Attorney Shrager Appointed to Four-Year Term on Pennsylvania Court of Judicial Discipline
Pittsburgh Tribune Review Newsmaker: David J. Shrager
Pittsburgh Criminal Lawyer David J. Shrager has been named to a four-year term on the Pennsylvania Court of Judicial Discipline. This is an additional responsibility to David’s law practice and David is honored for the appointment. However, he will continue to practice law full time.
By Adam Brandolph Staff Reporter
Saturday, Feb. 14, 2015, 12:01 a.m.
Noteworthy: Pittsburgh lawyer David J. Shrager has been named to a four-year term as a judge on the Pennsylvania Court of Judicial Discipline.
Residence: Presto in the South Hills
Family: Father, Donald I. Shrager of Oakdale; mother, Carna Shrager of Peters
Background: Shrager is managing partner of The Law Offices of David J. Shrager, Downtown, specializing in criminal defense. The Court of Judicial Discipline was established in 1993. It has jurisdiction over all judges in Pennsylvania and the authority to impose sanctions if formal charges are sustained.
Education: Bachelor of Arts degree in anthropology from the University of Pittsburgh; law degree from the University of Miami Law School
Quote: “I’m extremely honored to receive this appointment. I’m hopeful that my experience as a criminal defense lawyer will give me a unique perspective on the bench and help me to be fair and balanced.”