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Capehart Scatchard Participates In Day Of Service Event

Capehart Scatchard is pleased to announce that the Diversity & Inclusion Committee at the firm, in conjunction with Burlington Country Bar Association (BCBA), collected monetary donations as well as donations of gift cards, costumes, treats, and pumpkins to ensure the children receiving services from Providence House Domestic Violence Services have a fun Halloween.  In addition, on October 16, 2021, thirty volunteers from the firm and BCBA rolled up their sleeves to paint a gazebo, plant flowers, spruce up the yard, and clean the kitchen and playroom at a safe house run by the organization.

Providence House Domestic Violence Services, which is based in Westampton, provides comprehensive services for victims of domestic abuse and their children free of charge at outreach offices and emergency safe houses in Burlington and Ocean Counties.

 

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Capehart Scatchard Celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day With Donations And A Day Of Service

Capehart and Scatchard is pleased to announce that in celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, the Diversity & Inclusion Committee at the firm, in conjunction with Burlington Country Bar Association, collected $1,805 in monetary donations as well as donations of Uber cards, food, clothing, and hygiene products to benefit Providence House and Legacy Treatment Services.  In addition, eighteen volunteers from the firm participated in a day of service on January 16, 2021 at Providence House by sorting donations and doing yard work at the facility.

Providence House, which is located in Westampton, provides comprehensive services to victims of domestic abuse and their children.  Legacy Treatment Services, which is located in Hainesport, provides a vast array of services, such as crisis intervention, developmental and intellectual disability services, out of home care for children and youth, outpatient additional treatment services, and opiate and alcoholism treatment.

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Capehart Scatchard Remotely Hosts First Year Law Students

Capehart Scatchard hosted a remote panel discussion on July 14, 2020 for first year law students from Rutgers Law School in Camden. The students are part of the Rutgers Minority Student Program.

 

Capehart Scatchard attorneys, Christopher Chu, Sanmathi (Sanu) Dev, Ashley Mollenthiel, Cameron Morgan, Robert Muccilli, Lora Northen, Jessica Rodio, Michael Rose, and Lauren Tedesco, and summer law clerks, Meline Derderian, Crosley Gagnon, Matthew Kountz, and Nina Rodriguez served as panelists participating in a discussion on law careers in private practice. The panelists shared insights about succeeding in law school, increasing diversity and inclusion in the profession, and the importance of being open to exploring various practice areas and opportunities. The event was hosted by Capehart Scatchard’s Diversity & Inclusion Committee, which Ms. Dev leads.