Jacob K. Mintun
Jacob K. Mintun, Esquire is a graduate of Villanova University School of Law, where he was captain of their trial team. Upon graduation, he received both the Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association James J. Manderino Award and the International Academy of Trial Lawyers Student Advocacy Award, which are given to the graduate who demonstrated the highest level of excellence in the art of trial advocacy.
After graduation, Jacob worked for four years as a trial litigator for the Defender Association of Philadelphia, where he oversaw hundreds of cases in both the Family Courthouse and Juanita Kidd Stout Center for Criminal Justice.
Prior to attending law school, Jacob received his bachelor’s degree at the University of Washington with a major in Law, Societies, and Justice. While there, he was an avid member of the mock trial team, winning several national tournaments and securing the University as one of the most competitive teams in the country.
In his free time, Jacob likes to take trips down to the Chesapeake Bay where he has the chance to either take his racing shell out on the water or go fishing from the dock.