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Professor Anthony Amsterdam L’60 has been presented the 2002 Robert J. Kutak Award by the ABA Section on Legal Education. The award recognizes high professional responsibility and an increased understanding between legal education and practice.
Retired Superior Court Judge William Lee Swain L’60 has joined Bifferato Bifferato & Gentilotti in Wilmington, De. He joins the firm’s alternative dispute resolution team. Lee is a former Delaware state deputy attorney general.
Phillip D. Freedman L’64 was awarded a U.S. patent for his laser surgery device and method. This is his second patent. The first was for his work in mining Canadian tar sands deposits. Freedman practices law in Alexandria, Va. His speciality areas are advanced and emerging technology.
Daniel R. Vaughen L’64 has been named chairman of the board of directors of ACT Corp., a private, not-for-profit group in Florida that provides mental health services. Vaughen is a professor at the University of Central Florida’s College of Business Administrator.
William H. Lamb L’65 was nominated for a one-year term to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court by outgoing Gov. Mark Schweiker. Lamb is senior partner at Lamb Windle & McErlane P.C. in West Chester, Pa.
Gerald J. McConomy L’65 was named partner at Knapp McConomy Merlie LLP in Chester Springs, Pa.
Fred Blume L’66 has recently been named managing partner and CEO of Blank Rome in Philadelphia.
Ronald B. Glazer L’67 spoke at a seminar, “Legal Aspects of Condominium Development and Homeowner’s Associations in Pennsylvania,” in Philadelphia. Glazer is a partner in Wolf Block’s Real Estate Law Practice Group.
Shamin Ahmed Sarwana GL’67 was appointed to the High Court of the Sindh Province in Pakistan. This High Court is the equivalent of a U.S. State Supreme Court. Additionally, Sarwana was nominated chairman of the Board of Governors of the Institute of Business Administration. Established in 1955 with the collaboration of the Wharton School, IBA is the oldest business school in South Asia.
Frederic W. Clark L’68, partner at Philadelphia’s Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll, has joined the board of the John Bartram Association of Historic Bartram’s Gardens.
James R. Redeker L’68 was elected chairman of the board of Philadelphia’s Prince Music Theater. He is a vice-chairman at Wolf Block Schorr & Solis-Cohen LLP.
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