A message from the BCBA President:
Remarkable peers are members of the Bucks County Bar Association
This year marks a very exciting time for lawyers in Bucks County. For the first time in the association’s history we have partnered with a media source to highlight county attorneys who go way “above and beyond” in their commitment to their communities, their profession, and society as a whole.
We applaud the Herald’s creativity in establishing different categories to demonstrate the depth and breadth of the good works and character of “Lawyers Among Us.” Many of us in the profession knew of the remarkable peers with whom we work and interact, but few outside of our association knew of our unsung heroes: mentors, coaches, teachers, multi-talented musicians, artists and authors.
We hope you enjoy reading about these outstanding citizens and lawyers. We also hope you come away with a positive impression about these individuals, and the association and profession they represent. Please also note that the Bucks County Bar Association (and the Bar Foundation) also prides itself in the good works it does for the community, through various endeavors, including its Pro Bono work, Lawyer Referral Service, Traffic School, and advocacy for various causes dedicated to bettering our county, our Commonwealth, and our nation, promoting access for all to the justice system at each of those levels.
If you want to learn more about the Bar Association, its work, opportunities, and/or its members, please feel free to visit our website at: www.bucksbar.com, or call the Association’s office, at 215-348-9413.
David J. Truelove, Esq.
BCBA President, 2017
Back Row (left to right): Sarah Eastburn, John Fioravanti, Jr., Stuart Wilder, Marshal David, Jordan Yeager, Frank Guarrieri, Matthew Weintraub, and Dean Arthur.
Front Row (left to right): Keila M. Wilder, Barbara N. Lyons, Judith Algeo, Sandra A. Romaszewski, Marijo Murphy, Theresa M. Golding, and Joanne M. Murray