High Swartz, a full-service law firm with offices in Norristown and Doylestown PA, is pleased to announce that Samuel T. Cooper Esq. has joined the firm’s litigation team. Practicing out of the Norristown office, Mr. Cooper joins the firm after completing a law clerkship with the Honorable Daniel J. Clifford, of the family court division of the Court of Common Pleas of Montgomery County.
Mr. Cooper’s experience include multiple clerkships with courts and attorneys. During his undergraduate studies at Elizabethtown College, Mr. Cooper gained valuable legal knowledge working in the PA office of the Attorney General and in the office of Senator John Rafferty, Jr. Alongside his tenure at Widger School of Law at Villanova University, Sam completed a judicial clerkship with the Honorable Thomas P. Rogers and also represented the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office.
Before graduating from Villanova, Sam was a member of the competitive trial advocacy group and was Director of Recruitment and Alumni Relations for the Moot Court Board. In 2018, as a member of the Board he was awarded champion of the UNLV Frank A. Schreck Gaming Law Competition. In 2019, Sam was honored as the recipient of the David E. Worby ’76 Scholarship for distinguished trial advocacy as well as the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) Eric D. Turner Award.
“The ability to work at High Swartz has been a great opportunity for me as a young attorney in Montgomery County. The experienced team of professionals have given me confidence that our primary focus is on our clients and the service they deserve,” says Mr. Cooper.
Mr. Cooper is a native of Montgomery county with interests and activities including long distance running, hiking, and dog fostering. Since 2019, Mr. Cooper has opened up his home to dogs in need of care through Home At Last Dog Rescue of North Wales, PA.