Thomas G. Wilkinson is a member of Cozen O’Connor in its Philadelphia office, where he practices in the Commercial Litigation Department. He concentrates his practice in business litigation, complex insurance coverage and professional responsibility matters. He is the President-elect of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and a past President of the Pennsylvania Bar Institute, the largest non-profit provider of continuing legal education in Pennsylvania. Mr. Wilkinson has served as the zone one Governor of the PBA and is a past chair of its Civil Litigation Section. He served as a Chair or Co-Chair of the PBA Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility Committee from 1993-2004. He is also a member of the PBA House of Delegates and various committees. He is an active member of the Philadelphia Bar Association Professional Guidance and Professional Responsibility Committees and has served on its Board of Governors and as co-chair of its State Civil Litigation Section. He is a member of the ABA House of Delegates and the ABA Litigation Section, and is the co-chair of the Conflicts of Interest Subcommittee of the Litigation Section’s Ethics and Professionalism Committee. He also served on the Advisory Council to the ABA Ethics 2000 Commission. He is a Life Fellow of the Pennsylvania Bar Foundation. Mr. Wilkinson is the co-editor of the Pennsylvania Ethics Handbook (2011) and co-author of its chapter on conflicts of interest. He has for nearly 20 years edited legal ethics opinion summaries for publication in The Pennsylvania Lawyer and Pennsylvania Bar News. He served as a Hearing Committee Chair for the Disciplinary Board of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. He is a member of the Association of Professional Responsibility Lawyers. He has written and lectured extensively on various civil litigation and professional responsibility topics. He has served in various leadership roles in the Villanova University School of Law Inn of Court. Mr. Wilkinson is admitted to the U.S. Supreme Court, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second, Third and Fourth Circuits and various other courts. He received his law degree from the Villanova University School of Law, where he was the managing editor of the Villanova Law Review, and thereafter served as a law clerk in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.