Joseph “Jack” Reardon was certified
by the National Elder Law Foundation
as a certified elder law attorney.
Kelli A. Robbins was appointed town
administrator for Holland, MA.
Class Agent Erika Scibelli
Halloran & Sage LLP in Connecticut
announced that Casey O’Connell was
named to Super Lawyers’ 2016 Rising
Class Agent Amber Gould
Sarah E. Champion is President & CEO
of the problem-solving firm Scouticus
Consulting, LLC in Tacoma, WA.
Lindsay DiSantis George argued a pivotal alimony case at the Massachusetts
Supreme Judicial Court in October to
determine the standard for the commencement of the durational limit in
alimony awards (decision pending).
Ahsan Khan is serving as assistant
general counsel for Smith & Wesson in
Michael Patrick Miller founded Magnolia Trust & Estate, LLC in MA.
Kathleen Duke Tracy has returned
to private practice after serving as a
probate attorney for the Los Angeles
Class Agent Rachel Rosenberg Quinlan
Chris M. Erchull joined Bulkley
Richardson in its Springfield, MA offices.
Class Agent Lenore Montanaro
Robyn Barkow is now a trial attorney
for GEICO in NJ.
Salomon Louis is now with MassMutal.
Richard K. Sullivan III has joined the
firm Crevier & Ryan, LLP in MA.
Wanted: Class Agent
Sarah Normandie is employed as
a judicial law clerk for the State of
Carolyne Pereira is now with The
Grove Law Office in Ludlow, MA.
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law alumni benefits
As an alumnus/a of Western New England University School of Law you receive all the
benefits available to all graduates of the University. School of Law alumni, however, have
Jack Arovas ’63
Col. Archer B. Battista ’77
James J. Costello Jr. ’88
Joseph B. DeLeo ’68
Gerald H. Dupont ’71
David J. DeFreest ’ 11
Vernon L. Gorton Jr. ’81
Bruce Clement Hasbrouck ’77
Dr. Emerson W. Hibbard ’56
Paul Karl ’93
John David Millgate ’63
Francis S. Oleskiewicz ’61
Edward Walter Pepyne Sr. ’78
Thomas J. Price ’81
Michael Schiffer ’80
Paul C. Snow Sr. ’71
The magazine has received notice of
the deaths of the following members
of the School of Law family.
School of Law
twice a year and
the Law Digest
electronic newsletter emailed two
times a year.
the Student Records
Office at the School
of Law. Call the
Student Records Office
at 413-782-1402 or
fax your request
If your diploma is
lost or damaged,
ext. 2080 (a $50
service fee is required).
This is offered
for a nominal fee
and on a space-available
basis. You must obtain
the permission of the
Associate Dean for
Use of the School
of Law Library is another
benefit. Alumni need to
request an access card
by visiting University Police
and showing your School
of Law Alumni Card.
The School of Law offers
assistance in résumé
writing, employment correspondence, interview
preparation, career deci-sion-making, job search
strategy, and access to
electronic job postings.
For more information,
contact Career Services
or call 413-782-1416.
We are always interested in hearing from you. If you have
news of career advancement or change, professional
accomplishments or activities, marriages, births, changes
in address, or any other news, please share it with us.