The accomplishments, milestones, awards and news of UConn School of Law alumni:
Kevin G. Ferrigno '89 was the recipient of the inaugural Arbor Award from the Connecticut Daughters of the American Revolution (CTDAR). The award recognizes Ferrigno’s many years of support to the CTDAR and its historic properties, the Oliver Ellsworth Homestead in Windsor, and the Jonathan Trumbull House in Lebanon. Ferrigno is a stockholder at Reid and Riege, P.C., Hartford.
Susan E. Kinsman '94 represented the State of Connecticut’s Office of the Attorney General at the Career Planning Center’s Spring Career Reception at the Law School. Kinsman is the director of communications for the Connecticut Office of the Attorney General, Hartford.
Richard N. Palmer '77 and Alexandra D. DiPentima ’79 were panelists at “Judicial Clerkships – Perspectives from the Bench and Bar” at the Law School. Palmer is an associate justice on the Connecticut Supreme Court. DiPentima is the chief judge on the Connecticut Appellate Court.
Kenneth A. Burdick '85 has been named president and chief operating officer of WellCare Health Plans, Inc., Tampa, FL. Previously Burdick was president and chief executive officer of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota.
Mary E. Kelly '89 represented her firm at the Career Planning Center’s Spring Career Reception at the Law School. Kelly is a partner at Livingston, Adler, Pulda, Meiklejohn & Kelly PC, Hartford.
Eric J. Stockman '94 represented his firm at the Career Planning Center’s Spring Career Reception at the Law School. Stockman is a member at Neubert, Pepe & Monteith, P.C., New Haven.
Robert L. Holzberg '78 has been inducted into the Connecticut Chapter of the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals. Holzberg, a retired Connecticut Superior Court judge, is a partner at Pullman & Comley, LLC, Hartford.
Irene P. Jacobs '85 has been confirmed as a judge of the Connecticut Superior Court. She will serve on the G.A. 2, Bridgeport. Previously, Jacobs was a partner at Jacobs & Jacobs, LLC, New Haven.
Curtis P. Johnson '89 presented “Green Sanctuaries and Blue Waters” at a meeting of the Litchfield Garden Club. Johnson is the executive director of Save the Sound at the Connecticut Fund for the Environment, New Haven.
Charles Krich '78 represented the State of Connecticut’s Commission on Human Rights & Opportunities (CHRO) at the Career Planning Center’s Spring Career Reception at the Law School. Krich is a principal attorney at CHRO, Hartford.