Ian Norris is the alumni of Duquesne University School of Law. He graduated in 2006 after his undergraduate from the Dickinson College. Norris has been concerned towards the civil litigation which encompasses nursing home abuse and neglect, medical malpractice, and product liability. He has always given the requisite support to the injured victims and their families. This probably throws light over his benevolence and generosity.
In the days of the law school Norris exercised as a law clerk for Wilkes & McHugh which is one of the prominent national nursing home litigation law firm. While practicing as a law clerk in 2005, he also worked under the marquee of Brian Reddick in the Pittsburgh office. After that he initiated working with Brent Moss and Mr. Reddick, bridging a close mentoring relationship. It happened in 2007. This genuinely led Norris to work for victims of negligence. Later on, he became the lawyer with the law firm of Wilkes & McHugh. Norris exercised in the Pittsburgh office of Wilkes & McHugh until 2009. Past that he moved to the Philadelphia office.
At Philadelphia office, he formed an alliance with Mr. Moss and Mr. Reddick, and handled manifold cases that encompass medical malpractice, nursing home abuse and neglect and product liability. He personally commanded numerous cases in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey, many of which went to trial. During his expertise on these cases, Norris accumulated a good amount. While working as an attorney at Wilkes & McHugh, he gathered extensive experience in all aspects of litigation that gave him a unique insight to tackle the required cases.
Ian Norris is certified to practice law in the U.S. District Court of New Jersey, the U.S. District Court, Western District of Pennsylvania, the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania and Pennsylvania, New Jersey. Currently, Norris is the member in the American Bar Association, the New Jersey State Bar Association, the Pennsylvania Bar Association, the Pennsylvania Association for Justice, the New Jersey Association for Justice the ABA Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section, and the American Association for Justice.
Apart from his professional career, he also served as an avid philanthropist. He does not hesitate to give a helping hand to destitute and does not compromise with the color and gender. There are factors that add the attributes to his persona. In fact counting his attributes will certainly consume ample time. Most often he also gives the required assistance in the monetary terms to his clients. The ones who are the victims teased by the callous society he takes their cases free of cost. He is utterly devoted for improving their standard of the living. What makes Ian Norris, the unique of all is not only his peerless performance in the professional career but also the philanthropy.