Connell Foley Sponsors Camden County Bar Association Young Lawyer Committee Lobster Bake, Benefitting Young Lawyer Larc School Scholarship Fund

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ROSELAND, N.J./October 17, 2011 -- Connell Foley Partners Brendan Judge, Mitchell Taraschi, and Christopher Tucci showed their support of the Camden County Bar Association and its community activities through the firm's sponsorship of the 2nd Annual Lobster Bake held at The Tap Room in Haddon Township on Saturday, September 10.

The Camden County Bar Association (CCBA) is New Jersey's second largest county bar, serving lawyers who practice in Southern New Jersey. The organization, chartered in 1881, is dedicated to improving the administration of justice, advancing the interests of the legal profession and serving the public to promote a better understanding of the law and the justice system.

Proceeds from the event benefit the Young Lawyer Larc School Scholarship Fund, a nonprofit organization in Bellmawr, N.J., serving students with special needs in five counties.

According to Taraschi, who was recently selected for New Jersey Law Journal’s 2011 "40 Under 40" list, “It is such an honor to be in a position to offer our help in any capacity to such a worthwhile cause.”

Tucci, who manages Connell Foley’s new Marlton office and Philadelphia office, shared his colleagues’ enthusiasm, saying, “To be able to join our peers and share some off-hours downtime gives us a real chance to share who we are as people, beyond our careers.”

“What is able to be accomplished as a result of our contributions is truly remarkable,” added Judge. “We are all glad to know our efforts extend beyond the immediate event and work towards even greater good through the scholarship fund.”

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