Off The Clock: Gross McGinley attorneys participate in 2014 Law Day
Attorneys from Allentown law firm Gross McGinley LLP participated in 2014 Law Day, a day established by the American Bar Association to reflect on the role the law has played in the founding of the nation and its importance in society. The firm’s attorneys helped to communicate this year’s theme – ‘American Democracy and the Rule of Law: Why Every Vote Matters’ – to students from several schools throughout the Greater Lehigh Valley. U.S. Magistrate Judge Henry S. Perkin hosted students from Lehigh Valley Charter Academy for his annual program for Law Day with attorney Samuel Cohen (Gross McGinley LLP) and attorney Catharine Roseberry (Lehigh County).
Highmark was the presenting sponsor at LifePath’s 29th Annual Golf Outing at Silver Creek Country Club in Hellertown. Melinda Beck, director of client management at Highmark, along with Jane Brooks and Chad R. Houck of Highmark, presented a $10,000 check to LifePath’s executive director, Paul Coleman, and board member, Kathy Schreiner. LifePath, based in Bethlehem, provides homes and services to more than 1,200 people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Pictured from left are Brooks, Houck, Schreiner, Coleman and Beck.
This photo was published online on May 29, 2014.
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