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Prior to entering private practice, Mr. Bellew served as judicial clerk to the Hon. Sandra Schultz Newman of the Supreme Court of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Mr. Bellew is a 1997 graduate of Villanova University School of Law, where he was symposium editor and staff writer for the Villanova Environmental Law Journal, and the President of the Student Bar Association. He received his undergraduate degree from The Catholic University of America, in Washington, D.C.
The listing of areas of practice in the foregoing profile does not represent official certification as a specialist in those areas.
•Duane Morris LLP
- Partner, 2015-present
•Ballard Spahr LLP
- Partner, 2010-2015
- Of Counsel, 2008-2010
- Member, 2003-2008
- Associate, 2000-2002
•Pennsylvania Supreme Court
- Judicial Clerk to the Hon. Sandra Schultz Newman, 1999-2000
•Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania
- Judicial Clerk to President Judge James G. Colins, 1997-1999
Civic and Charitable Activities
- Past President, Philadelphia Chapter
•Villanova University School of Law Alumni Association
- Past President, Delaware Chapter
•St. Patrick's Society
- Board Member
- St. Thomas of Villanova Parish, Villanova, PA
•Co-author, Federalization Increases D&O Exposure, Executive Counsel, February/March 2011
•Co-Author, Criminal Enforcement of Environmental Laws - A Guide to Corporate Compliance, VIII Vill. Envtrl. L. J. 1
Selected Speaking Engagements
• Why Delaware? Here's Why: ExploringDelaware's Preeminent Legal Landscape, Bryn Maw Trust Co., Seminar Series, March 2, 2017
• Fundamentals of Civil Litigation: General Delaware Civil Litigation, Practice Pitfalls, and Court Updates / Court of Chancery Practice, Continuing Legal Education program, Delaware State Bar Association Litigation Section, March 26, 2010
•Delaware Bar Association
•Pennsylvania Bar Association
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