Personal Injury Litigator
Edward Grant is a personal injury litigator at Lowenthal & Abrams. Prior to joining the firm, Edward was an Assistant District Attorney in Philadelphia for five years, where he tried numerous jury and bench trials. Edward individually prepared and litigated hundreds of cases while providing a voice for victims of crime. With Lowenthal & Abrams, Edward’s focus includes car accidents, slip and falls and other types of injury cases.
Edward graduated from the Tom Kline School of Law at Drexel University magna cum laude, where he was the recipient of an award recognizing excellence in advocacy. During law school, he was the president of the Criminal Law Society and was an executive officer of the Moot Court Board. In addition to his leadership roles, Edward was the Mid-Atlantic Region champion in the Philip C. Jessup International Law Competition, the world’s largest moot court competition. As a result of his victory, Edward represented the United States in the International Rounds of the same competition.
Prior to earning his Juris Doctor, Edward graduated from the Pennsylvania State University with a major in finance and a minor in the Legal Environment of Business. While at Penn State, Edward competed as a member of the Penn State Mock Trial Association and volunteered for The Penn State Dance Marathon, the largest student-run philanthropy in the world with a focus toward fighting pediatric cancer.
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