Tim Burke is an Associate in the firm’s Philadelphia office. Tim primarily focuses his practice on representing clients from across the country on a variety of actions, including mass torts, products liability, NCAA head trauma litigation and benzene toxic tort claims.
Tim graduated from Villanova University School of Law in 2015. While in law school, he worked as a judicial extern for the Hon. Mark I. Bernstein in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas. After graduating from Villanova, Tim worked as an attorney in the Charleston office of a national plaintiff's firm representing clients in the class actions securities fraud division. Prior to joining Locks Law Firm, Tim worked as a Public Defender in South Carolina’s Ninth Judicial Circuit. While at the Public Defender’s Office, he represented indigent clients and tried felony criminal matters to verdict in General Sessions Court.
Tim is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and South Carolina. He is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association, Philadelphia Bar Association, New Jersey Bar Association, South Carolina Bar Association, Charleston Bar Association, American Bar Association, New Jersey Association for Justice, Pennsylvania Association for Justice and the American Association for Justice. Tim practices law to bring justice to those who have been wronged.
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