Edward M. Flitter
Ed’s practice focuses on investigating and litigating tort and commercial litigation matters for corporate defendants and select plaintiffs. Ed’s tort work includes personal injury matters involving product liability, trucking accidents, automobile accidents, and premises liability. Ed handles commercial disputes for local, regional, and national clients.
Before joining the firm, Ed served as a federal judicial Law Clerk to U.S. Magistrate Judge Pamela A. Carlos, in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. While a law clerk, he gained experience in personal injury law and civil rights matters, and he became an expert in habeas corpus and social security appeals. Prior to his clerkship, he represented litigation clients at a local full-service firm.
During law school, Ed served as a federal judicial extern to District Judge Mark A. Kearny in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and was the Articles Editor on Law Review.
Ed is an avid Eagles fan and enjoys visiting different sports stadiums across the country.
Education and Admissions
J.D., Widener University Delaware Law School, Wilmington, DE
- Cum Laude
- Law Review
- Articles Editor
- Published Law Review article – The Interactive Space,
Adapting Public Forum Doctrine Meet the Needs of the Cyber Age, 26
Widener L. Rev. 197 (2020).
B.A., Temple University
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania