Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Meet Emil Giordano, Candidate for Superior Court Judge

EMIL GIORDANO, Republican Candidate for Superior Court Judge

• PA Bar Association RECOMMENDS Emil Giordano for a seat on the Pennsylvania Superior Court (Jan. 28, 2015)
• Judge of the Court of Common Pleas of Northampton County since 2003
• Administrative Judge of the Northampton County Orphans Court
• First Judge in PA to institute guardianship certification requirements for the protection of our senior citizens • Presided over jury and non-jury, criminal, civil and family court matters

• J.D. Villanova Law School 1985
• B.A. Moravian College 1982 PRACTICE OF LAW
• Before elected Judge, served as Asst. District Attorney, Asst. Public Defender, Civil Litigator, Lead Counsel in his private law practice. Solicitor to six Northampton County municipalities and several non-profit organizations
• Member, PA Conference of State Trial Judges, American Bar Association, PA Bar Association, Northampton County Bar Association and Federal Bar Association

• Served as adjunct faculty for the Master of Arts in Criminal Justice program at DeSales University and for the Sociology Dept. of Moravian College
• Vice-President, Athletics of Notre Dame of Bethlehem CYO
• Member, Lions Club of Hellertown, Sons of Italy, U.N.I.C.O.
• Lecturer, D.A.R.E. Program and Minsi Trails Council, Boy Scouts of America
• Sons of Italy Annual Achievement Award, 2004
• Bethlehem Catholic HS Distinguished Graduate Award, 2005
• Lehigh Valley Crime Victims Council Allied Professional Award, 2005

• Judge Emil Giordano and his wife, Tina, have two sons and are members of Notre Dame of Bethlehem Parish.

Pennsylvania State Troopers Association
Pennsylvanians for Effective Government (PEG-PAC)
Association of Builders and Contractors, PA Eastern District
Pennsylvania Republican State Committee
Bethlehem Star Lodge 20, Fraternal Order of Police
The Le-Hampton Lodge 35 FOP
Pennsylvania Association of Builders and Contractors Pennsylvania
Statewide Fraternal Order of Police
Allegheny County Fraternal Order of Police
Queen City Lodge Fraternal Order of Police, Allentown Pennsylvania
Medical Society City of Scranton
FOP E.B. Jermyn Lodge #2

PA Bar Association – Recommended
Firearms Owners Against Crime

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