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Sciullo FellowSDean John J. SciulloS appointment was announced in June of 1982 to a standing ovation at the Schools annual commencement. Sciullo led efforts to maintain quality admissions standards, while strengthening the Schools commitment to the values and ethics of a law school in the Catholic tradition. He served as dean until 1993 and continued to teach as a dean emeritus until his death in 2000. $100,000 and above auguSt c. DamianR. elliot KatheRmancentennial FellowS ProgramDuquesne university school of lawBuilding the Law Schools Second Centurythank you to Duquesne university law Schools alumni and friends who are contributing to our rich tradition of success and investing in our future. the centennial Fellows program, launched during our 100th anniversary, recognizes qualifying gifts and pledges of $10,000 or more. Four levels of support honor prominent deans of the law School who have passed away. the program continues to 2014, the centennial anniversary of the law Schools first commencement. We are grateful to our esteemed centennial Fellows who are supporting the start of a new century of scholarship and excellence. manderino FellowS$50,000 to $99,999DuqueSne laW alumni aSSociationlinDa VaRRenti heRnanDezhal a. KeStleRDuquesne university school of lawInvesting in the FutureDean louiS manDeRino served from 1968-1970, and during his tenure enrollment increased from 472 students to more than 600. He left the deanship to become a member of the newly chartered Commonwealth Court and, subsequently, a Justice of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. Manderino remained an adjunct faculty member while on the bench.$25,000 to $49,999DuqueSne StuDent BaR aSSociationeState oF gRetchen g. DonalDSoneState oF eDythe R. FingolDmaRie milie JoneSJohn P. KRoliKoWSKiWilliam J. mcKimcol. John. F. naughtonRoBeRt n. PeiRce, JR.e. KeaRS PollocKJohn e. quinnDuquesne university school of lawquinn FellowSEnriching Students Legal EducationDean thomaS F. quinn oversaw the Law Schools move to Rockwell Hall. Soon thereafter, the Law Schools full-time faculty grew to 15, library acquisitions nearly tripled and the full-time day program began. Also during his term (1957-1966), the Student Bar Association was organized (1959) and the first issue of the Duquesne Law Review was published (1963).$10,000 to $24,999Duquesne university school of lawBroPhy FellowSSupporting a New Generation of LawyersDean c. geRalD BRoPhy was a 1923 Duquesne Law graduate who served from 1940 until his death in 1956. He is remembered during his tenure for modernizing the curriculum and instituting an instructional approach stressing practical demonstrations within the court systems, in addition to professional theory.alcoa FounDation hon. Donetta W. amBRoSeRoBeRt S. BaRKeRmaRK BaRtholic hon. JoSePh l. coSettiJameS B. cummingSKenneth P. DaVieecKeRt SeamanS cheRin & mellott, llc Joan ellenBogenmany emamzaDehRoDney W. FinKmichael J. FoleyPaul J. gitniKJameS F. gluntlouiS S. golDgail BalPh goRDonKen goRmleyWilliam B. gRantmaRy R. gRealy Kenneth l. hiRSch JacK J. anD ellen KeSSleReDWaRD J. KRughon. mauReen e. lally-gReenhon. michael e. mccaRthyJohn R. mcginley, JR.PatSy PoPiVchaK mcKinneytina oBeRDoRF milleRJoSePh SaBino miSticKnational inStitute FoR tRial aDVocacymanning J. anD ReBecca c. oconnoR WalteR t. PeRKinS DaViD S. PollocKWilliam camPBell RieSgWenDolyn RoBoSSonanDReW m. RomanaRnolD l. SchulBeRgthomaS n. SilVeRmanF. chRiStoPheR SPinatheoDoRe m. tRBoVich