As a graduate of Widener University School of Law, my practice focused on civil rights actions for nearly 20 years . Since 2010, my efforts and skills have been devoted to establishing the Pennsylvania Civil Rights Law Network (PCRLN). I established this organization as the cornerstone for the development of a nationwide advocacy system, dedicated to the enforcement of our United States Constitution. This network, has provided support for victims of judicial misconduct and overall court deficiencies that have violated their civil rights.
The website currently contains, and will provide a repository for procedural and substantive law, sample case formats, dissemination of legal articles and content authored by me, relevant to civil rights issues. We encourage and facilitate pro se litigants (self-representation) through a network of local, experienced advocates, and has connected thousands of people, who have been victimized by the court system in the United States, at both state and federal levels.
Followers of PCRLN come from across the country, and this endeavor will create a branch agency within Pennsylvania counties, as a model ultimately to be established in every state. To further develop these efforts, I have worked with the Harrisburg Diversity Center and other equal rights/diversity agencies in throughout Pennsylvania, to build the network.