Frank R. Genus, Associate
Background and Experience
Francis (“Frank”) R. Genus III joined Locks Law Firm as an associate in 2019. His practice focuses on general personal injury, including motor vehicle accidents and premises liability cases. Prior to joining Locks Law Firm, Frank worked as an associate for a personal injury firm in Philadelphia assisting with a variety of cases throughout the Commonwealth, including Section 1983 Civil Rights law suits in the U.S. District Courts for the Western and Middle Districts of Pennsylvania.
Frank received his law degree cum laude from Temple University. Frank worked full time as a paralegal for the same firm while attending law school during the evenings. Frank focused on trial advocacy at Temple Law, where he won several honors and awards participating in Temple Law’s nationally recognized Intensive Trial Advocacy Program, including the Barrister’s Award.
Outside the Office
Prior to going to law school Frank worked as a paralegal and office manager both at a Philadelphia workers’ compensation firm and a Philadelphia criminal defense firm. Frank also has extensive automotive experience as he was a mechanic and also was a truck driver and member of the Teamsters Union.
Non-office activities include spending time with his wife and 4 children as well as reading, playing guitar, watching boxing and cooking. Frank has also been a volunteer with the Archdiocese of Philadelphia as a Pre-Cana instructor for almost 10 years.
Admitted to PracticePennsylvania (2018)
U.S. District Court, Middle District of Pennsylvania (2019)
EducationTemple University School of Law, J.D., 2018 (cum laude)
St. Joseph’s University, B.A. 2012.
Professional AffiliationsExecutive Board Member, St. Joseph’s Law Alumni
Certifications and AwardsConwell Scholarship Award, Temple University School of Law
Certificate in Trial Advocacy, Temple University
Barrister Award, Temple University School of Law
Kenneth L. Mines Award, St. Joseph’s University Law Alumni
Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor’s Society