Posts in 'Superior Court'

On September 20, 2021, Pennsylvanians for Modern Courts and the Free Library of Philadelphia hosted this virtual forum with the candidates for all of Pennsylvania's appellate courts, including the Supreme Court, Superior Court and Commonwealth Court. This event included all of the candidates on the

Click here to watch the Superior Court Candidates' forum.

During this moderated forum, the candidates for Pennsylvania's Superior Court answered questions about their experience and why they seek election to the Superior Court. 

This forum was co-sponsored by PMC, the Pennsylvania Bar

The results of the 2019 Pennsylvania General Election are in. Click here to view the results statewide, and in your county.
By ZACK NEEDLES The Legal Intelligencer Commonwealth Court Judges P. Kevin Brobson and Patricia A. McCullough and Superior Court Judges Anne E. Lazarus and Judith Ference Olson all received "recommended" ratings. The Pennsylvania Bar Association has recommended for retention the two Commonwealth...
On May 7, 2019, PMC and the Philadelphia Bar Association held a 90-minute forum with candidates for Pennsylvania's Superior Court at The Free Library of Philadelphia's Parkways Central Library.
Centre Daily Times WILKES-BARRE — Luzerne County lawyer David E. Schwager, a partner in the Wilkes-Barre law firm of Chariton, Schwager & Malak, will become president-elect of the Pennsylvania Bar Association at the conclusion of the association’s Annual Meeting, May 17, in Lancaster. He will become...

As a part of our mission to educate the public on all Pennsylvania judicial matters, Pennsylvanians for Modern Courts monitored and provided information on judicial candidates running in the 2019 cycle. Our primary focus included, but was not limited to, Appellate Court and Court of Common Pleas

All of Pennsylvania's courts are part of the Unified Judicial System of Pennsylvania. There are three basic levels to the Pennsylvania Court System: minor courts, Courts of Common Pleas, and statewide intermediate appellate courts, which are called the Commonwealth Court and the Superior Court. The