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The purpose of the Club, when it was originally
formed, was to encourage among its members social intercourse
and a free discussion of matters affecting lawyers; elevating
the standard of professional ethics, aiding in all movements
looking toward the prompt and efficient administration of
justice, the promotion of legislation for that purpose,
and the maintenance of a club house and library for the
use of members.
Today the Club functions as a professional organization which sponsors three
informal cocktail receptions for the judges of various Pennsylvania courts and
the members of the federal bench sitting in Philadelphia.
Historically, the fall reception is in honor of the Philadelphia Court of Common
Pleas and the Philadelphia Municipal Court. Generally there is a fall reception
honoring one or more of the appellate courts. The spring reception honors the
judges of the Federal bench including the judges of the Third Circuit, judges
of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, Bankruptcy Court, and the federal magistrates.
These receptions provide an informal venue for members of the bench and bar to
meet and become better acquainted outside of the demands of a formal legal proceeding.
These informal receptions are a positive way to permit members of the bench and
bar to interact.
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Pictured in this photograph is the panel from the CLE that preceded the Lawyers' Club Reception on May 15. From left to right are:
Mohamed Bakry who moderated the CLE; to his left is Chip Becker an Appellate Specialist from Kline & Specter, The Honorable Alice Beck Dubow of the Pennsylvania Superior Court, Kevin Mincey who represented the Plaintiff's Trial Bar, Teresa Sachs, an Appellate lawyer from Marshall Dennehey and to her left is Michael Turner, a Trial lawyer from Marshall Dennehey.
At the Board of Directors' meeting on January 9,2017, Tom Brophy presented Laurie Besden, the Executive Director of Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers with a check for $5000 from the club's Aid Fund to support the good work done by LCC in support of the legal community.