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Three West Chester Students Head to College with Gawthrop Greenwood Law Prize

Three West Chester Students Head to College with Gawthrop Greenwood Law Prize

WEST CHESTER, PA — Three local students are about to head off to college after being chosen to receive the Gawthrop Greenwood Law Prize.

As the oldest law firm in Chester County, Gawthrop Greenwood, PC has been encouraging, recognizing and honoring academic excellence throughout its history. Created in 1991, the Gawthrop Greenwood Law Prize ensures the advancement and education of Chester County’s youth by awarding a student from each of the three high schools in the West Chester Area School District. This year’s law prize winners include:

  • Erin Boas – Attending Pennsylvania State University after graduating from Bayard Rustin High School
  • Bruce Bunn – Attending West Chester University after graduating from West Chester B. Henderson High School
  • Taylor Melvin – Attending Liberty University after graduating from West Chester East High School
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Gawthrop Greenwood, PC, with offices in West Chester, PA and Greater Wilmington, DE, serves clients throughout the greater mid-Atlantic region and nation. For more than a century, the firm has stood behind its core principle of providing high-quality legal services with personal attention. Gawthrop Greenwood’s diverse portfolio of clients comprises entrepreneurs, businesses, and governmental entities that entrust the firm with their representation in a wide range of matters including business and real estate matters, commercial litigation, estate and tax planning, land use and development, and domestic relations. A complete listing of the firm’s practice areas and attorneys, as well as legal resources, can be found at www.gawthrop.com.

Source: Chester County Chamber of Commerce

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