Harper J. Dimmerman, Attorney at Law, holds the highest rating of his peers with Martindale-Hubbell (AV Preeminent since 2009) and has been named a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer Rising Star on multiple occasions, amongst other honors. He is a lecturer to other attorneys, a trained Mediator, a former Professor in Temple University's Fox School of Business, a proven entrepreneur, the author of dozens of published legal articles with a prominent ALM news source, a bestselling novelist, and highly accomplished attorney. Most recently, in early 2022, he successfully completed an innovative blockchain program with MIT. He will also resume contributing to The Legal Intelligencer in early 2023, with an emphasis on Pennsylvania Legal Malpractice topics.
Mr. Dimmerman considers a wide array of Pennsylvania litigation and real estate law matters, as well as legal malpractice and estate law. Mr. Dimmerman has also reintroduced family law into the practice, an area with a significant personal connection.
His lectures to other attorneys have related to real estate law, title insurance and landlord-tenant subjects; he has received praise from his contemporaries, those fulfilling their educational requirements and furthering their own understanding of these complex topics. In his capacity as an adjunct professor at Temple University for a decade, he taught hundreds of undergraduate business students various areas of the law, with a special emphasis on myriad real estate law subjects. In fact, his courses were a prerequisite for aspiring REALTORS, as he possesses an intense understanding of both contract law and the regulations governing real estate brokerage in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. In 2016, he was awarded "Best Adjunct Professor of the Year for Legal Studies," an incredible honor. Dimmerman PC's consulting arm also assists individuals and corporations, with value-added, bespoke solutions to difficult legal questions.