I ran into two of my favorites at the recent Chunukah Party sponsored by the Louis D. Brandeis Law Society. Sayde J. Ladov and Louis W. Fryman are two of the most talented people in town. Sayde is the Vice Chancellor (soon to be Chancellor-Elect) of the Philadelphia Bar Association and Lou (who has held every post imaginable) gives new meaning to the term "pillar of the community." At the event Lou received the Benjamin F. Levy Community Service Award.
One of these legal luminaries is the sassiest and the other is the classiest. Can you tell which is which?
What difference does it make? I love them both!