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Featured Class Notes

  • Major Dimitri Facaros (JD '10), Group Judge Advocate for the 3d Special Forces Group (A) at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, had his article "A Brief Summation on Gender-Based Violence Military Readiness and Judge Advocates" article (p. 26) published by The Army Lawyer, a Professional Bulletin, for education and performance in legal responsibilities.
  • Miracle Jones (JD '18), director of policy and advocacy at 1Hood Media, has garnered a national audience with her latest TED Talk and interview on the podcast How to be a Better Human. 
  • Sarah Miley (JD '12) has been named shareholder in the Pittsburgh offices of Littler. Miley is an experienced litigator focusing on complex wage and hour litigation, including class, collective, and hybrid actions throughout the U.S. In addition to wage and hour litigation practice, Miley represents employers in various issues, including restrictive covenant disputes, discrimination, and retaliation litigation. 
  • Alyssa M. Zottola (JD '21) has joined Spilman Thomas & Battle, PLLC (Spilman), as an associate in its Pittsburgh office. Zottola's primary area of practice is litigation. She previously served as judicial intern to the Honorable Lisa Pupo Lenihan (JD '83) of the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania.