Ariel Brown (center), who just completed her first year at Temple University Beasley School of Law, is interning this summer at Weber Gallagher’s Norristown office in the Family Law Group. Weber Gallagher is participating in the 2016 Montgomery Bar Association 1L Summer Diversity Program where a minority student, who has completed the first year of law school, works in a firm for the summer. Ariel has an MS in Education from the University of Pennsylvania and a degree from Cornell University. She is pictured here with Carolyn Mirabile, head of the Norristown Weber Gallagher office and a Partner in the Family Law Group, and Paul Fires, Managing Partner of Weber Gallagher. One of the architects of the Montgomery Bar Association diversity intern program was Montgomery Court of Common Pleas Judge Dan Clifford, a former Weber Gallagher Partner in Norristown and the first openly gay judge to be elected in Montgomery County.