Throughout her career Alicia has been dedicated to the legal profession. She has always maintained an active pro bono practice, addressing issues under the United States and Pennsylvania Constitutions and statutes. She served as deputy counsel and counsel to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court Appellate Procedural Rules Committee and has provided training to the bench and bar, as well as to law clerks. She has also been active in the American Bar Association and has been on panels at the Appellate Judges Education Institute. Alicia has been a leader of the Council of Appellate Lawyers for the Judicial Division and is currently co-chair of the Book Board and the Amicus Curiae Committees of the Section of Litigation. She is also a member of the International Bar Association. She has published on fiduciary duty and corporate governance, and has taught appellate advocacy and professional responsibility as adjunct faculty at the University of Pennsylvania.
Alicia is chair of the Governance Committee for the Board of Directors of Special Olympics Pennsylvania, a member of the Board of Directors of Fraunhofer USA and a member of the University of Pennsylvania Law Alumni Society Board of Managers.
She has a certificate in Mediating Disputes from the Harvard Program on Negotiation.
- University of Pennsylvania Law School — Adjunct Professor, Appellate Advocacy, 2013-present; Professional Responsibility, 2021
Alicia loves spending time among her heirloom flowers (and especially old roses) and open-pollinated fruits and vegetables, and sharing them and what she makes from them. She also has just recently begun to discover the joy of Pocono Manor, Pennsylvania.