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
 
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FEATURED BRIEFS
1980s
 
ANTHONY CIPITI JR. L’80 has been named one of Northeast Ohio’s “Leading Lawyers” by Inside Business for the third consecutive year. “Leading Lawyers” are nominated by regional legal professionals, and are selected by a peer-based evaluation panel. Cipiti practices in the Corporate Finance & Securities, Intellectual Property & Technology, Business Law and Broker-Dealer Groups at the firm of Ulmer & Berne LLP.

KYRA MCGRATH L’81 was awarded a Woman of Distinction by the Philadelphia Business Journal in December 2003. The award recognizes a woman’s dedication to her career and to her community. McGrath has served as vice president for strategic projects and general counsel at WHYY, a public broadcasting television station, since 1998. McGrath also serves as secretary/treasurer of the Forum of Executive Women and is a board member of the Salvation Army of Greater Philadelphia.

NANCY HOPKINS WENTZ L’81 was recently elected President of the Pennsylvania Bar Institute. She is managing partner of the Norristown law firm of McGrory Wentz, LLP, and is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association House of Delegates. In addition, Wentz currently serves as a Board Director of Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania.


BARRY TEMPKIN ’82 has been recognized by Trial Lawyers Care for his “extraordinary” effort in a nationwide campaign to provide free legal service for victims of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. A professional liability defense attorney for more than 22 years, Tempkin represented the families of six deceased victims before the federal Victim Compensation Fund. Trial Lawyers Care is the largest pro bono program in the history of American jurisprudence.
 
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