Join us as we enjoy a low-key happy hour with our clients and “friends of the firm,” which, if you are reading this, means you. No topic, no agenda; just an opportunity to mingle with some fresh faces and check out Conshohocken Brewery’s newest location on us.
Regina Robson was recently made a member of the Beta Gamma Sigma chapter at St. Joseph’s University. Beta Gamma Sigma is an academic honor society whose purpose is to foster personal and professional excellence among its members with a particular emphasis on ethical leadership. Congratulations, Regina on this wonderful honor.
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