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Stella Ming Tsai To Increase Outreach To Alumni 1 - 2

For her work in this and other areas, Tsai was a recipient of the 2003 “Women Making a Difference Award” presented annually by Philadelphia City Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown. The award honors local women of extraordinary courage, vision and
accomplishment.

Tsai, who was named one of its “Best Lawyers under 40” by the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association in 2002, recently returned as a shareholder to Christie, Pabarue, Mortensen and Young, where she had practiced before being named to the City of Philadelphia Law Department. At Christie Pabarue, she is a member of the specialty litigation group, represents major insurance companies in coverage disputes, and acts as counsel to the Philadelphia Civil Service Commission. Though she found her work at the City of Philadelphia Law Department highly rewarding, Tsai appreciates the flexibility private practice affords to focus on her numerous projects.

 

 
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