88th Annual Installation and Awards DinnerThursday, July 7, 2022Union League Club of ChicagoDigital Program Presented By
PROGRAMJudge Megan GoldishWelcomeNational AnthemsMitchell & Barry Goldberg, Pastor Chris HarrisMotziOpening RemarksMitchell GoldbergJudge Megan GoldishOutgoing President’s MessageMara S. RuffRecognition of 25 and 50 Year MembersMara S. RuffAward PresentationsJoel B. BruckmanPresidential CitationMichelle MilsteinIntra-Society AwardSharon L. EisemanFounders AwardMara S. RuffAcceptance of NominationsJudge Mitchell GoldbergInstallation of Board, Officers, and PresidentJudge Timothy C. EvansIncoming President’s MessageJudge Myron F. MackoffJudge Megan Goldish & Judge Myron F. MackoffAward PresentationsDonald C. SchillerAward of ExcellenceJudge Neil H. CohenDecalogue Society AwardJudge Judith C. RiceHon. Charles E. Freeman Judicial Merit AwardJudge (ret.) Moshe JacobiusLifetime Achievement AwardRecognition of Decalogue Scholars & Hebrew University Fellowship Awardpresented by Decalogue Foundation President Robert MatankyJustice Robert E. GordonClosing RemarksJudge Megan Goldish
2022-23 Board of ManagersPast Presidents CouncilHon. Myron F. MackoffPresidentHon. Megan E. Goldish1st Vice PresidentJoel B. Bruckman2nd Vice PresidentAlexander D. MarksRecording SecretaryKim PresslingFinancial SecretaryMichelle MilsteinTreasurerMara S. RuffPast PresidentRobert M. KartonParliamentarianFred LaneStephen P. PattDavid N. BaumHon. Charles LevyMichael PekayKenneth R. SieganEugene F. FriedmanDaniel E. BeedermanRobert W. MatankyMitchell A. OrpettJoel S. HymenPaul J. SussmanRabbi James M. GordonRalph M. GorenAlan E. MolotskyHon. Michael I. BenderGail Tuler FriedmanGerald S. SchurBonnie C. McGrathHon. Barbara M. MeyerStephen G. BaimeLonny Ben OgusHon. Michael B. HymanShellie KarnoHon. Martin P. MoltzHon. James A. ShapiroHon. Andrea M. SchleiferBarry S. GoldbergSusan K. HornHon. Michael A. StromJames B. GoldbergHon. Joel L. ChupackDeidre BaumannCurtis B. RossHon. Mitchell B. GoldbergJonathan D. LubinHelen B. BlochPatrick Dankwa JohnHoward H. AnkinMax P. BarackJacqueline B. CarrollSharon L. EisemanHon. Robert E. GordonHon. Deborah J. GubinKahlia R. HalpernJoshua S. KreitzerCharles A. KrugelSarah G. LaPearlDanielle LevinDavid W. LipschutzSylvie ManasterJeffrey M. MoskowitzHon. Abbey Fishman RomanekHon. Lori RosenHon. Geri Pinzur RosenbergMichael RothmannRobert S. SchwartzAdam J. SheppardRachel N. SostrinMichael H. TraisonScott W. TzinbergErin M. WilsonHonorary Life MembersProf. Nina AppelHon. Edward R. BurrHon. Ronald S. DavisHon. Moshe JacobiusSteven M. LevinRabbi Ralph Ruebner
Congratulations to all of the honoreeson their well deserved honorProud to support our JudiciaryAttorneyHoward Ankinhttps://ankinlaw.com/
The Decalogue Societythanks the following people for their generosity whichhas made this event possibleBAR SPONSORAnkin Law OfficePLATINUM SPONSORSchiller DuCanto & Fleck LLPGOLD SPONSORSCorboy & DemetrioDiversity Scholarship Foundation, NFPFreeborn & PetersThe Goldish and Savage FamiliesSILVER SPONSORSThe Barrett Law GroupBernstein Law Firm, LLCCozen O’ConnorGabriel J. De MatteoGrace G. DicklerSharon L. EisemanElrod Friedman LLPKatherine Gainer and Floyd PerkinsBarry Goldberg, Decalogue Past PresidentHoffenberg & Block, LLCJakubs Wigoda LLPFred LaneLevin & PercontiLaw Offices of Jeffery M. Leving, Ltd.O. Long Law, LLCAlon Stein, Stein Law OfficesLaw Offices of Scott TzinbergWeinberg Law
The Decalogue Societythanks the following people for their generosity whichhas made this event possibleBRONZE SPONSORSBrustin & Lundblad LTDStephen G. DadayCristin DuffyDeidre M. DyerKoula A. FournierAthena James Frentzas, Frentzas Law, LLCMichele GemskieHon. Mitchell B. GoldbergHon. Deborah J. GubinSusan K. HornShellie KarnoSylvie ManasterMarkoff Law LLCRobert W. MatankyHon. Martin P. MoltzScott NorrisRadusa OstojicL. Steven Platt, Miller CanfieldJudge Tracie PorterMariano ReynaAntara Nath RiveraCurtis Bennett RossJaime R.Santana, P.C.Robert Schwartz, Robinson & Schwartz, LLCJudge James A. ShapiroSheppard Law Firm, P.C.Shomrim Society of IllinoisRachel N. SostrinAva George StewartJon K. StromstaLaw Offices of David StudenrothHon. Shelley Sutker-DermerNatosha Cuyler TollerJudge Rena Marie Van TineAdeena Weiss-OrtizThe Law Office of Erin M. Wilson LLC
Incoming President’s Welcome MessageGood evening. Welcome to the Decalogue Society ofLawyers 88th annual installation dinner. When I look overall that we have been through in the last year I am amazedat the resilience of our board, our executive director andour membership. We’ve experienced an actual plague. Wehave a war in Eastern Europe and famine in other partsof the world because of that war. We have seen our longheld civil rights eroded and we have seen assaults on ourdemocracy like never before. We have seen a rise in antiSemitism. Yet, we never faltered in our mission.Despite these challenges, our members have never stopped pursuing justice. Wezealously advocate for clients. We equitably decide cases. We serve in governmentpositions to make sure that those guilty of crimes are held accountable and thosewrongly accused are not. Or we protect consumers and the environment. Our pursuitof justice has not been stopped or even slowed down.Logistically, we transitioned almost seamlessly to online events and meetings thanks toa lot of hard work behind the scenes. Over the last year we attended CLEs remotely, hada remote Hannukah party and Judicial reception and matched up 15 law students andyoung lawyers with mentors. In my speech I will expand on the issue of mentorship.Now we have the opportunity to meet again in person.I want you to think of all that had to happen to get us here today and in person. I wantto thank all of you who got vaccinated, who social distanced and who quarantined ifthey were unsure of their Covid status. We all here because of all of our sacrifice.So, enjoy your evening. You’ve earned it. Thanks to our sponsors who made itfinancially possible to meet in person and congratulations to all of our honorees. Asthe new president, I look forward to a year of in person CLEs, events and meetings.Sincerely,Hon. Myron F. MackoffPresident, Decalogue Society of Lawyers
Lifetime Achievement AwardJudge (ret.) Moshe JacobiusJudge Moshe Jacobius is a graduate of DePaul Law School where hegraduated cum laude in 1975. He earned a B.A. from the Universityof Illinois and an M.A. in history, also from the University of Illinois.Judge Moshe Jacobius has a distinguished record of public service. Hewas formerly a Chicago Public School teacher working in the innercity. He began his legal career in 1974 as a law clerk for the Office ofthe Illinois Attorney General and worked his way up through the ranksin that office. Judge Jacobius had 16 year career as a litigator in the Office of the IllinoisAttorney General handling some of the most difficult and sensitive cases in the officeand serving three Illinois Attorneys General. He was formerly the head of the Worker’sCompensation Division of the Office as well as the head of the General Law Division. TheGeneral Law Division is the civil litigation arm of the office. It handles the vast majorityof the civil litigation in the office, including the most sensitive and complex litigation. Inhis capacity of Chief of General Law, Judge Jacobius supervised 40 attorneys. In 1988, hewas named as Counsel to the Illinois Attorney General. He advised the Attorney Generalon major litigation and legislation in the office, handled special projects and was liaison tothe National Association of Attorneys General and to the American Bar Association.Judge Jacobius was appointed to the bench in January 1991 by the Illinois Supreme Court.In 1994, he was elected to a six-year term as a Circuit Court Judge from the 9th JudicialSub-circuit. In 2006, the voters retained Judge Jacobius to another six-year term.When first appointed, Judge Jacobius was assigned to the Domestic Relations Divisionand he has been in the Division since January 1991, except for a short stint as a ChanceryDivision judge from February 2000 to July 2000. Handling diverse assignments in theDomestic Relations Division, Judge Jacobius presided over numerous trials dealing withall major issues handled by the Division. In July 2000, Judge Jacobius returned to theDomestic Relations Division as Presiding Judge. He has lectured widely in the area ofdomestic relations and was appointed by the Illinois Supreme Court to its Commission onChild Custody and Committee on Courtroom Security. In December 2010, Judge Evansappointed Judge Jacobius as the Presiding Judge of the Chancery Division. In his role asPresiding Judge of the Chancery Division, Judge Jacobius administered the Division andpresided over numerous, often complex cases, involving public interest and governance,insurance, real estate, trusts, corporate, and employment issues as well as various otherareas of law.Judge Jacobius has consistently received high ratings from bar associations that havereviewed his judicial proficiency as well as the endorsements of Chicago’s two majornewspapers in his judicial elections. Judge Jacobius retired January, 2022 and has joinedJAMS as a mediator/arbitrator. He is married and has two children and fifteen grandchildren.
Charles E. Freeman Judicial Merit AwardJudge Judith C. RiceJudith C. Rice was appointed to the position of Cook County Circuit CourtJudge by the Illinois Supreme Court on October 4, 2014, after having beenelected that same year in the 7th Judicial Sub-Circuit of Cook County.Judge Rice began her judicial career in traffic court handling minor trafficviolations as well as criminal DUI cases. She was then transferred to theforcible entry and detainer court where she heard suits involving condominium disputes andeviction cases. She is currently assigned to the Domestic Violence Court where she hears casesinvolving domestic and elder abuse.Prior to becoming a Judge, Ms. Rice held the position of Senior Vice President and Headof Community Affairs & Economic Development for BMO Harris Bank. In that role, shewas responsible for overseeing the Bank’s community affairs, government relations, andcommunity development activities, including community development lending and communityinvestments. She also served as Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) officer for BMO Harris,accountable for the bank’s compliance with regulatory requirements related to lending inunderserved communities.Previously, Judge Rice served as Vice President and Director of Government Relations forHarris. She joined Harris in 2007 with a strong background in public service. In 1988, Ricebegan her legal career as a prosecutor with the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office. Asan Assistant State’s Attorney she handled appellate cases, narcotics prosecutions and abuseand neglect cases in juvenile court. After leaving the SAO she began an extensive career incity government. Her tenure with the City started with being appointed Assistant CorporationCounsel, and she subsequently served as Director of the Department of Revenue from 1993until 1995. Rice was also elected as Chicago City Treasurer after serving as the first femalecommissioner of two of Chicago’s key infrastructure agencies. She led the Department of Waterfrom 1996 until 1999, and the Department of Transportation from 1999 until 2000.Judge Rice serves on several non-profit community boards. She is currently on the advisoryboards of the Uhlich Children’s Advantage Network (UCAN) and the Chicago Children’sAdvocacy Center. Additionally, she serves on the Lynn Sage Cancer Research FoundationBoard and is a member of the Chicago Network and the United Negro College Fund. Shehas been recognized for her leadership and work supporting financial literacy by numerousorganizations, including the Federal Reserve Board, the Illinois Council of Economic Education,and the City Colleges of Chicago.Born and raised in Chicago, Rice earned her law degree from John Marshall Law School in1988, and graduated cum laude from Loyola University Chicago in 1981 with a bachelor’sdegree in communication.
.Awardof ExcellenceDonald C. SchillerDonald Schiller, co-founder of Schiller DuCanto & Fleck LLP, hasdedicated his career to the law, and particularly the practice of familylaw. Over the past 50 years, Donald has represented affluent leadersand spouses from the business, professional, entertainment and sportscommunities. He is well versed in the complexity of high-net-worth cases, which oftenrequire multiple legal services, exceptional discretion, and wide-ranging experience. Donaldhas built a reputation and a family law firm around him providing a personalized solution foreach client. He is a well-known lecturer and author in his field and has been teaching divorcelaw at the University of Chicago Law School for over 20 years.Recognized as one of the nation’s top matrimonial lawyers by Town and Country Magazine,Worth Magazine, Chicago Sun-Times, National Law Journal and Crain’s Chicago Business,Donald has been called a “gentleman in a volatile profession” as well as the “Don of Divorce.”His demeanor inspires the confidence of clients, who quickly realize that Donald and his firmunderstand their needs like no others.Donald has served as President of the Illinois State Bar Association, Chair of the ABA’s FamilyLaw Section, Chair of the State Bar’s Family Law Section, National Chair of the AmericanAcademy of Matrimonial Lawyers’ Continuing Legal Education Committee, Diplomat of theAmerican College of Family Trial Lawyers, member of the Board of Directors of the IllinoisInstitute for Continuing Legal Education, and a co-founder and faculty member of the ABAFamily Law Trial Advocacy Institute. He is also the subject of a chapter in the book “TheDivorce Lawyers” by Emily Couric.Decalogue Society AwardJudge Neil H. CohenJudge Neil H. Cohen became a judge in October, 2009. He has beenassigned to the General Chancery Division since January, 2011. In thepast, he has been a member of the Illinois Supreme Court’s CriminalJustice, Social Justice and Strategic Planning Committees. He is currentlya member of the Illinois College of Judicial Education, the AdvancedJudicial Academy, the New Judges Orientation, Diversity and JointFederal/State Education Committees, and the Illinois Supreme Court’sHistoric Preservation Commission.Judge Cohen is a proud member of the Decalogue Society, Jewish Judges Association, IllinoisJudicial Association, and the Illinois State Bar Association. Judge Cohen is in love with SusanS. Sher and has the amazing good fortune to have had her in his life since 1993. Together, theyhave four children, four grandchildren, 3 grandpuppies and a wonderful life.
Hebrew University Fellowship AwardJustice Robert E. GordonJustice Robert E. Gordon was a litigator who tried civil and criminaljury cases for 36 years, served as Special Assistant Attorney Generalfrom 1985-1996, when he ascended to the bench. As a jury trial judgefor 10 years, presided over the most civil jury trials in the history of thestate (Jury Reporter Award (2019)), and obtained the most settlementsin the history of the court. In 2006, was assigned to the Appellate Court,and former chair of its Executive Committee.Former member and Chairman of Local Board No. 5 of the U.S. DraftBoard for 20 years (1982-2002), recipient of the Presidential Selective Service Medal(2002). Served on the Supreme Court ADR, Appellate Court, and Educational committees,for 10 years, member of Board of Managers of Decalogue, recipient of its President’s(2008), Founders (2011), Freeman (2012), and Vanguard Awards (2017). Received theIllinois Bar’s Distinguished Counselor Award (2012), Diversity Scholarship FoundationDiversity Award (2015), recognized as a legal scholar by the Public Interest Law Institute(2011), received Who’s Who Lifetime Achievement Award (2018) and in Who’s Who since1977. Gordon has helped many Jews and other minorities in ascending to the bench andhas been a tireless worker for Decalogue and is one of the Founders of the Jewish JudgesAssociation of Illinois.Founders AwardSharon L. EisemanFrom 2006 until her recent retirement, Sharon Eiseman served as the LandAcquisition Bureau Chief in the Chicago Office of the Illinois AttorneyGeneral where her primary focus was the practice of eminent domain lawfor agencies of the State of Illinois. From 1987 to 2005, Ms. Eiseman wasin private practice as a partner at two law firms where she represented localgovernment entities, including municipalities, on procedures and regulations applicable to publicgoverning bodies and their various committees, including FOIA and the sunshine laws, as well as oneconomic development projects, including TIF districts; annexation, zoning and land use matters;public contracting; and employment issues which incorporated the development and implementationof policies to deter sexual harassment in the workplace. She also represented these entities in thefederal and state courts, and in matters before administrative bodies.Prior to 1987, Ms. Eiseman served as an assistant corporation counsel for the City of Evanston, and as aCook County Assistant State’s Attorney. Throughout her career, Ms. Eiseman has authored materialson a wide range of local government topics, has appeared as a speaker, panelist and moderator beforeaudiences of attorneys as well as government officials and employees, and has conducted trainingsessions on the prevention of sexual harassment and other forms of discrimination. Ms. Eiseman isalso an active member of several bar associations and has served in leadership positions and on theboards of several of those associations and for charitable service projects she has co-founded.
Presidential CitationJoel F. BruckmanJoel Bruckman is a Partner in the Litigation Practice Group at the lawfirm of Freeborn & Peters, LLP. Joel’s law practice focuses on advisingclients on matters relating to data privacy and cybersecurity as well ascomplex commercial litigation with a focus on trade secrets and restrictivecovenant matters. Joel is a former Cook County State’s Attorney where hewas assigned to the Special Prosecutions Bureau in the Financial Crimesand Public Corruption Unit and cross-designated as a member of theFBI’s Cyber Crimes Task Force.Joel serves on the Decalogue Society of Lawyer’s Board of Managers and is the outgoingRecording Secretary and incoming Second Vice President. As the grandson of a Holocaustsurvivor, Joel is very active in the Jewish community where he works with several Jewishorganizations in the fight against antisemitism.Joel also serves on the Board of Directors for the North Suburban Bar Association and ChicagoLighthouse for the Blind and chairs the NSBA’s Foundation. Joel received his J.D. fromThe John Marshall Law School and his B.S. in Public Financial Management from IndianaUniversity. Joel resides in the northern suburbs of Chicago with his wife Barisa Meckler, andtheir sons Brayden and Cameron.Intra-Society AwardMichelle MilsteinMichelle Milstein received her JD from John Marshall Law School in2017. During her time at John Marshall, she served as the co-President andPresident of the Decalogue Society’s student chapter, as well as the lawstudent representative on the Board of Managers. Since graduating, she hascontinued to serve as a Decalogue Board Member, including chairing theSocial Action Committee since 2019, where she coordinated the Decalogue Society’s participationin delivering food boxes to senior citizens in preparation for Rosh HaShannah and Passover,through Maot Chatim. In 2020, Michelle was elected as the Treasurer of the Decalogue Society,a position she still holds today. Outside of the Decalogue Society, Michelle currently works as anAssistant Attorney General in the Charitable Trust Bureau of the Illinois Attorney Generals Office.Recognition of 50-year membersLee Abrams, Mitchell Asher, Hon. Michael Jordan, Bernard Paul,Michael ZissmanRecognition of 25-year memberJoshua S. Kreitzer
AWARDSHon. Charles E. Freeman Judicial Merit AwardThe Charles Freeman Judicial Merit Award is given to those judges who exemplify the highestideals of the Decalogue Society of Lawyers and of the legal profession by promoting diversityand inclusivity in the legal professions and for outstanding achievement in the judiciary.Lifetime Achievement AwardThe Lifetime Achievement Award recognizes outstanding individuals with pioneering spiritwho have demonstrated inventiveness throughout their careers, have helped break downunfair or unjust societal barriers that prevented otherwise qualified individuals from reachingtheir potential, have notably improved the legal profession and our society in general, andhave inspired others by and through their actions. Simply put, candidates for this award areliving role models.The Decalogue Society AwardThe Decalogue Society Award is presented to individuals who, through their actions andachievements, exemplify the core principles of the Decalogue Society of Lawyers to bringincreased dignity and honor to the legal profession, to maintain vigilance against public andprivate practices which are anti-social, discriminatory, anti-Semitic or oppressive, and towork with other groups and minorities to help protect the legal rights of all.The Award Of ExcellenceThe Decalogue Society of Lawyers’ Award of Excellence is presented to attorneys whobring increased dignity and honor to the legal profession by, among other things, renderinguseful community service or participating in worthy movements for the public welfare.Hebrew University Fellowship AwardIn 1968 the Decalogue Foundation established the Decalogue Perpetual Fellowship Fund,which provides an endowment for annual fellowships at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem,Israel. Each year, the fellowship is named in honor of a member who has made significantcontributions of his or her time to Decalogue.The Decalogue Founders’ AwardThe Founders’ Award is given to those individuals who, over the years, have given of theirtime and talents in such a way as to contribute significantly to ensuring the continuedrelevance of the Decalogue Society of Lawyers. Recipients of the Founders’ Award areindividuals who, throughout their affiliation with Decalogue, have given unwavering andoutstanding service to the organization, have exemplified the standards of professionalintegrity and conduct, have achieved stature in their professional or academic pursuits,hold the esteem of their colleagues and peers, and have actively worked to further the corepurposes for which Decalogue was founded.Intra-Society AwardThe Intra Society Award is presented to members of the Decalogue Society of Lawyerswho have devoted significant time and energy to augment various functions of the Society,who promote Decalogue’s good reputation in the legal community and elsewhere, and who,through their actions, exemplify the Jewish ideals of tzedek (justice), limud (learning), andkavod (respect).Presidential CitationThe Presidential Citation is given annually to one or more individuals who have helped toimprove the Decalogue Society of Lawyers through their innovative thinking and actions orwho have made some notable contribution that enhanced the Society or furthered its goalsand objectives.
The Decalogue Foundation, Inc.congratulates its 2022 Scholarship Recipients:DePaul University Samuel Shkolnik ScholarshipEden MessickHebrew University in JerusalemUria BeeriKent Law School Judge Abraham Lincoln Marovitz ScholarshipJoshua WeinerLoyola University Harold Siegan ScholarshipMarisa PolowitzNorthwestern University Richard G. Kahn ScholarshipEmma SilbersteinNorthwestern University Oscar M. Nudelman ScholarshipNoah BloombergUniversity of Chicago Paul G. Annes ScholarshipLauren Spungen
The Decalogue FoundationThe Decalogue Foundation is the charitable armof the Decalogue Society of Lawyers.The Foundation has endowed scholarshipsat six Illinois law schools and at theHebrew University in Jerusalem.The Foundation also underwritesDecalogue’s legal lecture series,allowing us to provide free classes for CLE credit.Please support the work of the Foundation bymaking a tax deductible contribution when youpay your dues - or at any time during the year.You can also honor or remember a special personor occasion with a tribute onsA Living LegacyYou can support the The Decalogue Foundation in assistingfuture generations of lawyers by making provisionin your will or trust for a bequest to the Foundation.For more information, contact:Joshua Kreitzer312-372-1040Decalogue Foundation is a 501c3 organization, registered with the Illinois Attorney General.Tax-deductible contributions can be sent to 134 N LaSalle #1430, Chicago IL 60602
Freeborn & Peters LLP is proud to supportthe Decalogue Society of Lawyers'2022 Awards CeremonyWe are proud to continually support the Society's workand salute tonight's award winners, includingFreeborn Partner Joel Bruckman, recipientof the Presidential Citation Award.Freeborn's Core Values of Integrity, Caring, Effectiveness,Teamwork and Commitment align withThe Decalogue Society's mission to promote justice.Visit us at www.freeborn.comMazal Tov to the Awardees!Hon. Moshe JacobiusJustice Robert GordonJudge Judith RiceJudge Neil CohenDonald SchillerSharon EisemanJoel BruckmanMichelle MilsteinGoldish & Savage Families
The Past Presidents CouncilCongratulates the Decalogue Society of Lawyersfor 88 Years of Serviceto the Jewish and Legal CommunitiesMazel Tov to the Incoming Officers and BoardDeidre BaumannJoel L. ChupackBarry S. GoldbergHon. Mitchell GoldbergSusan K. HornHon. Michael B. HymanPatrick Dankwa JohnShellie KarnoFred LaneRobert W. MatankyAlan E. MolotskyHon. Martin MoltzLonny Ben OgusStephen P. PattCurtis B. RossHon. James A. ShapiroKenneth R. SieganMichael A. Strom
Thank you to our members who gave above and beyondLIFE MEMBERSHoward H. AnkinDavid W. LipschutzDavid S. OlshanskySUSTAINING MEMBERSKevin B. ApterHarvey J. BarnettBernadette G. BarrettRobert K BlinickAdam E. BossovNeil H. CohenStephen G. DadayMorton DenlowSharon L EisemanCharles P. GolbertRichard P. GoldenhershRobert P. GroszekPatrick Dankwa JohnRobert W. KaufmanDaniel A. KelberClint KrislovCharles A. KrugelFred LaneDavid S. OlshanskyTracie R. PorterCarmen M. QuinonesNancy Rodkin RoteringMara S. RuffYolanda Harris SayreJody L. SchneidermanJeffrey A. SchulkinRobert A. ShipleyAdam M. SternScott W. TzinbergAdam J. C. WeberCary J Wintroub
Congratulationsto all of the outstanding and very deserving awardeesHon. Moshe JacobiusJustice Robert GordonJudge Judith RiceJudge Neil CohenDonald SchillerSharon EisemanJoel BruckmanMichelle MilsteinMazel Tov!Barry & Dina Goldberg
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Congratulations to three of my, and everyone else’s, favorite judges,Justice Robert E. Gordon,Judge Moshe Jacobius, &Judge Neil H. Cohenon receiving this great and well deserved honor.From one of their fortunate colleagues,Mary MikvaSAVE THE DATE2022 Building Bridges AwardsTuesday, September 13, 20225:30-6:30pm
Barry S. Goldberg Susan K. Horn Hon. Michael A. Strom James B. Goldberg Hon. Joel L. Chupack Deidre Baumann Curtis B. Ross Hon. Mitchell B. Goldberg Jonathan D. Lubin Helen B. Bloch Patrick Dankwa John Honorary Life Members Prof. Nina Appel Hon. Edward R. Burr Hon. Ronald S. Davis Hon. Moshe Jacobius Steven M. Levin Rabbi Ralph Ruebner