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Eight Seniors Accepted to Law Schools

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Posted: Friday May 3, 2013

May 3, 2013

Eight Saint Vincent College seniors who have been accepted to law schools were recognized at the third annual Saint Vincent Law Society Send-Off Luncheon at the college on May 1. Seated, left to right, are Thomas Cocchi of Pittsburgh, a finance major who will attend Duquesne University Law School; Nick Corletti of Pittsburgh, an accounting major, Duquesne University Law School; Alexandria Correa of Glen Rock, N.J., a sociology major, City University of New York Law School; Bridget Fitzpatrick of Pittsburgh, a political science major, Villanova University Law School; and Anthony Weisenburger of Pemberville, Ohio, an economics major, University of Pittsburgh Law School. College officials and alumni leaders of the Law Society, standing from left, are Dr. Bruce Antkowiak, professor of law and chair of the Criminology, Law and Society program; Dennis Gilbert, associate director of the career center; Dr. Gabriel Pellathy, professor emeritus of political science; Attorney Ned J. Nakles, Jr., SVC’79, of Latrobe; Attorney Gino F. Peluso, SVC’77, vice president of the Law Society; and Attorney Francis E. Pipak, Jr., SVC’71, president of the Law Society and a partner with Pietragrallo Gordon Alfano Bosick and Raspanti, Pittsburgh. Missing from photo are Paige Holderbaum of Latrobe, an English major, Duquesne University School of Law; Alex Walsh of Overland Park, Kansas, a history major, University of New Hampshire School of Law; and Del Nolfi of Trafford, an accounting major, University of Pittsburgh Law School.


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