Gawthrop Greenwood associate Meghna Reddy has been sworn in to the Chester County Bar.
In a ceremony at the Chester County Justice Center earlier this month, Reddy was sworn in by the judges of the Court of Common Pleas. The ceremony in Courtroom Number 1 came after a motion by Gawthrop Greenwood partner Patrick O’Donnell to admit her.
A recent graduate of Villanova University’s Charles Widger School of Law, Reddy worked with the Interdisciplinary Mental and Physical Health Law Clinic at Villanova, where she successfully represented clients in Supplemental Security Income cases and assisted those with mental impairments in acquiring additional medical assistance.
While working toward her law degree, Reddy served at the Office of the District Attorney in Harrisburg, PA, the Office of the Attorney General in Washington, DC as well as the Red Cross, where she specialized in International Humanitarian Law.
Reddy earned her B.A. in Crime, Law & Justice and Psychology from Penn State University in 2013. She has also studied Criminal Justice at Avans University in the Netherlands. Born and raised in Muscat, Oman, Reddy moved at age 15 from the Middle East to the United States, where she attended high school in Hershey, Pennsylvania
Gawthrop Greenwood’s Kevin Holleran, John Rafferty, Roger Huggins, Meghna Reddy, Walter Eells, Stacey Fuller, Patrick O’Donnell, George Zumbano and Patrick McKenna
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