Reginald L. Streater is an Associate in Archer’s Business Litigation Group and focuses his practice on commercial and complex litigation. His clients range from individuals and small businesses, to large corporations and public entities. Reginald handles a variety of litigation matters, including contract disputes, federal torts claim act claims, federal civil rights claims, worker’s compensation, insurance matters, class action, labor and employment claims, fraud claims, and tort claims in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Reginald also handles pro bono cases for inmates in federal prison. In addition to his diverse litigation practice, Reginald is a member of Archer’s affinity group, L.E.A.D. (Lawyers Encouraging Archer’s Diversity).
Reginald graduated from Temple University Beasley School of Law with a Certificate in Trial Advocacy, where he was an active leader within the Temple Law community. Reginald served as the first Black President of Temple Law’s Student Bar Association, President of the Black Law Students Association, and as an Advisor for Temple’s Affinity Group Coalition. While at Temple Law, Reginald served as a legal intern for the Honorable Theodore A. McKee, Former Chief Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit; and with the Pennsylvania Innocence Project.
Reginald graduated magna cum laude from Temple University with a BA in Political Science, minoring in Africology and African American Studies, and received his high school diploma from Germantown High School in Philadelphia PA.
Reginald is a Philadelphia Diversity Group Alumnus and a LEADERSHIP Philadelphia Keeper and Connector Alumnus. Currently, Reginald is a Member of the Board of Directors at the Greater Philadelphia Chapter of the ACLU, and an executive committee member at the Temple Law Alumni Association.