White and Williams values the relationships we have with our alumni. The White and Williams Alumni Program was created to cultivate relationships with former White and Williams lawyers and allow them an opportunity to strengthen or reestablish relationships with former colleagues and stay current on the lawyers, news and other developments of the firm.
You can also join the White and Williams Alumni Group on LinkedIn for additional firm news, alumni information and informative discussions.
Where Are They Now?
Learn more about the journeys of some of our alumni after their time with White and Williams. Consider sharing your story with us - we would love to hear from you! Please contact Andrea Malone at firstname.lastname@example.org | 215.864.7019.
After working with the firm for six years, Lauren left in 2011 to become a professor of paralegal studies at the Community College of Philadelphia. In this position, in addition to her teaching duties, she is currently co-developing an electronic discovery course at the College.
With the firm for 13 years, Candace left in 2006 to become a Professor of Legal Writing at Villanova University School of Law. In this position, she teaches first-year law students legal analysis, writing, and oral advocacy and upper level students a medical malpractice course.
After eight years at White and Williams, Nicole left in June 2010 to become the Director of Employee Relations/Development at MHG, LLC (Magna), a privately held hotel real estate investment firm based in Warwick, RI.
With the firm for three years, including his time as a Summer Associate, John left in 1993 to take a job with CIGNA, where, after 11 years, he moved on to ACE Group where he currently manages all legal support for ACE’s risk management subsidiary, ESIS, Inc. and is in charge of ACE’s Global Privacy Program as Chief Privacy Officer.
With the firm for three years, Tara left in 2011 to become a real estate attorney for Wawa. In this position, she works on the legal and business matters for Wawa’s real estate development and store portfolio.
For eight years, Mary Levy worked closely with the firm and attorneys Ed Koch and Anna Bryan in key Supreme Court cases. She left in 2010 to become a Professor at Temple University’s Beasley School of Law where she influences the next generation of attorneys.
Clark was a Summer Associate with the firm before joining the Real Estate and Finance Groups in 2004. After six years he joined Wilmington Trust's Wealth Advisory Department.
Gwen spent 16 years at the firm, leaving in 2004 to become the Director of Trial Training at Temple-LEAP (Law Education and Participation), whose mission is to educate non-lawyers, particularly middle and high school students from Philadelphia area schools, about the law and citizenship.
Although only at the firm for two years, Rob had a long history working closely with the firm and attorneys Patti Santelle and Guy Cellucci. He left in 2011 when he was appointed Deputy Commissioner and General Counsel of the Massachusetts Division of Insurance.