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Rachel Solar-Tuttle Cí92, Lí95ís first novel, Number Six Fumbles, a coming-of-age story that takes place at Penn, was published by Pocket/MTV Books. She is currently working on a second novel that takes place in law school. Solar-Tuttle worked for three years as a litigator in Boston before leaving law practice to become a writer.
Marie Hurabiell Lí96 has been promoted to vice president at Red Herring Communications Inc. in San Francisco. Since November 2000 she served as the companyís first corporate counsel.
Bruce Bellingham GRí84, Lí97 joined the Philadelphia law firm Spector Gadon & Rosen PC as an associate in the firmís commercial litigation department. He previously worked for Kaufman, Coren, Ress & Weidman.
Elizabeth D. Preate Lí97 was honored by the Greater Delaware Valley Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Societyís Leadership Class program. Preate was recognized for her outstanding contributions to the business, civic and cultural betterment of the Philadelphia metropolitan area. Preate is an associate in the Philadelphia office of Pepper Hamilton LLP.
Kevin M. Greenberg Lí98 was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Philadelphia Commercial Development Corporation (PCDC) by Mayor John Street. Greenberg is a member in the Intellectual Property and Information Technology Practice Group of Wolf, Block, Schorr and Solis-Cohen.
Andrea Ortbals Patton Lí99 and Dick Patton WGí99 welcomed a son, Henry Ortbals Patton in December. She continues to practice in the securities and business litigation group at King & Spalding in Atlanta.
Jonathan Pressman Lí99 joined the litigation group of the New York law firm of Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering.
Sharif Street Lí99, an associate in the real estate practice group of Wolf, Block, Schorr and Solis-Cohen LLP, is running for a seat in the Pennsylvania State Assembly.
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