Pietragallo Attorney Rebecca L. Johnson Selected to ACBA Young Lawyers’ Division Bar Leadership Initiative Class of 2020-2021

August 3, 2020

Pietragallo Attorney Rebecca L. Johnson was recently selected to Allegheny County Bar Association’s (ACBA) Young Lawyers’ Division Bar Leadership Initiative Class of 2020-2021. The Bar Leadership Initiative (BLI) was developed to train young lawyers of the Allegheny County Bar Association for additional leadership roles over the course of their career.

Ms. Johnson is an Associate of the firm with experience in commercial litigation, insurance coverage matters, and construction issues.

For more information about the BLI program, we invite you to visit the ACBA website direct.

For more information about Ms. Johnson, we invite you to review her biography or contact her direct.

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