Pace Law School Congratulates Alumni Sworn in Before Supreme Court of the United States

White Plains, NY – April 19, 2002 – Pace Law School is pleased to announce that 15 alumni were sworn in before the Supreme Court of the United States at a ceremony on March 26 in Washington, D.C. The alumni are:

Jeanna Alberga of Port Chester, NY, Class of 1997

Peter Bassano of White Plains, NY, Class of 1987

Michael Derevlany of Yorktown Heights, NY, Class of 1996

Lisa Fantino of Mt. Kisco, NY, Class of 1997

Jeremy Krantz of Cortlandt Manor, NY, Class of 1987

Carol Notias Lambos of Irvington, NY, Class of 1994

Dana Leavitt of Alexandria, VA, Class of 1997

Christine McCulloch of Potomac Falls, VA, Class of 1987

Michael Morea of Edgewater, NJ, Class of 1997

Kevin Reeves of Patterson, NY, Class of 1992

Fran Solmor of Irvine, CA, Class of 1987

Marc Sophos of New York, NY, Class of 1992

Sarah F. Summons of Stamford, CT, Class of 1982

Kimberly S. Thomsen of Bedford, NY, Class of 1997

Louis J. Viglotti of Poughkeepsie, NY, Class of 1982

The group was greeted by Justice Clarence Thomas and sworn in by Justice William Rehnquist of the Supreme Court. The alumni also had the opportunity to sit in on an oral argument regarding freedom of judicial speech (Republican Party of Minnesota v. Kelly).

Founded in 1976, Pace Law School is located in White Plains, N.Y., 20 miles north of New York City. The School offers the J.D. program for full-time, and part-time day, and evening students. Its post-graduate program includes the LL.M. and S.J.D. degrees in Environmental Law and the LL.M. in Comparative Legal Studies. Pace has one of the nation’s top-rated environmental law programs and its Clinical Education Program also is nationally ranked, offering clinics in domestic violence prosecution, securities arbitration, criminal justice, and disability rights.

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