Meet and Greet with A. Nicole Phillips, Esq., Montgomery County’s Candidate for Common Pleas Judge

Meet Montgomery County’s Candidate for Judge of the Court of Common Pleas
Montgomery County Bar Association and Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce join to present live virtual event slated for Wednesday, April 14 at 5 P.M.

A. Nicole Phillips, Esq. (D) Candidate for Judge 38th Judicial District Court of Common Pleas, Montgomery County, PA

Organizers urge residents to register early and to submit questions for the candidate to: events@montgomerybar.org no later than 5 pm on Friday, April 10 for consideration.

On Wednesday, April 14, 2021 at 5:00 P.M., leaders of the Montgomery Bar Association and Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce will join in presenting a very special “Meet and Greet with A. Nicole Phillips, Esq., Montgomery County’s Candidate for Common Pleas Judge.”  The livestreamed judicial candidate meet and greet and moderator-led question and answer forum will be hosted virtually via Zoom.  Moderators for the program will be Montgomery Bar Association President Jacqueline M. Reynolds, Esq. and Montgomery County Chamber President Lee Koch, Esq.

Phillips (D) is a resident of Montgomery County and received a “Recommended” rating in the “Report of the Autonomous Judiciary Committee of the Montgomery Bar Association” released in February of this year.  She spent most of her legal career as a prosecutor for the United States Attorney’s Office and Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office on her path to being named a Partner in the Litigation Department of Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads, LLP, and a member of the firm’s White Collar and Government Investigations Practice Group.  Phillips is seeking the single open seat for the 38th Judicial District, Court of Common Pleas in Montgomery County, PA (Pennsylvania’s Trial Level Court).  The judicial seat will be filled January 2022.  Phillips has received the endorsement of the Montgomery County Democratic Committee (MCDC).

Montgomery County residents who wish to attend may do by registering in advance on the Bar Association’s website, MontgomeryBar.org.  Organizers urge residents to register early and to submit questions for the candidate to: events@montgomerybar.org no later than 5 pm on Friday, April 10 for consideration.

About The Montgomery Bar Association
Established in 1885 to professionalize the county’s practice of law, the Montgomery Bar Association (MBA) is one of our nation’s oldest and most respected bar associations, representing over 2,100 legal professionals in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.  Now, as then, the MBA exists to uphold legal and ethical standards in our legal community.  As the third largest Bar Association in Pennsylvania, the MBA has a longstanding tradition of service to its membership and the community.   For members, the Bar Association offers an important arena for networking, professional development, and education.  For the community, the MBA serves as a legal resource offering education, legal assistance, funds, and resources for individuals and agencies in need.  The Association is actively engaged in public service through community outreach, free educational events, programs like the Montgomery Child Advocacy Project and the Mock Trial Competitions for high-school students, and much more.  For more information on the Montgomery Bar Association, visit www.montgomerybar.org.

About The Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce
Established in 1912,The Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce provides its nearly 400 member companies instant access to one of suburban Philadelphia’s largest business networks, and is one of the strongest, most active business advocacy agencies in Montgomery County. Dedicated to our members’ growth and prosperity, we can help grow your business, connect you to leaders and legislators and provide valuable savings on benefits and services.

Tickets:
Member $0: $
Non-Member $0: $