Class of 1979 Garrick Byers ’79 has been appointed Interim Director of the Independent Office of Law Enforcement Review and Outreach. Class of 2011 Evan Mascagni ’11 was interviewed by his alma mater Rollins College about how he and his filmmaking partners are “helping shape the world through documentary film.” […]Read More
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Akeem Earle, 4L, has been selected as the 2022 D.C. Bar Writer in Residence, where he will produce content for the Bar’s multimedia channels through June 2022.Read More
Class of 1981 Claudia Schlosberg ’81 was elected President of Advancing States Alumni Leadership Network. Class of 1984 Jonathan Smith ’84 and Shelley Broderick ’82 MAT wrote an op-ed in the Washington Post on the need to close the DC Jail. Class of 2003 Honorable Nichole Opkins ’03 was appointed […]Read More
Class of 1980 Tony Oppegard ’80 continues the fight against corporate criminals in the mining industry. Oppegard told Yahoo! News that dusty conditions are “rampant” in mining, adding, “It’s not just illegal, it’s immoral to knowingly expose miners to a disease that basically strangles them to death.” The piece focuses on […]Read More
Class of 1981 Andrew S. Birrell ’81, of Minneapolis, Minnesota, was sworn in as Secretary of the Nation’s Criminal Defense Bar. Class of 1982 Joyce McConnell ’82, serves as the first woman President of Colorado State University. Listen to her podcast interview on Bizjournals.com. Class of 1983 Karen Clopton ’83, […]Read More
Stanley Myers ’03, managing partner and attorney at Moore Bradley Myers (MBM), completed the 64th Military Judge Course becoming the third Military Judge for the South Carolina Army National Guard and the first African-American to hold this position in South Carolina. He is currently a Lieutenant Colonel in the National […]Read More