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Seth D. Wilson, Esq.

527 Plymouth Road, Suite 416
Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462-1641
Phone: (610) 825-0500
Email: swilson@morriswilson.com
Firm: Morris Wilson, P.C.
Committees: Unauthorized Practice (Chair)
Sections: Trial Lawyers (Secretary)
Groups: BAR FOUNDATION (Trustee)
Member Bio

Seth D. Wilson practices primarily in the areas of plaintiff's personal injury litigation, medical malpractice and products liability, as well as business transactions and litigation. Representing clients in New Jersey and Pennsylvania state and federal courts, he has secured favorable verdicts in numerous jury and nonjury trials. Focusing on trial advocacy, Mr. Wilson earned his Juris Doctor from Temple University Beasley School of Law in 2003. Prior to that, he attended Lafayette College, graduating with a degree in International Affairs in 2000.  Mr. Wilson is a member of both the Board of Directors and Executive Committee of the Montgomery Bar Association.  He is also on the Board of Directors of the Montgomery Bar Foundation.  He serves as the Chair of the MBA's Unauthorized Practice of Law Committee and is a member of the Bench Bar Committee.  He is the past Editor of the Montgomery County Law Reporter and currently serves on the MBA's Law Reporter Committee.  He is a past Chair of the MBA's Young Lawyers Section. He is also a member of the Pennsylvania Association for Justice.

In 2015, Mr. Wilson was named a Lawyer on the Fast Track by the Legal Intelligencer.  He was also named a Top 40 Under 40 Lawyer by the National Trial Lawyers.  Mr. Wilson has previously been published in Trial Magazine, which is a publication of the American Association for Justice.  He has also been named a Rising Star by Super Lawyers magazine for the past 4 years. 

Mr. Wilson resides in Upper Dublin Township where he lives with his wife and two children. He is a past appointed member of the Springfield Township Environmental Advisory Commission. He serves as a volunteer child advocate for the Montgomery Child Advocacy Program, an organization representing children who have been victims of abuse.  He also teaches a Civics class to 6th grade students once a month as part of the MBA's Liberty and Law Program.