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The Hellenic Lawyers Association at the Supreme Court Admission Ceremony in DC

WASHINGTON, DC – The Hellenic Lawyers Association (HLA) Supreme Court Admission Ceremony took place on May 25 in Washington, DC. PN Lawyers partner Taso Pardalis was among the HLA members who had their names read in open court before all sitting justices as they were admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court.

The HLA Supreme Court Admission Trip also included HLA President George N. Zapantis, Andreas Koutsoudakis, Michael Iakovou, Matia Nikolovienis, Irene Angelakis, Deana Balahtsis, Chrisanthy Zapantis-Melis, and Ted Anastasiou.

PN Lawyers partner Taso Pardalis at the U.S. Supreme Court. Photo: Courtesy of PN Lawyers/ Taso Pardalis

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