News » Alumni Notes Classes 2010-2019

Eirene N. Salvi, ’15 J.D.


Salvi Schostok & Pritchard P.C. is pleased to announce that Eirene Salvi has accepted a position with the firm. Salvi comes to the firm from a prominent Plaintiff’s personal injury firm in Chicago. Salvi concentrates her legal practice on cases involving medical malpractice, personal injury and product liability. In her first trial, she helped obtain a verdict of over $1 million on behalf of a victim of medical malpractice. She is also interested in immigration law and ensuring that immigrants have access to justice.

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Elizabeth A. Scarola, ’08 BA & BS, ’14 J.D.


Elizabeth Scarola has joined the firm of Carlton Fields as an associate in the firm’s Health Care practice group. Prior to joining the firm, Scarola served as an extern at Together Health Network, where she assisted in a variety of operational and legal projects for a large healthcare network.

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Robert Theofanis, ’12 J.D.


Robert Theofanis is an associate in his father’s firm, The Law Office of Theofanis & Davidson, where he practices in the area of workers compensation. Theofanis married Alexandra Fries, ’13 J.D. in Santa Barbara and the couple now resides in Los Angeles.

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Gregory Bohan Ge, ’14 J.D.


Gregory Bohan Ge has joined the firm of Snell & Wilmer in the Los Angeles office. Gregory Bohan Ge focuses his practice in real estate and business transactions where he advises domestic and international clients on property acquisitions, office and retail leasing, joint ventures and securities law compliance.

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Jennifer N. Hernandez, ’10 J.D.


Jennifer Hernandez joined the firm of Avila Rodriguez Hernandez Mena & Ferri LLP, in Miami. Hernandez will practice in the firm’s Litigation and Arbitration Practice. Hernandez was named to the 2014 and 2015 Florida Super Lawyers “Rising Stars” list. Hernandez is also a board member for the Notre Dame Alumni Club of Miami.

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Megan K. Meyer, ’11 J.D.


Megan Meyer has been hired as Real Estate Counsel at Port Cincinnati Development Authority, an economic development agency that initiates projects to increase jobs and regional prosperity through real estate and community development.

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Katherine Merck, ‘12


Katherine Merck, a Notre Dame undergrad and current student at Gonzaga Law School, was crowned Miss Rodeo America and received a $25K scholarship which she plans to use toward an LL.M. in Tax. Merck’s plan is that her practice will eventually include helping farmers and ranchers with estate planning and water rights. Read more

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Corben A. Lee, ’15 J.D.


Gutwein Law, in Lafayette, Indiana is pleased to announce that Corben Lee has joined the firm in the practice area of business law.

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Nicole C. Ruggirello, ’08 BA, ’11 J.D.

Plunkett Cooney is pleased to announce that Nicole Ruggirello has joined the firm in its Bloomfield Hills, Michigan office. Ruggirello will practice in the Insurance Law Group where she will represent property and casualty insurance providers in coverage litigation that involves such complex issues as environmental contamination, construction defects, and products liability. Formerly, Ruggirello clerked in the Michigan Court of Appeals for Judge Michael Riordan.

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Patrick Folley, ’15 J.D.

Heyl Royster is pleased to announce that Patrick Folley has joined the firm as an associate in its Urbana, Illinois office. While at NDLS, Folley was a member of the Saint Thomas Moore Society, the Military Law Student’s Association, and the Intellectual Property Law Society.

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Damarius Miller, ’13 J.D.


Winstead PC is pleased to announce that Damarius “Mauri” Miller has joined its firm in the Dallas office. Miller represents public and private companies in areas of corporate and securities law, including corporate formation and structure, general corporate matters and other related transactions. He is an entrepreneur and business owner with an e-commerce startup in the beauty and fashion industry. At Notre Dame Law School, Mauri was active in local and regional levels of the Black Law Students Association and served as president of the Sports, Communications, and Entertainment Law Forum. He previously worked as an associate in the Indianapolis office of Faegre Baker Daniels LLP.

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Peter J. Kosydar, III, ’12 J.D.


Peter Kosydar has joined the firm of Bell Nunnally & Martin, LLP in Dallas. Kosydar joins the firm’s Corporate and Securities, Mergers and Acquisitions and Tax practice areas. Kosydar previously worked at Kreis, Enderle, Hudgins & Borsos, P.C. in Kalamazoo, Michigan.

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Alexander X. Shadley, ’10 BA, ’14 J.D.


Segal McCambridge Singer and Mahoney, Ltd. is pleased to welcome Alex Shadley as an associate in its Chicago office. Shadley will focus his practice on the litigation of toxic tort and complex commercial litigation matters. During his time as an undergraduate, he was a member of Phi Alpha Theta History Honors Society and participated in a study abroad program in Athens, Greece. Between college and law school, he worked as a teacher and coach for AmeriCorps. While in law school, he participated in Intensive Trial Advocacy and Deposition Skills seminars and was a representative for Themis Bar Review.

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Fighting for Unaccompanied Immigrant Children, One Client at a Time


In early June, Michael Hagerty, ‘13 J.D., a staff attorney with Public Counsel, a non-profit legal aid firm in Los Angeles, was in Visalia for the first time to represent a client in the Tulare County Probate Court. On that day a crucial guardianship hearing was set to take place—one that Hagerty knew was likely to determine the ultimate fate of his client’s immigration case. Though the process is complex, Hagerty knew that a favorable decision that day meant his client would likely get his green card eventually. A negative decision could very well have meant removal from the United States.

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Samantha N. Winter, ’11 J.D.


Samantha Winter joined Sacks Tierney in Scottsdale, Arizona as an estate and tax planning attorney. When not practicing law, she is an accomplished singer, having performed the National Anthem at numerous sporting events.

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Trevor L. Currie, ’14 J.D.

Trevor Currie joins Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek S.C. in its Corporate & Finance Practice Group in the Milwaukee, Wisconsin office.

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Andrew Ryan Stokesbary, ’12 J.D.


Drew Stokesbary was recently elected to his first term in the Washington State House of Representatives where he will represent a district in a suburban area located 30 miles southeast of Seattle. Stokesbary also is a practicing attorney in Seattle.

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Shaun Michael Kelly, '13 J.D.

Shaun Kelly has joined Morris, Nichols, Arsht & Tunnell, LLP as an associate with the firm’s Corporate & Business Litigation group in its Wilmington, Delaware office.

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Angela Johnson, ’14 J.D.


Angela Johnson has joined Faegre Baker Daniels in its South Bend office and will practice in the areas of labor and employment.

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Erin T. Escoffery, ’14 J.D.


Erin Escoffery has joined the firm of Taft Stettinius & Hollister, LLP as an associate in its Indianapolis office. Escoffery will practice in Taft’s Labor and Employment group.

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Krysta K. Gumbiner, ’14 J.D.


Krysta Gumbiner has joined the firm of Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP as an associate in its Indianapolis office. Gumbiner will practice in Taft’s Environmental group.

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Jeremy S. Kemper, ’11 J.D.

Jeremy Kemper recently became an Assistant Federal Public Defender in Bismark, North Dakota. In this new position, Kemper will spend a major part of his practice defending Native Americans charged with crimes under the Major Crimes Act (18 USC 1153).

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Joshua D.K. Figueira, ’13 J.D.

Joshua Figueira recently joined the firm of Kirton McConkie in Salt Lake City as an associate. Figueira will practice in the firm’s First Amendment section.

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Andrew M. Pauwels, ’14 J.D.

Andrew Pauwels, joins Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP in its Detroit office. Pauwels will practice in the firm’s litigation department.

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Jacqueline Pimentel-Gannon, '05 B.A., '07 M.Ed, '11 M.B.A., ’11 J.D.

Jacqueline Pimentel-Gannon, an associate with Faegre Baker Daniels, was presented with a Rising Star Award from the National Immigrant Justice Center at its annual awards luncheon. The award recognizes extraordinary commitment to ensuring access to justice and generosity in providing high quality pro bono services to clients with complex immigration cases.

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Daniel Hyzak, ’11 J.D.

Daniel Hyzak has joined the firm of Reminger Co., LPA in its Columbus, Ohio office. Daniel focuses his legal practice on a wide variety of areas including business and commercial litigation as well as matters involving oil and natural gas, land use and energy.

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