Phyllis W. Beck 2000

The first woman to serve on the Superior Court of Pennsylvania, she chaired the Governor's Commission on Judicial Reform under Governor Casey, which is credited for recommending far-reaching reforms in Pennsylvania's Judicial System. She is widely respected for her scholarly judicial articles and has been a tireless advocate in the civic and judicial communities on behalf of women, families, racial equality and public education.

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