CAMP Philadelphia March Power Hour
CAMP Philadelphia will be hosting a Power Hour on March 15, 2012. We are thrilled to announce that our speaker will be the Honorable Judge Mawla - Judge of the Superior Court of New Jersey (his full bio can be found below).
What: CAMP Philadelphia March Power Hour
Who: This event is open to all
Where: Aqua Malaysian Thai (705 Chestnut Street, Phila, PA 19106). Click here for more details.
When: Thursday, March 15, 6:30-8:30pm
Cost: Free for everyone!
(We do encourage you to purchase something so we can continue to use this venue for future networking events)
We have identified a low-cost parking garage that is very close to our venue:
PARK SAFE System
9 S 7 St (bet. Ranstead St-Market St)
$5 parking between 4PM and 11PM
BIOGRAPHY OF THE HONORABLE HANY A. MAWLA
Hany A. Mawla, JSC, is a judge of the Superior Court of New Jersey, serving in the Hunterdon County Chancery Division, Family Part. Prior to becoming a judge, Judge Mawla was a partner in the litigation department of the law firm of Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis LLP where he litigated non-matrimonial, matrimonial and other complex family law related matters. He serves on the New Jersey Supreme Court Minority Concerns Committee, the New Jersey Supreme Court Family Practice Committee and the New Jersey Children in Court Improvement Committee. He has lectured on family law matters on behalf of the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education, the New Jersey Association for Justice and the New Jersey Judicial College. Judge Mawla also was a member of the editorial board of the New Jersey Family Lawyer, the New Jersey State Bar Association family law publication. As adjunct faculty member at Raritan Valley Community College, Judge Mawla taught various litigation courses in the Paralegal Studies degree program. He also was an adjunct professor at Rutgers University in the Department of Political Science and the Center for Middle East Studies and is currently a visiting faculty member there, teaching Islamic Jurisprudence. Judge Mawla received a degree from Rutgers University, graduating with collegiate honors and high honors in political science. He received his law degree from Seton Hall University School of Law. He is the 2011 recipient of the Law School's Distinguished Alumni Award and currently serves as an emeritus member of the Law School's Diversity Committee. In 2010, Judge Mawla was awarded an Honorary Associate of Arts Degree from Raritan Valley Community College.