Class of 1998

The Class of 1998 attending their most recent reunion held in 2008.

Class of 1998

It’s your 20th Reunion!

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.

The party isn't complete without you!

Highlights from 1998:

  • Professor Nils Olsen became the 17th dean of the School of Law.
  • Professor David A. Westbrook joined the faculty.
  • The first floor student lounge was renovated.
  • President William J. Clinton denied allegations of having sexual relations with White House intern, Monica Lewinsky.
  • Google was founded.

Want to get involved?

Be a Class Ambassador! Please contact Ilene Fleischmann at 716-645-7347 or fleisch@buffalo.edu.

Standing: Charles F. Torres, Damone Berkeley, Jeff VanCollins ’98, Rene F. Solorzano, and Lourdes M. Ventura ’98 Seated: Hon. Betty Calvo-Torres ’98, Bahaati E. Pitt ’98, and Tasha E. Moore ’98

(Standing) Charles F. Torres, Damone Berkeley, Jeff VanCollins ’98, Rene F. Solorzano, and Lourdes M. Ventura ’98 (Seated) Hon. Betty Calvo-Torres ’98, Bahaati E. Pitt ’98, and Tasha E. Moore ’98

What your class has been up to...

Andrew M. Wilson ’98 has joined Lippes Mathias Wexler Friedman as a partner in the Buffalo office. Wilson handles cases involving immigration law, including non-immigrant and immigrant employment-based immigration matters. He lives in Williamsville, N.Y.

Bridget E. Niland ’98 was inducted into the Williamsville High School Wall of Fame in Williamsville, N.Y. She is now the Director of Youth Sports Initiatives for the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo Western New York. She resides in Amherst, NY.

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