Kenneth C. Russell, Jr. (“Ken”) is a founding member of Russell Law. Ken focuses his practice on Estate Planning and Administration in addition to representing numerous businesses, both large and small.
Ken understands that his clients entrust him with the hopes and fears they have for their families, as well as their life’s work. Ken takes that trust very seriously and executes a plan to protect their loved ones and their legacy.
Ken was raised in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and attended Freedom High School, Franklin & Marshall College and Temple Law School. At Temple Law School, he was a member of the Temple Law Review as well as the Moot Court Honor Society. After law school, he began working at Baker & McKenzie in Washington D.C. (which was and continues to be the world’s largest law firm) where he
represented large multinational corporations doing business overseas.
Presently, Ken is active in the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce and worked as solicitor for the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce’s Foundation as well as their for-profit Member’s Services entity. Ken previously held the position of Chairman of SEPAC, which is a state Political Action Committee comprised of three local Chambers of Commerce.
Ken lives with his wife and four children in Drexel Hill, PA. He is a board member of Llanerch Hills Baseball, has coached numerous baseball and softball teams. In 2011, he coached the Llanerch Hills 8 year old team to a Pennsylvania State title.