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Innovations in Energy and Emerging Issues in Law

Blank Rome's Marvin Comisky Conference Center, Philadelphia, PA

Blank Rome LLP is proud to host the upcoming panel discussion on "Innovations in Energy and Emerging Issues in Law," presented by PECO Energy Co. and the Hispanic Bar Association of Pennsylvania (“HBAPA”), on September 21, 2016, from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Blank Rome’s Marvin Comisky Conference Center in the Firm’s Philadelphia office.

Judge L. Felipe Restrepo of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit will be the keynote speaker, and Priscilla Jimenez, President of HBAPA’s Board of Directors and attorney at Kline & Specter, will serve as a feature panelist along with Blank Rome Associate Melissa Fundora Murphy. Blank Rome Partner and Chief Officer of Diversity and Inclusion Christopher Lewis will be in attendance, as well as Blank Rome Partner Brian Paszamant.

A networking reception will follow the panel discussion, and recent law graduates and students are encouraged to attend.

To RSVP for this panel discussion, please click here.


About HBAPA

The Hispanic Bar Association of Pennsylvania is a professional organization composed of members of the Bar and law students of Hispanic ancestry as well as other interested persons. The HBAPA was founded to provide a forum for Hispanic and other lawyers who are interested in effecting change in their communities, and works collaboratively with other specialty, county, state, and national bar associations to promote the administration of justice and the social, professional, and educational advancement of Latinos. To learn more, please visit www.hbapa.net.

About PECO Energy Co.

​PECO focuses on delivering innovation and advancing smart energy to provide safe, reliable, affordable, and clean energy and energy services for its customers, and supports numerous local organizations, sponsoring innovative programs and events to promote arts and culture, diversity, education, the environment, and more. PECO has been operating in the Greater Philadelphia region for more than 130 years, and was recently named by Forbes Magazine as the “Best Midsize Utility Employer in the Nation” and second best midsize employer in the Greater Philadelphia region. To learn more, please visit www.peco.com.