Alexander Murphy, Jr., Esq.

Alexander Murphy Jr. received his B.S. in Music with Honors from the highly acclaimed College of Arts and Humanities, Wells School of Music, West Chester University, West Chester, Pennsylvania and was a graduate teaching assistant at the School while undertaking post-graduate work in music theory, composition and orchestration. He graduated with a J.D. from Delaware Law School (Widener University).

He is a frequent panelist and lecturer on entertainment law at entertainment industry programs and seminars at law schools, film festivals, film schools, bar associations, and other educational institutions and associations, including for continuing legal education courses, was an adjunct professor at Rutgers University School of Law for several years, and has been an adjunct professor at Delaware Law School for over fifteen years, where he teaches entertainment law, and is the faculty advisor for its Sports and Entertainment Law Association (SELA), for which he moderates its annual “Sports and Entertainment Law CLE Symposium”. He is also a member of the Law School's Alumni Network Mentoring Program and of its First Generation Law Student Association (FGLSA).

Mr. Murphy is a two term past member of the Board of Directors of the West Chester University Alumni Association, is a member of the University's Law Alumni Chapter, a member of the Chester County Chapter, and a WCU Professional Network (PRONET) student mentor. He also has substantial accomplishments as an artist. His capabilities span the world of music to include jazz, classical, popular and choral works. He has been a freelance musician and arranged and performed with a number of well known popular and jazz groups during and after his college years

Mr. Murphy was recently named the number one 2018 Top Lawyer for entertainment law by MAIN LINE TODAY magazine.