Herbert L. Sachs received an honorary fellowship from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Amy Rosenberger was elected president of the Philadelphia chapter of the Labor and Employment Relations Association and Roberta Liebenberg received the Margaret Brent Women Lawyers of Achievement Award.
Herbert L. Sachs received an honorary fellowship on May 30 from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem at its Board of Governors meeting for his commitment to the university. He is a business leader and philanthropist in Rydal. Herbert Sachs and his brother, Keith, have established several chairs at the university tied to scientific and medical research.
Amy Rosenberger, a partner of Philadelphia labor, employment and workers’ compensation law firm Willig, Williams & Davidson, was elected president of the Philadelphia chapter of the Labor and Employment Relations Association (LERA). LERA is a nonprofit, non-partisan organization that encourages research into all aspects of the field of labor, employment and the workplace. Rosenberger has more than 20 years of experience as a labor practitioner.
Roberta Liebenberg received the Margaret Brent Women Lawyers of Achievement Award from the American Bar Association’s Commission on Women in the Profession. The award, which is the highest honor conferred upon a woman by the ABA, will be presented at the ABA’s annual meeting in San Francisco. Liebenberg is a partner in Fine, Kaplan and Black, and focuses her practice on antitrust and class-action litigation.