David Shulick – Law Clerk

David Shulick is a successful lawyer in Philadelphia. He attended the James Beasley Law School at Temple University from 1991 to 1994 and graduated with honors and awards. Since receiving his law degree he has excelled at every employment position he has had, consistently exceeding his personal goals and those of his employers.

David Shulick

“My passion lies in setting and achieving goals, collaboration, and driving success,” he says.

As a law student David Shulick served as a clerk at a Philadelphia law firm. As he knows, good law clerks are indispensable to the functioning of a law firm or judge, but it works both ways; the experience the clerk get is invaluable. “I clerked at Jubanyik, Varbalow, now Dilworth Paxson,” he recalls. “Reporting primarily to Michael Varbalow, Esquire, I continually exceeded expectations as his Clerk with reference to my analytical skills, self-starter qualities, independent performance, and writing skills. I also served a Clerkship with the Honorable Marvin Halbert learning trial practice, opinion drafting, and other key judicial related skills, outperforming all expectations set by the Court.”

According to the American Bar Association, good law clerks prepare judges for hearings, trials and oral arguments, and also manage dockets; they act as writers, administrators, schedulers, and gatekeepers.

David Shulick passed the Bar exams in New Jersey and Pennsylvania not long after receiving his law degree, and he has gone on to a distinguished career. He was named a “Super Lawyer – Rising Star” in 2005, 2006 and 2007. Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers, whose objective is to create a credible and comprehensive list of outstanding attorneys, which can be used by the public as an aid in choosing a lawyer.


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