Professor Samuel D. Hodge, Jr.
Chair, Department of Legal Studies
Temple University, Philadelphia
Professor Hodge, a skilled litigator, is a professor at Temple University where he teaches both law and anatomy. He has received multiple teaching awards, including the Temple University Great Teacher Award and has been designated a Master Teacher by the American Academy of Legal Studies. His interactive teaching style has been the subject of stories in the New York Times, the Philadelphia Daily News, the Chronicle of Higher Education, Public Radio, and television. He lectures nationally on anatomy and is considered one of the most popular CLE instructors in the country. He has authored 100 articles on medical/legal topics, has written several legal texts and has co-authored several of the annual supplements to the book, Orthopedic Disability and Expert Testimony. His book, Anatomy for Litigators, has been published by ALI-ABA, the educational arm of the American Bar Association. This text was the 2007 recipient of the Award for Professional Excellence in Legal Publications. The book is currently in its second printing. His 2012 anatomy text, Clinical Anatomy for Lawyers, was published by the American Bar Association and is on their list of top selling publications. He is also a member of the College of Legal Medicine and the World Association of Medical Law.