Brian M. Doyle is an associate attorney at Soloff & Zervanos where he litigates complex personal injury, sexual abuse, and wrongful death cases.
Mr. Doyle began his legal career in 2011. Over the intervening years, Mr. Doyle cultivated a deep understanding of all aspects of civil litigation. Mr. Doyle’s experience includes serving as a judicial clerk for the Hon. Paul P. Panepinto of the Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas. After his clerkship, Mr. Doyle worked as a plaintiff’s attorney for some of Philadelphia’s premier boutique civil rights and employment law firms. In this capacity, Mr. Doyle represented his clients at all stages of litigations, from initial consultation through trial. Mr. Doyle favorably resolved hundreds of lawsuits in courts throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and New York.
Mr. Doyle enthusiastically joined Soloff & Zervanos in 2022. As Soloff & Zervanos’ newest associate, Mr. Doyle brings a client-centered approach to civil litigation and provides adept and zealous advocacy to those who he represents.
Mr. Doyle earned his law degree from the American University’s Washington College of Law in Washington D.C., where he graduated cum laude. As a law student, Mr. Doyle served as an editor of the Washington College of Law’s Journal of Gender, Social Policy, and the Law. Mr. Doyle also worked as a student-lawyer with the Washington College of Law’s criminal defense clinic. Prior to law school, Mr. Doyle graduated from Boston College’s honors program with a Bachelor of Arts in history.
In his spare time, Mr. Doyle enjoys cooking, attending concerts, and spending time with his family.