February 12, 2021

Settlement near in case of pot suspect killed by state dozer

By MICHAEL RUBINKAM Associated Press – February 8, 2021, 6:47 PM The estate of a man who was run over by a bulldozer while…

September 14, 2020

‘They Should Apologize’: Archdiocese Of Philadelphia Reviewing Back To School Waiver Scrutinized By Parents, Attorney


August 24, 2020

Lawsuit Filed in Death of Former Magistrate’s Son

By: Jim Vasil BETHLEHEM, Pa. – The sound of water trickling down a stream surrounded by a beautiful landscape in front of a Bethlehem…

August 18, 2020

“Okay, I’m Gonna Fight It”: Growing Your Skillset Through Pro Bono Service

Jordan Strokovsky Featured in Philly VIP Volunteer Spotlight for his Pro Bono Service. In light of his service to disadvantaged Philadelphians, Jordan received special…

August 10, 2020

It’s Time to Stand Up

By: Jordan Strokovsky In the midst of a national conversation about our justice system, it’s become clear that we’re living through a moment that…

June 11, 2020

State Civil’s Call to Action

By: Jordan Strokovsky The COVID-19 pandemic has made the State Civil Litigation Section more important than ever. Since our March Town Hall meeting, which…
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