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Class Notes

  • James Williams JD'79 moderated a symposium, "The Dawn of a New Fulfillment: Equal Justice Under the Law 50 Years After the 1964 Civil Rights Act," sponsored by North Carolina Advocates for Justice (NCAJ) on April 11 at the International Civil Rights Museum in Greensboro. James is a member of the board of governors of NCAJ and the public defender of Orange and Chatham counties.
  • Venroy July JD'07 has founded Hardwork Promotions, to schedule fights and promote his professional boxing career which began in 2009, after winning the D.C. Novice Golden Glove.  He competes in the cruiserweight division.  Venroy is also a corporate associate in the Baltimore office of Hogan Lovells.
  • Kent Weeks JD'64  has authored Doing Civility: Breaking the Cycle of Incivility on Campus (Morgan James Publishing, 2014).  This follows his 2011 book, In Search of Civility: Confronting Incivility on the College Campus (Morgan James Publishing).  Kent also maintains a law practice in Nashville, Tenn.  
  • Kevin Cuddy JD'00 has joined the Anchorage office of Stoel Rives as of counsel in the litigation group. He previously practiced with Feldman Orlansky & Sanders in Anchorage and Ropes & Gray in Boston.
  • Karen Cashion JD'90 has founded and is the president of the Greater Alpharetta Tech Network, a nonprofit dedicated to serving the interests of the 900 technology companies in the Greater Alpharetta, Georgia region.  Karen is a partner at Hipes & Belle Isle.
  • Wendy Collins Perdue JD'78, dean and professor of law at the University of Richmond School of Law, has been selected by Virginia Lawyers Weekly to join the Class of 2014 of Influential Women of Virginia, which recognizes the outstanding efforts of women in the commonwealth in all fields, including law, business, health care, education and the arts. The honors are given to individuals who are making notable contributions to their chosen professions, their communities and society at large.
  • Karla Simon JD'72 has been appointed a visiting scholar at Harvard's Fairbank Center on Chinese Studies beginning August 1.  Karla is chair of the International Center for Civil Society Law and affiliated scholar at the New York University U.S.-Asia Law Institute.
  • Leslie Mahaffey JD'11 has completed two federal judicial clerkships, and has joined the Washington, D.C. firm of Williams & Connolly as an associate.
  • David Starr JD'89 has been appointed vice president and general counsel of The LaSalle Group, Inc., a national provider of memory care, including the Autumn Leaves® memory care assisted living communities and other businesses throughout the country.  David previously was vice president and deputy general counsel at Belo Corp., a national media company.
  • Sarah Hawkins Warren JD'08 and her husband, Blaise, welcomed their daughter, Elizabeth Carter Warren on March 26, 2014.  Sarah is a litigation associate in the Washington, D.C. office of Kirkland & Ellis.