The Hon. Maureen Lally-Green is among three law deans who will take part in a candid discussion at the upcoming Women in the Law Division’s (WLD) Annual Spring Luncheon.
Hosted by the Allegheny County Bar Association (ACBA), the luncheon will be held Tuesday, April 23, at noon at the Fairmont Hotel.
Lally-Green will be joined by University of Pittsburgh Law School Dean Amy Wildermuth and Penn State Law /Penn State Dickinson Law Dean Hari Osofsky. They will share their individual experiences in the field of law and offer advice and their vision for the future of legal education.
Lori McMaster, ACBA president-elect and development director at the University of Pittsburgh law school, will moderate the discussion.
Lally-Green, the only panelist from a private university, said she will highlight Duquesne’s mission to serve God by serving students.
“Service means doing the job well but always within a sense of ethics,” she said. “We try to inspire a commitment to volunteerism and serving the community.”
Cost to attend the WLD Annual Spring Luncheon is $60 for individuals and $500 for a table of eight. Register for the event on the ACBA website.
Photo Caption: The Hon. Maureen Lally-Green has served as dean of the School of Law since 2017. She was the first female in this role.