Salvia Sim, ESQ.

Salvia is an associate at Latoison Law. Salvia is a graduate of Temple University, James E. Beasley School of Law. Prior to law school, she earned a B.A. in English from Pennsylvania State University in 2011.

Salvia brings to Latoison Law a variety of criminal and civil litigation experiences. During law school, she prosecuted cases in the Philadelphia Municipal Court while interning at the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office. She handled a wide variety of cases including, but not limited to, misdemeanor trials and preliminary hearings for felonies, such as major drug cases and thefts. She also defended the City of Philadelphia in personal injury lawsuits at the City of Philadelphia Legal Department, Claims Unit.

Salvia previously clerked for The Honorable Johnathan Irvine in the First Judicial District. She also served as a court trained mediator in landlord/tenant division of the Philadelphia Municipal Court, conducting mediations in landlord/tenant disputes.

During law school, Salvia served as a Co-Chair of the Women’s Law Caucus and participated in Temple’s nationally recognized Trial Advocacy program.

Salvia is admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar and she is a member of the American Bar Association and the Temple Law Alumni Association.