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Fifteen Alumni Admitted to Supreme Court Bar

From left, Carolee Johnstone, Shaira Pleasant, Steve Gizzi, John DeRonde, Chris Yost, Molly Greene, William Westerman, Joyce Paul, Hong Tang, Justice Kennedy, Craig Lindberg, Professor Sims, Miranda LeKander, Anthony Van Ruiten, Lisa Peskin, Maria Daquipa, Dionne Choyce, and Dave Hornbeck.

Fifteen Alumni Admitted to Supreme Court Bar

July 11, 2012

Tags: 2012, Alumni

Fifteen Pacific McGeorge graduates were admitted to the U.S. Supreme Court Bar at a swearing-in ceremony sponsored by the Pacific McGeorge Alumni Association on June 4, 2012, in Washington, D.C.

Dionne Choyce, '01, Maria Daquipa, '96, Steve Gizzi, '02, Molly Greene, '96, Dave Hornbeck, '79, Carolee Johnstone, '01, Miranda LeKander, '00, Craig Lindberg, '90, Joyce Paul, '88, Lisa Peskin, '87, Shakira Pleasant, '04, Hong Tang, '05, Anthony Van Ruiten, '08, William Westerman, '80 Diplomaholder, and Christopher Yost, '90, are the newest members of the high court bar.

The new admittees met later with Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, Professor John Sims and previous inductee John DeRonde, '72, for a private reception. Kate Baragona, '90, a senior infrastructure finance specialist at The World Bank, hosted an evening cocktail party at her agency that was attended by the out-of-town visitors, Washington D.C. alumni chapter members, and Pacific McGeorge students serving as interns this summer in the nation's capital.