U.S. Air Force sergeant, 1943-1946
Instructor, William Penn Business Institute, 1951-1952
Private practice, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1952-1964
Special deputy attorney general, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, 1954-1955
Lecturer in law, Temple University, 1968-1971
Judge, Court of Common Pleas of Philadelphia County [Pennsylvania], 1964-1972
At Temple, we believe that some things just have to be learned by doing. You can't learn to ride a bicycle by reading a manual, you can't learn how to be a lawyer by watching even the best of lawyers, and you can't improve if mistakes are only imagined. At Temple, students don't just read, watch, or imagine. They do that and more-they do the work of attorneys. It sounds simple but it works. Temple University's Beasley School of Law offers a different kind of law school experience: a Real World, Real Law experience that incorporates academic and practical applications of legal study into rigorous classroom experiences.