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Knox Law Continues Tradition of Service to the Legal Profession

Posted on June 11, 2019

Knox Law has a deeply rooted tradition of service to the legal profession which continues with our current attorneys. A few recent updates include the following.

Christine (Chris) McClure

Christine H. McClurehas been re-appointed by incoming Pennsylvania Bar Association (PBA) President Anne John to the Judicial Campaign Advertising Committee, which oversees campaign complaints by and against those running for appellate judicial positions. She has been on this committee since 2015. She was also re-appointed to the Women in the Profession Committee, on which she has served since 2010. Finally, she was re-elected as Secretary of the Pennsylvania Bar Foundation at their annual meeting in May — a post she has held since 2008.

Neal Devlin

Along with Ms. McClure, Neal R. Devlin is now a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association's House of Delegates, which is the body charged with setting the policy of PBA.

Thomas (Tom) Tupitza

Thomas A. Tupitzawas recently re-appointed to the PBA Charitable Organizations and Legal Services to the Public committees.

Timothy (Tim) Sennett

Timothy M. Sennett was recently re-elected Secretary of the Pennsylvania Association of Bond Lawyers and is also a past President of that organization.

William (Bill) Helbling

William B. Helbling recently chaired the 2019 AKT 5K Race Committee for the Erie County Bar Association. The race proceeds benefited the Attorneys and Kids Together mentoring program.

Aurora Hardin

Aurora L. Hardin was reappointed to the PBA’s Women in the Profession Committee.

She joined Knox Law in 2018 and focuses her practice on litigation.

For more information, please contact Sarah Holland.