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David Nagdeman
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David Nagdman

Education

  • Temple University, Beasley School of Law, J.D., 2019
  • University of Chicago, M.A., 2009
  • University of Pennsylvania, B.A., 2007

Admissions

  • Pennsylvania

 

David rejoined Langer, Grogan, & Diver P.C. in 2022, having spent the prior year as a term clerk for the Hon. Gerald A. McHugh in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.  He first became an associate at the firm in 2019, although he began at the firm as a paralegal in 2017 while completing his J.D. through the evening program at Temple Beasley School of Law. In his time at the firm, David has worked closely on a number of the firm’s high-profile consumer, antitrust, and public interest cases.

At Temple he was a member of the editorial board of Temple Law Review. His comment, Sovereign Ephemera: State Standing Against the Federal Government for Injuries to Quasi-Sovereign Interests, was published by the law review and was nominated for and received several writing awards.

David’s pro bono work on adverse possession and landlord-tenant cases through the Philadelphia Bar’s VIP Program helped earn the firm the Justice William J. Brennan Jr. Award for Pro Bono Service in 2019.

Publications/Presentations

Comment: Sovereign Ephemera: State Standing Against the Federal Government for Injuries to Quasi-Sovereign Interests, 90 Temple Law Review 53 (2017)

Fifty Years of Teaching and Scholarship: An Afternoon with Professor Reinstein, 90 Temple Law Review S45 (2017) (with Sonya C. Bishop and Kevin Trainer)

Awards/Memberships

Justice William J. Brennan Jr. Award for Pro Bono Service (Philadelphia Bar VIP Program, 2019)

Order of the Coif (Temple Graduation Award, 2019)

Faculty Award for Academic Achievement (Temple Graduation Award, 2019)

Terrence H. Klasky Memorial Award (Temple Graduation Award, 2019)

TASA Prize for Outstanding Performance in the Field of Evidence (Temple Graduation Award, 2019)

Arthur G. Raynes Award (Temple Graduation Award, 2019)

Winner of Temple Law Review and Temple International and Comparative Law Journal Student Symposium (2018)