Associate Attorney Edmund C. Celiesius, Esq. joined the Murphy Law Group in August 2018.
Prior to joining the Murphy Law Group as an attorney, Mr. Celiesius served as a Law Clerk for the Murphy Law Group where he researched and drafted memoranda and drafted pleadings on Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Family Medical Leave Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Fair Credit and Reporting Act, the Pennsylvania
Human Relations Act, the Pennsylvania Minimum Wage Act, the Pennsylvania Wage Payment and Collection Law, and the Pennsylvania Whistleblower Law.
During his second year of law school, Mr. Celiesius also interned at Omnigon Communications, LLC, where he assisted the in-house counsel reviewing corporate contracts, intellectual property law, and the European Union-United States Privacy Shield.
Mr. Celiesius first became interested in employment law during law school where he served as Treasurer for the Employment Law Society at Widener University Delaware Law School (“Widener”).
During his time at Widener, Mr. Celiesius served as a member of the Environmental Law Clinic and received the Charles Zencey award for environmental advocacy. Through his tenure with the Environmental Law Clinic, Mr. Celiesius was nominated to the Delaware Valley Environmental American Inn of Court. Before beginning law school, Mr. Celiesius attended Temple University where he majored in Philosophy.Mr. Celiesius is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania. Mr. Celiesius was born and raised in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, and he currently resides in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
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