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Jack Munley


Jack MunleyHailing from Scranton, Pennsylvania, Jack earned a Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of Scranton where he graduated magna cum laude, was a recipient of the Frank J. Sabbatino Scholarship award and a member of the National Honor Society of Historical Studies. He went on to earn his Juris Doctor degree from Western Michigan University- Thomas M. Cooley Law School where he was a member of the Irish Law Society and served as an extern to the Honorable Michael J. Barresse of the Lackawanna County Court of Common Pleas Criminal Division. Jack went on to serve as a law clerk to the Honorable Margaret Bisignani-Moyle, Judge of the Lackawanna County Court of Common Pleas where he worked managing Judge Moyle’s criminal and civil dockets. Prior to joining the firm, Jack has worked in personal injury law, commercial litigation, conflict counsel for Lackawanna County representing juveniles charged with criminal offenses, represented adults charged with criminal offenses around the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and much more.

Jack takes great pride in vigorously representing his clients no matter the size of the case. He has effectively advocated for hundreds of individuals who have found themselves in need of zealous representation. He is driven by the belief that all individuals are entitled to fair representation under the rights guaranteed by both the Pennsylvania Constitution and the United States Constitution. Jack has handled countless cases, both by trial, arbitration and mediation, with noteworthy results. He is admitted to practice law in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. He takes pride in his community service and pro bono work fighting for the rights of indigent Philadelphians in a variety of different civil matters. He is a proud member of Melita Lodge 295 and participates in various charity events throughout the year. In his spare time, Jack enjoys playing golf, reading, exercising and studying history.

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