Irish American Writers & Artists

October 17, 2013

IAW&A Attorney, Stephen Fearon, Receives Lifetime Achievement Award from Fordham University

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Please join us in congratulating, Stephen J. Fearon, pro bono attorney for Irish American Writers and Artists on his Lifetime Achievement Award from the Fordham University School of Law.  The Fordham Law School Lifetime Achievement Award honors a graduate who, in a lifetime of extraordinary achievement, has embodied the Law School’s highest ideals of excellence and service.

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Stephen was presented with the award at the Seventh Annual Golden Rams Luncheon  on September 20th.

From the award event’s brochure:

“Stephen J. Fearon joined Condon & Forsyth LLP in 1967. Steve concentrates on trial and appellate work on behalf of the firm’s airline clients. He has written many articles on aviation law and has conducted numerous seminars under the auspices of the International Air Transport Association and the Air Transport Association for representatives of member airlines. Steve is currently an Adjunct Professor of Law at Fordham Law School and frequently lectures on aviation issues. In2006, he received the Distinguished Alumnus Award from the Fordham Law Alumni Association.

“Steve is admitted to the bar of New York (1964), the District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts ofNew York (1967), the U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit (1967), and the U.S. Supreme Court  (1985).

“He is a member of The Association of the Bar of the City of New York (member, Aeronautical Law Committee, 1975-1978, 1984-1986), the New York State (member, Aviation Law Committee, 1982.-1986) and American Bar Associations. He is also a member, Executive Committee of the New York County  Lawyer’s Association, the American Inns of Court, a member of the Board of the Fordham Law Alumni Association, and a board member for Thorpe Family Residences, Bronx, New York. Among his other distinctions, Steve is also a member of the Character and Fitness Committee of the New York Supreme Court  Appellate Division, First Department.”

Comhghairdeas leat, Steve!

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