Mr. Wren is a trial lawyer with over 35 years of experience in
both the public and private sectors.
Mr. Wren has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in a
broad spectrum of litigation matters, including class actions,
environmental, civil rights, commercial disputes, personal injury,
insurance coverage, election law, zoning and historical
preservation matters and other government affairs. Mr. Wren
routinely appears in both state and federal courts, as well as
before local administrative agencies.
Following his graduation from law school, Mr. Wren served as
staff attorney to the Committee of Seventy, a local civic watchdog
group. Mr. Wren then spent a decade in the Philadelphia City
Solicitor's Office in various positions in which his litigation and
counseling skills were developed: Chief Assistant City Solicitor
for Special Litigation and Appeals, Divisional Deputy City
Solicitor for the Environment, Counsel to the Philadelphia Board of
Ethics and Counsel to the Philadelphia Planning Commission. After
leaving government employ and before joining Berger & Montague
in 2010, Mr. Wren was in private practice, including nine years
with the Sprague and Sprague firm, headed by nationally recognized
litigator Richard Sprague.