Montgomery Bar Association Announces Recommendations from the Autonomous Judiciary Committee

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The Montgomery Bar Association has the obligation to pass upon the qualifications of candidates for Judge of the Court of Common Pleas of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, objectively.

Candidates are rated Highly Recommended, Recommended, or Not Recommended.

Daniel G. Ronca is Highly Recommended.

He possesses superior qualifications to serve with distinction as Judge of the Court of Common Pleas of Montgomery County.  He possesses an exceptional level of integrity, good moral character, industry, legal ability and experience, courtroom experience, and judicial temperament. He has earned a Highly Recommended rating from the committee.

Katherine E. McGill, A. Nicole Tate-Phillips, and Mary C. Pugh are all candidates that are Recommended.

These candidates possess the qualifications to serve as Judge of the Court of Common Pleas of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.  Each possesses the appropriate levels of integrity, good moral character, industry, legal ability and experience, courtroom experience, and judicial temperament.

Each candidate has the legal experience, the commitment to justice, the community and the practice of law, and the regard of the legal profession to be rated Recommended by the Committee.

The Montgomery Bar Association’s Autonomous Judiciary Committee is an autonomous, self-governing, committee within the Montgomery Bar Association charged with the obligation to pass upon the qualifications of every candidate for the office of Judge of the Court of Common Pleas of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, and to advise the public accordingly. 

The Committee’s members are lawyers of diverse background, ages, practices and geographic areas of Montgomery County and hundreds of years of collective legal experience, and are composed of the Association’s ten most recent Past-Presidents as well as elected rotating panels of 24 of the Association’s members-at-large. 

For more information on the Report of the Autonomous Judiciary Committee of the Montgomery Bar Association, click here.

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