Our Attorneys

Catherine N. Harrington, Esquire
President and Managing Attorney


Catherine Harrington

In 1986, Catherine graduated from Temple University with a Bachelor of Arts. In 1988, she graduated from Widener University School of Law in Wilmington, Delaware. Catherine then worked as Assistant District Attorney for the Philadelphia District Attorney's office, successfully prosecuting hundreds of criminal cases. After serving in the District Attorney's office, Catherine moved into private practice eventually partnering with Robert Keller, Esquire at Keller-Harrington Law Offices, LLC. In 2006, Catherine founded her own firm for which Harrington & Associates, P.C. is named.

Catherine was named Alumna of the Year in 2007 for Widener University School of Law. She has been featured in Philadelphia Magazine and as a guest speaker at local universities and schools as well as Women's Networking events.

Catherine has more than 20 years trial experience and continues to litigate in both state and federal courts in Pennsylvania in all areas of firm concentration.

Catherine's professional memberships include Widener University School of Law Alumni Executive Counsel, Brehon Law Society of Philadelphia, Philadelphia Bar Association, Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association, National Association of Women Business Owners and DA's Alumni Association. Catherine also volunteers as Executive Board Member and Advisory Counsel to Norwood-Fontbonne Academy.

Shannon Baxter Harrington, Esquire


Shannon Baxter Harrington

Shannon earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Fairfield University in 2001. She graduated with distinguished honors in Trial Advocacy from the James E. Beasley School of Law at Temple University in 2006.

Shannon joined Harrington & Associates, PC in 2008. Shannon's areas of concentration include general insurance defense litigation with emphasis on special investigations and first and third party automobile liability issues as well as premises liability, personal injury, bad faith and coverage issues.

Christine Anne Egan, Esquire


Christine Anne Egan

Christine graduated from Villanova University with a Bachelor of Science in International Business in 1988. In 1991, she obtained her law degree from Dickinson School of Law. Christine worked as a Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Richard S. Lowe in Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas after which she began practice in the area of medical malpractice defense. Christine expanded her litigation experience to include personal injury, appellate practice, premises liability, contracts, automobile liability and insurance coverage issues. Her experience also includes counsel for a major hospital handling and assigning claims. Christine joined Keller-Harrington in 2003 and continues to practice in all areas of litigation at Harrington & Associates, PC.

Christine intermittently teaches as an Assistant Professor at Villanova University in Discrimination, Justice and the Law.

Nancy Noonan Powell, Esquire

Nancy graduated Magna Cum Laude from Catholic University of America with a B.A. in Social Work. Thereafter she worked as a Social Worker for two years in the field of foster care.

In 1991, Nancy graduated from Villanova School of Law. She began practice in the field of medical malpractice and general defense litigation through 2006 when she joined Harrington & Associates, PC. Nancy's experience includes a full range of litigation, trial and appellate practice. Nancy continues to work in general civil litigation concentrating in areas including medical malpractice, automobile defense and premises liability.

Nancy has lectured to health care professionals on legal-medical issues and on the prevention of litigation.

Margaret M. Harrington, Esquire

Meg graduated from Temple University School of Law in 1997 for LL.M in Trial Advocacy and Widener University School of Law in 1993 for J.D.

She concentrates her practice in General Casualty and Premises Litigation, Insurance Coverage Litigation, Liquor Liability, Product Liability, Transportation Law, Construction Accidents and Defects, First-Party and Third-Party Property Damage, Defense of Subrogation Claims.

Meg has served as a member of the faculty at the Community College of Philadelphia, teaching courses in Civil Litigation, Political Science, American History and Paralegal Studies. She has also served as Moot Court Judge at Widener School of Law and as volunteer faculty in its Intense Trial Advocacy Program. In addition, she was an instructor for Lorman Seminars' Discovery in Civil Litigation for Paralegals.