Kaveri Arora married Michael Turner in April. Kaveri is an associate at the New York office of Venable where she works in the firm's Commercial Litigation group. The couple were married in a ceremony at Fairmount Park Horticulture Center in Philadelphia.
Kim Turner was selected by The Recorder as one of "50 California Lawyers on the Fast Track," attorneys whose early accomplishments indicate they will be tomorrow's top lawyers and leaders. Kim works with the Legal Aid Society - Employment Law Center in San Francisco, where she advocates for equality in athletic opportunities for female youth - particularly in low-income communities.
Valerie Charles wrote an article on how members of the gaming industry can reduce risks associated with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act that was published in the New York Law Journal. Valerie is an associate at Edwards Wildman Palmer in New York, where she works in the white-collar and government enforcement practice group.
David Kochman's pro bono work with death row inmate William Kuenzel was profiled in the New York Law Journal, a case he began working on while still at Cardozo. David is a commercial litigation associate at Reed Smith in the firm's New York office.
Michael Wildes, a managing partner at Wildes & Weinberg, P.C., announced that his firm would be opening two new offices in Miami, Florida. Wildes & Weinberg focuses on U.S. immigration and nationality law. Michael is also an adjunct professor at Cardozo.
Lisa Rosenthal is running for a seat on the Board of Education for Rhinebeck, NY, where she has lived since 2004. Lisa works in private practice.