Elected and Appointed

David A. Weinstein, a partner with Archer & Greiner, began serving his second three-year term on the Board of Education in Moorestown Township, N.J.

Weinstein was re-elected in November and sworn in January during the board’s reorganization meeting.


William J. Clements was elected chairman of the Upper Merion Township Zoning Hearing Board.

Clements is of counsel in the litigation department at Klehr Harrison Harvey Branzburg.


Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young attorney Kristin M. McKenna was elected to the board of directors of the Enchantment Theatre Co., a nonprofit organization based in Philadelphia that produces original theater for young audiences and families.

McKenna advises closely held businesses and owners on a broad range of tax issues.


Robert R. Watson Jr. was elected shareholder at Eastburn and Gray.

Watson is a member of the firm’s construction, litigation, municipal and land use practice groups. He practices at the firm’s Blue Bell, Pa., office.


Stephanie Nolan Deviney, an attorney in the Exton, Pa., office of Fox Rothschild, was elected vice chair of Pennsylvania State University‘s board of trustees.


Daniel Ferhat, Chunsheng (Tony) Lu and Justin Proper of White and Williams were elected to the firm’s partnership.

Ferhat is a member of the health care group who focuses his practice on health care litigation and general liability matters.

Lu is co-chair of the China business group and focuses his practice on corporate and business matters.

Proper is a member of the general commercial litigation group and handles all aspects of complex commercial litigation.


Reema Kanzaria joined Dinsmore & Shohl as an associate in the corporate department and member of the bankruptcy and restructuring practice group.

She will practice in the firm’s Philadelphia office.


Kelley L. Menzano joined Hangley Aronchick Segal Pudlin & Schiller as an associate in the family law practice, resident in the Norristown, Pa., office.

She focuses her practice on matters involving prenuptial agreements, divorce, domestic violence and paternity.


Edgcomb Law Group added two new partners, Nancy Wilms and Tiffany Hedgpeth, and opened the firm’s first Southern California office.

Wilms and Hedgpeth, both former partners at Bingham McCutchen, focus their practice on environmental litigation and will spearhead the opening of Edgcomb’s new office in Burbank, Calif.


The Legal will be publishing for the first time the Best Law Firm Corporate Practices supplement in 2013, honoring the top general corporate practices, as well as specialty transactional areas including: Real Estate, Finance and M&A, Bankruptcy/Reorganization, Non-litigation IP and Corporate Governance.

Firms of all sizes are invited and should submit themselves for consideration. The deadline is March 4. Full instructions are available at www.law.com/image/pa/ads/corp2013a.pdf. Contact bseal@alm.com for more information.


Temple University’s Beasley School of Law is set to host an event titled "Bullying: Redefining Boundaries, Responsibility and Harm," sponsored byTemple Political and Civil Rights Law Review.

The daylong event is scheduled from 9:15 a.m. to 6:15 p.m. February 23.

The keynote speaker will be Emily Bazelon, a senior editor at Slate.

Visit www.law.temple.edu/bullying to register. Attendees are eligible to receive up to five substantive credits of Pennsylvania CLE and one ethics credit.