I am an Associate Attorney at Ferry Joseph, P.A. I graduated from Widener University... more
I am an Associate Attorney at Ferry Joseph, P.A. I graduated from Widener University School of Law in 2012, cum laude, having been an Editor for the Widener Law Review during my time there. I have worked at Ferry Joseph in some capacity for nearly twenty years - from errand runner, to legal assistant, to law clerk, to attorney - under the guidance of the founding partner, my father, David J. ... view profile
Mr. Ferry was born in Wilmington, Delaware, attended Salesianum High School and... more
Mr. Ferry was born in Wilmington, Delaware, attended Salesianum High School and later received a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from the University of Delaware in 2006. While attending Widener Law School, he worked as a legal assistant for Ferry, Joseph & Pearce, P.A. Additionally, he served as a legal intern for the Honorable Joseph R. Slights, III in the Delaware Superior Court.
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