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the School of Law by visiting law.wne.edu. For news about
the Law Alumni Association, visit wne.edu/alumni/law.
Another well-received program, sponsored by the Alumni Association,
was the Road Show in Hartford. In the conference room at Shipman
and Goodwin, alumni came to hear the presentation by Professors
Art Wolf and Bruce Miller on Voter Rights and the 2016 Presidential
Election: What to look for on November 8. Raymond Carrasquilla ’94
and Jon Fries ’ 14 were two of 33 attendees. The presentation filled
the space and had lively dialogue. More road shows are planned in
Springfield and Boston.
Teaming up with the Career Development Center at the School of Law,
the Alumni Relations Office hosted an etiquette lunch for students as
well as recent alumni. Law Alumni Association Board of Directors also
attended. Nicole Murray ’05 and Kaley Lentini ’ 14 sat with students
and alumni during the presentation. Jon Longobardi ’ 10, another
board member, addressed the gathering, sharing a few etiquette stories
and reasons why this program is invaluable. “I am still learning new
rules of etiquette,” he said. “I wish they had had a program like this
when I was in school.”
Jon Longobardi ’ 10
speaking to students
and recent alumni at
the Etiquette Lunch.
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Hartford Road Show
Etiquette Lunch Offers Important DOs and DON’Ts
Road Show Takes Legal Dialogue to the Streets