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Personal Injury Attorney Neil O’Donnell Moderator at Pennsylvania Association for Justice Auto Law Update

Attorney Neil T. O’Donnell, O’Donnell Law Offices, served as a moderator at the Pennsylvania Association for Justice[PAJ] Auto Law Update on November 28, 2012. The Update was held at the Scranton Hilton and Conference Center and offered 4 CLE credits. Attorney O’Donnell also addressed the attendees on the subject of effectively conducting and utilizing focus groups.

Attorney Michael O’Donnell, also of O’Donnell Law Offices, spoke at the same Auto Law Update on the topic of social media and its use and effect on your case, including recent decisions.

The mission of the PAJ is to promote a fair and effective judicial system. PAJ works to ensure persons injured by the misconduct or negligence of others obtain justice in Pennsylvania’s courtrooms. One of the key vehicles that PAJ offers to its members is participation in continuing legal education seminars[CLEs]. Visit www.pajustice.org for more information on the organization.

“Participation in the PAJ CLE programs is vitally important for attorneys seeking to earn credits needed to maintain their practice,” said Neil O’Donnell. “Our colleagues at our firm are always eager to participate as speakers at CLE programs that provide attorneys the opportunity to earn credits and share best practices.”

Attorney Neil O’Donnell has been a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer for several years and is a member of the Luzerne County, American and Federal Bar Associations, National Trial Lawyers, Northeastern Pennsylvania Association for Justice and the Pennsylvania Trial Lawyer’s Association. O’Donnell founded O’Donnell Law Offices in Kingston, Pennsylvania in 1993. Recently, he was honored as one of The Best Lawyers in America@2013 for his work in Personal Injury Litigation—Plaintiffs.

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