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Class Notes

  • Cynthia Johnson Walden JD'95, leader of the trademark and copyright practice group at Fish & Richardson in Boston, has received gold and silver band designations in Massachusetts and the U.S., respectively, by World Trademark Review for both enforcement/litigation and prosecution/strategy. 
  • Hiroko Jimbo LLM'12 has been named an associate in the Tokyo office of Hishimura & Asahi.
  • L. Clifford Craig LLB'64, of counsel in the Cincinnati, Ohio office of Taft Stettinius & Holland, has been recognized as an Ohio Super Lawyer 2014  in the field of business litigation. 
  • Cym Lowell JD'72 has authored the novel, Jasper's War (Rosemary Beach Press 2014).  All proceeds are donated to Operation Next Chapter to help provide voice activated computers for wounded veterans.  Cym is a tax partner in the Houston office of McDermott Will & Emery.  
  • Arnold Greenberg JD'59 practiced for over 50 years as a CPA in Atlanta, Chicago, Detroit and Boise, Idaho.
  • Libby Magee Coles JD'08 has been appointed by the North Carolina House to chair the newly-created N.C. Human Trafficking Commission.  Libby is the founder, executive director and managing attorney of Durham-based JusticeMatters, a non-profit organization that provides legal services to low-income clients.
  • Karla McKanders JD'03 has been granted tenure on the faculty of law at the University of Tennessee, where her research focuses on civil rights, immigration, and asylum law and policy.
  • Caroline Vergruggen LLM'94 has been appointed a judge of the Tribunal of the First Instance in Brussels, Belgium.  She most recently practiced with DLA Piper in Brussels.
  • Tania Khosla LLM'10 was married to Kabir Taneja on Jan. 18 in New Delhi, India.  They make their home in Bhubaneshwar, Orissa, India.  Several of Tania's classmates attended the wedding.
  • Carloa Pena JD'83 retired in September as chief counsel at Pepperidge Farm, Inc. after 11 years. He received the Pepperidge Farm National Sales Team's Hall of Fame award, only the second non-sales employee to receive the award.  In retirement, Carlos is teaching Business Law at Norwalk Community College (Conn.) and has started a consulting business.