Medford resident signs on with Greenblatt, Pierce, Engle, Funt & Flores, LLC
Greenblatt, Pierce, Engle, Funt & Flores, LLC is pleased to announce that Meredith Lowry, Esq. has joined the firm as an associate. Ms. Lowry concentrates her practice in the area of criminal defense and she participates in the firm’s White Collar Criminal Defense and Corporate Investigations group, the Federal Criminal Defense group, as well as both the Pennsylvania and New Jersey criminal practice areas. Ms. Lowry represents individuals charged with a variety of criminal offenses such as wire fraud, bank fraud, corrupt organizations, money laundering, insurance fraud, perjury, aggravated assault, firearms offenses, drug crimes, and many other state and federal offenses.
Ms. Lowry directly assists Michael J. Engle, a firm partner, with internal investigations of companies and other entities. In addition, Ms. Lowry regularly drafts pre-trial motions, post-trial motions, and appeals on a variety of complex legal issues.
According to Michael J. Engle, the chair of GPEFF’s White Collar Criminal Defense and Corporate Investigations practice, “Meredith is an amazing addition to our firm and someone who will undoubtedly grow into a fantastic attorney. Meredith came to us through an internship during her third year of law school and she worked her way into a full time associate position by demonstrating her great work ethic as well as her extremely advanced legal writing skills. Everyone in our firm is excited to work with such a talented young lawyer.”
Ms. Lowry is a native of New Jersey and a graduate of Bishop Eustace Preparatory School. Ms. Lowry obtained her Bachelor of Science degree from Drexel University prior to graduating cum laude from the Thomas R. Kline School of Law at Drexel University in 2015 where she was an Associate Editor of the Drexel Law Review and a member of the Dean’s List. Ms. Lowry focused her coursework on criminal law and business law, and excelled in courses such as Trial Advocacy, Appellate Advocacy, Federal Criminal Law, as well as Health Care Fraud and Abuse.
During her first summer in law school, Ms. Lowry served as an intern for the honorable Karen M. Williams in the Federal District of New Jersey, and then worked at a mid-sized law firm during her second year of law school. During her third year of law school, Ms. Lowry participated in a law school clinic at the Defender Association of Philadelphia where she represented indigent criminal defendants in preliminary hearings and Municipal Court trials, having successfully litigated various pretrial motions. During the same year, Ms. Lowry dedicated over 100 hours of pro bono service at the Pennsylvania Innocence Project, and began working as a part-time law clerk at GPEFF. Ms. Lowry now practices out of GPEFF’s office in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Ms. Lowry can be reached at (215) 735–1600 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.