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Newsletter > January 2015 > "Changes with Fraternal Law"
Changes with Fraternal Law
Since 2007, Dan McCarthy has served with distinction as the Editor of Fraternal Law. Additionally, Dan has served as the monitor of the National Anti-Hazing Hotline since its inception in 2007, for which he has helped grow the number of sponsoring organizations to 43. Dan has recently decided to start his own law office, which has long been a goal for him. Dan will remain involved in certain Manley Burke cases and is in fact keeping an office in our building. He can now be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. We thank Dan for his leadership and wish him the best of luck in his new endeavor.
Micah Kamrass, an associate with Manley Burke, will now serve as Editor of Fraternal Law. He will also have the primary responsibility of relaying National Anti-Hazing Hotline reports. Micah was the President of his Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi) chapter while an undergraduate at The Ohio State University, where he also served as Student Body President. In addition, Micah served as a member of the Supreme Board of Governors of AEPi and remains actively involved with the fraternity. Micah presented at the 2013 Fraternal Law Conference and helped plan the 2014 Conference.
Though Dan will be missed, we are confident that our high level of service will continue with Micah. Please email Micah at email@example.com with any suggestions or ideas for Fraternal Law.