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    May 2010 Alumni Briefs

    Thomas W. Anderson '79 is serving as interim deputy director of institutional advancement at the Cleveland Museum of Art. He is also an attorney at Marts & Lundy and also teaches ethics in a doctoral program at Case Western Reserve's Weatherhead School of Management. 


    Michael J. Kramer '83, a member of Indiana¿s Noble Superior Court, Division 2, is marking his 20th year as a judge. Last year, he became a fellow of and resource judge for the Advanced Science and Technology Adjudication Resource Center. He was named 2010 Advocate of the Year by the Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America and the 2009 Indiana Recovery Advocate of the Year. Michael and his wife, Barbara, live in Ligonier, Indiana. Their son, Michael Jr., who graduated from the University of Chicago and is deciding which law school to attend this fall, is working as a paralegal for a Chicago law firm. Their daughter Jennifer will graduate from the School the Art Institute of Chicago, while their daughter Laura is a student at Manchester College. In addition, Michael completed his first marathon in October.


    Kelly C. Wolford '95 has been nominated to serve as an interim judge of the Monroe County, New York, Court. If her nomination is confirmed by the Senate, she will serve until December 31, 2010. Kelly is the chief of the Appeals Bureau at the Monroe County District Attorney¿s Office, a position she assumed in January 2009. Previously, she served in various capacities at the Monroe County District Attorney's Office and as an assistant prosecutor in the Civil and Appeals Bureaus of the Stark County, Ohio, Prosecutor's Office. 


    Jandá M. Carter '01 has been promoted to corporate counsel at Caterpillar Inc., in Peoria, Illinois, in the Intellectual Property Department of the Legal Services Division. This is Jandá's second promotion in three years with the corporation. She previously worked at Frost Brown Todd in Cincinnati.


    Tami Kirby '04 was promoted to senior associate at Porter Wright Morris & Arthur. Practicing in Porter Wright¿s Dayton office, Tami specializes in creditor¿s rights, real estate and commercial and business transactions. She has been named one of Ohio's Rising Stars by the publishers of Law & Politics and Super Lawyers.


    Aaron Freeman '04 was appointed to the Indianapolis-Marion County, Indiana, City-Council. President of Franklin Township GOP Club, Aaron spent five years as a Marion County deputy prosecutor before joining the Indianapolis firm of Ladd, Thomas, Sallee, Adams and Freeman.


    Nathan Michael Little '09 joined the Middletown, Ohio, firm Combs, Schaefer & Atkins, where he focuses primarily in juvenile law, bankruptcy and real estate.


    Nick Mann '09, deputy commissioner of enforcement of the Indiana Department of Insurance, was featured in a report on health insurance scams on WXIN Fox 59 in Indianapolis.