We’re just sayin’ — we can think of more impressive displays of commitment to the cause.) You can also donate to the Hebrew Day School of Ann Arbor in honor of Richard’s Jewish Day School education. The Verdict: We could have decided this matter on summary judgment. Law firms blow a lot of rhetorical hot air affirming their commitment to achieving gender diversity in the workplace.Update: We received an e-mail from a tipster, who passed along a juicy link to Richard and Eve’s wedding homepage, with the following commentary: in order to sate your brensike-primus hunger, i give you their wedding homepage. And apparently they did register for quite a bit of wedding booty! Yet, despite some isolated efforts to hire and retain more female attorneys and promote more women into partnership, little tangible progress has been made to improve the position of women in the profession…
Privilege waivers usually involve voluminous discovery, where a needle in a haystack is accidentally shared with a party who should not have access to it.As if Michigan faculty meetings weren’t already steamy enough, what with Caminker’s mega-hunkitude — now Mc Deany is playing Cupid?Kudos to the Michigan faculty and students for getting work done amidst the torrid hormonal stew their school has become.UVA may be the nation’s coolest law school, but we nominate Michigan for the hottest! (Never mind, we don’t want to know.) Although Eve and Richard have apparently eschewed kitchen-related wedding booty, Google reveals that you can make a donation in the couple’s honor to Mass Equality, an organization working for marriage rights for gay and lesbian couples.The Case Against: – In a troubling breach of their egalitarian values, the groom makes more money than his bride. Why don’t you just bind her feet and chain her to a stove, Richard? (Isn’t that a bit like joining Augusta National and asking your friends to make a commemorative donation to NOW?Then again, she did end up snagging a presidential descendant, so who are we to judge? Alyssa Qualls and John Mc Cormick (Buy them some place mats.) The Case: – Until last fall, the bride was an AUSA in Brooklyn; she’s now a litigation partner at Kirkland & Ellis.
But don’t assume she’s one of those humorless former-prosecutor partners who make you want to duck into a toilet stall and quietly drown yourself; after all, she got her JD from the coolest law school in America (she did her undergrad at Brown). – John, a Fulbright scholar, graduated from Queens College and earned a doctorate from the University of Chicago; He’s now a professor of political science at the University of Chicago.
Between the professorship, his picture, and his selected publications (, etc., etc.) we think you can go ahead and assume he’s humorless.
(Although he’s decent-looking, in a hairy, Miguel Sandoval kind of way.) The Case Against: – The groom’s mother is “a coat-check attendant at Alberto, a restaurant in Forest Hills, Queens.” Our initial thought upon reading this was “What a charming vignette about social mobility in America!
Nathan Taft is on his honeymoon somewhere, Mai Tai in hand, doubled-over with laughter at your piddling ancestor.
(Soogy can join her new husband in the mockery, as she’s the granddaughter of a former vice premier of South Vietnam.) The Case Against: – Soogy “always hated dating,” and really, when you’re senior counsel in the bankruptcy and corporate restructuring group at Simpson Thacher & Bartlett, who has the time?
au Jet nightclub, après un concert donné à Las Vegas.