Maryland Carey Law’s Board of Visitors Elects New Members



The University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law has elected three new members to its Board of Visitors. The board is a collaborative forum and professional resource providing insight and support to the dean on a range of issues critical to the continued growth and success of the law school. The board functions as an advisory body with a strong professional and philanthropic commitment to the law school and as an important liaison to the legal and business communities.

The new members are:

“I expect our new members to contribute greatly to our Board of Visitors, with their fresh perspectives and varied expertise,” said Maryland Carey Law Dean Donald B. Tobin. “Now more than ever, I am looking to our alumni leaders for guidance and support as we navigate the current challenges facing our country, and I look forward to working with Natalie, David, and Brigid in the years ahead.”

Additionally, in its spring meeting, the board voted Charles M. Tatelbaum ’66 to emeritus status, acknowledging his many years of dedicated service on the board and his enthusiastic service as chair of the Maryland Carey Law School Club.

Robert J. Kim ’83, a tireless advocate for Maryland Carey Law, who has mentored students and championed the school’s efforts for decades, will complete his term as chair of the board this fall. Kim will be succeeded by Howard K. Kurman ’75, with Tamika Langley Tremaglio ’95 serving as vice chair. “We are confident that this new leadership team will continue to strengthen the board’s impact,” said Tobin, “and deeply grateful to the outgoing members for their service.” 


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