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Stradley Ronon Partner Presents on Faith and Constitutional Law During Pennsylvania Bar Institute Seminar

December 22, 2015
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PHILADELPHIA – Stradley Ronon Partner Danielle Banks presented “First Amendment Developments and Signs for the Future” at the 10th Constitutional Law Conclave, hosted by the Pennsylvania Bar Institute. Banks, along with other panelists drawn from the bar, bench and academia, discussed how the U.S. Constitution defines equality, individual rights, community and federalism, and what it says about faith, families and our freedoms.

An experienced trial lawyer, Banks represents companies and individuals in employment law matters, including claims brought under Title VII, Section 1981, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Family Medical Leave Act and the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act. She also defends clients in Section 1983, Title VI and Fair Housing Act matters. Additionally, her practice includes products liability litigation, as well as other complex commercial litigation, and she also handles matters on behalf of religious entities. She is the immediate past chair of Stradley Ronon’s diversity committee, and currently serves on several nonprofit boards, including serving as president of the board of directors of Smith Memorial Playground and Playhouse, and serving as the immediate past co-president of the Philadelphia Diversity Law Group.

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