Barbara Rothenberg, Esq.

Barbara Rothenberg, Esq.

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Barbara Rothenberg, Esq. began her career with The Rothenberg Law Firm LLP in 1978. Barbara has been the Managing Attorney of the law firm’s Philadelphia office since 1985. In addition to her career as an attorney, Barbara is married to Allen L. Rothenberg, Esq. and is the proud mother of 8 children and grandmother of many grandchildren.

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    Barbara Rothenberg's Professional Background

    Temple University, J.D., 1978

    Temple University, B.A. 1972
    Bar Admissions
    Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, 1978

    State of New Jersey, 1979

    State of New York, 1986

    United States District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania, 1978
    Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association

    Pennsylvania Association for Justice

    New Jersey Trial Lawyers Association

    New York State Trial Lawyers Association

    American Association for Justice

    Philadelphia Bar Association

    American Bar Association

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