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GONZAGA LAWYER SCHOOL OF LAW • SINCE 1912 WINTER 2010 International Law: China, South Korea, Colombia, Brazil and Nepal GONZAGA LAWYER WINTER 2010 Dean Table of Contents Message from the Earl F. Martin Managing Editor Dean Nancy Fike Features: Contributing Writers International Law: China and South Korea . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Virginia De Leon When Pope Paul III approved the formation of the Society of Jesus in 1540 he also approved the Formula Colombia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 of the Institution that had been authored by Saint Ignatius Loyola. The first entry in the Formula calls upon Jesuits Nancy Fike to do work that promotes “the greater glory of God and the common good.” Jeff Geldien This call to mission directed the Jesuits to engage the world in the service of their faith. In one sense this Brazil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Linda Kawaguchi McLane meant that the Jesuits were expected to be in contact with the world rather than deal with the reality of life through Al McNeil concepts and disinterested discussion. In another sense the call to mission required the Jesuits to travel the globe China . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 and engage people where they lived and how they lived. The work of the members, from the beginning and as a Project Manager matter of identity, was to be intercultural and global in perspective. Nepal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 These mandates remain as relevant today as they were 500 years ago and inform the work of any Jesuit Dale Goodwin educational institution. Former Father General Peter-Hans Kolvenbach, S.J., sounded this challenge: “We must therefore raise our Jesuit educational standard to educate the whole person of solidarity for the real world… Senior Copy Editor Departments: Students, in the course of their formation, must let the gritty reality of this world into their lives, so they can learn to Susan Franklin feel it, think about it critically, respond to its suffering and engage it constructively.” Message from the Dean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 In the Winter 2008 edition of The Gonzaga Lawyer we talked of the law school’s connection to the realities of Graphics Editor our world as manifested in the many acts of public service that inform the life of this place. In this edition we turn to Pat Skattum In the News . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 the connections we are creating between this institution and the global community. Red Mass . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 For the last seven years, the law school has held a summer program in Florence, Italy, giving students valuable Photographers Luvera Lecture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 experience with comparative and international law, the Italian legal system, and the culture of Florence. More Brooke Ellis Myra Bradwell Award . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 recently, as you will discover in these pages, the law school has reached out to Asia and South America in search Nancy Fike of new opportunities for our community to connect to, and to be in contact with. Gonzaga Reaches Top 100 and Top Honors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 In November 2008 I visited law schools in China and Korea. I returned with agreements with the Southwest Emily Hyndman Don Curran Receives President’s Award from WSBA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 University of Political Science and Law in Chongqing, China, and the Inha University School of Law in Incheon, Jeff Geldien Mike McClintock Retires after Thirty-Three Years . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 South Korea. These provide the groundwork for partnerships holding the promise of experiences and relationships Jennifer Raudebaugh Gary Gayton Receives DAMA Award for Law . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 that will greatly enrich our students’ education. The first concrete manifestations of this are the five young students Shane Young Photography from Chongqing who are profiled in the pages of this magazine. Welcome New Faculty and Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Our outreach to South America is proceeding on two tracks. First, we are, within a larger Gonzaga University effort to connect with Jesuit institutions in Colombia, exploring opportunities for engagement with law schools in Corrections: Please note we mis- Life in the Library . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Calí and Bogotá. Second, we have created a relationship with the Direito GV School of Law in San Paulo, Brazil. spelled of the firm Thomson/West in Clinic News . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 This summer a faculty exchange with this law school will send Professor Larry Weiser to San Paulo and bring a previous issue of the Gonzaga Lawyer; we apologize for the error. Professor José Garcez Ghirardi to Spokane. Summations: Student News . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Through these efforts, Gonzaga University School of Law is trying to answer the call to work for the greater Ms. Mary E. DePaolo Haddad, class glory of God and the common good. We are responding to Father Kolvenbach’s admonition to be in solidarity with of ’00, was omitted from the Rising Class Action . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 those in need and to prepare our students to respond critically and constructively to the challenges that arise out of Stars in the Summer 2009 Gonzaga Super Lawyers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 the global reality of the contemporary world. I look forward to reporting to you on future developments in our efforts Lawyer Magazine. She made partner to connect our community to the world at large. at Lee Smart, Inc., Seattle, WA, on Alumni Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 March 2008. Denver Young Alumni Reception . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 The Gonzaga Lawyer is published Women in the Law Luncheon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 biannually for alumni, faculty, staff, Portland Beavers Alumni Event . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 and friends of Gonzaga University School of Law. Please contact the Seattle Mariners Alumni Event . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Dean Earl Martin Office of Alumni Relations at Montana State Bar Reception . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Gonzaga University School of Law (509) 313-3605 or nfike@lawschool. Reunion Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 gonzaga.edu if you have comments, corrections or suggestions. Honor Roll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Visit our homepage at In Memoriam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 www.law.gonzaga.edu 3 china south korea It all began during the 2007-2008 school year, when As Dean Martin was preparing for his trip to China last fall, Professor Ann Murphy taught at the Central University of he was contacted by Hokyeom Kim, a native of South Korea Finance and Economics in Beijing as a Fulbright lecturer. and a 2006 Gonzaga School of Law alumnus. Murphy’s experience opened doors for Gonzaga Law School Now an international lawyer and foreign legal consultant and paved the way for future visits and other exchanges, based in Seoul, Korea, Kim wanted to create connections LAW Martin said. between his alma mater in Spokane and his native country. While Murphy was in Beijing, the editors of The Gonzaga He asked the dean to explore the possibility of a partnership Journal of International Law — an online law journal with between Gonzaga and Inha University, a private, doctoral- international readers from all over the world — hosted a symposium on international trade in February 2008. During that time, granting university located in Incheon, South Korea’s third largest metropolis. By Virginia DeLeon they established a relationship with a professor from the South Korea is in the process of converting its legal Southwest University of Political Science and Law (SWUPL) education system from an undergraduate program to a in Chongqing, China. professional school modeled after those in the United States. Those connections eventually led Professors George Inha University — which has ten undergraduate colleges Critchlow and Upendra Acharya to participate and present and nine graduate programs — is one of only twenty-three at a conference in China last summer and to visit three institutions in South Korea selected by the government to schools that were seeking to collaborate with colleges and launch the country’s first ever graduate-level law schools. universities in the United States. Inha’s first class of law students began their studies this past Based on their findings, Dean Earl Martin traveled to spring semester. China last November and spent time visiting law students “They want to have U.S. partners,” said Martin, who in Chongqing, Wuhan, and Beijing. Martin met with visited Inha University as part of his ten-day trip to Asia. I administrators, faculty, and students at all of the law schools, Like SWUPL in Chongqing, Inha University now has a n this increasingly globalized society, the work of As the economic, political, and cultural systems of the and made presentations to the students at SWUPL and at Memorandum of Understanding with Gonzaga. In the coming attorneys often transcends national borders — world become more integrated, it’s essential for both students Wuhan University School of Law. years, both universities anticipate exchange programs SWUPL, which houses eleven schools on two campuses involving faculty and students as well as the possibility of influencing people, places, and policies in various and faculty to deepen their understanding of international law and has a total enrollment of more than 20,000 students, Spokane-based and overseas summer programs. parts of the world. and the legal systems of other nations. made an impact on Dean Martin. He was impressed with To prepare lawyers to serve in this multicultural A growing number of students as well as applicants to SWUPL’s modern campus, its reputation as one of the environment, Gonzaga’s School of Law has gone global. Gonzaga also are seeking international experience to enhance leading law schools in China, and the university’s “vigorous For many years, the law school has offered a four- their law school education, Martin said. leadership that’s extremely interested in developing week summer program in Florence, where law students “Law is a global activity and our students need to be international partnerships,” he said. Martin’s visit resulted from Gonzaga as well as other schools can learn about effective advocates and counselors who can perform and in a Memorandum of Understanding between SWUPL comparative, international, and human rights law while practice in this environment,” Martin said. and Gonzaga — an agreement involving faculty and student experiencing Italian culture, language, and history. In the past two years, the law school faculty, students, exchanges and the possibility of a joint curriculum in Now, the School of Law has reached out to other parts of and alumni have planted seeds to nurture these international the future. the world by developing relationships with schools in China, ties. Here are some details about the School of Law’s As part of that memorandum, Gonzaga is now hosting South Korea, Colombia, and Brazil. connections to other parts of the globe: five SWUPL students, who live on campus and attend classes “This is mission-centered work,” explained Dean Earl at the law school. The five students, who are in their third Martin. The university’s humanistic, Jesuit, and Catholic year of a four-year undergraduate law program, will receive college credit from SWUPL for the courses they complete traditions and values “call upon us to engage with and at Gonzaga. learn about other cultures.” Dean Earl Martin and Dean Seong Kwon 4 5 colombia brazil For almost a decade, the Oregon Province of the Society Both professors see many possibilities in Colombia — Of all the law schools in the United States, Gonzaga’s of Jesus and the Jesuit Province of Colombia have honored from faculty and student exchanges and teleconference stood out to José Garcez Ghirardi. the Twinning Agreement, a collaborative effort that promotes classes to continued dialogue and research on issues that A law professor at the Direito Getulio Vargas School of joint apostolic activities and visits to each other’s province. include human rights, restorative justice, and property Law in Sao Paolo, Brazil, Ghirardi had just facilitated a new The agreement includes exchanges for language and special restitution for the millions who have been displaced by law program at Direito — a cutting-edge, private school studies between Jesuit priests and brothers as well as Colombia’s internal strife. The conflict also has had a model that contrasted with the vast majority of public law students and professors from Gonzaga University, Seattle devastating impact on the rights of women and children, schools in Brazil. In order to provide his students with the University, and Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, a school which has been the focus of Treuthart’s research for many best possible education, Ghirardi researched law programs with campuses in Bogotá and Calí. years. Many of their Colombian counterparts at the university in the United States that he felt they could learn from and “It was a remarkable experience for us to learn about their The first exchange involving Gonzaga University School also were especially interested in Ballard’s expertise in seek out as partners. He looked for schools known for their legal education,” said Weiser, who also shared his admiration of Law took place this past summer. Professors Megan animal rights law — derechos de los animales, a growing outstanding faculty and clinical legal education. He checked for the quality of the research in Direito’s legal journals. Ballard and Mary Pat Treuthart spent four weeks at Javeriana field in a country where bullfighting and cock fights are out Ivy League schools, other private universities, and law “There are so many great possibilities with this school.” University in Calí to participate in a Spanish immersion considered a tradition. programs with an international reputation. During the conference and throughout their ten-day stay, program and to evaluate the prospect of a partnership Throughout their stay, the professors were showered with In the summer of 2008, Ghirardi traveled to Spokane to Weiser and Hammer met with law professors from all over between the law school and Javeriana. kindness and hospitality, Ballard said. They hope to build on meet with the dean, faculty, students, and others at the law South America. Many shared their hopes of changing their When they weren’t in Spanish class or learning about these friendships and contacts in order to make Gonzaga school. Based on his experience and the friendships he made, schools’ legal education into a more interactive model that Colombia’s history and people through various cultural School of Law a more visible participant in the agreement he invited Professors Gail Hammer and Larry Weiser to come focuses on problem-solving, hands-on learning, and a variety outings, Treuthart and Ballard spent much of their free time between the Jesuit provinces. to Sao Paolo in March in order to present at a conference for of teaching methods in order to connect with a diverse meeting with the university’s law faculty and professors from Dean Martin said he hopes to travel to South America in law professors from all over South America. student body. the women’s studies and political science departments. They February of 2010 to spend time at Javeriana as well as Direito Gonzaga, he concluded, was an excellent fit. A professor from Chile expressed his sentiments to also visited the courts and made contacts with local non- Getulio Vargas School of Law in Brazil in order to assess Upon their arrival, Hammer and Weiser discovered that Professor Hammer: “Teaching law is not about passing on government organizational agencies. “We wanted to make the possibility of joint programs and other activities. Direito is considered to be one of the most innovative and doctrine, but about teaching students how to think and longer-term, sustainable connections,” Treuthart said. reputable schools in Brazil. The recently accredited school how to try. It is about giving them the opportunity to face accepts only fifty law students a year so class sizes are small things without fear. It is about helping to form autonomous, and all students are given the opportunity to participate. lucid individuals.” Like Gonzaga, Direito has a commitment to egalitarianism The next concrete step in this partnership is a faculty and social justice, Hammer said. “They are preparing their exchange between Ghirardi and Weiser during the second students to be good citizens of the world,” she said. “The session of the summer semester. Weiser will spend a few school seemed like a dynamic place.” weeks in Sao Paolo teaching clinical education in English to Ghirardi and others at Direito wanted to learn more about Brazilian students while Ghirardi stays in Spokane, where he the teaching methodology at Gonzaga Law School — and the will offer a course titled “Art and Jurisprudence.” hands-on education students receive through the clinical law “My interactions with the people at Direito were programs. While Hammer and Weiser shared their expertise absolutely inspirational,” Hammer said. “Their excitement in these fields, they, too, wanted to learn, in solidarity with and their passion — about the law and about being a good their Brazilian counterparts. public citizen — run deep. It was such a positive experience.” Law school is demanding enough for most aspiring The other four students are: Tian Chuandong (Nicole), attorneys. age 20; Zhang Siqi (Kiki), age 20; Li Xiao (Tina), age 21; and But imagine studying torts, contracts, and criminal law Sun Yue (Sandra), age 18. in another language, in a country and culture completely All five are in their third year of a four-year undergraduate different from your own. law program at SWUPL. Several hundred students in That’s the challenge this year for five young women Chongqing applied for the chance to study at Gonzaga by from the Southwest University of Political Science and enduring several three-hour-long written exams and a Law in Chongqing, China. As part of a Memorandum of number of interviews, both in English and in Chinese. Xiao, Understanding between Gonzaga and SWUPL, the five Tian, Zhang, Li and Sun — who also were vetted by their students are spending a year in Spokane to improve professors for their intellectual abilities and English-speaking their English, gain an understanding of law in the United skills — emerged at the top of their class. States, experience Western culture, and share their own “I’ve been an ordinary Chinese all of my life,” said Tian. perspectives with students and faculty at Gonzaga. “Their “I’ve excelled in school since first grade. I really never year-long stay in Spokane is the first concrete step toward dreamed of studying abroad.” Although the students won’t receive a law degree Since they arrived on August 12, the five women have building a partnership between Gonzaga and SWUPL,“ said When she learned about the opportunity to travel to the from Gonzaga, they’ll earn credits toward completion lived on campus in two university-owned apartments. With Gonzaga School of Law Dean Earl Martin. United States to study law, Tian worked harder than ever to of their baccalaureate in China. To accomplish that, help from students and faculty from the law school, the “In China, we learned about America only from the excel, she said. they have enrolled in half the courses that first-year law university’s English Language Center and others from the Internet and by reading Chinese newspapers,” said 25-year- students normally take. This fall, their classes are Torts Spokane community, the women have participated in various old Xiao Chen Lin, also known as “Lynn” to her professors and Perspectives on the Law. In the spring, they’ll study activities both on campus and throughout Spokane. and American friends. “I wanted to come here and learn Contracts and Criminal Law. They’ve kayaked on the Spokane River, visited Manito about the real America.” “We want to experience the culture and compare Chinese Park and other scenic areas, picked apples at Greenbluff and law with American law,” said Zhang, who hopes to pursue a participated in a 5-kilometer race. The students have figured career in economic and trade law. out which grocery stores and Asian markets in Spokane sell At home, their legal system is governed by civil law — a the ingredients they need to cook their traditional Chinese significant distinction when compared to the use of common dishes. They exercise regularly at the Rudolf Fitness Center law in the United States. on campus, attend barbecues and parties, and participate Professors at Gonzaga are very approachable and in jazz dance classes. Li and Zhang even tried out for the interested in their opinions, said Tian. They want to involve Gonzaga cheerleading team. BEAUTIFUL WORLD the students in discussions and encourage them to share Next on their to-do list: get tickets to a Gonzaga men’s their ideas and point of view. basketball game and root for their favorite team. “It’s quite Poring through textbooks in English, writing papers, different from our own campus but we feel comfortable students conducting research, and preparing for class has been here,” said Li. “People have been friendly and we have had a grueling experience, the women acknowledged. Their many activities.” chinese American classmates help them out by sharing notes and providing explanations during class discussions. Their Despite the initial culture shock, the women from China have learned to adjust — and often embrace — life in the professors also take extra time to make sure they feel United States, they said. comfortable in class and understand the lessons, said Tian. Much of their education, however, also takes place outside the classroom. To make new friends and improve their English skills, the five Chinese students have immersed themselves in Gonzaga culture. 9 His landmark cases in the Supreme Court of Nepal include His international experience as well as his familiarity the right of daughters to inherit property and the Godabary with diverse and marginalized communities has compelled Marble Case, which in 1996 led to the enactment of an Acharya to share his perspective with law students Environmental Protection Act in Nepal. at Gonzaga. After practicing law in his native country and teaching “My emphasis is on international law because I wish at his alma mater in Kathmandu, Acharya traveled to the to educate others who are not aware of poverty around United States to dig deeper and grow in his understanding of the globe and about the suffering that millions of people environmental and natural resource law. He graduated with experience on a daily basis,” he said. Their misery as a result a master’s of law from the Wallace Stegner Center for Land, of inequity is a “threat to international peace,” he said. Resources, and the Environment at the University of Utah’s It is imperative for all attorneys to have some experience College of Law. He continued to expand his knowledge base or at least an understanding of international law, stressed and research by earning a doctor of laws from the University Acharya, who travels regularly around the world and was of Wisconsin Law School. part of Gonzaga’s efforts to establish ties with the Southwest Before joining the Gonzaga law faculty in 2005, Acharya University of Political Science and Law in Chongqing, China. spent five years as legal counsel to the Chippewa Cree “If I can educate students about the importance of He fought for the underdogs — the poor, the marginalized, He also inspired the young Acharya to learn English and to Tribe of the Rocky Boy’s Reservation in Montana. He international law and the way it works, they can make a the people who didn’t have a voice. study law. continues to do volunteer work for various Montana tribes strong impact on the global community,” Acharya said. “It As a young lawyer in his native Nepal, Dr. Upendra “I became aware of international events because my father and collaborates with colleagues in Nepal as they study the is one way to eliminate or at least reduce poverty and to Acharya took on cases that other attorneys wouldn’t touch. had access to newspapers from all over the world,” Acharya country’s history and evaluate the drafting process for a encourage people all over the world to be respectful of one There was no money to be made representing indigent recalled. “Reading about other cultures made me realize new constitution. another. This will enable us to realize global peace.” clients. But they, too, had rights before the law. that corruption was rampant — and still is — in our political “I wanted to fight for the poor and the deprived,” said leadership. News stories from other parts of the world made Acharya, assistant professor at Gonzaga University’s School Nepalese society seem so backward and feudal.” of Law. “As I became aware of the poverty around the world, An awareness of the global community and other ways I wanted to stand up not just for Nepalese people, but for of life also led Acharya to recognize that he was a member poor people everywhere.” of the privileged class in a caste system that discriminated Born in the village of Chudi in western Nepal, Acharya against women, the poor, and minorities. grew up in a rural, mountainous area where he was forced to Instead of accepting the status quo, Acharya questioned walk an hour each way to the nearest school. In a classroom Nepal’s societal norms and began exploring issues of without desks or chairs, he and other students spent the day equality and social justice. His desire for fairness shaped his sitting on the floor as they listened to their lessons in the classical language of Sanskrit. philosophy as an attorney. It also led him to represent clients and causes that were rejected by other lawyers in Nepal dhanyabaad Fortunately for Acharya, his father also became his including the rights of bonded laborers in the eastern-most THANK YOU teacher. As a pioneer journalist and the publisher of the local parts of the country. acharya newspaper, “Sagarmatha,” which means “Everest,” the late After graduating with a bachelor of laws degree from Satya Der Acharya exposed his son to global perspectives. Tribhuvan University in Kathmandu, Nepal, and then later inspiring They discussed politics, society, and current events — not with a master’s in comparative law from the University of just in their own country, but in India, Europe, the United Delhi in India, Acharya established his own law practice and States, and other parts of the world. made a name for himself in the fields of international law and human rights. 10 IN the NEWS Left: Thayne McCulloh, Ph.D. and The Hon. Kathleen O’Connor, ‘75 Red Mass 2009 The Most Reverend William S. Skylstad, D.D., Bishop of Spokane, presided at this year’s Red Mass, held on September 15 at St. Aloysius Church. A reception was held after the mass at Jundt Art Museum. This year’s Distinguished Judicial Award was presented to The Hon. Kathleen O’Connor for her outstanding service on the bench, and the Judges Foundation Lawless Memorial Scholarship was given to GU law student Steven Merriman. The homilist was Peter B. Ely, S.J., Vice President of Mission and Ministry for Seattle University, and the cantor was Mrs. Va Lena Curran. 13 IN the NEWS IN the NEWS Bobby Lee Cook, guest lecturer in the Barbieri Courtroom Lita Luvera, Bobby Lee Cook, Paul Luvera and Dean Earl Martin Ilaria Hare-Heiderich, Dean Earl Martin, Judge Ellen Kalama Clark, Ashlee Wiese, Kaitlin Jaccard Luvera Lecture 2009 Myra Bradwell Award The annual Luvera Lecture was held this year in Spokane The television show Matlock was reportedly based on Each year, the Gonzaga Law Women’s Law Caucus awards This year’s award was given to Judge Ellen Kalama Clark, a distinguished member of the legal community an award a member of the class of 1982. Judge Clark is a native on September 30 in the Barbieri Courtroom at Gonzaga Law Cook’s law practice; and his defense of Savannah, Georgia in recognition of their work through the law to better the Hawaiian who moved to Spokane after graduating from the School. The guest lecturer was well-known defense attorney socialist Jim Williams, helped empower John Berendt’s true situations of women and children. This award is the Myra University of Hawaii. She was persuaded to attend Gonzaga Bradwell award, and is named in honor of a pioneering Law School by a friend. Bobby Lee Cook. crime classic Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. member of the legal profession. Mrs. Bradwell overcame Judge Clark joined the bench as a court commissioner Mr. Cook is considered one of the top defense attorneys in The Luvera Lecture Series is made possible by generous many obstacles to become the first female attorney admitted in 1993 and served until 1999, when she was elected to the the country, and has tried thousands of cases including more support from Gonzaga Law graduates Paul and Lita Luvera. to practice in the United States. Superior court. than 300 murder trials in over forty states. He graduated from Vanderbilt University Law School and at 82 years old is still practicing law with his firm of Cook & Connell. 14 15 IN the NEWS Mike McClintock is honored for thirty-three years of dedication Mike McClintock Retires after Thirty-Three Years After thirty-three years of teaching the bright young minds of future lawyers, Mike retired at the end of the 2008-09 academic year. Gonzaga Reaches Top 100 Gonzaga Law Clinic Receives Top Honors On April 30, 2009, the faculty and staff of Gonzaga Law School honored Mike for his dedication and commitment. Gonzaga University School of Law has moved onto the list U.S. News & World Report magazine recently ranked During his time at Gonzaga Law, he was faculty advisor to the of the top 100 law schools of the nation, as ranked by U.S. Gonzaga University School of Law’s clinical training program Law Review for seventeen years, and was four-time recipient, News & World Report magazine in its Best Law Schools, as being in the top one third in the nation. The School of in 1978, 1979, 1990, and 1993, of Gonzaga Law School SBA’s 2010 edition. Law’s Center for Law and Justice is home to University Legal “Best Teacher of the Year Award.” Dean Earl Martin said that he was especially pleased by Assistance (ULA), a clinical law program dedicated to offering the improvements made in two categories used to calculate legal support to low income and elderly clients. the rankings. “First, our 3.0 assessment score by lawyers and Commonly referred to as “the clinic,” Gonzaga’s clinical judges, which is superior to many schools that are ranked law program was one of the first of its kind established in above us, speaks to how well…the institution is perceived by the United States. Over 1,000 alumni have worked in clinical the bench and bar…Second, the results that our graduates programs during their time at the law school, representing or have been achieving on the Washington State bar exam are supporting the legal needs of over 9,500 clients. certainly contributing to our gains in this ranking. Both of these Don Curran outcomes bear a strong connection to the great work that goes on in our classrooms every single day.” Don Curran receives the 2009 President’s Award Dean Martin also noted that “all of the improvements and from the WSBA changes we have adopted over the last few years have been The Washington State Bar Association presented J. Donald Gary Gayton Class of 1962 Receives DAMA Award embraced because they advance our mission of providing our for Law Curran the 2009 President’s Award at their annual meeting in students with an excellent legal education. . . . Not because Seattle on Thursday, September 23. On October 15, 2009, law school alum Gary Gayton was they somehow positively impact our place in any ranking. We The President’s Award is given annually by the president honored with the DAMA award for law. Each year, the Gonzaga will always stay focused on the things that fundamentally make of the WSBA in recognition of special accomplishments or University Alumni Association awards select members with GU Law such a high quality experience for our students.” service to the WSBA during the president’s term. Throughout its highest honor, the Distinguished Alumni Merit Award. Don’s career, he has been an active member of the WSBA, Nominations come in from various sources throughout the serving on many committees, and on the WSBA Board of University. Ultimately, recipients are chosen based on their Governors from 1988-1991. In 1996, Mr. Curran received the service and contributions to their families, their careers, their Washington State Bar Association Lifetime Service Award. peers, and their communities. 16 17 life in the library IN the NEWS As I write this, all of the departments in the law school are there’s no substitute for being engaged in the life of the law school in the midst of answering the American Bar Association (ABA) — talking with students and faculty about their work; offering Annual Questionnaire. We’re all busy gathering, compiling, and training sessions to student groups like the Gonzaga Law Review Welcome New Faculty and Staff analyzing information for the purpose of providing some objective and the Gonzaga Journal of International Law, research assistants, Vickie Williams – Associate Dean for Academic Affairs way to measure the quality of the education we provide to our and faculty; and suggesting relevant resources and research Associate Professor Vickie Williams, has been with Gonzaga Law School since 2003. Prior to that she was an law students. (At least I think that’s the purpose.) strategies. Patrick Charles, the associate director of the library, adjunct lecturer at the University of Washington School of The library section of the questionnaire changed significantly and I co-taught Advanced Legal Research to second- and third- Law in Seattle from 2000 to 2003. Dean Williams teaches in the this year, and has been the subject of much debate among year law students for the first time this past spring semester. It areas of Health Care Law, Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law, law librarians across the country. One change is that we are was extremely rewarding to work with law students to help them Conflict of Laws, and Federal Jurisdiction. She was appointed associate dean of academic affairs in July. no longer required to report volume and title counts. While I become better researchers, and ultimately better attorneys. recognize that those statistics can provide meaningful (and I feel like we’re moving in the right direction when students Tricia Burns-Hart – Career Services - Counselor sometimes necessary) information, they can also do harm to the and faculty seek us out to ask questions, recommend material to Tricia received her J.D. from Gonzaga Law School in collection and result in an inefficient allocation of resources. purchase, and think of the library as a valuable resource in and of December of 2005. She practiced employment law for a short If decisions are driven by the desire to manipulate or inflate the itself. Nothing is more gratifying than receiving an e-mail or phone time and returned to Gonzaga Law School in February of this number of volumes and titles in the collection, the more important call from a former law student (now practicing attorney) with a year. She received her BA degree from Gonzaga University in May of 1994 and worked in human resources for nearly ten goal of focusing on the quality, relevance, and accessibility of our research question, though hearing good things about the research years, four-and-a-half of those at GU Human Resources while collection is lost. So this change is liberating, in a way, because skills of Gonzaga law grads from other librarians is a close second. attending law school. Tricia has two children ages 5 ½ and 3 ½ we can weed our collection without worrying that it will have a Finally, I am sad to report that the Chastek Library lost one of and is married to Jeff Hart, who is also employed at Gonzaga. negative impact on our ranking, and we can purchase material our staff members. Lesley Lee, the administrative secretary in that our students and faculty will actually use. the library, suffered a brain aneurism on August 14 and died on The revised questionnaire tries to focus more on the services September 11, 2009. Most of you probably didn’t get a chance to the library provides, the resources we devote to supporting those know her because she didn’t work in a public service position, but services, and the amount of money we spend on our collection. she was greatly responsible for making the library run smoothly. I think this is a step in the right direction, though it raises other Besides being extraordinarily intelligent, competent, and hard- issues. Obviously, there is no perfect instrument to measure what working, she also set the tone for the library with her unfailingly Above: Vickie Williams and Tricia Burns-Hart the ABA is trying to quantify, but that’s another discussion. gracious and thoughtful manner. She was an integral part of the The process of answering the ABA Questionnaire makes law library and will be missed. me think about how the library supports the mission of the law school and how we know if we’re doing a good job. For this, 18 CLINIC NEWS SUMMATIONS student news The clinical law program has now finished an almost In other clinic news: Seven students and three attorneys total change-over from its prior model. Beginning this fall, traveled to Philadelphia October 22 through 26 to attend MISSION the clinic completed its evolution into eight separate clinical the National Consumer Law Center annual convention. programs run by eight separate clinical teachers. They are, Nearly 1,000 consumer lawyers gathered to attend intensive listed in order of seniority: seminars on many topics, including predatory lending, Consumer Law Clinic _______ Alan McNeil mortgage foreclosure defense, truth-in-lending violations, POSSIBLE Elder Law Clinic ____________ Larry Weiser debt collection abuses, and auto fraud. These exciting, General Practice Clinic ____ George Critchlow (currently inspirational seminars never fail to inspire students. directed by Terry Sawyer) The Federal Tax Clinic has been busy with U.S. Tax 2009 General Practice Clinic _____ Gail Hammer Court calendars. In June, the director and one student flew Federal Tax Clinic___________ Jennifer Gellner to Anchorage for the Alaska trial calendar. The student Indian Law Clinic ___________ Jay Kanassatega negotiated a settlement for one taxpayer and brought back Business Law Clinic ________ Steve Faust a brief to write for another, pro se, taxpayer. On October 5, Environmental Law Clinic __ Mike Chappell the tax court was in Spokane for one week. Nine students attended with seven able to assist pro se taxpayers at the The clinical program has also attracted a number of calendar, resulting in a number of favorable settlements. “Practitioners in Residence” who volunteer their time Two of the taxpayers that were helped are now clients of the and knowledge in various clinics: clinic for additional assistance. Indian Law Clinic ___________ District Court Commissioner The Tax Clinic has also announced that Chuck Hammer, Robert Seines former director of the clinic, is now a “Practitioner in Consumer Law ______________ Former WA State Attorney Residence,” and available to assist all clinic students with General Owen Fritz Clarke tax and litigation issues. Consumer Law ______________ Former Federal Bankruptcy Longtime clinic instructor Terry Sawyer has taken over the Court Clerk Ted McGregor duties of George Critchlow while he serves as acting dean of Mission Possible 2009 – Spring Trip to Honduras Federal Tax Clinic ___________ Former IRS Agent & Director the law school. The Mission Possible team did it again! Mission Possible worked hard all year fundraising in order to complete two projects in the of Low Income Taxpayer mountains of Honduras. Thirteen GU Law students headed to Lepaera, Honduras over spring break 2009, to complete their annual Chuck Hammer service trip. Clinic________________________ Former U.S. Attorney The group painted a multipurpose center (gymnasium) in Lepaera’s only public school, then headed to another public school in Jim Connelly a remote community called El Matasanito. The second school has just two classrooms in which three separate grades are taught. Mission Possible painted these two classrooms and handed backpacks with school supplies to all 119 students! This increase has been in response to major changes The trip was a rewarding life experience that taught each Mission Possible member that a little goes a long way! For more details in the law school curriculum. As of this year, all entering please read our brand new blog: http://blogs.gonzaga.edu/mplaw/. first-year students must complete an extern- or internship requirement in order to graduate from law school. The expanded clinic offerings were created to provide opportunities to meet this requirement. 20 21 SUMMATIONS student news COMMENCEMENT 2009 On Saturday, May 16, The Honorable Ryan C. Crocker and Father Robert J. Spitzer, S. J. commencement ceremonies for the 2009 graduating class were Brian Thomas Sniffen received the Dean’s Academic Thomas “Jerry” Greenan, class of 1957, was presented the Achievement Award and also gave the response from Gonzaga Law Medal in recognition of his accomplishments held at McCarthey Center on the Class of 2009. Professor Sheri Engelken was the and contributions to the legal profession. Mr. Greenan served the Gonzaga University campus. faculty speaker. on Gonzaga’s Board of Trustees for twenty years, including The Honorable Ryan C. Crocker, Ambassador of the two years as chair. He was elected Trustee Emeritus in 2004, Over 185 students received their United States to the country of Iraq, gave the commencement and remains active on a number of the Board’s committees. diplomas and hoods. address. Ambassador Crocker embodies Gonzaga’s values He has served the university and law school on many other of service, justice, and professional excellence. Ambassador committees and programs throughout the years. Crocker served as the top American diplomat in Iraq for the past two years, until his retirement at the end of April, 2009. He was given an honorary degree. 23 SUMMATIONS student news Carissa Greenberg Selected for the Morey Maurice Service “The 188 students that comprise the class of 2012 come 2009 Entering Class Profile and Leadership Award from a more diverse set of backgrounds than any before it,” said Susan Lee, Gonzaga Law Director of Admissions. Number of Applicants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1513 Carissa Greenberg was named the 2009 recipient of the “Our incoming class represents talent from our home state Class Size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 188 Morey-Maurice Award for Service and Leadership. This of Washington, as well as twenty-eight other states, including Gender award is given to a graduating law student who has made an Male . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .121 (64%) “extraordinary contribution of both service and leadership Alaska, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, and New York. Our Female . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .67 (36%) while attending Gonzaga University School of Law.” The award out-of-state students comprise 63% of our incoming class.” Residency was established in memory of Wanda Morey Maurice and “We are also very pleased to welcome our first Washington Residents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37% international student from China.” Non-Resident . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63% Justice Warren Jones, Ryan Armentrout, Justice Charles Johnson, John Wyk Maurice, parents of Professor John Morey Maurice. The incoming class of 188 was selected from a competitive Underrepresented Ethnic Minorities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14% Justice Susan Owens, Justice Debra Stephens, Erica Simms applicant pool of 1,513, Lee said: “Our students have attained Average Age . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 their education from such outstanding universities as the States Represented . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 2009 Linden Cup and Heidelberg University of Arizona, Colgate, Dartmouth, and Johns Hopkins Undergraduate Universities Represented. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97 The team of Erica Simms and Ryan Armentrout were this University.” LSAT Profile 75th Percentile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 157 year’s Linden Cup award winners. The final round, held in It’s an academically strong class, she said. Median. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155 the law school’s Barbieri Courtroom, was judged by three “Our median LSAT remains a very strong 155, while the 75th 25th Percentile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153 Washington State Supreme Court justices, and one Idaho LSAT percentile increased to a 157, up one point from last year. GPA Profile Supreme Court justice. The undergraduate grade performance of our class remained 75th Percentile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3.51 Median. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3.30 Named after Fr. James Linden, S.J., a beloved regent strong as well, with a 3.30 median.” 25th Percentile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3.05 and instructor, the competition has been an annual event Gonzaga University School of Law remains committed at Gonzaga Law since 1935 along with the accompanying to building a diverse student body, as well. “This year we 188 Heidelberg celebration which serves as the annual share- increased our ethnically diverse student population from 7% holder meeting of the Gonzaga Student Bar Association. It to 14%,” said Lee. “This is a positive step forward, and we will celebrates achievements inside and outside the classroom by continue to strive for greater diversity.” honoring the year’s Linden Cup and Moot Court competition “As these students continue with their education at Students participants. In addition, special recognition is given to all Gonzaga,” Lee concluded, “we look forward to sharing their students who have served in a leadership capacity during accomplishments; we know that this class, just like those the year. in the past years, will become laudable contributors to their communities and achieve success.” of 2012 come Heidelberg - 2009 Fr. James Linden, S.J. founded Heidelberg in 1935 to serve as the annual shareholder meeting of the Gonzaga Student Bar from a more diverse CLASS 0F Association. Seventy-four years later, Heidelberg 2009 is still the very special evening that Fr. Linden planned. On April 4, 2009 the set of backgrounds 2012 than any other Davenport Hotel was filled with fun, laughter, recognition, and dancing. Carissa Greenberg receiving the Morey Maurice Award class before from Dean Earl Martin 24 SUMMATIONS student news Technology Law Scholarship Christopher Barrus, also a second-year law student, has been awarded the Technology Law Scholarship. Barrus, originally from Ridgefield, Washington, majored in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. Chris was drawn to Gonzaga for many different reasons, some of which were the quality and cost of living, as well as the beautiful northwest location, and the quality of Gonzaga University Law School. Barrus said that obtaining his J.D. is more encompassing that he originally thought, meaning that it “allows you to do more than…I ever thought relevant. I’ve learned I really do enjoy IP law.” Barrus enjoys learning and working with the newest and greatest technology, which is one of the main reasons he has Genna Hibbs receiving the Lee & Hayes IP Law Scholarship from Christopher Barrus receiving the Technology Law Scholarship from been drawn to the field of IP law. Upon graduation Chris hopes Steven Merriman presented with the 2009 Lawless Scholarship Professor George Critchlow Professor George Critchlow from The Hon. Tari Eitzen to work for a firm that does medical device patents, as well as practice general IP work. Lee & Hayes IP Scholarship This is the second year of the Technology Law Scholarship. 2009 Lawless Scholarship – September 15 Its benefactor, Daniel Fratini, graduated from Bucknell Genna Hibbs, a second-year law student, was awarded the Lee & Hayes, pllc, is a dynamic intellectual property law University in 1980, with a degree in chemical engineering. The 2009 Lawless Scholarship for academic Lee & Hayes IP Scholarship. She majored in both Genetics firm, headquartered in Spokane, Washington, and has been Since 1980, Mr. Fratini has worked for a number of companies, and English Literature at the University of Kansas. Genna said ranked as one of the top IP firms in the country. They began as achievement was awarded to Steven Merriman, including Proctor & Gamble and Scott Paper. For the last she was drawn to Gonzaga by the university’s commitment many entrepreneurial startups, with two founders and an idea. ten years he has been a principal in his own company, a second-year law student from Kennewick, to service. She said that many of her fellow classmates at The concept was to deliver quality, customized IP services Cleaver Associates. Gonzaga Law are philanthropic people wanting to serve more efficiently and responsively. Dan Hayes, a 1991 graduate Washington. Steven was presented with the award by Throughout his years in business, Fratini has found himself society, a goal she feels is one of the most important factors of Gonzaga Law School, co-founded the firm with Lewis Lee. increasingly enmeshed in patent-related technology matters. The Hon. Tari Eitzen, during the reception held at the in her own decision to become a lawyer. Lee and Hayes, pllc continues to be a great supporter of He sees patent law as critical area within business law, one Genna chose intellectual property law to “help improve Gonzaga Law. Jundt Art Museum after this year’s annual Red Mass. that has a huge impact on a company’s success or failure. His the effectiveness and accessibility of genetic technology hope is that by funding the Technology Law Scholarship he will Each year the Washington Judges Foundation to society as a whole.” Genna’s own mother’s battle with encourage Gonzaga students to enter the intellectual property Parkinsons disease has also continued to inspire her to pursue funds the Lawless Scholarship, founded in 2002, and field and specialize in patent law. biotechnology IP. Upon completion of law school Genna hopes given to the top-ranked student returning for his or to work as a litigator and lobbyist in biotechnology at the federal level. her second year at Gonzaga Law. 26 27 Class action 1974 1980 1981 Class of ’74 grad, Leland Kerr has been elected In September 2008, Mike Bahn, ’80, was selected to 1981 alum Gordon MacDonald, recently joined Wells WSBA governor representing the 4th congressional district. become a member of the Washington State Bar Association’s Fargo Bank, headquartered in the San Francisco area as He assumed the seat at the conclusion of the board meeting Disciplinary Board. He is currently serving with nine other senior vice president of security and investigations. in September. attorneys and four public members. He will serve on the Mr. Kerr currently works with the Kerr Law Group in Disciplinary Board until September 2011. From April 1995 to Kennewick, Washington, where he practices in the areas the present, Mike has been employed as a staff attorney of business entities, litigation, municipal law, land use, for the Medical Quality Assurance Commission at the construction, real estate development, agricultural business, Department of Health in Tumwater, WA. The Commission and professional practice representation. regulates the licensing and discipline of medical doctors and Lt. Colonel Arthur Lees physician assistants. 1976 Roger G. Brown, ’80, with 1984 the firm of Roger G. Brown & Greg Devlin, class of 1976, was recently promoted to Lt. Colonel Arthur Lees, class of ’84, a judge advocate Associates in Jefferson City, principal with the Spokane firm of Winston & Cashatt. Greg for the U.S. Army, is currently deployed in Iraq, Kuwait, Missouri, has received his LLM in is a longtime Spokane litigation attorney who has spent and Afghanistan for the Coalition Forces Land Component Dispute Resolution from the Univ. three decades representing clients on legal matters relating Command. Lt Col. Lees is working with attorneys from different of Missouri School of Law. He to building and construction, estate planning and probate, areas of the Army to ensure that the U.S. Army’s approach to was also named for the second business and business formation, and personal injury legal reviews is consistent across the board. year as a “Super Lawyer” in and insurance defense. Devlin, a former Stevens County Missouri and Kansas. prosecutor, also handles some criminal defense work. Nancy Isserlis, class of ’80, was elected WSBA governor of Janice P. Brown the 5th congressional district this past summer. Isserlis is with 1986 the firm of Winston & Cashatt in John M. Loalbo, Spokane where her practice focuses on bankruptcy and 1983 class of ’86 has joined Reed Smith LLP, as a Nancy Isserlis commercial law issues. In February 2009, Gonzaga Law School alum partner in its Tax, Benefits Janice P. Brown, ’83, was appointed by Senator Barbara & Wealth Planning Boxer to Senator Boxer’s Judicial Advisory Committee, Group. Mr. Loalbo will Houston Putnam Lowry, class of 1980, has been reappointed responsible for making recommendations to her for the be resident in the firm’s by the ABA as a representative to the UN Economic and Social positions of U.S. District Court Judge, U.S. Attorney, and Princeton office, effective Council. Mr. Lowry, who has been a representative to the U.S. Marshal. Janice Brown is owner and founder of immediately. He was UN for many years, has handled more than 160 domain name Brown Law Group, a boutique business litigation law firm formerly a partner in the issues that face businesses that have, or hope to have, specializing in employment law. Brown Law Group has Roseland office of a presence on the Internet. offices in San Diego and Los Angeles. Wolf Block. Kirkland Municipal Court Judge Michael Lambo, Gonzaga Law class of 1983, has been appointed co- John M. Loalbo Greg Devlin chair of the state board for judicial administration (BJA). His term will be from 2009-2011. The board provides leadership to the state courts and develops policies to enhance the administration of justice in Washington. Judge Lambo practiced law for twenty-one years before joining the bench in 2006. 28 29 Class action 1987 Kathleen Paukert, ’90, Michael Paukert, ’90, and Susan Troppmann, ’92, have formed the law firm of Paukert & 1996 1999 Tim Donaldson, class of ’87, recently had an article on Troppmann, PLLC. Mike Paukert’s business and transactional Matthew Wolkofsky, ’96, is president of MyClothingCalendar Richard Davey, class of ’99, has recently been appointed victim/witness intimidation in family violence cases published practice focuses on debtor/creditor law and business (www.myclothingcalendar.com), a free online clothing journal deputy general manager for the Massachusetts Bay Commuter in the LINCOLN LAW REVIEW. He is currently the city attorney and restructuring. Kathleen Paukert’s and Susan Troppmann’s that records what a businessperson wore with clients, Railroad Company. municipal prosecutor for the city of Walla Walla, Washington, practice area emphasizes civil litigation, including personal colleagues, friends and family at business meetings, social Mr. Davey has served as MBCR’s general counsel since where he has been since 1996. injury, insurance, employment, ERISA, business, and events, or on any occasion. July 2003. Prior to joining MBCR, Mr. Davey was an attorney commercial matters. with the law firm of Schulte, Roth & Zabel of New York City, 1989 1998 New York. For three consecutive years, Mr. Davey has been 1991 named a “Rising Star” among Massachusetts lawyers by Class of ’89 grad, Gina Tveit, was recently sworn in as Technology, licensing and patent attorney, David K. Daggett, Boston magazine. Stevens County’s new District Court judge. She was appointed M. Gage Stromberg, class of 1991, has joined NAS ’98, has joined the national law firm of Davis Wright Tremaine Richard earned his Juris Doctorate summa cum laude to replace Judge Pam Payne who retired August 31. Judge Pension Consulting, Inc., of Spokane, where he will serve LLP as a partner. Dave will help lead the firm’s Microsoft Client from Gonzaga University School of Law. Tveit previously worked for McGrane & Schuerman law firm in as vice-president. Gage is also co-owner of the Steam Plant Service Team and its national technology, IP and digital media Colville, then joined the prosecutor’s office in 1995. She will be Grill and the Coeur d’Alene Brewing Co. practices. He will be based in the firm’s Seattle office. Prior to 2003 subject to reelection in November 2010. joining Davis Wright Tremaine, he was with the law firm of K&L 1995 Gates. He received his J.D., summa cum laude, from Gonzaga Kammi Mencke Smith 1990 Dan Keefe, class of ’95, University School of Law and his B.A. from the University of California at Los Angeles. Dave is an adjunct professor at (’03), has been promoted to principal at the Spokane Dr. Lawrence James Gist, II, class of 1990, and adjunct has been promoted to partner Gonzaga Law School and a member of the Knights of Columbus. firm of Winston & Cashatt. professor of Law and Business at Mount Saint Mary’s College with the Seattle firm of Helsell Smith is a litigator in the in Los Angeles, has been working on a pro bono project to help Fetterman. Dan’s practice Class of 1998 alum, Laurie Hatten-Boyd, has been elected area of employment and stay the execution of Kenneth Mosley, formerly scheduled to involves trial and arbitration partner with the firm of KPMG LLP. Her practice provides tax education law. be killed in Texas on July 16th. Regarding his work, Dr. Gist focusing primarily on medical services to financial service clients, and reporting on cross said, “Given that the constitutionality of lethal injection has malpractice defense. Defending border transactions. Hatten-Boyd joined KPMG in 2003. been recently upheld, and limited to more traditional legal hospitals and doctors, his options, I have developed a new theory in an attempt to gain a particular experience is in stay on Mr. Mosley’s behalf.” orthopedic and general surgery Dr. Gist has made a pdf file of his press release available, cases. He also works with and two links to published articles regarding his theory are Dan Keefe hospitals and mental health Kammi Mencke Smith included below for anyone interested. He also welcomes professionals on risk any assistance from a current law student who might be management. interested. His contact information is: 12001 Chalon Road, After graduating with a B.A. from University of Washington, Los Angeles, CA 90049-1599. Dan earned his law degree from Gonzaga University School http://www.beaumontenterprise.com/news/local/son_ of Law. He has been named a “Rising Star” five times by of_beaumont_trial_judge_crusading_for_new_method_of_ the Washington Law & Politics Magazine. He mentors law executing_prisoners.html students at UW and Gonzaga, and volunteers at the Down- http://www.opednews.com/articles/Let-There-Be-Life-by- town Legal Clinic. Lawrence-Gist-090623-145.html 30 31 Class action 2004 2006 Mike Pontarolo receives Nanette Dockum (JD Ken Borgnino ‘03, Michelle (Sharpe ‘06) Borgnino, Laura the Smithmoore P. Myers ‘04) and Shaun Blackburn were married last January (Jonson ‘06) Haberland, and John Haberland ‘06 all met up at Camp Victory, Iraq for a GU Law reunion at the Oasis Dining Professionalism Award 3, 2009, in the Columbia Facility during their deployment to Iraq. Ken and Michelle are River Temple in Tri-Cities, with the 4th Infantry Division out of Fort Hood, Texas, and John On March 25, Michael J. Pontarolo received the 2009 WA. The bride works in and Laura are with the 10th Mountain Division out of Fort Drum, juvenile justice, and the New York. The four of them are all Army JAG officers. Smithmoore P. Myers Professionalism Award given by the groom manages his own computer business. They Spokane County Bar Association. Mike is a partner with enjoy biking, cooking, and traveling together. the law firm of Delay, Curran, Thompson, Pontarolo and The couple resides in Tri-Cities. Walker. As one local attorney stated, “Our community is Nanette and Shaun Blackburn privileged to share our work with an attorney like Mike. Smithmoore “Smitty” Myers and Michael J. Pontarolo He not only selflessly serves his clients, our bar, and the 2005 Heather McDowell recently started a position as counsel justice system but he is also a great guy.” at PPL Corporation’s offices in Billings, Montana. PPL is a major energy generating and delivery company. Heather was previously with the Crowley Fleck firm in Billings where she handled complex litigation and insurance coverage and bad faith matters. She lives in Billings with her husband David Ken and Michelle Borgnino; Laura and John Haberland Graham, a physician, and their blue heeler Dusty. You can now purchase a wide variety 2008 of alumni merchandise online through the E-store. 2008 graduate, Nikalous Armitage has joined the Spokane GONZAGA LAW SWEARING IN law firm of Layman, Layman & Robinson PLLP, as an associate CEREMONY AT U.S. SUPREME COURT attorney. Jeff Blank, ’08, has been working in Operational Law at Ft. Stewart in Georgia. He was formerly part of the Army’s Funded On May 24, 2010, Gonzaga Law Alumni Legal Education Program, and returned to the Army after will hold a group swearing-in ceremony at the graduating from law school. He is being deployed to Iraq in the fall where he will work with the Iraqi people to help them U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C. with government stability. He will also help decipher the laws If you are interested in participating in this of warfare for soldiers at war. Not the typical post-law school job! His e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org. 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Gonzaga Law Alumni – Portland Beavers Baseball Game – Gonzaga Law Alumni – Seattle Mariners Game – August 25, 2009 September 20, 2009 It was hotdogs, peanuts, and crackerjacks! at a Portland GU alums, family, and friends gathered for a social at the Beavers game where area alums and their families and friends Seattle stadium, and watched as the Seattle Mariners beat had an opportunity to gather for a picnic and social prior to a the NY Yankees. home game. Montana State Bar Reception – Missoula – September 17, 2009 Dean Earl Martin had the great honor of presenting Montana Chief Justice Mike McGrath (’75) with a special congratulations on his very successful career as a public servant to the state of Montana. Earlier in the day, Dean Martin presented a CLE to the bar, followed by a reception at the Holiday Inn in downtown Missoula. Several alumni attended from around the state, and were able to enjoy beautiful weather and a pleasant social gathering. Women and the Law Luncheon – Coeur d’Alene – April 28, 2009 Gonzaga Law School held a luncheon for local women alumni who practice law in the Northern Idaho area. Dean Earl Martin Gonzaga Alumni – Portland Beavers Baseball Game updated the group on the recent news at the law school. The lunch was held at the Coeur d’Alene Resort, and was a successful event allowing the local women attorneys to network and catch up while enjoying a spectacular view of the lake. 36 Alumni events The following 1959 graduates attended their REUNION fifty-year reunion this last August: TIME Gene Annis Harry Levitch Joe Gagliardi James Nordale Richard Guy Phil Raekes Robert Kovacevick Norm Roberts From left to right: Class of 1969 at Stan Moore’s house, Class of 1999 and Class of 2004 – Mauren Ryan, Jason Piskell, Ann Wick, Jaime Hawk and Nick Knapton 2009 Reunion Weekend Members from the classes of 1949, 1954, 1959, 1964, 1969, 1974, 1979, 1984, 1989, 1994, 1999, and 2004, returned to campus for Reunion Weekend 2009 Gonzaga University School of Law Alumni Association during the third weekend of August. Over 125 alums reunited with old classmates, family and friends. The weekend featured a golf tournament, wine tour, family BBQ, cruise on Lake WE NEED YOU * * * WE NEED YOU * * * WE NEED YOU Coeur d’Alene, and mass. Alumni had a wonderful opportunity to renew old friendships, reminisce about time spent at Gonzaga and celebrate classmates’ As a graduate, you are already part of the alumni family. Activate your membership and become involved with the successes. Special recognition was given to the class of 1959, who celebrated GU Law Alumni Association. There are five committees working to strengthen connections between Gonzaga Law, 50 years! current students, and alumni. Support Gonzaga Law by joining one or more of these committees: • Recruiting: recruiting applicants to the law school • Networking: facilitating events that bring alumni together and encouraging alumni to remain involved in the continued success of the law school • Placement: assisting students in job placement and job support • Mentoring: supporting students in their education with 1L mentoring and 2L-3L e-mentoring • Development: recognizing alumni who have contributed to the law school and securing the future of Gonzaga Law To become involved, visit www.law.gonzaga.edu/alumni - and click on the Law Alumni Association tab, or contact Nancy Fike, Director of Alumni Relations & Development at (509) 313-3605, or e-mail email@example.com. University Legal Assistance Donors A-1 Concrete Cutting & Demolition Honor roll lifetime contributors Maxine Adams Shelley A. Ajax, ‘04 Gary Amendola, ‘78 Salwa Azar James A. Bamberger, ‘80 Jaime L. Baxter, ‘05 Judy Belous Gonzaga Law School proudly $50,000 - $99,999 Ellen (Kremer) Lenhart, ‘87 James P. and Marianne Connelly, ‘53 Preston Gates Ellis & Rouvelas Meeds, LLP Bruce and Sharon Benson recognizes and honors these major (cumulative) Dick and Jan Manning, ‘60 John and Mary Jo Costello Donald and Christie Querna Patricia L. Brown, ‘02 contributors whose outstanding Charles Brink, ‘78 Helen McDonald† Michael J. and Rebecca Costello, ‘96 John R. Quinlan, ‘60 Kimmer W. Callahan, ‘95 generosity and spirit of lifetime Richard and Mary Lou McWilliams, ‘58 James and Carolyn Craven, ‘75 Tim Quirk and Sally Bulger Quirk, ‘73 William Carty The Brink Foundation giving from the founding of Gonzaga Alejandra Mireles, ‘04 Fred O. Dennis Estate Les and Clara Randall† Kelly and Sharon Cline, ‘85 Harriet Clarke Estate Mary Couch Law School through May 31, 2009, Reanette Cook Estate Joe Nappi, Jr. and Mary Nappi, ‘72 Norb† and Ruby Donahue, ‘41 Diehl and Anne Rettig, ‘69 demonstrates a commitment to Dean Lewis H. Orland Kevin and Jackie Driscoll Prof. Speedy Rice and Judy Clarke Lucy Davis Harry† and Dorothy Dano, ‘41 Loren Etengoff, ‘80 ensure the finest level of higher Delay, Curran, Thompson & Pontarolo, PS Mike and Betty (Onley) Pontarolo, ‘73 John J. and Allison Durkin, ‘80 John and Joy Richards, ‘87 Robert Evans, ‘78 education available. Gary and Sharon Randall Paul and Carol Eng, ‘87 The Honorable and Mrs. J. Justin Ripley, ‘64 James and Frances Flanagan†, ‘40 Timothy and Jacqueline M. (Flynn) Fearnside, ‘96 Great care was taken to ensure the Renee R. Reuther, ‘90 Bill Etter, ‘78 The Honorable Jack J.† Patricia Ripple, ‘50 Mark Fennessy, ‘77 Jim and Margel Gallagher accuracy of this listing, and we would Irene Ringwood, ‘84 Roger A. Felice, ‘73 Ronald A. and JoAnn L. (Salina) Roberts, ‘64 Jonathan L. French, ‘04 Bart and Hilke Gallant appreciate it if you would alert us to Kerm† and Fran Rudolf, ‘51 Joe Fennessy, Jr.†, ‘40 Nicholas Scarpelli, ‘74 Ruth J. (Holland) Fullwiler, ‘91 Mark and Mary Griffin, ‘86 any errors or omissions. Please direct Rudolf Family Foundation James and Mikell Fish, ‘62 Albert J. and Betty Schauble, ‘58 JoAnn Gibbs, ‘94 Stephen Haskell, ‘77 your inquiries to Nancy Fike, Director Dr. James and Mrs. Marilyn Sachtjen Rick Flamm and Vesna Somers, ‘79 Gerald and Rita Schears Keith and Donna Glanzer, ‘90 Horrigan Foundation Paul D. and Nancy Greeley, ‘82 of Law Development and Alumni Dick, ‘79 and Karen, ‘85 Sayre Professor and Mrs. Michael F. Flynn, ‘77 The Honorable and Mrs. Richard J. Greg and Susan Huckabee, ‘76 William J. Halstead, ‘93 Relations, at 509.313.3605 or John and Penny Schultz, ‘63 Francois X. and Debra J. Forgette, ‘77 Schroeder, ‘63 Frank and Maureen Johnson, ‘51 Ethelrine Hunter firstname.lastname@example.org Roger and Angelika Smith, ‘58 Merrit† and Yolanda Foubert, ‘51 John A. and Catherine Schultheis, ‘61 Bob and Ginny Kane, ‘77 Marylyn Irwin George and Nancy Lobisser, ‘78 Jim† and Margaret Solan, ‘49 Joe and Joan Gagliardi, ‘59 Skip Smyser, ‘77 Mr. Michael Kawamura, ‘86 $1,000,000 and Above John E. Manders Foundation Lee M. Solomon Estate Phelps R. and Mary Jean Gose, ‘62 Irene Strachen Charitable Trust Gonzaga University Law Adjunct Faculty (cumulative) Patrick and Diane Sullivan, ‘59 Bill† and Norma Grismer, ‘53 Stritmatter, Kessler, Whelan, Withey, Coluccio William Lund John and Guelda Messina, ‘69 Louis,† and Kathryn Barbieri ’40 David and Kay Syre, ‘72 Hands Off Cain - European Parliament Joseph M. and Parker F. Sullivan, ‘85 Lisa A. Malpass, ‘03 Smithmoore Myers and Sandy Chester and Catherine J. Chastek† ’40 Robert Thompson, Jr., ‘73 Jeffrey and Diana Hartnett, ‘76 Paul and Gail Taylor, ‘84 William M. Mast, ‘03 Sandulo-Myers, ‘39 Fred and Barbara Curley† Union Pacific Foundation Frank P. Hayes, ‘43 The Honorable and Mrs. Joseph A. David Medeiros and M. Elizabeth Price, ‘85 Wes and Mary Lee (Toepel) Nuxoll, ‘54 Hugh S. and Constance J. Miller, ‘87 United Way of Benton & Franklin Counties Lloyd and Linda Herman, ‘66 Thibodeau, ‘66 The Honorable and Mrs. Philip M. Raekes, ‘59 Harold J. and Janis (Whitener) Moberg, ‘83 James and Carmelita† Thomas $500,000 - $999,999 John C. Rudolf J. Prentice Warner Estate Prof. Gerald Hess and Dr. Layne Stromwall Professor Mary Pat Treuthart and Mr. Dan Webster Moberg Law Firm (cumulative) Chuck and Rojean Siljeg, ‘60 Dennis M. Hottell and Terese Colling, ‘76 Joseph Monteiro, ‘76 James† and Marian Triesch, ‘41 Don, ‘60 and Va Lena, ’58 (Scarpelli) Curran Philip H. and Margretta Stanton, ‘56 $10,000 - $24,999 E. J. Hunt, ‘80 Joseph and Janna Uberuaga, ‘77 Anahita Nahavandian, ‘05 John and Sarah Hemmingson United Way of King County (cumulative) IBM Corporation Jennifer L. Neeley, ‘04 Inland Northwest Community Foundation The Unova Foundation Mildred Pederson Paul, ‘59 and Lita, ‘77 (Barnett) Luvera Washington Trust Bank Financial Corporation Keller W. and Kathy Allen, ‘89 Mary Lou Johnson and Daniel Schaffer, ‘92 Verizon Foundation Holly E. Petersen, ‘06 Bob and Diane Waitt, ‘57 Matt and Eleanor Andersen, ‘76 Richard R. and Janet K. Johnson, ‘75 Marc and Nancy Wallace, ‘75 Billie Pierce $250,000 - $499,999 Jim and Joyce† Workland, ‘64 Basil Badley and Mary Margaret Haugen, ‘60 Pine Vista Place Marcus† and Dorothy Kelly, ‘57 James and Kathleen Walsh, ‘81 (cumulative) Jim and Linda Baker, ‘79 Mike and Betty (Onley) Pontarolo, ‘73 Mike and Terri Killeen, ‘77 Washington State Bar Assoc. John and Nancy Clute, ‘63 $25,000 - $49,999 Bank of America Foundation James and Mary Anne (Metcalfe) King, ‘78 Clifford and Karen Webster, ‘77 Gregory and Laura Potter, ‘84 (cumulative) BarBri Bar Review Sally J. Reynolds, ‘06 Joseph P. and Helen K. Delay, ‘52 Paul M. and Kristina S. Larson, ‘75 Stan and Gina Welsh The Honorable and Mrs. Paul Bastine, ‘64 The Honorable and Mrs. Michael P. Roewe, ‘74 Gonzaga University Law Adjunct Faculty American College of Trial Lawyers Western Atlas Foundation David C. and Nancy R. Bayley, ‘76 Lee & Hayes, pllc Brett Rubio, ‘06 Norm and Rita Roberts, ‘59 Gene and Carol Annis, ‘59 Mark E. Wilson The Honorable and Mrs. Richard J. Schroeder, ‘63 Janice H. Bennett, ‘89 Bill and Suzanne Lindberg, ‘73 Jim and Beverly Rogers Boise The Honorable† and Mrs. John F. Wilson, ‘56 Col. Ralph D. Scott, ‘83 James Berlin† Earl F. Martin Sunbelt Communications Co. David and Ellen Bolin, Jr., ‘85 The Honorable Donna L. (Kamps) Wilson, ‘80 Edmund and Donna Sheehy, ‘78 Patton Boggs Foundation The Honorable Craig Matheson, ‘76 Loren and Janell Burke, ‘83 Winston & Cashatt Richard and Rebecca Sheppard Allen Brecke, ‘77 Prof. John Maurice F. Daniel and Susan (Pomerleau) Corkery, ‘76 Julian E. Ledeith-St. Marie, ‘97 $100,000 - $249,999 Joseph† and Peggy Brennan, ‘55 Lenora McBirney† Katharine Witter Brindley, ‘84 and Ralph Brindley Jack and Sara Stone, ‘90 (cumulative) Patrick and Paula Costello James and Jackie Wolff, ‘74 The Honorable and Mrs. Frank D. Burgess, ‘66 Mr. Leo A. McGavick†, ‘29 Leon Swerin, ‘77 Mr. Vern Davidson Women’s Law Caucus Estate of Holly Louise Caudill†, ‘93 Bruce and Judy Butler, ‘80 The Honorable† and Mrs. J. Ben James and Lynette Tobert Phil and Mary Dolan, ‘47 McInturff, ‘52 Ben B. Cheney Foundation William and Judy Carlin, ‘76 Rupert and Elizabeth Tobosa Mr. Phillip E. and Dr. Nadine Egger, ‘81 Robert and Christina McKanna, ‘54 William Eddleman†, ‘39 Carney Badley Smith & Spellman Fred Valdez Richard C. and Susan Eymann, ‘76 Donald† and Mary Moore, ‘53 Dr. Thomas G. Walsh, ‘90 Jerry and Helen Greenan, ‘57 Thomas and Joan Chapman, ‘66 Michael A. Frost, ‘73 Daniel and Mary Beth Morrissey Maria Washburn John and Deborah Holleran, ‘79 John R. Clark and The Honorable Ellen K. The Honorable and Mrs. Richard P. Guy, ‘59 The Honorable and Mrs. James M. John and Kathleen Witkowski Jerome and Vicki Jager, ‘57 Clark, ‘80 Daniel P. Harbaugh, ‘74 Murphy, ‘73 George and Shari Kain, ‘58 Paul Clausen Estate, ‘40 Harold and Mary Anne† Hartinger, ‘54 Northern Trust Bank William V. Kelley† Mr. Charles A. Cleveland and The Honorable Michael and Karen Harwood, ‘88 Stephen and Karen Osborne, ‘73 Joseph† and Muriel Murphy, ‘42 Joyce J. McCown, ‘78 Helen John Foundation Charles I. and Helen Palmerton†, ‘52 Bill Roach Estate John† and Mary S. Close, ‘38 Dan and Margaret† Keefe, ‘74 PEMCO Mutual Insurance Company Washington Trust Bank Thomas and Barbara Cochran, ‘75 King County Bar Foundation Harry B. and Alethea A. Platis, ‘69 Carrie Welch Trust Estate John Condon and Kaye Condon, ‘77 Al and Nadine Lawton Estate of Louis Powell Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Conklin 40 41 Delay, Curran, Thompson & Walter Ayers, ’81 William Dedes, ’77 The Honorable and Mrs. Holly A. Pontarolo, PS Perri Ann Babalis, ’90 Paul and Joan Delay, ’86 Hollenbeck, ’82 Pamela J. DeRusha, ’80 Tom and Jane Baffney, ’74 Richard Delforge, ’77 The Honorable Tany S. Hong and Mrs. Robert Downey, ’86 Kenneth Baker, ’77 James Diehl, ’85 Naomi Hong, ’67 Leo and Mary Driscoll, ’51 William L. Baker, ’85 Chris J. and Peggy M. (Regan) Mr. Frank R. Hoover, ’79 Law Office of Frank R. Hoover, P.S. Honor roll of donors 2008-09 Eagle Law Offices, PS James A. Bamberger, ’80 Dietzen, ’73 Bradley E. Eayrs and Catherine A. David A. Barbe and Mary L. Beechinor- Bryce Dille, ’66 The Honorable Kimberly K. Hornak and Kimball-Eayrs, ’97 Barbe, ’89 Anthony DiTommaso, ’85 Mr. Nile Eatmon, ’83 Harvey and Victoria (Zlatich) Law Offices of David A. Barbe Francis Donnelly, ’83 Melvin Howry, ’79 Faurholt, ’68 Elizabeth M. Sorokac, ’01 Teresa L. Donovan, ’80 Allen and Jane Hunter, ’76 Thomas C. and Barbara L. Feige, ’78 Hollis H. and Patricia J. (Anderson) The Honorable and Mrs. Robert J. Ethelrine Hunter Joe and Joan Gagliardi, ’59 Barnett, ’69 Doran, ’57 Bill Hyslop, ’80 The benefactors listed below Law Dean’s Circle Dan Keefe, ’74 James Teros and Elizabeth Eagle- Michael and Janice Gendelman, ’78 The Honorable Cynthia Imbrogno, ’79 represent a distinguished group Mike and Terri Killeen, ’77 Teros, ’77 Rod and Trish Barnett, ’70 Abraham and Judy Dorsman, ’79 $2,500 - $4,999 of individuals who made a gift C. Russell and Wanda Lewis, ’98 Loren Etengoff, ’80 Jamilia A. (Griffin) George, ’79 William K. Barquin, ’98 Ronald Evan Doty, ’93 Marylyn Irwin Matt and Eleanor Andersen, ’76 Nancy L. Fike The Honorable H. John and Margaret Barrister Winery Peter and Shonah Drakos, ’83 David James, ’76 between June 1, 2008 and Bill and Suzanne Lindberg, ’73 Assoc. of Corporate Counsel WA William J. and Margaret A. Grant, ’54 A. (Jansen) Hall, ’67 Jeffrey L. and Tara (Mitchell) Barth, ’78 Jack and Julie Driscoll, ’84 Mike Jankovich, ’79 May 31, 2009. Their outstanding Bruce and Barbara MacIntyre, ’89 State Chapter Frederick Halverson, ’61 Jankovich Law Offices generosity demonstrates a Dick and Jan Manning, ’60 Randy and Bridget (McInerney) Todd D. Bayne and Laura L. Daniel Duffin, ’93 Bank of America Foundation Harris, ’78 Bill Hennessey, ’51 McGrory, ’87 Wayne and Sara Jenner, ’78 commitment to the tradition The Honorable Craig Matheson, ’76 Linda J. Dunn, ’79 Chester and Catherine J. Chastek†, ’40 Michael and Karen Harwood, ’88 Scott and Shaye Hughes, ’85 Scott W. Bazzani, ’83 Al Jeremiah, Jr., ’68 of yesterday and the vision of Scott S. and Nicole S. (Annis) Donald A. and Beverely J. Ericson, ’52 F. Daniel and Susan (Pomerleau) Howard and Darlene Herman, ’62 Thomas Jacobs, ’76 Professor Cheryl A. Beckett, ’81 Mary Lou Johnson and Daniel tomorrow. Corkery, ’76 McKay, ’90 Brian Ernst, ’84 The Honorable and Mrs. James M. Professor Gerald Hess and Dr. Layne Edward Johnson, ’79 Michael Beegle, ’88 James and Corrine Feldman, ’74 Schaffer, ’92 Earl Martin Robert Evans, ’78 Stromwall Robert Kayser, ’79 Valerie D. Jolicoeur, ’82 Murphy, ’73 Amber (Myrick) Belew, ’94 Mark Fennessy, ‘77 Dean Daniel P. Harbaugh, ’74 Burt and Nancy Holland, ’82 Robert Keefe, ’73 Michael Jonson, ’74 Joe Nappi, Jr. and Mary Nappi, ’72 Judy Belous J. Brent Fery, ’84 Lawrence and Elizabeth Kazan, ’77 Daniel L. Keppler and Meagan James W. Knowles, ’80 Anthony E. and Beth Keating, ’90 Paul W. and Wendi Pennington, ’92 Bruce and Sharon Benson Fidelity Investments Charitable Stephen and Karen Osborne, ’73 President’s 5000 Council Tony and Patty Philippsen, ’73 Flynn, ’92 The Honorable Frank L. Kurtz, ’74 Joseph Betzendorfer, Jr., ’58 Gift Fund Teresa T. Keene, ’07 The Honorable and Mrs. Philip M. Bea L. Koempel-Thomas, ’05 $5,000 and Above Mike and Betty (Onley) Pontarolo, ’73 Patrick Leahy, ’80 Jan Bissett, ’92 Howard and Margaret E. (Davenport) Dorothy Kelly Raekes, ’59 Alan Lamia, ’70 Patton Boggs Foundation John R. Quinlan, ’60 Ellen (Kremer) Lenhart, ’87 Gary and Jacqueline Bjelland, ’79 Fischer, ’75 Tom Kelly, ’66 The Honorable and Mrs. J. Justin Michael and Peggy LoCicero, ’80 Charles Brink, ’78 Ripley, ’64 The Honorable and Mrs. Richard J. Edward and Joanne Lewis Douglas Boe, ’82 Robert R. Fischer, ’91 Kathleen I. Kennedy, ’93 Schroeder, ’63 Tom J. Lucas, ’76 The Honorable Barbara A. Madsen, ’77 The Boeing Company Sue and Patrick† Flammia, ’78 David D. and Shirley G. Kilpatrick, ’75 The Brink Foundation Chuck and Rojean Siljeg, ’60 John A. and Catherine Schultheis, ’61 Timothy J. Lynes, ’84 and Joan C. and Mr. Donald Madsen Justin E. Bolster, ’06 Charles C. and Victoria Flower, ’66 Brian and Nancy King, ’86 Loren and Janell Burke, ’83 James and Kathleen Walsh, ’81 Morningstar John and Penny Schultz, ’63 William M. Mast, ’03 Geoffrey M. Boodell, ’92 Professor and Mrs. Michael F. Dennis Konopatzke, ’80 Ben B. Cheney Foundation The Honorable John J. Madden, ’68 Dennis P. and Marie T. Sheehan, ’76 Christopher Mecca, ’76 David and Sherry Boyar, ’79 Flynn, ’77 Neil Korbas and Patricia John and Nancy Clute, ’63 President’s Council Jack and Sara Stone, ’90 Richard and Mary Lou McWilliams, ’58 Harold J. and Janis (Whitener) Jane Elizabeth (Spahn) Brown, ’95 Thomas J. and Diane Flynn, ’77 Thompson, ’80 John Condon and Kaye Condon, ’77 $1,000 - $2,499 John and Guelda Messina, ’69 The Honorable and Mrs. Joseph A. Moberg, ’83 David and Anni Foster, ’03 Paul Kube and Kari Danielson, ’94 Michael J. and Rebecca Costello, ’96 Senator Lisa Brown American Academy of Matrimonial Thibodeau, ’66 Daniel and Mary Beth Morrissey Joseph Monteiro, ’76 Jonathan L. French, ’04 Brooke C. Kuhl, ’04 Don, ‘60 and Va Lena, ‘58 (Scarpelli) Daniel and Angie Buckley, ‘94 Lawyers Robert Thompson, Jr., ’73 Professor Ann Murphy James and Teri Newman, ’95 Stephen French and Kathy Thomas P. and Mary Lacy, ’50 Curran Paul W. and Diane Burbank, ’82 David C. and Nancy R. Bayley, ’76 Professor Mary Pat Treuthart and The Honorable Jack Nevin, ’78 Craig A. and Julie Nichols, ’81 Swindell-French, ’82 Stephen and Kris Lamberson, ’82 Mark and Mary Griffin, ’86 T. Bennett and Sarah Roger G. Brown, ’80 Mr. Dan Webster James Van Newton, ’99 The Honorable Andrew Pearlstein and Burkemper, Jr., ’91 Ruth J. (Holland) Fullwiler, ’91 Charles and Teresa Langfitt, ’80 The Honorable and Mrs. Richard P. Paul Burglin and Ramona Sanderson- Professor James M. Vache PNC Foundation Ms. Sandra Shire, ’76 Joseph Gavinski, ’77 The Honorable and Mrs. Thomas Guy, ’59 Robert J. Burnett, ’96 and Juliana T., Burglin, ’84 VIQ Development LLC Gregory J. and Laura M. Potter, ’84 The Honorable and Mrs. Justin ’97 (Kendall) Burnett JoAnn Gibbs, ’94 Larkin, ’73 John and Sarah Hemmingson Burglin Law Offices PC Bob and Diane Waitt, ’57 Cornel and Karen (Massonne) Quackenbush, ’57 James and Stacy Gibson, ’99 Larry Larson, ’75 John and Deborah Holleran, ’79 Carl and Maureen Butkus, ’77 Kelly and Sharon Cline, ’85 Marc and Nancy Wallace, ’75 Raab, ’80 Gene Quinn, ’62 Laurence Gill, ’64 Paul M. and Kristina S. Larson, ’75 Helen John Foundation Harry R. Calbom, Jr., ’47 CPA Tax Clinic Clifford and Karen Webster, ’77 Timothy and Julie Reid, ’83 Janine (Adams) Reynard, ’99 Jim Giudici, ’79 Kenneth J. Lebrato, ’79 Bob and Ginny Kane, ’77 Kimmer W. Callahan, ’95 The Honorable and Mrs. Paul M. Bruce Willoughby, ’72 Bill Roberts, ’40 Kurt M. Rowland, ’03 Phillip Gladfelter John Lerma, ’85 Gonzaga University Law Adjunct The Honorable Norman D. Callan, ’76 De Silva, ’65 Katharine Witter Brindley, ’84 and Rich and Christine Robinson, ’78 Noel and Laurie Shillito, ’75 John and Therese Goodrich, ’54 Joseph A. Liebman, ’06 Faculty Carol City Med Plus, Inc. Ralph Dixon, ’77 Ralph Brindley The Honorable and Mrs. Michael P. Shillito & Giske, P.S. Geoffrey E. Goss, ’99 John Lindsay, ’71 Lee & Hayes, pllc Patrick J. Casey, II, ’93 Robert Dunn, ’81 Julie Wokasch Roewe, ’74 Gregory R. Smith, ’86 Robert E. Graham, ’56 Mark W. Lischwe, ’81 Paul, ‘59 and Lita, ‘77 (Barnett) Luvera Dick and Margaret Chastek, ’56 John J. and Allison Durkin, ’80 Women’s Law Caucus Mike Myers and Carole Rolando, ’83 Lowry Snow, ’79 Hedley W. and Anna M. Greene, ’77 John M. Little, ’78 J. Christopher Lynch Coeur d’Alene Brewing Co. Bill Etter, ’78 Joseph M. and Parker F. Sullivan, ’85 Scott Storey, ’83 Geoffrey Grote, ’78 Mark and Diana Loomis, ’80 Earl F. Martin Mitchel Cohen, ’76 Justice Mary E. Fairhurst, ’84 Barrister’s Club Michael D. and Susan Tewksbury, ’78 Tracy J. Tribbett, ’04 Grove Med Plus Inc. Mark J. Lorenz and The Honorable Jerry Neal, ’69 Casey S. Collins, ’83 Dan and Karen Flynn, ’83 $500 - $999 Washington Women Lawyers Robert and Betty Tull, ’74 John and Laura Haberland, ’06 Maryann Moreno, ’85 Diehl and Anne Rettig, ’69 Cori M. Cook, ’00 Dan Fratini Foundation United Way of Rhode Island Houston Putnam Lowry, ’80 Renee R. Reuther, ’90 Jim and Linda Baker, ’79 Mr. David C. Cook, ’77 Robert Hall, ’95 Gary Gayton, ’62 Mark Weisbart, ’81 Victoria L. Vreeland, ’76 Gordon C. and Joan M. (Rogers) Irene Ringwood, ’84 The Honorable and Mrs. Paul Lewis and Rebecca Cooney, ’02 Vernon and Kathleen (Ryan) Paul D. and Nancy Greeley, ’82 Arnold Young, ’69 Todd Weaver and Christine M. Harkins, ’75 MacDonald, ’81 Norm and Rita Roberts, ’59 Bastine, ’64 Patrick and Paula Costello Jerry and Helen Greenan, ’57 (Hohman) Weaver, ’91 Joseph and Sharon Harkrader, ’81 Paul and Suzanne Mack, ’81 Jim and Beverly Rogers Michael L. and Robin Becky, ’82 Mary Couch Dick, ‘79 and Karen, ‘85 Sayre Harold Hartinger, ’54 Robert Berlin, ’81 Solicitor’s Club Regina Williams Everett Coulter, Jr., ’76 Scott Allen Harmer, ’94 The Honorable and Mrs. Dan Jeffrey and Diana Hartnett, ’76 $250 - $499 The Honorable Donna L. (Kamps) Joseph Tokimaru G. Harper, ’02 Maggs, ’72 Skip Smyser, ’77 Mr. David Berry and Dr. Kim Wilson, ’80 Michael and Teresa Crofts, ’80 Lloyd and Linda Herman, ’66 Raymond and Geraldine Richard Mah, Jr., ’65 Patrick and Diane Sullivan, ’59 Hamlett, ’91 A-1 Concrete Cutting & Demolition Patrick Cronan, ’77 Dennis M. Hottell and Terese Hasegawa, ’76 The Honorable Dennis Maher, ’80 Sunbelt Communications Co. Stacy A. 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Hirst, ’91 Bruce Willoughby, ‘72 44 45 in memoriam The Gonzaga University School of Law extends its deepest condolences to the families and friends of the following alumni and friends. Joseph Brennan, J.D. 1955 Richard Hayden, J.D. 1984 Annual gifts that last forever John Carr, J.D. 1950 Levy Johnston, J.D. 1951 Alumni who make gifts to Gonzaga University School of Law year after year are invaluable to our daily operations. The Hon. Robert S. Day, J.D. 1953 James McMannis, J.D. 1950 Those annual gifts, in any amount, add up to provide immense beneﬁt for our students. Alan F. Haeuser, J.D. 1979 Clement Yuse, J.D. 1951 Think about how much you give to Gonzaga Law School each year. Do you want your annual support of Gonzaga Law School to continue even after you’re gone? It’s possible, and it’s easy. Here’s how: Stephen B. Harris, J.D. 1979 Say, for example, you give $1,500 each year to Gonzaga Law School. By bequeathing $30,000 to the University’s endowment, you will ensure that your gifts will continue every year in perpetuity. Assume a 5% annual payout from your gift to the endowment to calculate the corresponding yearly support. The table below illustrates this for several levels of giving. If your annual gift to Gonzaga Law School is: It will be sustained perpetually with a bequest of:* Antoinette J. Derr (Roe) Lesley Lee $500 $10,000 Antoinette Derr was born in 1918, and graduated Lesley Lee, an from Gonzaga Law in 1944, becoming one of the first administrative assistant women attorneys in Washington. After raising her six in the Chastek Library at $1,000 $20,000 children, she joined her husband, Paul R. Derr in the Gonzaga Law School for practice of law. She later joined the firm of Tanksley, over fourteen years, passed Richard, Padden & Derr and in time was joined by her away on September 11, $1,500 $30,000 daughter Sara to become the first mother daughter 2009, after a brief illness. partnership in the state of Washington. Antoinette The faculty and staff of Gonzaga Law School and had a successful practice of contract, real estate, the Chastek Library held a special ceremony on $2,500 $50,000 estate, and probate law. She practiced actively for September 29, to honor Lesley’s life, with the planting *based on a 5% endowment payout more than fifty years, stopping at the age of 82 when of a swamp white oak tree outside Lesley’s window of her health interfered with her ability to work. the library, and the installation of a memorial plaque With a little bit of planning today, you can make a tremendous difference for tomorrow’s students. To learn how you commemorating Lesley’s life. can shape Gonzaga’s Law School future with annual gifts in perpetuity, contact our Ofﬁce of Planned Giving at Bill Grismer (800) 388-0881 or email@example.com. in MEMORY of Bill was born on April 16, 1929, in Wallace, Idaho. Bill attended Gonzaga University, receiving This material is presented as educational only and is not offered as legal or tax advice. Always consult with your advisors to ensure your charitable gifts are structured in his degree in accounting and Antoinette Derr, Bill Grismer and Lesley Lee agreement with your overall estate plans. his LLB in law in 1953. Hecla 1918 – 2009 1929 – 2009 1952 – 2009 Mining Company offered Bill the PLAN opportunity to move back to his hometown of Wallace TO Office of Planned Giving GIVE 502 E. Boone Avenue where he was the secretary and eventually became Spokane, WA 99258-0098 the Vice-President of Finance for the company. (509) 313-6141 • (800) 388-0881 Create your gift plan at firstname.lastname@example.org www.gonzaga.edu/plannedgiving www.gonzaga.edu/plannedgiving 46 NON-PROFIT ORG. U.S. POSTAGE PAID SPOKANE, WA PERMIT NO. 28 PO Box 3528, Spokane, Washington 99220-3528 ADDRESS SERVICE REQUESTED The Chapel of St. Ignatius of Loyola is located on the third floor of the School of Law building. The beautiful and peaceful sanctuary is made possible through the generosity of benefactors Paul (‘59, J.D.) and Lita (’77, J.D.) Luvera.
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