Isele Receives Award From Bar Health Section
Shown, from left: Isele and John Washlick, section chairman.
William Isele, of Archer & Greiner in Princeton, received the Distinguished Service Award for 2013 from the Health Law Section of the New Jersey State Bar Association on Sept. 18 at the New Jersey Law Center in New Brunswick.
McCarter Partner Garners Military Support Award
Shown, from left: Robert Ebberup, chairman, NJSBA Military Law Section; Pasquale; and retired U.S. Air Force Col. Sanford Rader, an attorney with James P. Nolan & Associates in Woodbridge.
Michael Pasquale, a partner with McCarter & English in Newark, received the New Jersey State Bar Association’s Military Support Award at the 12th annual Military Law Symposium on Oct. 5 at the New Jersey Law Center in New Brunswick. Pasquale has represented more than 100 wounded soldiers pro bono in the past six years. The event’s speakers included New Jersey’s Adjutant General, Brigadier General Michael Cunniff, and Judge William Greenberg of the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims in Washington, D.C.
Constangy, Brooks & Smith Offers Scholarship
Constangy, Brooks & Smith, based in Atlanta with an office in Lawrenceville, has announced its annual Diversity Scholars Awards for law students. The firm will award $2,000 to a second-year student who has demonstrated academic achievement; a commitment to diversity in their community, school or work environment; and accomplishments in overcoming challenges to reach goals. Applications are due Dec. 11. Applicants must be enrolled in an accredited school in New Jersey or one of 14 other states. More information is available at www.constangy.com/firm-diversity or from Meg Zabijaka at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Budd Larner Supports Breast Cancer Research
Shown, from left, kneeling: Patti Larsen, Melissa Schmieder, Debra-Jo Rozek, Brandi Bassillo and Justin Van Dyke; standing: Jason Lustbader, Dan Feuerstein, Val Simmons, Lisa Rechsteiner, Janeen Miller, Susan van Beek, Lauren Allu, Jennifer Levanchy, Ramya Kasthuri, Angela Santos, Ashleigh White, Sandra Pasquariello, Mitchell Rait, Susan Grumka (rear), Virginia Vanluvanee (front), Linda Kobryn and Linda Burns.
On Oct. 11, attorneys and staff at Budd Larner in Short Hills wore blue jeans and/or pink shirts to support the American Cancer Society in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer program.