Widener Law attorneys among the Main Line’s best
Public Relations - Published: August 12, 2009
mainline500pxSome of Widener Law’s most successful graduates can be found on the glossy pages of Main Line Today magazine.

The culture and lifestyle publication that covers Philadelphia’s Main Line and its western suburbs has announced its “Top Lawyers 2009” list and seven of the 12 best are Widener Law alumni.

The August issue hit newsstands July 27 and the top-lawyer story is teased on the cover.

The magazine accepted nominations in 12 practice areas and hundreds of lawyers cast votes to determine who would be named the best.

“We are so proud to see our alumni singled out in this way, not only because it shows that Widener Law graduates are tops in their fields – but because it illustrates the level of respect they hold in the legal community,” Law Dean Linda L. Ammons said.

Among the best were:

Real estate law: Scott R. Reidenbach, ‘97 of Reidenbach & Associates, LLC in Radnor, Pa. He was chosen out of 29 nominees.

Family law: Gregory P. LaMonaca ’95 of The Law Office of Gregory P. LaMonaca, PC in Media, Pa. He was chosen out of 20 nominees.

Divorce law: Kate Vetrano ‘80 of Vetrano & Vetrano in King of Prussia, Pa. She was chosen from 24 nominees.

Personal injury litigation: Timothy F. Rayne ‘95 of MacElree Harvey, Ltd. in Kennett Square, Pa. He was chosen from 25 nominees.

Workers’ compensation law: David R. Cherry ‘95 of Cherry, Fieger & Marciano, LLP in Media, Pa. He was chosen from 18 nominees.

Personal bankruptcy: Robert E. O’Connor ‘95 of The Law Offices of Robert E. O’Connor in Media, Pa. He was chosen from seven nominees.

Tax law: Ernest D. Palmarella ’78 of Palmarella, Curry & Kelly PC in Wayne, Pa. He was chosen from five nominees.

All the honorees attended the Delaware campus. Read the full story.