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Michael Kelsen L’94 Michael Kelsen L’94 has been named one of Philadelphia’s top “40 under 40” for 2003 by The Philadelphia Business Journal. This annual list is comprised of the region’s most promising young professionals. Kelsen is Managing Director and General Counsel of Katalyst, a technology-focused investment and advisory firm.

Carl Messineo L’94, co-founder of the Partnership for Civil Justice Legal Defense and Education Fund, was featured in an article from the Washington Post about the Partnership’s role in defending activists’ rights in the D.C. area.

Jennifer A. Bromley L’95 was a featured speaker at Abington Senior High School’s Women’s Career Day. Bromley, an Assistant U.S. Attorney in Philadelphia, was invited to speak at the Pennsylvania high school by Paul S. Auh L’95, who currently teaches 11th-grade English there.

Meenu T. Sasser L’95 has been named shareholder of Florida law firm Gunster, Yoakley & Stewart, where she has practiced for over seven years. As a member of the firm’s Litigation Department, Sasser concentrates her practice in the areas of commercial law, intellectual property and general civil litigation.

Andrew J. Soven C’89 L’95 has joined Philadelphia law firm Reed Smith as a member of the litigation group, where he concentrates his practice in financial services class action litigation, employment law, and commercial litigation.

Alix R. Rubin L’96 has been named recipient of the 2003 Volunteer Lawyers for Justice “Attorney of the Year” award. Rubin is counsel in the litigation department of Lowenstein Sandler in Roseland, NJ.

Miguel del Pino L’97 was recognized as one of Argentina’s top “40 under 40” for 2003 by Latin Lawyer Magazine, in the business law publication’s annual list of the country’s most promising young professionals. Del Pino is an associate at Marval, O’Farrell & Mairal, one of Argentina’s oldest and largest law firms, where he focuses his practice in corporate and antitrust law.

Maria Cecilia Pasman L’97 was recognized as one of Argentina’s top “40 under 40” for 2003 by Latin Lawyer Magazine, in the business law publication’s annual list of the country’s most promising young professionals. Pasman focuses her practice in banking and capital markets as an associate at Estudio O’Farrell in Buenos Aires.

Elizabeth C. Surin L’97 has become a name partner in Philadelphia immigration law specialty firm Morley Surin & Griffin. She was formerly a partner at Drinker Biddle & Reath in Philadelphia.

First Lieutenant Craig Barrett L’98 is Assistant Staff Judge Advocate at the United States Marine Corps Base at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina. As a member of the Legal Assistance Department at Camp Lejeune, Barrett supervises the execution of wills for Marines and their dependants, as well as providing general counsel for service members.

Jason B. Daly L’98 has joined Boston-based Hinckley, Allen & Snyder as an associate in the Litigation Practice Group. Daly previously practiced as an attorney at Hale and Dorr in Boston.


With all the progress occurring at Penn Law, it stands to reason the Website would change too. And it has. The new site has more substance and is more accessible. It’s also easier to navigate, with links to the precise information alumni need. Plus, it sports a sleek new design. To wax nostalgic, alumni can take a virtual tour of the school and see the landmarks, or watch a slide show to revisit Philadelphia. Of interest as well are the class notes on your classmates’ activities and a news section with reports on the faculty and alumni and changes at the law school. Please go to www.law.upenn.edu to see for yourself all of the improvements to the Website.

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