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Jim Campbell Presents at the IADC Trial Academy

August 2022

Jim Campbell appeared as guest speaker at the International Association of Defense Counsel  Trial Academy at Stanford University.  Jim’s presentation was entitled “Bumps in the Road:  Challenges Faced by All Trial Lawyers.  Jim was a Trial Academy faculty member in 1997.  He served as the Trial Academy Director in 2005.  He has presented at the…

Lynne Ingram honored with Joseph R. Olshan Award at FDCC Annual Meeting

August 2022

Lynne Ingram received the prestigious Joseph R. Olshan Award, presented annually to a committee chair whose work has made the most outstanding contribution to the advancement of the FDCC’s aspirational goals. Lynne was recognized for her leadership and exceptional dedication to the Federation through her work as the co-chair of the FedSERVES Committee, the philanthropic…

Tom Hinchey and Lynne Ingram Appointed to Additional 3-Year Term on PADC Executive Committee

August 2022

Campbell Conroy & O’Neil congratulates Members Tom Hinchey and Lynne Ingram, who were recently appointed to serve an additional three-year team on the Philadelphia Association of Defense Counsel’s Executive Committee. PADC proudly celebrated its 75th Anniversary this year and is the longest continuously operating local defense organization in the United States. PADC is a two time past honoree of…

Campbell Conroy & O’Neil Sponsors Massachusetts Bar Diversity Event

July 2022

Campbell Conroy & O’Neil is proud to have been a Diversity Champion Sponsor of the Massachusetts Bar Association’s A Celebration of MBA Diversity: Past, Present and Future on May 12, 2022.  The MBA honored United States Attorney for the District of Massachusetts Rachel Rollins and former MBA President Wayne A. Budd with the MBA President’s…

Alaina Devine Featured in IADC’s Defense Counsel Journal

July 2022

CCO Member, Alaina Devine’s article “Out-of-State Witnesses: Are Zoom Trial Appearances a New Normal?” was recently published in the IADC’s Defense Counsel Journal. The article analyzes how developments in video-conferencing technology have changed the legal landscape on compelling witnesses who live beyond the Court’s jurisdiction to appear and testify remotely at trial and examines whether…

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