Samuel T. Cooper is a litigation attorney in the BBC Law Malvern Office. Samuel’s practice primarily focuses on general liability, toxic torts, product liability, environmental law and construction liability cases. Samuel’s experience includes multiple clerkships with courts and attorneys. During his undergraduate studies at Elizabethtown College, Samuel gained valuable legal knowledge. He worked, for example, in the PA office of the Attorney General and Senator John Rafferty, Jr. While at Widger School of Law at Villanova University, he completed a judicial clerkship with the Honorable Thomas P. Rogers. In addition, he 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 and the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) Eric D. Turner Award.
Samuel is a native of Montgomery county with interests and activities including long-distance running, hiking, and dog fostering. Since 2019, Samuel has opened up his home to dogs needing care through Home At Last Dog Rescue of North Wales, PA.