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Rutgers-Camden Law Student Wins Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association Award
For Immediate Release
CAMDEN -- Philadelphia resident Regina McKenna, a 2011 graduate of the Rutgers School of Law–Camden, is the recipient of the 2011 James J. Manderino Award for Trial Advocacy from the Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association.
The PTLA presents the award to graduating law students who display outstanding achievement in trial advocacy. The annual awards commemorate Manderino, the late Speaker of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives
McKenna, 25, received her Juris Doctor degree cum laude from the Rutgers–Camden law school in May. While at Rutgers–Camden, she was a member of the Rutgers Trial Advocacy Competition Team that placed fifth in the national American Association for Justice Student Advocacy Trial Competition in Las Vegas in March.
She has been selected to serve as a judicial clerk to the Honorable Heidi Willis Currier, a Superior Court judge in Middlesex County, Civil Division, for 2011-12.
McKenna received her bachelor’s degree in criminology and justice studies from The College of New Jersey in 2007. A 2004 graduate of Mount Saint Joseph Academy in Flourtown, Pa., she is the daughter of Philadelphia residents Joni and Danny McKenna.
She resides in the Lawndale section of Northeast Philadelphia.
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