Today is National Superhero Day. Earlier this month I had the opportunity to accompany one of the partners of the firm to the Pennsylvania Superior Court. As a young attorney who has not yet had the opportunity to argue at the Superior Court, this was an exciting day for me and I wasn’t sure what to expect. Attorney Holly Filius’ argument of an appeal of a custody order in front of a panel of three Superior Court Judges was professional but fairly uneventful. However, as we were leaving we happened upon a group of individuals dressed as superheroes on the Capitol steps. So what do you do when you run into superheroes after a Superior Court argument? Have your picture taken with them, of course!
a fictional hero having extraordinary or superhuman powers; also: an exceptionally skillful or successful person
Based on this definition, many of you often function as superheroes in some capacity in your life. You also probably know, live or work with someone who behaves each and every day as a superhero. Although she did not have a cape, mask or colorful costume, Holly’s skillful presentation at Superior Court made her a superhero for her client that day.
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