Larry Goldstein is the Ruth L. Works Professor and chair of the neurology department at the University of Kentucky. He also is associate dean for clinical research in UK’s College of Medicine, co-directs UK’s Neuroscience Research Priority Area initiative and is principal investigator for Kentucky’s Coverdell National Acute Stroke Program award. After practicing law for four decades, Jeffrey Leonard has retired and plans to get more seriously involved in music as a pianist and singer. Daniel Lyon sadly reports the passing of his wife, Jennie Hatfield-Lyon, an international human-rights lawyer and law professor. He writes, “As President Ronald Liebowitz noted recently in a greatly appreciated letter, she lived by values that are celebrated by Brandeis.” In 2021, during his first session as an assemblyman in the Nevada legislature, David Orentlicher worked on bills that increased K-12 funding, created a public-option health plan, made voting by mail permanent and reformed police practices. In September, “The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Health Law,” which David co-edited, was published by Oxford University Press. Ellen Pollock, business editor of The New York Times, was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award as part of the 2021 Gerald Loeb Awards for Distinguished Business and Financial Journalism. A cabaret show by Deborah Zecher, P’10, “Jewish Caroling: The Music of Carole King, Carole Bayer Sager and Carolyn Leigh,” was presented in December at Don’t Tell Mama in New York City. Deborah is eager to get back to Israel to see son Adam Ross ’10; his wife, Eliya; and their 3-year-old daughter, Libi. 

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