Gibbons Director Kelly Ann Bird Elected to New Jersey State Bar Foundation Board of Trustees


June 21, 2017

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Kelly Ann Bird, a Director in the Employment & Labor Law Department of Gibbons P.C., has been elected to the Board of Trustees of the New Jersey State Bar Foundation (NJSBF).

The NJSBF is the charitable and educational foundation of the New Jersey State Bar Association, which strives to foster increased awareness, appreciation, and knowledge of the law and legal system among New Jersey residents. The NJSBF serves as the statewide resource for law-related education for the public and provides opportunities for lawyers to serve the public through various educational, practical, and volunteer programs and initiatives.

At Gibbons, Ms. Bird counsels employers on employment and human resources issues, conducts and assists in investigations, and litigates as necessary in these areas. Her clients range from small, family-owned businesses to hospitals, and higher education institutions to companies with thousands of employees in the Mid-Atlantic region. She represents her clients in proceedings in federal and state courts, and state and federal civil rights agencies, as well as arbitrations and mediations. She has been selected for inclusion in the most recent editions of the Chambers USA Guide to America’s Leading Lawyers for Business, Thomson Reuters New Jersey Super Lawyers, and Woodward/White Best Lawyers® for Employment & Labor. New Jersey Super Lawyers also listed Ms. Bird as one of the top 50 female attorneys in the state.

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