The Second Time Around

When Steven (JD 82) and Natalia (JD 86) Kalishman got married the first time, the ceremony took place in a barebones government office in Natalia’s hometown of Novorossiisk, Russia. Only two other people looked on. When they wanted to renew their wedding vows 25 year later, they decided

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Up the Ladder

An “eminently qualified successor” is how George Reardon (JD 75) was described when he was recently appointed senior vice president and general counsel of Adecco Group North America, a Forbes 500 company. Reardon previously was senior vice president and general counsel of Kelly Services and former chairman of the American Staffing

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Summer 2005 Class Notes

Share Your News Your classmates want to hear from you, so don’t forget to send information about your accomplishments. Please note you also can now list your e-mail address with your news, but we ask that you include a note that gives us permission to

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Comfterble with Language?

By Gertrude Block Lecturer Emeritus President Eisenhower was known for his failure to finish sentences. President Bush is known for his mispronunciations, but even people who don’t usually notice such things groan when he says “nucular.” In his second State of the Union speech, he

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Public Interest Environmental Conference

A small-town teacher who secured a $5 million community development fund as well as relocation funds for the entire neighborhood from Shell Chemicals was the keynote speaker at the student-run Public Interest Environmental Conference. Margie Eugene Richard, winner of the 2004 Goldman Prize for Environmental

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