Attorney Sean Bollman joined Bentz Law Firm, P.C. as an associate shortly after his graduation from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. He worked with the firm as a law clerk during his legal studies at the University of Pittsburgh, during which time he directly assisted the firm’s partners in matters of legal research and document drafting.
Mr. Bollman has refined his legal knowledge under the mentorship of the partners at Bentz Law Firm, P.C. He has gained experience in contract disputes, zoning law, construction and surety law, real property law, and numerous other practice areas. He continues to expand his legal expertise by assisting the firm’s partners in developing legal theories, drafting court documents, and conducting research in the many varying cases that the firm takes on. Mr. Bollman is admitted to the bar of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania and all of its subordinate courts. He is also admitted in federal court in the Western District of Pennsylvania.
Mr. Bollman attended Pitt Law with a Dean’s Scholarship based on academic achievement in his undergraduate studies. He served as a published writer for Pitt Law’s Journal of Technology Law & Policy, where he also assisted as a research editor. He also worked as a member of Pitt Law’s Immigration Law Clinic, where he applied his legal knowledge, as well as his Spanish language skills, to assist clients, many of whom were seeking asylum after fleeing dictatorial regimes. Prior to working as a law clerk with Bentz Law, Mr. Bollman completed an externship under the Honorable Philip A. Ignelzi in the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas, during which time he observed courtroom procedure and other practical considerations for courtroom advocacy. Mr. Bollman attended Duquesne University for his undergraduate studies, where he was a member of the Honors College studying Financial Accounting with a minor in Spanish Language Studies.