Eric Hall--a true trial lawyer

“The jury system has come to stand for all we mean by English justice. The scrutiny of 12 honest jurors provides defendants and plaintiffs alike a safeguard from arbitrary perversion of the law.”
-Winston Churchill


The word "Jury" is derived from Old French, dating back to the 15th Century.  It means "oath" or "inquiry."  At the conclusion of a trial, the jury renders a verdict, which comes from the Latin word vērum dictum, which means "true word." 


Eric has spent his entire career in the courtroom, trying countless jury cases to verdict. His unprecedented record with juries has placed him in the highest ranks of trial lawyers in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.  Eric's humble beginnings have proven an invaluable asset in the courtroom, as he enjoys the innate ability to convey the most complicated of concepts in a plain-spoken, persuasive and effective manner.


Eric's trial skills were honed in one of the most esteemed and rigorous legal communities in this country--the courtrooms of Philadelphia. After graduating magna cum laude from Temple University Law School, Eric went on to start his legal career at one of the oldest, largest and most prestigious law firms in Philadelphia, where he would remain for the next eighteen years, rising to the rank of full partner and founding a regional office in Allentown. Eric's experience runs the gamut of civil litigation.  No matter is too large or too unimportant for Eric's attention.

R. Eric Hall, Esquire