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Lauren is a litigation partner in the Philadelphia office of Fox Rothschild LLP, a national law firm. She maintains a diverse practice that spans business disputes, insurance litigation and real estate matters.
Anti-discrimination legislation protecting LGBTQIA Pennsylvanians is long overdue, Chancellor Lauren P. McKenna said.
The June 15 webinar focused on creating awareness of elder abuse and outlined tools for protecting the elderly population from abuse, neglect and exploitation.
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The June 14 event featured the authors of a new American Bar Association report on how attorneys were impacted by the pandemic and best practices for moving forward.
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Second- and third-year law students from Philadelphia area law schools are invited to enter our annual legal writing competition.
Philadelphia Bar Association Chancellor Lauren P. McKenna released the following tribute to longtime member Andrew Stern, a well-known Philadelphia personal injury attorney who died on May 29.
At the May 19 Spring Quarterly, Wharton professor Peter Cappelli and a panel of leaders from the legal community discussed best practices around the return to in-person work.
For the second consecutive primary election, only Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas judicial candidates rated “Highly Recommended” or “Recommended” by the Philadelphia Bar Association’s Commission on Judicial Selection and Retention won positions on the November ballot.
The Workers' Compensation Section will host a CLE - Understanding Implicit Bias: How to Promote Equity and Inclusion in the Workplace and Legal World on Friday, May 21.
Chancellor Lauren P. McKenna and Catherine Car and Joseph A. Sullivan, co-chairs of the Civil Gideon and Access to Justice Task Force, urge the city to invest $3 million in eviction prevention funding to contain the housing crisis.