The accomplishments, milestones, awards and news of UConn School of Law alumni:
Thomas Groark Jr. '65, a former prominent social justice advocate and longtime Hartford attorney, died on November 16, 2018. Read his obituary.
Richard M. Sheridan '68, a former assistant attorney general for the state of Connecticut, died on November 6, 2018. Read his obituary.
Marianne Drost '75 was elected to the board of directors of the World Affairs Forum at its annual meeting on June 6, 2018. The World Affairs Forum is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating people about global affairs. Drost is the former senior vice president, deputy general counsel and corporate secretary of Verizon Communications. She is also a member of the Connecticut College President’s Leadership Council and the Board of Directors of Inspirica
Jeff Almquist '73, a longtime California family-court judge, died on October 6, 2018. Read his obituary.
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions named John Durham '75 an advisor to a new federal task force targeting the MS-13 street gang and other organized crime groups. Durham will lead a sub-committee on MS-13. Before his appointment as a U.S. attorney, Durham served as an assistant U.S. attorney in the eastern district of New York.
William R. Liedlich '75, veteran of the U.S. Army and longtime Connecticut lawyer, died on September 27, 2018. Read his obituary.
Donald W. Bania '74, a former communicant and avid UConn sports fan, died on September 12, 2018. Read his obituary.
Ronald M. Gregory '67, a former state elections enforcement officer and small business owner, died on August 28, 2018. Read his obituatry.
Judge Michael A. Albis '78 has been appointed chief administrative judge of family matters for the state of Connecticut. Albis has served as a Superior Court judge since 2013. Previously, he was a partner at Hilcoff & Albis, LLC in East Haven. Albis' appointment took effect as of September 4, 2018.
Robert Fasulo '65, a longtime Connecticut and Florida lawyer and accountant, died on August 3, 2018. Read his obituary.