The Practice of Law: Matthew Kelsey (’95)
Alumnus lawyer Matthew Kelsey (’95) has joined the ranks of Alston & Bird LLP, a nationally and internationally recognized law firm with a broad legal competence.
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Pro-Life Alumnae Speak out on Possible Roe Overturn
The Ventura County Star quotes two alumnae who are prominent pro-life advocates,  Katie (Wynne ’80) Short, an attorney and vice president of Legal Affairs at the Life Legal Defense Foundation, and Michelle (Grimm ’81) Loughman, executive director of the Life Centers of Ventura County.
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In Memoriam: Tim Cantu (’10)
Please pray for the repose of the soul of Tim Cantu (’10), who died of cancer this morning, shortly after receiving the last rites from a fellow alumnus, Rev. Augustine Hilander, O.P.(’99).
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Alumnus “Super Attorney” offers “Confessions of a Catholic Litigator”
“For more than 30 years, I have struggled over my role within the framework of litigation,” writes alumnus attorney David A. Shaneyfelt (’81) in Confessions of a Catholic Litigator, recently published in the University of St. Thomas Law Journal.
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Patrick Mason (’03) Elected Supreme Secretary of Knights of Columbus
The Board of Directors of the Knights of Columbus — the nation’s largest Catholic fraternal organization, with more than 2 million members — has elected alumnus Patrick Mason (’03) as its supreme secretary.
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Alumnus Attorney Adds “The Centurion” to Lenten Podcast Series
This year, he has produced yet another addition: “The Centurion,” a podcast about the Roman soldier at the foot of the Cross.
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Alumnus Attorney Helps Re-Open Massachusetts Churches
We needed help,” says Pastor Casey of Mr. Schmitt’s representation. “And God brought the reinforcement.”
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