The accomplishments, milestones, awards and news of UConn School of Law alumni:
Hartford Police Chief David Rosado '07 announced he is resigning at the end of the month to take a position at Pratt & Whitney. Rosado, who has been chief for 14 months, will join Pratt & Whitney's security department next month.
Harry Garfinkel '77, a former NFL prospect and president of Space and Sea Systems at Hamilton Standard, died on March 16, 2019. Read his obituary.
Jeffrey J. White '03 was invited to participate in a roundtable discussion on manufacturing at the White House on March 14, 2019. White, who is a partner at Robinson & Cole, was one of 14 attorneys invited to the conversation.
Kurt Michael Foley '90, self-employed contractor and former member of the Hollywood Stuntmen’s Union, died. Read his obituary.
Burns & Levinson LLP announced the promotion of Tal M. Unrad '08 to partner, effective April 1, 2019. Unrad, who has worked in the firm's Boston office since 2008, specializes in corporate transactions.
Linda E. Christenson '83, an environmental attorney and the longtime director of Pride of Baltimore, Inc., died on February 25 2019. Read her obituary.
The Connecticut Bar Association awarded Hon. Anne C. Dranginis '72 its 2018 John Eldred Shields Distinguished Professional Service Award. The award is given to a Connecticut attorney whose work has benefitted their community or the profession at large. Since her retirement from the the bench in 2006, Judge Dranginis has worked at Pullman & Comley, where she specializes in divorce law.
The Connecticut Bar Association awarded Mark A. Dubois '77 its 2018 Edward F. Hennessey Professionalism Award. The awarded is given to a Connecticut attorney whose career has demonstrated a strong commitment to the standards of the profession. Dubois has worked at Geraghy & Bonnano Attorneys At Law, LLC, since 2011, where he specializes in legal ethics.
Justine Rakich-Kelly '91 has been awarded the Connecticut Bar Association's 2018 Charles J. Parker Legal Services Award. The award is given to a Connecticut attorney who demonstrates a strong commitment to serving Connecticut's most disadvantaged populations. Rakich-Kelly is currently the executive director of the Children's Law Center of Connecticut.
Kenneth J. Bartschi '96 and Carolyn Kaas '83, were named 2019 Distinguished Leaders by the Connecticut Law Tribune. Bartschi is a partner at Horton, Dowd, Bartschi & Levesque, PC, and Kaas is a faculty member at Quinnipiac University School of Law.