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Reginald Streater Elected Vice President of the Greater Philadelphia ACLU Chapter

Archer attorney Reginald L. Streater was recently elected Vice President of the Greater Philadelphia Chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Pennsylvania. Reginald has been serving on the Greater Philadelphia Chapter’s Board of Directors since November 2018.

Local chapters of the ACLU are made up of groups of volunteers. The Greater Philadelphia Chapter includes Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties. Founded in 1920, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to defending and protecting an individual rights and personal freedoms. Through advocacy, education and litigation, their attorneys, advocates and volunteers work to preserve and promote civil liberties, including the freedom of speech, the right to privacy, reproductive freedom, and equal treatment under the law.

Reginald focuses his practice on commercial and complex litigation. His clients range from individuals and small businesses, to large corporations and public entities. Reginald handles a variety of litigation matters, including contract disputes, federal claims, federal civil rights claims, insurance matters, labor and employment claims, fraud claims, and tort claims in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

Archer & Greiner P.C. is a full-service regional law firm with 180 lawyers and eight offices in Haddonfield, Hackensack, Princeton and Red Bank, New Jersey; Philadelphia and Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; New York, New York; and Wilmington, Delaware. The firm has been serving Fortune 100 clients, small to medium-sized businesses, and individuals for over 90 years. Each office provides full-service litigation and transactional capabilities in nearly every area of law, including corporate, estate & trust, family & matrimonial, labor & employment, litigation, medical & personal injury and real estate services. For more information, visit