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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Esther Lardent, founder of the Washington, D.C.-based Pro Bono Institute, can be very persuasive.
Part of what makes Hirshman such a likable writer — in addition to her wit and ability to explain the law succinctly without dumbing it down — is her optimism.
The awards are given to individuals who embody the spirit of Andrew Carnegie by dedicating their private wealth to the public good.
Alissa Gardenswartz steps into the position of Deputy Attorney General for Consumer Protection.
In “The Senator Next Door,” an autobiography Klobuchar penned without a ghost writer, she writes about her trajectory from a middle-class Plymouth upbringing to the U.S. Senate.
Susan Phillips Read acknowledges a certain wonder when reflecting on her 12 1/2 years as associate judge on the state Court of Appeals.
Makris is tax counsel for Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.
In a wide-ranging, three-part interview with Bloomberg, Brian Brooks, '94, draws on his experience as Fannie Mae General Counsel.
I then went to law school and had two great professors. Antonin Scalia was a professor there … and Richard Epstein, who’s a famous professor. I took courses from them that really made me think.
Litigator Chad Hummel has represented a number of clients at trial in cases involving competition law, IP, advertising and marketing, unfair competition and government investigations and prosecutions.