Oswald P. Clark



Oswald is an associate in the firm's Health Care Department, where he focuses his practice on the defense of professional liability claims for physicians, podiatrists, hospitals and other health care professionals.

Oswald received his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Pittsburgh, majoring in Philosophy. After graduation, he took post-graduate classes at Villanova University focusing on communication theory. While attending Drexel Law, Oswald taught constitutional law to local high students through the Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project. In addition to teaching the weekly classes, he coached selected students to compete in a moot court competition, arguing a case incorporating the First and Fourth Amendments of the United States Constitution. Oswald was also a Leadership Fellow at Drexel, serving as a mentor to first year students transitioning into the law school curriculum.

Prior to joining Marshall Dennehey as a summer law clerk in May of 2017, Oswald was a student law clerk for the Honorable Anne Lazarus of the Superior Court of Pennsylvania, where he performed research assignments and drafted memorandum opinions on a number of criminal and civil cases. Year Joined Organization: 2017

Areas of Practice (1)

  • Health Care Liability

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Contact Information:
(215) 575-2677  Phone
(215) 575-0856  Fax
Year of First Admission:
2018, Pennsylvania

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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