Pittsburgh, PA - The Allegheny County Bar Association (ACBA) rated Bryan Neft "Highly Recommended" to hold judicial office; the highest rating possible.
"I am humbled and honored to receive this rating. Hard work and fairness have guided my career and I will carry these values with me to the bench," said Neft.
The ACBA "Highly Recommended" rating is reserved for individuals who:
Neft served for nearly 15 years in a leadership role on the Allegheny County Bar Association's Board of Governors and as its president where he championed issues affecting women, people of color, and LGBTQ+ members of the legal profession. During his tenure on the board, he promoted changes to the rules of professional conduct to prohibit bias, and chaired the committee responsible for drafting the ACBA's Code of Professionalism for the Bar Association, which is still in use today.
Pittsburgh, PA - Bryan Neft announced his candidacy for Judge of Pennsylvania's Superior Court and laid out a plan for victory in the 2021 statewide race.
"We're speaking to and meeting with voters from across the State and look forward to sharing my experience as we move deeper into this campaign," said Neft.
The Pennsylvania Superior Court has always been one of the busiest appellate courts in the nation, and fields thousands of appeals annually. It is responsible for appeals in criminal and civil cases from the Courts of Common Pleas, and appeals on matters involving children and families.
"I started my legal career as a clerk in the Pennsylvania Superior Court and have a very good understanding of the case load judges face in this important appellate court. After serving on the Bar Association's Board of Governors, as its president, and with more than three decades practicing law, I am uniquely qualified for this office," continued Neft.
"In addition to doing the essential work, a Judge must also be a role model, which means being active in the community, contributing to the profession of law, and ensuring access to justice for all," said Neft.
For more information on Bryan Neft's campaign for Judge in the Superior Court, please visit BryanNeft.com.