Alumni Briefs

1960s

Jim Strazzella L'64 was chosen as the Outstanding Professor of the Year at Temple Law School. Jim has received several awards for his teaching at Temple.

Sheldon N. Sandler
Sheldon N. Sandler
Sheldon N. Sandler L'65 was named to this year's "100 Most Powerful Employment Attorneys" list compiled by Human Resource Executive magazine. He is a partner at Young Conway Stargatt & Taylor LLP in Delaware.

Marv Goldklang W'63, L'66 was among the 2010 inductees in this year's class for the Florida State League Hall of Fame. He is the principal owner of the Fort Myers Miracle, a minor league baseball team in the Minnesota Twins' system. The team is part of the Goldklang Group, which owns four minor league franchises. The induction takes place Nov. 8.

Mark G. Yudof C'65, L'68 has been appointed to the Lumina Foundation for Education, an organization that strives for better graduation rates, especially for students of low income, students of color, firstgeneration students and adult learners. Mark is president of the University of California, Berkeley.

Nolan N. Atkinson, Jr. L'69 was the recipient of the 2010 Minority Business Leader Award presented by the Philadelphia Business Journal in August. He was recognized for his efforts to promote the growth of minority-owned businesses. He is chief diversity officer and a partner in the trial practice group law at Duane Morris.

Ronald B. Glazer L'69 received the Best Lawyer Award for 2009 from The Mid-Atlantic Real Estate Journal. Ron is considered a national authority on condominium and homeowners associations. He is a principal of Kaplin Stewart Meloff Reiter & Stein P.C. in Blue Bell, Pa.

Robert Pratter L'69 has been named acting commissioner for the Pennsylvania Insurance Department. Pratter had been serving as the executive deputy general counsel for litigation with the state's Office of General Counsel since 2008. During his extensive legal career, Pratter has specialized in regulatory, corporate and judicial proceedings affecting the insurance industry. He has also led complex commercial litigation and has extensive experience in regulatory matters before various commonwealth agencies.

Paul F. Ware , Jr. L'69 was appointed by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court as independent counsel to investigate the state's probation agency. Paul is a senior partner for Goodwin Procter LL P in Boston.