Meetings are held either the last Tuesday or Wednesday of each month, except December, June, July and August.
Cocktails begin at 5:45 p.m. (cash bar); dinner begins at 6:15 p.m.; and the presentation by the pupilage team follows immediately after the dinner for approximately one hour.
Judges and Masters $250
Dues are to be paid on or before October 31, unless special arrangements have been made.
• President - Corey Mowrey
• Vice-President - Brian Bluth
• Treasurer - Judge Nancy Butts
• Secretary - Tammy Taylor
The Charles F. Greevy, Jr. American Inn of Court is fashioned after the American Inns of Court Foundation, a national Association designed in large part to promote greater civility and collegiality among legal professionals.
Our Inn is aptly named after the Honorable Charles F. Greevy as throughout his 50 years as a judge in the Court of Common Pleas of Lycoming County, he demonstrated the character, integrity, demeanor and fairness to which all legal professionals should aspire.
In 1997, spearheaded by the Honorable Nancy Butts, the Charles F. Greevy, Jr. American Inn of Court was formed with the assistance of the American Inns of Court Foundation. Members of our Inn include state and federal Judges and licensed practicing attorneys. Each member is characterized by their years of practice with Masters having more than 20 years of practice; Barristers having between 10 to 20 years of practice; and Associates having 0 to 10 years of practice.
Members are assigned to a pupilage team, with a Master chairing each team. We meet 8 times a year for dinner and a program. Dining together is an important part of tradition of the Inn of Court as it permits interaction and the sharing of experiences and insights between judges, seasoned practitioners and less experienced members.
Each pupilage team plans, researches and presents one program a year which follows immediately after our dinner meetings. The pupilage teams are designed to encourage teamwork, civility and mentoring amongst the members. Although not a main goal, many of the programs are certified for Continuing Legal Education credits.