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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Jessica Hall Zomer, '05, Attorney-Advisor for the Environmental Protection Agency, has been named a finalist in the Partnership for Public Service Samuel J. Heyman Service to America Medals program. Jessica is being recognized for helping craft and serving as chief legal advisor on a major plant regulation that will eliminate one-third of toxic heavy metals now dumped into the nation's rivers, lakes, and streams by regulated industries.
Professor Ann M. Lousin, '68, has been appointed to be the Armenian Bar Association's representative to the advisory committee for the American Bar Association's Rule of Law Initiative in Armenia.
Andy Berke, '94, mayor of Chattanooga, will address graduates and guests and Lee University's summer commencement on Saturday, July 30th.
Auburn native and longtime Judge Morton "Mort" Brody, '58, was honored and remembered Thursday with a portrait unveiling at the Capital Judicial Center.
Kimball Parker, '13, has created CO/COUNSEL, a new Wikipedia-like web site designed to help the general public more easily find legal information.
Attorney General Lisa M. Madigan announced Thursday that David Franklin, '97, will replace Carolyn Shapiro, '95, as the state’s next solicitor general, saying in a statement that his “wealth of experience and knowledge of the law will serve the state of Illinois well.”
Richard Leverett credits his late parents — Richard and Betty Leverett — for encouraging him to discover the path that has led him to success as an attorney, chief of staff for Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson, and now AT&T director of external affairs for 20 counties in the northern third of Indiana.
The Vatican has named Kim Daniels, '94, as a member of the Secretariat for Communications, a body created by Pope Francis last year to manage and overhaul Rome’s different news and media outlets.
David Medine, '78, was only four days into his job when Edward Snowden changed everything.
The Snowden leaks became the cornerstone of Medine’s work leading the PCLOB over the next three years.
We are pleased to announce that Martha E.("Meg") Gifford, '76, received the Joan L. Ellenbogen Founder's Award from the Women's Bar Association of the State of New York at its convention in June.