Tagged: Alum of the Month

May 2018: Edward Bibko (L’94)

May 2018: Edward Bibko (L’94)

Edward Bibko was born and raised in Phoenix, New York, a tiny village with just over 2,000 people. He had his sights set on getting out but didn’t know yet what the world had...

April 2018: Philip Rossetti (L’81)

April 2018: Philip Rossetti (L’81)

When a new class of associates joins Latham & Watkins in Boston, they’re always treated to a ‘pep talk’ by one of the founding partners of the Boston office: Phil Rossetti. Phil tells them...

March 2018: Raj Nichani (L’00)

March 2018: Raj Nichani (L’00)

Michael Jordan’s father once told him that it was “never too late to do anything [he] wanted to do” and that Michael would “never know what [he] could accomplish until [he] tr[ied].” As simple...

February 2018: Elizabeth August (’94)

February 2018: Elizabeth August (’94)

Since the beginning, Elizabeth August has had a passion for working with students. Little did she know, that passion would take her on an exciting career that would land her back in the place...

December 2017: Darren Miller (’07)

December 2017: Darren Miller (’07)

Darren Miller, a partner at Nixon Peabody, was not the traditional law student. Yet, his path from classroom to conference room prepared him to be a successful and well-versed attorney. Born and raised in...

November 2017: Damien Elefante (’99)

November 2017: Damien Elefante (’99)

Damien Elefante’s path to success has had him traverse thousands of miles, dive into the private and public sectors, and, ultimately, settle down into an area of law he never predicted but greatly enjoys....

October 2017: Kim Boylan (’86)

October 2017: Kim Boylan (’86)

The Senior Notes Editor of Syracuse Law Review is a position that covets many roles. An “SNE” must guide the 2L members through their Note writing process, contribute to the executive board of the...

September 2017: Kristen E. Smith (’05)

September 2017: Kristen E. Smith (’05)

On top of a small hill, just outside of the city center, lies Syracuse’s famous Irish neighborhood, Tipperary Hill. This is where Kristen Smith was born, raised, and eventually decided to return to start...

August 2017: Aaron Tidman (’07)

August 2017: Aaron Tidman (’07)

Most kids don’t dream of becoming a lawyer, but Aaron Tidman wasn’t most kids.  Having grown up in the suburbs of Washington, D.C., Aaron was involved in politics, government, and law as far back...

July 2017: Marguerette N. Hosbach (’80)

July 2017: Marguerette N. Hosbach (’80)

The word “resurrect” comes from the Latin word resurger, meaning “to rise again.” To resurrect is to both acknowledge defeat and to declare hope. And while resurrecting what has fallen is no simple task,...