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Claiborne S. Newlin - Philadelphia, PA

123 South Broad StreetSuite 2020 Philadelphia, PA 19109

Updated: 06/17/2021

Philadelphia Labor Law Lawyer

Overview

Clay began his career in industry, where he worked as a machinist, maintenance machinist millwright and tool and die maker. He was also a union activist, serving as a shop steward, local union vice president and then president. Plant downsizing and layoffs caused Clay to return to college to finish an undergraduate degree in the labor studies program at St. Joseph’s University, graduating in 1995.He attended law school at night and worked during the day, receiving his J.D. magna cum laude from Temple University in 1999 and a LLM with honors in Trial Advocacy in 2005. He is licensed and practices in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware and has extensive experience representing unions in contract negotiations, arbitrations and before the National Labor Relations Board, the Pa. Labor Relations Board and the Delaware Public Employee Relations Board, local trial courts, state appellate courts and federal district courts.

About Claiborne S. Newlin

Current Employment Position(s)

  • Attorney

Practice Areas

  • Labor Law
  • Employment Law
  • Personal Injury
  • Workers’ Compensation
  • Executive Representation

Qualifications

Bar Admissions

  • Pennsylvania, 1999
  • New Jersey, 1999
  • Delaware, 2005

Specialties and Certifications

  • Graduate Certificate in Employee Benefits Law - 05/2020

Education

  • Temple University School of Law, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May, 1999
    JD
    Honors: magna cum laude
  • Temple University James E. Beasley School of Law, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May, 2005
    LL.M. Trial Advocacy, Honors
  • Saint Joseph's University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1995
    Major: Labor Studies

Office Information

Address

123 South Broad StreetSuite 2020 Philadelphia, PA 19109

Fax

  • 215-790-0668

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