O'Melveny 2022 Class Notes

1 O’Melveny & Myers LLP I omm.com 1976 GREYSON BRYAN (CLASS OF 1976) is pleased to announce the publication of his new novel, ABROAD: A Novel of Cross-Cultural Encounters. Booklife calls it “[a]n ambitious globe-crossing narrative of interconnected lives and loves . . . Bryan dramatizes the ways that cultural capital can help build lifelong connections that teach us how we deal with ourselves and those outside our experience.” New York Times best-selling author, Imbolo Mbue, said of ABROAD: “[S]upremely readable, ABROAD is a celebration of travel and all ways it can lead us to rediscover ourselves and relearn the true meaning of love.” Bryan hopes O’Melveny alumni and friends enjoy reading it and, as always, he looks forward to their comments. 1978 CATHY PEPE (CLASS OF 1978) released her first and second novels in the Grandma Gang Mysteries children’s book series. Cathy’s first novel, Donny and Mary Grace’s California Adventures, was the #1 bestseller in December on the Online Book Club app in the Children’s Books category and has been selected by the Online Book Club for their May 2023 book of the month. Cathy’s first novel, as well as her second novel, Donny and Mary Grace and the Dognappers, are available for purchase at Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble, and other book stores. 1966 DON BLISS (CLASS OF 1966) teaches adult education courses at Johns Hopkins University and American University in Washington, DC. Don’s latest book on our fragile democracy, Mark Twain’s Ten Lessons for a Healthy Democracy, is available exclusively at www.politics-prose.com. 1968 PHILIP MAUSE (CLASS OF 1968) is involved in film production. His first film, Framed in Miami, was released in Italy on Discovery+ and led the charts for several weeks. Philip is wrapping up production on his second film — Railroaded in Reading — and it should be out this summer. 1971 THE HONORABLE MARTIN GLENN (CLASS OF 1971) was named Chief Bankruptcy Judge for the Southern District of New York. 1974 ROBERT SIEGEL (CLASS OF 1974) was named among the Daily Journal’s 2022 “Top Labor & Employment Lawyers.” Classes