Sen. John J. Bonacic ’68 has been recognized by FiscalNote as one of the most productive legislators for crafting legislation and getting substantive policy changes enacted. Read the full story!
Henry Goldberg ’74 has been recognized in The Best Lawyers in America 2019.
Amos Goodall Jr. ’74 was named president of the National Elder Law Foundation (NELF) in June.
William M. Savino ’74 has been named to The Best Lawyers in America for 2019.
Charles M. Carberry ’76 has been named to The Best Lawyers in America for 2019.
Alice Beverly Cole ’77 has been elected to the board of directors of Bank OZK.
John A. V. Nicoletti ’77 has joined Noticed, an invitation-only service for distinguished professionals and has been chosen as a distinguished lawyer based on peer ratings, recognition, and accomplishments from throughout his career.
Robert Schonfeld ’77 was recently appointed to serve as chair of the Nassau County Bar Association’s Civil Rights Committee.
Richard Conn ’82 has published a book called The Earthbound Parent: How (and Why) to Raise Your Little Angels Without Religion.
Mary Beth Morrissey ’82 has become president of the American Psychological Association. She is the first scholar of law (and gerontology), and only the 10th woman to hold office of the president of the APA Society for Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology since its founding in 1963.
Terence Monahan ’85, NYPD Chief of Department was interviewed by Fordham Conversations WFUV and discussed gun laws, community policing, body-worn cameras. Listen to the interview.
David A. Vicinanzo ’85 has been recognized as a leader for the litigation field in the 2018 edition of Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business
Michael J. Goldberg ’86 was ranked Band 2 for Bankruptcy Restructuring in the 2018 edition of the Chambers USA Guide and was selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America for 2019.
Edward M. Joyce ’86 has been recognized in The Best Lawyers in America for 2019.
Abbie Newman ’86, founder of Mission Kids Child Advocacy Center, has been recognized for her work against child abuse and advocacy for children in child abuse cases. Read the full story!
Robert W. Anderson ’87 has been elected president of The Parlex Group, an international network of law firms that work cooperatively to handle cross-border legal transactions.
George Kostakos ’90 has been appointed chief executive officer at Split Limit Studios.
William Min ’90 has joined Western Union Company in Denver, Colorado as deputy general counsel & chief privacy officer.
Raymond Dowd ’91 participated in a Q&A with New York Law Journal about midsize law firm operations. Read the full story!
Michael Manley ’91 has recently accepted a position as the general counsel of 1-800-Flowers.
Heidi Smith ’91 has been appointed to senior managing director, assistant general counsel at Peapack-Gladstone Financial Corporation.
Philip Corsello ’92 has been named to the National Law Journal’s 2018 Energy and Environmental Trailblazers list.
Steven Williams ’92 has been recognized as one of the world’s leading antitrust lawyers by Chambers and Who’s Who Legal and has been named one of the top 100 lawyers in Northern California by Super Lawyers.
Lee A. Armstrong ’93 has been recognized in The Best Lawyers in America 2019 for his practice in commercial litigation.
Jill Braunstein ’93 has joined Moritt, Hock & Hamroff, LLP as counsel in its Corporate & Securities practice group.
James Siegel ’93 has been promoted to general counsel at Maxim Group, LLC.
Anthony M. Insogna ’94 has been recognized in The Best Lawyers in America for 2019.
Eric W. Penzer ’96 was named to The Best Lawyers in America for 2019 in Trusts and Estates.
Stacey J. Rappaport ’96 has been elected to Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy, LLP’s Executive Committee.
Jill Heitler Blomberg ’97 was recently sworn in as the president of the Connecticut chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers.
Simon Malko ’97 has been unanimously elected to be the new managing partner of Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP.
Keaton Parekh ’97 has been appointed as president and chief executive officer of Wi-LAN Inc., a subsidiary of Quarterhill Inc.
Noah Genel ’98 has been promoted to first deputy commissioner and general counsel at the New York City Business Integrity Commission.
Sean Kane ’98 has recently co-authored a book on video game law. Click here for more!
Michael Moyer ’98 has joined Baker & Hostetler as partner in its Seattle office.
Douglas McCann ’99 has been selected as an intellectual property leader in the 2018 edition of Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business.
Daniel Russo ’99 has been elected dean of the Nassau County Bar Association.
David Aaron ’00 won the 2018 Brown Master’s Award for Professional Excellence.
John Hanley ’00 has joined Rimon Law as partner in its New York office.
Sivan Korn ’01 has joined Rusing Lopez and Lizardi as a partner.
Udi Ofer ’01 was quoted in a story from the New York Times about a forum for questioning district attorney candidates held in a Boston county jail. Read the Full Story!
Matthew Higgins ’02 is going to be a guest Shark on ABC’s Shark Tank Season 10.
Olga Bogush ’04 has joined Schiff Hardin’s Tax Practice as a partner in the New York office.
Kelly DiBlasi ’04 has been named a Rising Star by New York Law Journal.
John Owens Jr. ’04 is the incoming chair of the New York City Bar Association’s New York City Affairs Committee.
Jane Chuang ’05 has started a new job as associate counsel at Common Living Inc.
Clare Cusack ’05 has been promoted to general counsel at the New York Bankers Association.
Lauren Moskowitz ’05 has been named a Rising Star by New York Law Journal.
Michael Yim ’05 has been elected to partner at Potney, Tombly, Hall & Hirson, LLP.
Seanna Brown ’06 has been named co-chair of Baker & Hostetler LLP’s Pro Bono Committee.
Brooke E. Cucinella ’06 a federal securities fraud prosecutor, will join Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP in their New York office.
David Hammerman ’06 has been named a Rising Star by New York Law Journal.
Rebecca Kahan Waldman ’06 has been named a Rising Star by New York Law Journal.
Jon Lamphier ’06 has been named managing director of Radius U.S. Tax Practice.
Erica Bond ’07 has been appointed by Mayor Bill de Blasio to the Civilian Compliant Review Board. She previously served as a special advisor for criminal justice and public safety in the Mayor’s office. Read the full story!
David Bauer ’07 has been elected partner at Davis, Polk & Wardwell, LLP.
Kimberly Gold ’08 has been elected to partner at Reed Smith.
Daniel Gottesman ’08 has been recognized as a member of 12 Under 36, by the Cleveland Jewish News.
Eileen Patt ’08 has been named a Rising Star by New York Law Journal.
Meghan Spillane ’08, partner at Goodwin Procter LLP earned her a spot as one of five white-collar attorneys under age 40 honored by Law360 as a Rising Star for her involvement in several high-profile government probes, including an investigation into New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s economic development efforts.
Kate Belmont ’09 has been appointed to the Executive Steering Committee of the Port of New York/New Jersey and the Port of Albany Maritime Security.
Kevin Manz ’09 has joined King & Spalding as counsel in the Corporate, Finance and Investments Group.
Sarah M. Stevenson ’09 has been elected shareholder at Modrall Sperling Harris & Sisk, PA in Sante Fe.
Wilton Fernandez ’10 has joined Black Marjieh & Sanford LLP as an associate.
Elena P. Jacque ’10 has joined Blank Rome LLP in the Corporate, M&A, and Securities group.
Mark DiFiore ’11 has been elected partner at Davis, Polk & Wardwell, LLP.
Mollie Kugler ’11 has been elected to partner at Hinshaw & Cullbertson, LLP.
Maura Gallagher ’12 is an associate at Haynes & Boone.
David Urena ’12 has been chosen as a fellow for a new start-up called the Public Rights Project that is placing attorney fellows in city and state legal departments to do affirmative litigation.
Katy Benitez ’14 and Evan Berger ’14 were married on June 23, 2018 in Maplewood, New Jersey.
Christopher Rigali ’14 was appointed Assistant United States Attorney in the Criminal Division of the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Maryland in Baltimore.
Naseem Faqihi Alawadhi ’15 was part of the Latham & Watkins deal team that represented Spotify Technology on its groundbreaking direct listing on the New York Stock Exchange.
Hannah Lynch ’15, has launched an NGO called Equality Power. She is the founder and general counsel. The organization aims to empower women, create wealth, and deliver clean, affordable, and sustainable energy with a goal of whole community development where all people are treated as equals.
Tiya Nandi ’17 and Aditya Avinash Gulanikar were married on August 4 in New York.