(1925 - 2013)
Marshall A. Bernstein has long been recognized as a leader of the Philadelphia legal community. A highly regarded lecturer and writer, Mr. Bernstein has served as adjunct professor of trial advocacy at Temple University and as a lecturer and course planner at the Pennsylvania Bar Institute. He authored the "Civil Litigation on Behalf of Crime Victims" article for the Pennsylvania Bar Association Quarterly. Mr. Bernstein has served appointments as judge pro tem for the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas, as mediator in federal courts, and on the county board of law examiners. For the Philadelphia Bar Association, Mr. Bernstein has served on and chaired numerous committees, and served twice on the Board of Governors. His roles at the American Bar Association have included positions on committees concerned with trial techniques, and tort and insurance practice law.