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Dealmakers
A 1L Odyssey, Part 2
Isabelle Johnston Bids Farewell
Gloria Watts, Beloved Registrar, Gets Big Send-Off
The Brief
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The Board of Overseers
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FEATURED BRIEFS
1960s
 
STEPHEN J. CABOT L’67 has left his post as Senior Partner and Chairman of the Labor Relations and Employment Law Department at the law firm of Harvey Pennington Cabot Griffith & Renneisen Ltd. to be a Partner at Saul Ewing LLP in Philadelphia. In addition, he recently published the Stephen J. Cabot’s Complete Guide to Labor Relations in the 21st Century. The publication is a reference manual offering practical techniques for managing workplace issues. Cabot has built his reputation by helping block or roll back union drives in the workplace.

JONATHAN M. STEIN L’67
, general counsel at Community Legal Services in Philadelphia, presented a paper this past spring on “The Future of Social Justice in Britain: A New Mission for the Community Legal Service” at the Fifth Legal Services Research Centre International Conference at the University of Cambridge. The paper, previously published in Britain, resulted from Stein’s year of study at the London School of Economics, Centre for the Analysis of Social Exclusion, and with the Child Poverty Action Group in London. Stein’s studies were sponsored by a British Council Atlantic Fellowship in Public Policy and the Penn Law School Gowen Fellowship in 2000- 2001. He also completed a year as a member of the Philadelphia Tax Reform Commission.

JAMES F. FLANAGAN L’67
has been named the Oliver Ellsworth Professor of Federal Practice at the University of South Carolina School of Law. Flanagan, co-author of South Carolina Civil Procedure, teaches civil procedure, alternative dispute resolution, and evidence.

CARL B. FELDBAUM L’69, President and CEO of the Biotechnology Industry Organization, has announced that he will be retiring at the end of the year. Feldbaum and his wife plan to move to Idaho.
 
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