Announcing Eight New Gifts
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DAVID Lí74 AND HELEN P. PUDLIN Lí74, who met on the first day of law school in 1971 and were married during their third year of law school, have made a substantial
donation that will be used for need-based scholarships. Helen Pudlin said that "without
my Penn scholarship, I would not have been able to go to law school, and David and I and our children want to be able to give a similar gift to others."
Mr. Pudlin has been president of the law firm of Hangley Aronchick Segal & Pudlin since its founding in 1994. He concentrates his practice in tax law, estate planning and business/employment law. Mr. Pudlin has served on the governing
councils of both the Probate and Tax Sections of the Philadelphia
Bar Association, and also as the chair of both the Large Law Firm and Mid-Size Law Firm Management Committees of the Philadelphia Bar Association. In addition to his professional activities, Mr. Pudlin has served on the boards of numerous nonprofit
organizations, and he currently serves on the boards of The Baldwin School and the Anti-Defamation League, for which he previously served as board chair.
Helen Pudlin, who is senior vice president and general counsel for PNC Financial Services Group, oversees the legal functions for the corporation, which is one of the nationís largest
diversified financial services organizations. Ms. Pudlin was a partner at Ballard, Spahr, Andrews & Ingersoll, where she concentrated
her practice on commercial litigation and co-chaired the health care group. She is a member of the board of managers of The Wistar Institute, and previously served as a member of the Board of Overseers at Penn Law. She also has been a lecturer in courses on appellate advocacy at the Law School.