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David F. Simon L’77 has been named Senior Vice President and General Counsel for the Jefferson Health System in Pennsylvania. Simon formerly served as Chief Counsel for the Pennsylvania Insurance Department in Harrisburg, PA.
James E. Nevels L’78 WG’78 has been presented with the 2003 Award by the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia. Nevels is the founder and CEO of The Swarthmore Group, an independent investment advisory firm based in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania.
William L. Henn, Jr. L’79 has cofounded a new minority-owned in Baltimore, specializing in public finance. A former partner with Piper Rudnick in Baltimore, Henn, along with two other Piper Rudnick partners, created McKennon, Shelton, & Henn as a minority-woman-owned enterprise with the support of Piper Rudnick.
M. Kelly Tillery L’79, Senior Partner at Philadelphia law firm Leonard, Tillery & Sciolla and chair of the firm’s Intellectual Property and E-Commerce group, has been appointed to serve on the National Arbitration’s Forum Intellectual Property Arbitration Panel. The National Arbitration Forum is a leading national provider of neutral arbitration, mediation, and other alternative dispute resolution services.
Gregory Berry L’80, Professor of Law at the Howard University School of Law, was selected as the 2003 School of Law “Professor of the Year,” along with receiving a “Distinguished Faculty Author” award from the President of Howard University.
Roxanne Khazarian L’80 has been appointed General Counsel of Kaplan, Inc., an educational testpreparation service based in New York. She was formerly of General Counsel to the Ethan Allen home furnishings company.
Clifford Scott Meyer L’81 has joined the Philadelphia firm Montgomery, McCracken, Walker & Rhoads, where he concentrates his practice on nonprofit, educational, and religious institutions.
Kevin R. Reitz L’82 has coauthored a new book with Henry Ruth L’55. The Challenge of Crime: Rethinking Our Response has been recently published by the Harvard University Press. The book explores what the authors consider a revolution in American response to crime in the past 35 years and the need to rethink policy and results in light of this change. Reitz is a professor at The University of Colorado School of Law.
Michael J. Biondi L’83 has been named
Chairman of Investment Banking at Lazard, a Paris-based investment bank.
Biondi formerly served as Chairman and CEO of the international law firm
Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein.
Allan B. Duboff WG’84, L’84,
a partner at Richman, Mann, Chizever, Phillips & Duboff in Beverly Hills,
was elected Chair of the Business and Corporations section of the Los
Angeles County Bar Association.
Eugenia (Jenny) McGill L’84 currently
does free-lance consulting on law and social development issues for the
Asian Development Bank and other development organizations. Recent projects
include social impacts of international trade agreements, human trafficking
in South Asia, and gender and ethnic minority issues Laos. McGill worked
previously for Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen and Hamilton in New York and Hong
Kong, and for the Asian Development Bank located in the Philippines.
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