Spring 2001 | Fall 2000

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
Philanthropy
Symposium
Faculty Notes
Alumni Briefs
In Memoriam

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Penn Law

Terry K. Glenn Lí67, Chairman of the Americas and President of Merrill Lynch Funds, Merrill Lynch Managers, was elected to a one-year term as Chairman of the Investment Company Institute.

Lawrence J. Fox Lí68, partner with Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP in Philadelphia, and adjunct professor at Penn Law School, delivered the 2000- 2001 Howard Lichtenstein Legal Ethics Lecture at Hofstra University School in October. Foxís lecture was entitled, "Allís OK Between Consenting Adults: Enlightened Rule on Privacy; Obscene Rule on Ethics."

Mark G. Yudof Lí68, President of the University of Minnesota, spent two weeks visiting universities in China and Taiwan with which UM has academic exchange programs. Yudof received honorary professorships from several Chinese universities including Peking University and the Fourth Military Medical University.

Margaret A. Burnham Lí69 presented the commencement address at Western New England College School of Law in 2000. Now in private practice with Burnham Hines & Dilday in Boston, Burnham became the first woman of color to be appointed as a judge in Massachusetts, when she was appointed judge of the Boston Municipal Court in 1977. She is also a faculty member at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Richard T. DeCou Lí69, a senior shareholder and member of Capehart & Scatchardís Business Department and Estates Group, spoke at a seminar focusing on estate planning and wealth maintenance sponsored by Valley Forge Asset Management.

Michael J. Kline Wí66, Lí69 of Fox Rothschild OíBrien & Frankel, LLP has been appointed Chair of the firmís Corporate Department. Kline is also a member of the firmís Health Law group, and has served as General Counsel to the Deborah Heart and Lung Center and Deborah Hospital Foundation for over 20 years.

Alfred H. Sigman Lí69 of Sigman, Lewis & Feinberg, P.C in Oakland, CA, was honored as a Charter Fellow of a new professional organization, the American College of Employee Benefits Counsel - a College formed out of an initiative of the American Bar Associationís Joint Committee on Employee Benefits.


James B. Craver Lí70 has joined the Boston law firm of Burns & Levinson as a partner in the firmís corporate group.

Lisa H. Kramer Cí67, Lí70 was appointed President and CEO of FOJP Service Corporation. FOJP offers health care and human services risk management and provides administrative and professional advisory services for over 100 agencies and hospitals that are members of UJA-Federation of New York. Prior to her appointment, Kramer was the Executive Vice President in charge of claims and risk services with MIIX Group of Companies in Lawrenceville, NJ.

Robert R. Kugler Lí70, a partner at Archer & Greiner of Haddonfield, NJ, was elected President of the Eastern Division of the American Cancer Society.

Christopher Norall Lí70 joined Morrison & Foersterís office in Brussels as a partner. Norall specializes in intellectual property matters, including licensing as well as distribution and research and development arrangements. Norall focuses his practice on competition law issues for technology and financial services companies.

 

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