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Pennsylvania Bar Institute Showcases Gawthrop Greenwood’s Stacey Fuller, Bob Adams
The Pennsylvania Bar Institute is showcasing Gawthrop Greenwood Partner Stacey Fuller and Of Counsel attorney Bob Adams in the field of Municipal Law.
Fuller was a speaker at the Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s Municipal Law Colloquium 2017, where she presented on Friday, June 9, 2017 at the Lancaster County Convention Center in Lancaster, PA. Her presentation, Role of the Solicitor, addressed the many facets of municipal law and the challenges facing municipal solicitors in the Commonwealth. PBI provides continuing legal education for attorneys statewide, designed to inform on the very latest law developments with sessions led by practice area leaders.
Fuller is a course planner for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute as well as a Municipal Law Section Representative to the PBA House of Delegates. At the Colloquium luncheon, Fuller was presented with a plaque and thanked for her past two years of service as Chair of the PBA Municipal Law Section. With more than a decade of experience representing Chester County municipalities, townships, boroughs, planning commissions, zoning hearing boards and other governmental entities, Fuller also assists individual developers and residents on issues such as zoning and other land development matters.
In addition, Gawthrop Greenwood Of Counsel Attorney Bob Adams received the Municipal Law Distinguished Service Award for his many years of service as solicitor for townships, municipal authorities and zoning hearing boards across Chester County. He has also represented commercial and residential real estate developers in complex land development projects, and he has lectured on a wide range of municipal topics for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute. Adams is past president of the Chester County Bar Association. He is also a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association, where he served in the House of Delegates for several terms, and is former chair of the Municipal Law Section.