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Jun 5, 2014

Jonathan Grode Honored with Special Achievement Award by PA Bar Association

Jonathan A. Grode

Jonathan Grode was honored by the Pennsylvania Bar Association on May 15, 2014 with a Special Achievement Award in recognition of his ongoing work with the Pennsylvania Statewide High School Mock Trial Competition. The Mock Trial Competition aims to provide students with firsthand experience of the American judicial system and is part of a series of education programs conducted by the Pennsylvania Bar Association.

Jonathan has authored or co-authored the case material for the statewide competition since 2007 in addition to co-authorizing 3 national competition cases. You can read some of Jonathan’s cases here.

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