Mary has represented plaintiffs in the areas of personal injury and workers’ compensation, and acted for clients before other boards and licensing commissions in the State of Delaware and New Jersey. Mary gained insight into the defense perspective on litigation through valuable experience defending large corporations in complex multi-party litigation.
She has also performed pro bono representations, and was appointed as a guardian ad litem in Delaware Chancery Court to oversee the affairs of a developmentally challenged adult subjected to abuse. Mary also serves as a Fair Hearing Officer to conduct Fair Hearings for the State of Delaware Department of Health and Social Services.
Mary has always followed a passion for public service. She obtained her Master’s Degree in Public Administration before going to law school. Based on her record of public service, she was chosen by the University of Delaware College of Urban Affairs and Public Policy to receive a Public Service Fellowship.
In addition, she was chosen as a Graduate Woman of Excellence, and became a Legislative Fellow with the Delaware State Senate Majority Caucus. The Legislative Fellows Program is a joint partnership of the Delaware General Assembly and the University of Delaware’s Institute for Public Administration.
In law school, Mary was a member of Phi Delta Phi Harrington Inn Honor Society, and represented Widener University School of Law for the Philadelphia Bar Association Judge Irvin Stander Memorial Prize in Administrative Law.
She was awarded a certificate of achievement in Administrative Law. After law school Mary served as a Law Clerk to the Honorable William L. Witham, Jr., in Delaware Superior Court.
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