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FEATURED BRIEFS
1960s
 

SHELDON N. SANDLER Lí65 has become the first Delaware attorney elected to the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers. In addition, Chambers USA has named Sandler as the top-ranked employment defense attorney in Delaware. He is a partner in the Employment Law Department of Young, Conaway, Stargatt, & Taylor, LLP.

JUDGE PHILIP S. CARCHMAN Wí63, Lí66
was recently named acting administrative director of the New Jersey Courts. Previously, Judge Carchman served as a deputy attorney general.

STEPHANIE W. NAIDOFF Lí66
has been appointed to the Board of Directors for the Mann Center for the Performing Arts. Naidoff is also the director of commerce for the City of Philadelphia.

NICHOLAS J. NATASI, Lí67 was appointed chair of the Criminal Procedural Rules Committee by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. The committee helps the Supreme Court prescribe general rules governing criminal practice and procedure as well as monitoring recent developments in criminal procedures in Pennsylvania.

SANDRA SHAPIRO Lí69, the first woman at Foley Hoag LLP to be named partner, has been elected to Lex Mundiís Board of Directors. Shapiro practices in real estate financing, leasing, and zoning and represents several development and real estate clients.

 
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