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Nov. 19, 2018

Loyola Law School alumni recognized during Grand Reunion

The annual event drew about 500 alumni and friends for its award ceremony and reception.


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From left, Loyola Law School Dean Michael Waterstone; Cyndie M. Chang, managing partner at Duane Morris LLP and recipient of the Board of Governors Recognition Award; Brian S. Kabateck, founding partner at Kabateck LLP and recipient of the Distinguished Alumnus of the Year Award; and John Horn, managing partner at Cohan-Horn LLP and recipient of the Board of Governors Recognition Award.

Loyola Law School, Los Angeles honored several prominent Los Angeles-based attorneys during its Alumni Grand Reunion held Nov. 14 at the Jonathan Club downtown.

The annual event drew about 500 alumni and friends for its award ceremony and reception.

Loyola Law School Dean Michael Waterstone joined in recognizing the three honorees.

Cyndie M. Chang, class of 2003 and managing partner Duane Morris LLP, received the Board of Governors Recognition Award.

Brian S. Kabateck, class of 1989 and founding partner at Kabateck LLP, received the Distinguished Alumnus of the Year Award.

“All Loyola alumni are distinguished alumni,” he said during the event.

John Horn, class of 1996 and managing partner at Cohan-Horn LLP, received the Board of Governors Recognition Award.

— Matt Sanderson

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