• July 5, 2011

    Hill Wallack LLP Attorney Joins Bucks County American Inns of Court

    Yardley, PA. -- Denise M. Bowman, counsel in the Yardley, Pa. office of Hill Wallack LLP has joined the Bucks County American Inns of Court as an associate member.

    The Bucks County American Inns of Court is based in Doylestown, Pa. and is part of the national American Inns of Court (AIC). The AIC is America's oldest, largest and fastest growing legal mentoring organization. AIC members focus on the development of their skills and Inn programs provide creative, practical, interactive instruction in all areas of legal practice.

    Denise M. Bowman is a member of Hill Wallack LLP’s Business & Commercial Practice Group and the Litigation Division. She concentrates her practice in the area of commercial litigation. Active in her community, Ms. Bowman is a strong supporter of several local non-profits and charitable organizations such as the Lower Bucks County Chapter of the American Red Cross and the YWCA, Bucks County. She also frequently serves as a pro bono counsel for clients of Legal Aid of Southeast Pennsylvania.

    About Hill Wallack LLP

    Hill Wallack LLP is one of the fastest growing law firms in Bucks County, with attorneys who are life long residents of Bucks County. The firm has built a reputation for comprehensive problem-solving and aggressive advocacy. The firm is recognized for its comprehensive commercial capabilities and deep experience in a number of industry sectors. With extensive government experience, Hill Wallack LLP represents businesses and public entities in many areas in which public and private interests intersect. In addition to its Yardley office, Hill Wallack LLP has offices in Princeton and Atlantic City, N.J. Our attorneys are called upon to tackle some of the toughest legal and business challenges, and we do more than advise on the law—we craft real-world solutions.

    About American Inns of Court

    American Inns of Court (AIC) are designed to improve the skills, professionalism and ethics of the bench and bar. It is rooted in the 800-year-old tradition of the Inns of Court in England, but modified to fit the particular needs of the American legal system. An American Inn of Court is an amalgam of judges, lawyers, and in some cases, law professors and law students. Each Inn meets approximately once a month both to “break bread” and to hold programs and discussions on matters of ethics, skills and professionalism. There are local AIC Inns across the country and they actively involve more than 25,000 state, federal and administrative law judges, attorneys, legal scholars and law students. For more information on American Inns of Court, please visit