1990s Class Notes
Lee Goodman recently joined the board of the American Council of Trustees and Alumni. An attorney with Wiley, Rein and Fielding LLP in Washington, D.C., Goodman previously served as Virginia Governor James Gilmore’s chief education policy advisor for K–12 and higher education and as counsel to the Attorney General of Virginia. He also worked as associate general counsel for UVA, where he litigated tenure and employment matters involving medical research, and legal matters involving student rights, board governance, and the commercialization of academic inventions.
William Hood III recently joined Isaacson, Rosenbaun, Woods & Levy PC as of counsel in the litigation department. He focuses his practice on criminal and civil matters. As former chief deputy district attorney in the 18th Judicial District, Hook supervised the appeals unit and handled matters before the U.S. Supreme Court, the Tenth Circuit, Colorado Supreme Court, and Colorado Court of Appeals. Prior to running appeals, he supervised a felony trial division. He has tried more than 100 cases, including eight first-degree murder cases. Hood also has commercial litigation experience in employment law, commercial and government contracts, trusts, toxic torts, construction, and tax. He currently teaches trial practice as an adjunct professor at the University of Denver College of Law.
Michael McCue and his wife Camille announce the birth of their second son, Carson, on September 10.McCue has moved to the Las Vegas office of Lewis and Roca LLP, where he practices as a partner in the intellectual property and technology group.
Anthony Black and his wife Andrea have a new son, Christopher John, born June 11. Big sister, Emily, 2, welcomed him home.
D. E. Boehling and her husband, Robert J. Pallace, Jr., became the proud parents of a second daughter, Tai Fu Fen, now D.E.B. “Trey” Pallace on August 26. Trey was born September 4, 2002, in Taizhou, China.
Jeremiah DeBerry recently joined the New York office of Thelen, Reid & Preist LLP as an equity partner in the business and finance department. His practice areas include general corporate, mergers and acquisitions, private equity, sports, and entertainment.
Andrew Glickman and his wife, Julie Cohen, welcomed their first child, Eli Zachary, on June 14. The family resides in Washington, D.C., and is searching for a home larger than their current one-bedroom apartment. Glickman works at the Securities and Exchange Commission as a senior special counsel, and also practices photography. His work is currently on display at the Andrew Smith Gallery in Santa Fe, NM, and was published in the August issue of Communication Arts Magazine. Cohen teaches intellectual property law as a law professor at the Georgetown University Law Center.
Andre Hollis writes that he just finished a very rewarding term as the counter drug chief of the U.S. Defense Department. He has returned to the private sector government relations business. On August 21 his son, Maxwell Clark, was born, joining older brother, Alex, 3.
Alexander Macaulay recently formed Macaulay & Burtch PC with fellow principal Jack Burtch, Jr. The two Richmond, VA, lawyers decided to create a business model in which lawyers and lobbyists run their own practices and bill according to a flat fee schedule. Macaulay & Burtch consists of five lawyers and three lobbyists who focus on employment, health care, insurance defense, contracts, commercial litigation, and government affairs. Practitioners rely on the latest technology to keep overhead low and pass on the savings to clients. “We are a small firm,” says Macauley, “but we have some of the best Richmond lawyers and lobbyists in their respective fields. We’re all refugees from big law firms who want to do it differently — with less bureaucracy, more cost-effectiveness for the client, and greater satisfaction for the practitioner.”
John “Jack” Martin took the post of senior litigation counsel for the Bureau of Competition at the Federal Trade Commission in November. Formerly a partner on the litigation, antitrust, and intellectual property team at Hunton & Williams LLP in Washington, D.C., he now litigates antitrust matters for the FTC.
Ken Paxton, Jr., has just completed his first legislative session since being elected to the Texas House of Representatives in November 2002. He serves on the ways and means committee, the financial institutions committee and as vice chair of general investigations, and has recently been appointed by the House Speaker to serve on the cost adjustments subcommittee of the House select committee on public school finance. In addition to his legislative responsibilities, Paxton practices law in the areas of estate planning, corporate law, and real estate. He also is acting as a fee agent for Bridgespan Title Company in Frisco, TX. He lives in McKinney, TX, with his wife Angela and their four children — Tucker, 11, Abby, 9, Madison, 7, and Katie, 5.
Timothy Webster has been made a partner in the Washington, D.C., office of Sidley, Austin, Brown & Wood LLP. His practice includes both civil and criminal environmental matters, as well as regulatory advocacy and related compliance counseling. Webster also advises clients on food and drug-related matters where environmental issues are implicated. Before joining the firm in 1999, Webster litigated complex civil enforcement cases as a trial attorney in the environmental enforcement section of the U.S. Department of Justice.
President George Bush has appointed Victor Wolski to be a judge on the U.S. Court of Federal Claims. The U.S. Senate confirmed the appointment on July 9, and Wolski took up his duties later that month. Formerly he practiced with Cooper & Kirk in Washington, D.C. He also has served as general counsel to the Joint Economic Committee of the U.S. Congress and as tax counsel to Senator Connie Mack (R-FL). Wolski and his wife Lisa live in Arlington, VA. She works in the U.S. Senate as tax counsel to Senator Jon Kyl (R-AZ).
Bill Carbaugh has taken a new job as senior vice president of leasing with Guardian Realty Management, Inc. Guardian Realty is a $250 million commercial real estate company, which owns and manages 24 properties in the Washington, D.C. area. The company currently is raising an additional $100 million to acquire more properties, Carbaugh wrote.
John Lynch and Cynthia Cordle Lynch ’95 welcomed their first child, Taylor Grace, on August 22. John serves as an assistant Commonwealth Attorney for Arlington County, VA, and Cynthia is an associate solicitor with the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office.
Theodore Mathas has been elected executive vice president of New York Life Insurance Company’s board of directors. Senior vice president since 1998, Mathas also was named co-head of the life and annuity business unit, the company’s largest operation, accounting for more than $11 billion in operating revenue in 2002. The business unit includes all domestic life insurance and annuity products, as well as agency management and services, marketing, client service, and financial management.
Vytas Petrulis now serves as senior counsel in the business transactions section of Jackson Walker LLP in Dallas, TX, practicing primarily in the real estate, energy, and corporate areas. Prior to his arrival at Jackson Walker, Petrulis served as general counsel of an energy infrastructure development company that was active in developing and operating project- financed petrochemical facilities.
Adam Pritchard has been promoted to Professor of Law at the University of Michigan Law School, where he teaches corporate and securities law. His current research focuses on the effects of fraud on securities markets and the role of class action litigation in controlling fraud. In September he presented “Behavioral Economics and the SEC ” at the American and Law Economics Association annual meeting at Northwestern University School of Law. His articles have appeared in the Business Lawyer, Virginia Law Review, Southern California Law Review, and the Stanford Law Review. Previously Pritchard served as senior counsel in the Office of the General Counsel of the Securities Exchange Commission, where he wrote appellate briefs and studied the effect of recent reforms in the areas of securities fraud litigation. He received the SEC ’s Law and Policy Award for his work in United States v. O’Hagan, in which the Supreme Court upheld the misappropriation theory of insider trading.
Michael Wu and his wife, Tara O’Brien Wu, announce the birth of their first child, Erika Michele, born September 6.Wu continues to work as a vice president and acting general counsel in the Reston, VA, office of Teleglobe America, Inc., an international telecommunications provider.
Vincent Grieco accepted a new job as the senior counsel at the United States Filter Company beginning January 1, 2003.
Lt. Col. Richard Gross and his wife Vickie moved to Heidelberg, Germany, in July. Formerly with the U.S. Army Special Operations Command in Fort Bragg, NC, Gross is now the deputy staff judge advocate for V Corps, U.S. Army Europe.
William Pusey, Jr., has joined Michael Joyce & Associates PC as vice president in the firm’s Richmond office. He leads the family office advisory practice, helping high net worth families structure their estates, plan their investments, and prepare the next generations for inheritance. He also directs the firm’s strategic initiatives. Pusey formerly provided strategic business advisory services through his company, EpiGnosis LLC, and served as senior vice president for financial and risk management services at Envera LLC, a Richmond-based eBusiness network serving the global petrochemical industry.
The U.S. Senate confirmed C. Stewart Verdery, Jr., June 19 as the first assistant secretary for homeland security for border and transportation security policy and planning. He advises Border and Transportation Security Under Secretary Asa Hutchinson on policy development in immigration and customs inspection and investigations, cargo and trade policy, transportation security, counter narcotics, and federal law enforcement training. Verdery frequently represents the Department of Homeland Security before Congress and private sector bodies. He formerly served as general counsel to Senator Don Nickles (R-OK).
Dan Donahue has been promoted to chief operating officer at the Broder-Webb-Chervin- Silbermann Agency (BWCS). In this newly created position he oversees the business affairs department and manages daily operations. A key member of the agency for many years, Donahue will continue crafting high-level deals for BWCS’s film and television clients.
Rudolf Haas was elected to the partnership of Latham & Watkins LLP in Frankfurt, Germany, effective January 1. He practices corporate and securities law.
David Haddock recently joined Baker Botts LLP as an associate in the Washington, D.C., corporate department. His practice focuses on mergers and acquisitions, as well as securities matters, especially in the broadcast and cable media, telecommunications and advertising industries. Haddock has been responsible, both as outside counsel and as a member of a corporate legal department, for the acquisition or divestiture of dozens of companies in more than ten countries.
Lawlor Quinlan III was recently named as one of the top ten “up and coming” attorneys in Western New York by a panel of Buffalo and Rochester legal professionals. The award was based in part upon Quinlan’s successful defense of a town supervisor in a highly publicized suit brought against her by the town board. The following month, Quinlan and his partner Terry Connors successfully represented a man who had been rendered quadriplegic while performing as a professional diver. The $58.6 million verdict rendered after six weeks of trial was the highest ever awarded in that part of the state and was ranked as one of the top ten verdicts nationally in 2003 by Lawyers Weekly USA. Quinlan is a partner with Connors & Vilardo LLP, a boutique litigation firm engaged in both civil and criminal trial and appellate practice. He and his wife Elizabeth live in Buffalo with their three children.
Jeffrey Stern and his wife, Amy Wong, a pediatric nurse practitioner, welcomed their first child, Josh, on September 22. Stern and Mitchell Bompey both work in the technology law group in Morgan Stanley’s law division. Both were promoted from vice presidents to executive directors last fall.
Kim Willoughby has spent the last ten years developing a practice emphasizing gay and lesbian family law and alternative reproduction. She manages Willoughby Law Firm LLC, a three attorney firm located in Denver, CO. In 2003 she published a book entitled, Ordinary Issues, Extraordinary Solutions: A Legal Guide to the Colorado GLBT Community (Bradford Publishing Co., July 2003) Also in 2003, she gave birth to a baby boy, Van Willoughby Guelzow, who joins her and her partner in their home in the foothills of Golden, CO.
Brigen Winters and his wife Jennifer welcomed their second son, Andrew James, on September 17. Drew joined older brother Jake, in the family home in Arlington, VA.
In September Chris Baradel completed his first Ironman Triathlon (2.4-mile swim, 112-mile bike ride, 26.2- mile run).While his finishing time of 13 hours and 35 minutes placed him 806th, it was good enough to put him in the top half of more than 1,800 entrants in Ironman Wisconsin. “Given the unseasonably warm 89-degree temperature, I was happy not to be one of the record 273 participants not to finish the race!” he wrote. Baradel works for Zyman Group, a leading management consulting firm based in Atlanta and Chicago that specializes in marketing, branding, and growth strategies.
Jan Berlage was appointed chair of the bankruptcy law committee of the Young Lawyer’s Division of the American Bar Association in August. The committee monitors bankruptcy related legislation and case law, provides information to local practitioners, and sponsors outreach programs and clinics for consumers and businesses. Berlage practices commercial litigation as an associate in the litigation department of Ballard, Spahr, Andrews & Ingersoll LLP in Baltimore, MD. A member of the bankruptcy, reorganization, and capital recovery group, he also practices intellectual property litigation.
Diana Strauss Casey was elected to partnership with Latham & Watkins LLP in San Diego, CA, effective January 1. She practices litigation in the environment, land, and resources department with a focus on complex insurance disputes and contaminated site work.
Andrea Cummings became a partner with Sidley, Austin, Brown & Wood LLP in Chicago, IL, effective July 1. She practices real estate finance.
Maura Perry Goldstein recently became a partner with Baker Botts LLP in global projects in Washington, D.C. Goldstein represents lenders and borrowers in complex financing transactions and has substantial experience acting for multilateral and bilateral financing institutions and energy sector borrowers. She has advised parties in project financings in Latin America, Russia and Eastern Europe, China, and the U.S.
In January Paul Hourihan was elected a partner of Williams & Connolly LLP in Washington, D.C. Hourihan has appeared in courts across the country on behalf of clients in a wide range of civil and criminal matters, including representation of both plaintiffs and defendants in fraud, civil rights, professional malpractice, commercial contracts, and RICO cases.
J. Travis Laster was at the Law School last Fall to teach a short-course on takeover litigation. He specializes in corporate law and litigation as a partner with Richards, Layton & Finger PA in Wilmington, DE.
Cynthia Cordle Lynch and John Lynch ’92 welcomed their first child, Taylor Grace, on August 22. Cynthia is an associate solicitor with the U. S. Patent & Trademark Office, and John serves as an assistant Commonwealth Attorney for Arlington County, VA.
Bob Ritter and his wife Kristin announce the birth of their second daughter, Emily, on August 29. She joins older sister Helen, 2, in the family home in Harpers Ferry, WV. Ritter specializes in mergers and acquisitions, transactions, corporate law, and telecommunications as of counsel with Lukas, Nace, Gutierrez & Sachs, Chartered, in Leesburg, VA.
Wendy Barrett Warren recently joined Baker Botts LLP as special counsel with global projects in Washington, D.C. Warren represents clients before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and the New York Public Service Commission in rate and merger proceedings and other regulatory matters.
Jonathan Wolcott was elected to the partnership of Holland & Knight LLP in January. A member of the business law section in Washington, D.C., he concentrates his practice on corporate and securities law and merger and acquisition transactions. He was formerly senior counsel.
Stephen Adams and Tracy Welch live in Boston, MA. Welch was recently promoted to vice president at Credit Suisse First Boston, while Adams was named partner in the corporate department at Goodwin Proctor.
In September Josh Black co-founded Bello Black LLP, a new management-side labor and employment litigation boutique in Boston ’s Back Bay. Black and his wife Sally have two children, Ginny, 7, and Will, 4. They live in Wellesley, MA.
In October Elizabeth “Lily” Engle opened her own law firm, Chamowitz, Chamowitz & Engle PLC, in Old Town Alexandria, VA. The newly formed firm is only four blocks from Young, Goldman & VanBeek, where she was previously an associate. “Neither firm is quite near enough to the river to have been wiped out by (Hurricane) Isabel, thank goodness,” she writes. “I am very excited about this endeavor, as are my new partner and his wife, who is of counsel to the firm. We are having a great time so far.” She continues her practice of both transactional and litigation work with concentrations in commercial law, real estate matters, contracts, equity sharing agreements, preventing and conducting foreclosures, and partition suits.
Robert Howard, Jr., and his wife Susan celebrated the birth of their second child, Kathryn Ann, on July 17. Howard practices securities litigation and investment regulation law as a partner with LeClair Ryan PC.
In September, Rob Masri was named a National TRIO Achiever by the U.S. Department of Education Office of Postsecondary Education. Recipients of the TRIO Achiever Award are honored for their accomplishments and dedicated commitment to excellence in education. A student in the Virginia Tech Upward Bound Program, Rob is the first participant from a Virginia TRIO program to receive this honor. Masri lives in Charlottesville, and serves as Principal Gifts Officer for the Law School Foundation. Prior to joining the Law School Foundation, Masri was executive vice president of corporate development and general counsel for Multicity, Inc., where he was responsible for developing and managing the company’s strategic business partnerships and handling its legal affairs. Prior to joining Multicity, he was an attorney with Cooley Godward LLP and Hunton & Williams. In addition, Masri co-taught a course at the Law School on high technology start-ups and venture capital financing.
Michael Reese was recently elected a partner with Milberg, Weiss, Bershad, Hynes & Lerach LLP in New York City. His practice involves antitrust, securities, and consumer fraud class action litigation. Reese and his wife Sue also celebrated the birth of their first son, Tayson, in March 2003.
In December Regan Safier was made a partner in the Philadelphia office of Weber, Gallagher, Simpson, Stapleton, Fires & Newby LLP. She is the youngest partner in firm history. Her practice is devoted almost exclusively to the defense of physicians and hospitals in medical malpractice actions. She and her husband Duane Smith reside in Merion, PA, with their two daughters Jolie, 2, and Devin, 1.
Benkai Bouey moved to Los Angeles last summer with his wife, Theresa Mann (Wellesley ’96 and Harvard ’02), and their daughter, Kaiya Elizabeth, 1. Bouey started a new job as vice president and general counsel for Career Resources Group LLC.
Elisa Stinchcum Carlson practices as an associate with Mary G. Commander, Attorney & Mediator. Her Norfolk, VA, practice emphasizes family law, adoption, and workers’ compensation.
Anissa Crumley and Davis Paddock were married in Austin, TX, on June 21. The Paddocks live in Houston.
Anne Davis is living in the Netherlands, working as a prosecutor/legal officer at the United Nations' international war crimes tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. In August, she was in trial on a case involving four Bosnian Serb military officers alleged to have been responsible for the July 1995 massacre of over 7,000 Muslim men and boys at Srebrenica, Eastern Bosnia. Davis is on leave from her practice at Arnold & Porter in Washington, D.C., where she practices as an associate in the general litigation practice group. She plans to return to her firm this year.
Catherine Henderson Day and Jonathan Day ’99 were married in Houston, TX, on March 15, 2003.
In October Greg Feder gave presentations at two special conferences of the World Online Gambling Law Report, the newsletter of the e-gambling industry. He spoke in Long Beach, CA, and Washington, D.C., on “How Money Circulates in Online Gambling.” Feder serves as senior associate in the financial regulatory and ecommerce practices at Mayer, Brown, Rowe & Maw LLP in Washington, D.C.
In December William “Billy” Jones and his family moved from Richmond, VA, to Denver, CO, where Jones practices litigation with Moye Giles LLP.
Eric Kadel, Jr., and his wife Heather welcomed their first child, Eric John Kadel III, to the world on August 21, 2002.
Stephen Malone joined the National Broadcasting Company in New York as employment counsel in September. Previously, he practiced labor and employment law as an associate at New York ’s Proskauer Rose LLP. He lives in Manhattan.
Paula Collins McGlarry recently left Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP to work for the Mercer Consulting subsidiary of Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc., as corporate counsel. Her husband, Robert McGlarry ’98, recently left Willkie, Farr & Gallagher LLP to work for the Office of the Commissioner of Baseball as counsel.
Andrew Jackson Montague, son of Latane Montague IV, was born February 12, 2003.
Deborah Owen Pell and her husband Nick had a baby girl, Cecelia Elizabeth, on January 5, 2003. Big brother Nicholas turned three this summer, and starts pre-school this fall. Pell continues her position as an in-house attorney for Bechtel Power Corporation in Frederick, MD. Her husband now works as a senior systems analyst at Booz, Allen, Hamilton in Baltimore, MD.
Neil Richards and his wife Wendy celebrated the birth of their first child, Fiona, in April. Several weeks later, they moved to St. Louis, where Richards has taken a job as an associate professor at Washington University School of Law. He teaches privacy law, property, and First Amendment.
Andrew Rosenberg wrote about running for U.S. Congress in Virginia ’s 8th district, challenging incumbent Congressman Jim Moran for the Democratic nomination. “Two months into the most challenging experience of my life, my campaign to unseat the rightfully embattled incumbent, Jim Moran, we are off to a great start,” he wrote. “I have an amazing campaign manager, fundraiser, and staff, and have been relying heavily on the support of a great group of friends from, among other places, my UVA days. One of the most enjoyable parts of the experience thus far has been receiving words of encouragement from old Law School friends. In our first six weeks my campaign raised nearly $160,000, which brings us within shooting distance of the incumbent. Unfortunately, it will take much more for us to run a truly competitive race. I really hope fellow classmates and others will check out the latest from the campaign trail at www.andyrosenbergforcongress.com, where, incidentally, they can easily contribute to my campaign!”
Glenn Saks has left private practice with White & Case LLP to join the Miami-Dade County Attorney’s Office.
Salmon Shomade began his management doctoral degree studies at the Eller College of Business and Public Administration at the University of Arizona in September. He is majoring in public administration and policy with a possible minor in political economy or finance. He was inspired and encouraged to return to school by his “lovely wife of six years,” Beretta Smith-Shomade (Ph.D. ’97, UCLA), an assistant professor in media arts at the University of Arizona.
Jason Sneed and his wife Charity are proud to announce the birth of their third child, Andrew Nicholas, born May 18. Big sister, Tara, 4, and big brother, Henry Jason, 2, love their baby brother. Sneed continues to practice copyright, trademark, and other business litigation at Alston & Bird LLP in Charlotte, NC.
Cory Way is completing a doctorate in law at Merton College, Oxford. Way is examining television news coverage of crimes in the United States and England.
Wendy Yoviene married Joe Lissenden at Selma Plantation in Leesburg, VA, on October 26, 2002. The couple lives in Reston, VA. Early in 2003, the U.S. Supreme Court granted a petition for writ of certiorari that Yoviene prepared with fellow Law alum, Chip English ’84. Both Law alumni sat at counsel table during oral arguments and recently learned that the Supreme Court voted eight to one in their favor. The case involved issues relating to the Commerce Clause.
William Baroni, Jr., received the Professional Achievement Award from the New Jersey State Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division at its 2003 annual meeting in Atlantic City. He previously practiced election and campaign finance law and government relations with Blank Rome LLP in Trenton, NJ. Throughout his practice he has represented numerous candidates for public office and served as counsel to the New Jersey Republican Congressional delegation during the 2001 Congressional redistricting process where the first-ever compromise redistricting map was drawn. Baroni has authored “The Emerging Trend of Unionization of Doctors in Health Maintenance Organizations” in FOCUS (December 1998) and “Torricelli v. Samson and the Creation of the Administrative Feasibility Standard in New Jersey Election Law” in The Seton Hall Legislative Law Journal.
Peter Bowden has returned to Andrews Kurth LLP in Houston, TX, where he practiced from 1998 to 2000. He spent three years with Simpson, Thacher & Bartlett LLP in Palo Alto, CA.
M. Beth Frackleton Colling recently left the law firm of Gentry, Locke, Rakes & Moore LLP in Roanoke, VA, to practice closer to home. She joined the Lynchburg firm of Petty, Livingston, Dawson & Richards PC in Lynchburg. Colling lives in Forest, VA, with her husband Kent, daughter Mackenzie Frackleton, 7, and son, Jack Colling, 1.
Prentiss Hallenbeck, Jr., joined Ulmer & Berne LLP in Cincinnati, OH, in October. He practices in the firm’s liability defense and pharmaceutical, medical device and mass tort litigation groups and concentrates on product liability, personal injury, litigation, trademark, and insurance.
Jonathan Hamilton practices in the Washington, D.C., office of White & Case LLP. He previously worked in the firm’s Mexico City and New York City offices. He resides in Alexandria, VA, with his wife Andrea (Arts & Sciences ’98), son Joaquin, and two dogs.
R. Lucas Hobbs recently moved to Bristol, VA, and joined the office of the U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Virginia in its Abingdon branch office. He is primarily prosecuting narcotics and firearms offenses in Southwest Virginia.
Tracey Howard Livesay and her husband James are pleased to announce the birth of their first child and son, James “Trey” David Livesay III, on June 30. The family resides in Woodbridge, VA, and would love to hear from other classmates at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stanford McCoy started a new job in June as assistant general counsel in the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative.
Robert McGlarry recently left Willkie, Farr & Gallagher to work for the Office of the Commissioner of Baseball as Counsel. His wife, Paula Collins McGlarry ’97, recently left Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP to work for the Mercer Consulting subsidiary of Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc., as corporate counsel.
Curtis and Jennifer Murphy Romig welcomed their daughter, Laura Fair, into the world. Curtis continues to practice law with Powell, Goldstein, Frazer, and Murphy LLP in Atlanta, GA. Jennifer is teaching legal research and writing for the third year at Emory University School of Law.
Eric Scott and Kathryn Swint ’99 became parents of twin boys, Vaughn Robert Scott and Graham Daniel Scott, on March 26, 2003. The growing family recently moved to San Antonio, TX, where Scott practices law with Fulbright & Jaworski and Swint currently is staying home with the boys.
Millicent Roberts Stilwell and her husband, McDavid, have recently moved to Cambridge where McDavid is attending Harvard Business School. Stilwell wrote, “I am not practicing law presently, but rather practicing being a full-time mother” to her daughter Louise, 2.
San Antonio Business Journal chose Stephanie Chandler as one of its “40 Under Forty,” individuals whom the paper describes as people who have made significant accomplishments in their career, business, community, or a combination of those areas in the San Antonio area. Chandler practices in the business transactions section and the Internet law group of Jackson Walker LLP.
Jonathan Day and Catherine Henderson Day ’97 were married in Houston, TX, on March 15, 2003.
Clarissa Chun Kang has become the proud mother of a healthy, fun, little boy, Aaron Jayson, born March 14, 2003. “He’s the light of my life!” she writes. She also changed firms and now specializes in employee benefits and ERISA litigation with Trucker Huss APC, still in San Francisco, CA.
Jennifer Crimmins Keeley and Stephen J. Keeley welcomed a new child, Kathryn Marie, on May 27. The couple resides in Naperville, IL, along with their older daughter, Charlotte Rose.
Galina Kolomietz and her husband, Matthew Frank, welcomed their first child, Hannah Robin Frank, on February 5, 2003.
In November D. David Parr, Jr., joined the asset securitization group of the global capital markets and mergers and acquisition teams of Hunton & Williams LLP in Richmond, VA.
George Peterson has joined Sands, Anderson, Marks & Miller PC as an associate in the McLean office. Peterson focuses his practice on professional liability defense and commercial litigation as a member of the business and professional liability practice group and the healthcare practice group.
Mark Rankin has joined the Federal Public Defenders Office for the Middle District of Florida as an assistant federal public defender in the trial division of the Tampa office.
Michelle Sheridan married Andrew Adams in Washington, D.C., on June 7. The couple resides in Boston, MA. Sheridan recently left Nutter McClennen & Fish LLP to join the Office of the Attorney General in the appellate division of the criminal bureau.
Scott Spence and his partner of over five years married in Leiden, the Netherlands, in April. In September Spence graduated from Leiden University with an LL.M. in public international law. He has joined the Harvard Sussex Program on Chemical and Biological Weapons Armament and Arms Limitation as the programs researcher in The Hague. He is on secondment to the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons and works primarily for the Office of the Legal Adviser. Scott and his partner reside in their new home in The Hague.
Kathryn Swint and Eric Scott ’98 became parents of twin boys, Vaughn Robert and Graham Daniel Scott, on March 26, 2003. The growing family recently moved to San Antonio, TX where Scott practices law with Fulbright & Jaworski and Swint currently is staying home with the boys.
Kashi Way recently married Diane Ferguson (Arts & Sciences ’88).