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

Anthony J. Krol Lí79 joined White & Williams in Philadelphia as a partner. Krol specializes in business law, banking law, real estate, and loan workouts.

Israel E. Kornstein Lí79 has joined the New York City office of Harris Beach & Wilcox, LLP as a partner in the Labor and Employment Law Practice Group. He spent more than 15 years practicing with Proskauer Rose, Kelley Drye & Warren and labor and employment boutique Roberts & Finger.

Gerald A. McHugh Lí79 was named to the State of Pennsylvaniaís "political stock exchange" by the Pennsylvania Report. An authority on tort law, McHugh has contributed to the drafting of several Pennsylvania statutes. He is a shareholder of the Philadelphia law firm Litvin, Blumberg, Matusow & Young.

Jeremy D. Mishkin Lí79, partner in the Litigation Department and also Managing Partner of Montgomery, McCracken, Walker & Rhoads, LLP (MMW&R), has been appointed to the American Bar Associationís task force on E-Commerce and Alternative Dispute Resolution.

Michael L. Wheet Lí79 has been appointed to the Board of Directors of the District of Columbia Housing Finance Agency. Formerly a Vice - President at Lazard Freres and Co., Wheet is the Director of the Public Finance Department of Salomon Smith Barney.


Anthony Cipiti, Jr. Lí80 is of Counsel to the Cleveland law firm of Ulmer & Berne LLP. Cipiti practices in the areas of corporate finance and securities law compliance.

Marianne Rosenberg GLí80 has been named head of the New York office of Linklaters, a London-based law firm. Rosenberg specializes in asset based finance, project finance, and structured finance.

Blake Rubin Lí80 has joined the Washington, DC office of Arnold & Porter as a partner in its tax and real estate department. Rubin was formerly a partner at Steptoe & Johnson.

Phyllis E. Bernard Lí81, a professor at the Oklahoma City University School of Law developed a training curriculum and taught peacemaking skills to 56 participants in a workshop in Nigeria. The workshop, part of the Women Building Peace project, was designed to instruct trainers in mediation methods that will be taught to women in villages. Bernard is also the founding director of OCUís Center for Alternative Dispute Resolution and Early Settlement Central.

David L. Cohen Lí81 of Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll LLP recently received the Leadership Award from the Philadelphia Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America. He served as Deputy Mayor of Philadelphia in the Rendell Administration, and as Co-Chair of the host committee for the Republican National Convention in July 2000.

Daniel S. Fredrich Lí81 has been appointed Vice President of Corporate Development at WineryExchange in San Rafael, California. Formerly the Vice-President, Financial Services of Casbah Corporation, Fredrich will be responsible for third-party transactions, value-added services, and strategic financial relationships.

Andrea G. Asaro Lí82 was elected to co-chair the Bar Association of San Franciscoís appellate section. Asaro is a partner at Rosen, Bien & Asaro in San Francisco. The firm specializes in civil rights litigation and complex commercial litigation at the trial and appellate level.

 

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