HARRISBURG – Paul Lalley released the following statement after receiving the endorsement of the Republican Party of Pennsylvania for a seat on the Commonwealth Court in the 2017 General Election.
“Receiving the endorsement of the Republican Party of Pennsylvania is truly humbling and I want to thank the members of the committee for their support,” Lalley said. “This strong endorsement coupled with a “highly recommended’ rating from the Allegheny County Bar Association and a “recommended’ rating from the Pennsylvania Bar Association is the foundation to building a successful campaign.
“The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania needs judges who will interpret the laws as written and not legislate from the bench. I have the experience, qualifications and passion to serve our Commonwealth on this important court.”
Paul Lalley currently is an attorney with Campbell, Durrant, Beatty, Palombo and Miller, P.C. in Allegheny County where he focuses his practice on labor and employment, municipal law/school law and appellate law. Paul is originally from Montgomery County and currently resides in Allegheny County with his wife Jessica and their two daughters, Felicity and Reagan.
The Pennsylvania Bar Association awarded Paul Lalley a “recommended” rating. They wrote, “He has demonstrated dedication to the improvement of the quality of justice through his extensive lecturing and course planning experience and presentations to statewide organizations, municipalities and school boards. Based on the candidate’s legal ability, temperament and awareness of the importance of the rule of law, the commission recommends him for the Commonwealth Court.”
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