Notre Dame Law School
One of our most cherished alumni, Judge Tom O’Toole, passed away on October 13, 2016.
A member of the NDLS Advisory Council since 2011, Tom and his wife Elaine generously endowed the O’Toole Professorship of Constitutional Law, a chair now held by Professor A.J. Bellia. Tom’s generosity went beyond financial support to include the kind of advice and wise counsel that are so important to the functioning of a great law school.
Notre Dame Law School
In 1990 Karabo was born in Delaware, the second child of Alfred and Thabisile Moleah.
At age 5 the family moved to South Africa to usher in the end of apartheid. Even at that age he had already laid out his plans for becoming a lawyer, insisting he would return to the US to attend law school. At age 10, the family moved to Vienna, Austria. There he had some of the most important years of his development at the American International School, where he met several of his life-long friends. In addition to discovering a love for skateboarding. At 15, following the untimely death of his father, Karabo returned to South Africa, completing his high school at Crawford College North Coast. There he excelled in oratory and debate.
For his undergraduate studies, he went on to attend Temple University in Philadelphia, where he graduated cum laude in criminal justice. His love of debate and his passion for persuasive speech continued, culminating with strong performances in national mock trial tournaments. Following undergrad, he was accepted to the University of Notre Dame for law school, where he was known as a “bringer of change” to the class of 2016.
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Born February 12, 1928
Conrad L. Kellenberg has been a member of the faculty of the Notre Dame Law School since 1955, becoming a full professor in 1967, and serving as director of the Neighborhood Legal Services Program from 1965 through 1967. His teaching experience includes visiting professorships at the University of East Africa (1964-65) and the University of London (1968-70). He earned his A.B. from St. John’s University in 1949 and his J.D. from Columbia University in 1952; he also studied as a graduate fellow at Yale University (1958-59). Admitted to the New York Bar in 1952, Professor Kellenberg served as a legal officer in the U.S. Air Force and engaged in private law practice in New York City from 1953 to 1955.
Professor Kellenberg taught in the areas of environmental, energy, minerals, water, agricultural, land-use, public-lands, and housing and community development law. He has been a member of the International Third World Legal Studies Association since 1965.
Born into Eternal Life April 8, 2016