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Judge Snyder is currently a distinguished neutral mediator and arbitrator at The Dispute Resolution Institute, working to resolve conflict across many different areas of legal practice.
In response to recent reports that Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas Judge Mark Tranquilli is alleged to have made racially derogatory comments about a black juror, Philadelphia Bar Association Chancellor Hon. A. Michael Snyder (ret.) issued the following statement…
The Philadelphia Bar Association is in full bloom! Connect, engage, and grow with fellow members of YOUR Association at our Spring Quarterly Meeting on Wed., March 25, from 6-9 p.m., at The Lucy, on Broad & Locust Streets.
Philadelphia Bar Association Chancellor Hon. A. Michael Snyder (Ret.) will move the admission of up to 25 members to the Bar of the Supreme Court of the United States on Monday, May 4. The admission ceremony will occur before the full Supreme Court sitting in Washington, D.C.
The Workers' Compensation Section is pleased to announce that our first Charitable Collection for 2020 will be for St. John's Hospice located in Center City Philadelphia. Donations will be accepted at the January lunch and learn CLE on January 24, 2020.
The Philadelphia Bar Association's Board of Governors adopted a resolution in December in memoriam of Allan H. Gordon.
Wesley R. Payne, IV is a partner at White and Williams LLP and served on the Board of Governors from 2006–2015 as a member, assistant treasurer and treasurer. For the last two years, he has served as a non-voting member on the Board of Governors of the Pennsylvania Bar Association as the Zone 1 Governor. Payne will serve as Vice Chancellor of the Association in 2020 after running unopposed in the Association's 2019 Annual Election, which culminated at 5:30 p.m. on Dec. 12, 2019.
The Philadelphia Bar Association today commended the Philadelphia City Council for passing Bill No. 190386, Legal Representation in Landlord Tenant Court, launching Philadelphia into the forefront of the national movement of American cities providing a right to counsel for low-income tenants facing eviction. The legislation was strongly supported by the Philadelphia Bar Association.