Daniella Price and Alisha Lubin, both ’15, were elected to the executive committee of the National Bar Association’s Women Lawyers Division, Philadelphia Chapter.
Price, who was elected president of the chapter, is law clerk to Judge Jacqueline Allen, of the First Judicial District of Pennsylvania. While at law school, Price was vice president of the Women’s Law Society and competed in the ABA Negotiation Competition and the Black Law Student Association's Mock Trial Team.
Lubin, elected chapter vice president, is law clerk to Judge Leon W. Tucker, the supervising judge of the First Judicial District of Pennsylvania. As a student, Lubin was president of the Women’s Law Society, vice president of the Black Law Students Association and director of programming for the National Black Law Students Association.
They appear in the photo with Amina Daniels, treasurer of the NBA Women Lawyers Division, Philadelphia Chapter.