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Joel M. Carlins was featured in the Crain’s Chicago Business 2015 list of Who’s Who in Chicago in the real estate industry. He is co-CEO of Magellan Development Group LLC and principal at Joel M. Carlins & Associates.
Nicholas J. Motherway received a lifetime achievement award from the Jury Verdict Reporter. He is co-founder of Motherway & Napleton in Chicago, Ill., where he represents plaintiffs in cases involving profound injury or death and litigates select commercial cases.
Hon. Edward M. Burke Sr. (LAS ’65) was featured in the Crain’s Chicago Business 2015 list of Who’s Who in Chicago in the government. He is 14th Ward alderman and chairman of the committee on finance for Chicago.
Anthony R. Rossi was featured in the Crain’s Chicago Business 2015 list of Who’s Who in Chicago in the real estate industry. He is president of RMK Management Corp.
E. Lawrence Oldfield is a partner with the law firm Stock, Carlson, Oldfield & McGrath LLC, in Wheaton, Ill., where he practices in business law, real estate, wills and trusts, and civil litigation matters. He previously served as director and senior counsel for Huck Bouma PC in Naperville, Ill.
Carla R. Michelotti (LAS ’72, DHL ’08) was inducted into the American Advertising Federation Hall of Fame at a ceremony in New York City in April. She served as executive vice president, chief legal, government and corporate affairs officer for Leo Burnett until her retirement in October 2015. She is a member of DePaul’s board of trustees and is currently providing strategic consulting advice as president of Carla Michelotti LLC.
Jona Goldschmidt was featured in Crain’s Chicago Business for his quest to recover the art his paternal grandparents had to surrender to the Nazis during World War II. He is currently working with the Art Recovery Group of London and New York to recover “Tyrolean Woman with Cat” by Lovis Corinth. Goldschmidt is a professor in the criminal justice department at Loyola University Chicago.
Adrienne J. Hersh is of counsel at Momkus McCluskey LLC in the health care law practice. She handles cases involving applications for license, license investigations and discipline, license restoration and defense of health insurance audit.
Frank M. Clark (BUS ’72, LLD ’04) was featured in the Crain’s Chicago Business 2015 list of Who’s Who in Chicago in education industry. He is president of the Chicago Board of Education.
Robert A. Clifford (BUS ’73, LLD ’03) was featured in the Crain’s Chicago Business 2015 list of Who’s Who in Chicago in the law industry. He is senior partner at Clifford Law Offices PC.
Ernest J. Codilis Jr. established the Ernest J. Codilis Jr. Pre-Law Scholarship at Western Illinois University to help ease the burden of loan debt for students aspiring to be lawyers. The $10,000 annual scholarship is designated for pre-law honors students.
Stephen M. Komie represented the Illinois State Bar Association in Runnymede, England, in June 2015 for the rededication of the Magna Carta on its 800th anniversary.
Philip H. Corboy Jr. was named to Lawdragon Inc.’s list of 500 Leading Lawyers in America and to the Irish Legal 100, an annual compilation of the distinguished legal professionals in the United States who take pride in their Irish heritage. Corboy is a partner at Corboy & Demetrio in Chicago and serves on the board of trustees for the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Foundation.
Hon. Thomas M. Durkin (DHL ’14) was appointed to the Federal-State Jurisdiction Committee of the Judicial Conference of the United States by U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts.
Henry F. Marquard (LAS ’76) was appointed to the Iowa District Export Council by U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker. He is vice president and general counsel for Stanley Consultants Inc. in Muscatine.
Susan J. Bevan is a co-producer on the Sony Pictures Classics film “Equity,” which follows a female senior investment banker who is threatened by a financial scandal. The film is scheduled to be released in summer 2016.
Michael D. Connelly retired from his position as CEO of Cincinnati-based Mercy Health, where he served for 21 years.
Neil T. Goltermann, a senior attorney with Momkus McCluskey LLC, in Lisle, Ill., helped facilitate the acquisition of a Hungarian flavor production facility on behalf of the firm’s client, Flavorchem Corp.
Norman B. Berger joined Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek SC as a shareholder in the firm’s Chicago office. He represents a broad range of clients in business disputes involving real estate, manufacturing, employment, trademark and copyright, class action, corporate, bankruptcy, securities, the Employee Retirement Income Security Act and insurance issues.
Gary A. Dobbs is the Grundy County, Ill. public defender. He had served as assistant public defender since 1993 and also maintained his solo practice.
Mary L. Kandyba joined Wilson Elser’s Chicago office as of counsel. She focuses on short lines, terminal and switching railroads, and Class I railroads. She previously served as a partner at Daley Mohan Groble PC in Chicago.
Robert D. Kreisman (LLM) served as program moderator for “Overcoming Obstacles in the Medical Negligence Case” at the 2016 American Association of Justice winter convention in Boca Raton, Fla. He is founder and principal of Kreisman Law Offices in Chicago.
Hon. Kirk Dillard received a Doctor of Humane Letters from Western Illinois University in Macomb. He also was featured in the Crain’s Chicago Business 2015 list of Who’s Who in Chicago in government. Dillard is chairman of the Regional Transportation Authority and a partner at Locke Lord LLP in Chicago. He previously served as an Illinois state senator, a judge on the Court of Claims and chief of staff to former Illinois Gov. Jim Edgar.
Richard K. Johnson was selected for inclusion in the 2016 edition of Illinois Super Lawyers. He has been listed in the publication each year since 2008. Johnson is an attorney with Katz, Friedman, Eagle, Eisenstein, Johnson & Bareck, where he represents injured workers.
James C. McWhinnie was confirmed by the state senate and sworn in as judge of the District Court of the 1st Circuit in Honolulu in November 2015. He previously served as a director and attorney with law firm Damon Key Leong Kupchak Hastert, where he specialized in civil litigation.
Larry R. Rogers Sr. (DHL ’09) was listed in the 2016 Best Lawyers, and his law firm, Power, Rogers & Smith PC, was ranked in Tier 1 for Mass Tort Litigation/Class Actions Plaintiffs in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Law Firms 2016.
Charles E. Weaver is an Illinois state senator in the 37th District. He will serve through January 2017.
Susan C. Weidel and her dog, Little Red, were featured in the award-winning documentary “The Champions,” which follows five of the pit bulls rescued from NFL quarterback Michael Vick’s dog fighting ring.
Hon. Thomas J. Kelley was elected to the Cook County Circuit Court in 2004. He is currently a trial judge in the Domestic Relations Division.
Cynthia M. Van Ort is lead privacy officer for the Western hemisphere and chief privacy officer for North America at Citigroup Inc. She oversees activities related to the company’s privacy policies and procedures in Canada and the United States.
Thomas P. Lally was awarded the Coast Guard Commendation Medal upon his retirement as chief warrant officer. Lally served for 24 years, including 15 months of active duty as an FOIA legal officer for the Gulf Coast incident management team in New Orleans.
Phillip J. Weber was promoted to CEO of Forestar Group Inc. and elected to the board of directors. He was previously executive vice president of water resources. Prior to joining the company, he served in executive positions at the Federal National Mortgage Association.
Stephan D. Blandin (LAS ’83), founding partner and principal at Romanucci & Blandin LLC, was selected for inclusion in the 2016 edition of Illinois Super Lawyers.
David P. Novak is vice president of advancement for Des Plaines-based Lutheran Social Services of Illinois, a nonprofit organization that provides statewide social services. He previously served as director of gift planning at Valparaiso University in Indiana.
Paul Bozych is a senior partner at Nielsen Zehe & Antas PC, where he focuses on product liability, professional liability and services, health care and commercial litigation.
Patrick D. Parker is vice president of labor relations for ArcelorMittal USA, where he serves as chief negotiator in union negotiations and is the administrator of existing collective bargaining agreements.
Maria Tolva Mack, a partner at Mulyk, Laho & Mack LLC, was selected for inclusion in the 2016 edition of Illinois Super Lawyers. She also was selected to serve as guardian ad litem for abuse and neglect cases in the DuPage County juvenile court.
Anita M. Ventrelli was ranked no. 3 on Leading Lawyers magazine’s list of women divorce lawyers and no. 8 on its list of women consumer lawyers. She is a senior partner at Schiller DuCanto & Fleck LLP, where she represents professionals, athletes, executives, entrepreneurs and others.
Michael J. Dickman is an adjunct law professor at South Suburban College in South Holland, Ill.
Michele M. Jochner (LLM ’92), a partner at Schiller DuCanto & Fleck LLP, received the 2015 Top Women Lawyers in Leadership Award from the Women’s Bar Association of Illinois and was appointed as the vice chair of the minimum continuing legal education board for the Illinois Supreme Court.
Brian J. Cook is executive vice president of USG Corp., and is chief administrative officer and president of the USG Foundation. He has been with company since 1981 and most recently served as a senior vice president.
Marc D. Ginsberg (LLM) was appointed professor-reporter of the Illinois Supreme Court Committee on Illinois Evidence. He is an associate professor and director of the Center for Advocacy & Dispute Resolution at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago.
Juliana W. Stratton is director of the University of Illinois at Chicago Center for Public Safety and Justice.
John C. Theiss is a partner in the construction litigation group of Dorsey & Whitney LLP in Seattle, where he represents clients in matters related to the construction, design and manufacturing industries. Prior to joining the firm, he served as partner at Davis Wright Tremaine LLP.
David W. MacDonald joined Warner, Norcross & Judd LLP as senior counsel. His focus is business and real estate law with an emphasis on business formation, mergers and acquisitions, and commercial and retail leases.
Hon. Daniel B. Shanes was selected to serve on the board of trustees of the newly formed Illinois Judicial College. He is a circuit judge in Lake County, Ill., and a faculty member at The National Judicial College.
James F. Volpe is chief of the police department in Wheaton, Ill. He has served the department for 32 years, most recently as division commander of investigations.
James P. Arrigo is a principal at the Chicago office of Chuhak & Tecson PC in the condominium group. He joins the firm from Tressler LLP in Bolingbrook, Ill., where he was a senior associate attorney.
Laura N. Ashmore (THE ’91) is a partner at Chicago law firm Davis Friedman, where she specializes in family law. Additionally, Ashmore serves as first vice president of the Illinois chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers.
Justin C. Dearborn is CEO and a board member of Tribune Publishing. He previously served as CEO of Merge Healthcare.
Anthony P. Pecora is senior vice president and director of compliance at Associated Bank in Chicago. He oversees the compliance program for Associated Investment Services. Previously, he served as senior vice president and head of compliance at Northern Trust Corp.
Natalie M. Nissen Perry, a partner at Ice Miller LLP, was named a fellow in the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel in 2016. She focuses her practice on estate, gift and income tax planning for high net worth families and owners of closely held businesses.
Christopher R. Kelly (LLM) is founder and CEO of Emergency Physician Partners in Franklin, Tenn., which opened in December 2015 to help private emergency medicine practices manage business and maintain clinical independence.
Margaret A. Larrea was promoted to captain in the U.S. Navy JAG Corps. She is currently assigned as ocean policy advisor at the Executive Office of the President, Washington D.C.
Mary Cay Marubio (LAS ’92) is an administrative law judge (ALJ) at the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation, where she hears cases against licensed professionals, such as physicians and real estate appraisers. She also is the ALJ for the Division of Banks and hears cases against state-chartered banks, mortgage loan originators and mortgage lending entities.
Robert J. Palmersheim, a partner at Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP in Chicago, was recognized as a client service all-star in 2016 by BTI Consulting Group. He is a partner at Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP in Chicago.
Steven A. Eisenberg (LLM) is general counsel for US Acute Care Solutions, which provides physician and clinician education, recruiting and retention services to hospitals throughout the country. He previously served as vice president and general counsel for AssuraMed in the Cleveland-Akron, Ohio, area.
Bret R. Klemetson is a partner at Lisle, Ill., law firm Momkus McCluskey LLC, where he focuses on mergers and acquisition, joint ventures, business entity selection, succession planning and contracts.
Bradford S. Krause is a partner at Nielsen Zehe & Antas PC, where he focuses on product liability, construction, commercial litigation, medical malpractice and health care.
David Michael Murray is a partner at Jones Day in the mergers and acquisitions practice.
Julie A. Di Caro is an update anchor for radio station 670 The Score. She also is a columnist for CBSChicago.com.
Douglas A. Boodt is founder of the Law Office of Douglas A. Boodt LLC, a family law, criminal defense, estate planning and probate law firm in Orland Park, Ill.
Matthew P. Gunn is a partner with Dinsmore & Shohl LLP in Louisville, Ky. He is a member of the labor and employment department and represents privately held and publicly traded corporations in business immigration matters.
Jennifer A. Niemiec is an equity partner at Chicago law firm Franczek Radelet PC, where she represents public and private sector management clients in all aspects of traditional labor and employment law matters and labor relations.
Kimberly M. Pate Godden is vice president of legal and government relations for Superior Ambulance Service, which serves Michigan, Indiana and Illinois. She also is a board member of the American Ambulance Association.
Laura C. Wolfe released her young adult novel, “Trail of Secrets,” in August, which explores a mystery in a Northern Michigan horse camp trail.
Jeffrey J. Antonelli was interviewed for the December Bloomberg Business article, “Your Kid Just Got a Drone. Should You Get Insurance?” He is founder of Antonelli Law Ltd., in Chicago, where he leads the drone/UAS practice group.
Christopher W. Goode was selected for inclusion in the 2016 edition of Kentucky Super Lawyers. He has been included in the list each year since 2012. Goode is a partner at Bubalo Goode Sales & Bliss, where he focuses on protecting the rights of injured individuals in complex cases that involve dangerous drugs, defective medical devices, faulty products and nursing home neglect.
Frank A. Sommario (BUS ’97), a partner at Romanucci & Blandin LLC, was selected for inclusion in the 2016 edition of Illinois Super Lawyers. He also was named an Emerging Lawyer by Leading Lawyers in 2016.
Daniel Q. Herbert, a former police officer, is lead attorney at Daniel Q. Herbert & Associates law firm in Chicago. The firm specializes in matters concerning police officers and other Chicago city workers.
Kevin M. Nelson spoke at the 12th European Generic and Biosimilar Medicines Association Legal Affairs Conference, held in March in Brussels, Belgium. He discussed developments in the U.S. law and regulatory pathway for biosimilars, a biological product that is highly similar to a product already FDA-approved. Nelson is a partner at Duane Morris LLP & Affiliates in Chicago.
Alex R. Thiersch joined the LA-based boutique health care law firm Nelson Hardiman LLP as of counsel in the firm’s new Chicago office. Thiersch is the founder and director of the American Med Spa Association and owner of Thiersch and Associates.
Rachel E. Yarch is a partner at Burke, Warren, MacKay & Serritella PC in Chicago, where she leads the employment law practice group. Before joining the firm, Yarch was a partner with Kopon Airdo in Chicago.
Courtenay C. Youngblood Jalics was promoted to counsel at Tucker Ellis LLP, where she focuses on products liability, medical and pharmaceutical liability, and construction litigation, defending clients in federal multidistrict litigations and state proceedings across the country.
Steven M. Brandstedt was named an Emerging Lawyer by Leading Lawyers in 2016. This is the second year he has received the distinction.
Amy L. Felder joined Collins Einhorn Farrell PC in the insurance coverage practice group. She represents insurance companies throughout the United States in a wide variety of complex first- and third-party insurance coverage disputes.
Juan C. Linares is chairman of the Illinois advisory committee for the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights and executive director of the Latin United Community Housing Association in Chicago.
Lisa M. Tamburini was appointed co-director of the Midwest region for the Hedge Fund Association, where she will organize educational and networking events. She serves as chief compliance officer for RMB Asset Management and as legal counsel for RMB Capital in Chicago.
Emily Todd Bastedo was named chief of staff to Illinois First Lady Diana Rauner. Previously, she served as associate general counsel to Gov. Bruce Rauner.
Wendy M. Musielak (BUS ’99) was named an Emerging Lawyer by Leading Lawyers in 2016. She is a family law attorney with Andrew Cores Family Law Group, a division of Esp Kreuzer Cores LLP.
Melissa R. DeVantier (MBA ’04) is president of the Fox Valley Estate Planning Council, an organization made up of professionals from diverse disciplines who are involved with the estate planning process. She is an attorney at McCarthy Law LLP in Appleton, Wis.
Anthony E. Derwinski was selected for inclusion in the 2016 Colorado Super Lawyers’ Rising Stars list. He is director of civil litigation at Denver-based law firm Ruegsegger Simons Smith & Stern LLC.
Christopher M. Smith received the Thomas Award for Excellence in Appellate Advocacy from the Michigan Appellate Defender Commission in 2015. He is an assistant defender for the State Appellate Defender Office.
Andrew R. Smith (MS ’05) is part owner of Ten Ninety Brewing Co., an 11,000-square-foot brewery and taproom in Glenview, Ill., that opened in April.
Daniel R. Lombard joined Quinn, Emanuel, Urquhart & Sullivan LLP as a partner focusing on complex commercial litigation. He previously served as a partner at Kirkland & Ellis LLP.
Chantelle A. Porter was promoted to partner at A. Traub & Associates in Lombard, Ill., where she focuses on family law, juvenile criminal defense, DCFS abuse and neglect, domestic violence, orders of protection, landlord tenant law and civil litigation defense.
Catherine Rische joined Miller, Johnson, Snell & Cummiskey PLC in the Grand Rapids, Mich., office. She is a transactional employee benefits attorney specializing in health care issues and general plan administration. She was previously a partner at Johnson & Krol LLC.
Lisa M. Sterneck Katz is a shareholder at Polsinelli PC in Chicago, where she focuses on health care transactional and regulatory compliance and the financial services industry.
Casey B. McMillan joined Swanson, Martin and Bell LLP in Chicago as of counsel. She focuses on legal matters in the entertainment industry with an emphasis on television and motion picture. She was previously as an attorney for HARPO Productions Inc., where she provided legal counsel for a variety of TV shows including “The Oprah Winfrey Show.”
Carlos Montoya joined JPMorgan Chase & Co. as a vice president in the human resources law group.
Christopher J. Nadeau is a partner at Traub Lieberman Straus & Shrewsberry LLP in Chicago, where he focuses on insurance coverage, excess monitoring and casualty defense.
Jeffrey J. Scolaro was promoted to partner at Daley Mohan Groble PC, where he is an advisor and trial attorney for businesses, defending them against personal injury, contract and employment claims.
Blake A. Strautins was selected for inclusion in the 2016 Illinois Super Lawyers’ Rising Stars list. He is an associate at Kluever & Platt LLC, where he focuses on Fair Credit Reporting Act violations, consumer fraud, antitrust, breach of contract, breach of warranty and unjust enrichment.
Megan J. Claucherty (MBA ’08) joined Harris Associates LP as a senior attorney. She was previously an attorney with Vedder Price.
Dima Khalidi is founder of Chicago-based Palestine Legal, an independent organization that protects the civil and constitutional rights of people in the United States who speak out in support of Palestine.
Avanti Bakane, an attorney with Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, was selected as the central regional governor for the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association for the 2017-2019 term.
Lisa Duarte is vice president of Cornerstone Government Affairs. She previously served as legislative counsel for Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and acting chief of staff to the Mayor’s Economic Council.
Emily R. Herrell performed at the Chicago Sketch Comedy Festival in January. Her comedy duo, “Sister Wives,” was chosen out of hundreds of applicants. She is an associate attorney with Debt Stoppers Bankruptcy Law Firm.
Alexia N. Whitaker is the affirmative action officer for University of Washington in Seattle. She previously served as a program manager in the Office of Affirmative Action at Arkansas State University.
Gilliam M. Horwood was appointed to the Boston Conservation Commission by Mayor Martin J. Walsh. She is waterfront policy analyst for the Boston Harbor Association.
Anna M. Lozoya, an attorney and registered nurse, is of counsel for Michael V. Favia & Associates, where she focuses on independent medical examination matters in workers compensation cases.
Sierra M. Poulson is an equal employment opportunity compliance manager for Union Pacific. She previously practiced at Sattler & Bogen LLP, where she defended other Class 1 railroads and short lines in employment and Federal Employees Liability Act/Locomotive Inspection Act litigation.
Loren A. Sanderson is an associate attorney with law firm Kious, Rodgers, Barger, Holder and Kious PLLC in Murfreesboro, Tenn., where she practices in the area of family law. She previously served as director of policy research and education for the Tennessee Equality Project’s Nashville committee.
Ge Wang owns ESQ Clothing, a custom clothier in Chicago’s West Loop.
Rachelle R. Ketchum is a trial attorney with the U.S. Department of Justice Antitrust Division in Washington, D.C. She was previously a judicial clerk for the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Michigan.
Megan A. Wagner Natalino is an adjunct professor at Judson University in Elgin, Ill., and a full-time high school social studies teacher in Illinois School District U-46, the second largest district in the state. She also practices law part time, focusing on small business needs and noncomplex wills and trusts, and is the mother of 3-year-old twins.
Daniel T. Sylvester was profiled in an article by Bloomberg that highlighted his ability to maintain more than 2,000 billable hours as an associate at Holland & Knight LLP, while providing pro bono legal work for veterans.
Brandon C. Clark is an associate in the litigation practice of Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP in Washington, D.C., where he focuses on construction law and complex commercial litigation.
Kevin P. Fanning Jr. is an associate attorney at Verros, Lafakis & Berkshire PC in Chicago. He previously served as chief of staff to Cook County Finance Chairman John P. Daley.
Kevin P. Ray (LLM) presented “What’s Fair: Street Art, Appropriation Art, and the Law” at Washington University’s spring assembly series in February. He serves as of counsel for Greenberg Traurig LLP in the Chicago office.
Kimberly Rios, a judge advocate in the U.S. Navy JAG Corps, was promoted to lieutenant.
Julie M. Fontanarosa joined Joseph W. Pieper, Attorney at Law LLC, where she focuses on probate litigation, minor and adult guardianship, decedent’s estates and estate planning.
Stephanie A. Garces is an associate at Heyl Royster in Chicago, where she focuses on business and commercial litigation, Section 1983 civil rights litigation, and toxic torts and asbestos.
Christopher J. Ginn is a judge advocate in the U.S. Air Force JAG Corps at Kadena Air Base on Okinawa Island, Japan.
Rafael A. Mangual joined the legal policy staff at the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research Inc., in New York in August 2015. He also coauthored two op-eds on U.S. political website The Hill.
Arsalan Nayani was elected treasurer of the Indian-American Bar Association of Chicago. He is an associate with the government law group at Hinshaw Culbertson LLP.
Ashley M. Steinhoff is an associate attorney at Anderson & Associates PC in Schaumburg, Ill., where she focuses on family law.
Paul I. Kravetz (JD ’92) and his wife, Vicky, welcomed their daughter, Emily, on January 10, 2016. Kravetz is a partner at Staas & Halsey LLP in Washington, D.C.
Staci A. Garner (JD ’02) and her husband, Andrew French (MA ’08), welcomed their daughter, Fiona Jean Louise, on September 9, 2015. Garner teaches eighth-grade humanities at the University of Chicago Laboratory Schools.
Jennifer Cassell (JD ’08) and her husband, Reggie Wright, proudly announce the birth of their daughter, Adelyn, on October 4, 2015.
Ashley T. Corbitt (JD ’09) married Christopher Sweeney on April 23, 2016, at University Club of Chicago, where the couple met in 2013.
Pablo A. Godoy (JD ’09) and Anne R. Ryder (JD ’09) were married in August 2015. He is a trial attorney in the U.S. Department of Justice Civil Rights Division, and she is an attorney in the U.S. Department of Labor solicitor’s office.
Lynn H. Tubalinal (BUS ’00, JD ’13) and her husband, Paul, and daughter, Mikayla, welcomed Xander James Tubalinal to their family on January 4, 2016.
Kyle G. Kamego (LAS ’09, JD ’15) and his wife, Jessica (EDU ’09), welcomed their third son, Logan Arthur, on March 27, 2015. Kamego is an attorney with Robert H. Rosenfeld & Associates LLC in Chicago and was named a board member and treasurer for the inaugural Chicago Fire Foundation Associates.
S. Naseem Anjam, JD '83Fredric Attermeier, LLM '87James Bauer, JD '58Jordan Bell, BUS '59, JD '62Seymour Berman, JD '41Warren Brockmeier, JD '52Sheldon Brottman, JD '59William Carroll, JD '36Gary Cichon, JD '71Brian Duff, JD '62Bernard Echlin, BUS '48; JD '52William Francois, LAS '64, JD '67Joseph Greco, LAS '64, JD '70Robert Guilfoyle, JD '64James Heelan, JD '62Richard Heinz, LAS '48, JD '51Michael Jaharis, JD '58Charles Kaleta, Jr. JD '64Kurt Klein, JD '72Eliot Landau, JD '67Robert Lasky, JD '62Edward Leahy, LAS '46, LAW '48Ian Levin, BUS '61, JD '66George Lynch, JD '62Siva Martin, JD '53Joseph Mulhern, JD '51Morgan Murphy Jr., JD '69John Murray, JD '50Stanley Perry, JD '53John Purney, JD '59Gerald Shea, JD '69Edward Sonkin, JD '71Rose Stein, JD '90Gerald Sullivan, JD '91Joseph Tybor, LAS '74, JD '81Lawrence Walner, MUS '54, JD '56
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