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HELLER HIRE San Francisco’s Heller Ehrman White & McAuliffe has added veteran public interest lawyer E. Joshua Rosenkranz as a New York litigation shareholder. Rosenkranz, 41, is founding president of the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law. He will specialize in appellate work. — Anthony Lin THELEN BOSS Thelen Reid & Priest partners didn’t stray too far from their current leadership in electing a new chairman. Thomas Igoe Jr., elected by partners on March 21 to helm Thelen, has served as vice chairman of the firm for the last five years. He takes the reins April 1. Igoe, 55, is a New York-based corporate, securities, and finance lawyer. He chaired New York’s Reid & Priest from 1994 until its merger with San Francisco’s Thelen, Marrin, Johnson & Bridges. He then took second in command of the combined firm under Richard Gary, who had been chairman of Thelen since 1992. Gary surprised some of his partners when he announced he would not seek re-election when his current term ends March 31. — Renee Deger CORPORATE CHIEF Greenebaum Doll & McDonald of Louisville has selected Raymond Stewart to serve as manager of its corporate and securities practice group. Stewart, 50, is head of the firm’s D.C. outpost. Greenebaum Doll has 200 legal professionals in seven offices. — Richard Barbieri SKADDEN’S FELLOWS Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom has selected 26 Skadden Fellows for the class of 2003, four of whom will be working with D.C.-based groups offering legal services for the poor. Catholic University’s Columbus School of Law student Kimberly Glassman will work with the National Women’s Law Center. University of Virginia School of Law student Jennifer Maranzano will join Bread for the City. University of Michigan Law School student Christine Vaughan will work with the Washington Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights. Georgetown University Law Center student Patrick Wojahn will provide legal services at the Whitman-Walker Clinic. — Tiffany Hamilton

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