Saint Vincent Seminary Benefit Dinner, April 24, 2018

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Saint Vincent Seminary Benefit Dinner, April 24, 2018

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Saint Vincent Seminary will hold its annual Benefti Dinner at 6 p.m. Tuesday, April 24 at LeMont in Pittsburgh. The Honorable Maureen E. Lally-Green, J.D., Dean of the Duquesne University School of Law and
Judge Emerita of the Pennsylvania Superior Court, will be the keynote speaker. Proceeds benefit the education of priesthood candidates at the Seminary.

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Saint Vincent Seminary will hold its annual Benefti Dinner at 6 p.m. Tuesday, April 24 at LeMont in Pittsburgh. The Honorable Maureen E. Lally-Green, J.D., Dean of the Duquesne University School of Law and Judge Emerita of the Pennsylvania Superior Court, will be the keynote speaker. Proceeds benefit the education of priesthood candidates at the Seminary. Honorable Maureen E. Lally-Green, J.D., is dean of the Duquesne University School of Law, and served on the Saint Vincent Seminary Board of Regents from 2002-2017. She is presently a member of the Saint Vincent College Board of Directors. Dean Lally-Green graduated from Duquesne University with a bachelor of science degree in secondary education and mathematics and a juris doctor degree from the School of Law. From 1998 through July 2009, Lally-Green served as judge of the Superior Court of Pennsylvania. From 2009 through August 2015, Lally-Green served the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh as associate general secretary and director of the Office of Church Relations. Lally-Green’s law career is diverse and has included work as an associate with a private law firm in Pittsburgh (1974-75); counsel to the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (Washington, D.C.) (1975-78); counsel to the former Westinghouse Electric Corporation (1978-83); a consultant to justices of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court (1985-87; 1988-98); a full professor of law at Duquesne University School of Law (1983-98); an adjunct professor of law at Duquesne Law, teacher of appellate practice and procedure and federal employment discrimination law; a teacher in various law-related programs; and an author, published in various law reviews. Lally-Green has served the Commonwealth and the Judiciary in unique ways. She recently served the Court of Judicial Discipline in its Diversion Program (2015-2016). She served as chair, vice-chair and member of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s Appellate Court Procedural Rules Committee (2005-2011). She was the co-chair of the subcommittee that recommended recent substantial changes to the appellate rules involving children/family matters (Children’s Fast Track) (2008-09). She was secretary and member of the Pennsylvania Intergovernmental Commission on Race, Gender and Ethnic Fairness (2004-2007). During her tenure, she chaired the committee that developed and proposed to the Supreme Court a non-discrimination policy and procedures for the judicial branch of government, which proposal was adopted and made effective January 2008. Also, she was chair of the Supreme Court’s Gender Fairness Implementation Committee (2002).

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