A Message from the Dean
Mission Iraq
Dealmakers
A 1L Odyssey, Part 2
Isabelle Johnston Bids Farewell
Gloria Watts, Beloved Registrar, Gets Big Send-Off
The Brief
Graduation / Reunion
The Board of Overseers
Faculty News & Publications
Philanthropy
Alumni Briefs
In Memoriam
 
Briefs  
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FEATURED BRIEFS
1960s
 

RICHARD R. BLOCK L’62 is now a member of the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board, after receiving a nomination by Governor Rendell and approval by the Pennsylvania State Senate in April of 2004.

STEVEN A. SHELLER L’63 has been appointed by the Cape May School of Media Arts as Chairman of the Board of Trustees. Sheller is founder and managing partner of Sheller Ludwig & Badey, one of the largest plaintiff’s personal injury and class action law firms in the Eastern United States. He is also a member of the Drexel University Board of Trustees; serves on the honorary board of Friends of Cape May Jazz, Inc., which produces the Cape May Jazz Festival; and sits on the Foundation of The University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey Board of Trustees.

ANDREW B. CANTOR L’64 was elected Secretary of the Montgomery County Community College Board of Trustees. Cantor is a partner at the law firm of Wisler Pearlstine Talone & Craig in Blue Bell, PA.

JAMES A. STRAZZELLA L’64 was named President of the Board of the Smith Memorial Playground and Playhouse in Philadelphia. Strazzella currently
holds the J.G. Schmidt Chair in Law at Temple University.

WILLIAM A. MOGEL L’66
was honored by the 2,000 member Energy Bar Association which established a Summer Intern Scholarship for law students in Washington D.C. in his name. Mogel founded the Energy Law Journal and served as its Editorin-Chief for 25 years.

 
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