One of the joys of being a Widener Law Commonwealth student is meeting alumni. Gabriella Romeo ’21, Student Bar Association President, interviewed alumnus Anthony Cox ’17. In-person restrictions did not keep them from a fun and engaging interview. In addition to his comments during the interview,
Anthony emphasizes the importance of mentorship. "Seek mentorship. My motto is make it to the top and send the ladder back down to help others up. There is nothing like having someone guide you up the ladder who has been up before." Anthony D. Cox Jr. is an associate attorney at Dickie McCamey and Chilcote. His practice consists primary of civil and commercial litigation on the defense side. Anthony is also the chair of the firm’s professional licensing defense group where he represents professionals before state and federal agencies.
Anthony is a May 2017 graduate of Widener Commonwealth where he served as President of BLSA for two-years; and editor on the Law Review; the President of Moot Court; and a Vice-President for the Trial Advocacy Honor Society.
Anthony currently serves on the Widener Commonwealth Alumni Board; Dean’s Diversity Board; and is the Co-Vice Chair of the Pennsylvania Bar Association Minority Bar Committee. Anthony is passionate about assisting BLSA and mentoring Widener Commonwealth students.
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