• July 25, 2014

    Barbara M. Kirk Speaks At United States Naturalization Ceremony

    Yardley, PA July 25, 2014 --- In her capacity as the President of the Bucks County Bar Association, Hill Wallack LLP Partner Barbara M. Kirk was asked to speak at a United States Naturalization Ceremony which was held at Pennsbury Manor, in Bucks County, on Friday, July 18, 2014. There were 45 immigrants from 22 countries sworn in as U.S. citizens during the hour long ceremony. Federal Judges Mitchell Goldberg and Cynthia Rufe presided over the ceremony and U.S. Congressman Michael Fitzpatrick was the guest speaker.

    “It was truly an honor to be part of something so meaningful. To watch these individuals become American citizens before your eyes is incredibly inspiring,” said Ms. Kirk, who talked to the attendees about the inspiration that they give to every citizen of the United States for their hard work, perseverance and diligence to renounce their countries of origin and become citizens of the United States.

    Ms. Kirk is a member of Hill Wallack LLP’s Family Law and Municipal Law practice groups, concentrating in domestic relations, custody and adoption. Admitted to practice in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Ms. Kirk is a graduate of Temple University Law School and Holy Family College.


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