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Managing Partner Sam Pond Appointed Adjunct Professor at Temple University’s Beasley School of Law

Managing Partner Sam Pond was appointed an Adjunct Professor at Temple University’s Beasley School of Law. His class, “Workers’ Compensation,” focuses on the practical implications of workers’ compensation law from a practitioner’s point of view. Sam is a proud Temple Alumni, having graduated from Beasley in 1984.

“What a dream come true! Teaching at Temple University James E. Beasley School of Law, more than 30 years after I’ve graduated from this great institution of learning, is just a joy,” he said. “To have such an opportunity to share an area of law in which I love, is exciting and invigorating. Not only do I get to share the substantive and procedural aspects of workers’ compensation law with the students, but also all aspects of our great profession of law.”

His class is held on Tuesday nights in Klein Hall, located on Temple’s main campus.

“I am very thankful and grateful for this opportunity that the law school has provided, and I continue to be grateful for the legal education that Temple provided, which I will never be able to pay back.”

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