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Philadelphia City Council Honors ‘11 Alumna for Advocacy on Behalf of Injured Workers

Philadelphia City Councilman David Oh and '11 alumna Priscilla Jimenez Philadelphia City Councilman David Oh and Priscilla Jimenez

August 14, 2019

The Philadelphia City Council recognized ‘11 alumna Priscilla Jimenez for her advocacy on behalf of injured workers and other clients who have sustained injuries.

Council President Darrell Clarke and Councilman David Oh presented Jimenez with a citation on July 22 recognizing her work in personal injury law and representing injured workers.

An associate at Kline & Specter, Jimenez was named on the 2019 Philly Labor Who’s Who list for her representation of injured workers and others.

Previously, Jimenez has been recognized as a “Lawyer on the Fast Track” by The Legal Intelligencer, and she was chosen by the independent rating service Super Lawyers as a 2015-2019 Pennsylvania "Rising Star." She appears in the 2017, 2018 and 2019 editions of “Best Lawyers in America,” the oldest peer-reviewed publication in the legal profession. The former president of the Hispanic Bar Association of Pennsylvania, Jimenez was recognized as one of Pennsylvania's 100 Most Influential Latino Leaders by WITF, the Harrisburg area affiliate of the Public Broadcasting Service.

While in law school, Jimenez was a member of the Trial Team and received the James J. Manderino Award for Trial Advocacy from the Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association.