Shandra Kisailus and her father, attorney Clement E. Kisailus, are celebrating their law school graduations, 50 years apart. Shandra graduated from the Dickinson School of Law on May 11. While at Dickinson, she chaired the Mock Trial Competition Committee, after winning the competition in her first year. She served as student work editor for the Law School’s Journal of Law and International Affairs and was a member of the Student Bar Association’s Honor Code Committee and was the vice president for the Speaker’s Trust Fund. Shandra clerked for Judge Oler, Cumberland County, and interned with Judge Amesbury, Luzerne County. She also helped to create a group called Friends of the Dickinson School of Law, a collaboration of students, alumni and community members who seek to ensure the future prosperity of the law school. Attorney Clement Kisailus is also celebrating a law school milestone, his 50th anniversary of graduating from the Seton Hall School of Law in 1963. He returned to Seton Hall on May 24 to join his classmates in leading the 2013 graduating class procession. Shandra is also the daughter of attorney Veronica S. Kisailus. They have a law practice in Wilkes-Barre.