Sarah Dooley Admitted to US Supreme Court
At the ceremony, Dooley, along with other members of the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division, were presented for admission and welcomed by Chief Justice John Roberts before they swore to support the Constitution of the United States.
This designation allows attorneys to argue cases before the United States Supreme Court. Admission is only granted if an attorney is sponsored by two current members of the Supreme Court Bar and has been an attorney in good standing for at least three years.
Sarah Dooley joined Duffy + Partners in 2012 after earning her law degree at Widener University School of Law, where she was recognized with a “Pro-Bono Distinction” and a student bar association award, both given based on her community service and dedication to the school. In 2016, she was accepted for membership in the National Trial Lawyers Top 40 Under 40, and in 2017 was named to the list of the “Top Ten Under 40” of the National Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys (NAOPIA).
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