Together Again Amidst gorgeous New York City spring weather, 12 classes from 1955 to 2010 gathered at NYU School of Law last May for Reunion 2015. The weekend events included academic programming, dining, dancing, and outdoor activities. At dinners held for the reunion classes, four alumni were honored for their exceptional work at the Law School and in their careers. See related photo gallery at law.nyu.edu/media2015
At the Saturday class dinners (left), Andrew Sagor ’10 popped over to greet his father, Elliot Sagor ’65, LLM ’70. A first for the Law School, the Sagors celebrated their fifth and 50th reunions, respectively.
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Dean Trevor Morrison presented the Public Service Award to Thomas Buergenthal ’60 (right), praising the former judge of the International Court of Justice as a model of the values that the Law School hopes to instill in its students. Buergenthal has also served as a judge on the Administrative Tribunal of the Inter-American Development Bank and as judge and president of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights.
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