Class of 2021

You can now view your classmates' news and accomplishments online! Click your graduation year below to see class notes, with the most recent entries appearing first. If you have anything that you would like to include as a Class Note, you may submit a class note online or contact Becky Shepherd.

Carey Stephenson was promoted to Client Relationship Executive at ADP on May 2, 2022. She will lead the FL team of HR Business Partners that offer HR consulting and support to clients throughout the state. Posted 5.12.22

Shannon Belmont has relocated to Washington, DC and accepted a new job as Manager of Health Policy and Research with the Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO). Posted 4.13.22

Kirsten Nowak is now an associate in the financial institutions group of Bressler, Amery & Ross, P.C., a full-service law firm that represents Fortune 500 corporations, midsize and small privately held companies, investment advisers, brokerage firms, banks, franchises, insurers, and non-profits. Posted 2.15.22

 

Jonathan "Jon" McGowan authored an article for the Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy Per Curiam titled "Medical Marijuana Permits and Concealed Weapons Permits: When One Right Impacts Another." Posted 2.15.22

Dylan Pryor has accepted an offer to work at Deloitte's Multistate Tax Practice in Miami after completing his LL.M. at the University of Florida in the spring. Posted 11.10.21

Jordane Wong is an associate in the Tallahassee office of Dean Mead, practicing in the areas of litigation and administrative law, particularly within the department of agriculture. Posted 10.29.21

 

Jon McGowan has been appointed to the Members Consultative Committee of the ELI-Mount Scopus European Standards of Judicial Independence project in his role as a fellow of the European Law Institute in Vienna, Austria. The project aims to review, update, and adjust the Mount Scopus International Standards of Judicial Independence (2008) to the reality of European jurisdictions as well as to current challenges to judicial independence. Posted 10.1.21

Joseph McGehee's article "Case Law Regarding COVID-19 and Compensatory Education for ESE Students Still Quiet" has been published in The Florida Bar's Education Law Journal. Posted 7.13.21

Remi Abiodun has received a 2021 Equal Justice Works Fellowship. She will be working at the Louisiana Center for Children's Rights, where she will advance advocacy for children in adult prisons serving life without parole sentences in Louisiana to improve prison conditions, ensure education and rehabilitation, and develop mitigation. Posted 5.17.21

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