Blake Kaplan joined Ross Feller Casey’s mass tort department in November 2017 and is currently working on litigation involving injuries caused by low-testosterone replacement therapies and talcum-based powders as well as a variety of medical malpractice cases.
Previously, Kaplan interned with the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office, where he worked within the Special Litigation Unit.
Kaplan received his bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Indiana University, Bloomington, in 2013. In 2017, he earned his Juris Doctor degree from Widener University Delaware Law School. While in law school, Kaplan served on the Moot Court Board as Vice President and competed in trial advocacy competitions around the country, winning runner-up for best brief out of 24 schools at the 2017 Tulane Sports Law Competition.
Kaplan was also selected as a National Member of The Order of Barristers, which is awarded to those who have exhibited excellence and attained high honor through the art of courtroom advocacy. Kaplan served as a coach and mentor for other teams competing in national trial advocacy competitions.
He is admitted to practice law in state courts in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.