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Marvin J. Ferguson (’62)

Marvin J. Ferguson (’62) passed away on May 11, 2019. After law school, He was an attorney with the Law Firm of Jackson, Wade and Barker. In 1971 Marvin became Executive Vice President and General Manager of North Kansas City Development Company managing all of their properties in North Kansas City, Chicago, and Jefferson City. He then joined his wife Sandra Ferguson (“64) at the Law Firm of Ferguson & Ferguson. Marvin is a United States Army Veteran.

Honorable Leo Joseph Moroney (’57)

The Honorable Leo Joseph Moroney (’57) passed away on July 6, 2019. After law school, Leo was a defense lawyer in private practice and later became the Wyandotte County Prosecuting Attorney, Judge of the Municipal Court, and Judge of the District Court of Wyandotte County for 21 years. He held the position of Administrative Chief Judge for eight years prior to his retirement from the bench in 1988. After law school, Leo was a defense lawyer in private practice and later became the Wyandotte County Prosecuting Attorney, Judge of the Municipal Court, and Judge of the District Court of Wyandotte County for 21 years. He held the position of Administrative Chief Judge for eight years prior to his retirement from the bench in 1988. He was U.S. Marine Corp veteran he served during WWII in the Pacific War. He was honorably discharged in April, 1946 after being critically wounded on Okinawa in a firefight with the enemy. Leo was awarded the Purple Heart and Bronze Star metals for his valor and heroism.

Drew L. Williams (’15)

Drew L. Williams (’15) has joined the law firm of Cordell & Cordell He will be representing men in family law cases.

Megan McCurdy (’07)

Megan McCurdy (’07) has been selected to receive the Women who Mean Business Award

Pam Nagel Jorgensen (’16)

Pam Nagel Jorgensen (’16) has joined McInnes Law, LLC. She concentrates her practice on class action, business, and employment law litigation.

Derek Feagans (’98)

Derek Feagans (’98) has opened a new law firm Feagans LLC, providing a full range of business legal services including general counsel, corporate, real estate, and sports entertainment.

Dakkota Huber (’17)

Dakkota Huber (’17) has joined the Clay County Prosecutor’s Office as an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney in Child Support Enforcement. Following law school, Ms. Huber worked for the 16th Judicial Circuit as a law clerk to the Hon. Robert Trout and as an Attorney for the Juvenile Officer.

Christine Albano (’95)

Christine Albano (’95) received the 2018 attorney award at the 6th Annual Builders of Justice Progressive Dinner from Legal Aid of NW Texas. This is for an attorney who has shown considerable support for pro bono throughout the years.

Mark Morgan (’95)

Mark Morgan (’95) was named as Acting Director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement by the Trump Administration.

Sara Rittman (’81)

Sara Rittman (’81) has returned to the Missouri Attorney General’s Office after 26 years working in the attorney discipline system and private practice.