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12 Richards Layton Lawyers Admitted to the Delaware Bar

December 12, 2018

WILMINGTON, Delaware (December 12, 2018) – Richards, Layton & Finger is pleased to announce that 12 associates of the firm have been admitted to the Delaware bar. The lawyers were admitted to practice in the State of Delaware by the Delaware Supreme Court in a ceremony today in Dover.

“Today represents the culmination of years of hard work and dedication, and we congratulate these talented young lawyers on their outstanding achievement,” said Greg Varallo, president of Richards Layton. “We look forward to the contributions I know they’ll make to our firm, our clients, and our community.”

Listed by practice area, the new Richards Layton associates and the law schools from which they graduated are:

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Danny Ho Cornell Law School
Lucas Whited University of Iowa College of Law
Bankruptcy & Corporate Restructuring
Sarah Silveira Antonin Scalia Law School George Mason University
Commercial Transactions
Megan Woodward Vanderbilt University Law School
Corporate Advisory & Governance
Ryan Salem Pennsylvania State University School of Law
Corporate Litigation
Nicole Henry University of Virginia School of Law
Ryan Konstanzer University of Notre Dame Law School
Emily Letcher George Washington University School of Law
Megan O'Connor Georgetown University Law Center
Tyre Tindall University of California Berkeley School of Law
Corporate Trust & Agency Services
Matthew Ady Emory University School of Law
Madeleine Jolles University of Pennsylvania School of Law

 

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Delaware’s largest law firm and one of its oldest, Richards, Layton & Finger helps sophisticated clients navigate complex issues and the intricacies of Delaware law. We advise global companies, business partnerships, leading financial institutions, local businesses, and individuals across a wide range of practices, including corporate law, alternative entities, commercial law, bankruptcy and restructuring, and litigation.