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Clancy Boylan is an associate plaintiff’s attorney at Fellerman & Ciarimboli.
Attorney Boylan is a 2012 graduate of Duquesne University School of Law. While at Duquesne University, Attorney Boylan was selected as one of the top 16 trial advocates in the country to compete in the prestigious Baylor Law School Top Gun Competition. The Top Gun National Mock Trial Competition is an innovative, invitation-only mock trial tournament where the single best advocates from the top 16 trial advocacy schools go head-to-head for the honor of Top Gun (read the official description). Attorney Boylan was selected for this competition based on his performances throughout his time at Duquesne.
In 2011, Attorney Boylan won the American Association for Justice (AAJ) Mock Trial National Championship in Las Vegas, Nevada. His team finished first out of 225 teams, going undefeated in the process, earning Duquesne their first ever Mock Trial National Championship (read the full AAJ 2011 National Competition). Also in 2011, he finished runner-up in the 2011 National Civil Trial Competition (NCTC) in Los Angeles, California, an invitation-only tournament consisting of the top Mock Trial programs in the country.
Attorney Boylan was granted several awards by the faculty during his time at Duquesne. He was awarded the Katie Westbrook Award, which is given to a graduating student who demonstrated outstanding academic achievement with a particular focus on trial advocacy. He was also admitted to the Order of Barristers for excellence in Courtroom Advocacy, and won the Shalom Moot Court Award for excellence in trial advocacy.
Attorney Boylan also presented a CLE seminar for practicing attorneys in the Pittsburgh area in April of 2012 entitled Recent Changes in Patent and Copyright Law (read about the CLE seminar agenda)
Attorney Boylan graduated in 2005 from Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with a degree in Management. In 2008, he received his MBA from Wilkes University, specializing in Human Resource Management and Organizational Change and Development.
Prior to becoming an Associate, Attorney Boylan clerked for two years for F&C and spent one summer as a certified intern at the Luzerne County District Attorney’s Office. During the summer of 2011, he was the subject of a story in the Citizen’s Voice entitled “Legal Eagle”, documenting his achievements in Trial Advocacy (read the full article on Citizen’s Voice)
Before embarking on his legal career, Attorney Boylan worked for Wachovia Bank from 2005 – 2009 as a Financial Center Manager. In 2007, he achieved Corporate Officer status.
Attorney Boylan is also a board member for the Boylan Foundation since 2001. The Boylan Foundation has dedicated its time and efforts to assisting families in need in Northeastern Pennsylvania (read about The Boylan Foundation’s charitable efforts on their website).
Ever since he was a child, Clancy dreamed of becoming a trial lawyer. Beyond the appeal the courtroom offers as a test of inner will (or “what you are made of”), Clancy’s choice to pursue plaintiff’s work has roots in the values his family instilled as a child: helping those in need was a recurrent theme during his childhood. According to Clancy, “there is nothing like helping a family or an individual that has been wronged in some way – I take pride in being able to bring justice to those who need it the most.”