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Returning to Reunite and Celebrate Penn Laws Bonds
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Penn Law graduates reunited in May to visit with classmates and to rediscover the Law School. Events began with the Law Alumni Society Third Annual Awards Reception. Dean Michael A. Fitts was joined by outgoing Law Alumni Society president Richard E. Rosin W65, L68 to honor distinguished graduates. The Honorable Arlin M. Adams L47, HON 98, Retired Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, was presented with the James Wilson Award, which was accepted on his behalf by his wife Neysa Adams. The Young Alumni Award was presented to John J. Grogan L93, founder and former director of Camden Legal Services. The Alumni Award of Merit was presented to Arlene Fickler C71, L74, Partner at Hoyle Morris & Kerr, and Marcia D. Greenberger CW67, L70, Co-President of the National Womens Law Center. Retiring Professor and Director of Biddle Law Library Elizabeth S. Kelly was presented with the Distinguished Service Award in recognition of her retirement from Penn Law School.

 
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