Philadelphia, November 2, 2017- Melinda Rudolph, a member of Cozen O’Connor’s Corporate Practice Group, has been selected as a 2017 Women of Distinction by the Philadelphia Business Journal. Rudolph is one of 30 businesswomen selected from the Philadelphia region for making a difference in their communities and leaving a mark on Philadelphia business.
Rudolph is a nationally known corporate life sciences attorney who represents biomedical and biotechnology companies in complex commercial matters and plays a critical role in shaping the legal norms that now guide the industry.
Rudolph is an advocate for the autism community and helped drive and secure funding for the young autism program, an educational program for high-functioning kids on the autism spectrum, at the Y.A.L.E. School in Cherry Hill. As a trailblazer in male-dominated fields, she also mentors young female attorneys and helps them achieve professional and personal success.
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