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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Tracey Meares, '91 was the featured speaker of the 51st Annual William H. Leary Lecture at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, presenting on The Legitimacy of Policing and Citizenship.
Former Texas State Supreme Court Justice Dale Wainwright, '88 has joined global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP as chair of its Texas Appellate Group.
Major, Lindsey & Africa, the world’s largest legal search firm, and Allegis Partners, a global executive search firm, today announced the appointment of John Cashman, '94 as president of the two firms.
Governor Bruce Rauner has selected Donovan Borvan, '11, to be the Executive Director of the Illinois Liquor Control Commission.
State Department officials have confirmed Margaret Peterlin, '00, as Rex Tillerson’s new Chief of Staff.
The Los Angeles 2024 Olympic Bid Exploratory Committee has announced the appointment of Marla Messing, '89 as Vice President and Executive Director of Sport Leader Relations.
New Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai, '97, has made quite a splash in his first few weeks on the job, as the net neutrality opponent has been busy reversing the agency’s moves on everything from sponsored data offerings to subsidized internet programs.
Roger C. Cramton, '55, former dean of Cornell Law School and the Robert S. Stevens Professor Emeritus of Law, died Feb. 3 in Ithaca. He was 87.
In the latest episode of a long and successful career, Jack O’Malley, '81, has gone from enforcing the law to practicing it to helping the practice exist authentically in a fictionalized world.
Chief Justice of the Hawaii Supreme Court Mark Recktenwald, '86, just presented his fourth State of the Judiciary, in which he called for improved access to justice.