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Marion Munley of Munley Law Joins The Summit Council, Top Civil Justice Attorneys in the U.S.

Scranton, PA – The personal injury law firm Munley Law is pleased to announce that senior partner Marion Munley has joined The Summit Council, an organization of the top civil justice attorneys in the United States.

The Summit Council is an exclusive group of today’s top civil justice attorneys who are committed to the highest levels of trial advocacy, to obtaining justice for individuals and families who have been hurt by corporate wrongdoing, and to the protection of the civil justice system. Membership is by invitation only, and members must meet the group’s high standards of qualification. Members must have obtained at least one ten million dollar jury verdict and at least three jury verdicts in excess of one million dollars as lead counsel in jury trials, have served as the President or Chair of a state or national civil justice association, or have served as Chair of a plaintiff’s steering committee for a major mass tort or class action litigation.

Marion Munley is a champion of the civil justice system with more than thirty years of experience representing the catastrophically injured. She has a venerable record of leadership in the legal profession; a longstanding member of American Association for Justice, Munley currently serves on its Board of Governors, the Executive Committee, and on the Board of Trustees for the National College of Advocacy. She belongs to the AAJ Women Trial Lawyers Caucus and served as chair from 2016‐2017, and to the AAJ Trucking Litigation Group where she became the first female chair in 2018. She has obtained numerous multimillion‐dollar awards for her clients. Munley has earned triple board certification from the National Board of Trial Advocacy in Civil Trial, Civil Practice, and Truck Accident Law. She has been named to the Best Lawyers in America, Pennsylvania Super Lawyers, and the LawDragon500.

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