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COLUMBIA LAW SCHOOL ASSOCIATION The Columbia Law School Association has awarded the Medal for Excellence to Stanley Temko, a senior counsel in Covington & Burling’s D.C. office. The medal is awarded to alumni and faculty members with outstanding professional accomplishments that reflect the law school’s missions. Temko practices in the areas of food and drug law, trade association counseling, regulatory law, and antitrust. Law school professor E. Allan Farnsworth was co-recipient of the award. CPR INSTITUTE FOR DISPUTE RESOLUTION The CPR Institute for Dispute Resolution presented a book award to Jeffrey Senger, senior counsel in the Office of Dispute Resolution at the U.S. Department of Justice. He is the author of Federal Dispute Resolution: Using ADR with the United States Government, published in 2003. The annual CPR Awards Program for Excellence in ADR recognizes achievement in alternative dispute resolution. The institute is a nonprofit organization of corporations, law firms, and academics working to promote ADR. Senger shared the award with Howard Raiffa, author of Negotiation Analysis: The Science and Art of Collaborative Decision Making. HUMAN RIGHTS FIRST Human Rights First, formerly known as the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, has bestowed the first annual Marvin Frankel Pro Bono Award to the D.C. office of Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson. Led by special counsel for public service Karen Grisez, the firm has represented individuals in asylum cases, including women and their gender-based claims, and donated office space for the organization’s meetings and training sessions. Other individuals and organizations receiving the award are New York’s Debevoise & Plimpton; lawyer Sidney Rosdeitcher of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison; and Alexandra Doumas from Lowenstein Sandler. SQUIRE, SANDERS & DEMPSEY Squire, Sanders & Dempsey has elected partner Coralyn Goode to the firm’s five-member management committee. Goode, previously co-chair of the energy practice group, will serve a four-year term on the committee. The committee sets the firm’s policies and strategic goals. Goode splits her time between the Houston and Washington, D.C., offices. — Christine Hines Please send notices of D.C.-area honors or appointments to Christine Hines at [email protected].

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