| Spring 2001 | Fall
| A Message from the Dean
|Our Sesquicentennial Celebration|
|Election 2000 in Retrospect|
|Like Father, Like Daughter: Rebecca Lieberman Lí97|
|A Case Study in Pro Bono Public Service|
|A Legal Thriller:
Lisa Scottoline L '81
|The Master Builder Retires: Professor
Elizabeth S. Kelly
|The Board of Overseers|
Allison M. Berger Lí90 joined the Lawrenceville, NJ, office of Fox Rothschild OíBrien & Frankel LLP as a special counsel in the firmís Financial Services Department. She will concentrate her practice in bankruptcy issues involving major secured and unsecured lenders and debtors, business and corporate reorganization and insolvency law.
Kevin M. Donovan Lí90 was elected partner in the Philadelphia office of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius. Donovan practices in the litigation department of the firm.
Marci G. Settle Lí90 has been made partner in the New York office of Kaye, Scholer, Fierman, Hays & Handler, LLP. Settle specializes in corporate law.
Neil S. Bromberg Lí91 has been elected partner at Spriggs & Hollingsworth in Washington, DC. He has been nominated to run for the position of Washington, DC delegate to the American Bar Association.
Suzanne Butwin Bell Lí91 has joined ChildU Inc. as a senior vice president and general counsel. Child U is an Internet-based education company in Weston, Florida. She was most recently general counsel at Travel Services International Inc.
Saul H. Perloff Lí91 has been made partner in the San Antonio office of Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld. He specializes in litigation, and public contracts.
Raymond A. Quaglia Lí91 has been named Partner in the Philadelphia office of Ballard Spahr Andrew & Ingersoll LLP. Quaglia is a member of the firmís Litigation Department.
Steven A. Schwartz Lí91 has been made partner at Garwin Bronzaft Gerstein & Fisher LLP in New York City. His practice includes antitrust, securities, and corporate derivative litigation.
Steven W. Spector Lí91 was elected partner in the Los Angeles office of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius. Spectorís practice focuses on representing emerging growth and public companies, investment banks, private equity funds and investors in various industries, including Internet, biotechnology, telecommunica-tions, education and financial services.
Michael D. Stovsky Lí91, a partner with Ulmer & Berne LLP, Cleveland and Chair of its IP/E-Commerce Group, was named an Adjunct Professor of Law at Case Western University School of Law. He taught "Advanced Business Associations: Representing the Internet Start-Up" in the Fall 2000 semester.
Langdon "Tad" Van Norden, Jr. Lí91 was made partner in the New York office of Milbank, Tweed, Hadley, & McCloy. Van Norden specializes in banking law, and capital markets.
Amy W. Zellerbach Lí91 announced the opening of her private law practice in San Francisco focusing on elder law and non-profit corporate law.
Candace R. Duff Lí92 of Miamiís Greenberg Traurig has been named the American Bar Association Young Lawyers liaison to the ABA forum on the construction industry. She focuses on commercial, condominium and construction litigation.
Kurt F. Gwynne Lí92 was elected a shareholder at Klett Roomey Lieber & Schorling in Philadelphia. Gwynne specializes in bankruptcy, reorganization, and creditorsí rights.
David S. Wachen Lí92 has been made partner in the Washington, D.C. office of Baker & Hostetler. Wachen specializes in First Amendment, media law, and general litigation.