Ardmore, PA – Anna M. Durbin is being recognized by Continental Who’s Who as a Top Attorney in the field of Law as an Attorney at her Private Practice.
Established in 1994, Law Offices of Anna M. Durbin renders premier criminal defense legal services in the areas of Federal and Pennsylvania Criminal Defense, white collar, DUI/DWI, and civil rights cases. An ethical and brilliant attorney, Mrs. Durbin has four decades of experience presenting strong cases with winning verdicts. Her office is located at 50 Rittenhouse Place, just west of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Known for her incisive mind, Mrs. Durbin has high moral standards, showing compassion to each client and finding the human being within them. She previously served as one of the first laws clerks for United States District Judge Norma Shapiro and as an assistant federal public defender. Additionally, she taught part-time for the Law and Policy Program at Bryn Mawr Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research. She also serves as an elected member of the Lower Merion Township Board of Commissioners.
In recognition of academic success, Mrs. Durbin first earned a Bachelor of Arts (BA) from Stanford University, and graduated from Yale Law School where she earned a Juris Doctorate (JD). She now serves on the Yale Law School Alumni Executive Committee. She also graduated from the National College for Criminal Defense and Gerry Spence’s Trial Lawyers College where she served on the Alumni board of Directors.
A frontrunner in her field, Mrs. Durbin maintains affiliations with numerous organizations. She is a member the Pennsylvania Bar Association (PABAR), Montgomery County Bar Association (MCBAR), National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL), Pennsylvania Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (PACDL), Federal Criminal Law Committee of Philadelphia (FCLC), Women White Collar Defense Association, Ardmore Business Association, Criminal Justice Act Panels for the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, and the District of Delaware, where she accepts court-appointed cases. Previously, she served on a Hearing Committee for the Disciplinary Board of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
As a testament to her success, Pennsylvania Super Lawyers recognized Mrs. Durbin consecutively since 2005 and Best Lawyers in America recognized her consecutively since 2006. Venerated by her peers, she has a 5-star rating on Martindale-Hubbell.
Mrs. Durbin dedicates this recognition to her husband of forty-three years, Peter, three daughters, and her mentor Judge Shapiro of blessed memory.