Burlington County Bar Installs Officers

The Burlington County Bar Association installed its officers on June 7 at Laurel Creek Country Club in Mount Laurel. They are President Katherine Hartman, who heads a firm in Moorestown; President-elect Roger Lai, Archer & Greiner, Haddonfield; Vice President Kevin Walker, Office of the Burlington County Public Defender; Treasurer Elizabeth Garcia, Parker McCay, Mount Laurel; and Secretary Douglas Heinold, Raymond Coleman Heinold & Norman, Moorestown. Trustees installed were Cedric Edwards, first assistant deputy public defender, Mount Holly; Nikitas Moustakas, Parker McCay; Richard Nocella, Marlton; Daniel Posternock, McDowell Riga Posternock, Moorestown; Jennifer Stonerod, assistant Burlington County prosecutor; and Young Lawyer Trustee Breanne DeRaps, Parker McCay. Shown, from left: Heinold, Hartman, Garcia, Walker and Lai.

Brach Volunteers With Habitat for Humanity

A team from Brach Eichler in Roseland on June 22 volunteered for a day of construction in Madison with Morris Habitat for Humanity. Shown, from left: John Fanburg, Kevin Lastorino, Kathleen Lamb, Richard Connolly-Randazzo, Wendy Brower, Rebecca Cross, Diana Harris, Jeremy Cross, Ann Wall, Mark Buechel, Michelle Gipp, Catherine LoConte, Alan Levine, Nancy Capra, Anna LoConte and Russell Levine. (Not shown: Sid Donica, Jay Freireich, Gale Freireich and Barbara McReynolds.)

Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer Hosts Blood Drive

Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer in Woodbridge sponsored its 57th blood drive on July 16, drawing 29 donors. The firm partnered with New Jersey Blood Services, a division of the New York Blood Center. Shown, Maria Corrado, of Wilentz, Goldman.

Rutgers-Camden Students Win Writing Award

Three law students from Rutgers Law School-Camden received the 14th annual Blaine Capehart Legal Writing Award, presented by the firm of Capehart Scatchard in Mount Laurel on May 23. Mark Gulbranson, Mark Natale and Logan Elliott Pettigrew each received $1,000 in recognition of their legal writing and research abilities. The award is named for the late Blaine Capehart. Shown, from left: Ruth Anne Robbins, director of lawyering, Rutgers Law School-Camden; award recipients Natale, Gulbranson and Pettigrew; Thomas Begley III, Capehart Scatchard, Mount Laurel; and Rutgers Law-Camden Dean Rayman Solomon.

County Prosecutors Offer Scholarships

The County Prosecutors Association of New Jersey is offering four one-year, $3,500 scholarships to New Jersey residents with financial need: the Oscar Rittenhouse, Andrew Ruotolo Jr., Harris Cotton and the John Stamler Memorial awards. Rittenhouse applicants must have been accepted to law school and want to become a prosecutor. Ruotolo applicants must have been accepted to law school or graduate school and exhibit a commitment to children's rights. Cotton applicants must have been accepted to law school and have an interest in Domestic Violence or Hate Crime prosecutions. Stamler applicants must be a law enforcement officer seeking educational advancement on a college or graduate level. Applications must be postmarked by Sept. 30 and can be downloaded at www.cpanj.info. Applicants will be notified of the committee's decision in November.