Robert M. Greene, J.D. ’69, has received the Root/Stimson Award in recognition of his extensive community service to Buffalo, New York and Haiti. Robert is a partner at Philips Lytle LLP.
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Bernard M. Jones II, J.D. ’04, has been appointed as a member of the Board on Legislative Compensation for the State of Oklahoma. Bernard is currently Associate Dean for Admissions and External Affairs at Oklahoma City University School of Law.
Robert C. Weaver, an attorney at Garvey Schubert Barer, has been named a 2011 Oregon Super Lawyer. Robert focuses his practice on Criminal Defense: White Collar.
Andrew Murphy has joined the law firm of Maslon Delman Borman & Brand, LLP. Murphy focuses his practice in the areas of general commercial and employment litigation. He has also served as an Assistant Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of Notre Dame, teaching fundamental litigation skills.
Patrick Kilbane, an attorney in GrayRobinson’s Jacksonville office, was recently recognized as Florida Trend’s Legal Elite. This distinction honors attorneys in the state of Florida who have been voted by their peers as being the state’s legal readers.
Patrick was also recently selected as one of the Jacksonville Business Journal’s 40 Under 50. Kilbane, who focuses his practice on family and matrimonial law, was recognized for making a difference in the community as well as within his respective business.
Michael J. Whitton was named one of the nation’s top 10 golf industry attorneys by Golf Inc. magazine in its June 2011 issue. Whitton serves as managing partner of the San Diego office of Troutman Sanders LLP.
Dean A. Calland, a lawyer at Pittsburgh, PA law firm Babst Calland, has been named by Pennsylvania Super Lawyers magazine as one of the top lawyers in Pennsylvania for 2011. Mr. Calland was named in the environmental section.
Frank Julian was recently appointed to the Board of Trustees of the College of Mount St. Joseph. Frank currently serves as VP and Tax Counsel for Macy’s Inc.…
Cordell Carter, J.D. ‘07, is currently Director of Public Policy at Business Roundtable. Cordell is responsible for Education, Innovation and Workforce initiatives.
John F. Crowley will return full-time as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Amicus Therapeutics following his completion of temporary active duty with the University States Navy Reserve. Mr. Crowley previously let the Company as President and Chief Executive Officer from January 2005 through February 2010, and as Chairman and CEO until April 2011.
The Association of the Federal Bar of New Jersey presented the Justice William J. Brennan, Jr. Award to Thomas R. Curtin at its annual dinner June 21. The award is given to an outstanding lawyer whose contributions to the law are recognized by the Association as deserving of special and unique recognition as befits the name of Justice Brennan, in whose name the award is given.
Charles P. Reed is currently serving as President of the New Haven County Bar Association, a 1300 member voluntary local bar association in Connecticut. Charles is also the managing partner of Loughlin FitzGerald P.C.…
Mary Ellen Schill, has been reelected for a three year term on the board of directors of Ruder Ware, L.L.S.C.…
Christopher Schraff, J.D. ’72, has been ranked among the top attorneys in Ohio in the field of Natural Resources and Environment. Christopher is an attorney at Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP.…
Michael Hays and wife, Jenni, announce the arrival of their son, Tobin Li. Toby was born July 27, 2009 in Yunnan Province, China and came home to Elkhart, Indiana in June 2011. Big brothers Seth (age 9) and Eli (age 7) traveled to China with their parents to meet their new brother and accompany him home.
Lindsey Brazys has joined the firm of Sanders Pianowski, LLP, Elkhart, Indiana, concentrating her practice in Business Law, Real Estate, Creditor Rights and Litigation. Lindsey previously interned with a patent firm in Chicago, Illinoi, working on a range of intellectual property legal issues. She also worked as a law clerk for the Hon. Kathleen B. Lang of La Porte County Superior Court #1.
Patrick J. Kilbane, an associate at GrayRobinson, was recently included on the 2011 list of “Florida Rising Stars.” The list honors attorneys under the age of 40 who have been practicing law for less than 10 years.
Julia Meister, a board member for the Cincinnati Area Senior Services, was recently elected President of the organization. CASS delivers essential services to Cincinnati seniors, providing Meals-on-Wheels, transportation, and guardianship programs.
Diane M. Haller, J.D. ’86, was recently selected for inclusion in the 2011 Chambers USA. Chambers USA ranks the leading firms and lawyers in an extensive range of practice areas throughout America.…
Arthur A. Vogel, Jr., J.D. ’79, was recently selected for inclusion in the 2011 Chambers USA. Chambers USA ranks the leading firms and lawyers in an extensive range of practice areas throughout America.…
Edward F. Kelly has been appointed an Assistant Chief Immigration Judge, after serving as Senior Counsel and Chief of Staff in the Office of the Chief Immigration Judge, U.S. Department of Justice, Executive Office for Immigration Review.…
Gilbert Perez, an attorney at Henderson, Franklin, Starnes & Holt, P.A, has achieved Board Certification in Marital & Family Law by The Florida Bar. Perez concentrates his practice solely in divorce, marital and family law matters.…
Bucks County regional law firm Curtin & Heefner LLP recently announced that Ronalyn K. Sisson, a Notre Dame Law alumna and business and litigation lawyer, joined the firm. Sisson focuses her practice on business formation and counseling, commercial law, litigation and employment law. She is a resident in Curtin & Heefner’s Morrisville, Pa. office.
Tim Abeska, a partner in the South Bend office of Barnes & Thornburg LLP, was named a Distinguished Barrister by Indiana Lawyer. One of 15 attorneys across the state to receive the honor, Abeska was chosen based on his professional accomplishments, as well as his demonstrated leadership within the legal community.
Sean Seymore has been appointed to the Program in Science, Technology and Society at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology as a Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Visiting Associate Professor in Spring 2012.
MIT established the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Visiting Professor Program in 1995 to enhance and recognize the contributions of outstanding scholars. The program is designed to allow visiting professors to enhance their scholarship through intellectual interactions with MIT…
Eric Jensen, J.D., ’94, currently a Visiting Assistant Professor at Fordham University School of Law, has accepted a tenure track position at Brigham Young University’s J. Reuben Clark Law School.
Sean Seymour, J.D. ’06, Ph.D. Chemistry ’01, has been appointed Associate Professor of Law at Vanderbilt University Law School.
Joseph A. Tomain, J.D., ’01, has been hired as a new Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Louisville Louis D. Brandeis School of Law.
Derek Muller, J.D. ’07, currently a Visiting Assistant Professor of Law at the Dickensen School of Law at Penn State, has been hired by Pepperdine University School of Law.
The litigation practice group of Denver law firm Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck recently added Kathryn Barrett as an associate.
Before joining the firm, she was an associate at New York law firm Locke Lord Bissell & Liddell, where she focused her practice on patent, trademark, unfair competition, labor and employment and business litigation. She has experience in luxury consumer goods, medical devices, children’s toys, biotechnology and travel services.