.A. Queens College M.S. Hunter College Paula Renee Union B.A. Northern Illinois University

G. Sieller American University C.W. Post College

Rosario M. Vignali B.A. City College of the City University of New York Honey Waldman B.A. American University

Diane Silvergleid B.A. Vassar College Nora Lee Skivington B.A. Tufts University Eric Glenn Smith B.A. University

of California

at Berkeley

Wayne Robertson Smith B.A. University of New Hampshire Sheldon B.A.

N. Spizz University

of Maryland

Joseph Staffa B.A. Fordham University Linda Joan Stanch B.A. Goddard College

Richard T. Walsh B.A. State University of New York at Stony Brook Jeffry Wayne Weinberger B.S. Clarkson College of Technology Suzanne Terry Weiss B.F.A. New York University

George R. Whittemore B.A. New York University

Stepper State University at Binghamton

of New York

Howard Joel Stern B.A. State University at Binghamton

Robert Wilson B.A. State University of New York at Old Westbury

of New York

Robert Scott Wolf B.A. Adelphi University Herbert G. Woods B.A. Brooklyn College

Marc L. Stern

B.S.

Seton Hall University

Robert Alan Stern B.S. Brooklyn College M.B.A. Pace University

Robin C. C. Wu B.A. Fordham University M.L.S. Columbia University

Gale Irene Stoppert B.A. New York University

Alvin Yanofsky B.B.A. Bernard M. Baruch College M .B.A. Pace University Thomas Joseph Zambito, Jr. B.A. Georgetown University¡

Barbara J. Sugarman B.A. Syracuse University Geoffrey Swaebe, Jr. B.A. Bowdoin College Richard Wayne Terrill B.S. Lock Haven State College M.Ed. Bloomsburg State College

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Harry Bruce Wallace A.B. Dartmouth College

Theodore George Werner B.A. St. John's University

Paul Carter Stein B.B.A. Pace University M.B.A. Pace University Michael B.A.

Nicholas Ivan Timko B.A. Duquesne University Leslie Gabriele Tishler B.B.A. Bernard M. Baruch College

David W. Shipper B.A. New York University Frances B.A. M.A.

David Winship Thompson B.A. Wesleyan University M.A.L.S.Wesleyan University

Dorothy Thurneau Zeman B.A. Hunter College David Reuben Zukerman B.A. Brandeis University


PRIZES TO BE AWARDED WALTER M. JEFFORDS, JR. DISTINGUISHED WRITING AWARD Jn Honor of Sylvester C. Smith, Jr. FACULTY AWARD E. Donald Shapiro STUDENT AWARD Lea Ellen Hixson ADJUNCT FACULTY CERTIFICATES

Jn recognition of Distinguished Service to the Scholastic Excellence of the Law School and the Profession FIVE YEARS OF SERVICE Anthony E. Davis Frank Fioramonti Charles F. Gibbs John G. Ingram Arnold S. Jacobs Seymour M. Peyser Frank R. Rosiny Philip J. Ruffo S. Bernard Schwarz THE TRUSTEES' PRIZE

For the Highest Average Clement A. Berard (Day Division For Three Years) Howard C. Edelman (Evening Division For Four Years) Robert F. Salvia (M.Y.A. Division For Three Years) WOODROW WILSON A WARD

For Proficiency in Constitutional Law Loretta Knauer Davis (Day Division) Howard C. Edelman (Evening Division) MORRIS J. AND BETTY KAPLUN FOUNDATION AWARD

For the Highest Average in Consumer Law Honoring the Memory of Daniel Grossman '25 William D. Kirchhofer Daniel H. Levine MURRAY STOCKMAN MEMORIAL AWARDS

For the Highest Average in the Law of Evidence Joseph A. D'Avanzo (Day Division) Francine L. Semaya (Evening Division) Robert F. Salvia (M.Y.A. Division) MILTON S. GOULD AWARD

For Proficiency in the Law of Contracts Cynthia M. Lupo (Day Division) ELSBERG PRIZE

For Proficiency in the Law of Contracts Kenneth B. Carnesi (Evening Division) D. GEORGE LEVINE MEMORIAL AWARDS

For the Highest Grade in the Law of Real Property Mary Libassi (Day Division) Howard C. Edelman (Evening Division) Robert F. Salvia (M.Y.A. Division)

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DEANE. DONALD SHAPIRO AWARD

For Student Leadership Claire Shows Hancock FACULTY AWARD

To Editor-in-Chief,New York Law School Law Review Cynthia M. Lupo SYLVIA D. GARLAND AWARD

For Excellence in Subjects Relating to Civil Litigation Cynthia A. Walters LOUIS AND SYLVIA JACKSON AWARD

For Outstanding Performance in Labor Relations Laws Howard C. Edelman HENRY B. ROTHBLATT CRIMINAL ADVOCACY WRITING AWARD Linda Joan Stanch ALBERT KALTER AWARD

For Excellence in Tax Law Steven A. Grumet GABRIEL GALEF AWARD

For Excellence in InternationalLaw Erik M. Strangeways PHILIP J. RUFFO LABOR LAW WRITING AWARD Leslie G. Tishler JOHN J. TORMEY AWARD

For Excellence in Wills, Trusts and Future Interests Clement A. Berard JOSEPH T. ARENSON AWARD

For Excellence in Wills and Decedents Estates Joseph A. D'Avanzo (Day Division) Carole A. Geronimo (Evening Division) Edward J. Larschan (M.Y.A. Division) ROBERT R. ROSENTHAL AWARD

For Excellence in New York Practice Marc L. Stern ALEXANDER D. FORGER AWARD

For Distinguished Service to the New York State Bar Association David W. Shipper NEW YORK LAW SCHOOL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION AWARDS Presented by Hon. Eli Wager '54 President of the Alumni Association DR. MAX REICH AWARD

For Excellence in Civil TrialAdvocacy Nelson F. Brinkerhoff PROFESSOR VINCENT LO LORDO AWARD

For Excellence in Administrationof CriminalJustice Peter T. Reese

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PROFESSOR IVAN SOUBBOTITCH AWARD

For Excellence in Poverty Law and Civil Rights Margaret B. Sandercock NEW YORK LAW SCHOOL LAW REVIEW AWARDS

For Outstanding Editorial Contribution Claire Shows Hancock Randi G. Kapelman PROFESSOR LUNG-CHU CHEN AWARD

For Excellence in the Field of Human Rights Erik M. Strangeways NEW YORK LAW SCHOOL JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL AND COMPARATIVE LAW

For Outstanding Editorial Contribution Emlyn H. Higa AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION AWARDS

For Excellence in the Law of Land Use and Local Government Robert F. Salvia Ronald V. Zezima HUMAN RIGHTS AWARDS

For Outstanding Editorial Contribution HUMAN RIGHTS is the official publication of the American Bar Association Section on Individual Rights and Responsibilities edited by New York Law School. Barry A. Kaplan *Erik M. Strangeways Suzanne Terry Weiss

*Midyeargraduate NATIONAL MOOT COURT TEAM AWARDS

For Serving With Distinction Janet E. Cohen

Helena Gorochow

CERTIFICATES OF MERIT Conferred by Student Organizations

To Members of the LAW REVIEW EDITORIAL BOARD Estelle Alpert, Staff Member Christine Lepera, Notes & Comments Editor Clement Berard, Staff Member Jeffrey Levitan '83, Research Editor Michael Buckley, Staff Member Mary Libassi, Staff Member Richard Byrne, Staff Member Steve Linn*, Staff Member John Carberry '83, Research Editor Cynthia Lupo, Editor-in-Chief Thomas Charbonneau, Notes & Comments Editor Matthew Mason, Articles Editor John Clancy '83, Research Editor Joseph McFarland, Staff Member Susan Colatsky, Research Editor Eric Michaels, Staff Member Joseph D'Avanzo, Staff Member Fay Ng, Notes & Comments Editor Loretta Knauer Davis, Notes & Comments Editor Ellen Perle '83, Research Editor George DeLuca, Staff Member Bruce Pulver, Research Editor Gail D'Italia, Notes & Comments Editor David Richmond, Staff Member Andrew Drogen, Research Editor Robert Salvia*, Staff Member Donna Ferrara, Staff Member Michael Schwartz, Staff Member Howard Fifer, Staff Member Jeffrey Seymour, Research Editor Ivy Fischer, Notes & Comments Editor Justin Shay, Staff Member Ralph Gazzillo*, Research Editor Diane Silvergleid, Notes & Comments Editor Paul Geoghan, Research Editor Martin Silverman '83, Notes & Comments Editor Claire Shows Hancock, Managing Editor Robert Steingut*, Staff Member Lea Hixson, Staff Member Gale Stoppert, Book Review Editor Deborah Jordan, Articles Editor Erik Strangeways*, Research Editor Randi G. Kapelman, Articles Editor David Thompson, Staff Member Robert Kiedaisch, Articles Editor Honey Waldman, Topics Editor Annette Koch, Staff Member Cynthia Walters*, Articles Editor Theresa Koncelik, Articles Editor Eric Weiss*, Staff Member Edward Larschan *, Staff Member Claire Zimmerman '83, Articles Editor

*Midyeargraduates

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To Members of HUMAN RIGHTS, the official publication of the American Bar Association Section on Individual Rights and Responsibilities edited by New York Law School. Kenneth Carnesi, Staff Member Joseph Staffa, Staff Member Barry A. Kaplan, Managing Editor Erik Strangeways*, Topics Editor Peter T. Reese, Articles Editor Suzanne Weiss, Topics Editor Margaret B. Sandercock*, Articles Editor David Zukerman, Articles Editor

"Midyeargraduates To Members of the STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION Barbara Champoux, Secretary Ilene Magdison, Treasurer Telesforo Del Valle Jr., Attorney General Frank W. Palillo, Chief Justice, Judicial Board John Gurdak '83, Representative Victor Re*, Representative Laurie L. Lau, Representative Darryl M. Semple, President David W. Shipper, Vice President

*Midyeargraduate To Membersof the MOOT COURT BOARD *Claire Shows Hancock *Joan Iacono Deborah Jordan *Ilene Magidson *Fay Ng *Thomas Rigilano *Robert Salvia (M.Y.A.)

*Camille Abate Janet Cohen *Elizabeth Corey Keith DeVries *Margaret Enloe (M.Y.A.) Thomas Gaffney *Helena Gorochow

*Order of the Barristers To Members of PHI DELTA PHI International Legal Fraternity Dwight Inn Chapter *Patrick J. O'Brien Evans C. Reitman-Swiss Manuel A. Romero Brian D. Rosenfeld Darryl M. Semple Justin Shay Frank Sheehan David W. Shipper Paul Stein *Robert C. Wilson

Judith Anselmo Eugene S. Callender Telesforo Del Valle, Jr. Estelle J. Flynn Linda G. Gimble Judith E. Goldenberg Scott H. Greenfield William M. Hirsch Christine Lepera Edith E. Mazier* Thomas L. McMahon

"Midyeargraduates

Franklyn C. Setaro Award of PHI DELTA PHI

For School Spirit and Service Telesforo Del Valle, Jr. Dwight Inn Award

In Recognition of Notable Services to the Law School Community Life Judith Elena Goldenberg

To Members of the JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL AND COMPARATIVE LAW EDITORIAL BOARD Richard P. Byrne, Notes & Comments Editor Barbara Elizabeth Champoux, Articles Editor Peter D. Close, Topics Editor Alan Friedmann, Associate Editor Joan Iacono, Book Review Editor

Howard Theodore Longman, Associate Louis Montresor, Associate Richard Charles O'Conor, Articles Darryl M. Semple, Associate David Thompson, Notes & Comments

Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor

To Members of the AEQUIT AS STAFF Mitchell I. Feld, Editor-in-Chief Brian Kerley, Reporter Alan Marcus, Reporter

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Ray Mechmann, Reporter Kenneth Raven, Production Editor Paul Scollan, Reporter


MARY S. COLEMAN

Thoughtful and reflective, persuasive and learned jurist, Chief Justice Mary Coleman of the Michigan Supreme Court was born in Forney, Texas. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Maryland in 1935 and completed the requirements for her Juris Doctor degree at George Washington University in 1939. Chief Justice Coleman took office in January, 1973, and was first elected Chief Justice on January 9, 1979. She was once again elected to the Michigan Supreme Court in January, 1981, and was re-elected Chief Justice on January 6, 1981. No "ivory tower judge," Chief Justice Coleman has served the bar with distinction and extraordinary dedication. She serves as Deputy Chairman of the prestigious Conference of Chief Justices of the United States and is a highly respected member of the National Association of Women Judges. Formerly, she was a member of the National Commission for the International Women's Year, a member of the Committee on State Financing of Courts for the State of Michigan, and President of the Michigan Probate and Juvenile Court Judges Association. Often on the cutting edge of judicial reform, Chief Justice Coleman served as a member of the Supreme Court Committee to draft the Michigan Juvenile Court Rules of Procedure which were adopted in 1969. She also served as a member of the State Bar Committee to revise the Criminal Code of Michigan which is now under the consideration of the Legislature. An inspired administrator, Chief Justice Coleman is admired for her thorough preparation and scholarly decisions; in particular, Doe v. Mitchell, involving the termination of parental rights; Wayne County Prosecutor v. Recorder's Court Judge, regarding the constitutionality of the State felony fire arms statute; Diziel v. Disco Laboratories, Inc., probing the intricacies of Workman's Compensation cases dealing with mental injuries; and Serafin v. Serafin concerning Lord Mansfield's Rule. A dedicated and articulate citizen, Chief Justice Coleman is a trustee of Albion College. Moreover, in recognition of her spirited advocacy of the rights of children, she serves as a member of the Advisory Committee on Children's Programs for the Edna McConnell Clark Foundation. Chief Justice Coleman has received honorary doctor of law degrees from Alma College, Olivet College, Eastern Michigan University, Western Michigan University, Detroit College of Law, Adrian College, University of Maryland, Saginaw Valley State College and Albion College as well as a doctor of humanities degree from Nazareth College. Chief Justice Coleman, as the guardian and champion of dispassionate justice and for the your beneficial influence upon the laws throughout the country, the Trustees of New York Law School are pleased and honored to confer upon you the degree of doctor of laws honoris causa with all the rights, privileges and honors thereunto appertaining.

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ALFONSE M. D' AMATO Legislator and dedicated public servant, Alphonse M. D'Amato, United States Senator for the State of New York, is the first American of Italian descent to serve in that capacity. Born in Brooklyn on August 1, 193 7, Senator D' Amato was raised in Island Park, Long Island, where he attended Chaminade High School in Mineola and subsequently went on to work his way through Syracuse University. Having earned a Bachelors degree from the University's College of Business Administration, D'Amato took his law degree at the Syracuse University Law School and was admitted to the New York State Bar in 1962. Upon his return to Long Island, Senator D'Amato assumed a position with the Nassau County Attorney's Office and later accepted an assignment to the County's Family Court. He also served as the Island Park Village Attorney and assistant Hempstead town attorney. In 1965, when he was 28, he was appointed Public Administrator of Nassau County - the youngest person ever to hold the position. In 1969, Senator D' Amato was chosen Hempstead Town's Receiver of Taxes, and in 1971 became Supervisor of Hempstead, the largest township in the nation. Re-elected with overwhelming pluralities, he served in that capacity for three terms. In 1977, Senator D'Amato was elected to the first of two terms as Presiding Supervisor of the Town of Hempstead, thereby ascending to the position of majority leader of the Nassau County Board of Supervisors, serving a population of 1. 5 million residents. Senator D'Amato holds membership on three influential Senate committees: the Senate Standing Committee on Appropriations; the Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs; and the Select Committee on Small Business. Senator D'Amato is chairman of the Subcommittee on Securities, an industry critical to the economic viability of New York State. In addition, he heads up the Urban and Rural Economic Development Subcommittee and the District of Columbia Subcommittee, which is the panel charged with overseeing the budget of the nation's Capitol city. He also sits on the following subcommittees: Defense, Foreign Operations, Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, Financial Institutions, Consumer Affairs, and Government Regulations and Paperwork. Senator D'Amato, for your distinguished achievements and dedication to the strength of this country's educational institutions, the Board of Trustees of New York Law School is proud to confer upon you the degree of doctor of laws honoris causa with all the rights, privileges and honors thereunto appertaining.

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ARCHBISHOP IAKOVOS Renowned prelate of the Greek Orthodox Church of North and South America, an eminent educator, gifted administrator and compassionate shepherd to his flock, His Eminence, Archbishop lakovos, was born on the island of Imvros, on July 29, 1911, where he received his primary education. He graduated with great honors from the Theological School of Halki of the Ecumenical Patriarchate in 1934, the same year in which he was ordained a deacon for the Metropolis of Derkon in Therapia, Istanbul. He served there with distinction for five years. He came to the United States in 1939 to assume the office of Archdeacon of the Greek Archdiocese, also accepting a position on the faculty of the Archdiocese's Theological School. In September 1942, he was appointed Dean of the Cathedral of the Annunciation in Boston where he served until 1954. While in Boston he received a Master of Sacred Theology at the Harvard Divinity School. In December of 1954, he was elected Bishop of Melita (Malta) and was assigned to the Archdiocese of Central and Western Europe. His consecration took place in the Patriarchal Church in Fener, Turkey, on February 6, 1955. In that same year he was appointed representative of the Ecumenical Patriarchate at the World Council of Churches which is headquartered in Geneva. At the age of 4 7, he was elected Archbishop of North and South America by the Holy Synod of the Ecumenical Patriarchate, shepherding 3,000,000 communicants located in over 550 churches in North and South America. Archbishop lakovos returned to the United States on March 31, 1959, and was enthroned April first, at the Holy Trinity Cathedral in New York City. Archbishop Iakovos has maintained close ties with Protestant, Episcopal and Roman Catholic Churches in the United States, especially within the World Council of Churches and the National Council of Churches. He is recognized as one of the leaders of the modern ecumenical movement for Christian unity. Long recognized as a religious leader in the United States, Archbishop Iakovos has accepted the invitations of Presidents John F. Kennedy, Richard M. Nixon, Lyndon B. Johnson and Gerald R. Ford to lead the nation in prayer at presidential inaugurations and celebrations. President Jimmy Carter bestowed upon the Archbishop the nation's highest honor, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, honoring him as a progressive religious leader concerned with human rights and the ecumenical movement. Your Eminence, Archbishop Iakovos, in recognition of your inspirational life in the service of a just and more compassionate society, the Board of Trustees of New York Law School is proud to confer upon you the degree of doctor of laws honoris causa with all the rights, privileges and honors thereunto appertaining.

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REX E. LEE

Dynamic scholar, lawyer and educator, Solicitor General Rex E. Lee's outstanding achievements are legion. Born on February 27, 1935, in Los Angeles, he attended Brigham Young University where he received his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1960. He earned his Juris Doctor degree in 1963 from the University of Chicago where he was named to the Order of the Coif. Having served as law clerk to Supreme Court Justice Byron White in 1963 and 1964, he became an associate with the law firm of Jennings, Strouss, Salmon and Trask in Phoenix, Arizona. He joined the firm as a partner in 1967. Serving the profession with distinction, Solicitor General Lee was appointed the founding dean of the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University in 1971. He held that position until 197 5, when he was named Assistant Attorney General in charge of the Civil Division of the United States Department of Justice. Returning to the deanship at Brigham Young University in 1977, he remained there until 1981, when President Ronald Reagan nominated Dean Lee as Solicitor General of the United States. He was confirmed on July thirty-first and sworn in on August 6, 1981. Solicitor General Lee is a member of the American Bar Association, the Arizona Bar Association, the Utah Bar Association and the District of Columbia Bar Association. He served as a member of the Board of Litigation of the Mountain States Legal Foundation, a public interest law firm, from 1978 until 1981. Solicitor General Lee is admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, the United States Court of Claims, the Arizona Supreme Court and the Utah Supreme Court. Rex E. Lee, for your dedicated and distinguished service to the administration of justice, the Board of Trustees of New York Law School is proud to confer upon you the degree of doctor of laws honoris causa with all the rights, privileges and honors thereunto appertaining.

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THOMAS

GREY WICKER

Noted journalist, award-winning writer, respected commentator and preeminent critic, Thomas Grey Wicker was born on June 18, I 926, in Hamlet, North Carolina. He attended public school in his home town and completed his Bachelors degree in 1948 at the University of North Carolina. He worked successfully as an editor for a number of North Carolina newspapers, and then, after training at Officers' Candidate School in Newport, Rhode Island in 1952, Thomas Wicker became an ensign in the United States Naval Reserve and served for two years in Japan. He was discharged in 1954 as a Lieutenant Junior Grade. Resuming his career, Thomas Wicker became sports editor of the WinstonSalem Journal in 1954 and then editor of the Sunday feature section in 1955. In 1957, he was transferred to the nation's Capitol to serve as the newspaper's Washington correspondent. During the academic year 1957-1958, he enjoyed a Nieman Fellowship at Harvard University. Returning to Winston-Salem, he served as editorial writer on the Winston-Salem Journal, and finally as their city hall reporter. In 1959, he became the Associate Editor of the Tennessean, in Nashville, Tennessee. Shortly thereafter, he joined the staff of the New York Times in Washington, covering the White House, Congress, and the national political arena. Appointed Chief of the Washington Bureau of The Times in 1964, he began writing the editorial page column, "In The Nation," in October of 1966. Two years later, Wicker was named Associate Editor of The Times. He was transferred to the New York offices of The Times as a columnist and Associate Editor in 1972. A respected author, Thomas Wicker has written seven novels and four nonfiction books, in particular, Kennedy Without Tears, On Press, and A Time to Die, which won the Christophers Award and the Mystery Writers of America Award. His articles have appeared in numerous magazines, including The Atlantic Monthly, Columbia Journalism Review, Esquire, Harpers, The New Republic, The New York Review of Books and The New Yorker. The academic world has chosen to recognize Mr. Wicker's excellence in journalism with honorary degrees from twelve prestigious colleges and universities. In April, 1979, he was presented with the William 0. Douglas Award for defense of civil liberties by Public Counsel, the public interest arm of the Los Angeles County Bar Association. Last year, his home state bestowed upon him the North Carolina Award in Literature. Thomas Grey Wicker, for your contemporary American thought, School is proud to confer upon causa with all the rights, privileges

gifted contributions to journalism and the Board of Trustees of New York Law you the degree of doctor of laws honoris and honors thereunto appertaining.

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HON. SHIGERU ODA

Conferred September 1, 1981 Spared by fate as a wartime pilot, Shigeru Oda progressed through preeminent scholarship to become a great statesman and compassionate judge, identifying with the whole of humankind, and brilliantly and tirelessly serving the common interest. His deep commitment, his light but profound touch, his cheerful and humane but realistic optimism, and his indefatigable energy, establish a model for us all. Insomuch as he highly honors the legal profession and our common humanity, the Board of Trustees of New York Law School is happy and proud to confer upon Judge Oda its highest accolade, the degree of Doctor of Laws, honoris causa.

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DEGREES WITH HONORS FEBRUARY, 1982 GRADUATING

CLASS OF FEBRUARY,

1982

Summa Cum Laude

Cum Laude

Robert F. Salvia

Barbara Gelberg Angerman Margaret A. Enloe Robert Gene Hicks Edward Joseph Larschan Margaret Buglass Sandercock Robert Steingut Joan Margot Wiesen

Magna Cum Laude Ralph Thomas Gazzillo William D. Kirchhofer Steven Robert Linn Eric M. Strangeways, Jr. Cynthia A. Walters Eric Steven Weiss

GRADUATING Summa Cum Laude Clement A. Berard Christine T. Lepera

Magna Cum Laude Carol M. Bast Richard P. Byrne Loretta Knauer Davis Andrew M. Drogen Howard C. Edelman Howard M. Fifer Paul V. Geoghan Carole A. Geronimo Claire Shows Hancock Randi G. Kapelman Annette R. Koch Mary Libassi Cynthia M. Lupo Honey Waldman

Cum Laude Frank Agostino Estelle Alpert Jeffrey M. Borofsky Michael B. Buckley William J. Byrne Thomas E. Charbonneau Susan D. Colatsky Joseph A. D'Avanzo Gail D'I talia George C. DeLuca Jeffrey S. Factor Jeffrey L. Ferguson Donna Ferrara

CLASS OF JUNE, 1982 Ivy S. Fischer Scott H. Greenfield Howard N. Hamel Steven M. Holtz Steven J. Hornstein Debra E. Jenkins Deborah M. Jordan Brian P. Kerley Robert F. Kiedaisch Robert C. Klein Matthew C. Mason Patricia A. Mcfarlin Eric J. Michaels Fay S. Ng John F. O'Halloran Robert E. O'Neill Irwin S. Ozer Bruce F. Pulver Leonard J. Schlangel Michael H. Schwartz Paul F. Scollan Francine L. Semaya Jeffrey C. Seymour Diane R. Silvergleid Linda J. Stanch Paul C. Stein Howard J. Stern Gale I. Stoppert David W. Thompson Rosario M. Vignali Richard T. Walsh Harry B. Wallace Theodore G. Werner Alvin Yanofsky Dorothy T. Zeman

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