Adam J. Fulginiti Selected as 2020 Board Observer for the Legal Clinic for the Disabled
Philadelphia, PA – Adam J. Fulginiti, associate in the Philadelphia office of Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman and Goggin, has been selected to serve as the 2020 Board Observer for the Legal Clinic for the Disabled (LCD) as part of the Philadelphia Bar Foundation's Board Observer program.
The Board Observer program is a partnership between the Philadelphia Bar Foundation and the Philadelphia Bar Association's Young Lawyers Division. Designed to provide young lawyers with the opportunity to develop leadership skills, learn about nonprofit governance and make connections in the nonprofit community, the program pairs attorneys with a Philadelphia nonprofit organization for a one-year time period.
In his placement with the Legal Clinic for the Disabled, Mr. Fulginiti will attend board meetings, fundraisers and observe other events and activities of the organization. The LCD provides free, quality legal services to low income people with physical disabilities and to the deaf and hard-of-hearing in Philadelphia, Bucks, Chester Delaware and Montgomery Counties.
A member of Marshall Dennehey's Health Care Department, Mr. Fulginiti concentrates his practice in medical liability matters and has defended a variety of providers including physicians, nurses, group practices, nursing homes and hospitals. He also practices in social services litigation, where he represents local foster care and adoption agencies, residential treatment facilities and other community organizations.
A graduate of Rutgers University Law School at Camden, and the University of Delaware, Mr. Fulginiti is a member of the American and Pennsylvania Bar Associations. He has been selected a Pennsylvania Rising Star by the Super Lawyers organization since 2016.