Elliott Greenleaf shareholder, Mark A. Kearney, has been elected Vice President of the Montgomery Bar Association for 2007. With almost twenty one hundred (2100) members, it is the third largest Bar Association in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Mr. Kearney will serve as one of five of the Bar Association’s elected officers, and will be principally responsible for coordinating nationally recognized continuing legal education programs for attorneys in Eastern Pennsylvania. His election continues his service as a leader of the Bench and Bar, including as a Director and Member of the Executive Committee of the Historical Society for the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, Chairperson of the Welcoming Center for New Pennsylvanians, a fellow of the Pennsylvania Bar Foundation, a member of the Taxis Circle and former Director of the Montgomery Bar Association. Mr. Kearney and his wife Eileen and their two children reside in Blue Bell, where he is a youth baseball and soccer coach.

The Firm’s commitment to public service is also further confirmed by the election of Thomas J. Elliott as President of the Trial Lawyers Section of the Montgomery Bar Association; Roger J. Harrington’s election as the President of the Young Lawyers Section of the Montgomery Bar Association; Eric P. Wilenzik’s continuing service as a Director of the Montgomery Bar Association; and, Melissa Murphy Weber’s and Marvin L. Wilenzik’s election for three (3) year terms on the Judiciary Committee of the Montgomery Bar Association.