India McGhee, Esq.

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Bar Admissions

New Jersey


Pennsylvania Bar Association
Philadelphia Bar Association
Claims and Litigation Management Alliance
National LGBT Bar Association


Ursinus College, B.S.
Drexel University School of Law, J.D.


Recognized for her writing, research and advocacy skills on behalf of clients, Ms. McGhee imparts a confidence and emotional intelligence that puts clients at ease during what can be a stressful experience. As she prepares cases for arbitration and trial, she is recognized for her ability to treat each case individually on its own merits to achieve optimum resolution for the client.  

As a member of the insurance and healthcare fraud litigation team, Ms. McGhee provides trial support for state and federal cases, including drafting successful motions in limine to preclude key evidence and witnesses, petitions to stay cases, and dispositive motions. She works collaboratively to bring cases successfully through the discovery process to verdict, and also contributes to appellate briefing for cases on appeal to the Superior Court.

Prior to joining Goldberg, Miller and Rubin, Ms. McGhee was a law clerk to the Honorable Ramy I. Djerassi in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas where she worked on a wide range of matters in the Complex Litigation Center and in Commerce Court.

India was a member of the Moot Court Board as a Drexel University School of Law student and competed in the National First Amendment Moot Court Competition.

While India has made a career in legal services, her passion for law even extends into a hobby, as she is an ardent follower of the Supreme Court. India likes to support the Philadelphia Union as a member of the Sons of Ben and also enjoys cross stitch and classic movies. 


“I’ll See You in Court:” The Collision of Legal Drama Frames and Public Policy in Teen Pregnancy and MTV: Perspectives on Sixteen and Pregnant and Teen Mom (Scarecrow Press, 2013)

McGhee, India, Jennifer Bayzick, April Kontostathis, Lynne Edwards, Alexandra McBride, and Emma Jakubowski. (2011). Learning to Identify Internet Sexual Predation. International Journal on Electronic Commerce. Volume 15, Number 3. Spring 2011

Kontostathis, April, Lynne Edwards, Jen Bayzick, India McGhee, Amanda Leatherman and Kristina Moore. (2009). Comparison of Rule-based to Human Analysis of Chat Logs. 1st International Workshop on Mining Social Media (MSM09). Seville, Spain. Nov 2009