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’11 Alumna Elected Pennsylvania Minority Governor to the American Association for Justice

Priscilla Jimenez, '11

July 17, 2018

Priscilla Jimenez, ‘11, has been elected by the Pennsylvania Association for Justice to serve as minority governor to the American Association for Justice, which advocates for a balanced civil justice system and provides ongoing education to help attorneys to provide excellent advocacy for their clients.

An associate at Kline & Specter and a bilingual trial lawyer, Jimenez has held numerous leadership posts in the legal community. She is past president of the Hispanic Bar Association of Pennsylvania and of the Hispanic Bar Association’s Legal Education Fund. She is the Minority Caucus representative for the New Jersey Association of Justice and a member of the Concilio Board of Directors. She also serves on the Public Interest Law Center’s Board of Directors.

Jimenez has gained widespread recognition for her accomplishments as an attorney, named a Rising Star by Super Lawyers from 2015-2018, a Lawyer on the Fast Track by The Legal Intelligencer and chosen for the 2017 and 2018 editions of “Best Lawyers in America,” the oldest peer-reviewed publication in the profession.

Upon graduation from law school, Jimenez received the James J. Manderino Award for Trial Advocacy from Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association, based on her performance as a member of the Trial Team.