Dilworth Paxson’s Darwin R. Beauvais Selected as a 2019 Influencer of Law by The Philadelphia Inquirer

02/26/2019

Darwin R. Beauvais, a Dilworth Paxson Partner and Chair of the Firm’s Zoning and Land Use practice group, was designated as one of The Philadelphia Inquirer’s 2019 Influencers of Law. Darwin was selected by the Inquirer readers and evaluated by expert panel judges who felt he has shaped and transformed the legal industry. He was chosen as one of 54 winners and legal industry leaders who will be honored at an awards ceremony on Tuesday, March 26 at the Crystal Tea Room, located at 100 East Penn Square #9B in Philadelphia, from 11 AM to 2PM. Winners will also be profiled in a special section of the Sunday Inquirer that will reach nearly a million readers.

The awards ceremony will feature opening remarks by Terry Egger, Publisher and Chief Executive Officer at The Philadelphia Inquirer. The program will also feature a fireside chat with Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro. Josh Shapiro serves to combat crime, uphold individual rights and protect consumers throughout the Commonwealth. He is the sixth person elected to the office and was sworn in on January 17, 2017 as Pennsylvania’s top lawyer and chief law enforcement officer with a mandate to ensure integrity.

For tickets, visit www.philly.com/lawinfluencers and for more event information, please contact Angelica Irizarry, Event Coordinator at The Philadelphia Inquirer at airizarry@philly.com

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