Richard L. Stutman
Richard L. Stutman is a highly accomplished individual who has dedicated his professional career to the field of law. Graduating Cum Laude in 1982 from Temple University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree, Richard later returned to Temple to earn his law degree in 1988. While in law school, he earned the prestigious Albert M. Cohen Memorial Award for his unwavering commitment to the Law School Community. Additionally, Richard excelled as the assistant editor of the Environmental Law Journal and was actively involved in the Student Bar Association.
Upon graduation, Richard began his career as a law clerk to the Honorable Joseph A. Smyth of the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas. Subsequently, he specialized in the field of insurance defense litigation, where he spent five years as the assistant manager of the Philadelphia Staff Counsel office of a prominent national automobile insurance company.
Richard’s illustrious career expanded when he attained the status of a fellow of the Academy of Advocacy of Temple University School of Law. He has litigated hundreds of cases in the Courts of Common Pleas of Philadelphia and its surrounding areas and has represented individuals injured by the negligence of others for the last nine years.
Outside of his professional commitments, Richard is an active member of several organizations. He is a member of the Pennsylvania Association of Justice and has also been a member of the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Montgomery Bar Associations. Additionally, he devotes himself to philanthropic work, serving as Co-Chair of the Tzedakah-thon in the Temple Beth Hillel-Beth El Men’s Club, an event that has generously contributed thousands of dollars towards local and international charities.