Ann E. LemmoAnn Lemmo Clark Hill
Ann E. Lemmo
Ann E. Lemmo is an associate in the Philadelphia Office where she splits her time with the Real Estate Group and Consumer Financial Services Regulatory & Compliance Practice Group.
Before joining Clark Hill, Ann served as the judicial law clerk for the Honorable Robert J. Mellon in the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas. Ann advised Judge Mellon on dispositions for court hearings, trials, and settlement conferences. She also performed legal research and drafted opinions and bench memoranda. Her work focused on preliminary injunctions, restrictive covenants, trade secrets, contracts, property, lease, and loan disputes. She was also the co-chair of the Bucks County Bar Association Business Injunction Committee to develop the injunction procedures for Bucks County.
Ann earned her law degree from Temple University, Beasley School of Law where she received Outstanding Oral Advocacy awards in Trial Advocacy and Legal Research and Writing. While attending Temple, Ann was a fellow of the Rubin Public Interest Law Honor Society providing over 150 hours of pro bono and public interest work. She was the President of the Temple Environmental Law Society and also served as a teaching assistant in the Trial Advocacy Program. Ann also was a research assistant for her professor where her work focused on cost benefit analysis of EPA regulatory impact analyses for propose regulations on businesses.
While in law school, Ann worked at non-profit organizations where she provided legal research and drafted memoranda and rulemaking comments regarding the Clean Air Act, Title V Permitting Program. Ann also filed Right to Know requests on behalf of the organizations. Ann also drafted and prepared a citizen’s user guide for zoning and property management in Pennsylvania.
Prior to law school, Ann graduated cum laude from Dickinson College where she received Honors such as Dean’s List and Honor Roll. Ann also spent two years at Boston University where she received the Capstone Award for Best Paper and was a member of the Sigma Alpha Lambda Honor Society.