John L. Lang litigates general liability actions, including personal injury and property damage cases, premises liability and construction defect claims, contract disputes, and trucking accidents. His work includes all aspects of these cases from inception through trial, including drafting pleadings and motions, attending depositions, performing legal research, attending hearings and mediations, and preparing for trial.
John joined WCM as a law clerk and transitioned to associate after passing the bar. During law school, he worked as student counsel in Drexel University’s Federal Litigation and Appeals Clinic, drafting briefs and appeals in criminal and immigration cases. While a student attorney with Drexel’s Federal Litigation and Appeals Clinic, John argued before the Pennsylvania Superior Court. He also served as a clerk for the Homeless Advocacy Project, assisting in the representation of Philadelphia’s homeless.
John has always made time to serve the community, which has included volunteer work for Habitat for Humanity, building homes and parks in Trenton, N.J., for four years; working as a camp counselor for Lauren’s First and Goal, a youth football camp that raises money for brain cancer research; and volunteering for the National Marrow Donor Program’s Be the Match events.