Terrell A. Ratliff
Terrell A. Ratliff, Esquire was born and raised in Camden, New Jersey. He graduated from Collingswood High school. He pursued his undergraduate degree at Morgan State University. He Later transferred to Temple University where he earned his Bachelor’s Degree. Throughout his undergraduate career, Mr. Ratliff worked as a Legal Assistant in various area law firms. Naturally, after graduating from college, he pursued his Juris Doctorate at the University of Toledo College of Law.
While earning his Juris Doctorate, Mr. Ratliff was President of the Family & Juvenile Law Society and Community Affairs Director for the Black Law Students Association. He also assisted at the Legal Clinic, counseling indigent clientele and interned with the Toledo City Prosecutors Office as a Certified a Legal Intern by the Ohio Supreme Court. Mr. Ratliff also managed a class of 30 high school students in the Law and Leadership program where students where students gained insight on constitutional and criminal law.
Mr. Ratliff is licensed to practice in the State of New Jersey, Pennsylvania and the Eastern District of Pennsylvania Federal Court. He focuses his practice on Family and Criminal law in both municipal and superior courts.
Mr. Ratliff understands that being accused of a crime is an emotional and stressful time for his clients and their families. Accordingly, he approaches every case with a hands-on philosophy, using all of his knowledge and skill to achieve a favorable result.