I got around a lot in 2014 as you can see in this photo album. My year started in Israel as I was fortunate that Yael Efron arranged invitations for me to give talks at her school in Zefat. It so happened that a bunch of FOIs were in Israel at the time and I had a wonderful New Year’s lunch with them, as you will see. Doug Frenkel and his wife also happened to be in Israel at the time and they arranged for a tour of the Palestinian territories with someone in the group, Seeds for Peace, though I don’t have a good photo of them to post.
At the ABA conference in April, Lisa Blomgren Amsler received the scholarship award. It was especially neat to see Gina Brown, her former student, present her the award.
I went to the SEALS conference in August and was too busy goofing off to get many good photos of people, but I got a nice shot of Rishi Batra and Andrea.
Finally, I went on the ABA SDR trip to Cuba in November. I previously blogged about it, including a link to lots of shots from that trip. The photos on that post don’t include shots of people on the tour except a shot of the whole group. This post has two shots from that trip.
Noam Ebner, Sharon Press, Barry Kantrowitz, John Lande, David Matz, Ann Harrell, and Yael Efron in a Jerusalem cafe on New Year’s Day.
Here are shots from the ABA SDR Conference in Miami.
Gina Brown presenting the Scholarship Award to Lisa Blomgren Amsler
Tim Hedeen, Roselle Wissler
Jay Folberg, Stephanie Smith, Howard Herman
Colleen Baker, Carli Conklin, Imre Szalai
Cynthia Alkon, Peter Reilly
Michelle LeBaron, Noam Ebner
Ellen Deason, Kristen Blankley, Tracey Frisch
Ron Aronovsky, Lauren Newell
Lydia Nussbaum, Jen Reynolds, Phil Moses
Joan Stearns Johnsen, Jill Gross
Charlie Pillsbury, Terry Amsler, Tim Hedeen, Phil Moses
Alyson Carrel, Mary Novak, Susan Yates
Sukhsimranjit Singh, Jackie Font-Guzmán
John Lande, Noam Ebner
Susan Exon, Ellen Waldman
Noam Ebner, friend, Sharon Press
Andrea Schneider, Rishi Batra at SEALS Conference
Stuart Widman in Cuba
Jeff Krivis, Brian Breiter, Paul Monicatti in Cuba (I can’t help but call them the three amigos)