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Stiller Kim, specializing in employment-based immigration. He joined the firm’s predecessor in 2004 and has been developing his expertise in immigration law with Steven Stiller ’79. In addition to his law practice, Jean is active in minority bar associations, including serving as secretary of the Korean American Bar Association of Northern California and treasurer of the International Association of Korean Lawyers. / Hee Young Lee joined Kaufman Dolowich & Voluck’s Los Angeles office as a partner and manages the firm’s insurance practice in its California offices. / Gabrielle Handler Marks recently joined the San Francisco firm of Kelly, Hockel & Klein, where she advises and represents employers on a variety of employment law issues. / Karen Tang Milligan was appointed officer/ secretary of the Surety Claims Association of Los Angeles. ’98 Matthew J. Hult writes: “After 14 years at Orrick and spending lots of time running Orrick’s Taipei office, I moved in-house, taking a position at Intel as part of Intel’s patent litigation group. Much employment, and other complex business litigation matters. In May, Yi-Chin was recognized as one of the 2013 Top Women Lawyers in California by the Daily Journal. / Julia Mezhinsky Jayne’s firm has a new name: Jayne Law Group (formerly Campbell & Jayne). The firm specializes in criminal defense, including white collar crime. / Jean Kim is a shareholder in the newly formed { class notes } daughter, Dalia. / Robert Barton co-authored an MCLE article titled “The Double Dipping Debate” in the May issue of California Lawyer. / Michele Haydel Gehrke is now counsel at Seyfarth Shaw in San Francisco. She specializes in labor and employment law. ’99 Yi-Chin Ho joined Latham & Watkins’ Los Angeles office in March as a partner in the antitrust/white collar investigations department. Yi-Chin’s practice focuses on representing Taiwanese and Chinese companies in antitrust and trade regulation, white collar and government investigations, class action, unfair competition, patent, trademark, copyright, trade secret, International Trade Commission, Reproductive Justice Scholar Jennifer (Schirmer) Dunn ’98 published two articles in 2013 on issues relating to women’s health and reproductive justice. UCLA Law Review published “After the Choice: Challenging California’s Physician-Only Abortion Restriction.” BioMed Central Pregnancy and Childbirth published “A Survey of Access to Trial of Labor in California Hospitals” in 2012, co-authored with UCSF faculty. Her book, Abortion in California: A Medical-Legal Handbook, was published in 2012. Jennifer has been serving as the acting assistant dean of the graduate division at UC Hastings and joins the faculty this fall. She will be teaching courses at the intersection of health sciences and law. Gabrielle Handler Marks ’99 Suzanne Nicholson ’98 38 FALL 2013


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