James N. Broder (Col ’68 L/M) was recognized in the 2016 edition of Chambers USA for his energy and natural resources practice. Mr. Broder is a shareholder in the law firm of Bernstein Shur. He works in the firm’s Portland, Maine, office, focusing on energy transmission and microgrid development, in addition to affordable housing.
Benet Kolman (Intern ’68) published his debut short story collection, Dark Matters: Seven Variations on a Theme (Damianos Publishing), in December 2015. The book’s seven stories, centered on seven disparate characters, in different locales, times and situations, are united by the common theme of illusion and its role in human striving.