Kenneth Bergman is an associate in the firm’s Litigation group with experience across a wide range of practice areas, including white-collar criminal defense, government investigations, environmental, employment and labor, and securities litigation and regulation.
With a diverse background serving as a paralegal focused on trademark law to in-depth experience preparing memoranda, orders and motions for trial, Kenneth is well versed in a variety of legal matters.
Before joining Armstrong Teasdale, Kenneth was a research assistant at the American Law Institute, where he researched and reported on state and federal conflict-of-laws jurisprudence. Prior to that, he was a summer associate at a mid-Atlantic law firm. In that role, he drafted legal memoranda and motions to support the firm’s ongoing litigation matters.
Kenneth’s extensive and diverse experience also includes serving as an honors intern in the enforcement division of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission; an intern for the trial unit of the Federal Community Defender for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania; a judicial intern to U.S. Magistrate Judge David R. Strawbridge in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania; and a paralegal in the intellectual property department of a Philadelphia-based law firm.
- Temple University James E. Beasley School of Law (J.D., magna cum laude, 2019)
- Dean’s List
- Beasley Scholarship
- Temple Law Review, Articles Editor and Staff Editor
- Pro-Bono Volunteer for Expungement Clinic and Name Change Clinic
- Johns Hopkins University (M.A., 2016)
- Political Science
- Concentrations in political theory, law and politics
- Fordham University (B.A., magna cum laude, 2010)
- Philosophy and Urban Studies
- Dean’s List High Honors
- Tobin Travel Fellowship (2009)
- Archbishop Hughes Award for Philosophy (2010)
- Carl Chiappa, Dolan S.J., Clarke S.J. Scholarship for Philosophy (2010)