Three prominent members of the legal community will be honored at the eighth annual DU Law Stars dinner, given by the University of Denver College of Law, on Wednesday, Sept. 20 at the Westin Hotel Tabor Center, 1672 Lawrence St. at 6 p.m. This dinner benefits the DU Student Law Office and the Alumni Merit Scholarship Fund. Call Laura Dean at (303) 871-6122 for tickets. The cost is $150 per ticket.
Stanton D. Rosenbaum
Stanton D. Rosenbaum will receive the Outstanding Alumni Award for his professional achievements and community service. Rosenbaum has been practicing law in Denver for 40 years and has specialized in tax, real estate, estate planning and corporate law. During the Korean War, he served in the Judge Advocate Program. He has been involved with the Allied Jewish Foundation in Denver and is involved in other legal, political and community causes. Rosenbaum is a part-time faculty member at the DU Law School, and teaches trust law and alternative dispute resolution.
Beverly J. Quail
Beverly J. Quail will receive the Alumni Professionalism Award for exemplifying ethics in the legal profession and dedicating herself to volunteerism. She is the head of the Denver Real Estate Department at Ballard, Spahr, Andrew and Ingersoll, and has been an attorney for 24 years. Author of numerous books and articles, Quail is the first woman to become chair of the ABA Real Property, Probate and Trust Section. She was listed in the "Who's Who of American Women" and is determined to help women fit into male-dominated firms.
Mark A. Vogel
Mark A. Vogel will receive the Alumni Teaching Award for his dedication to teaching. Director of the graduate program at the DU College of Law, he holds joint appointments to the College of Law and DU's Daniels College of Business. He has been teaching graduate tax at DU since 1976, instructing 13-15 classes per year. He has received three teaching awards in that time. Vogel has co-authored four books and oversees many continuing education seminars.