Kittitian-born attorney, Worrell Nero, has been approved as a Master of the Inn of the Philadelphia Criminal Law American Inn of Court, which focuses on issues that affect the State’s court criminal practitioners.
In according the accolade, the conferring committee of eight eminent jurists, headed by Sheila Woods-Skipper, acknowledged the positive force that Mr. Nero has been within the Philadelphia legal community.
Mr. Nero, a graduate of Loyola Law School has been a practicing attorney in Philadelphia for over twenty years, with an international practice concentrating in the areas of Immigration Law, Criminal Law, Business Litigation and Personal Injury.
He holds Legal Bar Membership in several jurisdictions including that of the East Caribbean Supreme Court, and in May 2009 he was inducted into the United States Supreme Court Bar.
Within the Philadelphia Criminal Law American Inn of Court, the Masters’ roll is limited to twenty-five practitioners. Other categories of membership are Barristers and Associates.
In June 2009, Mr. Nero was appointed to serve as the Honorary Consul General of St. Kitts and Nevis in Philadelphia.