Drew L. Mallick


Offices: Philadelphia | Princeton

Direct: 215-461-3317

Fax: 215-461-3311


  • Professional Overview

    Drew efficiently and cost-effectively defends individuals and businesses in all types of complex commercial liability and catastrophic injury matters, such as: premises liability, liquor liability/Dram Shop, transportation and trucking, bad faith insurance claims, construction accidents and construction defects, auto accidents, products liability, trademark/copyright, general liability, and wrongful death and survivor actions.

    Additionally, Drew is certified by the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board’s Responsible Alcohol Management Program (RAMP) which provides training and certification to severs, sellers and managers of alcohol licensees across Pennsylvania. This certification allows Drew to better provide counsel and defend liquor licensees as to training issues and alcohol service procedures.

    Drew serves as a court appointed certified Civil Arbitrator in the Pennsylvania Common Pleas Courts of Philadelphia County and Northampton County where he has presided over and decided numerous cases over the course of his legal career.

  • Practice Areas
  • Education and Admissions


    Drew obtained his law degree from Michigan State University College of Law in 2008. Prior to obtaining his Juris Doctor degree, Drew attended Penn State University earning Bachelor of Arts degrees in both Political Science and Philosophy in 2003.


    Drew is admitted to practice in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey. He is also admitted in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania and the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, and in the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey.

    States Licensed

    • New Jersey
    • Pennsylvania
  • News, Honors, Publications & Speeches
    • Super Lawyers Rising Stars 2016, 2017, 2018 – General Litigation
    • Speaker, Pennsylvania Restaurant & Lodging Association Expo, Dram Shop Liability, 2017
    • Harvard Negotiation Law Review, Don’t Think Twice Mediation’s All Right: U.S. Corporations Should Implement In-house Mediation Programs Into Their Business Plans, 2009