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Charles Houchins writes he is enjoying retirement in his Chicago-area Arlington Heights community.
The Robbie Robinson Award, presented to a member of the legal profession who has demonstrated dedication to the principles of service to individuals and of advancement of the legal, political, social, and civil rights of the citizens of the Savannah (Georgia) Community, was awarded to Alan Gaynor, a partner at Bouhan, Williams & Levy LLP.
E. Barrett Prettyman, Jr., has been appointed by the Chief Justice of the United States to become Chair of the Supreme Court Judicial Fellows Commission for 2004.
Dean McCormac is still hard at work at Jit Precision Machining, Inc., in Syracuse, NY. He makes “whatever the customer wants.”
Benjamin Allston Moore, Jr., is still practicing and enjoys it more than ever (along with fishing, hunting, and tennis).
Herbert Glickman retired after 23 years as a Superior Court Judge (NJ) and is now of counsel with Cutler Simeone in Morristown, NJ, specializing in mediation and arbitration of family related matters.
Larry Philips is heading abroad again—Istanbul for a wedding and a tour of the Turkish coast, then Rome and up to Pietrosante, where he has a studio.
Syd and Noel Settle traveled from Palm Beach this spring to visit the Corses in Jacksonville for a “mini-reunion.”
George Vlassis continues his practice in Phoenix and is in good health.
Frank Stewart will return to Charlottesville this fall to teach a seminar in Arbitration and Mediation.
Bayard Z. Hochberg retired on June 30, 2002.
In summer and fall 2000, Peter
K. Leisure presided over two companion cases brought by human rights organizations
victims against Serbian Gen. Radovan Karadzic for Bosnian war
crimes committed by his Serb military forces in a campaign of
torture, murder, rape, and “ethnic cleansing.”