Wilmington, Delaware- On January 21, 2020, Kara M. Swasey was admitted to the bar of the United States Supreme Court. At a brief hearing at the Courthouse in Washington, D.C., Peter Stamblek, Esquire of New York state moved Ms. Swasey’s admission and Chief Justice John Roberts granted the motion. Ms. Swasey and Mr. Stamblek are fellow members of the Vagabond Family Law Society, an organization of family law attorneys across the country created to promote networking and sharing of ideas across jurisdictions. Ms. Swasey was one of 12 Vagabonds admitted on Tuesday. As a member of the United States Supreme Court bar, Ms. Swasey may now appear as counsel of record in matters before the Supreme Court.
Kara is active in the Delaware legal community, where she serves in leadership positions for several organizations including The Melson-Arsht Inn of Court, DSBA Family Law Section, and the Access to Justice Commission. She has also been recognized for her pro bono work with organizations like the Domestic Violence Advocacy Program (DVLS), the Federal Re-entry Legal Assistance Program and the Limited Legal Assistance Program. Kara concentrates her practice in the area of family law, including divorce, custody, child support, adoption, guardianship and protection from abuse. She also provides litigation support to Bayard’s bankruptcy, corporate and commercial law practices.
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