Temple University School of Law - Restatement Yearbook (Philadelphia, PA)
- Class of 1992
Page 1 of 80
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Text from Pages 1 - 80 of the 1992 volume:
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10O Days party.......8
100 Nights Party......9
Typical Day in the Life of a Day Student........10
Typical Night in the Life of a Night student....12
Class of 1992........18
In between Classes.....68
Temple University School of LawFinal-ly
ENTER EXRM PREP IN PROGRESS
AFTER ALL IS SAID AND DONE...
These members of the class of 1992 celebrate taking their last final. Clockwise from above: Paul Kallmeyer and David Bennethum; Joseph McAleer: Rick Platcl; Bobbi Weaver and Ginny Barringer: Bruce Bowen: Joe Miele: and Thomas Porter.May 21COUNTING IXJWN THE DAYS...Day students celebrated their I kindred Days Party at Palumbo's. Clockwise from right: Jane Kelly Anastasia and John Anastasia: Anne Wilkerson. Mira Bhushan. Donna Bahnek. Nancy I iartsough and Susan Wiener; Jackie Fatula. Rich Orr. a friend. Vicki Scharuda. Anna Marie Chamoun. Frank Murphy and John Anastasia; Dancers include Jerry Teresinski, Bruce Fenton and Acryn Seltzer Fenton. Vicki Scharuda; and Chris Lagano and friend.
One Hundred DaAND COUNTING DOWN THE NIGHTS....The evening students held their bash at the Hilton Hotel. Clockwise from top left: Class President Karen Olejarz and Vice President Linda Martin: Pat Knese and Molly Pcckman; Jim Nicolo and Bcv Black: Anita Herrera; ami Karen Finnegan. Paul Kallmcyer and Dottie Clacys.
nd One Hundred Nights
9A TYPICAL GOOD DAY IN THE LIFE OF DAY STUDENTS MIGHT HAVE LOOKED SOMETHING LIKE THIS....
A Day in theNo Night is Typical!
GOING TO SCHOOL AT NIGHT...Clockwise from below: Pat Knesc; Linda Martin: die first floor between classes; Pam Kirby: Karen Olejarz; Rick Platcl and Joe McAlccr: Mel McDowell: Anita Herrera. Molly Pcckman. Pat Knesc. Kevin Haney; Back Row: Bobbi Weaver and Karen Olejarz.13STUDYING
STUDYING ABROAD — TEMPLE LAW STUDENTS IN ROME. ATHENS AND TEL AVIV AND FOREIGN LLM STUDENTS AT TEMPLE LAW! Clockwise from right: Mike Linn and Professors Traylor and Lindsey in Athens: Rome 1990 students; Professor Natali with friends in Greece; and Mike Linn and Joe Lukens in Greece.
LLM students pictured below: Front Row: Ben Ngenda. Fadi Mclki. Isabelle Teta .-Monthoux. Vipul Modi. Gunhild Schaefer. Xuc heng Dai; Back Row: Chiu-Fu Lin. Jongtip Kcnthawom. Nomvuyo Bahlckazi. Sara Field. Luis Andueza and France Laowratanachoat.
Pictured separately: Kwame Gyan.THE HALF-J.D. PARTY WAS A PICNIC...Clock wise from below: Mike Nelson, host of the picnic, with sons Trevor and Drew; the crew at the brew; Pam Kirby on the volleyball field; Mary McCarthy. Karen Olejarz and Beverly Black and friend.
NIGHT STUDEN' PLAY AT DA THE DAY STUDENTS' HALF-J.D. PARTY AT PALUMBO'S...Clockwise from top left: Michelle Portman and Dave Rubin; Andrea Soccio and Renee Bush; Steve Greenfield; Renee Bush and Susan Gibbons; and Marc Mayer.
AY STUDENTS CELEBRATE AT NIGHT!
David ArmstrongANDREW BABIAK
John David bennethumBeverly Black
Steve black Christine blue John Boileau l.
20 Marsha Bolden Anthony Boris David Boyer 3Daniel brinley Lori Brody Renee Bush
JOELLE BUSZKIEWICZ KENNETH BUTENSKY JOY BUTLER
£ tanford Cameron Josephine Carabello Michael Carver 2i
Anna-Marie-Chamoun Edward Charbonneau
Linda CohenMeryl Cohen
Thomas Cort, Jr
Leslie Ann Davis
Kimberly Debias 23Andrea Deutsch
Maryelizabeth Devine Gema Diaz
Maria DuncanKerry Erisman Nelson Erlam Jacquelyn Fatula
Anthony Febbo Michael Feder Jodi Feldman
A :ryn Seltzer Fenton
Camilo FerrandezLee Fiederer
Elizabeth Rizzo GambSusan Gibbons
Robert Gibson Joseph Golden
Lisa Gonzalez 2zArthur Gravanis
28 Rose Hankins
Michele HarisilANCY HARTSOUGH SALLY ANN HECKERT KIMBERLY HlLLERY
Tina Horowitz Otto Immel Kamal Jafarnia
V1INNA JAYAKUMAR SARAH-NANCY JENKINS JOHN JOERGENSENPaul Kallmeyer
Edward Kelbon, Jr.Soo Kyung Kim
Peter KohnMindy Levin
Anthony Mamasvl. Sean Maravich Paul Marineau Anthony Matignetti
Erika martin Kathleen Martin jeanmarie martinko
L. Derede McAlpin
Gerard McCabe Marissa McDevitt Ellen McDonald
Thierry McEldowney Karen McGlashen Karen McMichaelDavid McNeill
Salim fadi Melki
Joseph Miele, Jr.
C. George Milner, III
35Frank Murphy Seanne Murray Michael NelsoisC
36 Benjamin Ngenda James Nicolo veronica noonaI'Jeff Norris
Molly Peckman 37Richard Platel
Anna Marie Plum
38 Michael Price
Stefanie RabinowitzGlenn Raiczyk
Norman richNina Roshuk v
GREGORY ALAN RUTCHIK
40 Matthew Saline
Gunhild SchaeferDavid Senoff
David Shuter 41Andrea Soccio
Scott SlomowitzI RICHARD SUTER CHRISTINE SYKES JERRY TANENBAUM
Karim Tannous Jerome Teresinski Stanley Thompson
Michael Thyssen Patrick Timoney Fay TrachtenbergTami Traynor
William tridico. Sr.
Anne Von Scheven
Gregory Wallac eJennifer Walters
n Bobbi Weaver
A JN WlLKERSON
Mary-Ann Wood 45
Randi WengerEUGENE WRONA
Michael ZellerBARRY ZUKERMAN
Cynthia Haskin Myrna Mandlowity
48The Temple University Chapter of the Black Law Students Association (BL.S A) was created in 1969 when eight enterprising law- students saw the need to form a support organization for African-American law students. With a current membership of over I (X) students. Temple BLSA continues to fulfill the directive of our founders.
Temple BLSA provides educational, social and cultural support to its members. The Education Committee sponsored workshops on outlining. Westlaw and exam taking skills. BLSA hosts several happy hours at local clubs arid in the Law School. This semester, we had a "Spring Semester Welcome Back Party" and a Black History Month Jam. To ensure awareness of our cultural history, the Cultural AffairsCommitteeorganized a heartwarming tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, sponsored mid-day films and speakers and stimulated dialogue within the Law School by hosting forums to discuss issues which shape the lives of African-Americans and other people of color, litis year we sponsored "The Politics of Race at Temple Law School - a Forum on Race Relations." Our members visited schools and interviewed prospective law students and faculty.
In addition to playing an active role in the Law School community. Temple BLSA is committed to community service. Recognizing the need to be role models to our youth, our members serve as mentors, readers and Big Brothers Big Sisters to the children at the William Dick Elementary School.
In recognition of our efforts at Temple and in the Community. Temple BLSA is the proud recipient of the 1992 Mideast BLSA Chapter of the Year and Adopt-a-School Program Awards. We. the members of BLSA. are committed to making a difference.
lack Law Students Association
The Brehon Law Society, under the direction of President Pete Wymes. Vice President Jane Kelly. TreasurerFrank Murphy and Secretary Dennis Herbert, had a very busy year. This included an appearance by former political prisoner Paddy Joe Hill of the Birmingham Six. Highlights of his speech focused on the differences between the United States with our guaranteed constitutional rights and the United Kingdom's lack of such rights, to which he attributes his unjust imprisonment for 16 years. An action is pending in the World Court to compensate him for his suffering.
This year's St. Patrick's Day fare included speeches by City Councilperson Daniel McElhalton on extradition and asylum for Irish Nationals and by Ann Gaughan on the effect of the Joe Doherty case on American law.
Not to be forgotten were the annual St. Patrick's Day festivities which included all day videos and a party that was second to none, offering Ceilis. Schotts and more. Throughout the year, the Brchons were active in their support of local Irish events.
Brehon Law Societ
Entertainment Sports Law Association
Entertainment and sports law involves many practice areas including contracts. antitrust, malpractice and other areas affecting members of these industries. The Entertainment and Sports Law Association (ESLA) was started in the fall of 1990 by Lois Walker. Kimberly Hillery. Jaimic Fields and Andrea Dcutsch. Our purpose was to create an organization that w ould allow individuals to learn about entertainment and sports law. while networking with others who share this common interest.
The organization has held discussions with Professors Joseph Marshall.
who is also our advisor. Wendy Shiba and Lloyd Rcmick. In addition. B has brought in practitioners who spoke about specific areas of m copyright infringement and sports law.
Members of ESLA formed a symposium in the spring of 1991.» included six speakers and allowed participants to talk in a more inti setting with those actually working in entertainment and sports law. E hopes to make the symposium an annual event. ESLA has also heldn happy hours and social events.
PICTURED AT LEFT IS Indian Law Students Association founder and President Babita Chodha. Below are staff members of the Environmental Law Journal.
yTemple International 8c Comparative Law Journal
The Temple International and Comparative Law Journal is a student-operated scholarly publication! which features articles written by legal scholars, practitioners, and students on contemporary developments in international and comparative law. The articles published in the Journal deal with both-
Pictured above from lelt lo right: Row I: Andrew Babiak. Michelle Haris. Soo Kyung I . Kim. Marissa McDevitt. Joanna A. Sadowska: Row 2: Robert C. Laync. Samantha S. Daniels. Jeanmaric Martinko. Anne von Scheven. Norm J. Rich. Martha Fisher: Row 3: Stephen A. Seach. Anthony Boris. Cilenn B. Raiczyk. Kevin J. Kotch. Utc A. Joas. Michael Robins. Sharon A. Simkiss. Samuel M. First: Row 4: Jefrcy H. Cramer, M. Kelly Malone. Doug Johnson. Harry G. Kyriakodis. Professor John M. Lindsey.
Not Pictured: Victoria Scharuda. Robert M. Gcrardi. Catherine Tanaka. Mark D. Simon. F.ric T. Smith and Elysa L. Teric.
public and private international law issues, and sources for the articles include well-known scholars and government officials.
The Journal, which publishes twice a year, is advised by four international law experts: Professors Henry J. Richardson. III. John M. Lindsey. Rafael A. Porrata-Doria and S.O. Gyandoh, Jr.
4International Law Society
Professor Burton Caine, ai a lecture sponsored by the Jewish Law Students Association.
AssociationLatino American Law Students' AssociationTemple Law Students for Choice
55Law Students for Lesbian Gay Right
LSLGR participated in the annual Philadelphia AIDS Walk, sponsored Happy Hours and speakt
Scou Cooper and Abby Sullivan
National Trial Team
temple Law Students for Life
The Temple Law Students for Life (TLSFL) is a Pro-life student organization open toeveryone at the Law School. The purpose of TLSFL is to promote the most basic right of all — the right to life. The unborn deserve a voice in the legal community and TLSFL aims to be that voice here at Temple.
Throughout the 1991-1992 school year, TLSFL held meetings where legal issues affecting the rights of the unborn were discussed. The organization was proud to
have welcomed two very special Temple law graduates to the school during the year. Joseph P. Stanton. Esq., class of 1983, gave an informative presentation on the litigation of Pro-Life Demonstration classes. Pennsylvania's Pro-Life legislative leader. State Representative Steve Freind, class of 1969, came to discuss his position and feelings on many issues including abortion. TLSFL enjoyed a very successful year in 1991-1992 and looks forward to many more.
57Below is President Steve Black, at right arc other officers: Renee Bush. Andrea Soccio and Judi Morris.
Members of the WLC with the first woman Chancellor of the Philadelphia Bar Association. Debra Willig, Esq.
women’s Law CaucusStudent Public Interest Network
Temple Law Review
From row: Melissa Kessler. David Goetz. Joe Lukens. Lynn Malinoski, Jerry lannenbaum, Steve Doherty. Second Row: Nancy Livers. Stan Cameron, Jeff Norris, J.B. Dilsheimer, Pete Kohn. Otto Immel. Adena Walker. Third Row: Tracy Zurzolo, Richard L. Suter. Jonathan S. Caplan and Anthony Silverstein. Top: Magdalena Schardt, Christina Diaz. Andrew Flame, Andrew Hoppes. Matthew Roa en. Dan O'Brien. Jill Maslynsky. Dianna McCarthy. Kristine Marino. Mike Wietuzychowski and Judy Baylinson. Absent doing cite checks: Scott Cooper, David Firn, Bill Mahoney. David Saia, Jeff Boujoukos, Kathy Quarto. Kathy Zehr. Brian Katz. Rick Geller. Greg Giangiordano, Mark Smith. im DeBias. Veronica Noonan. Bob Rosenthal, David Williams. Scott Brandt. Chris Corsac, Kim Fetrow. Jackie Fatula. Katie Hein, Jane Kelly. Jon Rivkind. Marcia Shissler. David Sokolow, Nancy Whinnery, Marc Zamsky, Nancy Dzwonczyk, Dino Priritera. JoeSacca. Roberta Barsotti. Steve Goodman, Robin Chodak. Lisa Mack, Sheila Briggs. Francis Carchio. Jackie Magarity. Marge Pendergist. Kevin Kotch, Vickie Moresi. Carol Armen, Sue Bogart. Judith Kinne) Tom Kurke. Thomas Krivulka, Bill Manning and Jeanne Neese.
ALICE G. ABREU MARK F. ANDERSON MARINA ANGEL JANE B. BARON
ROBERT BAR TOW ANTHONY J. BOCCHINO AMELIA HELEN BOSS BARUCH BRACHA
SCOTT BURRIS BURTON CAINE RICHARD B. CAPPALLI
JOANNE EPPS RICHARD K. GREEN STEIN S.O GYANDOH. JR. PHOEBE A.HADDON
ANNE C. HARTWIG SHARON S. HARZENSKI DAVID KAIRYS NANCY J. KNAUER
60MICHAEL E. LI BON ATI JOHN LINDSAY LAURA E. LITTLE S. GERALD LITVIN
OLAN B. LOWREY DIANE C. MALESON JOSEPH W. MARSHALL FINBARR MCCARTHY
FRANK M. MCCLELLAN STEPHEN L. Ml KOCH IK LOUIS M. NATALI. JR. EDWARD OHLBAUM
Team teaching of “Comparative Law: Dispute Settlement” by Professor Severeid and Arts and Sciences Professor Rigby. Above: Professor Maria Angel and a student.
61JOSEPH I. PASSON K.G. JAN P1LLAI RAFAEL PORRATA-DORIA. JR.
DONALD R. PRICE
MARK C. RAHDERT HENRY J. RICHARDSON. Ill CHARLES H. ROGOVIN PETER SEVAREID
JAMES A. SHELLENBERGER CARL E. SINGLEY DAVID ARTHUR SKEEL JEROME S. SLOAN
DAVID A. SONENSHEIN MURIEL MORISEY SPENCE JAMES A. STRAZZELLA GERALD F. TBETZ
JAN TING WILLIAM H. TRAYLOR DAVID WEINSTEIN WILLIAM J. WOODWARD
62DEAN ROBERT J. REINSTEIN
CYNTHIA BATT Associate Director of Career Planning
BARBARA BENNETT-YATES Registrar
CAROLYN N. BLACK Administrator. Faculty and Staff Services
ANDREA R. BROAD Director, Career Planning
MARY LOUISE ESTEN Dean of Admissions
BET! I EARLEY FARNBACH Executive Director. Temple-LEAP
DEBORAH A. FELDMAN Assistant to the Dean
ADELAIDE FERGUSON Dean of Students
ELLEN B. FREY Assistant Director. Admissions
CYNTHIA D. GALE Budget Analyst
MARY K. HANNA General Counsel.
Temple Legal Aid Office
HENRIETTA L. JACKSON Manager. Operational Services
DEBRA H. KROLL Director.
Elderly Law Project
DOROTHY E. LEE Coordinator. Special Events
CAROL ANN MURRAY Assistant Director of Alumni ae Affairs and Development
THEODORE V. PARTLOW Director of Alumni ae Affairs and Development
63ANGELA M. RACCIATTI Director. Academic Affairs. Development and Planning
FREDDIE M. SANFORD Manager. Secretarial Support and Studnet Research Lab
JANET BLOOM SHEA Editor, Temple Esq. Coordinator, Publications
BEVERLY L. TEDESCO Assistant Director. Career Planning
PAMELA H. WOLDOW Director of Clinical Programs
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TEMPLE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW ALUMNI AE ASSOCIATIONRestatement 1992: The Final
Day Division Editor
Evening Division Editor
Carl Wolf Studios Sonia Agee Beverly Black Mira Bhushan Renee Bush Gino Campbell Dottic Claeys Tina Horowitz Jane Kelly Chris Lagano
Celia Lambert Mike Linn Jeanmarie Martinko Tina Mazahari Dan Miller Professor Natali Mike Nelson Molly Peckman Janet Shea Rich Sutcr
Tina thanks J udilh Morris. Kara Ramas. Nancy Crake. VuyO Bahlakazi. Juimie Field, student organizations for photographs and stories, and faculty members Severeid and Harzenski and Dean Ferguson for advice.
Molly thanks Phil Klein ofjostens and her heroes, her friends--the evening division!
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