Alumni News & Accolades
The Alumni News & Accolades blog gathers information from news articles and press releases about noteworthy events in the lives of alumni. It is a complement to the Class Notes section of The Record.
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As Hollywood's talent and executive pool is stretched by booming TV production, Marenberg, '80 detects growing disputes over Hollywood customs on employment law.
Andrew Finch, '97, a veteran of the division from the George W. Bush administration, will become acting assistant attorney general starting April 10, taking over for Brent Snyder, the career staff division deputy in charge of criminal antitrust enforcement.
The National Minority Quality Forum is proud to announce the selection of the 2017 40 Under 40 Leaders in Minority Health, including Dr. Kameron Matthews, '06.
Ajit Pai, '97, Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, for the Washington Post: "We want to let the American people know how we will ensure that consumers' online privacy is protected."
Ward Phelps Fisher, 91, a graduate of the Law School Class of 1952, died peacefully on March 22, 2017.
Last March, President Obama commuted the federal prison sentences of 61 people. Three of those were clients of a project supervised in part by Italia Patti, ’14. That wasn’t all: in December, a fourth client joined that list when Obama commuted his sentence, too.
Since 2011, Nancy Rodkin Rotering, ’90, has been the mayor of Highland Park, Illinois. The position is the current culmination of decades of leadership, service, and advocacy—with more certainly to come.
Gary Edson, ’82, has been a leader at the highest levels of the business, government, and nonprofit sectors—often at the intersection of all three of those sectors.
Marjorie Gelb, ’70, battled against discriminatory practices throughout her legal career, beginning at the Law School when she was part of a group of students that sought to prohibit law firms that discriminated against women from recruiting at the Law School.
Fr. Pius Pietrzyk, '97: "Funding LSC helps to foster the principle that access to the courts is an essential element of the rule of law, the bedrock of our Republic. So why eliminate it?"