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Pat Devine Joins Community Legal Services Board of Trustees

November 21, 2019

Associate Pat Devine has been named a new Trustee for the Community Legal Services of Philadelphia (CLS) and Philadelphia Legal Assistance (PLA). Pat is a founding member and past Chair of CLS's Justice Rising Advocates - which advocates for CLS and advances its mission among young professionals - and a member of the Audit and Finance Committees of CLS and PLA.

Community Legal Services of Philadelphia and Philadelphia Legal Assistance are comprised of full-time public interest attorneys, paralegals, social workers and other staff members who provide free legal services to low-income Philadelphians. Both organizations are filled with exceptionally talented professionals who have devoted their careers to pursuing justice for people who do not have the resources to pay for private attorneys. You can read more about Pat's pro bono work here.

Pat is an associate in the firm's Corporate and Securities practice group and represents public and private companies, venture capital and private equity enterprises, and individuals in mergers and acquisitions, corporate and securities law matters, domestic and international commercial transactions, entity formation and reorganization, debt and equity financings, and regulatory compliance matters. Pat also serves as outside general counsel to companies in myriad industries, and in that capacity, he oversees all of his clients’ legal needs.

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