The University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law is honored to announce the election of five new members to its Board of Visitors, a 36-member group of distinguished alumni and friends charged with advising the dean and Maryland officials on matters affecting the law school.
“These appointments add important legal, business and policy depth to an already accomplished Board,” said Dean Phoebe A. Haddon.
The new members are:
The Honorable Paul Grimm, Judge, US District Court for the District of Maryland; an authority on evidence, civil procedure, and the discovery and admissibility of electronically stored information; winner of the Adjunct Professor of the Year Award in 2002, 2006 and 2013 at Maryland Carey Law.
David M Lynn ’95, partner, Morrison Foerster, Washington, DC; a specialist in disclosure of executive compensation; former chief counsel, Security and Exchange Commission, Division of Corporate Finance; and former special counsel to the SEC.
Dean T. Pappas ’83, vice president and assistant general counsel, federal legislative and regulatory affairs, Allstate Insurance; works to promote various legislative and regulatory initiatives such as safer teen driving (optimal graduated driver’s licensing standards), financial empowerment of domestic violence victims, insurance regulatory reform, Medicare coordination of benefits reform; named one of Washington, DC’s Top Corporate Lobbyists of 2011 and 2012 by The Hill.
Charles M. Tatelbaum ’66, partner, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, Fort Lauderdale; practice specializing in international and domestic bankruptcy and insolvency proceedings, and international and domestic commercial litigation for financial institutions; attorney for Johnny Unitas and his estate; former chair, Board of Directors, WLRN, NPR and PBS affiliate.
Tamika Tremaglio ’95, principal, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services, Washington, DC; experienced in litigation consulting, forensic accounting investigations and corporate governance matters, including FCPA and other anti-corruption engagements; vice chair, National Bar Institute; winner, 2010 Top 40 under 40 and the Cora T. Walker Award, National Bar Association.
“I know I speak for other members of the Board, when I say we couldn’t be more honored to have colleagues with such superior professional credentials join our advisory body,” said Christine A. Edwards ’83, chair of the Board of Visitors.
The Board of Visitors advises the Dean of Maryland Carey Law on a wide range of issues, including proposals for new academic programs and the hiring of senior administrators. It also seeks to advise the Maryland General Assembly, the University’s President and Board of Regents and the University of Maryland Chancellor on matters affecting the law school. Members are elected by the full Board, may serve two consecutive four-year terms and meet three times each year.