Pamela A. Maginnis
is an associate with the Toxic Tort Litigation Department in the firm’s Philadelphia office. Ms. Maginnis is also experienced in general liability, including defending clients from claims involving personal injury, commercial transportation and construction defects. Ms. Maginnis has had success in claims being dismissed against her clients at the pleadings and discovery phases of litigation. Prior to joining Swartz Campbell, Ms. Maginnis wrote and delivered speeches on behalf of statewide and local political candidates at venues throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania.
Ms. Maginnis received her J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center. While at Georgetown Law, she was an active member of the Women’s Legal Alliance and was chosen to serve as a mentor for incoming members. Ms. Maginnis received her B.A. in History from Fordham University. She was a memember of the Pre-Law Society and the Gaelic Society. She was selected to represent Fordham’s Pre-Law Society in meetings with law school officials from around the country.
Ms. Maginnis was a part of the first female membership class admitted to the Society of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick’s flagship chapter. The Society of the Friendly Sons has been an active philanthropic organization since 1771, focusing on scholarships and benevolence in the the Philadelphia area.
Ms. Maginnis is licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. She is an active member of the Pennsylvania, Philadelphia and Montgomery Bar Associations.
Areas of Practice
- Product Liability
- Toxic Tort Litigation
- New Jersey 2016
- Pennsylvania 2017
- Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, D.C. - J.D. - 2016
- Fordham University, Bronx, NY - B.A. History - 2012
- Montgomery Bar Association 2017 to present
- Pennsylvania Bar Association 2017 to present
- U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey 2016
Pro Bono Activities
- Montgomery Child Advocacy Project
- Pennsylvania High School Mock Trial Competition - Volunteer Juror
CONTACT Pamela A. Maginnis
/ 215-299-4245 (phone)
/ 215-299-4301 (fax)