Sheller Presents Lecture at Temple University
Attorney Stephen Sheller presented the Edward J. Ross Memorial Lecture in the Duane Morris LLP Moot Court Room. In the lecture, “Lawyering in Times of Saints and Evil-Doers” Attorney Sheller related his experience as a lawyer representing individuals against some of the largest multi-national corporations in the world. He was and continues to be lauded for his representation of whistleblowers and pursuit of public and governmental justice, bringing pharmaceutical and other corporate wrongdoing to the Department of Justice recently garnering over $4.2 billion in recovery for the U.S. Government and taxpayers. Sheller also shared with the audience his legal efforts in the public interest, including Bush v. Gore during the 2000 U.S. Presidential election. Other career events included representing the Black Panthers during a contentious and racially charged era. Sheller charged law students with the responsibility to achieving justice while advancing their skills in and dedication to the law.