Ian Silfies, raised in Palmerton, PA, is a Paralegal at Antonoplos & Associates. Mr. Silfies received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Philosophy from Misericordia University in 2020 and graduated Summa Cum Laude. During his time at Misericordia, Mr. Silfies served as his class treasurer and was a member of the government, law, and national security club. Additionally, Mr. Silfies was a member of his university golf team during the entirety of his undergraduate career.
During his undergraduate education, Mr. Silfies was a dedicated researcher. This was highlighted by his work on an article with a faculty member from Misericordia University that was recently published in Charleston Law Review that focused on the first amendment rights of fans at athletic events. Additionally, he wrote his own paper that focused on the United States and the Chinese trade relationship and how this relationship affects American national security. After much editing, this paper is now being sent out for publication to multiple scholarly journals.
During his undergraduate career, Mr. Silifes interned for his local state representative where he mainly focused on solving constituent issues related to property tax returns. When not directly working with constituents, Mr. Silfies worked with the other support staff in the state representative office to plan community events. The second internship Mr. Silfies had while pursuing his bachelor's degree was for Antonoplos & Associates. During his internship, Mr. Silfies helped the attorneys and other paralegals at the office with a variety of legal issues on many different cases.
Mr. Silfies plans on attending law school in the fall and is excited to continue learning about the law and preparing for law school through working on a variety of cases with the Antonoplos & Associates attorneys. In his free time, Mr. Silfies enjoys snowboarding in the winter, playing golf in the summer, and watching sports with his friends.
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