Reconnect with your classmates and friends.
Mark your calendars for Saturday, October 20, 2018, 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at The Westin Buffalo (250 Delaware Ave., Buffalo, NY 14202). Cost is $90 per person and includes 2-hour open bar, hors d'oeuvres and stations. Discounted hotel rooms are available.
Highlights from 1978:
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Garry M. Graber ’78 was honored by the Erie County Bar Foundation in Buffalo for his service on the foundation’s board. He is a partner with Hodgson Russ in Buffalo. Graber is a member of the law school’s Dean’s Advisory Council, a past president of the Law Alumni Assoc., and a long-time adjunct professor in the law school. He lives in Orchard Park, N.Y.
In 2013, Donnalynn Darling ’78 was named an Access to Justice Champion by the Nassau County Bar Association in Mineola, N.Y. Darling is chair of the personal injury and education law practice groups with Meyer Suozzi English & Klein in the Garden City, N.Y., office. She lives in Glen Head, N.Y.
Mark G. Pearce '78 received the Distinguished Alumnus Award for public service from the UB Law Alumni Association at its 51st Annual Dinner on June 5, 2013. Pearce is a past recipient of the Distinguished Alumnus Award from School of Law’s Students of Color.
Hon. Janice A. Taylor '78 received the Distinguished Alumnus Award from the School of Law’s Students of Color at their annual dinner on April 11, 2013. Taylor is a Queens County Supreme Court justice, 11th Judicial District, in Jamaica, N.Y., where she resides.
In 2013, David R. Voisinet '78 retired as the law library director of the Appellate Division Law Library in Rochester, N.Y. Voisinet led New York State's only public appellate court library for 23 years. He is a Rochester resident.
William W. Berry ’78 received the Special Service Award in 2016 from the Bar Association of Erie County, in Buffalo. Berry is a Supervising Attorney at Center for Elder Law & Justice, serving as a Staff Attorney since 1979 in Buffalo, where he resides.
Donnalynn Darling ’78 received the first Judith Bloch Award in 2016 from Variety Child Learning Center in Syosset, N.Y., for her legal work in requiring school districts to provide learning disabled children with educational support and for founding the education law practice of Meyer Suozzi English & Klein in Garden City, N.Y. Darling is chair of the firm’s personal injury and education law practice groups. She lives in Glen Head, N.Y.
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