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Willigs Establish Scholarship Fund
Ken and Rosette Willig

KEN WILLIG GR’75, L’80, and Rosette Willig GR ’78, have established the Rosette & Kenneth Willig Endowed Scholarship Fund. The fund is for need-based scholarships. Ken is the head of the Global Structured and Project Finance Group of Piper Rudnick, LLP, and practices in the fields of international and domestic structured and project finance. In addition to his work for developers and other project participants in independent power, telecommunications, water, wastewater and other projects, Ken has extensive experience with the acquisition of equity interests and the placement of debt, and has acted as a government advisor with respect to various privatization programs. While at Penn Law, Ken taught an administrative law seminar and was an editor of the Law Review. Ken remains an active alumnus of the Law School and currently serves on the Advisory Board of the Journal of International Economic Law. Rosette started her law school career at Penn prior to the family’s move to New York City and received her law degree from Columbia Law School. After over a decade of practice as a securities lawyer, Rosette now devotes her time to family and linguistic studies.

Rosette and Ken have two daughters, Lauren, a law student at Harvard, and Brooke, a ninth grader at the Chapin School in New York. Their son Spencer is a sophomore at Penn majoring in Political Science.

 
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