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The Team


Temple University Beasley School of Law, J.D., 2018

Temple University, B.A., 2015



New Jersey

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit

U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania

U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey



Reginald L. Streater represents individuals and families in all manner of catastrophic personal injury, medical malpractice and civil rights cases. He joined Feldman Shepherd in 2023 after establishing himself as a resolute and strategic advocate across multiple practice areas including consumer protection litigation involving defective devices and mass torts; employment discrimination and wage and hour class and collective actions arising under state and federal law; and antitrust no-poach cases.

Reginald began his career at a large regional law firm, where he represented clients ranging from individuals to small businesses, to large corporations and public entities in commercial and complex litigation. Prior work experience also includes positions with the Pennsylvania Innocence Project and the District Office of State Representative Brian Sims of Philadelphia.

In 2023, Reginald was named a Pennsylvania Super Lawyers Rising Star and was honored by The Legal Intelligencer as a Power Player. He was named a 2022 and 2021 Philadelphia Most Influential African American Leader and a 2023 “Mover and Shaker” by The Philadelphia Tribune. Also in 2022, he received The Legal Intelligencer’s Professional Excellence Award for Diversity Initiative and was named to the Lawyers of Color “Hot List.” Reginald is a prolific writer and lecturer for legal publications and seminars.

Outside of the office, Reginald is active in his community and has a particular interest in diversity and inclusion, scholarship, mentorship and leadership initiatives. He presently serves as president of Philadelphia’s Board of Education and oversees approximately 200,000 students, 20,000 employees, a significant portfolio of school district properties, and a budget of $4.5 billion. Additionally, Reginald believes himself to be the chief advocate for public education in the city of Philadelphia. In 2022, as an Eisenhower Fellowships USA Justice Fellow, he traveled to Finland and Kenya, where he gained an international perspective on ways to improve public education, particularly in low-resource urban settings routinely challenged by crumbling infrastructure, divestment and apathy.

Reginald earned his B.A. magna cum laude from Temple University while working fulltime and committing himself to being an active father to his two young children. He earned his J.D. with a Certificate in Trial Advocacy from Temple University Beasley School of Law, where he received numerous academic honors and involved himself in many leadership roles and activities. He served as a staff editor for the Temple International & Comparative Law Journal, the first Black president of the Student Bar Association and president of the Black Law Students Association, among other leadership posts. While in school, he completed a Judicial Honors Student Clerkship for the Hon. Theodore McKee of the Federal Third Circuit Court of Appeals.

Reginald is licensed to practice in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey.

When he is not practicing law, serving his community, writing and lecturing or caring for his family, Reginald is a “Four for Four” Philadelphia sports fan, with interests in neo-soul and soul music, Black and African art, Afrocentricity, cooking, exercise and fitness.


Temple University Beasley School of Law, J.D., 2018

Temple University, B.A., 2015



New Jersey

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit

U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania

U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey




The Barristers’ Association of Philadelphia
Member/Executive Board Member, 2019-2022

Temple University Alumni Association
Co-Counsel (Past)

The Association of the Federal Bar of New Jersey
Member/Chair, Young Lawyer’s Division (Past)

Pennsylvania American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)
Greater Philadelphia Chapter Member/Executive Board Member, 2018-2021

Temple Law Alumni Association
Member/Executive Committee Member, 2020-2022

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.


Super Lawyers
Rising Star, 2023

Distinguished Service Award
National Pan-Hellenic Council of Southeastern Pennsylvania, 2023

Power Players
The Legal Intelligencer, 2023

Philadelphia Most Influential African American Leader
The Philadelphia Tribune, 2021 – 2022

Diversity Initiative
The Legal Intelligencer, 2022

Named to the Lawyers of Color: Hot List,  2022

Co-Author Finalist/Nominee for Academic Articles for Antitrust Writing Awards,  2021


Antitrust as Antiracism: Antitrust as a Partial Cure for System Racism (and Other Systemic “Isms”)
The Antitrust Bulletin, June 2021

Zimbabwe’s Struggle to Break the Chains of Colonialism: Self-Determination, Land Reform, and International Law
Temple International & Comparative Law Journal, 2018

Electronic Monitoring: A Means to the Continuation of the Commodification of American Bodies that Exists under the Current American Criminal Justice System
Temple Law Political and Civil Rights Society, Spring 2018

Walking While Black – A Reflection
Voices @ Temple, January 15, 2018

Speaking Engagements

Common Employment Law Issues Business Face
PBI Employment Law Institute CLE , April 2023

Antitrust as Antiracism: A Unique Tool in Combating Systemic Racism
CLE Presenter, 2022

Antitrust as Antiracism Panel
Rutgers Law School, 2021

National Association of Attorneys’ General Antitrust Seminar, 2021

Wednesday Morning Plenary: The Philadelphia Story
Institute for Educational Leadership, Moderator

Medical Marijuana and Hemp Law Symposium
Presenter/Panelist/Moderator, October 2020

The Challenges and Rewards of Pro Bono Publico
2019 Professionalism Day in the United States District Court of New Jersey, October 2019

Reforming Probation and Parole in Pennsylvania
Town Hall Presented by the ACLU of Pennsylvania and the Barristers’ Association of Philadelphia, Moderator, October 2019

Second Annual Professional Development Academy
Temple Law Affinity Group Coalition, Panelist, February 2019

2017 Lavender Law Conference
Panelist, August 2017

Philadelphia Diversity Law Group Bootcamp
Temple Law, Panelist and Ace Lecture, June 2017

Barristers’ 4th Annual Education Forum
Panelist, April 2017

Temple Law Breakout Session
Philadelphia Diversity Law Group Bootcamp Seminar, Panelist, June 2016

Community Involvement

Board of Education, The Board of Education of the School District of Philadelphia
President/Chair, 2021 – Current

Eisenhower Fellowships
USA Justice Fellow, 2022