Tom Duffy was chosen to deliver this year's Herbert F. Kolsby Distinguished Lectureship in Trial Advocacy, or "The Kolsby Lecture,” as it is commonly known, at Temple University.
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This article was originally published in the January 26, 2016 "Products Liability" supplement of The Legal Intelligencer, the oldest law journal in the United States.
Sarah Dooley recently spoke to a group of over 550 college-aged women as a part of the “Founder’s Day” celebration of the Phi Sigma Sigma sorority.
Founded in 1966, CLS is Philadelphia’s oldest and largest nonprofit law firm devoted to ensuring the access to justice for low-income people.
Ken Fulginiti delivered a Continuing Legal Education program to over 100 members of the Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association entitled “Getting it Done – Wrongful Death, Survival Claims and Minor’s Compromise.”
Inclusion is based entirely on peer-review and more than 6.7 million detailed evaluations of lawyers by other lawyers.
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In declining to hear argument in a personal injury case against Toyota dealerships, the state Supreme Court has allowed a $15.6 million verdict against the car company to stand.
The award recognizes an individual who is pivotal in supporting CLS’s mission of ensuring that low-income Philadelphia residents have equal access to justice by providing them with advice and representation in civil legal matters.
Maria Mangano, the director of career services at Mercy Vocational High School, was awarded a $5,000,000 settlement for severe injuries she sustained when she slipped on wet flooring glue.