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PRACTICE AREAS


Defective Drugs
Defective Medical Devices
Medical Malpractice
Consumer Class Action/Mass Tort
Products Liability
Personal Injury

ADMITTED TO PRACTICE


State and Federal Courts in:
Pennsylvania
New Jersey

Ms. Brandon also works with courts in other states as admitted counsel for specific litigation or in cooperation with co-counsel.

EDUCATION


Widener University School of Law, J.D.
Dickinson College, B.A.

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS


Pennsylvania Bar Association
Montgomery County Bar Association

HONORS, AWARDS & SERVICE


Super Lawyer Rising Star 2017

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Priscilla Brandon

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Ms. Brandon joined Sheller, P.C. full-time in 2014 after having been associated with the firm for several years while maintaining a small private practice. Her focus is on mass tort and pharmaceutical litigation and, as a former computer programmer/analyst, she also advises on related electronic discovery issues.

She earned her law degree from Widener University School of Law in December 2006 and was admitted the following spring to the Pennsylvania and New Jersey bars, as well as to the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey.

Ms. Brandon is a member of the Montgomery County Bar Association where she has served for several years as a juror in the high school mock trials sponsored by the organization. She is an active member of the Medical Legal Committee which works in concert with Montgomery County Medical Society members to promote understanding between the two professions and provide programs on topics of shared interest. She also sits on the Women in the Law and Elder Care committees.

Ms. Brandon is also a member of the Philadelphia Bar Association.

Active in her community, Ms. Brandon has served multiple elected terms of office as Judge of Elections for her local voting district and is a long-time member of her local chapter of the League of Women Voters.

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