Robert A. Rovner

Senator Robert A. Rovner has enjoyed his role as Senior Partner in the Law Firm of Rovner, Allen, Rovner, Zimmerman & Nash, where he has a general practice specializing in Civil Litigation, as well as being a talented Criminal Attorney, Domestic Attorney and Lawyer, Social Security Disability Attorney, Worker’s Compensation Attorney, and etc. His office is located at 175 Bustleton Pike, Feasterville, Pennnsylvania 19053, not far from Northeast Philadelphia.

In 1970, Rovner was elected the youngest State Senator in Pennsylvania history. He was elected as Delegate to the Presidential National Conventions in 1972, 1976 and 1988.

After serving as President of all his classes at Temple University Law School and Temple Undergraduate School, Rovner was devoted to the community by serving as State Senator and Assistant District Attorney under Arlen Specter. He was called a hardworking and effective State Senator, and recognized as a civic leader and a man with a strong involvement in local charities. He serves as Southeast Pennsylvania’s Regional Campaign Chair for Israel Bonds. Rovner also ran as a candidate to the U.S. Senate in 2000.

Rovner has two grown sons: Steven, who graduated from the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Miami School of Law and now works in his law firm; and, Danny, who graduated from Temple University School of Law, and is a partner at the Post & Post law firm.

Rovner hosts a talk show every Friday in the Philadelphia area from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. on WWDB 860 AM called “Senator Bob Rovner Talks to the Stars”. Click here to listen to last week’s show.

Rovner currently serves on the Board of Trustees of Temple University. He has served as the President of The Northeast High School Alumni Association and was recently appointed by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court in 2006 to the Pennsylvania Fund for Clients Security.

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