|EDUCATION||Juniata College, B.A
Widener Commonwealth School of Law, JD
|BAR MEMBERSHIPS||State of Pennsylvania, 2020|
|PRACTICE AREAS||Workers’ Compensation|
Marjorie was born in Lima, Peru, and raised in Philadelphia, PA. She graduated from Juniata College earning a Bachelor of Arts with a double major in International Political Economy and Spanish Literature. After college, she worked for a large claimant workers’ compensation law firm in Philadelphia, PA. Her interest in workers’ compensation law began there.
In 2020, Marjorie graduated cum laude from Widener Commonwealth School of Law and obtained a Business Advising Certificate with honors. During her study at Widener, she was a senior editor for the Widener Commonwealth Law Review and a competitor for the Widener’s National Trial Team Competition. Marjorie also authored a survey, Parking Detour: Misunderstanding the Optional Requirement for Parking Lot Cases in Workers’ Compensation, which was published in the Widener Commonwealth Law Review, Volume 30.
Prior to joining Moore Ingram Johnson & Steele, LLP, Marjorie served as a judicial intern for the Honorable Leonard G. Brown, III at the Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas, and as a workers’ compensation defense attorney for Thomas, Thomas, and Hafer, LLP.
In her free time, Marjorie enjoys playing board games, volleyball, and spending time with friends, family, and dog.