Matthew A. Menendez, J.D. ’10 joined the Law Offices of Kantaras & Andreopoulos in Palm Harbor, Fla.
Press Release: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2011/10/prweb8879661.htm
Samuel Dalton, J.D. ’54, H’94, Harahan, La., the founding chairman the Jefferson Parish Indigent Defender Board in Louisiana, who has represented poor defendants for nearly six decades, is the Kutak-Dodds Prize awardee for public defense.
Professor Verchick recently published: Climate Change and the Puget Sound: Building the Legal Framework for Adaptation, 2(3) CLIMATE LAW 1 (2011) (with Yee Huang, et al.)
Professor Verchick gave a lecture to students at Stanford Law School, titled, "The Role of Federal Law and Policy in Climate Change Adaptation."
Michael A. McGlone ’72, J.D. ’75, partner in the New Orleans, La., office of Kean Miller, was named Alumnus of the Year by Jesuit High School.
Eric Hudson '07, a graduate of your law school, was recently appointed Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Texas.
Tyler J. Rench, J.D. ’11 joined Jones Walker an associate in the firm’s Business & Commercial Litigation Practice Group and practices from the firm’s New Orleans office. Tyler previously worked for the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana as an extern to the Hon. Sarah S. Vance and as a law clerk. Additionally, he collaborated with Loyola College of Law professor Kathryn Venturatos Lorio, J.D. ’73 on updating her Louisiana Civil Law Treatise on Successions and Donations.
Steven W. Hays, J.D. ’95 was elected partner at Pietragallo Gordon Alfano Bosick & Raspanti, L.L.P. Steven is a registered patent attorney in the Intellectual Property group of the firm and is based in the Pittsburgh, Pa., office. He focuses his practice on patent and trademark prosecution and litigation, assisting clients in protecting and enforcing their intellectual property rights, providing non-infringement/freedom to operate and invalidity opinions, and preparing and reviewing licensing agreements.
Third-year law student Daniel Perez co-chaired with Tulane Law School the Fifteenth Annual National Latina/o Law Student Conference held Thursday, September 29 through Saturday, October 1, 2011. This years conference was entitled “Crossroads: Changing Faces in New Beginnings,” recognizing the moment where a new culture full of color and life enters a community in the time of growth and recovery.
Gina Mushmeche, J.D. ’98, Henderson, Nev., was selected to be one of the State Chairs for Nevada by the Council on Litigation Management (CLM). In addition, Gina is the State Lead Chair.
M. Isabel Medina, the Ferris Family Distinguished Professor of Law at Loyola University New Orleans' College of Law presented a paper on "The Challenges of Effective Legal Defense in Deportation Proceedings," at the South Texas Law Review's Symposium on Ethical Considerations in Immigration Reform, at South Texas College of Law on October 11. The paper will be published by the South Texas Law Review.
She also participated in a panel discussion on "Ethical Considerations in Immigration Reform."