Timothy N. Welbeck, Esq.

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The LAw practice of Timothy n. Welbeck, esq.

Timothy has devoted the lion's share of his legal practice to the protecting the legal rights of individuals, and securing the the legal interests of small businesses and nonprofits.  Consequently, Timothy presently serves as the Civil Rights Attorney for the Philadelphia Chapter of Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), where he defends the constitutionally protected civil rights and liberties of religious and racial minorities, particularly members of the Muslim community within Pennsylvania. Prior to joining CAIR, Timothy's legal practice primarily focused on medical malpractice, personal injury, family law, entertainment law, and corporate liability. To that end, he has successfully represented or participated in the representation of dozens of individuals and organizations, including, but not limited to: a health-care based nonprofit that provides in-home, skilled nursing to the elderly and disabled, nurses and attorneys accused of malpractice, multiple individuals diagnosed with terminal cancer, parents entangled in custody disputes, individuals planning end of life care and distribution of assets, national recording artists, and the executive producer of the soundtrack for a major motion picture.

Timothy graduated from Villanova University School of Law in 2009, where he was awarded the Deidre Bailey Scholarship and Raymond J. Harris Scholarship.  He graduated cum laude from Morehouse College, where he was awarded the Corella and Bertrand Bonner Scholarship, the HOPE Scholarship and the Oprah Winfrey Scholarship.

Prior to attending law school, Timothy served as the College Preparatory Coordinator for Breakthrough Atlanta, where he produced high-quality, cost-efficient college preparatory programming focused on preparing underserved students in the Atlanta area for matriculation into competitive high schools and competitive undergraduate institutions.  Timothy also instructed a Religion course at The Lovett School in Atlanta, GA prior to attending law school. 

Law School:                                       Villanova University School of Law J.D.
Undergraduate Education:               Morehouse College B.A.
Admissions:                                       New Jersey, Pennsylvania