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New Addition O’Brien & Ryan has announced that Kelly Wright has returned to the firm. Wright will concentrate her practice in commercial and corporate litigation as well as general corporate matters. Speakers Greg B. Emmons, a partner in the real estate department at the Doylestown office of Fox Rothschild, will present a course titled Real Estate Essentials for the Domestic Attorney on March 17 at the Bucks County Bar Association building. The intermediate-level course will offer an overview of real estate issues an attorney should consider during the representation of a domestic client and will include forms and practice hints. The program is co-sponsored with the bar association family law section and has been approved for two substantive CLE credits. Emmons focuses his practice on real estate brokerage law and professional liability issues in addition to general real estate law, business law and related litigation. Shereen C. Chen, a lawyer with the Voorhees, N.J., office of Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll, spoke at Advanced Immigration Practice: Strategies & Solutions for Specific Occupations on Wednesday, Jan. 21, at the New Jersey Law Center in New Brunswick. The event focused on understanding non-immigrant and immigrant visa requirements for specific industries and professions, such as the hospitality industry, health care industry, educational arena, technology industry, and religious and nonprofit arena. Chen is an associate in the litigation department and a member of the labor and employment group. She concentrates in the areas of immigration and nationality law. Elected and Appointed Marvin Larsson Henkin & Scheuritzel has announced that Peter F. Marvin has been appointed to the American Arbitration Association’s national panel of neutrals for commercial cases and construction cases. Beverly R. Budin, a partner in the family wealth management group at Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll, has been elected to the board of regents of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel for a three-year term. The college is a professional association consisting of approximately 2,700 lawyers throughout the United States, all of whom are elected to membership on the basis of having made substantial contributions to the field of trusts and estates. The Cape May School of Media Arts has appointed Stephen A. Sheller as chairman of the board of trustees and Glenn P. Callahan as vice chairman of university relations. The school of media arts is the first college in New Jersey to offer students the opportunity to study in a professional program leading to an associate in fine arts degree in film and related arts. Sheller is founder and managing partner of Sheller Ludwig & Badey, and he maintains a national practice in drug and medical device liability, medical malpractice, toxic torts, complex catastrophic personal injuries and civil rights. Callahan is a partner in Keeley & Callahan. He represents large and small companies in commercial, class action and construction litigation. Event On May 17, the nation will commemorate the 50th anniversary of the historic U.S. Supreme Court decision in Brown v. Board of Education. The Philadelphia Bar Association is looking for lawyers who are old enough to remember the Brown decision and whose lives Brown has touched in one way or another. If you have a story to tell about your own experiences with the Brown decision, you may be asked to participate in a program the morning of Wednesday, May 5, which the association is co-sponsoring with the Philadelphia School District as part of Law Week at the school district headquarters on the Ben Franklin Parkway. Your real-life experience may be incorporated into a telecast, which will be carried by the school district’s new television channel. No matter how insignificant your experience seem, we are interested in hearing about it. Lawyers who think they might like to participate should contact Dan Cirucci at 215-238-6340 or e-mail their stories to [email protected].

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