Class Notes: June 2020

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Neal R. Stoll ’73 was selected as Top Attorney of the Year for 2020 by the International Association of Top Professionals. Read more here.

Bradley Butwin ’85 was re-elected to serve as O’Melveny & Myers LLP Chair, extending his tenure until 2025. Read more here.

Robert G. Leary ’86 was elected to the Citizens Financial Group Inc.’s board of directors.

Christine Giordano Hanlon ’92 was sworn in as president of the Monmouth Bar Association in New Jersey on May 21.

Karen Geer ’93 was appointed as president of South Shore Conservatory.

Young Huh ’94 was featured in an interview for The Washington Post about setting up the perfect home office. Read the article here.

Aaron Wininger ’97 was elected director of Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner’s China IP practice and  created China IP Law Update, a blog to guide attorneys on navigating Chinese intellectual property law, with an emphasis on patent and trademark law.

John Galluccio ’98 joined the partnership of Fox Rothschild LLP in the Morristown, N.J. office.

Lissett Ferreira ’03 joined the partnership of Meenan & Associates, LLC in the New York office. She was also elected as corresponding secretary of the New York Women’s Bar Association, and recognized as an emerging leader by the Women’s Bar Association of the State of New York.

Christopher LaVigne ’09 joined Withers Bergman LLP as special counsel in the New York office.

Mari Byrne ’11 was promoted to counsel at Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP in the New York office.

Sarah Jane Petersen ’14 and Chris DeGennaro ’15 welcomed their daughter, Siena, in February.

Reece Pelley ’19 published an article entitled “A Bipartisan Push in Congress to Fight the ‘Parallel Pandemic’ of Human Rights Abuses Abroad” for Just Security. Read the article here

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