Class Notes

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Brendan Feheley , 2005

Brendan P. Feheley ’05 was named an Ohio "Rising Star” in employment and labor by Law & Politics magazine. Feheley is an associate in the Columbus firm of Kegler, Brown, Hill & Ritter.

Rasheeda Khan, 2002

Rasheeda Khan ’02 was named an Ohio "Rising Star” in criminal defense by Law & Politics magazine. Khan is an associate in the Columbus firm of Kegler, Brown, Hill & Ritter.

Aaron Ford, 2001

Aaron Ford ’01 announced his candidacy for Nevada State Senate District 12 seat. Ford is an associate in the Las Vegas office of Snell & Wilmer LLP.

Ritu Singh, 2007

Ritu Singh ’07 joined Baker & Daniels LLP as an associate in the firm’s Intellectual Property Group. Singh will practice in the firm’s Fort Wayne, Ind., office. Before joining Baker & Daniels, Singh practiced at Pepper Hamilton LLP in Pittsburgh, Pa., where she focused on intellectual property matters for more than two years. At Baker & Daniels, Singh will concentrate her practice on patent prosecution and due diligence in a variety of arts, including mechanical, electrical, and biomedical.

Patricia Eschbach-Hall, 1999

Patricia Eschbach-Hall ’99 was named a partner at Jones Day. Eschbach-Hall, who works in the firm’s Cleveland office, focuses her practice in the areas of employee benefits and executive compensation.

W. Ray Persons, 1978

W. Ray Persons ’78 was elected to the 10-person policy committee of King & Spalding. King & Spalding’s policy committee is responsible for firm policies, strategic initiatives and the overall enhancement of the firm. Members are elected by the partnership to a three-year term. Persons is a partner in the firm’s Atlanta office and a member of the firm’s Tort and Environmental Litigation Practice.

Gary Froelich, 1968

Gary Froelich ’68 was recently appointed by Ohio Gov. Strickland to a five year-term as a member of the Ohio Real Estate Commission. The Ohio Real Estate Commission reviews hearing examiner reports and settlement agreements each month regarding alleged real estate license law violations and considers licensee appeals on licensure issues. Froelich remains a partner at the Dayton firm, Froelich Law Office Co. LPA.

Roland Baggott, 1998

Roland Baggott ’98 was named a "Rising Star" in the 2009 edition of Mid-South Super Lawyers Magazine. Baggott operates the Nashville firm of Baggott Law. Baggott has focused his practice on franchise and distribution law, and has successfully represented clients in complex commercial litigation involving issues of business law, trade secrets, trade regulation, intellectual property, and contract disputes.

Rachel Laing, 2009

Rachel C. Laing '09 joined the Delaware County Prosecuting Office as an assistant prosecuting attorney in the juvenile division. Laing, her husband, Nathan, and son, John, welcomed new baby, Sylvia Margaret, on Oct. 29.

Thomas Schneider, 1987

Thomas M. Schneider ’87 directs community and government relations and serves as in-house counsel for Orlando, Fla.-based Wycliffe Bible Translators. The Christian mission organization is dedicated to making the Bible accessible to all people in their heart language and providing language-based community development services to disenfranchised minority groups worldwide.