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Christopher B. Mora Lí99 accepted a commission as an officer in the Navyís Judge Advocate Generalís Corps. He entered basic training in Newport, Rhode Island in the Fall of 1999 and was appointed to his first tour of duty station on the Mississippi gulf coast in Gulfport-Biloxi. Currently, he is primarily a trial defense attorney having tried over twenty courts-martial across a thirteen-state region representing Sailors and Marines. He also serves as a legal assistance attorney and manages a staff of civilian and military personnel in his law office. Most recently, he was nominated for Officer of the Quarter.

Michael C. Kochkodin Lí00 joined the Philadelphia law firm Drinker, Biddle & Reath as an associate in the firmís litigation department. Kochkodin will focus his practice on commercial litigation.

Margaret OíShea Lí00, who is clerking for the Honorable Myron H. Bright, U.S. Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit, received a two-year Associate Attorney appointment at the Earthjustice Legal Defense Fund (formerly Sierra Club Legal Defense Fund) in Seattle where she will work on environmental issues affecting the Northwestern United States.

Ilana Knopf Lí01 was selected for the U. S. Department of Justice Attorney General Honors Program. Knopf will serve in the Departmentís Environmental and Natural Resources Division, Enforcement Section.

 
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