### Expand Your Learning Beyond the Law School Walls With a Law Firm Summer Clerkship Newly-minted lawyers come out of law school with a good grasp of the law in the area they want to practice, along with the invaluable skill of knowing how to “think like a lawyer.” What they soon realize is that one thing law school didn’t teach them was how to actually practice law. A potential client walks through the door; now what? Experience is the best – if not the only – teacher when it comes to knowing how to talk to a client, how to start a case, what to do next, and how to see a case through to a successful conclusion. At Green & Schafle, we are committed to doing our part to help build Philadelphia’s next generation of great lawyers. If you are currently attending law school and are interested in learning the skills to become a trial lawyer, consider applying for a clerkship with Green & Schafle. Our law firm has consistently hired law students for internships from Villanova Law, Temple Law, Drexel Law, Widener University Delaware Law School, and Penn State Law. Our law firm coordinates with various law schools to place law students for externship credit through the semester or summer, or we have hired summer clerkships for rising 2L and 3L students, with the possibility of placement in our firm. Our clerks receive mentoring from the firm’s partners while learning valuable skills and building their budding careers through networking and hands-on professional development.” We are looking for talented law students interested in helping us assist our clients while learning the foundations of the law and how to apply it in a practical setting. We are an equal opportunity employer that respects and values diversity both in our office and in the broader legal community. If you are a law student looking to learn more about civil litigation and law practice in a supportive environment, call Green & Schafle at 215-462-3330 to learn more about our opportunities or schedule an interview.
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What Makes Our Team of Lawyers Different?

At Green & Schafle, we work tirelessly every day to make sure our clients’ cases become our causes. Our clients have suffered some of the most tragic and catastrophic outcomes through no fault of their own and it is our job to not only advocate for them to get justice, but to also listen to their hardships and care about them as people so that we can be the best trial lawyers we can for their cases. At Green & Schafle, we advocate for our clients through three core principles:

Authentic. We will always be honest, forthright and direct when analyzing the merits of your case, the status of your lawsuit, and the reasonable outcomes associated your particular case.

Caring. We understand how important your case is to your future wellbeing and livelihood, and we strive to show the greatest amount of empathy for your individual situation so that we can prosecute your case that best benefits you.

Communication. We will always be responsive to your requests for updates and education on your case. This is a team effort and our goal to is make sure you are updated and informed every step of the way so that you can feel good about how your case is being handled.

These are our core principles at Green & Schafle where #GreenCares.


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Meet Adam Green

Adam is a founding partner and passionate trial lawyer devoted to nursing home litigation, securities and car accidents

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Meet Michael Schafle

Michael is a founding partner and the firm’s defective product and unsafe drug mass tort litigator

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