Mardi Harrison, Esquire

As an attorney, licensed to practice in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, I concentrate my practice in the area of Employment Law.  I am a member of the National Employment Lawyers Association (NELA), Secretary of NELA/PA (the local NELA affiliate), and member of the Employment Law Panel of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania Federal Court.  I have presented numerous workshops and training sessions to the Chamber of Commerce, NAACP, and Montgomery County Senior Center, as well as presenting a public workshop periodically titled "They Canít Do That To Me ó Can They?"  You may have seen me last year, discussing sexual harassment on the Bucks County Bar Association Cable-TV show.

In 1999, I attended the Gerry Spence Trial Lawyer's College (TLC), an intensive 5-week program, where I learned the most advanced techniques for understanding my client's lives, and communicating their pain to a jury.  As a result, in May, 2000, I won a jury verdict in an Americans with Disabilities Act case for $1.5 Million.

I am a "change of life" lawyer, having decided to go to law school when I was 41 years old.  Up to that time, I ran a technical consulting and publishing company with my husband for many years.   Therefore, I am the rare employment law attorney who can see both sides of the issues.


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