Diana L. Moro received her Juris Doctorate from Temple University School of Law in 1989. She attended Syracuse
University as an undergraduate, graduating with a dual degree, a B.A. in Political Science and a B.S. in Newspaper.


Ms. Moro was admitted to the practice of law in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the State of New Jersey in 1989. She is admitted to practice before the Third, Fourth and Eighth Circuit Courts of Appeals,  and the United States District Courts for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and the District of New Jersey. She also has been admitted pro hac vice in multiple states to serve as trial counsel.


Ms. Moro has been elected to Who’s Who in American Women and Who’s Who in American Law. A Fellow of the American Bar Foundation, she has served in many leadership positions with the American Bar Association, including serving on the Standing Committee for Publishing Oversight and serving as an editor of the Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Law Journal.


Diana L. Moro has twenty-six (26) years of experience litigating in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey, handling catastrophic personal injury cases, subrogation and indemnity litigation and commercial motor vehicle and common carrier cases. Ms. Moro specializes in complex litigation, including common carrier and FELA defense litigation. She also has expertise in professional liability, premises liability, motor vehicle liability (UM/UIM), employment, insurance coverage and general insurance defense.

Diana’s practice concentrates on a variety of complex litigation, including catastrophic personal injury (quadriplegia, electrocution, complex medical conditions), insurance coverage for complex losses (Exxon Valdez, complex commercial losses with multiple levels of coverage), ERISA litigation centering on group disability insurance policies, and mass tort litigation (asbestos and hearing loss).

Having practiced both as plaintiff and defense counsel, Ms. Moro has tried cases in Federal and State court in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania, both jury and non-jury. Additionally, she has handled many cases in mediation and alternative dispute resolution formats in both jurisdictions.