When James Crawford Orr ’64, the 2013 Distinguished Graduate honored at the Seton Hall Law Alumni Dinner Dance, remarked that he “bleeds Pirate blue,” he was speaking of a vibrant 55-year connection to Seton Hall University that endures for Jim and his family, including two sons currently attending SHU. (Pictured, from left: Kevin C. Orr '90, Jim's son; Jim Orr; and Dean Hobbs.)
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The Torcivia Family Foundation Inaugurates the John P. Deehan Scholarship in Honor of a Beloved University Professor
“Though criteria may differ from one scholarship to another, they often share the desire to preserve the legacy of someone dear to you. We want to give back to Seton Hall Law School, which has given so many opportunities to deserving students.”
That is how Paul Deehan ’85 introduced the newest Seton Hall Law scholarship, named for his beloved parents, at the reception held on April 3 for the benefit of donors of privately funded scholarships and the students who receive them. The Professor John and Rose Marie Deehan Scholarship, endowed this year, is now available each year to a third-year student who demonstrates an interest in business and tax law. (Pictured, from left: Paul Deehan ’85, Thomas McGrady ’13, the inaugural Deehan Scholarship recipient; Rose Marie Deehan; and Kim Deehan, Paul’s wife.) Read more >>
A BREAKFAST DISCUSSION, JUNE 20, TO DISCUSS DIVERSITY RECRUITING INITIATIVES
NEW JERSEY STATE BAR ASSOCIATION - RECEPTION IN ATLANTIC CITY
Thursday, May 16
5:30 to 7 p.m.
Seton Hall Law will host a reception at the Gypsy Bar in the Borgata Hotel at the NJSBA conference. There is no charge to attend but reservations are required. To make your reservation, log in to Seton Hall Law Connect. If you have not yet updated your Seton Hall Law Connect profile, use the log-in information included with the email accompanying this issue of Alumni News and Notes. For for more information, please contact Lori Thimmel, Director of Alumni Relations & Programming at email@example.com or call 973-642-8711.
U.S. HEALTHCARE COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATION PROGRAM
Monday, June 10
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Healthcare Compliance Certification Program (HCCP) is a four-day educational program for compliance professionals and lawyers in the pharmaceutical and medical device industries. The Program addresses the issues faced by the pharmaceutical and medical device industries in complying with such standards as the Office of the Inspector General's (OIG) Compliance Program Guidance for Pharmaceutical Manufacturers, the PhRMA Code, and the AdvaMed Code of Ethics. The program immerses attendees in the statutes, regulations, and other guidances that comprise the body of law known as “fraud and abuse law,” as well as other health care related laws and regulations which will help them understand the legal underpinnings of the compliance programs they develop and enforce.
The program will take place at Seton Hall Law. The cost of the program is $2,400, with a 50% discount for Seton Hall Law alumni. The program may be eligible for 20 to 25 NY, NJ or PA CLE credits. Click here to make your reservation or for more information, please contact Sara Simon, Director, Healthcare Compliance Certification Program and Faculty Fellow, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 973-642-8190.
ALUMNI AND DANIEL J. MOORE ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT
Monday, June 17
Join us for the 2013 Annual Alumni Golf Tournament & Daniel J. Moore Golf Classic. Player packages available for foursomes and individual golfers as well as tee signs and other sponsorships. The event will include contests such as $100,000 Shoot-Out and $15,000 Hole in One. Great raffle prizes! Reception-only tickets are also available.
The Golf Outing will take place at Suburban Golf Club in Union. Click here to make your reservation or for more information, please contact Lori Thimmel, Director of Alumni Relations and Programming, at email@example.com or call 973-642-8711.
MANAGING COUNTERFEITING ISSUES IN THE PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY
Tuesday, June 18
Pharmaceutical counterfeiting poses a deadly threat to consumers and harms both the reputation and financial condition of pharmaceutical companies. This program will identify practical, anti-counterfeiting strategies and discuss how drug companies can develop and implement tailored “best practices” to deter and combat counterfeiters.
The event will take place at Seton Hall Law. 2 NY/NJ CLE credits are available. The cost of the event is $30. Click here to make your reservation or for more information, please contact Rosa Alves, Assistant Dean, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 973-642-8187.
EUROPEAN HEALTHCARE COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATION PROGRAM
Monday, June 24
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Running from June 24 to 28, this intensive educational and training program addresses the myriad of legal, regulatory and compliance issues faced by pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device manufacturers doing business in Europe. This program is geared toward legal, regulatory and compliance professionals and advisors working within the European pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device industries. The program will take place at Sciences Po in Paris. The cost for the program is 3,500 euros.
Click here for more information and to make your reservation. You may also contact Simone Handler-Hutchinson, Executive Director, Center for Health & Pharmaceutical Law & Policy, at email@example.com or call 973-642-8863.
29TH ANNUAL RED MASS
Friday, September 20
SAVE THE DATE! This traditional service celebrates the intersection of the Catholic faith and the law. The honoree is Kevin Ryan, who will receive the St. Thomas More Medal. He is President of Covenant House, the largest charity in the Americas helping exploited, homeless, runaway and trafficked youth.
The event will take place at the exquisite Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart in Newark. A reception will follow the service across the street at the Archdiocesan Center. Tickets are $90 per person; table purchase and sponsorship opportunities are available. For more information, please contact Lori Thimmel, Director Alumni Relations and Programming, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 973-642-8711.
Wendy Johnson Lario '92, Shareholder at Greenberg Traurig LLP and a member of the Seton Hall Law Board of Visitors, received the 2013 Equality Award from the Alice Paul Institute and was honored on April 25.
James B. Ventantonio '64 was appointed interim President of Raritan Valley Community College by the Board of Trustees. He is a member of the Seton Hall Law Board of Visitors.
We want to hear your good news! Visit Seton Hall Law Connect to share your latest career successes with the entire Seton Hall Law community. If you have not yet updated your profile in Seton Hall Law Connect, use the log-in information included in the email that linked to this issue of Alumni News and Notes. For more information about your Seton Hall Law Connect registration, please contact Lori Thimmel, Director of Alumni Relations and Programming, at email@example.com or call 973-642-8711.
We hope to see you soon!