Patricia A. Daly previously taught legal writing at both Temple University School of Law and Widener Law. Professor Daly is a magna cum laude graduate of Temple University School of Law, where she served as an articles editor for The Temple Law Review. Professor Daly has spent the majority of her career working in the Pennsylvania Superior Court. As the deputy clerk for the Honorable Phyllis W. Beck for over 14 years, Professor Daly drafted legal opinions, co-wrote a number of scholarly articles, and mentored new lawyers and summer interns. Professor Daly also instructed law clerks statewide on ethical issues in judicial chambers. Professor Daly teaches Lawyering Practice Seminar at the law school, which is the classroom component to the Co-op Program. Students working with our co-op partners must attend this class, which addresses a variety of skills, including research and writing refreshers, ethics in the workplace, legal practice workshops, reflective journals, public speaking, and professionalism.
Insight and Analysis of the Fourteenth Amendment: A Foreword (with Phyllis W. Beck), Temple Political & Civil Rights Law Review (2004)
Pennsylvania's Equal Rights Amendment Law: What Does It Portend for the Future? (with Phyllis W. Beck), Temple Law Review (2001)
State Constitutional Analysis of Pretext Stops: Racial Profiling and Public Policy Concerns (with Phyllis W. Beck), Temple Law Review (1999)
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