Haverford College, B.A.
Temple University's Beasley School of Law, J.D.
United States District Court Eastern District of Pennsylvania
United States District Court Middle District of Pennsylvania
United States District Court of the District of New Jersey
Reading bedtime stories to her children
Spending time with family
Lily K. Huffman joined Bennett, Bricklin & Saltzburg LLC as an associate in August 2005. She is a part of the Bad Faith and Insurance Coverage team in the Philadelphia office.
Born and raised in Pennsylvania, Lily obtained her undergraduate degree in Economics from Haverford College in 2001. While at Haverford, Lily was a member of the women's varsity lacrosse team and is currently the fourth all time assist leader in the history of Haverford women's lacrosse.
Lily obtained her Juris Doctor degree from Temple University’s James E. Beasley School of Law, in May 2005 graduating cum laude. At graduation, Lily was the recipient of the Harry R. Kozart Memorial Prize Fund Award, which is awarded to the graduate who has attained the highest grade in a Products Liability course. During law school, Lily was a member of the Temple Political & Civil Rights Law Review as a staff member and later as an editor. In her second year at Temple, Lily served as a teaching assistant to first year law students in a research and writing course.
After her first year of law school, Lily served as a summer clerk for the Honorable John T.J. Kelly, Jr. of the Superior Court of Pennsylvania. During her second year at Temple, Lily worked as a law clerk for the City of Philadelphia Law Department and was a law clerk for Bennett, Bricklin & Saltzburg LLC from May 2004 to May 2005.
Lily is admitted to practice in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey as well as the United States District Courts for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, the Middle District of Pennsylvania and the District of New Jersey.
In November of 2010, Lily's article on the Pennsylvania Supreme Court's decision in Jerry's Sport's Center and the right (or lack thereof) of an insurer to recoup payments made for defense of uncovered claims appeared in Counterpoint, a publication of the Pennsylvania Defense Institute. The article discussed not just the recent Pennsylvania Supreme Court decision but also trends in Courts throughout the nation.
In her spare time, Lily enjoys spending every second with her husband, their two precious sons and the family’s golden retriever. Lily also enjoys cooking, running and reading all types of books, especially to her two adorable boys.
"Empty Your Pockets Without Recourse: The Pennsylvania Supreme Court's Decision in American and Foreign Insurance Company v. Jerry's Sport Center, Inc. Leaves Insurers Unable to Recover Defense Costs Expended for Non-Covered Claims," Counterpoint, November 2010
"Portside Investors, L.P. Opens the Door for Plaintiffs to Estop Insurers from Invoking Suit Limitation Clauses," Counterpoint, April 2012