Lloyd Freeman is a partner in the litigation group at Archer & Greiner, P.C. His practice focuses on business litigation matters in state and federal court in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Additionally, he serves on his law firm’s hiring and diversity committees where he oversees the affinity group for minority concerns and serves as a liaison for the diversity scholarship program.
Mr. Freeman has an indelible commitment to community service and working with youth. He is the founder and chairman of the Burlington-Camden Achievement Foundation where he facilitates a mentoring program for high school males. He recently ended his tenure as chairman of the board of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Burlington, Camden & Gloucester Counties and was instrumental in the agency’s recent merger. He now sits on the board of the newly formed Big Brothers Big Sisters Independence Region. Previously, he taught constitutional law to high school students and coached students at Camden County Technical High School in a mock trial competition and volunteered as a guest lecturer for the school on topics such as business life skills and career exploration.
He continues his passion for service through a number of alumni, professional and civic organizations. He’s a member of the Rutgers Law Pro Bono/Public Interest Advisory Committee and was recently elected as Chancellor of the Rutgers Law Alumni Association. He is the first African American to serve at the helm of the Association. He is a member of 100 Black Men of Philadelphia and the current president-elect of the Garden State Bar Association.
Mr. Freeman holds a bachelors degree in international business from Howard University and a juris doctor from Rutgers Law School.