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2 r --;,.) ~ijl ' A"' T() _1T -, \ L GI \ t -~-=- A.~ A..-).. I ~:- - ~ e SAINT THOMAS MORE SOCIETY BREAKFAST Stand ing left to right: DONALD KLINKHAMMER, '55, now Vice President, Bateman Eichler, H ill Richards RO BERT ROSE, '55, O f Counsel, Harris and Aranda- MARl PAU L SALMON BAIER, '55- HENRY WORK MAN, '56, of Thorpe, Sul livan, Workman, Thorpe and O'Sullivan. Seated left to right: LLOYD TEVIS, '50, Professor, Loyola Law School - BEN NO BRINK, (deceased)- JAMES FRANCIS CARDINAL MciNTYRE JOSEPH J. DONOVAN, S.J., Regent Emeritus, Loyol. w School - and JOSEPH BALL of Bal l, Hunt, Hart, Brown and Baerwitz. e
3 THE LOYOLA LAWYER CONTENTS NOSTALGIA TRIAL ADVOCACY CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION PROGRAM DAVID TRIPP WINS ART COMPETITION FACULTY BRIEFS BAR EXAMINATION ADVOCATES FUND COUNCIL LOYOLA LAW ALUMNI BANQUET CLASS INFORMATION THE LOYOLA LAWYER Alumni Bulletin of Loyola University School of Law, Los Angeles. Published periodically by the Office of Development. I Thomas E. Carcin, '52 President, Board of Governors Loyola Law School Alumni Association john Willis, }r. - Director of Development Loyoltt UntVer!IIIY School of Law IS firmly comnutt('(l to a poli<y agdi0'-1 d scr rnenjiion on the bct!ll' of race, trl""prl. color, rcligeon, njtion,ll ougm. or Cit'~. It )fj'l"c.iiic.llly adh~r("- to Tille IX of the Edu< a11on.~ mcndnumb of 1972 Jnc.J tlw unplemtonltnjt reguldlioos 10 its prohibition of di,c"nmlnjt on on the bj!it'lo of o;cx '".ldrnission to or employmentm tht- t:>cluc"illlonal prohrams Jnd <H.. Iivit es wluch it opt>rates. lnquines roncernmg T1tlr IX m3y b(' d irected to: MllhM I il. Harwm. Ass1stant Dl'JO Loyal., Univer'lolly School o f law 1440 W. Nmlh ~lret.>t, l o' Angele.,, CA 90011) 12 1)) JS; or Dirt><. lin, Ofllce ol C1vd R1gh 1(,, Uep.utnwnl ot 1-t«.>.lhh. Educ.H on and Wt lf~ut.>.
4 TRIAL ADVOCACY AT LOYOLA LAW SCHOOL Many alumni (ae) are only casually aware of the substa ntial changes w hich have been made in the curriculum at the Law School in recent years. In the last issue of the Loyola Lawyer the Clinical Program was featured. In this issue we focus on the Tria l Advocacy Program. From time to lime we will present additional articles on the tra ining of Loyola Lawyers. Frederick }. Lower, Jr., '64 Dean Trial advocacy plays a sign ificant role in the curriculum of the Loyola Law School. In furtherance of its commitment to the concept of teaching Trial Advocacy, several years ago two new courses were instituted: " Civil Trial Advocacy" and " Criminal Trial Advocacy." Both are three credit courses and are limited in enrollment to 25, thereby insuring a high degree of personal attention. Both courses have been extremely well received by students and faculty. By offering four sect ions of eac h course, some 200 students are able to benefit from this advocacy trai ning each year. It should be noted at the outset that many law schools which have an advocacy program do not split Civil and Criminal but teach one generalized "Trial Advocacy" course. Loyola makes separate courses available on the theory that by the time students take these courses, usually in their fina l year of law school, they have formed a specific interest in either " civil" or " criminal" practice. Civil Tri al Advocacy is designed to analyze all aspects of the Civil Trial, including preparation for trial, settlement negotiations, the voir dire, jury selection tactics, opening statement, order of proof, direct and cross examination and closing argument. Students participate in simulated trial sessions, which are videotaped for later critique. Evidence is a prerequisite for the course. Students are assigned individual cases to "try." O ne professor utilizes a critique form, two copies of which are handed out to each student. The forms are filled out in duplicate by the entire class for each student w ho handles a case. O ne copy is given to the professor (the cri tiques aa themse lves graded, in add ition to court perf. ) mance), and the other copy from each observing student is given to the student lawyer for that session. The students not on tria l must also submit a written strategy for each trial after reading all transcripts, etc.; consequently the critiques are usually quite extensive. Students Participate in Trial Advocacy
5 I Advocacy Courtroom with Videotape Equipment Which Provides Students the Opportunity to Instantly """ Their Courtroom Manner. Another professor has the students prepare factual situations usable as potential assignments. In fact, a third professor gives a final exam which utilizes "mini transcripts." Professors also use outside guest lecturers in specialized areas such as commercial litigation and malpractice. For example, in a session on va luation of property, Roger Sullivan, Esq., '52, was a guest along with Robert Beeney, an apprai ser, and Judge Alexander Early, Ill, so that students were able to examine and cross examine with a real judge ru ling. In addition to "trial practice" ski lis the course also raises questions of ethical conduct by counsel. The above, along with advice, direction and conferences with the professors in conjunction with video tape playback are responsible for a very high degree of improvement for a student during the course of the semester. The Criminal Trial Advocacy course offers students an opportunity to participate in a "mock" criminal trial, including pre-trial mol)ns, voir dire, opening statements, direct and uoss examination of witness (including experts), closing arguments, jury instructions and sentencing, with emphasis upon strategic and tactical considerations. As with "Civil Trial Advocacy," trial sessions are video taped for critiques. A factor which makes this course particularly beneficial to the student, and a feature which is indeed unique to Loyola, is that this course is a prerequisite for the District Attorney Clinical Practicum. In the clinical program students are assigned to various branches of the Los Angeles District Attorney's office. Under the supervision of a trial deputy, students prepare and present misdemeanor jury and non-jury cases as well as conduct preliminary hearings in felony cases. In recognition of the importance of trial advocacy to the overall training of a lawyer, Loyola Law School constructed a Trial Advocacy Courtroom. The Trial Courtroom, which is in addition to and a separate facility from the Moot Courtroom, has been provided with a remote controlled video-audio recording and playback system. Each course therefore can successfully use "simulation" as a basic teaching tool. The above efforts in terms of curriculum, faculty and facilities are one very good reason for the high degree of competence exhibited by the Loyola Lawyers now being graduated.
6 St. Thomas More Society The St. Thomas More Law Society is organized to consider and discuss ethical, moral, social, and political problems of interest to the legal profession, and to provide service to the law school. The Society sponsors forums in which current topics are explared, and conducts a guidance program for first year students. At the annual Medallion breakfast the Society awards the St. Thomas More Law Soc iety Medal! ion to a member of the profession who has made an outstanding contribution to society, the legal profession or the law school. Membership in the Society is by invitation to qualified advanced students. Past recipients of the St. Thomas More Law Society Medallion are: YEAR RECIPIENT The Honorable Thomas P. White The Honorable Louis H. Burke, '26 The Honorable Marshall F. McComb The Honorable J. Howard Ziemann The Honorable Otto Kaus, ' 49 Herman Se lvin The Honorable W illiam M. Byrne, '29 Harold A. Black Maynard J. Toll Thomas G. Lynch The Honorable John J. Ford Rev. Joseph J. Donovan, S.J. The Honorable Stanley N. Barnes The Honorable Donald R. W right J. Rex Dibble St. Thomas More Law Honor Society Breakfast Hon. Shirley M. Hufstedler, of the N inth Circuit Court of Appeals, was honored at the ann ual St. Thomas More Society Breakfast on Sunday, February 22, 1976 at the Los Angeles Athletic Club. Diane Holman, President of the Law Honor Society, is pictured presenting the St. Thomas More Medallion to Judge Hufstedler for her distinguished service in the legal and judicial profession.
7 oyola University School of Law of Los Angeles Program of Continuing Legal Education The Facu lty and Administration of the Law Schoo l are keen ly aware of both the rapidly changing needs of the lega l profession and the demands being made on legal ed ucation. In 1974 a committee of faculty, alumni, practicing attorneys and students studied the need for a program of continuing legal education, the role Loyola Law School could play in sati sfying that need and the demands such a program would make on the resources of the school. The committee was chaired by Professor Gerald F. Uelmen. Based on the committee's findings and recommendations a decision was made to undertake a pilot program of continuing legal education commencing in the Fall The financial support needed to begin the program was made available through the generosity of the donors to the annual Advocates fund drive. \n the Fall, 1975 two courses were offered: - 1 e Prosecution and Defense of Drug Cases" and " California Land Use Control." Seventyfive attorneys from Los Angeles and Orange County attended the courses w hich were conducted at the World Trade Center. For the Spring semester, 1976, over 200 attorneys have enrolled in: International Business Transactions The New California Genera l Corpora tion Law; A Transac tional Analysis Psychiatry for the Criminal Lawyer How to Open, Maintain and Operate a Sma ll Law Office. Facu lty teaching these courses include: Professors Gerald F. Uelmen and Gideon Kanner, of the Loyola Law faculty; Professor Donald Hagman of the UCLA Law faculty, Vi ncent A. Narcisi, of Gibson, Dunn and Crutcher; Ronald L. Fein, Chief Deputy Commissioner of Corporations; Bruce L. Gitelson of G ibson, Dunn and Crutcher and Adjunct Professor at Loyola Law School; Selwyn Rose, M.D., Adjunct Professor, Loyola Law Sch.ool and Director of the Van Nuys Psych iatric Hospital; and Gerald M. Singer, '68, Adjunct Professor, Loyola Law School. Assistant Dean M ic hael Harw in is the coordinator of the Continuing Legal Ed ucation program. Loyola Law Student Partners' Association Sponsors Casino Night Casino Night sponsored by the Loyola Law Student Partners' Association was held on the LMU campus in estchester on Saturday, january 17, Attending were: (left to right) Sarah Henderson, resident; Wayne Veatch of Veatch, Snow, Carlson, Dorsey and Quimby; Kathy jo nes, rresident, Loyola Law Student Partners' Association; Fred Lower, '64, Dean, Loyola Law School; Suzanne Sutton and Virginia Lower. The Loyola Law Student Partners' Association contributes two scholarships awarded to one married day student and o ne married evening student.
8 David Tripp Wins National Lawyers' Art Competition David E. Tripp, Class of 1973, won first prize in the 1975 West Publishing Company's national lawyers' art competition with his multimedia work, " The Law: Key to Freedom." Mr. Tripp won $5,000 of the total $15,000 that was awarded in prizes. His winning work appeared on the cover of the july 1975 issue of the American Bar Association journal. The West Publish ing Company, located in St. Paul, Minnesota, sponsored the competition in observance of the American Bicentennial, as well as the West Publishing Company's Centennial. Mr. Tripp stated that "the emphasis on the Su preme Court and its justices flows from my feeling that the interpretation of law is more important than the legislative process behind it." His work depicts Judge Roy Bean because he brought law and order to a then lawless land, civil ri ghts marchers carrying the flag to represent the significant changes that they instigated, and Sacco and Vanzetti and the Scottsboro boys because of their notoriety and to demonstrate society's vow not to allow that kind of loss of rights aga in. Rai sed in Da llas, Texas, David Tripp was. ) couraged in hi s drawing by his parents. ~ graduated from North Texas State University and attended the Art Center College in Los Angeles. He then travelled through Eu rope by earning his way as a portrait artist. After returning to Oxnard to work, he commuted to Loyola Law School at night and received his j.d. in He then worked in private practice before joining the Los Ange les County District Attorney's Office. He lives in Los Angeles with hi s wife, Barbara, and three smal l sons. THOMAS GIRARDI, Class of 1964, has created an annual $2, scholarship, to be awarded to a student of Loyola University School of Law. Thomas Girardi practices with the firm of WEST AND GIRARDI OF LOS ANGELES.
9 @ acuity and Administration Briefs FATHER RAYMOND DECKER, Assistant Dean for Admissions, was invited by Ahmad Khalifa, a prominent Egyptian juri st, to attend a symposium in Aswan, Egypt, during January Dr. Khalifa, who is Chairm an of the Board of the National Center for Social Research, in Egypt met Father Decker while he was visiting Loyola Law School th is past Fall. Father Raymond Decker Twenty legal scholars throughout the world were invited to the symposium to add ress Egypr~ n legal scholars and to make legal reco.mmendations to the Egyptian government wh1ch is in the process of changing its legal code. Father Decker was the only invitee from the United States. He spoke on the changing role of American Penal Laws and his address showed the relati onship between religion and penal law in the United States. He said, "What has taken place in Anglo-Ameri can penal law over the past 170 years has been something more than analytical descriptions - it is something deeply embedded in the socio-religious history of both Great Britain and the United States that we can call the entelechy of secularization. Thi s process is in effect changing the very role of the penal law in Anglo-American society. Whereas once the penal law was looked upon as the enforcer of the prevailing religious ethic, it is now becoming the necessa ry protector of social adhesiveness by serving as the arbiter between conflicting philosophies and value structu res. Through this reciprocity, involving at its root the process of secularization, the penal law has ~ee n assuming less and less the role of the \ '. nforcer, and more the role of the arbiter." Father Decker said after his visit that Egypt is con cerned with their penal code and wants to research the examples of other cou ntries. Their major concern is how the penal law could prevent crime. Father Decker is completing hi s second year as Assistant Dean for Admissions at Loyola Law School and hold s a Ph.D. in Religion and Law. He is a diocesan pri est who came to Los Ange les from San Francisco. RO BERT BE NSON is the author of a regu lar column in the journal of the American Bar Association entitled "Wine Briefs." The column began in january 1976 and is devoted to providing knowledge concerning the legal context of w ine prod ucts and regulations of wine prod uction. STEVEN HIRSCHTICK conducted a lecture for the American College of Rad iology in Las Vegas in january and w ill conduct a similar lecture in New Orleans in O ctober. H is topic w i II concern the profession al corporations and pension p lans. Mr. Hirschtick is Vice Chairman of the Lega l Aid Committee and is a member of the Committee on Corporate Stockholder Relationships of the Section of Taxation for the American Bar Association. GIDEON KANNER has received a grant from the Institute for Humane Studies to work on an article on constitutional limitations on land use regulation. Professor Kanner also participated in the fi rst Urban Land Institute Conference sponsored by the University of San Diego School of Law in February. M ARTHA ROBI NSO N participated in a panel discuss ion on " Ethics and Discipl ine- 1976" at a luncheon meeting of the USC Alumni Association on M arch 23, 1976 he ld at the Music Center. SU SAN SPIVAK is teaching the Day Section of Federal Income Tax I during the Spring semester. M s. Spivak graduated from Pembroke College and received her ].D. from University of Pennsylvania Law School. She was then associated with the firm of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton and Garrison in New York. She has taught tax courses at Arizona State, Boston University and Stanford Law School. GERALD F. UELMEN was appointed by District Attorney John K. Van de Kamp to a seven member committee to evaluate the District Attorney's Bureau of Investi gation.
10 Loyola Law Graduates Who Passed the Fall1975 Bar Examination: Leslie Burton Abell Robert Alan Adelman Paul Anthony Ahles James C. Aile Gloria Rachel Bloom Allred Larry B. Anderson Stephen Michael Baron )ames A. Beoletto Elayne Carol Berg-Wilion Gail L. Biberstein Katherine Jean Bigelow Monika M. Blodgett Judith Ilene Bloom Joanne Bockian Bruce M. Boogaard Gordon E. Bossem1an Cheryl ). Bratman )ames Stephen Bright Edward C. Broffman Charles David Brown Richard Berin Brown Helene P. 13urlakoff Joseph William Byrne David P. Carleton Lubomyr M. Carpiac Kenneth Lawrence Carr Kathleen L. Casey Valerie M. Sauban Chapla Leslie Eaa Chayo Jack L. Chegwidden Sheldon B. Chernove Nancy King Von Chiu Carol A. Clancy Jack Hylton Clark Dominic G. Colletta Steven Lee Colley Michael Joseph Collins Bruce L. Conroy Beverly Ann Cook Brand Lawless Cooper Gordon Bixbe Crary Ill William Thomas DeiHagen Richard Delli-Veneri Richard Lawrence Dewberry W. H. Doheny, Jr. Wayne Douglas Doss F. Jackson Eason, Jr. Gary Herbert Edelslone )ames Samuel Egar Douglas ). Farrell James E. Fayollat Lee Sanger Feldman Kirk I ledges Finley William P. Fonnel, Jr. Edna E. Francis David Edward Frank Richard Henry Frick, Jr. Edward Friedman Judith E. Friess John Lowry Frogge, )r. Paul Joseph Geiger George Genesla William Jay Glazer Pamela Goe Dale Bruce Goldfarb Stanley Avram Goldman Alexander Hansen Good Kathleen Bridget Goodwin Albert). Gopin Gary Stephen Gray Gary Seymour Greene Robert Allan Greenfield Jonathan Harle Greenspan Arturo Fernando Gutierrez Jonathan Isaiah Hackman Theodore Clemmons Hanf John David Hannesson Bruce Adams Harling Mark Alan Harl William E. Hassel Timothy Patrick Hayes Craig Nevin Hent;chel Steven W. Herbert Bernardo Aviles Hernandez Timothy Adams Hogan Waller John llog,tn Donna Colleen Holder Frederick W. Hong John Richard Howell Carol yn Marie Huestis Russell Hurley John Michael lnferrera Holly Hutchins Jacobs Charles L. Johnson Timothy Peter Johnson Ardie F. Johnston Patrick Louis Johnston Barbara Alice )ones Andrew J. Kaufman David Bruce Kelsey Nancy Catharine Kincaid Edwin )ames Klein, Jr. Elizabeth Ann Koen Ronald Lee Koslow Jeffrey Stephen Kravitz Sandy R. Kriegler Elliot Kushner Anthony James La Bouff Joyce R. Lanza Sleven Lemoine Rona ld ). Lewis Stephen L. Li ndscy Robert M. Loch John Aloysius Loftus Melanie Elizabeth Lomax Paul G. Lorenzini Jay R. Louie Allan Nathan Lowy Johanna Lundy Mark MacCarley M ichael StewMI Magnuson John joseph Malec Annelle Ann Mann Richard L. Mann Philip Anthony Marquez Sharon Lynn Ma;on Tomas Vytautas Mazeika Michael Thomas McColloch Michael Sullivan McDaniel Michael Dean McDonald Harold John McElhinny David Robcn McEwen Gary B. McGaha Vincent f. McGraw Steven Alan McHolm Janice Marie Mcintyre William Lawrence McKinney Thomas Bennell M cnutt Kathryn Jane Mertes Kenneth A. Miles Rodney Casimer Miles Pamela Ann Miller Michael Dean Moorhead Patrick Denis Moran James Morris Alfred Freeman Moses Heidi Mueller Dennis M. Murphy Robert Michael Myers Rhoda Frances Nadel Dale Yoshito Nakashima Sleven Nakasone Thomas Jerome Nolan Stephanie G. Nordlinger Joyce D. Nordqui>l Jane Carol Norman Aura). Nonon Phi lip A. Olsen Julia Anne Osborn Thomas Anthony Pashalides Ilona Zofia Pellyn David Robert Penso Edward Malcolm Phelps Ruth Alice Orcull Phelps Stephen Piccola Donald Robert Powell Terrell D. Powell Michael Robert Putnam Sylvia Lee Rainey Bruce William Rapport John Morton Redmond John Eugene Rillmayer )ames Raymond Robie Alain Babriel Rogier DeVallis Rutledge Robert C. Safford Fern Topas Salka Glenn Robert Salter Eliot R. Samulon Menachcm Schilil Elroy Schneider Edward Donald Schoch ). David Schwartz Diane Eyre Scull Mary A. Sears Shelly Jay Shafron Maria Grabowski Shapiro L. 1-lunter Sheldon Jeffrey G. Sheldon ~- John W. Sheller 1 Sleven H. Shiffrin Jeffrey Shuwarger Ben Shwachman Donald Eugene Slaughter Leon Small Gregory B. Smith Jeffrey Rozelle Stark Fred W. Steele Jeffrey R. Stein Ronald Wallace Slenlakc Roy G. Stout Raymond Louis Stuehrmann Carl Bradford Swain Lucyann O'Donnell Swanburg Judith Ann Sweet Robert F. Tard iff Ronald Jeffrey Tasoff Meredith Clair Taylor Robert C. Taylor Richard W. Tenller John Benton Tharp James Waller Thon i~ Michael). Tramonlin David Richard Traum Larry Tucker Robert Turkel Leah C. Van Arsdale John David Vandevelde Jerome H. Vanover )ames M itchell Veltman Lanny Paul Waggoner Michael Joseph Wagner Arthur D. Warren Mark A. Weinstein Irvin Donald Weissman Donna B. Weisz David Charles Werner Allan Harry Wernick., William H. Wimsall Charles Windon Susan Louise Wolk Kevin George Wood Donald Richard Worley Jacqueli ne Yip Bonnie Sue Zeldin
11 r he Advocates Fund Council 1976 The Advocates Fund Council reminds you, if you have not made an Advocate gift this year- now is the time. The Advocates Fund Council of Loyola Law School needs your support. The following alumni volunteered to serve as Class Agents for the 1976 Advocates Fund Drive. The Advocates Fund Council is most appreciative of their help: CLASS YEAR 1920's 1930's 1940's 1950-' ' 'Ll 63 ltf> AGENT Martin J. Burke, '26 Robert K. Light, '38 Carl Gould, '42 Roger M. Su llivan, '52 Melville H. Nahin, '53 Vincent W. Thorpe, '59 Benjam in Felton, '60 John ]. Collins, '61 Richard B. Coll ins, '62 M ichae l G leason, ' 63 William F. Rylaarsdam, '64 Randall Wenker, '64 Thomas Gallagher, '65 Sidney Gittler, '65 Patrick S. Lynch, '66 Luc P. Benoit, '67 Gerald M. Singer, '68 Rodney E. Moss, '69 Wayne Armstrong, '70 Sheila Sonenshine, '70 Kevin R. Giffin, '71 Walter P. Jitner, '71 William Sulentor, '72 Lewis R. Titus, '73 Brian Pierik, '74 Patricia Ri ley, '74 Grover McKean, '75 ~lumni ')?rc?itlent5 Leiter Dear Fel low Alumni, This is the first year that we are including all alumni as members of the Loyola Law Alumni Association. Our Board of Governors voted in August to discontinue the $5.00 annual dues and encourage all alumni to become Advocates by making an annual gift to the Law School. We are the recipients of a fine legal education and Loyola Law School launched us into our chosen profession. I strongly feel it appropriate for each of us to become Advocates and secure the continued growth and excellence of Loyola Law School. It is interesting to note that the si ngle largest number of Advocates in 1975 for a given class was a recent class- the Class of Some of these took advantage of the Twelve Month Plan of paying $10 per month. To those of you who are present Advocates may I express appreciation for your continued support of Loyola University School of Law. Sincerely, Thomas E. Garcin, '52 President Loyola Law Alumni Association The 1975 ). Rex Dibble Fellows were honored at a luncheon at the University Club on November 5, Some of the Fel lows who attended are Professor Nath an Roberts, Edward Mack, '58, and Martin ). Burke, '26.
12 Alumni Banquet Saturday evening, April 3, 1976, the Loyola Law School Alumni Association held its annual banquet at the Biltmore Hotel in downtown Los Angeles. Former Governor Edmund " Pat" Brown was the honoree and speaker. Vi siting w ith former Governor Edmund "Pat" Brown at the Alumni Banquet are (left to right): Fred Lower, '64, Dean, and Tom Garcin, '52, President of the Alumni Board of Governors. Visiting at the Alumni Banquet are (left to right): jerry Singer, Mike Ri chman, Bob Eadington and AI Loskamp. All are members of the Class of Attending the cockta il hour prior to the Alumni Banquet are (left to righ t): Linda and Steve Swanson, '69, Ken, '73, and Sandy Waggoner. Both alumni are associated with the firm of Law ler, Felix and Hall. '",
13 oyola Law Alumni Active in Area Bar Associations Loyola Law alumni have recently been elected to offices in Bar Associations in the greater Los Angeles area. Some of these are: TOM BRESLIN, '59, has been elected secretary-treasurer of the Glendale Bar Assoc iation. AL LOSKAMP, '68, is outgoing president of the Burbank Bar Association. WILLIAM BLAIR DALBEY, '53, was installed as a member of the Board of Governors of the Hollywood Bar Association. J. JASON GALE, '50, is treasurer of the South Bay Bar Association. IRMA JEAN BROWN, '73, is vice president of the Black Women Lawyers Association. HAIG GOSHGARIAN, '72, has been installed as president and RICHARD KALUSTIAN, '63, ~ vice president of the Armenian Lawyers 1 tjsociation. KENTON KROGSTAD, '51, is a new trustee of the Southeast District Bar Association. JUDGE CHARLES FRI SCO, '50, was master of ceremonies for the installation. The Board of Directors of the Orange County Trial Lawyers Association include: NICHOLAS BYHOWER, '52, ROBERT CHARBONNEAU, '65, MARK P. ROBINSON, JR., '72, JOHN VAN DYKE, '67. JUDGE DESMOND BOURKE, '50, was the instal ling officer for the Cu lver City Bar Association. JUSTICE OTTO KAUS, '49, was installing officer and guest speaker of the Century City Bar Association. WARREN I. WOLFE, '62, was instal led as president. DON A. RAIG, '69, is outgoing president of the Harbor Bar Association. ROBERT R. WAESTMAN, '59, is secretarytreasurer of the Long Beach Bar Association. IN MEMORIAM HARRIET S. ELDER, '32 MARK J. COSTELLO, '33 JOHN F. McLAUGHLI N, '40 GEORGE ELMENDORF, '43 RICHARD MARTIN, '50 HAROLD BENNETT, '64 WINNER of the Scott Moot Court Competition at Loyola Law School is George Schell, above, a thirdyear evening student. Dennis Matthews and Patricia Stearns, both second-year students, came in second and third respectively. Ms. Stearns was first in the ~ritten competition. Serving as judges for the com pet i- n were U.S. District judge Harry Pregerson, Central District; Presiding justice Otto Kaus, Second District Court of Appeal, Division 5; and judge John Cole, Los Angeles Superior Court.
14 Class Information San Luis Obispo Alumni Meet On Friday, November 14, 1975, the alumni in the San Luis Obispo area met in the home of joanne Fenton, '70, fo r cocktails and then moved to the Madonna Inn for dinner. Attending the get-together were john P. Daly, '71, R. Michael Devitt, Jr., '65, Joanne Fenton, '70, joseph Gallas, '68, William Herreras, '66, M ichael LeSage, '64, Loren Sutton, ' 69, Dennis Twitchell, ' 71, and james McKiernan, '72. Professor Lloyd Tevis, '50, and john Wi II is also attended to represent Loyola Law School. THE THIRTIES HERBERT GROSSMAN, '38, has been appointed to the position of genera l counsel of Ticor Title Insurers, according to john E. Flood, President of Title Insurance and Trust and Pioneer National Title Insu ra nce. Grossman w ill be responsible for administrating Title Insurers here in Los Angeles. Attending the Orange County Law A lumni Dinner on M arch 9, 1976, at the Big Canyon Country Club in Newport Beach were Mitzie and Cecil Collins, '33. THE FORTIES ARTHUR B. W ILLI S, '42, of Willis, Butler, Scheifly, Leydorf and Grant, recently lecturered during the annual USC Tax Institute. W illis spoke on "The Mad, Mad World of Tax Accounting." HENRY G. BODKIN, JR., '48, announces the change of the firm name from Bodkin, Breslin and Luddy to BODKIN, McCARTHY, SARGENT ' AND SM ITH. Also practicing w ith him are TIMOTHY SARGENT, '65, and ROBERT C. HAASE, ' 56. The firm was founded on November 1, 1939 and has offices located at 4201 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 400, Los Angeles 90010; (213) JOHN J. McCUE, '48, formerly assistant general counsel of Sears, Roebuck & Co., has become Of Counsel w ith the firm of MILLER AND MAUTINO, 305 Bank of America Building, East Philadelphia St., Whittier ; (21 3) JAMES E. BUNKER, '49, is a partner of the firm of TH OMPSON, BUNKER, SU LLI VAN, and McGRATH, 1200 Th ird Avenue, Suite 1405, San Diego 92101; (714) THE FIFTIES THOMAS FOYE, '51, has been elected presiding judge of the South Bay Municipa l Court for EUGENE McCLOSKY, '51, has been appointed by Gov. Brown to the Los Angeles County Superior Court. WALTER R. BARANGER, '52, and GLEN WOOD MANSEE, '53, announce their association and the removal of their offices to 5321 University Drive, Suite C, Irvine 92664; (714) MAXWELL S. KEITH, '52, has moved his offices to Security Pacific Plaza, 333 S. Hope St., Suite 2820, Los Angeles 90071; (213) GEORGE CORN, '53, is in practice at 4455 Lamont Street, Suite C, San Diego ; (714) MATIHEW HATFIELD, '54, announces the removal of his law offices to 1039 West Avenue J. Lancast 93534; (805) FLORENCE M ILLS STINSON, '56, announces that she has closed her office at 1001 Glendale Bl vd., Los Angeles and th at all correspondence should be directed to 3422 Waverly Drive, Los THE SIXTIES JACK B. TSO, ' 60, has been appointed to the Los Angel es Municipal Court by Gov. Brown. Tso was formerly a deputy District Attorney for Los Angeles County. JEROME BENOIT, ' 6 1, has moved his offices to 4075 Main Street, Suite 712, Crocker Building, Riverside 92501; (71 4) JAMES A. SCHMIESING, '62, has formed a partnership with Robert H. Gallivan at Dove St., Suite 140, Newport Beach 92660; (714) THOMAS J. TOOHEY, '62, announces his association with RICHMAN AND GARRETI, 1336 Wilshire Bl vd., Los Angeles ; (2 1 3) RICHARD DAWSON, '63, has been appointed as Assistant City Attorney for Los Angeles by City Attorney Burt Pines. JOHN W ITIORF, ' 64, has also been appointed as Assistant City Attorney for Los Angeles by City Attorney Burt Pines. ALFONSO BAZAN, '65, has been appointed to the Citrus Municipal Court in Los Angeles County by Governor Edmund G. Brown, Jr. ROBERT CHARBONNEAU, ' 65, recently was awarded Attorney of the Year for his efforts or behalf of trial lawyers of California. WILLIAM B. OFFNER, '65, announces the relocation of his offices to 234 South Figueroa Street, Suite 1941, Los Angeles 90012; (213)
15 (6f:lass Information MAURICE BENSON, '66, announces the opening of offices at Wells Fargo Building, 100 Oceangate, Suite 1200, Long Beach 90802; (213) RICHARD MEDNICK, '66, formerly senior associate counsel for Title Insurance and Trust Company, was sworn in as a federal bankruptcy referee. RONALD GREENFIELD, '67, is associated with the fi rm of HECHT AND DIAMOND, Sunset Boulevard, Pacific Palisades 90272; (213) DANIEL A. KELLY, '68, is Assistant District Attorney for Orange County. PAUL I. METZLER, '68, is Los Angeles County Counsel, 648 Hall of Administration, Los Angeles 90012; (2 13) PATT G. MOORE, '68, announces the formation of a partnership under the name of COHAN AND MOORE, 7855 Ivanhoe Avenue, Suite 310, La Jolla 92037; (714) STEVEN A. SCHWABER, '68, is Deputy City Attorney for Los Angeles, 111 North Hope Street, #1520, Los Angeles 90012; (213) JOHN R. WEBSTER, '68, is associated with HATHAWAY, CALBAUGH, PERRET AND WEB STER, 5450 Telegraph Road, Suite 200, Ventura 93003; (805) ARRY G. GOLDEN, '68, has relocated his office to. he Century Plaza, 2029 Century Park East, Suite boo, Los Angeles 90067; (213) STEVEN B. NELVIN, '68, announces the relocation of his law offices to 9538 Brighton Way, Suite 302, Beverly Hills 90212; (213) KENNETH LEE CHOTINER, '69, has been elected a trustee of the Santa Monica Bay District Bar Association. In addi tion to maintaining offices at 100 Wilshire Boulevard, Santa Monica 90401, he is Special Counsel to the City of Hawthorne. JOSEPH FEINBERG, '69, announces the formation of a partnership under the name of FEINBERG, HOP WOOD AND JOHNSON, 2043 Westcliff Drive, Suite 315, Newport Beach 92663; (714) RICHARD TROOP, '69, has formed a partnership under the firm name of HILL, WYNNE, TROOP AND MEISINGER, 520 Century Park Plaza, 1801 Century Park East, Los Angeles 90067; (213) THE SEVENTIES 1970 MARTAN BARAB, '70, has associated w ith the offices of Peter Knecht, 9730 Sunset Boulevard, Penthouse Suite, Los Angeles 90069; (2 13) JOSHUA KAPLAN, '70 announces the formation of a partnership under the firm name of HERTZBERG, KAPLAN AND KOSLOW, 3550 Wilshire Boulevard, Sui te 1418, Los Angeles 90010; (213) CYNTHIA MADURO RYAN, '70, formerly Director of Consumer Affairs has been appointed to Assistant Vice President for Consumer Affairs at Pacif ic Mutual Life Insurance Company. She will be keeping abreast of issues relating to consumer affairs, environmental legislation, fair employment practices, tax legislation and acting as the legislative liaison within the company. JAMES A. STUBENBERG, '70, is associated with STUBENBERG, SH IGEMURA, RONEY AND GNIFFKE, Ten Marin Street, Honolulu 96817; (808) WALTER C. WHITAKER, '70, announces the merger of his practice with JEPPSON & BERMAN to form JEPPSON, BERMAN AND WHITAKER, 4676 Admiralty Way, Suite 1001, Marina del Rey 90291; (213) GARY V. W ILD, '70, is associated with the offices of William M. Shernoff, 666 South Indian Hill, Suite 102, Claremont 91711; (714) ttending the Orange County Law Alumni Dinner at the Big Canyon Country Club, March 9, 1976, were (left to ight): Judy Bavetta, '70, Wayne Armstrong, '70, and Sheila Sonenshine, '70. Sheila Sonenshine and Wayne Armstrong served as the regional coordinators for the get-together. Over 75 alumni, students and friends attended the dinner.
16 Class Information 1971 SAM ABDULAZIZ, '71, of ABDULAZIZ & CARROLL, have moved their offices to Valley Plaza Tower, 3rd Floor, Victory Blvd., North Hollywood 91606; (2 13) RONALD A. BERGES, '71, is associated with WIL LIAMS AND BERGES, Riverside Drive, Suite 511, North Hollywood 91602; (213) HERBERT F. BLANCK, '71, and Henry C. Rohr announce the formation of a partnership under the name of ROHR AND BLANCK, 650 South Spring Street, Los Angeles, and Ventura Blvd., Encino. CEDRIC CHANNELS, '71, is associated with PARKER AND DALLY, 2130 East Fourth Street, Suite 290, Santa Ana 92705; (714) WILLIAM HICKMAN, '71, is associated with NAACP Legal Defense Fund, 12 Geary Street, San Francisco ; (415) VINCENT J. McGRAW, '71, is now associated with RICHARDSON AND GASKILL, Ninth Floor Helm Building, 1111 Fulton Mall, Fresno ; (209) RICHARD NUSSBAUM, '71, has associated with the offices of Robert Stoll, Jr., 1545 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 206, Los Angeles 90017; (213) STEPHEN RA INES, ' 71, is Genera l Counsel for United Rent-All, National Boulevard, Los Angeles, 90034; (213) ANTHONY T. ROSS, ' 71, is associated with HANNA, BROPHY, MacLEAN, McALEER AND JENSEN, 2300 Civic Center Square, Fresno 93721; (209) H. DENNIS BEAVER, '72, is with the Kern County District Attorney's Office in Bakersfield 93301; (805) EDMUND D. WADE, '72, JAMES L. CRANDALL, '70, and WILLIAM R. LOWE, '72, have formed a partnership under the firm name of HILL, GENSON, EVEN, CRANDALL AND WADE, 3255 Wilshire Boulevard, 16th Floor, Los Angeles 90024; (213) JAMES T. RAYBURN, '72, is Vice President and General Counsel of Century Bank, 6420 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles 90048; (213) STEVEN J. CARNEVALE, '73, is a County Counsel for Los Angeles County, 450 North Grand Avenue, Room A337, Los Angeles 90012; (213) JAMES LEWI S, '73, is an instructor at a Pierce College night school class entitled "Do-lt-Yourself Law." MICHAEL R. MATTHIAS, '73, is with the law firm of MESERVE, MUMPER & HUGHES, 333 South Hope Street, 35th Floor, Los Angeles 90071; (213) KIM MEISENHEIMER, '73, is associated with SELT ZER, CAPLAN, WILKINS AND McMAHON, 3003 Fourth Avenue, San Diego, 92103; (714) BARRY B. NOVACK, '73, is associated with the law offices of Ned Good, 727 West Seventh Street, Los Angeles 90017; (213) MIKE O'BRIEN, '73, is associated with the law firm of NORDMAN, CORMANDY, HAIR AND COMPTON, 625 North "A" Street, Oxnard 93032; (805) BARRY A. ROSS, '73, has formed a partnership under the name of CENTER AND ROSS, 3711 Lomita Boulevard, Su ite 150, Torrance 90505; (2 13) FRANK RUBIN, '73, has opened an office at Ventura Boulevard, Suite 900, Encino 91436; GLORIA R. ALLRED and MICHAEL MAROKO, '74, announce the formation of a partnership under the firm name of ALLRED AND MAROKO, 6255 Sunset Boulevard, 20th Floor, Hollywood; (213) , and 7240 Cold wa ter Canyon, North Hollywood; (213) RI CHARD BROWNYARD, '74, has his law offices at 798 Cass Street, Monterey KEITH BURT, '74, is a Deputy District Attorney for San Diego County, 220 West Broadway, San Die 92101; (714) KATHLEEN L. CLEMENS, '74, and PATRICIA A. CLEMENS, '74, are associated with the law offices of Michael j. Clemens, 9100 Wilshire Boulevard, West Tower, Suite 955, Beverly Hills 90212; (213) Attending the luncheon for the members of the firm of Harris and Aranda of Marina del Rey, CA, which wa held at Loyola Law School in October 1975, are (left t right): Terry Marcellus, Bill Ford, '73, Assistant Dean Lola McAlpin-Grant, Richard Vachon, S.J., Dick Harris, Ben Aranda, '69, and john Harris, '65.
17 <~C lass Information STEPHEN ROSS COHEN, '74, is now associated with the firm of CARROLL AND ROSTAGNO, 1019 North Avalon Boulevard, Wilmington 90744; (213) KATHLEEN CRAIN, '74, is with the Office of the California Attorney General, 3580 W ilshire Boulevard, Room 635, Los Angeles 90010; (213) TIMOTHY A. HOGAN, '74, is associated with the Office of th e City Attorney for Los Angeles, Criminal Division, 1700 City Hall East, Los Angeles ; (213) CARL G. JOSEPH, '74, is Police Attorney for the Compton Pol ice Department, 100 West Almond Street, Compton 90220; (2 13) MELANIE E. LOMAX, '74, is Deputy County Counsel in the Office of Los Angeles County Counsel, 648 Hall of Administration, 500 West Temple, Los Angeles 90012; (213) CAPTAIN ROBERT V. MASENGA, '74, is w ith the Legal Office, US. Army Garrison, Camp Humphreys, APO San Francisco LINDA NATHAN, '74, is associated with the firm of LOW, STONE AND WOLFE, 8840 Ol ympic Boulevard, Beverly Hills 90212; (2 13) ii~ald NEWHOUSE, '74, has moved hi s offices to 9 9 MacArthur Boulevard, Su ite 202, Newport Beach 92660; (714) RU SSELL E. NORDSTROM, '74, is associated w ith the firm of SHERMAN AND NORDSTROM, 8383 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 510, Beverly Hills 90211; (213) MITCHELL PAGE, '74, has his law offices at 148 Pryce Street, Santa Cruz 95060; (408) GARY M. PAUL, '74, is associated with the law offices of Samuel Shore, 3550 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 1440, Los Angeles ; (213) LYNNE READE, '74, has opened her office in the Bank of America Building, East Philadelphia Street, Room 301, Whittier 90608; (21 3) WAYNE ROBERTSHAW, '74, has become associated with the offices of Antonio F. Gigliotti, 5925 Naples Plaza, Long Beach 90803; (213) ROBERT ). SHERMAN, '74, announces the formation of KATES, COHEN AND SHERMAN, Encino Law Center, Penthouse 3, Ventura Boulevard, Encino 91436; (213) SCOTIA. SMITH, '74, is associated with the firm of ALEVIZON AND SMITH, 2122 North Broadway, Suite 100, Santa Ana 92706; (7 14) BRADFORD TREUSCH, '74, has joined the firm of TRYGSTAD AND ODELL, 1730 West Olympic Boulevard, Su ite 212, Los Angeles 90015; (2 13) ' Mae Rene Fenton, '74, attended the San Diego Area Law Alumni Luncheon at the Cuyamaca Club. She has recently opened her practi ce in Escondido LESLIE B. ABELL, '75, is associated with the firm of ROSE, KLEIN AND MARIAS, 727 West Seventh Street, Suite 850, Los Angeles 90017; (213) ROBERT A. ADELMAN, '75, is associated with the law offices of Don Boehme, 9350 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 224, Beverly Hills 90212; (213) SHELDON B. CHERNOVE, '75, is associated with the law offices of THORPE, SULLIVAN, WORK MAN, THORPE & O'SULLIVAN, 800 Wi lshire Boulevard, 4th Floor, Los Angeles 90017; (213) DOUGLAS ). FARRELL, '75, is associated with the firm of Noren Eaton, 18 North Baldwin Avenue Sierra Madre ; (213) ' DAVID E. FRANK, '75, has opened his offices at the Gibralter Tower, 9107 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 506, Beverly Hills ; (213) PAUL). GEIGER, '75, is Associate General Counsel for Coldwell Banker and Company, 533 Fremont Avenue, Los Angeles 90017; A. RAYMOND CERE, Ill, '75, is with the offices of A.). Alderete, CPA, 312 Val Verde, SE, Albuquerque, New Mex ico 87107, (505) Among those attending the Loyola Law Alumni Dinner which was held at the Mandarin Restaurant in Ghirarc!elli Square on. February were: (Left to right)!1m Whitaker: 68, joanne F1nney and Chuck Finney, 64. Chuck Fmney served as the area coordinator fo r the dinner.
18 Class Information PAMELA L. GOE, '7S, is associated with the LAW OFFICES OF JAMES L. FAULKNER, 1430 Truxton Avenue, Suite 4S6, Bakersfield, 93301; (80S) STAN GOLDMAN, '75, is Deputy Public Defenderfor Los Angeles County. ALBERT GOPIN, '75, is associated with the firm of NICHOLS AND ROSE, 2040 Avenue of the Stars, Los Angeles 90067; (213) GARY S. GREENE, '75, has his offices at 2029 Century Park East, Suite 600, Century City 90067; (213) 277- S522. STE VEN W. HERBERT, '7S, is associated with the LAW OFFICES OF ROGER A. KANDER, 4266 Atlantic Avenue, Long Beach 90807; (213) and 774- S043. JEROME JACKSON, '75, has become an associate of M IL LER, GLASSMAN & BROWNING, INC., Bedford-Wilshire Building, 360 North Bedford Drive, #204, Beverly Hills 90210; (213) 278-S100. CHARLES JOHNSON, '7S, has associated with WIL SON AND W ILSON, Paramount Boulevard, Downey 90241; (213) 923-4S 13. JEFFREY KRAVITZ, '75, is with Attorney General's Office for the State of California, 3580 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles ; (213) ELLIOT KUSHNER, '75, has associated with the offices of Robert L. Baker, 114 East Huntington Drive, A lhambra; (2 13) S MARVIN M. LAVIN, '7S, is associated with the RAND CORPORATION, 1700 Main Street, Santa Monica 90406; (213) RICHARD L. MANN, '75, is associated with the law firm of RICHMAN AND HERMAN, 9601 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 632, Beverly Hills 90210; (213) 273-S540. PHILIP A. MARQUEZ, '7S, is with the U.S. ARMY, CORPS OF ENGINEERS, P.O. Box 271 1, Los Angeles 90053; (213) AURA JAY NORTON, '7S, is w ith the firm of GOLDEN, NEAL AND SHU FFLER, 8070 Westminster Avenue, Westminster 92683; (7 14) SYLVIA LEE RAINEY, '75, is with the General Servic Administration, 18th and F Street, N.W., Washington, D.C., 2040S; (202) SHELLY JAY SHAFRON, '75, is associated with the law firm of FOONBERG AND FRANDZEL, 8530 W ilshire Boulevard, Fourth Floor, Beverl y Hills ; (2 13) DONALD E. SLAUGHTER, '75, is associated with the law firm of SCHLECHT AND McCULLOUGH, 383 South Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs 92262; (7 14) 32S RAYMOND L. STUEH RMANN, '75, is associated with the firm of GIBSON AND PALMER, One Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 2620, Los Angeles 90017; (213) RONALD ). TASOFF, '75, is associated with the LAW OFFICES OF LLOYD TASOFF, 408 South Spring Street, Suite 1016, Los Angeles 90013; (213) JOHN B. THARP, '75, is associated with the law firm of PEACOCK AND SU LLI VAN, One Manchester Boulevard, Inglewood 90301; (213) LARRY TUCKER, '75, is with the firm of VIRTUE & SCHECK, 270 Newport Center, Newport Beach 92660; (714) LEAH C. VAN ARSDA LE, '75, has associated with COSGROVE, M ICHELIZZI, SCHWABACH ER AND WARD, North Elm Avenue, Lancaster 93534; (805) IRVIN D. WEISSMAN, '75, is with the firm of M. GAN, WENZEL AND McNICHOLAS, 1545 Wi lshire Boulevard, Suite 800, Los Angeles 90017; (213) W ILLIAM H. W IMSATI, '75, is associated with the law firm of MAGANA AND CATHCART, 1801 Avenue of the Stars, Suite 810, Los Angeles 90067; (213) DONALD WORLEY, '75, is associated with the LAW OFFICES OF CHRIS P. JO H NSON, 215 West Franklin Monterey 93940; (408) JACQUELINE YIP, '75, is with the Legal Department of Prudential Insurance Co., 5757 W ilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles 90036; (213) , ext Attending the San Diego Area Law Alumni Luncheon on February 27 at the Cuyamaca Club in the Executive Hotel, downtown San Diego, are left to right: David Monahan, '66, Gray, Cary, Ames and Frye; james Bunk '49; Dean Fred Lower, '64; and Thomas Gallagher, '65. David Monahan served as area coordinator for the San Diego luncheon, Tom Gallagher is a cla ss agent for the Class of 1965 in the Advocates Fund promotion and j im Bunker served as host for the Cuyamaca Club.
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