Morris Nichols Law Clerks Receive Delaware Certificates of Limited Practice

12.09.2020
Firm News

Wilmington, DE (December 9, 2020) – Morris, Nichols, Arsht & Tunnell LLP is pleased to announce eleven law clerks employed by the firm were each issued a Certified Limited Practice License* (CLPL) by the Delaware Supreme Court this week.

“We are delighted to welcome this talented group to Morris Nichols and congratulate them on reaching the first milestone of many in their careers,” said Morris Nichols hiring partner R. Jason Russell. “Their robust academic experience will aid them in serving our clients and the firm.”

Morris Nichols CLPLs Issued in December 2020 (in alphabetical order):

  • Kevin (Bo) Beaugez joins the Commercial Law Counseling group. Bo earned his J.D. (2020) cum laude from the University of Notre Dame Law School; and B.B.A. (2014) magna cum laude in business administration in finance from Stetson University.
  • Catherine V. Butchy joins the Delaware Corporate Counseling group. Cathy earned her J.D. (2020) cum laude from the Temple University James E. Beasley School of Law; B.S. (2013) summa cum laude in economics; B.A. (2013) summa cum laude in Spanish; and Certificate in Portuguese from University of Pittsburgh.
  • Matthew Catron joins the Business Reorganization and Restructuring group. Matt earned his J.D. (2020) cum laude in business law from the William & Mary School of Law; and B.A. (2016) magna cum laude in political science from University of Kentucky.
  • Erin Clawson Zorn joins the Commercial Law Counseling group. Erin earned her J.D. (2020) magna cum laude from Penn State Law; and B.A. (2016) cum laude in psychology from Missouri University of Science & Technology.
  • S. Christopher Cundra joins the Business Reorganization and Restructuring group. Chris earned his J.D. (2020) with honors from The George Washington University Law School; and B.A. (2016) in history with honors from University of Maryland College Park.
  • Alexander T. Dickinson joins the Corporate and Business Litigation group. Alex earned his J.D. (2020) from the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School; and B.A. (2017) in history and philosophy, justice and law concentration from Williams College.
  • Daniel R. Grabell joins the Commercial Law Counseling group. Dan earned his J.D. (2020) from Georgetown University Law Center; and B.A. (2014) cum laude in history from Haverford College.
  • Matthew S. Middleton joins the Intellectual Property Litigation group. Matt earned his J.D. (2020) summa cum laude with an Intellectual Property Law Certificate from the University of New Hampshire School of Law; and B.A. (2017) in biology from Rutgers University.
  • Tori L. Remington joins the Business Reorganization and Restructuring group. Tori earned her J.D. (2020) magna cum laude from The Pennsylvania State University Dickinson School of Law; and B.A. (2017) magna cum laude in political science and philosophy from Augustana University.
  • Eleni Roustopoulos joins the Corporate and Business Litigation group. Eleni earned her J.D. (2020) from the Temple University James E. Beasley School of Law; and B.A. (2016) in sociology, Spanish language/literature and Latin American studies with honors from University of Delaware.
  • Rebecca Stoolman joins the Corporate and Business Litigation group. Rebecca earned her J.D. (2020) summa cum laude and Certificate in trial advocacy and litigation from the Temple University James E. Beasley School of Law; and B.A. (2017) magna cum laude in communication studies from Northeastern University.

About Morris, Nichols, Arsht & Tunnell LLP

Recognized as Delaware’s premier law firm, Morris Nichols handles bet-the-company, high-stakes matters in the four key areas of corporate litigation, alternative entity and corporate counseling, bankruptcy and restructuring, and intellectual property litigation. The firm is regularly involved as lead counsel or co-counsel in matters of national and international significance, as well as those affecting its immediate community.

* Limited law practice under the supervision of a partner of Morris Nichols, as provided under the Delaware Supreme Court's emergency temporary order relating to limited practice privilege (August 12, 2020) due to exceptional circumstances arising from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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