A Message from the Dean
|Cities at the Horizon|
|Communities at the Horizon|
|Eastward from Our Horizon: U.S., China & Russia|
Beyond the Horizon: Innovation and Technology
|ILE Lecture: Charles A. Heimbold, Jr. L'60|
|Profile: Richard E. Rosin L'68|
|Profile: Pamela Daley L'79|
|Profile: Professor Jason Johnston|
|Profile: Howard Chang|
|Profile: Robert A. Gorman|
Oral Legal History Project
|Snippets of History|
Improving Health Along the Border
President Clinton announced the appointment of Blair L. Sadler L’65 as a member of the U. S. Section of the United States-Mexico Border Health Commission. The Commission is dedicated to finding ways to improve the health status of Americans living along the border. Sadler has served as the President and Chief Executive Officer of Children’s Hospital and Health Center of San Diego since 1980.
Advising the Bulgarian Exchange
Jeffrey B. Schwartz L’65, a partner in the Philadelphia office of Fox Rothschild O’Brien & Frankel, LLP, has accepted the post of Regulatory Legal Advisor to the Chairman of the Bulgarian Securities & Stock Exchange Commission (SSEC). A former trial attorney for the United States SSEC, Schwartz will work directly with Chairman Tsonchev and other commissioners at the Bulgarian SSEC to review and formulate ordinances and regulations and prepare a training plan for the SSEC staff. He formerly served as Chief Counsel of the Pennsylvania Department of Health.
The Philadelphia Geriatric Center in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania has named Edward I. Dobin L’60, a partner with Curtain and Heefner, to its Board of Directors.
William Swain Lee L’60 resigned from the Delaware Superior Court Bench and announced his plans to seek the Republican nomination for the governor of Delaware.
Franklin L. Kury L’61 of Reed Smith Shaw & McClay, Harrisburg, PA, is a member of a team of lawyers who have won the prestigious Award of Outstanding Achievement from the International Association for Continuing Legal Education. The award was in the Best Publication category for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s book, Pennsylvania Environmental Law and Practice.
John F. Ledwith C’60 L’63, of the defense litigation firm of Marshall, Dennehey, Warner, Coleman & Goggin, has been appointed Chairman of the Construction Law Section of the Federa-tion of Insurance & Corporate Counsel.
David H. Marion W’60, L’63, Chairman of Montgomery, McCracken, Walker & Rhoads, LLP, has been re-appointed National Chair of the Attorney-Client Relationships Committee of the American College of Trial Lawyers.
Judy Flannery, the late wife of Dennis Flannery L’64, is being remembered in a documentary film being made by their daughter, Erin. Judy was a five-time World Triathlon champion who was hit by a car while she was bicycling in 1997. The Flannery family seeks finishing funds to complete the film. Classmates and alumni interested in contributing should contact Brian directly: 4103 Woodbine Street , Chevy Chase, Maryland 20815, (202) 663-6150. The documentary, “Judy’s Time,” is a non-profit production.
In January, Stephen A. Cozen C’61, L’64 was elected to the Board of Directors of the Regional Performing Arts Center which includes a concert hall for the Philadelphia Orchestra and a recital theater for The Philadelphia Chamber Music Society. He will serve on the Development Committee. Cozen and O’Connor was the first firm in the city to pledge financial support to the Arts Center.
William H. Ewing L’65, a partner with Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellot, received the Philadelphia Bar Association’s Fidelity Award.
Sheldon Sandler L’65 was named one of the top five labor lawyers in Delaware by Delaware Today Magazine.