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Paul Titus Featured in The Journal of the American College of Trial Lawyers

On March 29, 2018 by Schnader in News

Paul H. Titus was featured in an article in The Journal of the American College of Trial Lawyers, “A Servant of the Courts and Community.” The article profiles Titus’s career and accomplishments.

“Paul H. Titus, a longtime fellow of the College who practices law in the Pittsburgh office of Schnader Harrison, recently was honored, along with two other lawyers, with the 2017 Alan Jay Josel Advocacy Award, presented at the annual conference of the Pennsylvania Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. . . . He believes that as members of the legal profession, all have a duty to help those in need of access to justice, without seeking recognition or credit for doing so: “As a lawyer, you need to put your learning to work to help and serve others.” But he deserves recognition from for the example he has set for the profession. Given the College’s emphasis on the importance of assuring access to justice, Titus’s example stands as a reminder to all Fellows of the obligations as persons having the privilege to practice law.”

Read the full article online (page 67) and download it in PDF format.

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