Wednesday, October 6, 2021

Charlie Sullivan

Last week, Seton Hall held a retirement party for our friend, Charlie Sullivan. It's truly bittersweet, as I'm very happy for Charlie but sad to see him retire. As readers of the blog know, Charlie has been an extraordinary contributor to the field, especially in employment discrimination, and through all the students he's taught. In 2020, the Seton Hall Law Review held a symposium on Charlie’s scholarship, which highlighted many of his contributions. Finally, Steve Willborn was kind enough to send some pictures, which are below (I know two are sideways, but I'm having a battle with Typepad's photo editor ... and losing badly).

Best of luck Charlie!!

Jeff Hirsch

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I think you'll be able to see photos here. I've not been served with papers for retaliation yet.

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Posted by: Steve Willborn | Oct 6, 2021 1:19:44 PM

Charlie and Mike Zimmer were among the reasons I gravitated toward employment law upon graduating from SHU Law School 39 1/2 years ago. Thanks Charlie and Mike.

Posted by: Christine Michelle Duffy | Oct 7, 2021 4:05:59 AM

Thanks Steve!

Posted by: Jeff | Oct 7, 2021 8:35:48 AM

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