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Evan R.C. Correia

Contact Info

P: 267-866-7871
F : 215-987-2269
E: ecorreia@fhmslaw.com

Philadelphia Office
Three Logan Square
1717 Arch Street, Suite 1310
Philadelphia, PA 19103

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  • Temple University Beasley School of Law, Juris Doctor, 2015
  • Pennsylvania State University, Bachelor of Arts in History and Political Science, 2012

Bar Memberships


Certifications & Training

  • OSHA-10 certification in construction safety

Evan R.C. Correia is an associate attorney in the Philadelphia office of Fowler Hirtzel McNulty and Spaulding. He concentrates his practice on the defense of civil litigation matters involving commercial transportation, construction accidents, premises liability, and product liability.

Prior to joining FHMS, Mr. Correia served as an Assistant District Attorney in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania from 2015 to 2021.  While there, he was a member of the Pretrial, Economic Crime, and Pottstown Community Prosecution units.  He also served as Captain of the High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area unit.  In this role, he primarily prosecuted doctors, drug delivery homicides, and high-level drug traffickers.  However, he has experience prosecuting all variety of crimes from murder to fraud.  He has tried twelve jury trials and dozens of bench trials to verdict.  In 2021, Mr. Correia was cross-sworn as a Special Assistant United States Attorney.

Mr. Correia earned his undergraduate degrees in history and political science from the Pennsylvania State University.  In 2015, he graduated cum laude from the Temple University Beasley School of Law.  He was awarded both the Jerry Zaslow Memorial Award for outstanding academic achievement and well-rounded activity within the law school community and the Lenard Signal Memorial Award for excellence in criminal studies.  Mr. Correia served as the Editor-In-Chief of the Temple Political and Civil Rights Law Review, won the Polsky Moot Court Competition, and earned the Barrister Award in Temple’s trial advocacy program.

Since 2019, Mr. Correia has served on the Board of Directors for Family Services of Montgomery County.