Main Line Today magazine has published its “Top Lawyers” list for 2010 and once again, Widener Law alumni dominate the publication’s roll of outstanding attorneys.
The magazine is a culture and lifestyle publication covering Philadelphia’s Main Line and its western suburbs. For 2010, it named Widener Law graduates tops in nine legal specialties.
The magazine accepted nominations in 15 practice areas and hundreds of votes were cast to determine who would be named the best.
“It is gratifying to see our alumni singled out in this way,” Law Dean Linda L. Ammons
said. “We already know Widener Law graduates are leaders, but it is exciting to see these nine recognized for the respect they command in the legal community.”
Among the best were:
Business law: Pamela Raab, ’07 of Palmarella, Curry & Kelly PC in Wayne, Pa. She was chosen out of 19 nominees.
Criminal defense: William DeNardo, ’97, a solo practitioner in Plymouth Meeting, Pa. He was chosen out of 16 nominees.
Divorce law: Gregory LaMonaca, ’94 of The Law Office of Gregory P. LaMonaca in Media, Pa. He was chosen out of 20 nominees.
Elder law: Robert R. DeLong Jr., ’99 of The Law Office of Robert R. DeLong Jr. in Media, Pa. He was chosen out of 13 nominees.
Labor law for employees: Richard Bateman, ’89, a solo practitioner in Media, Pa. He was chosen out of 13 nominees and was involved in the magazine’s first tie for a top spot. His co-winner was West Chester, Pa. attorney William T. Wilson, a graduate of Duke University School of Law.
Personal bankruptcy law: Robert E. O’Connor, ‘96 of the Law Offices of Robert E. O’Connor in Media, Pa. He was chosen from nine nominees.
Personal injury law: Timothy Rayne, ’95 of MacElree Harvey in Kennett Square, Pa. He was chosen out of 22 nominees.
Real estate law: Scott R. Reidenbach, ’97 of Reidenbach & Associates LLC in Wayne, Pa. He was chosen out of 23 nominees.
Workers’ compensation law: David R. Cherry, ’95 of Cherry, Finger & Marciano LLP of Media, Pa. He was chosen out of 13 nominees.
All the honorees graduated from the Delaware campus. To read the story, visit http://www.mainlinetoday.com/Main-Line-Today/August-2010/Top-Lawyers-2010/