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Hastings Alumni Mag-Spring 2013

Remembering a Force of Nature Sarah Tigerman ’96 died on February 23, 2013, at age 51 after battling cancer. She worked as associate director for recruitment at UC Hastings since 2007. Colleagues and former students remember her as a tiger, a force of nature who thought constantly of others, even in her last weeks. Friends and colleagues describe her as smart, funny, and driven, and yet also a woman who handled adversity with grace and, finally, peace. “She was one of the most genuine people I have ever met,” says Caitlin Colman ’10, who worked with Sarah on numerous job searches. “There aren’t a lot of Sarahs, and to lose one is really sad.” Sarah leaves behind her partner of six years, Jenni Mork. and startup community in China. / The Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County has elected attorney and public policy analyst Stacey Keare as president of the board of directors. Stacey had previously served as vice president. / Chandani Flynn has been the executive director of a nonprofit called STAR/PAL for the past eight years. STAR/ PAL promotes safety and { class notes } wife, Cindy, is also a practicing attorney. They have two children, Chase and Sloane. / Jennifer C. Terry has been promoted to partner at the Los Angeles office of Arent Fox, where she will work with the commercial litigation and labor and employment practices. Her practice includes acting as outside general counsel to various Gary Watt ‘97 entities doing business in California, where she provides guidance on matters relating to consumer products and commercial transactions. ’97 / Gary Watt was among those recognized and honored at the Contra Costa County Bar Association Bar Fund Gala for his significant contribution to the Deer Valley High School Law and Justice Academy. Gary, an Archer Norris partner in Walnut Creek, focuses his practice on writs and appeals to contest the outcome of cases in the lower courts. He has also been recently certified as an appellate law specialist. / Mark Charles Hardie recently published a book titled The Holy Bible: Hip Hop Version. / Kim Tung is based in Pillsbury’s Shanghai office and heads up Pillsbury’s technology and emerging companies practice in China. Kim deals with cross-border business transactions and disputes, which also encompass venture capital and immigration issues. Kim is also an angel investor with AngelVest in Shanghai and is active in the venture capital Christopher Mader ‘98 with his wife, Cindy, and children, Chase and Sloane Kim Tung ‘97 40 spring 2013


Hastings Alumni Mag-Spring 2013
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