Samuel A. Anyan, Jr
Samuel A. Anyan, Jr. became an associate at Wapner Newman, P.C. in February 2010. Prior to joining Wapner Newman, Mr. Anyan served as a law clerk to the Honorable Lisette Shirdan-Harris, First Judicial District of Pennsylvania, and enjoyed a successful career as an attorney at a major insurance company, as well as at a prominent products liability boutique firm. Mr. Anyan is known for his superior preparation and courtroom skills, obtaining stellar results for his clients.
Mr. Anyan earned his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from The George Washington University. In 2005, Mr. Anyan received his Juris Doctorate from Howard University School of Law. Mr. Anyan earned his L.L.M. degree in Trial Advocacy from Temple University School of Law in 2008, graduating with Honors.
In 2018, Samuel A. Anyan, Jr. was elected as the Regional III Director for the National Bar Association for the second consecutive year. Region III includes the Garden State Bar Association in New Jersey, Philadelphia Barristers’ Association in Pennsylvania and the Delaware Barristers Association in Delaware.
Anyan oversees all Local Chapters, which allows him to build close relationships with lawyers across the Tri State area. His election is a reflection of the hard work and dedication that have been hallmarks of his practice.
Selected as a member of PhillyLabor’s “Who’s Who in Injury and Injured Workers Advocacy 2017.”
Mr. Anyan is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association – Minority Bar Committee, Barrister’s Association of Philadelphia, and National Bar Association, and the New Jersey Bar Association. He is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and before the United States District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania, and the District of New Jersey.
Named Best Advocate of the Year
Samuel was Named Best Advocate of the Year at the National Bar Association’s 40 Under 40 Awards Gala.
Attorney Samuel Anyan, Jr. In the News
- Wapner Newman Attorneys named to 2014 Rising Star List
- Wapner Newman Attorneys Win $2.3 Million Verdict in Fatal Car Accident Case