David Shulick : Branching Out

David Shulick is an accomplished attorney who currently lives and practices law in the Greater Philadelphia, Pennsylvania metropolitan area. He is a 1994 graduate of the James E. Beasley School of Law at Temple University, and a 1991 graduate of the University of Delaware, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting and Finance.

David Shulick

David Shulick

David Shulick passed the bar exams in Pennsylvania and New Jersey on the very first round, and joined the law firm of Cohen and Huntington in January 1995. The firm specialized in Construction litigation and Real Estate law, and after bringing in substantial litigation business, David Shulick left the firm after approximately one year, joining Frank and Rosen (now Alan Frank and Associates), allowing him to broaden his experience and client base, by focusing on personal injury, commercial, class action and employment litigation, and corporate law.

His time at Frank and Rosen were important years in David Shulick’s development as a lawyer, and also in his earning capacity. “I earned more than five times my base salary given my 20% cut of self-generated hourly business generated, and 33% cut of self-generated contingent and hourly fee business brought to the Firm,” he recalls. “I also chaired the Firm’s litigation department at the age of 28, and filed and/or defended countless personal injury, medical malpractice, commercial litigation and/or legal malpractice matters.”

By 1999 David Shulick was ready to branch out on his own, and he established Shulick Law in Philadelphia that summer. “I built Shulick Law solely through client referrals and word of mouth,” he says. “Since August 1999, I served as lead counsel providing litigation, litigation management, outside-counsel management and related services. I also served as in-house corporate counsel to companies and countless business Clients of the Firm.”

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