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  • Sharing Excess: College Students take on Philly Hunger Relief
    Sharing Excess: College Students take on Philly Hunger Relief

    Founder Evan Ehlers gives an inside look at how his organization has adapted to changing supply and demand for excess food in the region. Making the Most out of Excess college meals In 2018, Drexel ...

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  • Recycle Bicycle: Giving Bikes & People a  Fresh Start in Harrisburg
    Recycle Bicycle: Giving Bikes & People a Fresh Start in Harrisburg

    Piscitello Law thanks founder Ross Willard for our visit and tour of the newest facility. Kudos to the staff, volunteers, and supporters of this organization who nurture a healthy bike culture and ...

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  • Piscitello Law Salutes Our Veterans
    Piscitello Law Salutes Our Veterans

    Piscitello Law salutes our Veterans today and sends a personal shout out to our friends and founders of Leashes of Valor (LOV): Captain Jason Haag, Danique Masingill and Matt Masingill. Leashes of ...

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  • Piscitello Law Welcomes Monica Leon to The Team
    Piscitello Law Welcomes Monica Leon to The Team

    Piscitello Law is thrilled to welcome the newest member of our team, Monica Leon. Monica will handle Spanish translations for our law firm so that we may better assist our Spanish-speaking clients. As ...

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  • Andrea Paparelli Named an Associate Editor of the Women's Rights Law Reporter at Rutgers University School of Law
    Andrea Paparelli Named an Associate Editor of the Women's Rights Law Reporter at Rutgers University School of Law

    We are thrilled to share that Andrea Paparelli has been named an Associate Editor of the Women's Rights Law Reporter at Rutgers University School of Law . Established in the early 1970’s, this legal ...

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  • The Dutch Reach Gets Noticed
    The Dutch Reach Gets Noticed

    When a bicyclist is struck by an opening car door , it is known as “dooring” and that crash scenario causes serious injuries and fatalities across the U.S. There is a well- documented approach to ...

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