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  School of Law–Camden 2009–2011 Faculty, Staff, and Administration Donald K. Joseph  

Donald K. Joseph

Visiting Associate Professor of Law. Professor Joseph earned his B.Sci. in physics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1963 and his LL.B. at the University of Pennsylvania in 1968. Professor Joseph was a law clerk to Chief Judge Roszel Thomsen Jr. of the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland. He then practiced law in the litigation department of the Philadelphia law firm, Wolf Block, for the next 25 years, serving 19 as a partner and remaining of counsel to that firm until it dissolved in spring 2009. In 1996 he turned to teaching. After three years at Penn State's Dickinson School of Law as a Kelly Fellow, Professor Joseph began in 2000 as visiting associate professor at Rutgers, the first two years under a joint appointment teaching his primary focus, Professional Responsibility, at the Temple University Beasley School of Law. At Rutgers, he has also taught Poverty Law; Seminar: Business, Ethics and Law; Legal Research and Writing; and Professionalism, introducing to the entire first-year class the core values of the profession emanating from the Model Rules of Professional Responsibility. As moderator of a panel at the ABA's 32nd Annual National Conference on Professional Responsibility, he wrote "Stop the Shredding: Document Retention after U.S. v. Anderson," 2006 Symposium Issue, Professional Lawyer (ABA). In the fall 2009, he was the chair of the Third Symposium on Equality: "Inequality and Work: Facing Barriers, Creating Solutions" sponsored by the Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia (PILCOP). Professor Joseph has served on the Board of PILCOP for more than two decades, three years as a chair of the board and another four as vice chair.

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