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Murray Kushner C'73, L'76 Appointed to Board of Overseers
Murray Kushner C'73, L'76, President of Schenkman & Kushner, a prominent real estate development firm in Northern New Jersey, has been appointed to the University of Pennsylvania Law Schools Board of Overseers. Kushner graduated summa cum laude with distinction in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa. He and his wife Lee have four children: Aryeh ENG 98/W98, Jonathan, a 1999 graduate from NYU, Marc C99, and Melissa C02. The Kushners have long supported philanthropy at the Law School and the University. Their generosity has also benefited the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ), the Rabbinical College of America, the U.S. Holocaust Museum in Washington, DC, the Jewish Educational Center, MetroWest Federation/United Jewish Appeal, and the Joseph Kushner Hebrew Academy, founded by his late father.
Board of Overseers Pays Tribute to Departing Members
At the Spring meeting of the Law Schools Board of Overseers in New York, Dean Michael A. Fitts and the Board paid tribute to members departing the Board at the expiration of their terms. Overseers who stepped down were Jeanne Olivier L79, Partner at Shearman & Sterling in New York, and Melvin Cantor L67, a retired partner of Simpson Thacher & Bartlett in New York. They were lauded for their contributions to the advisory board and for their counsel over the years to Dean Fitts, former Dean Colin S. Diver, and Interim Dean Charles W. Mooney, Jr.