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Mark A. Saloman Lí92 Mark A. Saloman Lí92 has been appointed chairman of the Employment Law Substantive Committee of the New Jersey Defense Association. Saloman is employment litigation and labor relations counsel with Gortta, Glassman & Hoffman in Roseland, NJ.

Lisa Washington Lí92, WGí98 has joined the board of the Philadelphia Multicultural Affairs Congress, a division of the Convention and Visitors Bureau.

Wendy Beetlestone Lí93 Wendy Beetlestone Lí93 has been named general counsel of the School District of Philadelphia. She will serve as a legal advisor to the district and to The School Reform Commission. Beetlestone had been a partner at Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewisí Philadelphia office.

Eric Rothschild Lí93 has been elected partner at Pepper Hamilton. He focuses his practice on insurance and reinsurance, insurance insolvency and commercial litigation.

Anthony P. Forte Lí94 has been elected partner at Saul Ewing LLP. Forte specializes in Real Estate law.

John Groarke Lí94 has been reassigned to the American Embassy in Cairo. He will become chief legal advisor for the US economic assistance program, which supports the implementation of the Camp David Accords between Egypt and Israel.

Matthew P. Joseph Lí94 Matthew P. Joseph Lí94 was named partner at McKee Nelson. He was previously a partner at New Yorkís Stroock & Stroock & Lavan.

Jennifer Kroman Lí94, who joined New York-based Cleary Gottlieb in 1996, has been elected partner at the firm. Kroman focuses on civil, regulatory and criminal matters.

Wolfgang Hellman Lí95 has joined the Anti-Trust and Competition law group of Blake Dawson Waldron in Melbourne, Australia. He was with Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in Duesseldorf, Germany.


Beginning their day at The Clock, inquisitive parents and partners got a birdís-eye view of what itís like to be a law student at Penn. They heard an overview of the services and programs offered and a peek into the Law Schoolís future. Their orientation also included building tours and a chance to attend classes taught by Professors Geoffrey Hazard, Wendell Pritchett, Catherine Struve and Amy Wax. Stella Ming Tsai Lí88, president of the Law Alumni Society, welcomed parents and partners, who later listened as students described how they survive Law School.

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