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Class Notes

  • John Woodlee JD'11 is an associate with the Bedell Firm in Jacksonville, Fla.
  • Camilla Knorr and Bram Braat Bratt LLM'07 were married on May 10, 2013, and welcomed their son, Julian Johannes Sebastian on Nov. 15, 2014.
  • Peter Volmink LLM'88 is executive manager: governance, supply chain management at Transnet Corporte SOC, a rail, port and pipeline company in South Africa.  
  • Rawn James JD'01, an author and senior trial attorney for the Department of the Navy, is featured in the documentary 'Mr. Civil Rights: Thurgood Marshall and the NAACP,' by filmmaker Mick Caouette and South Hill Films.  The film also features Justices Elena Kagen and John Paul Stevens and began airing on PBS stations in October.
  • Kristo Katmeridis LLM'90 has been promoted to senior vice president, legal and strategy, nuclear development at GDF SUEZ, with his offices in Brussels, Belgium.
  • Cary Moomjian JD'72 was appointed to the board of directors of Ensign Energy Services, a Calgary Canada-based company engaged in global oil and gas drilling and well services. Cary conducts public and in-house training on oil drilling and service contracts, and in 2015 is scheduled to present courses in Malaysia, Indonesia and Dubai.
  • Vonne Jacobs JD'02 has joined the Office of University Counsel at Duke, where she advises on a variety of healthcare operational, regulatory, and transactional matters. She previously was an in-house counsel at Erlanger Health System in Tennessee.  
  • Kate Gibson JD/LLM'08 has joined Covington & Burling as an associate in Washington, D.C. Previously, she served as a legal adviser to the Honorable O. Thomas Johnson, Jr. on the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal in The Hague. In that capacity, she worked on complex and sensitive state-to-state cases, including the case decided by the Tribunal in July 2014.
  • Ana Denmark JD'13 has launched Skandicrush, a subscription box for housewares, particularly clean and simple home goods from Scandinavia, from her San Francisco home.
  • Jennifer Tomsen JD'02 , a shareholder in the Houston office of Greenberg Traurig, has been appointed as a founding member of the Kids in Need of Defense (KIND) Houston Advisory Committee. KIND matches pro bono attorneys with unaccompanied immigrant children in removal proceedings who would otherwise face the legal system alone.