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Hollenbeck elected president of Lawyers Club

Patricia Hollenbeck, a partner with the law firm Duane Morris, has been elected as the 43rd president of Lawyers Club of San Diego. Her one-year term began July 1.

A member of the organization’s board of directors since 2011, Hollenbeck recently completed her term as vice president of the finance and fundraising section. She previously served as the chair of several Lawyers Club committees, including membership and judicial endorsements.

As president, in addition to leading the 15-member board, Hollenbeck will make appointments for more than 35 committee, liaison and ad hoc positions, and she will work alongside Lawyers Club’s executive director, Elaine Lawrence.

Hollenbeck is an experienced trial lawyer whose practice focuses primarily on complex business litigation.

For the past several years, Hollenbeck has served on the steering committee of the Duane Morris Women’s Initiative, and in 2013, she received the firm’s Cheryl Blackwell Bryson Leadership Award. The award recognizes significant contributions to women in the profession, including issues regarding the professional development of women lawyers and their career advancement.

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