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William Fedullo Associate

Philadelphia, PA | Direct 215.864.7185Fax 215.789.7501
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William Fedullo handles a variety of complex commercial disputes involving businesses and individuals. He is dedicated to serving the needs of his clients and pursuing the best possible outcome for each case.

Recognition & Involvement

While in law school, William served as an executive editor for Penn Law’s Journal of Constitutional Law. He also worked as a research assistant to the reporter of the Restatement (Third) of Conflicts of Law, and as a teaching assistant at the Wharton School of Business for the class “Constitutional Law and Free Enterprise.”

William was also involved in a number of pro bono activities while in law school. He served as an advocate and board member of the Custody and Support Assistance Clinic, a student-run organization that assists low-income Philadelphians with family law matters. Additionally, he worked at Community Legal Services, addressing housing and utility issues. He spent his final semester of law school working as a certified legal intern in the Civil Practice Clinic, actively litigating several cases before the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas.

William was the 2019 recipient of the Penn Law Fred G. Leebron Memorial Prize for Best Paper in Constitutional Law for his essay, “Original Public Meaning Originalism and Women Presidents.” Additionally, he was among the 2019 recipients of the Philadelphia Bar Association’s Eve Biskind Klothen Law Student Award for his pro bono involvement. He also received recognition for his pro bono activities from Penn Law, sharing the 2019 Pro Bono Student Leader of the Year Award and Exceptional Pro Bono Service Award.


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University of Pennsylvania Law School, JD, 2019

Swarthmore College, BA, 2016


Philadelphia Bar Association

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