David Shulick : Challenging Positions

David Shulick is a Philadelphia lawyer, and the owner and counsel at Shulick Law. He established the firm in 1999 and provides legal services for individuals, executives, and corporations across a variety of business and legal sectors.

David Shulick is a 1994 graduate of the James E. Beasley School of Law at Temple University, where he received honors and awards. Wherever he has been, he has exceeded the expectations that were made of him. “I thrive in challenging, intellectually stimulating, and collaborative positions,” David Shulick says, “where I can apply my legal, litigation, real estate and/or corporate skills.”

Today, David Shulick wants to transition away from his private practice by joining another law firm, or a successful corporation as an in-house counsel. He already has extensive litigation, corporate, in-house counsel, and private practice experience. “I also have a keen ability to successfully network and build strategic relationships,” he says.

David Shulick

David Shulick

David Shulick says that his life changed forever in 1991, when his mother died in a tragic automobile accident. “This experience shaped my life and career in many unique ways,” he acknowledges, “including the passion for making the most out of every opportunity I am presented with.” The tragedy occurred just as he was completing undergraduate studies at the University of Delaware, where he went on to receive a Bachelor of Science degree with honors. He then entered Temple University law school as scheduled in September 1991.

His life was further complicated when he cared for his elderly grandparents, but he still managed to keep a high grade point average, which would likely have been higher without the personal difficulties he faced from the tragic death of his Mother, Judith.

David Shulick has significant personal injury, commercial and complex litigation and corporate law experience.


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