WYOMISSING, Pa., January 7, 2021 / PRNewswire / – After 32 years of legal and litigation experience, James Gavin running for judge of the Court of Common Pleas of Berks County because integrity & experience are important.
“To me, integrity means doing the right thing for the right reasons,” said Gavin. “I believe a lawyer has an obligation to use their experience and training to give back to the community. I started my career in the Berks County District Attorney’s Office, and after years of private practice, it’s time to return to direct community service. “
Gavin intends to bring his vast experience as an attorney and legal advisor to the Court of Common Pleas and serve the community with honor and distinction. He possesses all the qualities necessary to serve the people of Berks County.
Gavin began his career as an assistant district attorney, prosecuting literally hundreds of cases. At the time of his departure he held the position of Chief of Trials.
During the private practice as a partner in the Wyomissing Law firm of Masano BradleyGavin’s experience grew exponentially. He is still anchored in litigation practice and handles all types of cases Pennsylvania. He also has broad appeals practice with Pennsylvania Superior Court cases, Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court, Pennsylvania Supreme Court and the United States Court of Appeals. He has also served litigation before a variety of state and federal agencies, including the Labor Relations Committees, the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission, and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
In May 2020, Gavin celebrated his thirtieth wedding anniversary with his wife Ruth. Gavin and his wife have three daughters. In autumn 2019 they welcomed their first grandchild to their family.
“A Supreme Court judge once stated that the personal safety and interests of our citizens depend on the wisdom, stability and integrity of the judges who serve in our courts,” commented Gavin. “With years of experience, I intend to bring wisdom, stability and integrity to the bank and apply the rule of law to all equally.”
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