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Hastings Alumni Mag-Spring 2013

{ class notes } in-house patent attorney at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. His responsibilities include assessment of invention disclosure statements, preparation and prosecution of patent applications in a wide range of technologies, assessment and revision of the intellectual property terms in licenses and practice in-house at Oracle as global compliance and ethics counsel focused on internal investigations and anti-corruption. He also recently assumed a vice chair position on the ABA International Anticorruption Committee. / Stephen Glade started a new position in August 2012 as an legal education that is the foundation of our careers but because it led us to find one another, as well as the many Hastings friends who made it to the wedding (thank you to all of you who made it!). / Joseph M. Azam and Jennifer Pearce were married in July 2012 in Los Olivos, California. Joe continues to build his Brittany (Yang) Ng ’09 and Brad Ng ‘08 and her 1L year. After a short honeymoon to Maui, we find ourselves setting down roots in Sacramento. I’m on a felony trial team at the Sacramento County District Attorney’s Office, trying interesting cases (predominately violent crime) that often result in double-digit prison sentences. Brittany is in private practice at Murphy Pearson Bradley & Feeney, where she works on professional liability defense and insurance defense, among other areas. She’s currently gearing up for a lengthy civil trial (which makes me happy since she’s often in the same courthouse I’m in every day, albeit in different courtrooms). We are in the process of buying our first home together, here in Sacramento, and we’re both grateful to our alma mater, not just for the Afghan Sojourn Yuwynn E. Ho ’09 writes: “I successfully completed my first deployment in Afghanistan, returning in September 2012. I served as a protocol officer for the Joint Visitors Bureau at the NATO International Security Assistance Force headquarters in Kabul, coordinating the visits of VIPs to Afghanistan. I also worked with the U.S. Embassy’s interagency Rule of Law Office to assist the Afghans in a project developing the country’s commercial law. I have since returned to Twentynine Palms to assume duties as a defense counsel for the Marine Corps.” UC HASTINGS 37


Hastings Alumni Mag-Spring 2013
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