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WOLF, BLOCK, SCHORR & SOLIS COHEN has established the Wolf, Block, Schorr & Solis-Cohen Scholarship Fund, which will provide merit or need based financial aid to first year students.

Wolf Block is a Philadelphia-based law firm of approximately 300 attorneys representing clients in business and real estate transactions, high-stakes litigation and other legal matters. The firm was founded in 1903 by Horace Stern, who later served as Chief Justice of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, and Morris Wolf W03 L03 HON74. In the 1920s, the firm solidified its reputation as the nations preeminent real estate law firm. Today, Wolf Block attorneys provide legal services in a wide range of areas, including corporate, financial services, employment, commercial litigation, and intellectual property.

We failed to list Palisa Kelley L95, who made a $2500 gift to annual giving in honor of her 10th reunion. She should have been included as a member of the Benjamin Franklin Society as well. In addition, Susan Oppenheim Jaffe should have been included in the Friends section as a donor of $2500 or more. Finally, in reference to Marjorie Kershbaum Sheikman CW71 GED 71 L81, we misspelled her maiden name, Kershbaum, as Kershb. In our graduation story in the Fall 2005 Penn Law Journal, we omitted that there was one graduate, Charles I. Lugosi, who earned an S.J.D. Lugosi is an assistant professor of law at St. Thomas University School of Law. We regret these errors.
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