Samuel D. Hodge Jr.
Samuel D. Hodge, Jr. is a professor at Temple University where he teaches both law and anatomy. He also serves as a mediator/arbitrator for the Dispute Resolution Institute in Philadelphia.
Sam has been named one of the most popular continuing legal education instructors in the country and has received multiple teaching awards including the Temple University Great Teacher Award and his Anatomy for Lawyers course was the recipient of the ACLEA Award for Outstanding Achievement in Continuing Legal Education. His interactive teaching style has received national attention including stories in the New York Times, the Chronicle of Higher Education, the Philadelphia Inquirer, National Public Radio and television.
Sam is also a seasoned litigator who enjoys an AV preeminent rating and has been named a Top Lawyer in Pennsylvania on multiple occasions.
He is also a prolific author whose research has been cited in court opinions, legislation, law reviews and legal or medical journals. He has authored more than 160 articles and 8 books including Head Trauma and Brain Injuries for Lawyers, ABA; The Spine, ABA; The Forensic Autopsy, ABA; Clinical Anatomy for Attorneys, ABA; the award winning book, Anatomy for Litigators, ALI ABA; and Thermography and Personal Injury Litigation, John Wiley and Sons.
Mr. Hodge is a graduate of Temple University School of Law and the Graduate Legal Studies Division of the Law School. He has also received mediation training at the Strauss Institute for Dispute Resolution and is a member of the American Association of Anatomists and the American College of Legal Medicine.
In July 2015, Sam Hodge was accepted into the the American Association of Anatomists.
Sam Hodge has been named a 2014 top rated insurance attorney in the United States.
Suburban Life and Philadelphia Life Magazines named Sam Hodge to their 2013 Awesome Attorneys List.
Hodge’s Most Recent Book:
As published in The Practical Lawyer:
A Lawyers Primer on
Post Mortum Examination
| Trauma, Emergency
The Golden Hour
|Limitations And Pitfalls
Of Medical Imaging
Of The Low Back
|Routes Of Drug