Prof. Edward D. Ohlbaum
The James E. Beasley School of Law of Temple University, Philadelphia
Edward D. Ohlbaum serves as Professor of Law and Director of Trial Advocacy and Clinical Legal Education at Temple University School of Law in Philadelphia. Recipient of the Roscoe Pound Foundationís Richard S. Jacobson Award for excellence in teaching trial advocacy, Professor Ohlbaum developed Templeís LL.M. program on trial advocacy, the only program of its kind in the country. He is a member of the coaching team of Templeís National Championship Trial Team. He is the author of Courtroom Evidence: A Teaching Commentary (NITA, 1997, Supplement 2001) and Ohlbaum on the Pennsylvania Rules of Evidence (Lexis, 12th ed. 2011-12).Since 1986, Professor Ohlbaum has been a faculty member for the Pennsylvania Supreme Courtís Judicial Education Programs on Evidence for both New and Experienced Trial Judges.He consults and lectures regionally and nationally on evidence, litigation strategy, advocacy, and ethics to judicial conferences, government agencies, bar associations, trial organizations and law firms. Professor Ohlbaum is the author of several articles and books, including Ohlbaum on the Pennsylvania Rules of Evidence (2009-2010, 12th ed., Lexis) and Courtroom Evidence (with Graham, NITA, 1997, Supplement 2001). After earning his J.D. at Temple Law School, he served as a trial lawyer with the Defender Association of Philadelphia from 1976-1983.