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Andrew J. Schwartzman C’68, L’71 has been named by Scientific American magazine as one of the “Scientific American 50” of 2004, the magazine’s prestigious list recognizing outstanding acts of leadership in science and technology. Schwartzman is the CEO and President of Media Access Project, a nonprofit, public interest telecommunications law firm. With Media Access Project, Schwartzman fought the FCC’s proposal to scale back restrictions on the market share limits by a single corporation in broadcast and print media.

Sandra Sherman L’71 has left her position as professor of British Literature at the University of Arkansas to become an account executive at Ripp Media in New York. Sherman will handle public relations for major national and international law firms.

DaAn Braveman L’72 has been appointed president of Nazareth College, a non-sectarian liberal arts college in Rochester, N.Y. He had formerly served eight years as dean of Syracuse University College of Law.

Robert C. Heim W’64, L’72, a partner with Dechert LLP, was appointed to the board of directors of the Free Library of Philadelphia. Heim is chair of the Litigation Department and a member of the Commercial Litigation group at Dechert. His practice involves a broad range of class action and other complex litigation and includes antitrust/competition, securities, mass torts and product liability. Heim was recently awarded the Burton Award for Achievement in Legal Writing for his article entitled “ Killer Class Actions Your Company Can Win,” originally published in Executive Counsel magazine in July.
 
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