Travis B. Aldous is an Associate in the Environmental Practice Group of Langsam Stevens Silver & Hollaender LLP. Mr. Aldous joined the firm in September 2018 and advises a wide range of clients in environmental coverage and liability matters related to insurance coverage and legacy pollution.
Mr. Aldous is a graduate of the Thomas R. Kline School of Law with a concentration in Business and Entrepreneurship Law and holds a B.A. in English from Brigham Young University. In law school, he was a member of Drexel’s Appellate Litigation Clinic where he successfully advocated for a client to receive full retroactive disability benefits in a brief submitted to the Third Circuit Court of Appeals. He was also a member of Drexel’s Entrepreneurship Clinic, where he advised clients through the incorporation process and related startup issues.
While in law school, Mr. Aldous was a summer law clerk at Madagascar’s top transactional law firm, Madagascar Law Offices, where he completed several research projects related to Malagasy and international business law. Since 2015, on top of being a full time law student and now full time Associate, he has taught and continues to teach Malagasy language courses at the University of Pennsylvania and was awarded the 2019 Penn Language Center Award for Distinguished Teaching.
Mr. Aldous is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar.
Travis B. Aldous, Esquire