Class Notes

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Carla Moore, 1977

Carla Moore ‘77 was named this year’s recipient of the Akron Community Foundation’s Bert A. Polsky Humanitarian Award. She is the 50th recipient of the honor. The award is named for the founding trustee of the Akron Community Foundation and recognizes an individual or couple who “best exemplifies Bert Polsky’s selfless dedication to humanitarian causes in Akron.”

Katie Kalbacher, 2015

Katie M. Kalbacher ’15 has joined the business and corporate practice group at Meyers, Roman, Friedberg & Lewis as an associate. Her practice focuses on corporate transactions, including the acquisition, development, and disposition of commercial real estate.

Andrew Massara, 2011

Andrew M. Massara '11 and two colleagues were featured as AmLaw Litigation Daily's “National Litigators of the Week” for the week of May 25, 2017. After a three-week jury trial in San Diego Superior Court, Massara and his office of Long & Levit, LLP, in San Francisco obtained a complete defense verdict in favor of their clients: a retired California state appellate justice and a national ADR service provider.

Jason Wyatt, 2005

Jason Lars Wyatt ’05 has launched Bennett & Wyatt, LLC, with colleague Dana Bennett, a fellow trust and estate attorney. Wyatt earned his LL.M. in taxation from New York Law School in 2010, where he began to specialize his practice in trusts and estates. Bennett & Wyatt, LLC, provides clients with services in trust and estate planning, administration, litigation, and related practice areas from its two locations in Red Bank and Lakewood, New Jersey.

Robert Young, 1968

Robert B. Young ‘68 has joined Reger Rizzo & Darnall as of counsel in the firm’s newly opened Dover, Delaware office. As part of his practice Young offers mediation, arbitration, court-appointed master, and other alternative dispute resolution services. Young joined the practice after retiring from the Superior Court of Delaware earlier this year. During his time on the court, he served as the presiding officer of the Kent County Mental Health Court—one of only 20 people to do so from Kent County since the inception of the Delaware Superior Court in 1831.

Gerald Babbitt, 1979

Gerald "Jay" Babbitt ‘79 has been admitted to the Bar of the Supreme Court of the United States. He was admitted as part of a group of lawyers sponsored by the Senior Lawyer section of the American Bar Association. Babbitt is the managing partner at Babbitt & Dahlberg, LLC, where his practice focuses on family law, matrimonial law, and divorce arbitration.

Jeffrey Boyd, 1982

Jeffrey D. Boyd ’82 was named to the 2017 list of Washington Super Lawyers. He is an attorney with the law firm of Nelson Boyd, PLLC, in Seattle, Washington, and a national trial consultant and owner of Boyd Trial Consulting.

Luke Fedlam, 2013

Luke A. Fedlam '13 has joined Porter Wright as an attorney in the firm's newly established sports law practice. There he will provide the foundation, resources, and experience necessary to deliver the high quality and objective advice that professional athletes need when it comes to matters of marketing contract analysis, immigration issues, investment opportunity due diligence, asset protection, brand and mark protection, and trust and estates matters.

Brittany Pace, 2014

Brittany Pace ‘14, an attorney with Carlile Patchen & Murphy LLP, located in Columbus, recently passed the Florida Bar Exam and is now licensed to practice both there and in Ohio. Pace is a member of her firm’s family wealth and estate planning practice group where her practice focuses on estate planning, probate, trust and estate administration, and elder law.

Peter Louis, 2017

Peter Louis '17 was recently featured in an article that appeared on WOSU about earning both his J.D. and M.D. through the dual degree program offered by The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law and College of Medicine. He told the news outlet that he hopes to use both of his degrees to not only help people by treating them medically, but to also be able to influence health care regulation and law from the policy side.